Any lo-band in use in CO?

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booger2

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Anyone still use Lo-band (30-50 MHz) here in CO? Just curious. Seems like we have moved all the
lo-band and UHF (other than Med channels) off to something else.
 

Mick

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Here's what I've logged in El Paso County:

37.70 "Red 2" "Iron gunner"
44.58 data WQIY627/WQNK649 BNSF Railway F1D
45.24 107.2 KLM729/WPGQ988 State of Colo “State EOC” Weekly NET 1030 Monday; EOC 1
46.00 KNJS824 Ellicott SD 22
47.54 146.2 WPUL243 Widefield SD 3
49.38 100.0 KAB414 Interstate Gas

Military:
36.50 Range Control “Butts radio” simulcast at times w/38.35, 138.15, 259.9
38.35 Range Control simulcast at times w/36.50 & 259.9; helos here
38.90 "Range Control" "Butts"
39.60 151.4 Range Control
41.50 Butts Radio
44.10 "Butts" AAF PMSV "Metro"
46.10 151.4 Range Control
46.65 Range Control
 

prcguy

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Your 151.4Hz tone on the military freqs should be 150.0Hz.
prcguy


Here's what I've logged in El Paso County:

37.70 "Red 2" "Iron gunner"
44.58 data WQIY627/WQNK649 BNSF Railway F1D
45.24 107.2 KLM729/WPGQ988 State of Colo “State EOC” Weekly NET 1030 Monday; EOC 1
46.00 KNJS824 Ellicott SD 22
47.54 146.2 WPUL243 Widefield SD 3
49.38 100.0 KAB414 Interstate Gas

Military:
36.50 Range Control “Butts radio” simulcast at times w/38.35, 138.15, 259.9
38.35 Range Control simulcast at times w/36.50 & 259.9; helos here
38.90 "Range Control" "Butts"
39.60 151.4 Range Control
41.50 Butts Radio
44.10 "Butts" AAF PMSV "Metro"
46.10 151.4 Range Control
46.65 Range Control
 
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