I'm getting a CC on 502.850 Nassau County, NY

GTR8000

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502.825 is the Oyster Bay simulcast control channel. What are you using to pick it up?
 

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502.825 is the Oyster Bay simulcast control channel. What are you using to pick it up?
SDS100. I have to revisit this and see if I am getting bleed over.

OK Interesting. When you do a search with the SDS100, the radio does stop in random places with a P25 stronger signal. I just got it to stop on 502.825 also displaying all of the same NAC and SYS ID's. But if it overshoots it, it still displays the same particulars but a different freq. A little bug in the radio I guess. Getting it at an average of -82 dBm
I do have my Filter set at Wide Normal and FM mode. I bet that has something to do with it.
 
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Try setting the filter to Invert and see if that makes a difference. Also, although there are some T-Band users who did not narrowband due to the FCC waiver issued in April 2012 (NYPD, for example), most did, so you should have 450-512 set for NFM. P25 is always narrow regardless of band, that's just a characteristic of the modulation.
 

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Try setting the filter to Invert and see if that makes a difference. Also, although there are some T-Band users who did not narrowband due to the FCC waiver issued in April 2012 (NYPD, for example), most did, so you should have 450-512 set for NFM. P25 is always narrow regardless of band, that's just a characteristic of the modulation.
Thanks GTR I will give that a try.
 
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