I notice upon listening to the Washburn Co Sheriffs P25 channel that I see "P25: 801" and "P25:802" in the display at the bottom, not sure what they're used for but figured I could pass that along and somebody explain it or decode the use for them.
Are you sure about this. I just looked at the license and that frequency is an input frequency. The only frequency licensed on the Birchwood tower is 155.73, same as Lampson.Yes, the south tower freq is 154.9500 with the same PLs for Digital/Analog. (I submitted this to the DB, awaiting it to be posted)
154.950 IS the input to the repeater in Birchwood with an output of 155.730. It is not a simulcast since the repeater is doing what it is supposed to do, repeat the input.Yep, 100%. They have 801NAC now for digital, and before it was 151.4PL for analog. It is a repeater as you can hear the repeater hang, but it also simlicasts it on 155.730 for Birchwood.
Aka: Dispatch txs on 154.950, Birchwood rxs on 155.730 loud and clear.
Again, it's NOT an input freq, theres a distinct repeater click.