LML highway (MOH) channels 12.5 or 25k?

mryvr

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To the best of my knowledge, they are still FM, not NFM, and agree audio is no longer the best. Nothing has changed in years and I discovered (on Close Call) that one of the contractors in FV are using 143.000 CSQ for simplex stuff , other contractors have other simplex/duplex pairs they use as well.
 

mryvr

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Thanks for the responses everyone. Guessing there are a few repeaters covering the Lower Mainland. Hwy ch 1 sounds like its TCH, Hwy 91, Hwy 99. Not sure which channel covers the valley yet but could be my location that's preventing me from hearing it.
 

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Highway 99 Ch 4 for sure t-77.0 where I am I can hear them. Horseshoe Bay to Pemberton, Ch 2 143.295 t-77.0 Vancouver Island lower Inner Coast.
Further review of licenses show they are still 16K W/B, so there you go.
 

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Yea, MOTI is wideband. The narrowband mandate only applies to the US, not Canada.

Plug in the 4 repeater outputs, should not be long before you hear something.

MOTI are usually low level, with smallish coverage areas. Depending where you are, and where the repeater is, you might not be able to hear all the way up to Hope.

Would be nice to see an updated map for the Lower Mainland.
 
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