New federal P25 system in Central Oregon

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ki7fk

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I ran across a new P25 system this morning. According to the NAC list here on RR, it belongs to the US Border Patrol but could possibly be used by others. From the few puzzle pieces I found, it may be used for interoperability with state and local agencies. I have rather poor reception at my location in Bend so I am hoping others can do better elsewhere. I have no idea of the systems location, but here is what I have so far.

APCO P25 BEEDA-715
Site: 001-067

171.43750 MHz (control)
171.61250 MHz

NAC 710 (Border Patrol?)
P2
WACN: BEE0A

Peers
001-021: 171.6625 MHz
001-051: 172.2875 MHz
001-065: 168.8250 MHz
001-068: 170.8125 MHz

Band Plan
136.000 - 12.5 MHz spacing
142.240 - 2.5 MHz spacing
152.480 - 2.50 MHz spacing
162.720 - 2.50 MHz spacing
762.00625 - 6.25 MHz spacing
762.00625 - 12.5 MHz spacing
851.00625 - 6.25 MHz spacing

No TGID's so far.
 

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I think that's the DOJ IWN


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I think that's the DOJ IWN


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The freqs I have for the JIWN (from RR) are;

Bend
168.8250 (one of the peers on this system)
167.6375
168.9250

Chemult
171.8125
171.6875
170.8125

So I guess this could just be another site in that system because of the peer. I do not see this one in RR though. Hmmm..
 

ki7fk

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OK. You are correct. I did find that control frequency tied to JIWN at a location known only as "Site 067", wherever that is. Probably all encrypted anyway.

Sorry for the erroneous post. Where is the delete button? :)
 

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So I guess this could just be another site in that system because of the peer. I do not see this one in RR though. Hmmm..
And that's why I'm always searching the federal bands - things can change. There are more than a few IWN sites that haven't made it to the RR database.

As a rule, any P-25 trunked site with a NAC of $7xx will likely be an IWN site.

- Chris
 

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I ran across a new P25 system this morning. According to the NAC list here on RR, it belongs to the US Border Patrol but could possibly be used by others. From the few puzzle pieces I found, it may be used for interoperability with state and local agencies. I have rather poor reception at my location in Bend so I am hoping others can do better elsewhere. I have no idea of the systems location, but here is what I have so far.

APCO P25 BEEDA-715
Site: 001-067

171.43750 MHz (control)
171.61250 MHz

NAC 710 (Border Patrol?)
P2
WACN: BEE0A

Peers
001-021: 171.6625 MHz
001-051: 172.2875 MHz
001-065: 168.8250 MHz
001-068: 170.8125 MHz

Band Plan
136.000 - 12.5 MHz spacing
142.240 - 2.5 MHz spacing
152.480 - 2.50 MHz spacing
162.720 - 2.50 MHz spacing
762.00625 - 6.25 MHz spacing
762.00625 - 12.5 MHz spacing
851.00625 - 6.25 MHz spacing

No TGID's so far.
 

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Yeah I posted site 67 quite some time ago, but haven't figured out exactly where it is yet. :(


Also, I'll have IWN scanning during the eclipse to see if anything pops up.
 
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