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Visiting EL Paso

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WP4MZR

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I just came to El Paso this week and I brought one of my radios with me. Im located by sunland park, and Im getting lots of traffic but nothing interesting so far, border patrol @ 163.625 MHz is very quiet.

What are the good conventional frequencies to listen to?,in the 108-999MHz range...It could be in Spanish too. Thanks
 

CapSS92

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Try the SO vhf channels from the database. Mostly all the good stuff is Moto 800mhz Type II trunked. Local feds encrypt a lot of stuff. Only thing in spanish is business frequencies. Mexican cops use TONS of codes making it almost impossible to decipher what they talk about. HTH.
 
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