East Hanover PD

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Bill1

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Has anyone been hearing East Hanover PD on the frequencies listed in the RR database? I have PD1 and PD2 programmed in my SDS100 as NFM, and have CTCSS/DCS Search enabled in case they have changed CTCSS tones. I have not heard any transmissions at all in several weeks of monitoring, despite living in a neighboring town.

I also looked at the FCC ULS database for licenses held by East Hanover, found some old low-band frequencies, and have not heard anything on those either.
 

ansky

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I wonder if this has anything to do with it:

 

Tech792

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East Hanover and Hanover are two different towns. Unless they planned on jumping on Hanover's system.
 

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East Hanover and Hanover are two different towns. Unless they planned on jumping on Hanover's system.
It wouldn't be crazy for them to do so as they have a number of shared services and cooperative agreements already in place for various different functions and services. However, I haven't seen any discussions here in the forums in regards to it.
 

Bill1

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Looking at the proposed coverage map of the new Hanover Township system, it appears that East Hanover would be in the fringe coverage area of the radiation pattern. I wonder if anyone has heard East Hanover on the Morris County system perhaps? East Hanover's municipality code is 1410 so they might be heard as "41" cars.
 

GTR8000

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See my update in the Hanover Twsp thread...the sites have changed.
 
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