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LTR you would hear periodic Clicks
Not necessarily, an LTR system close to me does absolutely nothing. It does not keep up unless it is being used

But gator, your recording does have the LTR key up at 4.9 seconds into you recording.
If you had a scanner with a discriminator tap and a free program called LTR Analyzer, you can see information being
transmitted in that short key up. It shows you the LCN of that frequency and makes it easy to map out a system.
 
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Maybe no current customers, I've seen LTR's even in a Busy URBAN Area that don't get used that often.

OR they abandoned it for Cell/iphone/ipads and forgot to unplug it.

here is a sound sample
 
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Well this Vanderpol is a contractor you would think this would be busy
thankyou too for the help
 
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