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Freq. in DE 154.700

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pinetree

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I programmed 154.700 in my mobil scanner by mistake. I hear often a unit saying he is going to eat lunch on the way to Delaware City. There is also other traffic from the same unit and several others talking to the same base possibly located in Kent Co. I looked in all the FCC data bases no luck. Anyone have an Idea who this is.
 

mandlair

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hi pinetree(Dave) it looks like all the frequencies in that range are public works or along that lines 154.695 is the closest of found. which would pick up on that freq. just a thought Mike
 

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It seems that mandlair is right on the ball 154.695 is the freq. I am going to do some checking but it has to be a real hot transmitter to bleed that much.
 

Joseph11

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What PL/DPL are you getting on it? The PSP has a repeater on 154.6950 MHz with a PL tone of 186.2 Hz.
 
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