Amazon.com Fulfilment Center San Marcos

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Myles

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Amazon.com has a pretty busy operation going during the holiday season. Their fulfillment center in San Marcos has lots of activity on their DMR freqs.
WQXM221
Each repeater has it's own color code and seems to use only one TG per time slot.
Heard very well at the outlets as they are about a mile or two away.

The ones I didn't hear I'm guessing on as it follows a definite pattern.

451.900 CC7 S1 TG6100 sounds like security
S2 TG 6200
452.275 CC8 S1 TG 6300
S2 TG 6400 (not heard)
452.975 CC9 S1 TG 6500 (not heard)
S2 TG 6600 (not heard)
461.225 CC10 S1 TG 6700 (not heard)
S2 TG 6800
461.525 CC11 S1 TG 6900
S2 TG 7000
462.375 CC12 S1 TG 7100 (not heard)
S2 TG 7200
464.800 CC13 S1 TG 7300 (not heard)
S2 TG 7400
464.875 CC14 S1 TG 7500 (not heard)
S2 TG 7600 (not heard)
 

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Thanks !!

Thanks for the info....
I haven't purchased the upgrade yet for by BCD536HP for that yet....is it easy to setup...do you just import via Radio Reference and it works for the DMR system?
 

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Thanks for the info....
I haven't purchased the upgrade yet for by BCD536HP for that yet....is it easy to setup...do you just import via Radio Reference and it works for the DMR system?
The "hardest" part of the upgrade is entering the key after you purchase it. You just have to be sure & enter the complete key, including the dashes.

Appending systems from the database is hit and miss. Some of them were entered in the database incomplete, others are spot on. And there are a bunch of systems that have not been identified, mapped out, and submitted.
 
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