mciupa said:I did a little research and found out that Strabag AG is an Austrian company.
Wonder if they are leasing radios for the duration of the contract ? Check out who is in the radio comm. business in NF and perhaps they may be found there.
One of the subcontracted firms on site is Dufferin Construction which uses 440.2875 Ontario Wide (according to TAFL)
firefgtr, you have a real nice radio in your collection BCD 396T, WHY NOT USEfirefgtr said:yes we are, and they are not on it. But i do remember we were on site for a fire call and the "white helmet" that let us onto the site property, his radio beeped when he keyed it up. so it has to be a trunk system of some sort.
ya thats true!! i forgot about that featureSaint said:firefgtr, you have a real nice radio in your collection BCD 396T, WHY NOT USE
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Hams aren't primary users of the 440 band. We're secondary. So there's no reason why a commercial interest couldn't be licensed on the 70cm band.IdleMonitor said:How are they able to use that frequency? Does that not fall into the Ham Band?
Differential GPS (DGPS) to be more specific, and it may show up this wayMike_Oxlong said:It's probably some sort of GPS device. Lots of golf courses and surveyors are licenced for *telemetry* on this frequency.