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Anderson County Low-band ??

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ka5lqj

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Hi,

In going through the F.C.C. Database, I noticed that Anderson County has a low-band,
(46.12 mhz) B/m frequency in Bethel, TX that shows an "active" output of 100 watts.
This is a fire department frequency, but shows as a County agency, not a fire dept.

Right now, with the recent lightning, thunder, and copious amounts of rain, I have my
low-band antenna down to about 15' off the ground. Can anyone verify the fact they
still USE this frequency and what purpose it serves?

Thanks in advance,

Respectfully,
73,

Don/KA5-LQJ
 
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