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Crossband Repeaters to 46.26 WC DES

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I know there are 46.26 MHz transmitters in Bedford near Guard Hill Road, and in North Salem at Mountain Lakes Camps. Question I have is are there UHF links to those 2 sites? And if so what are the frequencies??
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LINKS ????

I know there are 46.26 MHz transmitters in Bedford near Guard Hill Road, and in North Salem at Mountain Lakes Camps. Question I have is are there UHF links to those 2 sites? And if so what are the frequencies??
Thanks for any help anyone can render.

There are a bunch of UHF transmitters that repeat 46.26, but I don't think that they are UHF links---They are just UHF transmitters that repeat 46.26 . You can find at least 9 of them on this page.

Westchester County, New York (NY) Scanner Frequencies and Radio Frequency Reference
 
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CFFFD22,

I know of the 46.26 transmitter at Keeler ln North Salem, but I'm unsure there is one on Guard Hill.

The closest repeater for 46.26 in the Bedford area would be the Yorktown (french hill) repeater 453.5625 dpl 606.


The closest for North Salem is the Adams lane site in Pound Ridge 453.350 dpl 664.

Both are bi-directional and have overlapping coverage for Bedford.
 
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I thought Pound Ridge's 453.350 site linked to 33.960 (their dispatch channel)? My records showed that at one time they used 453.975 to connect to 46.26 but that got switched to 46.060, their ops channel.

Here's my list of fixed crossband repeaters and who has them up:

Frequency / Tone / Sponsoring FD

453.2625 DCS261 Banksville
460.1125 DCS243 Briarcliff Manor
453.0250 DCS065 Croton on Hudson
460.2375 DCS065 Katonah
453.2750 DCS226 Mohegan Lake
453.4125 DCS244 Montrose
453.8750 DCS411 Peekskill (can be steered to 46.14 or 46.42)
460.3500 DCS664 Purchase
453.9250 DCS243 West Harrison
453.5625 DCS606 (and DCS306?) Yorktown Heights

Updates always welcome.
 
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453.350 is in fact 33.96. whoops my bad. Not sure about the 46.26, you may be right on that. My list last showed it as 46.26.

I show the West Harrison (453.925) down, or changed to an ops channel.

And Yorktown actually has 2 repeaters on the same frequency (453.5625). One is dpl 606 and is wide area on French Hill, the other is dpl 306 and on the IBM building off Rt 134, really to cover that building and the south end of Yorktown.
 
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