Off the wall PL/DPL tones?

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This question is a bit off the wall as I would imagine not many folks listen to the radio system in question (if any) so here it goes. Does anyone have the PL/DPL tones for S.A.F.E. Management that provides security at University of Phoenix Stadium? I found their license in the FCC data base so I have the frequencies and possible channel assignments.
 

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This question is a bit off the wall as I would imagine not many folks listen to the radio system in question (if any) so here it goes. Does anyone have the PL/DPL tones for S.A.F.E. Management that provides security at University of Phoenix Stadium? I found their license in the FCC data base so I have the frequencies and possible channel assignments.
Did you check the database? It has that info, more often than not.

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Did you check the database? It has that info, more often than not.

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There is nothing listed in the data base for Stadium Security. Southwest Ambulance uses their "events" Frequency and the PD coverage uses G Deck TGs. Security is on Business Band thus the need for the PL/DPL.
 

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Does your scanner have a PL search function? Listen to both the input and output frequencies. Some systems have a different tone for accessing a repeater and the repeater has a separate PL for decode.
 

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What is the emission designator for their frequencies? IIRC, having checked the listings in the SWFD-10 for the stadium, I heard MotoTrbo digital noise. CTCSS/DCS isn't used in MotoTrbo.
There's a lot of MotoTrbo in the 451-470 MHz as well as the 935-940 MHz business/industrial bands. The only analog FM activity in 935-940 MHz that I've heard is SoCal Edison's trunked system, which has a site on the White Tank Mtns.
 

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What is the emission designator for their frequencies? IIRC, having checked the listings in the SWFD-10 for the stadium, I heard MotoTrbo digital noise. CTCSS/DCS isn't used in MotoTrbo.
There's a lot of MotoTrbo in the 451-470 MHz as well as the 935-940 MHz business/industrial bands. The only analog FM activity in 935-940 MHz that I've heard is SoCal Edison's trunked system, which has a site on the White Tank Mtns.
I do not believe they are on a trunking system. Here are the frequencies listed on the license;

461.95000
466.95000
462.02500
464.32500
464.37500
467.02500
469.32500
469.37500
469.67500
469.80000
469.82500

I have programed these in the scanner with the PL Search active.
 

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Correct, according to the FCC, Non-Trunk and Analog (Narrowband)
However only 461.9500 is a Repeater, all others are simplex

I do not believe they are on a trunking system. Here are the frequencies listed on the license;

461.95000
466.95000
462.02500
464.32500
464.37500
467.02500
469.32500
469.37500
469.67500
469.80000
469.82500

I have programed these in the scanner with the PL Search active.
 
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