Has anyone else noticed some usage in and around the Cleveland or Akron area of DMR on rail frequencies? Two frequencies in particular I have caught more than once over the last few weeks that were decoded crystal clear with bcd496hp (with upgrade) were 160.260 and 160.290. Both are listed in RR database as Cuyahoga Valley operations but while checking FCC data saw it could be others. While the conversations were brief quick back and forth conversations and spaced out over an afternoon they were mostly very clear but did occasionally have some motorboating. The radio display from what I could catch clearly had dmr and color code 1 showing. Do not have any clue who it may be and no idea as to what system is in use as still trying to grasp this whole DMR thing. I have gotten motorboating noise on other frequencies too which if I understand correctly is that some railroads are known to use NXDN and the Unidens can't decode them. Will try to get more info off of the radios display. Anyone else hear DMR on the rails other than NXDN? Any Whistler folks catching any NXDN talk?
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