Have you looked at the FCC database? There are a few frequencies not listed int he RR DB. Looks like they were issued a new license on 3/19/2010 under the call of WQLP372 (under GREENE, COUNTY OF, not Motorola. Motorola doesn't show up with anything licensed in VA. Motorola probably sold them the radios, ULS License - Public Safety Pool, Conventional License - WQLP372 - GREENE, COUNTY OF). Its looks like they added a few new frequencies and are re-using a few. When I first looked at it, I had my emission types mixed up. Someone may want to look at it closer.Ohh, they have changed something. There's nothing on their old frequency now except a birdie being sent out every few seconds. A dispatcher told me they have gone to digital and that the license is in the name of Motorola, not Greene County.
And the most amazing thing is I live no where close to Greene Co. and I never left my desk at home!! I used the FCC search feature from the RR database home page under "Search FCC Data". I just searched for "Greene" in Virginia. I then went through and compared what was listed in the FCC database to what was in the RR database. To have access to that part of RR, you need a premium account, which you have.How in the world did they find that many VHF channels with STARS around???
I get up there often, I will have to take a few minutes and try those frequencies.
I just read it again and you're right. I hope one of those are what the op was looking for.Mike, what I think he meant was that STARS took up so many of the previously available VHF frequencies in Virginia, he was surprised there were enough around for Greene County to get all those new ones. ;-)