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Joseph11

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That's US Customs and Border Protection (CBP). What PL were you getting?

US Customs and Border Protection (CBP):
  • 165.2375 R - A1 - PL 100.0 Hz
    166.4375 R - A2 - PL 100.0 Hz
    164.6000 R - A6 - PL 100.0 Hz
    166.4875 R - A7 - PL 100.0 Hz
    165.6875 R - A8 - PL 100.0 Hz

    282.4250 S - Air - CSQ (AM mode)

Also, monitor 169.4500 MHz (PL 100.0 Hz).
 
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Yea, I knew what it was. It popped up on my Signal Stalker 2055 mobile with a Maxrad 1545 dual band 3db gain antenna. Most older Fed ch's are now used in the simplex mode. Those still using repeaters are encrypted. Thanks for reply, Larry
 

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I could have sworn I've heard an ATF unit on 165.2375 PL 100.0 in the Columbia area. Apparently there is a repeater in the Columbia area, but it isn't used very often.
 

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I've read that the ATF uses 165.2875 MHz (PL 100.0 Hz). Any chance it could have been that?
 

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I monitored 165.2375 yesterday in the Pelham Rd area and heard no voice traiffic. I did hear what sounded like ANI (MDC1200).
 
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Joseph11

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That's OTAR (over-the-air rekey). It's changing the encryption key in the radios.
 

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Yes it is an ATF freq, BUT, they rarely use any repeaters. Surveillance simplex is the common use for all Federal VHF. What I heard was surveillance.
 
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