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900 MHz TRS

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I finally got serious about 'finding' (licensed owner and/or tower location) a local Motorola 900Mhz TRS. It uses 5 frequencies between 938-939Mhz, System Id is 511e and it has been in operation for a few years. A statewide search on the FCC database shows no licensed frequencies in this range. I recorded the cw identifier on the lowest frequency and came up with this: YS0325P. Is this a valid FCC license/registration number? Any ideas on how or where to find information on this site?

Here is link to the site http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=5696

Donald
 

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n2mdk said:
It may sound funny but one place to look might be with the company itself http://www.artisticwaste.com/index.jsp
Didn't find anything on the website, but I'm not too surprised. Would have been more surprised to have found any communication info. I don't think Artistic owns the system (although they seem to be the most active users) but if they did, it could be licensed in a different name.

nd5y said:
That isn't a valid callsign.
It might be this one http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsSearch/license.jsp?licKey=209385
Auctioned licenses can be hard to work with because they are for a blocks of frequencies in a market area isntead of individual sites and frequencies.
But it does look like it might be this one. I think the licensee is part of another company that runs a couple TRS's here. I will keep checking on it.

Thanks, Donald
 
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