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Re: [ArizonaScanner] Re: freq 460.200

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  • walter.howard@juno.com
    And the operative word is YET . walter On Sat, 31 May 2003 06:17:35 -0000 John H. Guetherman ...
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      And the operative word is "YET".

      walter

      On Sat, 31 May 2003 06:17:35 -0000 "John H. Guetherman"
      <jhguetherman@...> writes:
      > --- In ArizonaScanner@yahoogroups.com, "Mark"
      > <ruger_44_magnum_99@y...> wrote:
      > > the freq belong's to maricopa county sheriff's dept. sub station's
      >
      > > but when i looked it up on the fcc site it showed different freqs
      >
      > > with the same call sign's. but im not sure who asked about the
      > freq
      >
      > It used to be MCSO's channel 4. When MCSO went to their 800 MHz
      > digital trunked system, their former UHF channels went up for grabs.
      >
      > Peoria PD got 460.125, their channel 2 at the moment. Southwest
      > Ambulance got 460.050, 460.075 and 460.100, channels 18, 19 and 20.
      >
      > DPS got 460.150, 460.175, and 460.200. 460.200 is now simulcasting
      > the Metro East Dispatcher (Mesa, et al). You'll hear the same
      > dispatcher on 460.200 as you hear 460.400, however you won't hear
      > the
      > officer's on 460.200 as of yet.
      >
      > John
      > Peoria

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