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Colorado profile?

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ResQguy

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Does anyone have a profile built for Colorado DTRS that they'd be willing to share?
 

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I built one a couple of weeks ago for the I-70 corridor from KS state line west to Summit County, including the Denver Metro area and the Ft. Collins area. I was just using the G4 in Monitor Mode, so it really doesn't have any Talk Groups in it, only the control freqs and site aliases for said towers. Not sure if that would be of use to you or not.
 

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Sorry I never got a notification someone replied. I'd be willing to give it a shot when I return in a few weeks. I ended up using band scan and the denver simulcast for a few talkgroups.
 
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