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Old 04-18-2017, 11:48 PM
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Default 172.000 trs CC @ KPIIT

I was killing some time searching out TSA and came across a strong CC there. Any ideas? Didn't have time to capture anything on other channels or a sys id.

I can only guess the PANG.

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Old 04-19-2017, 8:13 AM
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If you mean Pittsburgh (KPIT) then I believe the Air National Guard has a new trunked system at the airport
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Yes, KPIT.
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Did you get a CC Yet ??
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I was killing some time searching out TSA and came across a strong CC there. Any ideas? Didn't have time to capture anything on other channels or a sys id.

I can only guess the PANG.

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TSA is P25 on that frequency at many airports. No trunking.
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Old 04-24-2017, 8:27 AM
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Dave, 172.9000 Yes, but not 172.0000

And as a reminder to folks the TSA has change NAC's at each airport.
$001 is No Longer the default
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TSA was observed on 172.150, 169.300, 173.0875 all P25
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Dave, where was .0875 caught ?
I've only seen that in Seattle at SEATAC
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Dave, 172.9000 Yes, but not 172.0000

And as a reminder to folks the TSA has change NAC's at each airport.
$001 is No Longer the default
Oops, yes, my bad. .9 is correct for TSA.

172.000 is generally listed as FAA. AFAIK, there is no trunking on the 169-172 MHz FAA/TSA channels.
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I'm out near the airport and don't see any control channels around 172. Perhaps you heard a long P25 transmission or the long tail of a P25 repeater and mistook it as a CC.
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