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Ensnared

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Here in Waco, I kept hearing 155.475 key up, but I never could get over to the radio fast enough to snag the tone. Instead, I loaded the tone associated with the Common Shared Analog, 156.7.

It worked like a charm. My next question. Since 156.7 is listed for Common Shared in Texas & is also listed among the frequencies for WPYI930, shouldn't 155.475 be included on this list?
 

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Tom is correct as the Admins decided they were Nationwide channels they should be centrally located in the DB. However, Many Texas Agencies also licensed these channels under new callsigns. I would check with the DB Admin first, but one would think that if licensed to a particular agency the channel could be logged to the county page also.
 

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The database is a mess. The different db admins in different areas of the country have different "standards" for what they allow on their state and county pages.
 
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