157.605 ctcss 103.5i don't see that anyone in the original thread messages confirmed this - i'm wondering what freq or system/tg memorial medflight uses for keeping in touch with its dispatcher.
I'm in the chicago area and heard lurie childrens hospital in chicago working "medflight 1" on the hospital's 131.775 helo pad freq. Unknown if this was memorial medflight or possibly a university of wisconsin madison med flight helo.
OK, I'm confused. I think you're saying that 157.605 is the actual repeater output, but I want to make sure I understand you correctly, milf.No the input is the output. It is reversed, like a few other setups I know of. Might be typo on the lic,... Or it could be this way due to interference etc. There used to be an VHF repeater for an Sheriffs Office in MS that had done this also, due to interference from at least 2 other agencies with same freq that boomed in on Tropo Ducting often enough to cause issues. So they just flipped them around.
On the lic says one thing... Reality is the reverse. Like I said, this is not the first time I have seen this done. Wilkinson County MS Sheriff Office for many, many years ran the input as the output on their VHF repeater. Unless there is an complaint filed about interference, nothing gets said or done until renewal time rolls around. And coordinators do not go out and do inspections of equipment. The filing agency just files and on it goes until big changes come along.OK, I'm confused. I think you're saying that 157.605 is the actual repeater output, but I want to make sure I understand you correctly, milf.
152.345 is currently shown as the repeater output freq on the license, which seems to be the traditional arrangement with this frequency pair. I wouldn't think that the licensee could just swap the repeater output and input freqs without getting the license modified. It seems that this wouldn't get approval from a frequency coordinator either.