Mariners home opener 2012

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Stavro35

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While I was unable to attend tonight's Seattle Mariners home opener. I was able to do the usual monitoring of the Seattle TRS . In addition and as luck would have it. I was also able to monitor Safeco field security for the first time 461.6375 I am sorry, I didn't think to check for a p.l tone. The frequency was of course extremely active. I wasn't able to hear communications very well with just a rubber ducky antenna on my GRE PSR 500.

I was able to monitor them no problem with an external antenna on my Radio shack Pro163. I am very excited about this catch. I will try to find and confirm other frequencies for the remainder of the season.
 

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I agree with the previous poster. While they do have an emission code for MotoTRBO on their FCC license, Safeco Field is using a series of conventional simplex and repeater UHF analog channels for their communications.

I added my notes from the game last week to the Mariners RR wiki page:
 
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