Transmit Frequeny/Recieve Frequency

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RadioHead98

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When looking at Frequency Listings for Law Enforcement Channels..How can you tell the difference in other words ...which is the Recieve and Is the Input Frequency the Transmit?...What are the Send code and the Receive Code on a listing? Thanks in advance
 

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RadioHead98 said:
When looking at Frequency Listings for Law Enforcement Channels..How can you tell the difference in other words ...which is the Recieve and Is the Input Frequency the Transmit?...What are the Send code and the Receive Code on a listing? Thanks in advance
For what County, and all you really need is the receive frequency and PL tones. You will receive everything just fine.
 

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newsalan said:
For what County, and all you really need is the receive frequency and PL tones. You will receive everything just fine.
Jefferson County Sheriff...Theere are 4 Frequencis listed...under Jefferson County Law Enforcement..Thanks What are PL tones?
 

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I see five frequencies.

There are four repeaters:

453.67500
453.97500
453.40000
460.20000

There is one simplex frequency:
458.33750

Using the PL will knock down some of the noise and interference. Is your scanner capable of using PL tones?
 

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RadioHead98 said:
Jefferson County Sheriff...Theere are 4 Frequencis listed...under Jefferson County Law Enforcement..Thanks What are PL tones?
It's listed in the database correctly, in fact all the Law Enforcement is accurate for Jefferson County. Just ignore anything that says input.

I don't monitor the system all that often, so I'm not sure how active the last two are.
SHERIFF METRO 453.6750 CTCSS 162.2Hz
SHERIFF F-2 453.9750 CTCSS 162.2Hz
SHERIFF F-3 453.4000 CTCSS 162.2Hz
SHERIFF F-4 460.2000 CTCSS 162.2Hz
 
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newsalan said:
It's listed in the database correctly, in fact all the Law Enforcement is accurate for Jefferson County. Just ignore anything that says input.

I don't monitor the system all that often, so I'm sure how active the last two are.
SHERIFF METRO 453.6750 CTCSS 162.2Hz
SHERIFF F-2 453.9750 CTCSS 162.2Hz
SHERIFF F-3 453.4000 CTCSS 162.2Hz
SHERIFF F-4 460.2000 CTCSS 162.2Hz

The last 2 are not active as far as I know. I have never heard anything on them unless they are simplex around the courthouse.
 

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The last 2 are not active as far as I know. I have never heard anything on them unless they are simplex around the courthouse.
I concur, you are closer and hear them more than I do. But I was in Louisville or near it all day. I just heard Metro and F-2 being active.

I need to go sit by the Courthouse(s) as I have some federal frequencies I'd like to narrow down.
 

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Don_Burke said:
I see five frequencies.

There are four repeaters:

453.67500
453.97500
453.40000
460.20000

There is one simplex frequency:
458.33750

Using the PL will knock down some of the noise and interference. Is your scanner capable of using PL tones?
I do not know..what is a simplex frequency?are the repeaters Transmit and receive frequencies?In other words are the repeater frequencies both transmit and recieve?
 
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BigDog-911 said:
The last 2 are not active as far as I know. I have never heard anything on them unless they are simplex around the courthouse.
If these are UHF ,...what is the 162.2Hz?
 

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RadioHead98 said:
If these are UHF ,...what is the 162.2Hz?
UHF and 162.2 is the Tone Squelch aka Private Line by Motorola, Channel Guard is what GE Ma/Com calls it.

What type of scanner do you have and are you trying to program?

Because it's sounding like you want to program a radio. I would suggest spending time in the manual and on the Wiki here learning some of the basic details, it will make things a little clearer.
 
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