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batdude

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Out here for a few days on business... here is what I've found so far:


851.4875 BEE00.3AB-1.20 NAC 3A0

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852.3875 BEE00.670-1.10 NAC 67A

Channel 0-41: 851.2625 DATA
Channel 2-40: 851.2625-1 VOICE
Channel 0-105: 851.6625 SCC
Channel 0-213: 852.3375 SCC
Channel 0-221: 852.3875 CC
Channel 0-549: 854.4375 SCC

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There is a single EDACS48 control channel on 936.425 (LCN 4) -- I believe this to be Puget Sound Energy in Bremerton.

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854.0375 TIII-1.1 CC=0 ---- I think this is Kitsap Public Transit ... callsign KNIQ664 --- TG 6011 active




From what I can tell, none of the above are active in the RR dB.



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First one is King County PSERN Simulcast, new system being implemented:
Code:
Activity Summary - Decoder:P25 Phase 1 Simulcast (LSM)

Network
  WACN:BEE00[781824] SYSTEM:3AB[939] NAC:3A0[928] LRA:00[0]

Current Site
  SYSTEM:3AB[939] NAC:3A0[928] RFSS:01[1] SITE:14[20] LRA:00[0]  STATUS:
  PRI CONTROL CHANNEL:0-77 DOWNLINK:851487500 UPLINK:806487500

Neighbor Sites
  UNKNOWN
Frequency Bands
  BAND:0 FDMA BASE:851006250 BANDWIDTH:12500 SPACING:6250 TRANSMIT OFFSET:-45000000
  BAND:1 FDMA BASE:762006250 BANDWIDTH:12500 SPACING:6250 TRANSMIT OFFSET:30000000
  BAND:2 TDMA BASE:851012500 BANDWIDTH:12500 SPACING:12500 TRANSMIT OFFSET:-45000000 TIMESLOTS:2
  BAND:3 TDMA BASE:762006250 BANDWIDTH:12500 SPACING:12500 TRANSMIT OFFSET:30000000 TIMESLOTS:2
SE:75
Second one is Port of Seattle, sounds like they may have upgraded to P25.
PSE has moved off to 220 MHz, their license for that freq WNVQ293 expires next month.
 
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batdude

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for the record, I am not submitting these to the dB --- that's for the group out here to sort out as my window of listening is so short.

thanks for the replies!

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Thanks Doug for bringing these up.

King County PSERN is expected to be one of the bigger P25 trunked systems in the area with multiple simulcast subsystems. Sounds like they're getting some of the sites up and on the air. Time to start monitoring and verifying....
 

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I happen to be doing some searching (the person who hosts King County Metro Transit radio calls had to move again, and apparently out of range of KCERS, so I'd be interested in anyone in Seattle area wants to host a server) and found:

858.8875 MHz WRBN634 System ID 3AB WACN: BEE00 NAC: 3A3
Looks like KC Metro Transit is on its own 700 system and not on KCERS (which is presumably being phased out and replaced by PSERN).

858.8875 is a freq for one of the King County PSERN sites, McDonald Mtn, east of Ravensdale. Wide area site.
Probably won't hear much on it yet because the system is in the process of being installed (same as WSDOT's 700 system).

851.3375 is a freq on WSDOT's old LTR Multinet system that's in the process of being phased out.
 
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Yes KCMT has a separate system, but I was recording Link Light Rail and transit security/police channels too which are on KCERS.

I did see the WSDOT system, but the only sites I saw 851.3375 on were in San Juan and Cowlitz counties and I didn't think those would reach.
 
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