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Old 03-22-2017, 5:17 PM
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Exclamation New P25 systems in Yavapai County

From my QTH in Cordes Lakes:

Unitrunker reports:
SYSID: 92006-00a
SITE: 031-31
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855.6375 CC
857.4125 ALT
860.8125 ALT
No Peers
No Traffic yet, I'll keep it up for awhile....

While mobile in Prescott itself:

BCD396XT reports:
ID 000A-2525
860.3875 CC
no traffic

Likely the same system, two sites so far.
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Looks like aps is going p25

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FCC says it's APS, System ID say's it's not Motorola !
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Sweeet ! A little birdie just tipped me off to this conversion, but for the end of the year. Looks like, sooner

Thank you.

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From my QTH in Cordes Lakes:

Unitrunker reports:
SYSID: 92006-00a
SITE: 031-31
P25
855.6375 CC
857.4125 ALT
860.8125 ALT
No Peers
No Traffic yet, I'll keep it up for awhile....

While mobile in Prescott itself:

BCD396XT reports:
ID 000A-2525
860.3875 CC
no traffic

Likely the same system, two sites so far.
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the techs were working on the system for a few days after the last snow / actually tried to get to Mt. Francis in the snowstorm but couldn't make it up in the 2 feet of snow up there

were 3 of them at times between mt. francis and mingus with installs and then a receive problem on mt.francis

another one to add
860.7875 site 2525
i'll run unitrunker later today and see what these 2 sites have to offer

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Mingus mountain

site 3131

freqs
855.6375
857.4125
860.3875
860.8125


Mount francis

freqs
855.6375
855.9375
860.3875
860.7875

neither site shows any peers yet or voice channels

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there was an automated message on the old moto 2 system today as of saying something of the channel closing and if you think it shouldn't to call a number

i'll try to get the whole message next time it plays on the system

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I caught it just now too, something about "in an effort to recover unused-resources on the radio this channel is being shut off, if you feel you need it call the number etc" or something to that effect.

Sounds like they are trimming down their channels to move them to the new system and don't want too many talkgroups on the air, less talkgroups, less channels, more frequencies to move to the new system.
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I know that it would take a bit of work but has anyone pulled up the FCC licenses looking for new frequencies for this new system? I know a while back the weekly grant email mentioned some new channels for them but I can't find it to save my life. Wondering if there is anything out there that would be a result of this new setup.
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I know that it would take a bit of work but has anyone pulled up the FCC licenses looking for new frequencies for this new system? I know a while back the weekly grant email mentioned some new channels for them but I can't find it to save my life. Wondering if there is anything out there that would be a result of this new setup.
Correlating frequencies for the new system via the FCC licenses will be a little more tricky than a lot of the new systems as they are reusing frequencies from the old system on the new system. They also don’t appear to be very accurate on their frequency licensing. Take a look at the reported new control channel frequencies for the Mingus site:

855.6375 – Not licensed to Mingus Mtn.
857.4125 – Was used by old system Mingus Mtn site.
860.3875 – Not licensed to Mingus Mtn. Not even licensed to APS!
860.8125 – Not Licensed to Mingus Mtn. Not even licensed to APS!

Many of the licenses were updated March 1, 2017. The link below consolidates the APS licenses. You can sort by columns such as city or county to help narrow down licenses in your area. Use this as a guide to verify what you find.

Callsigns for FCC FRN: 0001604461 (Arizona Public Service Company)

Search 850-861mhz with your scanners and look for P25 control channels or P25 voice. P25 control channels sound different from the existing Motorola Control channels when you listen to the noise. Once you identify a control channel for system “00a”, then you can run the control channel through tools like Analyze in the HP1/2, Pro96Com, or Unitrunker to determine all the control channels, voice frequencies, and talkgroups once they start testing.
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the techs were working on mingus today site 3131

control channels per unitrunker
855.6375
860.3875

one talkgroup being used so far
6401

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Couple of additional sites, heard while in Prescot

855.7875
000-3333

855.0375
SYS 000, but 396t did not report a site #
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Was able to chat with an APS serviceman out checking my pole for bees in the boot (a different story) and I asked about a new radio system. He didn't know anything about that but did say they changed out all the truck radios recently.

Maybe upgrade to allow the P25 system....
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Ok, I spent some time going through licenses. This is what I was able to glean.

"APSC shares its current legacy Radio System and plans to share this new P25 Radio System with the State of Arizona Department of Emergency and Military Affairs (DEMA), who currently uses the APSC Radio System for similar purposes of having a reliable and resilient communications tool for state wide emergency response."

In all but four of the licenses, they are adding two new frequencies per site to begin the build-out of the P25 Phase II TRS.

"In order to facilitate uninterrupted service to current Radio System users, APSC is deploying the new P25 Radio System in parallel with the existing system. Additionally, APSC has planned to increase the level of coverage provided within the APSC service territory and along key transmission line corridors by also deploying additional tower sites for the new P25 Radio System..."

So, here is my compilation by license number for current and new/modified frequencies:

Call Sign/Location/N Latitude/W Longitude/City/County/AZ or NM/Existing Freq/New-Mod Freq
WNPP586/Shaw Butte/33-35-38.1/112-05-13.5/Phoenix/Maricopa//850.3375/
WNPP586/Shaw Butte/33-35-38.1/112-05-13.5/Phoenix/Maricopa//855.1125/
WNPP586/Shaw Butte/33-35-38.1/112-05-13.5/Phoenix/Maricopa//855.3875/
WNPP586/Shaw Butte/33-35-38.1/112-05-13.5/Phoenix/Maricopa//855.6375/
WNPP586/Shaw Butte/33-35-38.1/112-05-13.5/Phoenix/Maricopa//855.9375/
WNPP586/Shaw Butte/33-35-38.1/112-05-13.5/Phoenix/Maricopa//856.8875/
WNPP586/Shaw Butte/33-35-38.1/112-05-13.5/Phoenix/Maricopa//857.8875/
WNPP586/Shaw Butte/33-35-38.1/112-05-13.5/Phoenix/Maricopa//858.3375/
WNPP586/Shaw Butte/33-35-38.1/112-05-13.5/Phoenix/Maricopa//858.8875/
WNPP586/Shaw Butte/33-35-38.1/112-05-13.5/Phoenix/Maricopa//859.3375/
WNPP586/Shaw Butte/33-35-38.1/112-05-13.5/Phoenix/Maricopa//859.8875/
WNPP586/Shaw Butte/33-35-38.1/112-05-13.5/Phoenix/Maricopa//860.8876/
WNPP586/Shaw Butte/33-35-38.1/112-05-13.5/Phoenix/Maricopa///860.3625/NEW
WNPP586/Shaw Butte/33-35-38.1/112-05-13.5/Phoenix/Maricopa///860.7875/NEW
WPDA421/PVNG Station/33-23-04.1/112-51-58.6/Wintersburg/Maricopa//854.91250/
WPDA421/PVNG Station/33-23-04.1/112-51-58.6/Wintersburg/Maricopa//856.88750/
WPDA421/PVNG Station/33-23-04.1/112-51-58.6/Wintersburg/Maricopa//856.88750/
WPDA421/PVNG Station/33-23-04.1/112-51-58.6/Wintersburg/Maricopa//857.88750/
WPDA421/PVNG Station/33-23-04.1/112-51-58.6/Wintersburg/Maricopa//858.88750/
WPDA421/PVNG Station/33-23-04.1/112-51-58.6/Wintersburg/Maricopa//859.88750/
WPDA421/PVNG Station/33-23-04.1/112-51-58.6/Wintersburg/Maricopa//860.88750/
WPFF525/Childs Mtn/32-25-54.4/112-56-42.5/Ajo/Pima//856.27500/
WPFF525/Childs Mtn/32-25-54.4/112-56-42.5/Ajo/Pima//857.27500/
WPFF525/Childs Mtn/32-25-54.4/112-56-42.5/Ajo/Pima//859.27500/
WPFF525/Childs Mtn/32-25-54.4/112-56-42.5/Ajo/Pima//860.27500/
WPFF525/Childs Mtn/32-25-54.4/112-56-42.5/Ajo/Pima///856.28750/NEW
WPFF525/Childs Mtn/32-25-54.4/112-56-42.5/Ajo/Pima///856.83750/NEW
WPFF526/Smith Peak/34-03-55.1/113-21-22.7/Aguila/Maricopa//855.93750/
WPFF526/Smith Peak/34-03-55.1/113-21-22.7/Aguila/Maricopa//856.41250/
WPFF526/Smith Peak/34-03-55.1/113-21-22.7/Aguila/Maricopa//857.41250/
WPFF526/Smith Peak/34-03-55.1/113-21-22.7/Aguila/Maricopa//858.33750/
WPFF526/Smith Peak/34-03-55.1/113-21-22.7/Aguila/Maricopa//858.41250/
WPFF526/Smith Peak/34-03-55.1/113-21-22.7/Aguila/Maricopa//859.33750/
WPFF526/Smith Peak/34-03-55.1/113-21-22.7/Aguila/Maricopa//859.41250/
WPFF526/Smith Peak/34-03-55.1/113-21-22.7/Aguila/Maricopa//860.33750/
WPFF526/Smith Peak/34-03-55.1/113-21-22.7/Aguila/Maricopa//860.41250/
WPFF526/Smith Peak/34-03-55.1/113-21-22.7/Aguila/Maricopa///855.36250/NEW
WPFF526/Smith Peak/34-03-55.1/113-21-22.7/Aguila/Maricopa///855.86250/NEW
WPFF527/Oatman Mtn/33-03-05.2/113-08-05.0/Gila Bend/Maricopa//855.11250/
WPFF527/Oatman Mtn/33-03-05.2/113-08-05.0/Gila Bend/Maricopa//856.86250/
WPFF527/Oatman Mtn/33-03-05.2/113-08-05.0/Gila Bend/Maricopa//857.41250/
WPFF527/Oatman Mtn/33-03-05.2/113-08-05.0/Gila Bend/Maricopa//858.41250/
WPFF527/Oatman Mtn/33-03-05.2/113-08-05.0/Gila Bend/Maricopa///860.31250/NEW
WPFF527/Oatman Mtn/33-03-05.2/113-08-05.0/Gila Bend/Maricopa///860.83750/NEW
WPFF528/Signal Peak/33-17-37.2/110-50-09.0/Globe/Gila//855.11250/
WPFF528/Signal Peak/33-17-37.2/110-50-09.0/Globe/Gila//855.93750/
WPFF528/Signal Peak/33-17-37.2/110-50-09.0/Globe/Gila//856.41250/
WPFF528/Signal Peak/33-17-37.2/110-50-09.0/Globe/Gila//857.28750/
WPFF528/Signal Peak/33-17-37.2/110-50-09.0/Globe/Gila//857.41250/
WPFF528/Signal Peak/33-17-37.2/110-50-09.0/Globe/Gila//858.28750/
WPFF528/Signal Peak/33-17-37.2/110-50-09.0/Globe/Gila//858.33750/
WPFF528/Signal Peak/33-17-37.2/110-50-09.0/Globe/Gila//858.41250/
WPFF528/Signal Peak/33-17-37.2/110-50-09.0/Globe/Gila//859.28750/
WPFF528/Signal Peak/33-17-37.2/110-50-09.0/Globe/Gila//859.33750/
WPFF528/Signal Peak/33-17-37.2/110-50-09.0/Globe/Gila//859.41250/
WPFF528/Signal Peak/33-17-37.2/110-50-09.0/Globe/Gila//860.28750/
WPFF528/Signal Peak/33-17-37.2/110-50-09.0/Globe/Gila//860.33750/
WPFF528/Signal Peak/33-17-37.2/110-50-09.0/Globe/Gila//860.41250/
WPFF528/Signal Peak/33-17-37.2/110-50-09.0/Globe/Gila///855.86250/NEW
WPFF528/Signal Peak/33-17-37.2/110-50-09.0/Globe/Gila///860.81250/NEW
WPMC216/Cunningham Mtn/33-34-10.6/114-20-58.3/Quartzsite/La Paz///855.8125/NEW
WPMC216/Cunningham Mtn/33-34-10.6/114-20-58.3/Quartzsite/La Paz///860.3125/NEW
WPMC218/White Tanks Mtn/33-34-04.1/112-33-32.6/Phoenix/Maricopa//855.11250/
WPMC218/White Tanks Mtn/33-34-04.1/112-33-32.6/Phoenix/Maricopa//855.38750/
WPMC218/White Tanks Mtn/33-34-04.1/112-33-32.6/Phoenix/Maricopa//855.63750/
WPMC218/White Tanks Mtn/33-34-04.1/112-33-32.6/Phoenix/Maricopa//855.93750/
WPMC218/White Tanks Mtn/33-34-04.1/112-33-32.6/Phoenix/Maricopa//858.33750/
WPMC218/White Tanks Mtn/33-34-04.1/112-33-32.6/Phoenix/Maricopa//859.33750/
WPMC218/White Tanks Mtn/33-34-04.1/112-33-32.6/Phoenix/Maricopa//860.33750/
WPMC218/White Tanks Mtn/33-34-04.1/112-33-32.6/Phoenix/Maricopa///856.38750/NEW
WPMC218/White Tanks Mtn/33-34-04.1/112-33-32.6/Phoenix/Maricopa///856.78750/NEW
WPMC219/New S Telegraph Pass/32-40-14.9/114-20-08.5/Yuma/Yuma//856.275/
WPMC219/New S Telegraph Pass/32-40-14.9/114-20-08.5/Yuma/Yuma//861.45/
WPMC219/New S Telegraph Pass/32-40-14.9/114-20-08.5/Yuma/Yuma//862.45/
WPMC219/New S Telegraph Pass/32-40-14.9/114-20-08.5/Yuma/Yuma//863.45/
WPMC219/New S Telegraph Pass/32-40-14.9/114-20-08.5/Yuma/Yuma//864.45/
WPMC219/New S Telegraph Pass/32-40-14.9/114-20-08.5/Yuma/Yuma//865.45/
WPMC219/New S Telegraph Pass/32-40-14.9/114-20-08.5/Yuma/Yuma///856.2375/NEW
WPMC219/New S Telegraph Pass/32-40-14.9/114-20-08.5/Yuma/Yuma///856.7375/NEW
WPMC221/Mt Lemmon/32-26-29.3/110-46-46.3/Summerhaven/Pima//861.45/
WPMC221/Mt Lemmon/32-26-29.3/110-46-46.3/Summerhaven/Pima//862.45/
WPMC221/Mt Lemmon/32-26-29.3/110-46-46.3/Summerhaven/Pima//863.45/
WPMC221/Mt Lemmon/32-26-29.3/110-46-46.3/Summerhaven/Pima//864.45/
WPMC221/Mt Lemmon/32-26-29.3/110-46-46.3/Summerhaven/Pima//865.45/
WPMC222/Bill Williams/35-12.01.0/112-12-19.6/Williams/Coconino//856.28750/
WPMC222/Bill Williams/35-12.01.0/112-12-19.6/Williams/Coconino//857.28750/
WPMC222/Bill Williams/35-12.01.0/112-12-19.6/Williams/Coconino//858.28750/
WPMC222/Bill Williams/35-12.01.0/112-12-19.6/Williams/Coconino//859.28750/
WPMC222/Bill Williams/35-12.01.0/112-12-19.6/Williams/Coconino//860.28750/
WPMC222/Bill Williams/35-12.01.0/112-12-19.6/Williams/Coconino///855.03750/NEW
WPMC222/Bill Williams/35-12.01.0/112-12-19.6/Williams/Coconino///858.38750/NEW
WPMC226/Deza Bluff/35-54-31.1/108-46-25.6/Tohatchi/McKinley/NM/858.33750/
WPMC226/Deza Bluff/35-54-31.1/108-46-25.6/Tohatchi/McKinley/NM/859.33750/
WPMC226/Deza Bluff/35-54-31.1/108-46-25.6/Tohatchi/McKinley/NM/860.33750/
WPMC226/Deza Bluff/35-54-31.1/108-46-25.6/Tohatchi/McKinley/NM//855.36250/NEW
WPMC226/Deza Bluff/35-54-31.1/108-46-25.6/Tohatchi/McKinley/NM//855.83750/NEW
WPMC227/Diamond Point/34-17-16.1/111-11-34.5/Payson/Gila//855.93750/
WPMC227/Diamond Point/34-17-16.1/111-11-34.5/Payson/Gila//856.41250/
WPMC227/Diamond Point/34-17-16.1/111-11-34.5/Payson/Gila//857.41250/
WPMC227/Diamond Point/34-17-16.1/111-11-34.5/Payson/Gila//858.33750/
WPMC227/Diamond Point/34-17-16.1/111-11-34.5/Payson/Gila//858.41250/
WPMC227/Diamond Point/34-17-16.1/111-11-34.5/Payson/Gila//859.33750/
WPMC227/Diamond Point/34-17-16.1/111-11-34.5/Payson/Gila//859.41250/
WPMC227/Diamond Point/34-17-16.1/111-11-34.5/Payson/Gila//860.33750/
WPMC227/Diamond Point/34-17-16.1/111-11-34.5/Payson/Gila//860.41250/
WPMC227/Diamond Point/34-17-16.1/111-11-34.5/Payson/Gila///854.91250/NEW
WPMC227/Diamond Point/34-17-16.1/111-11-34.5/Payson/Gila///860.86250/NEW
WPMC245/Thompson Peak/33-38-39.2/111-48-43.5/Phoenix/Maricopa//855.1125/
WPMC245/Thompson Peak/33-38-39.2/111-48-43.5/Phoenix/Maricopa//855.3875/
WPMC245/Thompson Peak/33-38-39.2/111-48-43.5/Phoenix/Maricopa//855.6375/
WPMC245/Thompson Peak/33-38-39.2/111-48-43.5/Phoenix/Maricopa//855.9375/
WPMC245/Thompson Peak/33-38-39.2/111-48-43.5/Phoenix/Maricopa//858.3375/
WPMC245/Thompson Peak/33-38-39.2/111-48-43.5/Phoenix/Maricopa//859.3375/
WPMC245/Thompson Peak/33-38-39.2/111-48-43.5/Phoenix/Maricopa//860.3375/
WPMC246/Greens Peak/34-06-39.2/109-34-27.3/Mc Nary/Apache//855.11250/
WPMC246/Greens Peak/34-06-39.2/109-34-27.3/Mc Nary/Apache//856.28750/
WPMC246/Greens Peak/34-06-39.2/109-34-27.3/Mc Nary/Apache//857.28750/
WPMC246/Greens Peak/34-06-39.2/109-34-27.3/Mc Nary/Apache//858.28750/
WPMC246/Greens Peak/34-06-39.2/109-34-27.3/Mc Nary/Apache///855.31250/NEW
WPMC246/Greens Peak/34-06-39.2/109-34-27.3/Mc Nary/Apache///860.31250/NEW
WPMC247/Roof Butte/36-27-40.9/109-05-46.3/Chinley/Apache//856.41250/
WPMC247/Roof Butte/36-27-40.9/109-05-46.3/Chinley/Apache//857.41250/
WPMC247/Roof Butte/36-27-40.9/109-05-46.3/Chinley/Apache//858.41250/
WPMC247/Roof Butte/36-27-40.9/109-05-46.3/Chinley/Apache///860.31250/NEW
WPMC247/Roof Butte/36-27-40.9/109-05-46.3/Chinley/Apache///860.83750/NEW
WPMC248/Mingus Mtn/34-42-04.1/112-07-03.6/Jerome/Yavapai//856.28750/
WPMC248/Mingus Mtn/34-42-04.1/112-07-03.6/Jerome/Yavapai//856.41250/
WPMC248/Mingus Mtn/34-42-04.1/112-07-03.6/Jerome/Yavapai//857.28750/
WPMC248/Mingus Mtn/34-42-04.1/112-07-03.6/Jerome/Yavapai//857.41250/
WPMC248/Mingus Mtn/34-42-04.1/112-07-03.6/Jerome/Yavapai//858.28750/
WPMC248/Mingus Mtn/34-42-04.1/112-07-03.6/Jerome/Yavapai//858.41250/
WPMC248/Mingus Mtn/34-42-04.1/112-07-03.6/Jerome/Yavapai//859.28750/
WPMC248/Mingus Mtn/34-42-04.1/112-07-03.6/Jerome/Yavapai//859.41250/
WPMC248/Mingus Mtn/34-42-04.1/112-07-03.6/Jerome/Yavapai//860.28750/
WPMC248/Mingus Mtn/34-42-04.1/112-07-03.6/Jerome/Yavapai//860.41250/
WPMC248/Mingus Mtn/34-42-04.1/112-07-03.6/Jerome/Yavapai///855.63740/NEW
WPMC248/Mingus Mtn/34-42-04.1/112-07-03.6/Jerome/Yavapai///860.81250/NEW
WPMC252/Juniper Mtn/35-12-53.0/113-06-07.7/Seligman/Yavapai//856.88750/
WPMC252/Juniper Mtn/35-12-53.0/113-06-07.7/Seligman/Yavapai//857.88750/
WPMC252/Juniper Mtn/35-12-53.0/113-06-07.7/Seligman/Yavapai//858.88750/
WPMC252/Juniper Mtn/35-12-53.0/113-06-07.7/Seligman/Yavapai///860.31250/NEW
WPMC252/Juniper Mtn/35-12-53.0/113-06-07.7/Seligman/Yavapai///860.83750/NEW
WPMC254/Mt Ord/33-54-18.1/111-24-29.4/Sunflower/Gila///850.3125/NEW
WPMC254/Mt Ord/33-54-18.1/111-24-29.4/Sunflower/Gila///855.8125/NEW
WPMC258/McCloud Mtn/35-25-45.0/112-57-45.6/Hillside/Yavapai//856.41250/
WPMC258/McCloud Mtn/35-25-45.0/112-57-45.6/Hillside/Yavapai//856.88750/
WPMC258/McCloud Mtn/35-25-45.0/112-57-45.6/Hillside/Yavapai//857.41250/
WPMC258/McCloud Mtn/35-25-45.0/112-57-45.6/Hillside/Yavapai//857.88750/
WPMC258/McCloud Mtn/35-25-45.0/112-57-45.6/Hillside/Yavapai//858.41250/
WPMC258/McCloud Mtn/35-25-45.0/112-57-45.6/Hillside/Yavapai//858.88750/
WPMC258/McCloud Mtn/35-25-45.0/112-57-45.6/Hillside/Yavapai//859.88750/
WPMC258/McCloud Mtn/35-25-45.0/112-57-45.6/Hillside/Yavapai//860.88750/
WPMC258/McCloud Mtn/35-25-45.0/112-57-45.6/Hillside/Yavapai///854.91250/NEW
WPMC258/McCloud Mtn/35-25-45.0/112-57-45.6/Hillside/Yavapai///855.81250/NEW
WPMC261/Preston Mesa/36-21-32.0/111-12-10.5/Tuba City/Navajo//858.33750/
WPMC261/Preston Mesa/36-21-32.0/111-12-10.5/Tuba City/Navajo//859.33750/
WPMC261/Preston Mesa/36-21-32.0/111-12-10.5/Tuba City/Navajo//860.33750/
WPMC261/Preston Mesa/36-21-32.0/111-12-10.5/Tuba City/Navajo///855.28750/NEW
WPMC261/Preston Mesa/36-21-32.0/111-12-10.5/Tuba City/Navajo///860.86250/NEW
WPMC262/Mt Francis/34-29-24.1/112-32-02.6/Prescott/Yavapai//855.93750/
WPMC262/Mt Francis/34-29-24.1/112-32-02.6/Prescott/Yavapai//858.33750/
WPMC262/Mt Francis/34-29-24.1/112-32-02.6/Prescott/Yavapai//859.33750/
WPMC262/Mt Francis/34-29-24.1/112-32-02.6/Prescott/Yavapai//860.33750/
WPMC262/Mt Francis/34-29-24.1/112-32-02.6/Prescott/Yavapai///860.38750/NEW
WPMC262/Mt Francis/34-29-24.1/112-32-02.6/Prescott/Yavapai///860.78750/NEW
WPMC263/Black Peak/34-07-28.1/114-12-42.8/Parker/La Paz//850.28750/
WPMC263/Black Peak/34-07-28.1/114-12-42.8/Parker/La Paz//857.28750/
WPMC263/Black Peak/34-07-28.1/114-12-42.8/Parker/La Paz//858.28750/
WPMC263/Black Peak/34-07-28.1/114-12-42.8/Parker/La Paz//858.33750/
WPMC263/Black Peak/34-07-28.1/114-12-42.8/Parker/La Paz//859.28750/
WPMC263/Black Peak/34-07-28.1/114-12-42.8/Parker/La Paz//859.33750/
WPMC263/Black Peak/34-07-28.1/114-12-42.8/Parker/La Paz//860.33750/
WPMC263/Black Peak/34-07-28.1/114-12-42.8/Parker/La Paz///855.28750/NEW
WPMC263/Black Peak/34-07-28.1/114-12-42.8/Parker/La Paz///857.31250/NEW
WPMC264/Mule Mtn/31-28-53.4/109-57-35.3/Bisbee/Cochise//856.27500/
WPMC264/Mule Mtn/31-28-53.4/109-57-35.3/Bisbee/Cochise//859.27500/
WPMC264/Mule Mtn/31-28-53.4/109-57-35.3/Bisbee/Cochise//860.27500/
WPMC264/Mule Mtn/31-28-53.4/109-57-35.3/Bisbee/Cochise//861.45000/
WPMC264/Mule Mtn/31-28-53.4/109-57-35.3/Bisbee/Cochise//862.45000/
WPMC264/Mule Mtn/31-28-53.4/109-57-35.3/Bisbee/Cochise//863.45000/
WPMC264/Mule Mtn/31-28-53.4/109-57-35.3/Bisbee/Cochise//864.45000/
WPMC264/Mule Mtn/31-28-53.4/109-57-35.3/Bisbee/Cochise//865.45000/
WPMC264/Mule Mtn/31-28-53.4/109-57-35.3/Bisbee/Cochise///856.28750/NEW
WPMC264/Mule Mtn/31-28-53.4/109-57-35.3/Bisbee/Cochise///856.91250/NEW
WPMD889/Mt Elden/35-14-29.0/111-35-51.6/Flagstaff/Coconino//855.93750/
WPMD889/Mt Elden/35-14-29.0/111-35-51.6/Flagstaff/Coconino//856.11250/
WPMD889/Mt Elden/35-14-29.0/111-35-51.6/Flagstaff/Coconino//856.31250/
WPMD889/Mt Elden/35-14-29.0/111-35-51.6/Flagstaff/Coconino//856.88750/
WPMD889/Mt Elden/35-14-29.0/111-35-51.6/Flagstaff/Coconino//857.88750/
WPMD889/Mt Elden/35-14-29.0/111-35-51.6/Flagstaff/Coconino//858.31250/
WPMD889/Mt Elden/35-14-29.0/111-35-51.6/Flagstaff/Coconino//858.33750/
WPMD889/Mt Elden/35-14-29.0/111-35-51.6/Flagstaff/Coconino//858.88750/
WPMD889/Mt Elden/35-14-29.0/111-35-51.6/Flagstaff/Coconino//859.31250/
WPMD889/Mt Elden/35-14-29.0/111-35-51.6/Flagstaff/Coconino//859.33750/
WPMD889/Mt Elden/35-14-29.0/111-35-51.6/Flagstaff/Coconino//859.88750/
WPMD889/Mt Elden/35-14-29.0/111-35-51.6/Flagstaff/Coconino//860.31250/
WPMD889/Mt Elden/35-14-29.0/111-35-51.6/Flagstaff/Coconino//860.33750/
WPMD889/Mt Elden/35-14-29.0/111-35-51.6/Flagstaff/Coconino//860.88750/
WPMD889/Mt Elden/35-14-29.0/111-35-51.6/Flagstaff/Coconino///856.78750/NEW
WPMD889/Mt Elden/35-14-29.0/111-35-51.6/Flagstaff/Coconino///857.78750/NEW
WPMD890/Hualapai Mtn/35-05-40.0/113-54-20.8/Kingman/Mohave//855.11250/
WPMD890/Hualapai Mtn/35-05-40.0/113-54-20.8/Kingman/Mohave//856.11250/
WPMD890/Hualapai Mtn/35-05-40.0/113-54-20.8/Kingman/Mohave//858.33750/
WPMD890/Hualapai Mtn/35-05-40.0/113-54-20.8/Kingman/Mohave//859.33750/
WPMD890/Hualapai Mtn/35-05-40.0/113-54-20.8/Kingman/Mohave//860.33750/
WPMD890/Hualapai Mtn/35-05-40.0/113-54-20.8/Kingman/Mohave///855.83750/NEW
WPMD890/Hualapai Mtn/35-05-40.0/113-54-20.8/Kingman/Mohave///860.36250/NEW
WPME825/Sacaton Peak/33-00-092/111-40-26.5/Coolidge/Pinal//856.8875/
WPME825/Sacaton Peak/33-00-092/111-40-26.5/Coolidge/Pinal//857.8875/
WPME825/Sacaton Peak/33-00-092/111-40-26.5/Coolidge/Pinal//858.8875/
WPME825/Sacaton Peak/33-00-092/111-40-26.5/Coolidge/Pinal//859.8875/
WPME825/Sacaton Peak/33-00-092/111-40-26.5/Coolidge/Pinal//860.8875/
WPTV908/Drake Lake/34-38-26.1/110-19-10.4/Snowflake/Navajo//856.41250/
WPTV908/Drake Lake/34-38-26.1/110-19-10.4/Snowflake/Navajo//857.41250/
WPTV908/Drake Lake/34-38-26.1/110-19-10.4/Snowflake/Navajo//858.41250/
WPTV908/Drake Lake/34-38-26.1/110-19-10.4/Snowflake/Navajo///855.03750/NEW
WPTV908/Drake Lake/34-38-26.1/110-19-10.4/Snowflake/Navajo///857.81250/NEW
WPTV909/Five Mile Point/34-25-51.0/111-30-14.5/Strawberry/Coconino//855.11250/
WPTV909/Five Mile Point/34-25-51.0/111-30-14.5/Strawberry/Coconino//855.11250/
WPTV909/Five Mile Point/34-25-51.0/111-30-14.5/Strawberry/Coconino//856.88750/
WPTV909/Five Mile Point/34-25-51.0/111-30-14.5/Strawberry/Coconino//857.88750/
WPTV909/Five Mile Point/34-25-51.0/111-30-14.5/Strawberry/Coconino//858.88750/
WPTV909/Five Mile Point/34-25-51.0/111-30-14.5/Strawberry/Coconino///855.28750/NEW
WPTV909/Five Mile Point/34-25-51.0/111-30-14.5/Strawberry/Coconino///860.83750/NEW
WPWE779/Jacks Peak/36-41-51.9/111-37-48.5/Page/Coconino//856.41250/
WPWE779/Jacks Peak/36-41-51.9/111-37-48.5/Page/Coconino//857.41250/
WPWE779/Jacks Peak/36-41-51.9/111-37-48.5/Page/Coconino//858.41250/
WPWE779/Jacks Peak/36-41-51.9/111-37-48.5/Page/Coconino///854.86250/NEW
WPWE779/Jacks Peak/36-41-51.9/111-37-48.5/Page/Coconino///855.63750/NEW
WPWF784/MT Lemmon/32-26-29.3/110-46-46.3/Summerhaven/Pima//854.91250/
WPWF784/MT Lemmon/32-26-29.3/110-46-46.3/Summerhaven/Pima//855.11250/
WPWF784/MT Lemmon/32-26-29.3/110-46-46.3/Summerhaven/Pima//855.38750/
WPWF784/MT Lemmon/32-26-29.3/110-46-46.3/Summerhaven/Pima//855.63750/
WPWF784/MT Lemmon/32-26-29.3/110-46-46.3/Summerhaven/Pima//855.93750/
WPWF784/MT Lemmon/32-26-29.3/110-46-46.3/Summerhaven/Pima///857.81250/NEW
WPWF784/MT Lemmon/32-26-29.3/110-46-46.3/Summerhaven/Pima///860.91250/NEW
WPWI750/Towers Mtn/34-14-03.1/112-22-04.6/Crown King/Yavapai//856.3125/
WPWI750/Towers Mtn/34-14-03.1/112-22-04.6/Crown King/Yavapai//858.3125/
WPWI750/Towers Mtn/34-14-03.1/112-22-04.6/Crown King/Yavapai//859.3125/
WPWI750/Towers Mtn/34-14-03.1/112-22-04.6/Crown King/Yavapai//860.3125/
WQBM249/Brookbank/34-19-46.1/110-44-50.4/Heber/Navajo//856.88750/
WQBM249/Brookbank/34-19-46.1/110-44-50.4/Heber/Navajo//857.88750/
WQBM249/Brookbank/34-19-46.1/110-44-50.4/Heber/Navajo//858.88750/
WQBM249/Brookbank/34-19-46.1/110-44-50.4/Heber/Navajo///855.56250/NEW
WQBM249/Brookbank/34-19-46.1/110-44-50.4/Heber/Navajo///857.56250/NEW
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Very nice work sir

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Ok, went thru the thread and created a new P25 TRS for APS.

https://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=9455

Please take a look in your areas for new sites coming alive....

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looking the thru licenses posted here and searching the FCC ULS are not turning up the new frequencies that APS are using - even a search for the range near them doesn't show up either

both mingus mountain and mt. francis have new control channels

mingus - 855.640
mt. francis - 860.7625 is still active

is there another way to search the FCC ULS to find these new frequencies being added?

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Greetings,

My trusty 396 is reporting:

855.9375
000A-2121

Sitting in a hotel in Kingman, likely Hualapai Mtn.
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there was an automated message on the old moto 2 system today as of saying something of the channel closing and if you think it shouldn't to call a number

i'll try to get the whole message next time it plays on the system

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talkgroups 25712 and 6480 has started to play the automated message this morning

no other talkgroups of yet today are carrying this message but that might change
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