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NorthCOVideo

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Going down to Bandimere this weekend for Truck Fest and was wondering if anybody knew of any frequencies they use down there. I looked through the database and couldn't seen to find anything. Guess if nobody has anything I'll have to listen for them while I'm there and submit them to the database later, I also need to do that one of these days for Colorado National Speedway.

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scanlist

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Your sig shows you have a BC396. If no luck with info here turn on close call when you're at the track.
 

utlchris

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Nathan,

You might start with these via the FCC database. Between close call and this you should be set.

461.1875
461.7375
461.8375
461.8625
461.9125
464.4625
464.6875
466.1375
466.1625
466.2125
466.2375
466.4375
466.6625
466.9875
467.0625
467.0875
467.8625
468.4125
468.7125
469.6625
 

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Osoklrs,

I was up there last weekend. The "staff" were using a MotoTRBO system which is currently not scannable (is that a word?). That's why Chris came up with all those narrow-band freqs. However, there are many teams using conventional UHF but they don't talk much (Motorola PR 200/400). The maintenance/janitorial staff seem to be using some older UHF radios that I didn't recognize. Of course, there are others that are using the FRS radios...
 

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Going down to Bandimere this weekend for Truck Fest and was wondering if anybody knew of any frequencies they use down there. I looked through the database and couldn't seen to find anything. Guess if nobody has anything I'll have to listen for them while I'm there and submit them to the database later, I also need to do that one of these days for Colorado National Speedway.

Thanks
West Metro does some work up there on Tac7. They were up there landing choppers and treating patients last weekend for the Mile High Nationals.
 

NorthCOVideo

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Hey thanks guys, I'll have to see what I find or if some of those frequencies will work. Was thinking I would either was going to use my Pro-83 or 396 for CC, but now it seems from what you guys have said, theres a diverse group of radios down there I'll be using my 396.
 
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