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polkaroo

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458.7000 173.8 or 412 (Security)
451.6625 412 (Volunteers, porters)


I have no idea what the 600mHz frequencies listed in the TAFL are, in NFM and WFM it's a silent carrier.
 

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I'd bet that the 458.7000 is the input to a repeater on 453.7000. TAFL seems to think so as well.

What's the story with 173.8 or 412? It can only be one or the other.
 

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exkalibur said:
I'd bet that the 458.7000 is the input to a repeater on 453.7000. TAFL seems to think so as well.

What's the story with 173.8 or 412? It can only be one or the other.
Probably - I was right beside the vehicle that was transmitting.

I don't know if it's the PL or DPL... I got them both on different occasions at Sunnybrook, but I 'd assume it's 412 based on the DPL of the security radios.
 

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Polkaroo i just want to thank you for your online data base it sure gets used a lot from us in BC
 

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I'd like to take credit for all that, but alas, I am in no way affilliated with the TAFL search. I got the nickname when I worked for tvontario in a previous life.
 

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polkaroo said:
I have no idea what the 600mHz frequencies listed in the TAFL are, in NFM and WFM it's a silent carrier.
608-614MHz is used for medical telemetry...expect it is non-voice and
very low power.

Dave
 

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You can hear the 600mHz stuff very clearly even sitting outside the main building in a car, no static whatsoever.
 

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I guess there's low power and very low power, must depend on the
application. The transmitter power is not shown because only (in this
case) receive is licensed. I presume this is probably TX licence-exempt
as long as it meets type-acceptance for the band/application, and RX
licensing protects receiving equipment against interference.

Dave
 

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I guess it should be Tx-exempt if it was low-power enough, since this is in the TV band for UHF off-air, and wireless mics don't require licenses, although they only reach 1000-ish feet max, and that's line-of-sight. The most expensive and powerful wirelesses are 250mW, most are 25, pro-gear is 50-100mW.
 

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polkaroo said:
I'd like to take credit for all that, but alas, I am in no way affilliated with the TAFL search. I got the nickname when I worked for tvontario in a previous life.
You were the guy in the Polkaroo outfit !!! Treasure Day was the best, Imagination Day was boring. Whats that Marigold...Polkaroo has a scanner...
 
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