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New Colorado Springs VHF System?

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I received the following submission from a user, anyone in the Colorado Springs area able to verify the existence of this or provide additional information?

ok i dont know if this is anything or not but here we go
c/c searching I came up with this info using PSR600 & 996T.

138.8875 cc

138.0875 vc--|P25 ENC.
138.5575 vc--|P25 ENC.

On Gre-PSR600 lcd display N150 | W:Bee00 | S:002 | R001

On 996t read sys 0157h-010E (Display mode switch pterson afb
 

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Nil heard

Was on PETE today and checked 138-144Mhz. Nothing heard at all. 406Mhz Motorola system ID 157 still working as usual. I guessing you may be hearing some sort of intermod product at your location.
 

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It could be a mix inside of the radio, which is why I stuck the submission in the forums along with the fact that the submitter didn't seem sure about the accuracy of what was being sent in.

A mix would be a product of the original signal and it contains a system ID that we have not seen here before along with a WACN, site ID and RFSS ID, which makes me think that this is coming from somewhere. I would like to see someone else log this system before adding it to the db :\

I'll shoot a PM to the submitter to find out where exactly this signal was heard...and if you're the submitter and seeing this, feel free to chime in! :)
 
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We got this narrowed down to the Warren AFB system in WY. It would appear that the Peterson AFB system in Colorado Springs is site 1 on that system and Warren AFB in Cheyenne is site 2.
 
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