More MOTO TRBO Hits In Metro area

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I checked the History Log and decided to manipulate the data a bit more. Here is a list of active MOTO TRBO frequencies in ascending order and the Color Code:

451.1125 CC 9 Ancom Communications

451.4000 CC 12 Communications Management Group

451.5250 CC 10 Ancom Communications

451.7000 CC 14 Ancom Communications

451.8500 CC 12 Ancom Communications

451.9375 CC 3

451.9625 CC 10

452.0750 CC 14 Ancom Communications

452.1000 CC 4 Ancom Communications

452.1500 CC 3 DMR

452.3500 CC 9 DMR

453.3875 CC 11 CAP Minneapolis Special School District #1

453.4875 CC 11 CAP Minneapolis Special School District #1

453.6000 CC 1 Apple Valley Public Works

453.9000 CC 11 CAP Minneapolis Special School District #1

460.0250 CC 11 CAP Minneapolis Special School District #1

460.3500 CC 11 CAP Minneapolis Special School District #1

461.2750 CC 12 Ancom Communications

461.3500 CC 13

461.3750 CC 8

461.9625 CC 9 Ancom Communications

462.0250 CC 10 Ancom Communications

462.2500 CC 7

462.4500 CC 8

462.5000 CC 6

463.2375 CC 14 Ancom Communications

463.5250 CC 9

463.6500 CC 4 XPT Ancom Communications

463.9250 CC 14

463.9500 CC 10

463.9625 CC 10

464.1750 CC 14 CAP Independent School District 196

464.1875 CC 14 Ancom Communications

464.2750 CC 11

464.3000 CC 5

464.4000 CC 9

464.8750 CC 3

464.9500 CC 14 Ancom Communications

464.9750 CC 14 CAP Independent School District 196



When I have it, I have also have listed the DMR type and my best guess for the user.
 

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Ancom has allot of stuff here and their Arden Hills site is good. I wonder if they have gone total MotoTrbo and dumped any analog LTR from their systems. As soon as I get my Whistler TRX-2 going to start checking systems. I haven't checked, but does Action Radio have any MotoTrbo freqs?. Of course, MOA is all MotoTrbo but fully encrypted though. MRE is transitioning to NXDN, but they have lot's of analog LTR users though so I think their analog LTR sites will be around a little while. I used to have a couple of radios renting a TG on their downtown Mpls site with good coverage. Thanks for finding some frequencies, can't wait to join in to find new systems and mapping existing ones when I get my TRX-2 and hopefully a Uniden also (don't know if a 436 or 536) too!.
 

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I did a little bit more with this today. I have noticed two things so far:

-There seems to be way more CAP (Capacity Plus) than the other flavors of DMR around here. Sure, I have seem a bit of CON, XPT, and plain DMR, but mainly CAP.

-Ancom is the licensee for the majority of the radio traffic.

If people here are interested, I can post some additional details as I find them.
 

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More MOTO TRBO Hits In Metro Area

...I haven't checked, but does Action Radio have any MotoTrbo freqs?. Of course, MOA is all MotoTrbo but fully encrypted though. MRE is transitioning to NXDN, but they have lot's of analog LTR users though so I think their analog LTR sites will be around a little while...
If I recall correctly, Action Radio is Icom and Kenwood, so that will mean Idas/NXDN systems, I would guess.

I have monitored the MOA on their previous two systems, but it just never interested me all that much. If I recall correctly, their first system was 800 Mhz analog trunking. I don't recall if it was Type 1 or Type 2.

The next system went to 400 Mhz and was LTR. I monitored it a few times, but it just never interested me all that much either.

Now that they are encrypted, maybe more people will wish they could monitor them.

It did work a little bit on figuring out the LTR systems, but then I lost interest. That is probably what will happen with DMR, too, but for now it is interesting to learn a bit more about them.
 
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Action Radio runs its networks under the Allnet Wireless corp.
from their website they state they offer Analog, Digital, Conventional, LTR, Mototrbo, Nexedge, IDAS, NXDN
 
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More UHF MOTO TRBO Hits In Metro Area

Update: Apple Valley Public Works is regular DMR. I only heard TS 1 in use. I also sorted these by Color Code. It can be a bit misleading, though, because apparently repeaters in the same system can have different Color Codes.


453.6000 CC 1 DMR Apple Valley Public Works

451.9375 CC 3 DMR

452.1500 CC 3 DMR

464.8750 CC 3

452.1000 CC 4 Ancom Communications

452.4250 CC 4

463.6500 CC 4 XPT Ancom Communications

464.3000 CC 5

462.5000 CC 6

462.2500 CC 7

461.3750 CC 8

462.4500 CC 8

451.1125 CC 9 Ancom Communications

452.3500 CC 9 DMR

461.9625 CC 9 Ancom Communications

463.5250 CC 9

464.4000 CC 9

451.5250 CC 10 CAP Ancom Communications

451.9625 CC 10 CAP

462.0250 CC 10 Ancom Communications

463.9500 CC 10

463.9625 CC 10

453.3875 CC 11 CAP Minneapolis Special School District #1

453.4875 CC 11 CAP Minneapolis Special School District #1

453.9000 CC 11 CAP Minneapolis Special School District #1

460.0250 CC 11 CAP Minneapolis Special School District #1

460.3500 CC 11 CAP Minneapolis Special School District #1

464.2750 CC 11

451.4000 CC 12 Communications Management Group

461.2750 CC 12 Ancom Communications

451.8500 CC 12 CAP Ancom Communications

461.3500 CC 13

451.7000 CC 14 CAP Ancom Communications

452.0750 CC 14 CAP Ancom Communications

463.2375 CC 14 Ancom Communications

463.9250 CC 14

464.1875 CC 14 Ancom Communications

464.9500 CC 14 Ancom Communications

464.1750 CC 14 CAP Independent School District 196

464.9750 CC 14 CAP Independent School District 196
 

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Very nice post. Keep up the good work, It's really appreciated since the amount of DMR is increasing rapidly in the Twin Cities. Whenever I get my Icon 6121D back up, I was receiving a couple of conventional IDAS frequencies that needed identification. When spring finally sets in, I have to replace a roof antenna that was dedicated to that radio. MotoTrbo and NXDN are the next beasts to tackle!..
 
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