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micor47

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Anyone know what frequencies Big River steel is using in Osceola?
I know that they are using a Capacity Plus system.
 

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Looking them up by their FRN, that is their only license. Could they be under a different name? Are they renting/leasing the system from a local "radio shop" that has systems up in that area? Look at the county level in the db and then see if there are any trunked or business systems held by local comms companies.
 

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Looking them up by their FRN, that is their only license. Could they be under a different name? Are they renting/leasing the system from a local "radio shop" that has systems up in that area? Look at the county level in the db and then see if there are any trunked or business systems held by local comms companies.
Tried all that to no avail. I think they are leasing the radios. They may be using them under TMS Big River steel, but, cannot locate anything around the county with a valid license.
The license that I found was for controlling the locomotives via remote control.
 

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I think they are leasing the radios.

So the system may be licensed under the comms company and not the name of the business using them. Perhaps they are using one of the ones listen on this page: Mississippi County, Arkansas (AR) Trunked Systems

Remember that the db is only as good as the submissions it receives so it could be that it's new and just hasn't been submitted yet. Of course, the FCC license should be out there but, again, it could be under the name of a comms company and not the business.
 
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