Richmond County GA Conventional Channels

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Does anyone know if the conventional channels listed in the DB are still used by Richmond county? As far as I know They are fully P25. Below is just a few that are listed.
460.175 ARC NARC
851.4375 SWAT 1
851.275 RC CST
 

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460.175 was one of the two UHF freqs RCSO had since the early 1970s and was used until they went to Pal 800.

It seems very unlikely to me that any UHF radios would be used today, but it's certainly possible.
 

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460.175 was one of the two UHF freqs RCSO had since the early 1970s and was used until they went to Pal 800.

It seems very unlikely to me that any UHF radios would be used today, but it's certainly possible.
So do you know if the 800 channels are current talk-around channels? Or are old Also do you know if there was a PL on 460.175?
 

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Yes, as far as I know, the UHF radios had PL.

I remember it being said that to use Ch. 3 (460.500/154.905 cross-band repeater to GA intrastate channel), turn off your "Channel Guard." On the old General Electric radios, "Channel Guard" was their term for PL.

It would make sense to me that the 800 freqs are probably talk around channels.
 

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Does anyone know if the conventional channels listed in the DB are still used by Richmond county? As far as I know They are fully P25. Below is just a few that are listed.
460.175 ARC NARC
851.4375 SWAT 1
851.275 RC CST
No, they are no longer using this frequency and have not for years.
 
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