road trip to montana on 9-27-14 finds

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i need some help to find out what and who uses these frequencies from my recent Miles City trip.. traveled on mostly Highway 212 and then switched off onto Highway 59 at Broadus that morning.. another thing is there any GMRS activity in that area ? i know for sure there is a repeater on 462.550 up near Billings but not sure of any in South-Eastern Montana...

152.9525 PL-88.5
171.4750 PL-123.0 (WARREN PEAK) OUT
164.1375 PL-123.0 (WARREN PEAK) IN
164.8375 PL-141.3
154.8300 PL-131.8
159.1500 DCS-251
168.7750 CSQ (BELLE AREA)
169.9875 P-25 ???

464.4125 turbo
463.3375 turbo
452.5000 turbo
462.4625 turbo
451.6125 turbo
464.7250 ????
154.3250 PL-107.2 BROADUS AREA ? / CROOK CO FIRE ?

158.7750 ???????? miles city area input to 155.895
159.5100 PL-100.0 miles city area
171.5375 PL-167.9 BLM MILES CITY ?
171.5375 PL-91.5 BLM MILES CITY ?
168.6750 CSQ ?
164.6125 CSQ ?
160.6650 CSQ ?
 

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171.4750 is generally an Air/Ground (64) channel
National Incident Radio Support Cache - The RadioReference Wiki

Warren Peak is in Beaverhead-Deer Lodge NF
http://wiki.radioreference.com/inde...e_-_Beaverhead-Deer_Lodge_National_Forest_(MT) could that be a typo of 171.4250 ?

The USFS has been moving around the inputs for many of the Repeater pairs to bring them into compliance with the standard of

162-174 MHz
NTIA Manual Chapter 4 Section 4.3.7
  • Government land mobile channels are normally on 12.5 kHz steps (162.05, 162.0625, 162.075 ...) in NFM, P25, or other digital voice modes.
  • No standard offset.
  • There are other unpaired single frequencies in other parts of the band that are not specified in the manual.
  • Use of the band 162-174 MHz by the military agencies is limited to non-tactical or intra-base radio operations.
162.0500-166.4875 Mobile/repeater input166.5000-169.5000 Unpaired single frequency systems169.5125-173.2000 Base/repeater output173.4000-173.9875 Base/repeater output164.8375, likely the the BLM Port/Temp Repeater
171.5375 167.9 - Home Creek Repeater
http://wiki.radioreference.com/index.php/BLM_Miles_City_Field_Office_(SD/MT)

168.6750
http://wiki.radioreference.com/index.php/US_Forest_Service_-_Nez_Perce_National_Forest_(ID)



i need some help to find out what and who uses these frequencies from my recent Miles City trip.. traveled on mostly Highway 212 and then switched off onto Highway 59 at Broadus that morning.. another thing is there any GMRS activity in that area ? i know for sure there is a repeater on 462.550 up near Billings but not sure of any in South-Eastern Montana...

152.9525 PL-88.5
171.4750 PL-123.0 (WARREN PEAK) OUT
164.1375 PL-123.0 (WARREN PEAK) IN
164.8375 PL-141.3
154.8300 PL-131.8
159.1500 DCS-251
168.7750 CSQ (BELLE AREA)
169.9875 P-25 ???

464.4125 turbo
463.3375 turbo
452.5000 turbo
462.4625 turbo
451.6125 turbo
464.7250 ????
154.3250 PL-107.2 BROADUS AREA ? / CROOK CO FIRE ?

158.7750 ???????? miles city area input to 155.895
159.5100 PL-100.0 miles city area
171.5375 PL-167.9 BLM MILES CITY ?
171.5375 PL-91.5 BLM MILES CITY ?
168.6750 CSQ ?
164.6125 CSQ ?
160.6650 CSQ ?
 
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