what is the frequency 868.0375 for?

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E5911

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Ok. Stumbled on this frequency <868.0375 FB2> while searching the fcc database, The one near me is at a CHP office and there appears to be other sites with the same frequency. Appears to be a repeater, not OES , not National Interop. Licensed to the state, anyone know what it is being used for?

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I have a question: where are you? California is a big state :)


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E5911

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868.0375

Caltrans, got it

BTW I'm in Yuma Az a stones throw from the California state line

Transmitter is in Felicity 3-4 miles from me.
 

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Another good reason for a Premium Subscription, you can search for frequencies in the DB and it would have shown you instantly what it's allocated to.
 

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Another good reason for a Premium Subscription, you can search for frequencies in the DB and it would have shown you instantly what it's allocated to.
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