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Old 01-23-2013, 6:13 AM
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Default Raleigh, PNC Arena (formerly RBC Ceter) Trunked/Encrypted?

I went to the PNC Arena (formerly RBC Ceter) the other night and it seems their radio system is either trunked or encrypted now. Anyone know or know how to find out? Other than asking them directly, of course.

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451.91250 Security
463.28750 Business
456.81250 Food Service
461.46250 Game Operations
461.61250 Media Relations
461.78750 Medical Staff
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Old 01-23-2013, 6:49 AM
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Check this page, and see if you can identify the sound:

W2SJW - Radio Sounds

Since they used to operate on UHF, I would think that they are on Nexedge now.
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A lot of facilities like these are now using MotoTRBO or NexEdge...
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Their Emission Designator (11K2F3E) Suggests that they are still using analog voice (2.5 kHz deviation FM "narrowband 12.5 kHz" analog voice (FMN mode in RRDB - may also be 11K0 and 11K3 bandwidth). But I will reach out to some folks and see what I can find out. Considering it has been over a decade since I first compiled the above accurate list of frequencies it would not surprise me if the Canes communications have been upgraded.
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