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Old 09-17-2018, 11:24 AM
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Attached is my database of all the frequencies by location. If you have any changes, just let me know.
Your Post #73 shows frequency 453.8500 for Northeast, Corry, Ediboro, Albion, and Elk Creek while you Zip file shows 453.9500 for these locations.
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Old 09-17-2018, 2:41 PM
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That info was from another member. Not sure what his resource was. I just checked the license filings I have, and 453.95 is correct.
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Old 09-17-2018, 3:39 PM
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That was me. The info originated from an application filed for the Erie County P25 system in 2016.

In early 2017, Canada objected to the use of 453.85 due to a system operating on the same frequency in Nanticoke, Ontario.
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Thanks for the clarification. I was born and raised in Erie a long time ago and still have relatives there. My dad was an Erie fireman for 32 years. Back in the early 1950's I used to listed to Erie fire on a one crystal mounted on a piece of wood with an ear plug. Times are a changing.
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Thanks for the clarification. I was born and raised in Erie a long time ago and still have relatives there. My dad was an Erie fireman for 32 years. Back in the early 1950's I used to listed to Erie fire on a one crystal mounted on a piece of wood with an ear plug. Times are a changing.
I can relate. Born in Erie in 1950. Been listening since about 1960 on just about every radio and scanner you can imagine. Things are getting a lot more complicated to figure out now, but if you stick to it eventually all is well.
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Old 09-21-2018, 7:57 AM
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Here's an updated list of my frequencies by location database.
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File Type: zip Erie County P25 System (9-21-18).zip (8.6 KB, 29 views)
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Here's the latest update from the consultant overseeing the building of the new system:
"All but two towers are built (the last two are in progress).
Installation of equipment is in progress at the sites already completed or sites that were already ready.
We should be scheduling a public meeting in the near future."

Sounds like a ways to go before any testing.
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There was a public meeting last night, but I'm not sure anyone from the public was there. I sure didn't know about it, so didn't attend. I've been busy and may have missed the notice, but I've been trying to keep an eye out for it. In any case, I hope to get at least a summary of the meeting from those involved.
From what was on the news, they said testing would take about 30 days, with training in December. The new completion date is now March of next year.
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There was a public meeting last night, but I'm not sure anyone from the public was there. I sure didn't know about it, so didn't attend. I've been busy and may have missed the notice, but I've been trying to keep an eye out for it. In any case, I hope to get at least a summary of the meeting from those involved.
From what was on the news, they said testing would take about 30 days, with training in December. The new completion date is now March of next year.
The head consultant was nice enough to send me a copy of their presentation from the meeting. It's 46 pages and contains a wealth of info regarding channels, tower construction, implementation status, etc.If anyone wants a copy, let me know.
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Here's a link to the presentation from the main page of the Erie County Department of Public Safety web site (link is also at the top of their home page): https://www.eriecountypa.gov/media/6...2018_final.pdf
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