TSA Greensboro

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mlcline

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Does anyone know what frequencies TSA use at PTI in Greensboro. Do they use Guilford county trunking system? They are not listed in the Piedmont Triad Airport talk group. Thanks for any info.
 

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If I was Pete Rose and a betting man, I would bet the TSA
at PTI use the exact same set of Freqs that the TSA at KRDU
(and most other airports in the US) use:

Transportation Security Administration - The RadioReference Wiki

National Radio Channel Plan

Ch 1 172.1500 NAC 001 S1 Simplex 1
Ch 2 172.1500 NAC 002 S1 Simplex 2
Ch 3 172.1500 NAC 003 S1 Simplex 3
Ch 4 172.1500 NAC 004 S1 Simplex 4
Ch 5 172.9000 NAC 002 S2 Simplex 2
Ch 6 169.3000 NAC 009 S3 Simplex
Ch 7 172.9000 NAC 001 R1 Repeater 1
Ch 8 172.9000 NAC 002 R1 Repeater 2
Ch 9 172.9000 NAC 003 R1 Repeater 3
Ch 10 172.9000 NAC 001 S2 Simplex 1
Ch 11 172.9000 NAC 003 S2 Simplex 3
Ch 12 166.4625 PL 103.5 F1 Simplex 1 (Analog, DHS Common)
Ch 13 166.4625 NAC 001 F1 Simplex 2 (Digital, DHS Common)

*Note: Channel 6 (169.300) is used as the input to the R1 (172.900) repeaters
in channels 7, 8, and 9. The use of different NAC's allows traffic on
Channel 6 to remain seperate and function as a simplex channel without
activating the repeater.
Their communications don't deviate too much from place to place.
Marshall KE4ZNR
P.S. No matter what he said Pete Rose was a betting man.
 
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C138NC

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When i was at PTI they all had XTS3000's, I thought they were 800mhz since i always look at the antennas which i know is kinda dumb to do, not hard to tell the difference between VHF and 800mhz antennas, just now most of the UHF antennas look like the 800's
 
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