NYSP 800's

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Mtnrider

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I for the life of me cant find the 800 mhz someone posted the mobil repeater ones and some others.... updating my scanner anyone have them...thanks in advance
 

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Is this what you're looking for?
http://forums.radioreference.com/new-york-radio-discussion-forum/224262-nypd-new-radio-system.html#post1636375

And here:
ULS License - PubSafty/SpecEmer/PubSaftyNtlPlan,806-817/851-862MHz,Conv License - WNNM915 - NEW YORK, STATE OF - Frequencies Summary

This may make it easier for you.
(I've only heard activity on the 853.xxx MHz frequencies. NO PL/DTL )
851.0125
851.5125
852.0125
852.5125
852.7000
852.7125
852.7250
852.7375
852.7500
853.0125
853.9375
853.9500
853.9625
853.9750
853.9875
 
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MegaHertz315

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853.9375 127.3 New York State Police- Channel 1 Repeater
853.9375 127.3 New York State Police- Channel 2 Simplex
853.9500 146.2 New York State Police- Channel 3 Repeater
853.9500 146.2 New York State Police- Channel 4 Simplex
853.9625 167.9 New York State Police- Channel 5 Repeater
853.9625 167.9 New York State Police- Channel 6 Simplex
853.9750 192.8 New York State Police- Channel 7 Repeater
853.9750 192.8 New York State Police- Channel 8 Simplex
853.9875 156.7 New York State Police- Channel 9 Repeater
853.9875 156.7 New York State Police- Channel 10 Simplex
 

n2nov

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The above list given by RBM can be broken down like this:

NPSTC 800 Band InterOps - Conventional
851.0125
851.5125
852.0125
852.5125
853.0125

Metro21 (NYSP in NYC area) - EDACS Trunked System
851.0375
851.5375
852.0375
852.5375
853.0375

NYSP Special Events - Conventional (as KC2CNY laid out above)
853.9375 127.3 New York State Police- Channel 1 Repeater
853.9375 127.3 New York State Police- Channel 2 Simplex
853.9500 146.2 New York State Police- Channel 3 Repeater
853.9500 146.2 New York State Police- Channel 4 Simplex
853.9625 167.9 New York State Police- Channel 5 Repeater
853.9625 167.9 New York State Police- Channel 6 Simplex
853.9750 192.8 New York State Police- Channel 7 Repeater
853.9750 192.8 New York State Police- Channel 8 Simplex
853.9875 156.7 New York State Police- Channel 9 Repeater
853.9875 156.7 New York State Police- Channel 10 Simplex

NYSP (unknown use) - all are 7.5 watts mobile only use [WNNM915, WQGG509, WQGG511]
852.6250
852.6500
852.6750
852.7000
857.7125
852.7250
852.7375
852.7500
853.8625
853.8875
853.9125
[maybe these are for mobile extenders or itinerant use?]
 
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Interoperability with counties using 800 MHz trunking would also be a good reason to add 800 MHz antennae to trooper cars.

They haven't done it in Troop G that I can tell. NYSP talks to Saratoga County units via patch to the P25 system. No SP units are actually "on" the system.
 

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The cars/suvs that have the 800 antennas i have seen must have been reprogrammed or a new radio. There the only ones with Post Ge star id, i peeked in one of the cars and there's still only one radio visible. and it looked like the GE's they have been using. i haven't seen the new portables around here yet. One member has his own GP300 he said " i don't need to it works fine" i said till the end of the year maybe....he wasn't amused....he'll figure it out in time
 

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I just copied two NYSP cars enroute to a call, and the first cruiser in said that he would turn on his repeater when he reached the scene. (the plot thickens).
I had all of the probable frequencies for the repeater in, but they weren't close enough to me I guess.
 

rbm

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I just copied two NYSP cars enroute to a call, and the first cruiser in said that he would turn on his repeater when he reached the scene. (the plot thickens).
I had all of the probable frequencies for the repeater in, but they weren't close enough to me I guess.
I have several outdoor antennas and they all have low noise amplifiers right at the base of the antennas.
Even with all that, the repeaters are noisy from 1/2 mile or so away from me.

Rich
 

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853.9375 127.3 New York State Police- Channel 1 Repeater
853.9375 127.3 New York State Police- Channel 2 Simplex
853.9500 146.2 New York State Police- Channel 3 Repeater
853.9500 146.2 New York State Police- Channel 4 Simplex
853.9625 167.9 New York State Police- Channel 5 Repeater
853.9625 167.9 New York State Police- Channel 6 Simplex
853.9750 192.8 New York State Police- Channel 7 Repeater
853.9750 192.8 New York State Police- Channel 8 Simplex
853.9875 156.7 New York State Police- Channel 9 Repeater
853.9875 156.7 New York State Police- Channel 10 Simplex
I just got a pro-107 and didn't these any where to be imported. Anybody know how I enter these manually? are they conventional? Thanks
 
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