Kcp&l frequency for Lexington,mo

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talkpair

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They most likely have gone DMR.

Here's the old UHF license.
https://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?fccCallsign=WNNU345

Here are some old discussions:
https://forums.radioreference.com/m...n-forum/318203-control-channel-152-125-a.html
https://forums.radioreference.com/kansas-radio-discussion-forum/315622-kcp-l-dmr-kc.html

You could probably check for a control channel by making your scanner as deaf as possible and drive by the substation east of Marshall School Rd on 24 highway and see if you can snag activity in the 152-153 MHz range.
 

hkrharry

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KCP&L has gone to VHF TierIII DMR trunked in most of their service areas.

They are using Part 22( old IMTS) frequencies under EA type of license.

Link: ULS Application - Part 22 VHF/UHF Paging (excluding 931MHz) - 0005186008 - Kansas City Power and Light Company

Example: WPVM853 Kansas City Power and Light Company FRN: 0003611720
Market Data
Market BEA099 - Kansas City, MO-KS
Channel Block: FA
Associated Frequencies (MHz) 000158.47500000-000158.50500000
000152.01500000-000152.04500000

They are also using some FB8 YG licenses in certain areas where they are able to get clearance.

I hope this helps in your search.
HH
 
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