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Looking for Augusta State Univeristy PD freqs

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The radios I've seen them use have 800mhz antennas on them. I also spoke with one of their officers and he said they can switch to any of the Richmond County S.O. channels to ask for assistance, etc. I haven't figured out which talk group they're using though.
 

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Try the South Carolina PALMETTO TRS

Judging from some of the stuff I've seen on the net, it looks like many agencies in the area of ASU may be operating from a trunked network operated by Motorola for the State of SC, the Palmetto TRS. They have a database in radioreference.com for it, but I didn't see any specifics for ASU mentioned in any listed talkgroups.
Put the freq's for the Augusta, GA site in a trunked scanner and see what you come up with...you may stumble across the talkgroup you seek.
You might also post to the SC forum on rr and see if anyone there has any other talkgroup listings that might show if ASU is indeed on the PALMETTO TRS.
Good hunting.

\V/ e r n
 

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FCC Database under "State of Georgia". Here is preliminary info.

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Julian
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Call Sign WNHH853 Radio Service PW - Public Safety Pool, Conventional
Status Active Auth Type Regular
Dates
Grant 08/16/2001 Expiration 10/15/2011
Effective 08/16/2001 Cancellation
Control Points
1 1500 COMFORT RD, AUGUSTA, GA
P: (706)737-1400



Licensee

FRN 0001849942
(View Ownership) Type Governmental Entity
Licensee
GEORGIA, STATE OF
200 PIEDMONT AVE 1704 WEST
ATLANTA, GA 30334
ATTN GTA AUGUSTA COLLEGE
 

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Call Sign WNHH853 Radio Service PW - Public Safety Pool, Conventional
2 Total Locations

Locations Displayed:
All | Fixed | Mobile | Itinerant | Temp Fixed | 6.1m

= Special Condition = Termination Pending
Location Transmitter Address /Area of Operation Latitude, Longitude Status
1 - Fixed 1500 COMFORT RD
AUGUSTA, GA RICHMOND County 33-27-59.5 N, 082-02-21.4 W

** 2 - Mobile 3.0 km radius around a fixed location 1 **

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Augusta State Freq - FCC Database

Frequency Loc# Ant# Freq
ID Station
Class Units Paging
Rec. Output
Power Maximum
ERP
453.100 1 1 1 FB 1 25.000 Watts Power
453.100 2 1 1 MO 5 5.000 Watts Power

Take care,
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Asu Freqs

I am picking some transmation up on 453.1 but it sounds more like a sheriff dept, rather than a university pd.
 

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freqs for ASU PD

Jacob said:
Does anyone have the freqs for ASU PD?
Virtually all of Augusta/Richmond County operates on the South Carolina Palmetto 800 system.

There are 5 towers involved:
Aiken
Augusta
Blythe
Mcbean
North Augusta

The Radio Reference lists the freq for each location, and SOME Talk Group ID's, but I can't find ASU specificly.
 
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