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Does anyone have a good list off all the IDOT repeater outputs? I kind of lost track of everything when they started going digital. I now have a digital scanner and want to start monitoring them again.

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I had copied these from the ScanIowa Yahoo!Group a while back...

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Digital, conventional VHF...meaning that it's a digital, non-trunking
system. Repeater output freqs statewide are as follows:
1. 159.180
2. 159.195
3. 159.165
4. 158.895
5. 151.085
6. 159.120
7. 151.190
8. 151.325
9. 156.045
10. 151.250
IDOT Channel Analog 159.1125
Paint Crew Digital 156.1125
Highway Helper (Des Moines Area) Digital 151.325
Motor Vehicle Enforcement has 15 Digital repeaters around the state
on 151.175, 151.340 and 151.400

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I can verifly that Paint Crew digital is simplex. Heard them a couple of weeks ago. Anyone catch a tone for the analog channel on 159.1125?

cubn said:
I had copied these from the ScanIowa Yahoo!Group a while back...

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Digital, conventional VHF...meaning that it's a digital, non-trunking
system. Repeater output freqs statewide are as follows:
1. 159.180
2. 159.195
3. 159.165
4. 158.895
5. 151.085
6. 159.120
7. 151.190
8. 151.325
9. 156.045
10. 151.250
IDOT Channel Analog 159.1125
Paint Crew Digital 156.1125
Highway Helper (Des Moines Area) Digital 151.325
Motor Vehicle Enforcement has 15 Digital repeaters around the state
on 151.175, 151.340 and 151.400

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