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Base Space and offset

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briconellis

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Can someone help me figure out the base frequency space and offset for the freqs below? I am obviously not smart enough to figure out the trunked frequency table I got off of this site so I need some help from a pro.

Thank you

406.3500
406.7500
407.1500
407.5500
407.9500
408.2000
408.7500
409.1500
409.5500
409.7500
409.9500C
410.2000
413.3500
413.4000
414.7500
415.1500
415.5500
415.9500
416.3500
416.7500
417.1500
417.5500
418.3500
419.1500

The contol channel changes often.
 

mikey60

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There's not enough information here to figure out the settings you're looking for.

What system is it that you are trying to figure out?

Where is it located?

Is it in the RR database?

These answers will help us to help you...

Mike
 

briconellis

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I have attached the RR data sheet for this system. Using the base freq settings on the sheet I am getting no hits at all and I know there is a lot of activity on the system. Additionally, The data sheet doesn't show half of the freqs that I am hearing.

I hope this helps.
If it not too much trouble I would love to know how to calculate the proper settings.

Thanks
 

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briconellis said:
I have attached the RR data sheet for this system. Using the base freq settings on the sheet I am getting no hits at all and I know there is a lot of activity on the system. Additionally, The data sheet doesn't show half of the freqs that I am hearing.

I hope this helps.
If it not too much trouble I would love to know how to calculate the proper settings.

Thanks

are you using a pro96 or 2096? is the sytem 3600 or 9600?
if you are using either of above you might try offset 4096 or 8192. set table custom.
two mil. bases near me went to 9600 about a year ago. they have been removed from the database.
 
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