172.15 uses NAC 0B5 and encrypted. Seen while east of the city on I-64/I-295. Who?
Keep in mind other agencies (outside of TSA) have been assigned this freq.
And you have an agency in KY already using $238, so it could be them.
Access to watching the Radio ID's might help with the ID
Initially it appeared that more and more of the TSA operations were going encrypted, and part of the reason was the new radios being deployed with a more coordinated effort at nationwide encryption key management. The first wave of new TSA radios seemed to be encrypted full time and we were told this was to be the new normal. However, as the changes with the hardware started showing up in carious regions, the encryption was found not to be used 100% of the time, in some areas.This may be a ChrisP question, but anybody here is welcome to reply. Around the whole country, is TSA encrypted more often, in the clear more often, or might it even actually vary shift by shift or week by week at the various airports around the United States?
on 11/13/16 in the evening from a high point in central NC i recieved,As CP mentioned, likely TSA (altho the Freq is shared with other agencies), other areas we are seeing NEW NAC's for TSA - no idea what's up right now with these changes
Ah good, I was hoping you might know something. I had checked your list and hadn't seen anything right off the bat, but I easily skim past stuff too. That was what i figured but appreciate confirmation. this is why i have many frequencies left as CSQ instead of with a reported squelch code so i don't miss something. which with the pro-668 is frustrating if you aren't there to watch it cause it doesnt record that if its a scan list. got a number or weird ones lately that due to that i haven't a clue what they are. Thanks again.That radio ID falls in the known TSA radio ID range I've logged, just FYI.