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Montclair VHF

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JC1956

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there maybe some other townships on it since Montclair moved onto there new frequency I have caught some other traffic on that frequency not sure who it is. also listed are Rutgers Police,Wildwood, Manchester Twp and Montgomery Twp
 
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I guess Montclair completely abondoned the channel?

I was curious if it was worth keeping on my portable.
 

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Manchester Township moved to a P25 trunked system around the same time Montclair went to their Type II trunked system. I haven't heard them use 158.7900 MHz since they switched.

BTW, Montclair has a license for a repeater on 158.7950 MHz on the same license as 158.7900 MHz. 158.7950 MHz isn't a valid frequency, though.

EDIT: They also have a licensed repeater on 158.6800 MHz, but that's not a valid frequency.
 
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