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Searching the Fed. freqs. In ABQ

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rinkerk

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Hello Natives,
I have spent a couple of days searching the 406-420 MHZ near the ABQ area. Lots of hits and alot of didgital and " in the clear voice.
Anyone in our area want to contribute or share known actives here?
You can post here or contact me personally via my E-mail.
Alot of activity on the MilAir freqs these days. Also check out the 162-175 MHZ bands.
Let us know what you hear................
Regards,
KR
 

n7jei

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a bunch of the 406-420 is the Kirtland/Sandia trunked system. Mixed analog digital. Would like to collaborate on additional fed monitoring in ABQ! Will post what I hear.
 

beerzkool

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Hi,

Depending where you live and your setup you may be receiving LANL. See my website for freq's and TG's. It is EDACS and mostly analog.
 

abqscan

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look in the 410-411Mhz range. =) you might hear some comms from a cesna flying over the city. "Subject is in lane #2 and redballed" :cool:
 

rinkerk

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I heard a reference on the MilAir freqs of 214.200. All My scanners are RS. I heard a reference of 214.200. My 2052 and 2052's wont load that freq. It goes up to a TV channel.
Time for another scanner? Uniden?
Any advise would be well received.
Regards,
KR
 

rinkerk

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The 2 Pro-2042's wont load that freq as per manual.
Guess I need another scanner :(
BGRDS to the groups.
KR
 

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Who is making reference to using that freq?
 
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