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Old 12-09-2004, 6:14 PM
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Default NEWCASTLE POLICE Hiding!!!!!

While in the search mode, I accidently came across "Newcastle Police Department on: 152.1800 as their main dispatch.

HIDING EHH!!

WE WILL FIND YOU!!
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I can confirm that one, have you submit it to the database yet?

Thanks for the heads up
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Old 12-15-2004, 3:19 PM
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Default TRIED BUT..........

TRIED TO BUT I HAVE TO FIND THE CALL SIGN ETC.
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Old 12-15-2004, 5:38 PM
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Interesting…do you know if this the output freq. of a repeater? If so check 158.640 as the input. The freq. you gave is the “base” part of a pair of frequencies listed in one of my old reference guides as “mobile telephone-radio common carrier” (I need help on this one, is this pre-cellular, mobile phones or something else?). This group of frequencies seems to be channelized and this particular pair is listed as channel 11 .

I don’t think you will find much in the way of official documentation since this is an “unofficial” use of these frequencies (Although the FCC may have recently opened these up for public safety use, I haven‘t heard one way or the other). One of the jurisdictions here in Adair county is doing the same thing with the 152.060/158.520 pair. Here are the frequencies listed in this group, base frequencies listed first followed by mobiles .

Ch1 152.030 158.490
Ch3 152.060 158.520
Ch5 152.090 158.550
Ch7 152.120 158.580
Ch9 152.150 158.610
Ch11 152.180 158.640
Ch13 152.210 158.670

Anyone know of the missing channel numbers? I couldn’t find any reference to them.

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Old 12-16-2004, 1:13 AM
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Yeah, these are the old mobile phones that were sold/leased by the Bell companies in the Seventies and Eighties. Made for some interesting listening!

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Old 12-16-2004, 3:04 PM
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Default yes it is the output side

YES, it is the output side of the repeater. a.k.a. receive side.
Next time I am in Norman or Newcastle I will try to find the other side.

It fooled me too, because I was not expecting them this low in the band.
And I have not yet checked FCC Database, but i do not think, they have a license. But yet niether did Glenpool P.D.- When i lived in Tulsa, and before Glenpool went EDACS, they were in the same freq., range.

You also might notice that the Newcastle P.D., repeater is very good.

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Old 12-16-2004, 3:42 PM
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did i miss something?

why did you say they were "hiding"?

i seriously doubt they were trying to keep you from listening to them - they have to file with the FCC if they intend on using a radio transmitter...
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Old 12-16-2004, 4:23 PM
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Default BECAUSE..............

WELL...............

I found them on accident. They do have a license listed with FCC, BUT ARE NOT USING IT.

And I was not expecting them this low in the band. I would have thought they would be up in the police band area.

THEY WERE ATTEMPTING TO HIDE.

OOPS, FOUND YA!!!


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New Castle, NY ?????

Whenever you post, please tell us what state your message applies to.

THIS GOES FOR EVYERBODY WITH ALL MESSAGES PLEASE.

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Old 12-16-2004, 4:29 PM
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Archie, it's in the Oklahoma Forum.

i actually confused it also, with Newcastle Upon Tyne : )
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I for one actually *knew* what he was talking about.



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New Castle, NY ?????

Whenever you post, please tell us what state your message applies to.

THIS GOES FOR EVYERBODY WITH ALL MESSAGES PLEASE.

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When a message is posted in a state forum, you can figure that the town referred to is in that state. Why would somebody post a message about New Castle, NY in the Oklahoma forum? :?

By the same token, if I post a message about Stillwater in the Oklahoma forum, I wouldn't expect people to think I was talking about Stillwater, MN.

FYI: Newcastle, Oklahoma, with a population of 4,200, is about 5 miles south of Oklahoma City.

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Default FCC licenses for Newcastle, OK

Here are the FCC licenses for the City of Newcastle:

KYB654 - NEWCASTLE, CITY OF
1 Fixed Base, 15 Mobiles
155.895

WNAS723 - NEWCASTLE, CITY OF
1 Fixed Base, 20 Mobiles
154.310

WPQC998 - NEWCASTLE, CITY OF
1 Fixed Base, 12 Mobiles
153.8075
155.490
155.550
155.6175
155.670
158.7975
159.2175

For anyone who doesn't know, you can check FCC licenses by going to http://wireless.fcc.gov/uls and choosing License Search, then Advanced License Search.

Ps. What's up Layman!!!

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Old 12-18-2004, 2:53 PM
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Default HEY GILLIGAN

HEY,
NOT MUCH,

PM ME!!
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