Denver-Metro radio systems with "adjacent" narrowband VHF freqs?

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natedawg1604

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By chance, does anyone know of scannable & actively-used VHF High (150.8-161.9950) radio systems in the Denver-Metro Area which (a) operate in narrowband mode, (b) cover the same geographic area, and (c) utilize adjacent frequencies spaced 7.5 kHz apart? I'm asking because I'd like to see how my scanner handles such a situation.
 

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Will be curious to see if any pop up, and what you think of your unit's selectivity if you find a pair! The only ones that come to mind are geographically far apart, but then, that was pretty normal even before going to narrowband.
 

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? Boulder doesn't have any of its own channels close, and who in the area are any of theirs that close to? Internally, I think about as close as the spacing ever gets is 120KHz.
 
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