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Old 05-26-2004, 1:10 PM
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Default Grand Forks AFB Frequencies

Does anyone have the frequencies for Grand Forks AFB? I've tried quite a few but always come up empty handed.
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Default gf, afb

its a federal trunked system, which is no doubt either apco 25 or encrypted.
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Try searching the frequency range 406-420 mhz and listen for control channels.

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Most military installations are indeed APCO 25 digital though ony a few select tg's would be encrypted,.. most military comms are not encrypted.
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its a federal trunked system, which is no doubt either apco 25 or encrypted.
Jason,

When I was down in Grand Forks a few months ago I scanned the said range 406 to 420 and got some hits on these frequencies out by the base.
406.35000
406.55000
407.15000
407.35000
407.95000
408.75000
408.95000
409.55000
409.75000
409.95000
I only had the BC 245xlt with me at that time with no manual. I could not remember how to set up for uhf trunking off the top of my head with it.

Maybe you could do a search range in that area and jot down the ones that you get control channel and digital noise off of. If someone had the Pro 96 down there they would be able to figure it out pretty fast with the control channels programmed in

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i have searched the range before, and found the control channle(s). and even have had talk groups appear, but don't hear anything, though i have no idea how to figure out the base, and offset and everything, don't know why it just can't be like programing vhf?lol i havn't tried it lately with my pro-92. but my pro 93 was nice cause i only have to input the control channel for the system, my 92 which i use more cause of the better vhf reception and pl's/dpls, i have to input all trunked freqs when i'm trunking, which takes up more space. i can't wait till i got enough saved up for a 96.
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