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CrabbyMilton

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Hello everybody. I'm new here but a scanner nut since 1980. LAMERS school buses operate on an LTR system with the frequencys of 151.730 151.850 151.970. While UHF repeater imputs are usually 5khz higher(ex. 460.075/465.075) they seem to vary a great deal with VHF. Does anybody know what the repeater imputs would be for these? Thanks very much.
 

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Hello everybody. I'm new here but a scanner nut since 1980. LAMERS school buses operate on an LTR system with the frequencys of 151.730 151.850 151.970. While UHF repeater imputs are usually 5khz higher(ex. 460.075/465.075) they seem to vary a great deal with VHF. Does anybody know what the repeater imputs would be for these? Thanks very much.
Give these a listen:
159.9675
160.0350
160.1475
160.2075
 

CrabbyMilton

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That goes to show you that you learn something new all the time. I thought those were part of the marine band. I'll most certainly give them a try.
 

RevGary

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You can also take a look here:

http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/Uls...Sl7Dlh13DCBKg5X7vmh5K1!-1591271303!-963187867

The FCC rotates servers several times daily, so that link may not work at times - but give it a shot.


Enter: "Lamers Bus Lines" in the NAME block and select WISCONSIN. Then hit SEARCH and there will be two pages of data for you.
Run through each callsign and frequency tab for additional data.





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