Notes - Radio Communications System (800 MHz) System

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kd4bas

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During my last few visits to Louisville I have the following notes on the Radio Communications System (800 MHz) System and thought I would share what I have as well as a few conventional frequency finds. :cool:


0077-1 Mention of Re-key Rear Door for Sureway

1025-1 Building Checks

110-1 “Washer & Dryer Service”

211-02 Talk of transporting people to and from doctors

212–01 Heating & A/C Service, did hear mention of Lennox model # several times, by name

305-01 “I have a wheelchair if necessary”

600-02 Sounds like some sort of plumbing operation, “Changing line from ¾” to 3/8”,“Cooling issues with cooler package unit – Goodman model similar to the one in the warehouse”

700-04 Sierra Units, “10 checking on Harris”

700-06 “On my way to Preferred Best”, Described an “Older Black Male at the corner of Ali & Liberty” (I did see a Metro Parking Authority car with an 800 Mhz antenna only in the area when this call was given out)

700-1 “Security 5”, “Turf Club”

700-5 “First Street” ID Checks – “9 Alpha” , “Building # Clear”, “Gate # Clear”
ID Checks “Unit #, Location Name, Clear”
“Alarm in test mode”



Conventional Frequencies

150.8750 103.5 Coffeys Towing
165.2400 US Customs (ICE)
418.7510 156.7 DEA Operations – Low Volume
461.3000 77.0 Bass Pro Shops – Clarksville, IN (Maintenance)
462.1000 141.3 University of Louisville – Maintenance / Physical Plant
463.3575 136.5 Bass Pro Shops – Clarksville, IN
463.4500 114.6 University of Louisville – Bus or Van Operations
463.7000 136.5 Humana
464.0250 127.3 UNKNOWN - “4 point in bed”
464.9000 103.5 Jewish Hospital
464.9000 103.5 Jewish Hospital “Left Compound, Left Referrals”
851.8125 100.0 Norton Audubon Hospital
855.3750 Mills Detective Agency


NOTE:
Mills Detective and University of Louisville PD 1 (453.100 <141.3>)
There was a mention of a stolen vehicle, both had same description of vehicle,
Same voice, about 2 to 3 minutes apart.
 

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The term "464.0250 127.3 UNKNOWN - '4 point in bed'" is consistent with having to restraint a combative patient in bed. So I imagine you may be talking about some hospital. It could, emphasize could, be University Hospital security.
 

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The term "464.0250 127.3 UNKNOWN - '4 point in bed'" is consistent with having to restraint a combative patient in bed. So I imagine you may be talking about some hospital. It could, emphasize could, be University Hospital security.
I think that is Norton's, I lsited their freq. here somewhere, if not I can look it up when I get home this weekend.
 

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I think that is Norton's, I lsited their freq. here somewhere, if not I can look it up when I get home this weekend.
OK Newsalan, Thanks

I sent you a PM eariler this week and stupid me forgot this was a holiday week (not all of us get off work :lol:) and thats why I posted this here.
 

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The term "464.0250 127.3 UNKNOWN - '4 point in bed'" is consistent with having to restraint a combative patient in bed. So I imagine you may be talking about some hospital. It could, emphasize could, be University Hospital security.
Yes, this is Norton Hospital security frequency.
464.0250 Output 469.0250 In PL 127.3

I believe sig. 9 means leaving/checking building
Sig. 10 means entering/checking building.
 

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Duh, I feel stupid.
All the time I have spent at Kosairs and having their security frequency as (gasp) my priority.

I guess while I was there my mind (what little is left) was not on the scanner, but actually on what it should be on :cool:
 
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