New P25 System BEE00.B71 - Loud in Southern NH

Bmacs

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Network: BEE00.B71

Bandplan #0: Base=163. Offset=-8.3 Spacing=6.25 BW=12.5
Bandplan #1: Base=163. Offset=-8.375 Spacing=6.25 BW=12.5
Bandplan #2: Base=163. Offset=-10.125 Spacing=6.25 BW=12.5
Bandplan #3: Base=163. Offset=-8.3625 Spacing=6.25 BW=12.5


Site: 1.1 NAC=B70

Channel 0-1666: 173.4125 SCC
Channel 3-1672: 173.45 VOICE
Channel 1-1682: 173.5125 SCC
Channel 2-1686: 173.5375 SCC
Channel 1-1690: 173.5625 CC

Any help identifying location would be appreciated...

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RadioDitch

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Any help identifying location would be appreciated...

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There have been a series of federal VHF trunking systems popping up across the country in the 164-175 range, one of which has been positively traced back to the Department of Justice. It's a possibility this might be another such system.

Here's the one that's been positively ID'd:
 

ecps92

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Based on three of those existing Freqs having been Pease, my vote is there.
Otherwise New Boston Space Force is the secondary vote

Happy Hunting

Network: BEE00.B71

Bandplan #0: Base=163. Offset=-8.3 Spacing=6.25 BW=12.5
Bandplan #1: Base=163. Offset=-8.375 Spacing=6.25 BW=12.5
Bandplan #2: Base=163. Offset=-10.125 Spacing=6.25 BW=12.5
Bandplan #3: Base=163. Offset=-8.3625 Spacing=6.25 BW=12.5


Site: 1.1 NAC=B70

Channel 0-1666: 173.4125 SCC
Channel 3-1672: 173.45 VOICE
Channel 1-1682: 173.5125 SCC
Channel 2-1686: 173.5375 SCC
Channel 1-1690: 173.5625 CC

Any help identifying location would be appreciated...

Bmacs
 

spacellamaman

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Network: BEE00.B71

Bandplan #0: Base=163. Offset=-8.3 Spacing=6.25 BW=12.5
Bandplan #1: Base=163. Offset=-8.375 Spacing=6.25 BW=12.5
Bandplan #2: Base=163. Offset=-10.125 Spacing=6.25 BW=12.5
Bandplan #3: Base=163. Offset=-8.3625 Spacing=6.25 BW=12.5


Site: 1.1 NAC=B70

Channel 0-1666: 173.4125 SCC
Channel 3-1672: 173.45 VOICE
Channel 1-1682: 173.5125 SCC
Channel 2-1686: 173.5375 SCC
Channel 1-1690: 173.5625 CC

Any help identifying location would be appreciated...

Bmacs
a couple of hints:


note NAC appears as A70, possible it belongs to a SC military fire service.


Stanly County airport and KCLT both have ANG units/firefighters and both have single freq P25 systems using 2 per location, between 173.4000 and 173.5000
 

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different SysID and NAC

NH [Pease ANGB] is
Sys B71
NAC B70
R-001 S-001
sorry wasn't trying to say it was the same system, just showing what some similar situations to perhaps help the individual narrow down the target/source.

just fitting patterns is all i am saying, similar frequencies and NAC's generally pointing to an ANG unit/base somewhere.
 

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We already knew it was "MIL/GOV" as it is in the NTIA spectrum and re-used prior Pease ANGB conventional frequencies.

Thanks tho
sorry wasn't trying to say it was the same system, just showing what some similar situations to perhaps help the individual narrow down the target/source.

just fitting patterns is all i am saying, similar frequencies and NAC's generally pointing to an ANG unit/base somewhere.
 
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