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Old 06-17-2016, 11:20 AM
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Default 454 mhz oddity

Two Connect Plus frequencies that are difficult to pin down. In the Asheville area 454.3250 is a full strength, active Connect Plus frequency. Just a short test run will provide T.G. 2039. In analyze function, the LCN is 1. I have conducted a geo search of up to 75 miles from Asheville with no success. The only hit that would cover Asheville is FCCA (WPZF903), a paging company assigned a block of frequencies that encompasses 454.3250. My limited understanding of that system would rule it out. I utilized the original zip file from Uniden with DMR license listings, I went out 200 miles and no hit on the freq.
454.4750 is a full strength, active connect Plus frequency. Just a short test run will provide T.G. 911. In analyze function, the LCN is 1. I have conducted a geo search of up to 75 miles, and found no transmit locations. Also the Uniden DMR zip file had nothing within 200 miles.
I reviewed every file I could find on Low Power systems, those two frequencies don't fall under any listing of allocations or manufacturers. Is anyone working either of these two frequencies that might have more information. The use of the channels is hard to determine because the conversations are short and vague. Thank you for your help.
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