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Old 01-20-2014, 11:53 PM
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Over the past few months I have noticed that I am no longer hearing UO Police on their 2 conventional freqs 460.450 and 460.375 on my trips through Eugene. I even have them in my radio as CSQ and I was in Eugene for several hours yesterday and not even a single transmission. It seems kind of odd since the U of O is a very large college and that OSP/OSU Security in Corvallis is very busy all day long.

I see that they have a new license and I did hear an analog morse code ID on one of the 2 freqs but no voice.
WPXV484 (OREGON, STATE OF) FCC Callsign Details
453.6500 - NFM, NXDN 12.5 kHz, and NXDN 6.25 kHz
453.6750 - NFM, NXDN 12.5 kHz, and NXDN 6.25 kHz

I've gone ahead and programmed in the UO LTR trunked system for my trip through Eugene tomorrow so maybe I'll hear something.

Anyone know if UOPD has changed their freqs?

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Old 01-21-2014, 12:52 AM
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Unfortunately, UO PD is using the Lane County Trunked system and they are fully encrypted, as are Lane County Sheriff, Eugene PD and Springfield PD.
System info here:

Eugene-Lane County Shared Public Safety LMR Trunking System, Eugene, Oregon - Scanner Frequencies

UO PD talkgroups are 20151, 20153 and 20155.....not that it will do anybody any good.

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Old 01-21-2014, 12:53 AM
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The system you posted is Nexedge ( NXDN ) which can not be monitored on any current scanner.
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Thank you. I've seen those encrypted TGs show up before.

For anyone that's interested I logged these TGs today on the U of O LTR:
0-04-013
0-03-040 Parking Enforcement?
0-01-253
0-03-020
0-04-022
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I haven't listened to them in a while but here's what I had for them:

0-03-248 Student Activity Center Front Desk
0-03-013 Softball Field Ops
0-04-115 Sports Video Dept
0-04-113 UO Bldg Ops
0-03-071 Telecom Services
0-04-011 UO Maint 1
0-04-012 UO Maint 2
0-04-013 UO Maint 3
0-03-036 UO Safe Ride
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Thanks. I was surprised how busy the system was on my trip through Eugene yesterday. I've never listened to it before but I think I will from now on since its so quiet now due to encryption by the major LE agencies.
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I was in Eugene on Friday and I heard a conversation on 460.450 156.7 PL which is the old UOPD primary frequency. So apparently they are still up and running, just not used much.
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