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Old 08-24-2010, 12:10 AM
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Question federal stuff in Port Lavaca

this is a list of fed freqs that i have been logging for the last couple days that use p25 in or around Port Lavaca area. Some of them i have figured out others i have no idea. (maybe someone can id them)

165.7875 Nac 1 (?) heard female voice one time (1 HIT)
167.2375 Nac 167 FBI heard ton of traffic both ENC and Clear (340 HITS)
169.6250 Nac 200 (?) ( 41 HITS)
165.3125 NAC 293 CBP (enc/clear) (6 HITS)
164.9000 NAC 293 (?) (12 HITS)
163.1375 NAC 293 (?) (27 HITS)
170.7500 NAC 293 (?) (1 HIT)
163.6250 NAC 300 (?) enc/CLR (22 HITS)
169.7375 NAC 306 (?) (2 HITS)
168.0375 NAC 308 (?) (7 HITS)
166.9875 NAC 310 (?) (23 HITS)
168.3875 NAC 312 (?) (38 HITS)
164.8000 NAC 4FE (?) (19 HITS)
164.2250 NAC 500 (?) ENC (96 HITS)
168.8250 NAC 52 (?) (4 HITS)
165.2750 NAC BF0 (?) (10 HITS)
170.6000 NAC FFF (?) (12 HITS)
172.9500 NAC 293 (?) (35 HITS)
409.8125 NAC 156 (DEA/? BASED BY TRAFFIC THAT WAS HEARD) ENC/CLEAR (85 HITS)
409.9500 NAC 156 SAME AS ABOVE
409.91250 NAC 2C0 (?) 25 HITS
Also picked up freq must of cleared the long but it was 165.xxxx with NAC 650 BATFE based by the NAC.


Can any one id any of these? And looking at the Fed NAC Wiki some of the NACs that i have is not on there. Will post more as i find them.
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Old 08-24-2010, 8:18 AM
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165.7875 $001 - Secret Service [USSS] Baker Channel
167.2375 $167 - FBI
169.6250 $200 - more listening needed to ID
165.3125 $293 - USCG NET-121[listen and see what Station/Sector]
164.9000 $293 - USCG NET-118[listen and see what Station/Sector]
163.1375 $293 - USCG NET-113[listen and see what Station/Sector]
170.7500 #293 - US Marshal - Court Security [Houston]
163.6250 $300 - ICE
169.7375 $306 - more listening needed
168.0375 $308 - more listening needed
166.9875 $310 - more listening needed
168.3875 $312 - more listening needed
164.8000 $4FE - more listening needed, likely USFS or NPS
164.2250 $500 - more listening needed
168.8250 $052 - ICE from Houston area
165.2750 $BF0 - more listening needed
170.6000 $FFF - more listening needed, but maybe USAF?
172.9500 $293 - FAA
165.2875 $650 - BATFE based by the NAC.

Take a little more listen to some of these. Especially the $156, might you have a Federal Prison near-by vs them being DEA, as they are not normal DEA, unless they are new assignments.

As for the CG, see what Sector/Stations, could be some of the stuff is likely from closer into Houston.


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this is a list of fed freqs that i have been logging for the last couple days that use p25 in or around Port Lavaca area. Some of them i have figured out others i have no idea. (maybe someone can id them)

165.7875 Nac 1 (?) heard female voice one time (1 HIT)
167.2375 Nac 167 FBI heard ton of traffic both ENC and Clear (340 HITS)
169.6250 Nac 200 (?) ( 41 HITS)
165.3125 NAC 293 CBP (enc/clear) (6 HITS)
164.9000 NAC 293 (?) (12 HITS)
163.1375 NAC 293 (?) (27 HITS)
170.7500 NAC 293 (?) (1 HIT)
163.6250 NAC 300 (?) enc/CLR (22 HITS)
169.7375 NAC 306 (?) (2 HITS)
168.0375 NAC 308 (?) (7 HITS)
166.9875 NAC 310 (?) (23 HITS)
168.3875 NAC 312 (?) (38 HITS)
164.8000 NAC 4FE (?) (19 HITS)
164.2250 NAC 500 (?) ENC (96 HITS)
168.8250 NAC 52 (?) (4 HITS)
165.2750 NAC BF0 (?) (10 HITS)
170.6000 NAC FFF (?) (12 HITS)
172.9500 NAC 293 (?) (35 HITS)
409.8125 NAC 156 (DEA/? BASED BY TRAFFIC THAT WAS HEARD) ENC/CLEAR (85 HITS)
409.9500 NAC 156 SAME AS ABOVE
409.91250 NAC 2C0 (?) 25 HITS
Also picked up freq must of cleared the long but it was 165.xxxx with NAC 650 BATFE based by the NAC.


Can any one id any of these? And looking at the Fed NAC Wiki some of the NACs that i have is not on there. Will post more as i find them.
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Old 08-24-2010, 11:22 AM
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I would say it's probably D031 which someone suggested might even be linked via UHF on 416.4875 from the Brownsville Area

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David I was programming your frequencies to my Pro-106. But one frequency 163.675 MHz DCS 034 the DCS tone cannot be found in the DCS tone list of the radio nor on ARC500 software. Thanks to everyone posting your frequencies list.
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169.6250 Nac 200 is NPS - Rangers (Padre Isle Nat'l Seashore)
164.8000 Nac 4FE is NPS - Turtle patrol (Padre Isle Nat'l Seashore)
164.2250 Nac 500 is DOE (Freeport)
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There are several FBI repeaters on, 167.4875, 167.6125, 167.6625 that are weak here and I can't tell where they are located because they are usually linked together. I have heard them mention repeaters in Granbury, Glen Rose, Stephenville, Comanche and Graham one time when the techs were driving around servicing them but I don't know which frequency is in which town. There is a relatively strong one on 167.5875 that is either in Weatherford or Jacksboro.
They were doing radio testing today.
167.5875 IDed as "Weatherford Fort Worth" so I guess it is the Weatherford repeater.
167.4125, 167.4875, 167.5875, 167.6125 were active later on with simultaneous key ups and occasional DES.
Also heard them mention checking out repeaters in Gainesville and Lewisville.
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Eagle Pass, TX -- 2010/08/20

Heavy radio traffic but almost all encrypted.

163.6250 P25 ENC Border Patrol - Close Call hits downtown
163.7750 P25 ENC Border Patrol - Close Call hits downtown
164.0125 P25 ENC Border Patrol
164.2750 P25 ENC Border Patrol
165.8500 P25 ENC Border Patrol - Close Call hits on Hwy 57
167.5375 P25 ENC Border Patrol
168.8500 P25 ENC Border Patrol
169.5000 P25 ENC Border Patrol
169.7375 P25 ENC Border Patrol - Close Call hits on Hwy 57
170.6250 P25 ENC Border Patrol
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San Antonio TX - August 2010

Some local - some received during the tropo opening earlier this month. Locations heard when units were stopping vehicles.

163.6250 Border Patrol Repeater Tropo - Hwy 281 south
163.6500 D026 Border Patrol Repeater Tropo - Alton
163.6500 Border Patrol Repeater Tropo - Kingsville
163.6750 DES Tropo
163.7250 123.0 Border Patrol Repeater Aircraft
163.7750 151.4 Border Patrol Repeater
165.2375 100.0 Customs Repeater
165.4375 DES Tropo
165.7625 Data
165.9500 Tropo
166.9750 DES Tropo
166.9875 P25 ENC Tropo
167.6625 123.0 Border Patrol Repeater Tropo - Laredo
168.0375 P25 ENC Tropo
168.8250 D023 DES Tropo
169.4500 100.0 Customs Repeater Aircraft / Clear & DES
170.7250 100.0 Customs Repeater Tropo
171.9250 DES Tropo
173.6500 Border Patrol Repeater
173.9250 Tropo DES
173.9875 Tropo - Repeater DES
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Old 08-29-2010, 1:36 PM
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In Waco, I've not found any Federal action. While in Dallas, I heard DEA ground units talking to air support in clear mode, but that is all. Furthermore, I am finally able to monitor Ft. Hood P25. Loud and clear when I travel to Killeen.
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PS: The DEA, which was operating in Dallas was transmitting in analog mode.
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PS: The DEA, which was operating in Dallas was transmitting in analog mode.
Yes, Dallas DEA has not migrated to P25, contrary to popular belief. Even DEA Dallas Tactical is still in the clear analog.
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From what I've read, having inside information from the City of Waco, DEA submitted a request to the FCC for transmitting on system. However, I don't know if it was for the new TxWarn or old analog trunking. But, I will find the letter if I can. I think they are hidden within the trunking system working in encrypted mode. But, that is only a guess.
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I think they are hidden within the trunking system working in encrypted mode.
I know that San Antonio DEA operates on the SA ProVoice system (on both encrypted and PV digital talkgroups) as well as their UHF P25 conventional, so it's not too far fetched to think they could be doing the same in Waco.
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From what I've read, having inside information from the City of Waco, DEA submitted a request to the FCC for transmitting on system. However, I don't know if it was for the new TxWarn or old analog trunking. But, I will find the letter if I can. I think they are hidden within the trunking system working in encrypted mode. But, that is only a guess.
I'd bet your correctumundo .... However you might keep an ear open on VA Temple as well.
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I think they are hidden within the trunking system working in encrypted mode
It's hard to hide from me in a trunking system if they ever turn they're radio on. A program like UniTrunker can work wonders in elucidating the details and usage of a system even down to each individual radio. A little pattern analysis can go a long ways with this program.
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I've attempted to run Wildcard on the unidentified Federal Trunking in Waco, but the Win500 states that the configuration is wrong when I attempt to program and monitor it. Where do you get UniTrunker?
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Ensnared,

Google Unitrunker to find unitrunker. It's also in our wiki, and at unitrunker.com

For the Federal TRS in Waco, I'd bet that was a mobile system to support the WHCA or USSS when Bush was in Crawford. I've had that system programmed in for 2-3 years and have never heard a peep on it when I'm in Waco. Try to program them up as conventional channels and manually pause on them to see if you ever hear a control channel sound or anything for that matter.
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Ok, I will try to program these as you indicated. I don't know if Bush still frequents his so-called ranch in Crawford. When my wife used to work for Waco city hall, she would notice the Secret Service vans in the parking lot near the Hilton. But, I've not heard any federal activity here, really.
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I believe Bush sold the ranch in 2009. For that matter nothing he does would require the support of a mobile TRS such as the ones the WHCA and USSS have.

I think we can chalk this system up as "as good as gone."
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