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Old 06-05-2009, 1:30 PM
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Anyone familair with Dallas PD radio system?

I'm trying to monitor Dallas PD input frequencies so I know when the cars are in my area. Anyone know what their input frequency PL tone is? I know the repeater outputs 173.8, but that don't work on the input side.

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Old 06-05-2009, 2:34 PM
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Anyone familair with Dallas PD radio system?

I'm trying to monitor Dallas PD input frequencies so I know when the cars are in my area. Anyone know what their input frequency PL tone is? I know the repeater outputs 173.8, but that don't work on the input side.

Thanks, in advance.
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Don't know about the other divisions, but getting 192.0 pl on Ch 4/SW Patrol division input.
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Don't know about the other divisions, but getting 192.0 pl on Ch 4/SW Patrol division input.
I have seen the 192.8 as well on the other divisions input frequencies as well.

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I have seen the 192.8 as well on the other divisions input frequencies as well.

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Probably pretty standard, as the units get swapped around, and they answer calls in each others' divisions in peak demand times.
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I monitor the inputs at work in McKinney in case Air 1 is up and there is something major going on. I've been using 173.8.

This explains why I've never heard anything!
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173.8 is used on all 12 repeater outputs. 192.8 is used on all 12 inputs to the repeaters.
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Thanks for the info!

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Old 06-09-2009, 11:13 PM
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Yep, DPD is a true two tone system.
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