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Montgomery County Ride-On Frequencies

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The RR database shows two simulcast frequencies for Ride-On (453.40 & 453.95). On a recent trip to the area, 453.40 was used as a voice channel separate from the 452 mhz channels (no simulcast). Also 453.95 was used as a data channel. Anyone have information on this change?
 

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transitman said:
The RR database shows two simulcast frequencies for Ride-On (453.40 & 453.95). On a recent trip to the area, 453.40 was used as a voice channel separate from the 452 mhz channels (no simulcast). Also 453.95 was used as a data channel. Anyone have information on this change?
As far as I can remember it was always like that.
 
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