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Weehawken 159.090mhz repeater.

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I hear the Weehawken, PD now have a repeater on (159.090mhz) their primary channel,
Anyone know the input frequency for this new repeater system?
 

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Thank you for responding to my inquiry. I already programmed all the frequencies assigned in the FCC database link you provided. None of the licensed frequencies are being utilized for the input of the 159.090mhz repeater in Weehawken. The input frequencies remains unknown to me.
 
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Just curious are you near Weehawkeen when you try to listen to them? Input frequencies usually don't have a lot of power
Why would the OP need to try to listen to the "input" unless it is a split Duplex system? A split system has the option of not repeating the mobile, only the dispatcher hears the mobile.
 
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You mean they were running 159.09 in simplex before this change? Interesting because I live out in West Orange and I have always heard them loud and clear.
 

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Just outside the Lincoln Tunnel listening on a Uniden BCD396XT heard a close call hit on 156.010mhz DPL-131.

Sounded like ambulance #214. possibly the new input frequency for 159.090mhz but unconfirmed.
 
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I guess that would leave 153.6950 to be paired with 154.7400. Could EMS be getting moved off to their own channel?
 
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