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Old 07-24-2016, 8:34 AM
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No, never gotten NAC 309. I'll keep an eye on it.
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163.4750 NAC 309, Hampton Roads VA, in the clear, looked in NAC Wiki, falls between DoD, BP, and ICE
Radio ID 5231080, falls under CBP .
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Smile 173.4625 $123 likely solved

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might as well throw this out there since months of monitoring have gotten me nowhere

173.4625 NAC 123 - Encrypted 100%
Central NC, presumably Charlotte due to signal strength, which is right strong.

full time encryption, and i mean absolute. USPS inspectors are prob the only other group i have yet to hear an un-encrypted peep out of, but they aren't very chatty either. this however is one of the most active fed freqs i have come across and they are not short winded when they get going either. to top it off, i have a very substantial list of unique RIDs that continues to accumulate.

now i know that this freq is attributed to mainly agencies like US Army Corp of Engineers, who i can't see having a need for encryption on this level, so let's just rule that one out. any ideas aside from the super secret black budget USCOE's TS/UMBRA CID 007 Squad?
to answer my own question, have discovered transmissions involving the same RID series as recorded on above freq, that leads me to believe, with certainty that its military, and likely all of what follows is specifically Air National Guard.

173.4625 $123 still 100% ENC, why? guess cause they can.
173.4375 $131 in the clear (so far) but weak, CLT area

and further north,
173.4125 $123
173.4875 $131
are worth looking out for but very range.

funny thing is 173.4125 was a freq i got off an old Army MH-70 at a MilSurp store that i put in my "long shot" lists. which is the second hit in less than a month out of that list.

found a post from 2001ish a while back that had reported the ANG at CLT used to use:

163.4875

never a peep til at OBX this July and guess what? from the context i am going to assume that

163.4875 - PL186.2

is used by the ground crews at the Dare Co Bombing Range as it was the closest one to my location.

So VHF Fed band is still being used a good bit in NC by the military.
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Old 08-03-2016, 12:09 PM
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_...National_Guard
Stanly County Airport ? for your 2nd Location ?

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to answer my own question, have discovered transmissions involving the same RID series as recorded on above freq, that leads me to believe, with certainty that its military, and likely all of what follows is specifically Air National Guard.

173.4625 $123 still 100% ENC, why? guess cause they can.
173.4375 $131 in the clear (so far) but weak, CLT area

and further north,
173.4125 $123
173.4875 $131
are worth looking out for but very range.

funny thing is 173.4125 was a freq i got off an old Army MH-70 at a MilSurp store that i put in my "long shot" lists. which is the second hit in less than a month out of that list.

found a post from 2001ish a while back that had reported the ANG at CLT used to use:

163.4875

never a peep til at OBX this July and guess what? from the context i am going to assume that

163.4875 - PL186.2

is used by the ground crews at the Dare Co Bombing Range as it was the closest one to my location.

So VHF Fed band is still being used a good bit in NC by the military.
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155.370 district 7 homeland security analog net call up.Anyone know of other district analog freqs for the intercity net around Nashville.
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ssshhhhh...let's try not to use proper names at this stage. its taken me a YEAR to figure out the 100% Enc 173.4625 mystery, and only then due to range coverage testing being done on one occasion in the clear on said related freqs that were gleaned from a 40yr old Army radio, as i happened to be in the area at rare a time of day(business hours) that occurs roughly 4+/- times a year for me. this counts as ridiculously good luck/timing in many many ways, so i'd rather not burn things prior to knowing if its going to be encrypted (needlessly from my viewpoint) or not. though i probably already have.
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You've just experienced, exactly what Federal Monitoring is about.
The Time, The monitoring, the notes, the signal strength

Sadly, it's a lost art-form, to sit back and do the work with all the new Scanners that hand the info to you.... Good Work
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ssshhhhh...let's try not to use proper names at this stage. its taken me a YEAR to figure out the 100% Enc 173.4625 mystery, and only then due to range coverage testing being done on one occasion in the clear on said related freqs that were gleaned from a 40yr old Army radio, as i happened to be in the area at rare a time of day(business hours) that occurs roughly 4+/- times a year for me. this counts as ridiculously good luck/timing in many many ways, so i'd rather not burn things prior to knowing if its going to be encrypted (needlessly from my viewpoint) or not. though i probably already have.
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Anybody ever gotten 165.5500, I didn't catch that NAC but just want to see what NACS have popped up.
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Nothing heard (Logs) CONUS east of the Mississippi
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Got a new one for you...

408.395 DMR CC2 TG101

Gave a callsign that sounded like KJ530 or KAJ530 at 2200.
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408.395 isn't a valid allocation.
The closest would be 408.4 which is one of the AGA (all government agencies) common use frequencies.
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Looking for info on 164.1750 NAC 4F9 maybe hearing a Maine fed agency? Thanks
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National Parks in New England - Scan New England Wiki
Federal Scanner Frequencies and Radio Frequency Reference

The Band since Spring has been wide open into Maine from Mass
http://aprs.mountainlake.k12.mn.us/

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408.5000 241.8 PL, in the DB as National Interagency Fire Center Logistics 7 , heard a long beep. No voice
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Recent finds from East TN.
170.475 PL 131.8
165.600 PL 100.0
172.9875 PL 100.0
171.575 PL 100.0
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Old 11-22-2016, 5:28 AM
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Just a WAG

170.4750 131.8 is also the input to DBNF in KY for Triangle Mountain
hearing a base station or remote, accessing the Repeater ??

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170.475 PL 131.8
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Long Island New York, I keep getting enc hits on 408.065 n270 with the following rid 2217474, 2217426 5000597 and rid 5 on tg's 4095 and 1.

Any Idea?

Updated,

I see that when 408.200 is active, 408.065 is also. Could this be an image? I have been running this setup for almost a year and always look up and identify what I find. I never saw this one before.

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408.0650 is not valid
Try 408.0500, 408.0625, 408.0750
The UHF Band is 12.5 Khz channels

However, I'm guessing based on the NAC, it is FPS as that is the Common Regional NAC for that Region, but your frequency is way off. Try 408.2000 or 410.8000
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Long Island New York, I keep getting enc hits on 408.065 n270 with the following rid 2217474, 2217426 5000597 and rid 5 on tg's 4095 and 1.

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I have 408.2 in 1 sdrsharp and 408.065 in another sdrsharp. It was pretty much centered and I know my airspy is dead on. I moved it to 408.050 to see what happens. I have to go toss the laundry so I will be back..
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