Yeah pass them right along.OK here is the west repeater it is Analog and Is not a Low band Relay System.. the relay for OHP in western Oklahoma is UHF off the Cheyenne OETA tower and the equipment is a Kenwood TK690H/890 dual band mobile set up as a repeater... here is the repeater info for the repeater west of Sayre on the old Dobson cellular tower which is american tower now and with At&t carrier on it....
The Clinton Repeater is the same Frequencies Just Reversed with different tone I think 71.9
I also have the OHP CID Freq's which is what they use when doing Interdiction in western oklahoma if anyone needs they are VHF analog
Much appreciated, thank you!Here are some other active Freq's that I have all for OHP and all are Simplex from what I can tell they are interdiction units on the interstate and only around here every so often..
CID 1 155.7600 CTCSS 114.8
CID 2 155.7600 CTCSS 100.0
CID 3 154.9350 CTCSS 114.8
CID 4 154.9350 CTCSS 100.0
These were found using my Scanner here locally about 6 months ago
USFS Black Kettle repeater is supposed to be 170.525. The input might be 165.075 or 172.350. If it's still analog the PL might be 110.9 and it might not have PL on the output.Does anyone happen to know the forestry service P25 repeater info for the black kettle area in roger mills co.? The repeater is on the OETA tower at Cheyenne
did you hear anyone talk to other troops east of okc along i40? OHP is assisting another state with an incident earlier. What your hearing may be related.A little perplexed as to how this was working tonight but OHP Troop-A was talking to Troop-H in clinton on DPS Event 1 on the P25 system with units all the way in elk city talking on it as well, but to my knowledge there isn't anything in those areas that would allow them to do so. What kind of sorcery is this?!?!?!?