No its uhf. Its definitely digital.Is this 700MHz P25? I have not seen any recent FCC Grants for license or transmitters in the TF area.
Are you sure it is P25 digital? The only currently active 700MHz P25 transmitter close to Twin Falls is Flat Top Butte north of TF with a control channel of 774.40625.
Nope, it's not. Looks like P25 Phase 1. I found (3) licenses so I'm not sure if these are all the same area/system/site, etc. Put these frequencies into the scanner and see what happens... Of course they could be encrypted.Is this 700MHz P25?
Yeah I have most of those programmed. Just hear various parts of the transmissions on different frequencies. Its not encrypted.Nope, it's not. Looks like P25 Phase 1. I found (3) licenses so I'm not sure if these are all the same area/system/site, etc. Put these frequencies into the scanner and see what happens... Of course they could be encrypted.
I saw that too but if you look at Google Maps they are pretty close together so there may not be a 2nd control channel -- just depends on their particular configuration.From looking at the license information, This system seems to have two transmitter sites. One is at the weapons range near 3200 E. and 4100 N. and the other is on 3rd Ave East in Twin Falls. Control channel 460.3125 is licensed for the weapons range site. There should be another control channel for the 3rd Ave site. It is probably one of the following frequencies 453.7875, 460.0375 or 460.2875 that are only licensed to the 3rd Ave site.