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Old 02-28-2003, 12:12 AM
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GOOD EVENING EVERYONE, I WAS WODERING IF ANYONE KNEW IF THE MISSOURI STATE HIGHWAY PATROL HAS GONE TO A TRUNKED SYSTEM, OR IF THEY ARE ON SOME KIND OF NEW SYSTEM THAT A CONVENTIAL SCANNER CANNOT GET? I HAVE 3 SCANNERS AND I CANNOT GET THEM.. PLEASE HELP ME ANYWAY YOU CAN.... THANK YOU...
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Old 02-28-2003, 4:32 PM
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I dont think that MHP is on a trunked system. I went to St. Louis not to long ago and was scanning the whole time on 44, just picked up the usuals.

Now the state does have TRS that I have heard like the one down in the bootheel off of 55. But that is for a prison.

Depending on your 20 good buddy (sorry, I just couldnt resist ) I would just scan 800 and 900 Mhz for cc's and fool around with them using T4Win or Trunker.
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Old 02-28-2003, 6:55 PM
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You may try the 42 - 43 Mhz range as well. I know that the MHP Troop C is on 42.060, 42.120, 42.380, etc.

I will see what I can get for you.
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thanks drfuller, any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated. i can get the bases every now and then, but i cannot get the cars at all on their repeaters or their regular frequencies. i mainly need info for troop e, if you can find anything for me... thanks again... and may god bless you and keep you everyday...
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You might check this link:
http://www.rollanet.org/~scanning/Modps/mhp.htm

The guy that wrote this lives in the Rolla area I believe. It has most of the frequencies for the state. I have not heard anything about them going trunked. Most of their frequencies are on the 42mhz range which makes it difficult for the average antenna to pick up. You usually need a decent larger whip antenna in that frequency range for long distance coverage if you're not in the immediate transmitter's area. A CB antenna works fairly decent. There are also several repeaters in the state that the site above doesn't list. They are listed in the Police Call books at Radio Shack. Also I have found that almost all state patrol frequencies are grouped into only a few callsigns through Jefferson city. KA5824, KLS456 contain almost all the mobile frequencies in the cars.

Repeaters I know of, taken from Police Call: 456.175, 456.225, 456.275, 456.425, 456.475, 456.525, 456.575, 456.625, 456.650, 456.750

I live by the Troop D HQ so I'm somewhat useless outside this area.

Good luck finding anything.. and please post any info you might find if they go to a TRS.

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I traveled through on I 70 last July and they were on 42-43. Going to go both directions again in September.

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Here is an accurate list for MSHP frequencies for Troop E, Poplar Bluff:

North Dispatch: (transmitter in Dexter--1500w) 42.060; cars on 42.220
Repeaters are located in Knob Lick on 456.525 and Doniphan, 460.250, Bakersville 456.275, and Benton on 456.275. These repeaters are receive only--they receive on 42.220 and re-transmit that traffic on the UHF frequency to the Troop HQ in Poplar Bluff. The UHF signal is beamed via UHF Yagis, so if you're not in the path of the signal, you won't hear the repeater signal.

South Dispatch: (transmitter in Sikeston--300w)
Dispatch on 42.120 and cars on 42.320. Repeater that receives on 42.320 and re-transmit the information to poplar bluff are located in Bakersville only on 456.275

The MSHP would like to go to a Trunked statewide system, but currently lacks funds. If it does happen, they are interested in a 400 MHz trunked system. Most recently they have discussed a 700 MHz system. However, due to rough terrain, they are leaning toward 400 MHz. The MSHP has recently purchased approximately 18 AT&T cell phone towers that AT&T has sold in numerous locations in Missouri with hopes of using them as sites for a future trunked system.
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Old 06-18-2003, 9:49 AM
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kb0nhx,

What about the 400 Mhz freqs that xhusker posted .. are those valid only for repeaters?

We need to get your scanner discriminator tapped so you can help out by running Trunker on some of those unid systems that I posted. That is if your still in and around Springfield ...
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Those are also valid frequencies, but they are troop specific. The ones I listed are used by Troop E in Poplar bluff. The frequencies are used by other troops as well, so each troop has different PL tones. Also, the UHF frequencies are mobile frequncies used as fixed stations, so they have secondary status. You may also hear some business band traffic on them as more people that got kicked off 800 MHz trunking are moving to 400 MHz trunking. This is becoming more of a problem for the patrol and they are looking into using 700 MHz frequencies as they become available to replace the existing 456-465 MHz repeater frequencies. I have all the ID's for the springfield / greene county system, including Digital and encrypted ones. If you have any questions, maybe I can help you with that as well.
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At the bottom of this page you can see a table I have created with a list of all the Repeaters used by the MSHP.

http://home.sprynet.com/~mustell/frequencies.html


The other website listed at rollanet.org is complete in regards to the 42~43 MHz frequencies used by the different troops.
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The MSHP does plan to add several new 42 MHz frequencies to their current line up to help decrease radio traffic on 42.060/42.120 MHz.


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thanks guys for the info on the frequencies and everything.. just let me know when they get their new frequencies and what they are, if you don't care to .....
thanks again..........
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Missouri State Patrol plans VHF-Low band expansion
The MSHP has filed a formal request to the FCC to add additonal VHF-low band frequencies to their current system. Moreover, they have requested that many of their transmitters have their power levels upgraded to 15,000 watts ERP.


Here are the new freqs:

Troop A: 42.940, 42.860, and 42.900

Troop B: 42.820

Troop C: 42.100, 42.140

Troop D: 42.100, 42.580,

Troop E: 42.920, 42.940

Troop H: 42.400, 42.580


In addition, the MSHP have applied to change their VHF-High band frequencies over to the new narrow band frequency spacing, which is .75 KHz., rather than .150 KHz.


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Missouri State Patrol plans VHF-Low band expansion
The MSHP has filed a formal request to the FCC to add additonal VHF-low band frequencies to their current system. Moreover, they have requested that many of their transmitters have their power levels upgraded to 15,000 watts ERP.
I have the current 42 MHz lowband channels in my ex-MSHP cruiser, along with the attendant lowband GE Rangr and Antenna Specialist ballmount on the fender...I can hear them up here in WI when the band is open.

If they get the 15kw ERP approved, that'll be even better for me to listen to...
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Please help...I cant find any police codes for the howell county missouri area.If anybody has some please let me know.
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Moreover, they have requested that many of their transmitters have their power levels upgraded to 15,000 watts ERP.

I don't see the FCC going along with that.
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Its in the FCC rules. State police licensees in the 42 MHz band can be authorized up to 15 kW ERP.

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Please help...I cant find any police codes for the howell county missouri area.If anybody has some please let me know.
Public Safety Pool, Conventional License - KAI669 - HOWELL, COUNTY OF
Frequency Loc# Ant# FreqID StationClassUnits PagingRec. OutputPower MaximumERP
154.87500 1 1 1 FB2 1 110.000 240.000
154.87500 2 1 1 FB 1 40.000 45.000
154.87500 3 1 1 MO 40 110.000
155.37000 2 1 2 FB 1 40.000 45.000
155.47500 2 1 3 FB 1 40.000 45.000
155.47500 3 1 2 MO 40 110.000
155.73000 2 1 4 FB 1 40.000 45.000
155.73000 3 1 3 MO 40 110.000
159.03000 2 1 5 FX1 1 40.000 45.000
159.03000 3 1 4 MO 40 110.000

Call Sign WNFJ234
151.11500 1 1 1 FB2 1 100.000 380.000
151.11500 2 1 1 MO 25 100.000 200.000
156.24000 2 1 2 MO 25 100.000 200.000

Call Sign WPEN665 Radio Service PW - Public Safety Pool, Conventional
153.75500 2 1 1 MO 45 45.000
155.95500 1 1 1 FB2 1 80.000 175.000
155.95500 3 1 1 FB2 1 40.000 125.000
155.95500 4 1 1 FB2 1 40.000 125.000
155.95500 5 1 1 FB2 1 40.000 125.000
155.95500 6 1 1 FB2 1 40.000 125.000
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Originally Posted by kb0nhx
Here is an accurate list for MSHP frequencies for Troop E, Poplar Bluff:

The MSHP would like to go to a Trunked statewide system, but currently lacks funds. If it does happen, they are interested in a 400 MHz trunked system. Most recently they have discussed a 700 MHz system. However, due to rough terrain, they are leaning toward 400 MHz. The MSHP has recently purchased approximately 18 AT&T cell phone towers that AT&T has sold in numerous locations in Missouri with hopes of using them as sites for a future trunked system.
The biggest concern is that the funding MSHP is trying
to obtain may be slanted towards 700 MHZ, in the guise
of "interopreability", ie, not on 700, no federal funding.

Bunch of crap actually.

Pictures and locations of the new towers that MSHP has acquired
are available at

http://web.archive.org/web/200307062.../missouri.html

Where you work, you may want to pay attention to the Golden city
site. Bunker site, possible dispatch center, or EOC.

The Thayer and West Plains sites are not included.

And as an aside, MSHP uses the same PL on low band on
almost all of their sites, with only 1 or 2 exceptions.
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GOOD EVENING EVERYONE, I WAS WODERING IF ANYONE KNEW IF THE MISSOURI STATE HIGHWAY PATROL HAS GONE TO A TRUNKED SYSTEM, OR IF THEY ARE ON SOME KIND OF NEW SYSTEM THAT A CONVENTIAL SCANNER CANNOT GET? I HAVE 3 SCANNERS AND I CANNOT GET THEM.. PLEASE HELP ME ANYWAY YOU CAN.... THANK YOU...


david716 no they have not but by 2010 will be TRUNKED
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