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Heard encrypted traffic while searching federal 406-416 band in Raleigh NC on 410.800 with a NAC of 201 and TG of 4095.

Looks like it may be Federal Protective Service, but I'd never heard it before. Our Federal Courthouse security is on 170mhz. Anyone have other ideas who it might be?
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Heard encrypted traffic while searching federal 406-416 band in Raleigh NC on 410.800 with a NAC of 201 and TG of 4095.

Looks like it may be Federal Protective Service, but I'd never heard it before. Our Federal Courthouse security is on 170mhz. Anyone have other ideas who it might be?
I will plug it into my APX 8000XE and the SDS100 and see if I can help narrow down who it might be.

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It's FPS. You'll hear 50/50 encrypted traffic on field units & dispatch side alike. They have most but not all of their repeaters patched. Charlotte, NC; Charleston, SC; Nashville, TN; Lexington, KY; Columbia, SC are a few I can remember hearing off the top of my head during the day. Like most fed stuff, don't expect it to be exciting listening but at least it's one more thing to add in the scan list for when it does get interesting.
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Thanks for both comments KE4ZNR and Trumpetman
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