This is a continuation of Marine Police 155.4525 Nassau Mystery
with additional observations to explain why I think 155.4525 107.2 PL is a new freq for Hempstead, Nassau county.
1. I have received very little for past 3 months after the warm weather ducting stopped. Now this could also be because a mystery repeater in Eastern PA was not picking up any ducting either on the input, except for.....
2. The RSSI in the warm months ran between 200-240. Now that the leaves are off the trees, it is running 320-330. If this were a repeater in Eastern PA, the signal strength would not likely be that variable. Ya, I know the leaves could produce signal strength variation for a repeater in Eastern PA, but I would not expect that much.
3. There has been NO other traffic on this freq since I began monitoring in June. It is not unusual for a rptr to go on line before it was utilized, but still.....
4. While I am some 120-130 miles from Hempstead, I am also at 2000'.
Ok, so I am hoping that this will catch the attention of monitors in the Nassau county Hempstead area that can confirm my findings. Bear in mind that the volume of traffic is quite light and mostly in the daytime, so it may take a couple of weeks to verify. You will need the 107.2 PL, as there is a lot of adjacent channel traffic. As was pointed out in the other thread, Orange County for Warwick/Greenwood Lake EMS 151.3925 with a 107.2 PL is using same PL, but the Hempstead traffic never sounds like EMS