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I've been listening to 453.000, which was PMT's home channel on the White Tank Mtn's site of the system, and have heard nothing in 12+ hours.

PMT's old VHF frequencies, 150.8300/152.9900/153.0050 have similarly been silent.

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I don't know if it's DMR or NXDN, but there is some kind of sporadic digital transmission on 453.000.

Can someone else decode it?

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452.2375 and 452.7375 have continuous transmissions on them. Control channels for DMR or NXDN perhaps?
Both frequencies were a part of IAN's Shaw Butte site.

462.500 sounds like an analog FM stand alone repeater, with a 71.9 Hz tone. The users sound like they're loading sand into a dump truck. (Again, this is a former Shaw Butte site frequency.)

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