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At US > North Dakota > Burleigh (County) > Businesses, 151.9950 Sam's Club is not a valid bandplan channel and not licensed to them. It is licensed only three times in ULS, all of which are expired in 2002/2003, and likely were mistakes. Can someone locally confirm which freq(s) are in use at this store?
 

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Just because there is no license for the frequency doesn't mean it isn't being used. Locally we have a security company using two frequencies that doesn't hold a valid license.
 

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Sam's Club/WalMart will be moving to a new radio system according to articles I have seen. It was also confirmed by a manager at my local store. To avoid the problems with the old MURS frequencies, the new one will be digital and/or encrypted. No more harassing the employees or hearing the chit chat unrelated to running the store.
 

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Just because there is no license for the frequency doesn't mean it isn't being used. Locally we have a security company using two frequencies that doesn't hold a valid license.
Sure, but it's less likely for a large company (I believe), and it's not even a valid channel. I suspect it's a typo of the actual channel, or that the person that originally reported it was hearing an image or spur of some totally different frequency.
 

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most likely a TYPO or someone with an SDR not knowing the US Band Plans
Just because there is no license for the frequency doesn't mean it isn't being used. Locally we have a security company using two frequencies that doesn't hold a valid license.
 
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