San Isabel Electric

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mjm2001

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Has anyone in southern Colorado listened to San Isabel Electric Association? It looks like they have licensed several DMR freqs but can't tell from the license if they have switched over or are still on their VHF conventional system?
If anyone can shed some light on their radio systems I would appreciate knowing.

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Mick

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I can hear them on their WQLT567 licensed channels from Colorado Springs, however their talk groups are encoded:

152.8775 Color Code 1
153.0950 Color Code 1
153.5675 Color Code 1
 

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I looked at their licenses and wondered if maybe they had a vhf trunking system the way they had the same frequency licensed for the communities where they have offices.
I was hoping this might be a DMR system I could play with the programming on to learn more about the way Uniden handles the DMR systems since it is about the only other system in the area and seems to be fairly active. But the encryption almost makes it pointless.
 
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