NYC DOITT Project 25 TRS

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dave3825

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Why are the tags labeled public works? Should they not be like, Doitt techs or something?
 

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Very strong signal in Queens currently. There are at least two control channels I have heard with the same system ID.
 

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How strong is the signal? Better than the DOITT UHF system or about the same?
I can not hear the control channels here in Milford Ct.
I can hear the 800 system full scale and the 400 system about half that with not much trouble.
Hopefully they are at low power for now. If not, I will be left in the dark out this way.
Bob
 

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Why are the tags labeled public works? Should they not be like, Doitt techs or something?
This is easy to explain. We used to use the "Other" tag, but since radio technicians are classified as local or a system "maintenance" service, they are now listed under "Public Works." Make any sense now? :)

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For what it's worth, 770.06875 and 771.19375 from the Queens site are allocated (but not yet licensed) to the NYC Transit Authority, not DoITT. That's per CAPRAD which was last updated a few months ago, so it's possible that has changed, but I'd keep an ear on them anyway just to make sure they are in fact part of this system.

The rest of the frequencies are licensed to DoITT, and I've updated the applicable licenses for each site.
 

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Here is the breakdown of DoITT 700 MHz licenses. There are a handful of other 700 MHz Conventional (SG) licenses for DoITT, but they are all designated low power or interops and would not be used for a trunked system.


SG Licenses (Conventional 700)
Bronx
WQOK666 - 773.93125

Manhattan
WQOK669 - 772.15625, 772.65625

Brooklyn
WQOK671 - 773.19375, 773.63125


SY Licenses (Trunked 700)
Bronx
WQOJ331 - 772.21875, 772.71875, 773.49375, 773.94375, 774.19375

WQOK668 - 772.20625, 772.70625

Brooklyn
WQOJ333 - 771.01875, 771.26875, 771.51875, 771.76875, 772.31875, 772.56875, 772.81875, 773.99375, 774.44375

Manhattan
WQOJ334 - 771.94375, 772.16875, 772.66875, 773.14375, 773.39375, 773.74375, 774.24375, 774.89375

WQOK672 - 771.93125

Queens
WQOJ330 - 772.36875, 772.61875, 772.86875, 773.89375, 774.49375

WQOK670 - 772.35625, 772.60625, 773.88125, 774.48125

Staten Island
WQOK667 - 772.13125, 772.63125, 773.70625
 
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