380 MHz. P-25 Hudson Valley NY

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paul

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Found two new-to-me P-25 control channels in New York's Mid Hudson Valley.

Strongest signal is 380.0625 MHz. Pro96Com shows WACN: BEE00 System ID:
58A Site: 002 Flavor: Phase 2. Pro96Com shows no other channels.

Somewhat weaker signal is 385.8875 Mhz. Pro96Com shows WACN: BEE00
System ID: 58A Site: 001 Flavor: Phase 2. Pro96Com does show other channels:
386.1875
386.4875
386.800

Could these be associated with West Point? Their two site VHF trunked
system is still on the air and in use. Looks like a Phase 2 scanner would be
needed to try to monitor these systems.
 

ecps92

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RadioReference.com - Scanner Frequencies and Radio Frequency Reference Database

Found two new-to-me P-25 control channels in New York's Mid Hudson Valley.

Strongest signal is 380.0625 MHz. Pro96Com shows WACN: BEE00 System ID:
58A Site: 002 Flavor: Phase 2. Pro96Com shows no other channels.

Somewhat weaker signal is 385.8875 Mhz. Pro96Com shows WACN: BEE00
System ID: 58A Site: 001 Flavor: Phase 2. Pro96Com does show other channels:
386.1875
386.4875
386.800

Could these be associated with West Point? Their two site VHF trunked
system is still on the air and in use. Looks like a Phase 2 scanner would be
needed to try to monitor these systems.
 

nd5y

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If you are close enough to get a good signal it should not be challenge to find all the voice channels and submit those. If this is a Harris system like they have at some other Army locations, the control channels will change. You can also put all unidentified talkgroups, even if they are all encrypted, in the Wiki. Doing those things would at least help if other people think they found something new.
 
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