Amazon - Macon

N4CYA

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Has anyone heard anything on the new Amazon Facility in Macon? Here are the frequencies listed on the FCC ULS database.

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relicwr

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I've sat on FB2's for several hours recently and haven't heard anything.
 

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I've sat on FB2's for several hours recently and haven't heard anything.
Same with me but I do pick up 452.200 analog sounds like Maintenance workers but not sure if its for Amazon or different county that uses the same frequency but analog.
 

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This past Thursday I heard 451.900 only sort few comms between people seems they are using a NXDN system for their communications.
 

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The Amazon facilities I've seen listed on Radioreference (including the one near me) use DMR with the lowest frequency being CC 7 and each frequency after being the next CC, like this one:
That is exactly the way our new Amazon center here in Monroe, Ohio is set up (so new I haven't submitted it yet!)....

I remember seeing this thread after sitting on these frequencies for quite a few months; waiting for activity. Drove me buggy! I made more than enough drive-bys, to the point I felt like I almost worked there... Figured they would use a CAP+ system, so I set things up ahead of time to "prepare"... no such luck!

Thanks for the inspiration with the Adams County, Colorado info!
 

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Why would they change CC's with each different frequency? Seems it just makes more work with programming, with no real benefit to the end user
 

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I let it sit for a long time and I still haven't received anything.

Well I spoke too soon... 451.9 is DMR though.
 
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