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Old 02-26-2013, 7:17 PM
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Default I found Mass National Guard!!!!

While I was running search from lowband to the high end of the VHF spectrum. I found them on 49.93 and also. 142.5625. It sounds like these are patched together??? Is anyone familiar with these 2 frequencies?
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Old 02-26-2013, 7:55 PM
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This info is posted in theScan New England site
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Really???? Would you happen to have the link? I stumbled upon these 2 around 2-230 this afternoon. They were just talking about random stuff
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Go the MA statewide page on the SNE wiki and click on Mass Military. It's so simple a caveman can do it.
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26 Feb 2013 - Monday - approx 1025 AM - 49.69 R PL 110.9 was keying up - nothing was heard on 139.30, 49.99, 49.91, 49.79, 49.61, 51.15, and 52.00

27 Feb 2013 - Tuesday - approx 215 PM - Milford was testing with Hanscom - 49.69

Apparently they have repeaters on various 49 Mhz freqs around the state interconnected via the 142 Mhz repeater on Mt Wachusetts somehow. There might be just 1 input to the 49 Mhz repeaters - are maybe there are multiple inputs. I suppose the inputs to the 49 Mhz repeaters could be at 139 Mhz or they could be on low band (30 to 50 Mhz).

Most traffic seems to be base station to base station.
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The Lawyers from GEICO will be in-touch with you relative to your comments

It might not be that simple Gary, first you need Coal and Iron, to generate the power, then a Power Grid to distribute that Power, and a computer connected to ARPA.net with the proper security protocols and back-ground check to get a User ID and Password on the system with a Biometric scanner.

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I was just excited that I found something while searching through the bands!!! But guess these new freq's were old news. I rarely use the search button.
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A hopefully useful hint - when I find something "new" I run a search on it in Google. That usually tells me whether someone else has discovered and/or identified my find.
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March 8 2013 Friday during snowstorm - 7 AM - MEMA dispatcher and MEMA admin units heard on both 153.965, and on 142.5625 PL 167.9 - it appears that the National Guard net was patched to the MEMA VHF High Net - I didnt happen to catch any 49 Mhz traffic at the same time
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