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Cherokee Co icall / itac channels?

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hi yall,

If this is in the wrong spot let me know please...

Anyway on the RR database, in the state of Georgia, cherokee county has some 800mhz icall, itac channels.

I was listening from north fulton county / johns creek area and there seemed to be a lot of interference while listening.

Do they use PL, DPL, or CSQ and what are these channels used for?

And also, why was i not able to hear any clear voice transmissions?

thanks,
Alex
 
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hi yall,If this is in the wrong spot let me know please...Anyway on the RR database, in the state of Georgia, cherokee county has some 800mhz icall, itac channels.I was listening from north fulton county / johns creek area and there seemed to be a lot of interference while listening.Do they use PL, DPL, or CSQ and what are these channels used for?And also, why was i not able to hear any clear voice transmissions thanks, Alex
This would be better asked in the Georgia forum. Certainly not in the Database discussion forum:)
Larry
 

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Before it get's moved or locked, Cherokee does NOT have any 800 MHz frequencies in use with the exception of a repeater single channel for the school buses. Set your CTCSS to 156.7 as that is the repeater tone for the metro area.
 
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