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Just a shot in the dark, but does anyone know what type of radios they use @ CFL games?
 

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From what I saw of a Winnipeg Blue Bombers game two years ago, the event staff were using Motorola MTS-2000 radios, which looked to have gain antennas on them. Judging from the looks, they may be on a UHF, 800, or maybe even a 900 MHz trunking system. Have you searched through those areas when there is a game in progress? However, I would suspect that since the system is probably designed to cover the area around the stadium, it's more than likely a low-power system. Therefore, you would have to be in the nearby area.

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Thunderbolt said:
From what I saw of a Winnipeg Blue Bombers game two years ago, the event staff were using Motorola MTS-2000 radios, which looked to have gain antennas on them. Judging from the looks, they may be on a UHF, 800, or maybe even a 900 MHz trunking system. Have you searched through those areas when there is a game in progress? However, I would suspect that since the system is probably designed to cover the area around the stadium, it's more than likely a low-power system. Therefore, you would have to be in the nearby area.

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Ron
It may not be much help, but here in Regina at Sask Roughrider games the event staff are using rented radios from a local wireless supplier. This includes security. Most of these radios operate on shared UHF (450-470 MHz) simplex frequencies (often 453.xxxx, 458.xxxx, 464.xxxx, and 469.xxxx ranges).

I doubt the Blue Bombers would buy their own radios when they could be rented, or donated by a sponsor, as the Rouighriders do.

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about 10 years ago 151.085 Mhz

Like subject say I copied the Bomers locker room on 151.085 LPU frequency.

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right inside lower east deck

I was right inside... I think you could get a copy for a mile or so with stock antenna. If you have a base discone or VHF them much farter out.... VHF is nice for that.

Joe

canad said:
How far away from the stadium?
 
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