2020 Indy 500

cubn

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No real surprises. Almost no activity on the public safety trunked systems, though I did discover that Speedway PD Special Ops channel is now encrypted. I focused this year on IndyCar Officials and driver frequencies.

IndyCar officials and driver frequencies from this year's Indy 500: http://forums.radioreference.com/threads/indycar2020.410255/post-3363736
468.825 (103.5) Indy Car Race Control

451.7250 (218.1) IMS "Fire Channel"
452.0500 (186.2) IMS Maintenance
461.3125 (712 DPL) IMS Traffic

IDPS TRS S1-T2 traffic detail

450.8375 (167.9)
454.000 (CSQ)
455.1375 (CSQ)

141.175 (AM) USAF Thunderbirds
 

west-pac

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No real surprises. Almost no activity on the public safety trunked systems, though I did discover that Speedway PD Special Ops channel is now encrypted. I focused this year on IndyCar Officials and driver frequencies.
Speedway PD Special Ops is already marked in the database as being encryption-capable. They could've been using encryption yesterday, but that doesn't mean it'll still be encrypted next week.
 

milf

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Both SPD and LPD pretty much now have their Ops TG strapped full time on the new codeplugs. Everyone is using the big E more often this year at the slightest hint of "troubles" to put it bluntly. There is even a set of strapped S1 Tacs in use if needed now. As well as MCSO has actually begun to use the strapped Ops set for disturbances. I have not checked to see if the new codeplugs have a set of strapped TG's on S2 yet as I have been trying to work on some other things. IMPD has a strapped version of MET-CW also, but I have not caught it in use yet. Even the Airport PD has added the encryption option on thier Ops 3 TG on the new codeplugs.
 
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