794.5625?

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lsh1885

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Anybody know anything about what this frequency is used for, there is no info in the data base for this frequency. I am hearing a motorola control channel there.
 

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I am in East Orange County, according to the data base Lake County isn't using that frequency all the 700 MHZ frequencies are in the 770 range. The signal is very strong so I am thinking it would likely be coming from either Orange or Seminole county.
 

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Well, on this scanner I am using (PSR-500), on the data stream it is reading it shows, no connect tone, no system ID, but a whole bunch of TG ID's. 2640, 27664 26608 to name a few. I guess I'll try to program this system in manually and see if I can hear something.
 

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794.5625 isn't a control channel anymore as of midnight it is a voice channel and it is Seminole County and I also heard Seminole County traffic on 794.6375, I can't believe that. Could I possibly be getting some sort of bleed over from 800 MHZ?
 

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794.5625 isn't a control channel anymore as of midnight it is a voice channel and it is Seminole County and I also heard Seminole County traffic on 794.6375, I can't believe that. Could I possibly be getting some sort of bleed over from 800 MHZ?
I think i can help you on that!

Its a image of a 800 mhz , aka bleed over, i have a pro 162 and it happens alot even when i am close to a tower, I am a half mile away from the tower here in slidell la, and i get blooed over from it alot and it happens your getting bleed over form the 800 mhz bad!
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It happens once in a while, not much you can do about it, it would be nice to see analog conversations on the 700 mhz, but i really cant see that happening
 
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