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Old 11-30-2013, 10:48 AM
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Default OHP adding new low band base stations

OHP applications to add low band base stations to these sites:
ULS Application - Public Safety Pool, Conventional - 0006035393 - OKLAHOMA, STATE OF
ULS Application - Public Safety Pool, Conventional - 0006020202 - OKLAHOMA, STATE OF
ULS Application - Public Safety Pool, Conventional - 0006020200 - OKLAHOMA, STATE OF
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Very interesting, I figured low band stuff would have gone away a long time ago.
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Default OHP adding new low band base stations

155.445 is a statewide mobile relay and 45.220 is a low band car to car that is used extensively by OHP. All the other freqs aree the same deal. Apparently they're just adding some more sites.

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Very interesting, I figured low band stuff would have gone away a long time ago.

welcome to the rural part of the state.
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These appear to be changes to existing sites, one listed is for the Turley site in north Tulsa county. In the deep dark past this served as a mobile relay for Troop B, now it appears it's changing to a relay for Troop K southern Osage county. Long live low-band!
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These appear to be changes to existing sites, one listed is for the Turley site in north Tulsa county. In the deep dark past this served as a mobile relay for Troop B, now it appears it's changing to a relay for Troop K southern Osage county. Long live low-band!
It also looks like they have finally narrow banded the VHF high band portions of all three sites and have gotten the licenses updated to reflect that.
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It also looks like they have finally narrow banded the VHF high band portions of all three sites and have gotten the licenses updated to reflect that.
I was being nice and not mention that!
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I hardly ever hear anything on OHP low band, even while driving on the highways.


I do miss the good old days of Troop B'S 155.310 KKT558
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welcome to the rural part of the state.
I am just saying interesting that they are "adding" something. OHP has been on "800" now for how long? The mid nineties I think?

No doubt long live low band, I hear car to car here at my office on a daily basis and listen to troop K out of Perry.
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I hardly ever hear anything on OHP low band, even while driving on the highways.


I do miss the good old days of Troop B'S 155.310 KKT558
Or driving at night in NE OK and hear that baritone voice enunciate KKY 3 4 5, would send chills down your back.
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Does anyone hear a lot of conversation on Troop B's Low Band.......
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Or driving at night in NE OK and hear that baritone voice enunciate KKY 3 4 5, would send chills down your back.

I swear, there are two OHP dispatchers, that I think, have been there since the beginning of time
and may..... actually bunk.... at the HQ

I am speaking specifically of the lady dispatcher out of Troop L... and the gentleman
from Troop B.
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