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Old 10-12-2014, 12:29 AM
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GSP 28 is no longer in Canton, they are in a relatively new facility in Jasper one county up and identify base as 'Jasper', however that frequency pair should be good for Pickens and Cherokee though
Thanks. I was just going by what's on their license:

"ATTN GTA DPS CANTON POST #28"

It's also showing the transmitter location at:

1.5 MI S OF HWY 140 10 MI NE
CANTON, GA CHEROKEE County

Is that still accurate with the post being in Jasper?
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Thanks. I was just going by what's on their license:

"ATTN GTA DPS CANTON POST #28"

It's also showing the transmitter location at:

1.5 MI S OF HWY 140 10 MI NE
CANTON, GA CHEROKEE County

Is that still accurate with the post being in Jasper?
The new post in Jasper doesn't have a freestanding antenna...I believe the old transmitter is still near the old post (which may just be a drivers license station now) next to the Georgia Power building
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The Database for Georgia State Patrol shows both the Cartersville and Cedartown posts with 154.6875. Is this right? The FCC license for KIB603 is Cedartown, 154.6875. Did I miss something for Cartersville Post?
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FYI... heard P25 traffic, this morning, on 158.895mhz/NAC 370. I have this frequency listed as "GSP Interop 1" in my radios. Not sure if this is a GSP repeater but it sounded really strong on my handheld with a rubber duck antenna. Didn't get much traffic on it except for a mention of "probate court". GSP Grovetown still dispatching on 154.905mhz this morning that's why I'm not sure if it's GSP or not.
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Hearing lots of GSP traffic on 155.4675mhz/NAC 125. Definitely a repeater as I'm hearing mobiles and dispatch. The trooper made reference as to number of citations issued and "McDuffie".
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158.895mhz/NAC 370- input to the Grovetown repeater 155.5875 output/ NAC 370, Sometimes their on digital, sometimes on the stateband

155.4675mhz/NAC 125- Output for Elberton repeater.


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Old 10-22-2014, 11:13 PM
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Have an update for ya'll. Post 37 is using the state bands until their new digital goes on line. Talked to a GSP Trooper at the hospital tonight, and he was telling me about the problems they've been having on the old VHF frequencies. They do have 800MHz radios in the cars to talk to who ever.
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GSP Post 23 in Brunswick has filed for 155.1975 (R)/153.905 (Input) P25.

ULS Application - Public Safety Pool, Conventional - 0006514506 - GEORGIA, STATE OF - Frequency Summary
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Old 10-31-2014, 6:40 PM
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Default New input frequency for Post 19 Swainsboro

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GSP Post 19 in Swainsboro has a pending application to add a P25 repeater to KIB610:

ULS Application - Public Safety Pool, Conventional - 0006246774 - GEORGIA, STATE OF - Frequency Summary

159.420 (151.0625 input)
Post 19 Swainsboro is getting a new input frequency of 151.2275 due to interference they are receiving.

ULS Application - Public Safety Pool, Conventional - 0006525799 - Georgia, State of - Frequency Summary
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Regarding Post 28 (Jasper, formally Canton). The only transmitter that they had at the old post next to the GA Power building was an old low band (42.02 MHz) which was decommissioned years ago. The VHF transmitters are located atop Pine Log Mountain (outside of Waleska, GA).

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GSP Post 20 in Dublin has a pending application to add 2 P25 repeaters to KIB609:

ULS Application - Public Safety Pool, Conventional - 0006248487 - GEORGIA, STATE OF - Frequency Summary

155.4675 Dublin (159.0375 input)
155.5575 Macon (154.8675 input)


GSP Post 16 in Helena has a pending application for a new license with a P25 repeater:

ULS Application - Public Safety Pool, Conventional - 0006248763 - GEORGIA, STATE OF - Frequency Summary

154.8825 (151.070 input)
Heard Dublin tonight on 155.4675 with a NAC of 365
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Have started hearing Post 18 Reidsville on 155.4525 NAC 875 and Post 16 Helena on 154.8825 NAC 880.
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Test...I can obviously see this thread on tapatalk, but I don't seem to be able to find it on the main site...any words of wisdom?
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Test...I can obviously see this thread on tapatalk, but I don't seem to be able to find it on the main site...any words of wisdom?
Well, now that you posted, you should be able to see it! If you can't, scroll down to the bottom of the forum and go to box that allows you to go back to earlier posts. Click on two months ago and scroll down again.
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Default Post 22 - Waycross P25

GSP Post 22 in Waycross has a pending application to add 2 P25 repeaters to KIB595:

ULS Application - Public Safety Pool, Conventional - 0006669656 - GEORGIA, STATE OF - Frequency Summary

151.1675 Waycross (Ware County) (155.1675 input)
151.3100 Saint George (Charlton County) (153.8975 input)
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Has anyone been hearing talk on 151.0700, NAC 212? It is listed as GSP P25 statewide and is super loud and clear from Valdosta all the way to Stockton...yet I am not sure it is even GSP.
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Just curious, but has anyone had the opportunity to check out what type mobile radio GSP has in their vehicles? I know they are probably carrying and APX6000, just want to know if they are using the APX1500 or 4500?
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Correct, Stockton
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Just curious, but has anyone had the opportunity to check out what type mobile radio GSP has in their vehicles? I know they are probably carrying and APX6000, just want to know if they are using the APX1500 or 4500?
The few I've seen had XTL2500 VHF mobiles with remote heads. Troopers were carrying mostly XTS2500 700/800 portables.
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