|460.18750||KDX279||RM||191 NAC||KSP16BHndrsn||16B Henderson- Henderson County||P25||Law Dispatch|
|460.25000||KDX279||RM||191 NAC||KSP16BReed||16B Reed Henderson County||P25||Law Dispatch|
|460.32500||KDX279||RM||191 NAC||KSP16BMrgnfd||16B Morganfield - Union County||P25||Law Dispatch|
|460.31250||KDX279||RM||191 NAC||KSP16BWhtvl||16B Whitesville - Ohio County||P25||Law Dispatch|
|460.28750||KDX279||RM||191 NAC||KSP16BHrtfrd||16B Hartford - Ohio County||P25||Law Dispatch|
|460.43750||WPTD259||RM||191 NAC||KSP16BClvprt||16B Cloverport - Breckinridge County||P25||Law Dispatch|
|460.21250||WPTC982||RM||191 NAC||KSP16BSacmnt||16B Sacramento - Mc Lean County||P25||Law Dispatch|
|460.20000||KDX279||RM||190 NAC||KSP16AHndrsn||16A Henderson - Henderson County||P25||Law Talk|
|460.10000||KDX279||RM||190 NAC||KSP16AHndrsn||16A Reed - Henderson County||P25||Law Talk|
|453.60000||KDX279||RM||190 NAC||KSP16AMrgnfd||16A Morganfield - Union County||P25||Law Talk|
|460.22500||KDX279||RM||190 NAC||KSP16AWhtvl||16A Whitesville - Ohio County||P25||Law Talk|
|453.50000||KDX279||RM||190 NAC||KSP16AHrtfrd||16A Hartford - Ohio County||P25||Law Talk|
|453.60000||WPTD259||RM||190 NAC||KSP16AClvprt||16A Cloverport - Breckinridge County||P25||Law Talk|
|460.36250||WPTC982||RM||190 NAC||KSP16AScmnt||16A Sacramento - McLean County||P25||Law Talk|
I was under the impression that the "B" channel is the primary channel for each post. The "A" channel is an alternate channel to be used if there is a significant incident in progress on the "B" channel. Typically what I'll hear for Posts 4, 5 and 12 is something like "All units 10-3 is in effect on 4B, units not involved in the ____ switch to 4A".Kentucky State Police have a pool of frequencies to cover the whole state. They have to reuse the frequencies and try to put enough distance between the locations so there is no interference. The NAC controls the radios receiver and only opens for radio transmissions with the correct NAC, basically the same function as the DPL or tone coded squelch.
The KSP use A and B frequencies alternating towers across the state. If the Trooper is closest to Henderson he would select the 16 B channel. If the Trooper was near Morganfield he’d select 16 A channel. After you work an area for a while you learn which channel you need to select for your current location. Usually if you have difficulty receiving the tower/site you know you need to switch to the other frequency.
OK here is how the KSP SYTEM WORKS it is Really Simple There are 2 parts to it. All the repeaters In a post area have the same input Frequency and Nac so when a unit keys up his radio the system votes on what site it here the signal on the best. Then part 2 the radio ksp mobile radios are astro spectras , xtl 5000, apx 7500 or 8500 the radio also dose voting it is called vote scanning the radio scan the different transmit frequencies of the repeaters and stops on the one it hears the best. oh and I guess i should mention in a post area there are 2 rings of repeaters an a and a b ch
B is main talk / dispatch. A is like a spare over flow ch if something is happening on b the will lock it down and all other traffic will move to A .
Oh and The troopers carry a vhf xts 5000 and they have an in car vrs that lets them use there vhf ht to talk on the uhf system.
True I forgot about Xts 3000 and The Reason post 15 is Currently opposite is because of interference Barron County has one of the same the same FRQS as post 15 B Ch repeater and it was causing issues so until Barron county switches frequencies (i heard later this summer) then they will remain on a for main dispatchSolid info. I think there are still some vhf Xts3000's in use and Post 15 is opposite. A is dispatch and B is secondary