SDS100: Locating frequencies for a LTR system?

cfsimmont

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There are a few UHF radio frequencies that I believe are part of a LTR radio system, although the DB lists them as conventional. Is there a way to use the SDS100 to locate the remaining frequencies if in fact the frequencies in question are part of a trunked system? This may be a wild goose chase, but I think there is something there since when I monitor them on a conventional scanner I hear the motorboat noise of a trunked system.
 

sonm10

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Could possibly be DMR Cap+ instead? LTR sounds like abut of static or quick keyup. Cap+ sounds like a quick motorboat burst.
 

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Do a FCC license search on those frequencies that are listed… It may list a new system recently updated but not included in the RR database as yet?
 

cfsimmont

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What I have found is that one of frequencies in question does show up as a CAP* and shows a color code, however no voice. Doing a FCC search it comes back as part of the Fisher Wireless system which is a rather large system that covers more than one state. The frequency however is not listed as part of the Fisher Wireless system in the RRDB.
 

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Does it show a color code? That could help confirm that it is the Fisher System.
 
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