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116 is the Jefferson City 700 MHz site
120 is the Jefferson City VHF site
121 is De Witt
321 is Mansfield/Macomb
From this, I gather there is no Grimes site then?
I never noticed the fact that the database shows two site 1-016 sites.

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From this, I gather there is no Grimes site then?
Grimes/Dewitt are the same.

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Is anyone else in Range of the Aullville, MO Site? 170.600 I have lost signal and I've tried 3 different rigs and can't hear it. Could it be down?
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Quite a bit of moswin traffic today in region H, did anyone copy any of it?
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Quite a bit of moswin traffic today in region H, did anyone copy any of it?
oh ya......23540 is what I was picking up...
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Ok guys heard some tech like traffic this morning on Pipertown site TG 20266 Noticed it wasn't in the DB so I will be updating!
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What were they talking about?
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something about locking the cage up at another site then coming to the other guys' location
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Is anyone else in Range of the Aullville, MO Site? 170.600 I have lost signal and I've tried 3 different rigs and can't hear it. Could it be down?
The site is up.

I barely receive that site from my location, but good enough to verify it's Aullville.
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ok yeah I got it back now as well. Maybe it was something to do with the snow.
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I think we can confirm Troop F Dispatch TG20155 I keep hearing 461 talking back a forth between Jeff. I know its a patrol unit because I hear that car on Low Band.
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I wonder if they are testing it?? Not sure why they would use it? It's not simulcasted is it?
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I would think its a test simulcast because I'm still hearing Troop F on low band.
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Huh, wonder if they'll do that here in Troop's A and H??
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They've done it on Troop A before but I'm beginning to think this is permanent. I'm still hearing multiple conversations from Park Rangers to Troopers talking to Jeff City. It's 10PM CDT where I'm at.
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I tried listening in earlier, but nothing on the Lawson Site, no Troop A or H. Maybe starting in F and moving out from there... Are they talking about what they would be if they were on low band? I heard troopers talking car to car on low band, but nothing on MOSWIN.
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Yeah they're talking just like they would on low band. Those guys wouldn't know the difference nor care. They key the mic and it works! That's all a lot of them want to know about the radios!
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That's true, it seems like places simulcast both til they know it's going to work, then they turn off analog. Guess they're still simulcasting? I wonder if they are doing it one day at a time for now...
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I'd say they still are. Pro96Com picked 214 hits on the TG while I was at work and I'm still hearing them! Troop A also looks like they had about 50 hits today on TG 20005.
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Huh, what site is it? I wonder if they're just working out slowly to get it to work out...Nothing simulcasted for Troop H, heard Troop Dispatch then nothing on Winston or Lawson to follow. I've noticed there's about half a second delay in P25 over analog.
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