Same Freq have 2 Ctrl Channels?

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I'm using a PSR-800 and I have a system that uses LTR analog. I have the DUMP turn on so I can see the CC and other info. I see some of the Freq's like for example 1 Freq has 2 different CC is that possible? I have a file I can share see what you all think. The file is notepad.

I am listening to this system

http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=7488

When I have the 3 LCN freq's I see other talkgroups but I don't hear nothing just a static or a 3 second pickup but no voice. I made another site for all the freq's for that system the dump file shows the info in the DUMP file I uploaded.
 
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LTR uses home channels (you probably knew that). The control information is distributed across the home channels. Radios listen on their home channel when there is no voice traffic.

Group IDs prefixed with a 0-1 use home channel 1. If you see IDs with a different prefix - those come from a different home channel.
 

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LTR uses home channels (you probably knew that). The control information is distributed across the home channels. Radios listen on their home channel when there is no voice traffic.

Group IDs prefixed with a 0-1 use home channel 1. If you see IDs with a different prefix - those come from a different home channel.
I think I feel stupid after I posted this. I know LTR uses home channels. I saw the CC and I looked over and I was like boy what am I dumb I should looked at better lmao. I think I have it figured out. For example

0-28-24-177 is LCN 28 TG 24-177?
 

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Going from memory - channel numbers above 20 have special meanings (eg. they aren't channel numbers).
 
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