Statewide 452.450

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thooker

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I see that there is a statewide license (WNZL712) which is assigned 452.450 / 457.450 MHz. It has a control point of NMSU in Las Cruces. It has emission designators of 20K0F1D, 11K0F1D which are digital modulations. In Las Cruces, I can hear digital signals, but I dont know what format they are.

Does anybody hear this in their area? Any idea what it is?
 

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Those two emission designations indicate basically wide and narrow modulation. They are not "digital" modulation. They indicate the information being transmitted is not voice but data instead.
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Most likely it's DMR you're hearing. Looks like that freq is licensed for 7K emissions as part of a trunked DMR system.

Any MotoTRBO Connect Plus systems around?
 

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I dont know if connect plus is around here. However, I used a Yagi and discovered that the signal is stronger down towards El Paso. It seems there are no emmissions from the Las Cruces area.

There is a licensee down in El Paso that is authorized on that frequency, but only for analog. They might be operating DMR...
 
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