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indiana1983

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This is what I have so far for Decatur County Sheriff? Can anyone tell me what this all means? I actaully dont know what info this is telling me. Peope say that if you look at all this it tells you alot.

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Loc # Frequency Emission Class Mob Pag Pwr
2 158.91000000 20K0F3E MO 65 0 110.000
3 154.86000000 20K0F3E FB2 1 0 110.000
4 158.91000000 20K0F3E FX1 1 0 110.000
5 154.86000000 20K0F3E FB2 1 0 110.000
5 158.77500000 20K0F3E FB2 1 0 50.0000
 

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the only important information is the Frequency. The rest is just technical information.
 

indiana1983

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What does all that mean though? I am trying to education myself on what does the class mean and what the numbers mean as well?

Any help would be appericated.

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indiana1983 said:
This is what I have so far for Decatur County Sheriff? Can anyone tell me what this all means? I actaully dont know what info this is telling me. Peope say that if you look at all this it tells you alot.

Thanks



Loc # Frequency Emission Class Mob Pag Pwr
2 158.91000000 20K0F3E MO 65 0 110.000
3 154.86000000 20K0F3E FB2 1 0 110.000
4 158.91000000 20K0F3E FX1 1 0 110.000
5 154.86000000 20K0F3E FB2 1 0 110.000
5 158.77500000 20K0F3E FB2 1 0 50.0000


The location # is where the transmitter is the address.
The 158.9100 is the radio freq and the 20K0F3E is the radio emissions such as voice data or digital communications the FB2 or MO is the station class and the 110.00 is the power output either the actual output or the effective radiated power output meaning if the antenna is only 100 foot high and the actual power output is 25 watts with the height and actual power = 110.00 watts just an example not actual figures the MOB is how many units looks like 65 on 1 and only 1 on the others and no pagers

On the FCC web site those should be marked in blue if you click on lets say the location number 1 it should give you the addres where it is.
 

indiana1983

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So exactly what frequencies are in use. I know some frequences are mobile and some are others. How ever if I am undestand it shows that FB2 is a repeater frequency. There are 3 frequencies that are listed as FB2 and 1 that is FB1 and another that is MO. Can you explain what set of frequencies wih each other.
 

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Now you ask a different set of questions... Why not look in the database, HERE, and you'll see what frequencies are in use.
 
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