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Texas Law 3, Digital traffic heard in Granbury

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Heard digital traffic in Granbury last night on 155.475. Pro106 did not decode, wondering if the traffic was encrypted. Anyone else hear this?
 

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Are you sure is wasn't bleedover from DPS on 155.4675? I get that all the time when the band is open good like it was all night.
 

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Not sure what it was, signal was weak. If it was bleedover, would the Pro 106 decode the audio. Could it have been P25 Phase II. The audio sounded like digital does on my Pro 95.
 

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You are right Tom, it is bleedover from 155.4675, I just now heard it and hit scan, they were talking on .4675. Thanks, guess they are right about the 106 sensitivity. Where is the .4675 transmitter?
 

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You are right Tom, it is bleedover from 155.4675, I just now heard it and hit scan, they were talking on .4675. Thanks, guess they are right about the 106 sensitivity. Where is the .4675 transmitter?
I don't know about the RS scanners but my 396T will usually decode if it is 7.5 kHz off. Sometimes it takes it several seconds.

We have a really good band opening last night and this morning. There is no telling what DPS station you are hearing.
 
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