Union County: Kenilworth PD

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RadioDitch

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Anyone have the correct frequency for the Kenilworth PD? The one listed in the database is inactive, I know they were supposed to change in January, and the new one I had is another department in Essex County.

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Matt
 
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Boss

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Kenilworth PD is now 154.100 Pl 186.2 R The input freq. is 159.210 PL 123.0 Interference from Holmdel Twp. is cause for the change
 

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I once caught Kenilworth also switch to 159.090 and called in their Ch. 2 frequency. It was never listed in any database I've ever seen......but just wanted to throw that out there. BTW, thanks for the info regarding the new kenilworth output freq. I was wondering why they were so quiet lately.
 
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I wonder what made them swap their input/repeater freqs like that. (159.21 was their repeater, and is now their input. Vice versa for the 154.1)
 

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What I can understand from this thread (it was an input problem) is that Homdel's output on 154.100 was causing a problem with at that time Keniworth's input which was also 154.100. There was enough power from Homdel to stomp on portables and some mobiles. Now with them reversing the frequencies the portables can get into their repeater easier. Homdel is on 154.100 PL 192.8, try to monitor this dept with the 186.2 PL.
 
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Yerp, 154.1 @ 186.2 PL will get you KPD. Make sure you keep your attenuators off as their waves are very weak to begin with.
 

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I'll bet you anything they are using a completely different input than what their license says. Fred Illg is notorious for using local VHF channels not licensed.
 
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