Originally Posted by ocscan
Check 5mhz lower on 411.3125 mhz and I think you will also find them. Your getting the repeater input frequency.
OPP repeaters don't necessarily use a 5 MHz. Input / Output offset. While most fixed location (Beat and Urban) repeaters do, the Vehicle Repeaters do not. If you go to Ontario Provincial Police Scanner Frequencies and Radio Frequency Reference
and change "Show Inputs" from "Hidden" to "Shown" and then scroll down to "OPP Vehicular & BEAT repeaters", you will see:
410.86250 416.31250 RM 123.0 PL OPP VR01 VR01 - Vehicular Repeater FM Law Dispatch
411.31250 416.51250 RM 107.2 PL OPP VR02 VR02 - Vehicular Repeater FM Law Dispatch
411.51250 415.86250 RM 136.5 PL OPP VR03 VR03 - Vehicular Repeater FM Law Dispatch
So while there are three mobile repeater input frequencies, and three output frequencies that are 5 MHz. lower, the outputs are "scrambled" and not in this case 5 MHz below their corresponding inputs. Whether this was an error, an interference reduction measure, or obfuscation to make them less predictable and thus more difficult to find (or a combination of these) is unknown.
All this to say, if you're hearing radio traffic on 416.3125 MHz., this is the input to OPP VR01, so you should check 410.86250 MHz. for the output rather than 411.3125 MHz.