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MikeKC2CYE

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I was monitoring their freq. this weekend and heard nothing. It sounded like the repeater was keying up constantly. Any ideas what frequency they are using?

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Hello. Are they active on any licensed frqs?

KRV409
BURRILLVILLE, TOWN OF
PO Box 231
HARRISVILLE, RI 02830
Control Points: POLICE STA OLD VICTORY HWY, BURRILLVILLE, RI
Eligibility: 90.19A - APPLICANT IS ENGAGED IN THE OPERATION OF A POLICE DEPARTMENT. TWO WAY RADIO WILL BE USED TO BETTER COORDINATE THIS ACTIVITY.
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155.565
156.09
158.97
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Mick,
Yes, they are active on 159.210R. It seems that there was an issue with the repeater(at least this weekend). I was unable to find them on any of their other licensed frequencies. I will be back in the area in 2 weeks and hopefully the problem is repaired.
 

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Burriville experienced an issue with the 159.210 repeater this weekend. The recent heavy rains decided to infitrate the phone lines thus causing the constant keying you are referring to. It has since been corrected and they are back online.
 

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Thanks for the reply. I am glad that the problem has been repaired. Do you have any idea what frequency they used while the system was down?
 
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