Hard to say why you're hearing that. 154.57 is in the Industrial/Business pool, and a license search shows nothing to the State of California on that frequency. I've not heard of any CHP extender use of anything other than 154.905.Why am I hearing CHP on 154.570 with a PL of 67.0? Sounds like there mobile extender, but I thought that is on 154.905??
Is it stronger when you are in range of Santiago Peak? Can you also hear with a PL of 162.2?I can hear it when I am mobile (but not all the time)... sometimes miles away from my home and I live in hilly terrain, it sounds exactly as if it were an extender DUE to the fact that the signal varies. Are the extenders radio traffic delayed at all? Because I figured out that it is only the radio traffic from Temecula/Oceanside 39.80mhz. Becasue if I have my scanner tuned to 39.80mhz and my HT (hooked to an external antenna) tuned to 154.570 the radio traffic is real-time, no delay what-so-ever.
wow thats a GREAT idea!The legality is questionable, as FCC rules say you can't run a repeater or "store and forward" operation on MURS frequencies. However, MURS is a license free service and in real life that means that as long as this use of those frequencies isn't bothering/interfering with anybody else's communications, its fine.
I personally think its a cool idea to have MURS set up to a scanner feed.
Hmm... that's true... But if they would go that far to set-up something elaborate as that, you'd they would just monitor CHP direct... And I know they are legally not suppose to monitor CHP cause it breaches the contract they have together...Tow truck company poaching ??