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Old 06-09-2018, 6:32 AM
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Well hello, thanks for the third LCN information, it's appreciated. Referring to six frequencies, that's just me having a Senior Moment and not being specific. There are certainly only three base frequencies, I was simply referring to all of the frequencies, mobile and control included.. That system is low powered and even from West Asheville, I have trouble pulling it in. But when I can get it, it's worth the trouble. Good to hear from you.
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Old 06-09-2018, 3:22 PM
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Here are some unknown NXDN frequencies in the High Point/Thomasville/Lexington area:

452.2625 System 340 Site 1 RAN 1
463.350 System unknown RAN30

A look through the FCC ULS didn't return much. Any ideas?
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452.2625 System 340 Site 1 RAN 1

It's the Chestnut Knob site of NEXWAN in Henry County VA outside of Martinsville. You can find it in the Virginia listings. The signal reaches the Triad.
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Thanks for the information! I didn't even think about looking for NXDN systems in Virginia.
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Old 06-13-2018, 7:52 PM
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So I decided to scan the 800Mhz band and ran into a bunch of unknowns in Winston-Salem. Here's what I found, all NXDN96:

854.400 RAN 2 LCN 6
854.4125 RAN 2 LCN 5
854.4625 RAN 2 LCN 8
854.475 RAN 2 LCN 7
854.5125 RAN 2
854.525 RAN 2
857.0125 RAN 2
857.2375 RAN 1
858.0625 RAN 2
859.1125 RAN 7
859.6625 RAN 2

I have no idea if its safe to assume all of the RAN 2's are part of the same system or not. Some of the frequencies match up to license WQUD882 for Wake Forest Baptist Hospital but others do not. Looks like more monitoring is needed.
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It also appears the NC & SC site are indeed linked. Heard radio techs on TG 1 asking for radio checks. One tech was in Columbia,SC and the other was in Mount Airy,NC.
Been hearing an increasing number of radio tech calls for radio checks on TG 1 and TG 2 to include today some apparent "accidental" use of one sided encryption (apparently the receive was seeing an identifier but receiving no voice). My TRX was seeing/heard both sides (encrypted side just tone of course) to include the radio IDs but the Uniden only the one side.

The above actually followed a number of fully encrypted voice calls on TG 15.
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So I decided to scan the 800Mhz band and ran into a bunch of unknowns in Winston-Salem. Here's what I found, all NXDN96:

854.400 RAN 2 LCN 6
854.4125 RAN 2 LCN 5
854.4625 RAN 2 LCN 8
854.475 RAN 2 LCN 7
854.5125 RAN 2
854.525 RAN 2
857.0125 RAN 2
857.2375 RAN 1
858.0625 RAN 2
859.1125 RAN 7
859.6625 RAN 2

I have no idea if its safe to assume all of the RAN 2's are part of the same system or not. Some of the frequencies match up to license WQUD882 for Wake Forest Baptist Hospital but others do not. Looks like more monitoring is needed.
So for the last month and a half now I've tried unsuccessfully to map the Baptist NXDN system. Every time I put in a new combination of frequencies I get a different LCN. Is the any hope of figuring this system out with my 436/536? I have managed to properly track some conversations on this busy system but feel like I'm missing some as well.
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