Thanks. I am setting up SDRuno and PDW to get paging information. RR shows a paging freq for the Berkeley (WV) Medical Center. But searching this area does not return that freq in this area. I will keep playing. I can see several paging systems on the waterfall display and can decode some. But I cannot seem to find any reference. I suppose I am just not searching the database properly. Thanks
You can't rely on the db to be accurate.RR shows a paging freq for the Berkeley (WV) Medical Center. But searching this area does not return that freq in this area.
The 152/158/454/459 paging licenses for Part 22 are mostly ETA licenses. They aren't site specific anymore. There are still some site-specific licenses out there, but most of the channels are licensed under ETA licenses from Auction 40 in 2001. I hold several of those licenses and it is really convenient to be able to put up a repeater anywhere in my ETA without having to license it every time.Whenever I search for FCC data, if the frequency is in the 454.0000 - 455.0000 range, I never get any results, even though I have several active frequencies in that range. For example, there's a hotel on 454.125 and I'm trying to figure out what hotel it is. We have a Hillsborough County...forums.radioreference.com
Thanks for both pieces of advice.You can't rely on the db to be accurate.
The 462.775 in the db has an expired license.
Check the other nearby licenses:
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