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Ocean Resorts and Hard Rock Casino AC?

N2ZGE

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I am very surprised neither is posted in the RR DB yet. Any info on what frequencies these two casinos use? I couldn't find FCC licenses for them eirher which I assume means they are using some private radio rental company (odd for a large casino though)
 
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From the way the license looks surprisingly they both seem NEITHER to be DMR nor trunked, just regular plain old UHF FM. Should be some good listening
 

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Thanks K2YNN, however the first link you posted is actually the exact license for Resorts Casino. It is a LTR Trunked system (analog). However, the second link for Hard Rock Casino could be correct. I will try and discretely close call them on my scanner on my next trip there. Even if they use DMR, at least I could grab the correct frequencies for starters.
 
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