San Bernardino County Barstow and Needles Systems

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jlanfn

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Does anyone monitor San Bernardino County Systems 2 or 5? I was conducting a little investigation into all of the county's trunked 800 MHz licenses and discovered some discrepancies between the license data and the RR database.

The database shows a frequency of 859.475 for System 2, but that frequency isn't licensed. It also shows 868.9375 as a frequency for System 5, also not licensed.

Can anyone confirm if they ever hear traffic on these frequencies? If not, I think the database is in error.
 

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Does anyone monitor San Bernardino County Systems 2 or 5? I was conducting a little investigation into all of the county's trunked 800 MHz licenses and discovered some discrepancies between the license data and the RR database.

The database shows a frequency of 859.475 for System 2, but that frequency isn't licensed. It also shows 868.9375 as a frequency for System 5, also not licensed.

Can anyone confirm if they ever hear traffic on these frequencies? If not, I think the database is in error.
I monitor SBCO 2 all the time and I do know that there is traffic on 859.475 mhz. That is one of the rotating chanels.
 

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I monitor SBCO 2 all the time and I do know that there is traffic on 859.475 mhz. That is one of the rotating chanels.
What do you mean by rotating channels? It isn't showing as a rotating control channel in the database.

859.475 is one of the conventional channels they use for coverage in Trona and Baker. Are you 100% sure that the traffic you have heard on it is from the System 2 trunked system, coming from Flash II in Barstow, and not this conventional channel?
 

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What do you mean by rotating channels? It isn't showing as a rotating control channel in the database.

859.475 is one of the conventional channels they use for coverage in Trona and Baker. Are you 100% sure that the traffic you have heard on it is from the System 2 trunked system, coming from Flash II in Barstow, and not this conventional channel?
Yes I am sure. I have that r/f programmed on my tk-480 for flash II. There are 4 control channels and 4 rotating voice channels for flash II.
 

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Yes I am sure. I have that r/f programmed on my tk-480 for flash II. There are 4 control channels and 4 rotating voice channels for flash II.
Upon further listening The R/F that you are inquiring about does not have any conversations. Just A bunch of noise. I thought It was a different R/F origanlly.
 
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