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Old 08-20-2013, 9:52 PM
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I believe there is a possibility that at least bald Mesa or Abajo might be active on ucan. There has been much talk concerning these two mountaintops the last couple of weeks, so it might be wise to monitor this system for system ID and other info. The frequencies are:

Bald Mesa (Moab) Grand County Utah (possibly on Zone 2 system ID 643h)
851.400
851.750
852.375
852.8625
853.4625
853.7875

Abajo (Blanding, Monticello, Mexican Hat) San Juan County Utah (possibly zone 2 643h system ID) may Cover Colorado
851.5875
852.300
852.9125
853.225
853.575
853.825

I am too far away to monitor these so any help would be appreciated....
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Sounds like Bald Mesa is up, anyone able to hear Bald Mesa and can give info let me know, this is for the UCAN system in Grand County Utah, also news on Abajo it is being moved to a new building with the Colorado DTRS equipment and should be up soon, hopefully before the snow flies... From what I hear I guess someone wasted no expense on the building except it leaks at one of the seams in the roof of the building where it comes together....

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Default Abajo on the air 853.225

Looks like Abajo is on the air
Control Channel 853.225
643E S25
CT 138.46

I'm running a Pro197, and am not setup to log the Type II system, so that's probably all I can report on for now.

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Old 11-17-2013, 9:14 PM
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Default Ucan system on Bald Mesa And Abajo possibly up, Attention for Colorado and Ut...

I appreciate you getting back to me on this. I miss your feed for south east Utah. But thanks for the info. We can get it submitted.
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