LGE goes digital

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09:50:07, 0352, CONV , LG&E #3 , 451.425000, P25, 802
09:51:32, 0350, CONV , LG&E #1 , 451.125000, P25, 801

After listening to LGE a little bit, I noticed that the same traffic was
getting sent on these two freqs at the same time.

When there is traffic on one of the frequencies,
just cycle through the other LGE freqs,
and you will hear exactly the same thing.

Why in the heck would they have done that? During an emergency, they need every frequency
they can find.
 

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09:50:07, 0352, CONV , LG&E #3 , 451.425000, P25, 802
09:51:32, 0350, CONV , LG&E #1 , 451.125000, P25, 801

After listening to LGE a little bit, I noticed that the same traffic was
getting sent on these two freqs at the same time.

When there is traffic on one of the frequencies,
just cycle through the other LGE freqs,
and you will hear exactly the same thing.

Why in the heck would they have done that? During an emergency, they need every frequency they can find.
Most likely because they are using two different sites? Or remote receivers for voting?
That is the most common reason, but not known in this case.
 
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