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Some notes from recent visit to Guadalajara area...

New P25 Phase I system for the state of Jalisco has been implemented.


Appears PEMEX is starting to switch to P25 system ID 03DE.
851.5500 control channel for site 01-42.
852.3000 control channel for site 01-38.
No voice channels monitored.


Older Motorola system (business) system ID 7B0B.
Single site using 854.0500 as control channel.
No voice channels monitored.


462.9625 operating in P25 mode with NAC=293
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The PEMEX P25 system still has no voice channels, only two control channels 851.3000 and 851.5500.
There is nothing else between 853 and 866 to monitor in the zone I live and work.

462.9625 in P25 with NAC=293 is the frequency in use by the SITRAN buses. A government bus system that runs 4 routes in the city.

461.6500 in P25 with NAC=293 in the frequency in use by the Electric Train System in Guadalajara (Tren Ligero).

There are a lot of new users of DMR but I have not been able to do the upgrade for my scanner (Uniden web is not responding).

There is a Motorola Analog Trunking system in the 438-439 mhz in use for several commercial and private entities.

I'll be sending soon an update for the Jalisco Public Safety System DB.
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Hi!

The PEMEX P25 system still has no voice channels, only two control channels 851.3000 and 851.5500.
There is nothing else between 853 and 866 to monitor in the zone I live and work.

462.9625 in P25 with NAC=293 is the frequency in use by the SITRAN buses. A government bus system that runs 4 routes in the city.

461.6500 in P25 with NAC=293 in the frequency in use by the Electric Train System in Guadalajara (Tren Ligero).

There are a lot of new users of DMR but I have not been able to do the upgrade for my scanner (Uniden web is not responding).

There is a Motorola Analog Trunking system in the 438-439 mhz in use for several commercial and private entities.

I'll be sending soon an update for the Jalisco Public Safety System DB.
iGracias para los instrucciones de stereo del policia! ¿Esta es la sistema por Los Federales? iChao!
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iGracias para los instrucciones de stereo del policia! ¿Esta es la sistema por Los Federales? iChao!
No, Federales are on a TETRA System between 390-395 mhz, I haven't been able to receive their signal on my zone.
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No, Federales are on a TETRA System between 390-395 mhz, I haven't been able to receive their signal on my zone.
TETRA? Ouch... I guess they would have to be. I hope my Spanish wasn't too bad lol...
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