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  • Michael Webber
    Great work, I ve look a few times for a list like this and found nothing. Did you hear anything on: 470.525 103.5 - FOXBORO PD STADIUM OPS This the
    Message 1 of 6 , Oct 9, 2006
      Great work, I've look a few times for a list like this and found nothing.  Did you hear anything on:
       
      470.525 103.5 - FOXBORO PD STADIUM OPS
       
      This the description I found a while back for:
      464.9125 - FOXBORO FIRE STADIUM REPEATER
       
      Mike
       


      ----- Original Message ----
      From: Bill <ecps92@...>
      To: Scan-Mass-East@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Monday, October 9, 2006 10:55:43 AM
      Subject: [Scan-Mass-East] Mobile Monitoring Event

      Sunday with nothing better to do. ! :)
       
      John-M and myself met up in Foxboro to seek-out [SEARCH] for frequencies related to the
      Patriots vs Miami football game.
       
      Two reasons.
      a.)  Because they are there
      b.)  To better assist with the Live Feed [John send the link] for Teamspeak on the web.
       
      It was a pretty simple operation for the Gillette Stadium Info.
       
      http://www.fcc. gov/searchtools. html and scroll down to the FCC General Menu Reports
       
      Running a Search on Company Names, we used "Gillette Stadium"
      The FCC Returned  WPXL674
       
      462.3500
      464.4500
      464.7500
      451.5000
      451.9750
      452.1250
       
      Once we had the license, a quick additional check was made, using the Location Search
      based upon the Latitude and Longitude from the FCC License.
       
      A Local monitoring event like this, I prefer to use a 0.5 - 1.0 Mile Radius, this keeps some of the
      Nextel Data out of the Report, although many of the Sport Venues have Nextel sites built into
      the facilities now.
       
      This brought us to the NFL under WQDL307 , lots of Frequencies to Monitor.
       
      With a few different Scanners Loaded , we met up in Foxboro and began immediately
      confirming frequencies, channel usage and CTCSS / DCS Tones.  [Amazingly Simple].
       
      We also searched the UHF Band [since many of the licenses are 450-470], although in the future
      I would expand my band segments to include VHF Low and VHF High.
       
       
      450.3125 127.3 Hz      Unknown TV Network [Miami??]
      450.6125 136.5 Hz      WHDH TV
      450.8875 CSQ            CBS TV
      451.0375 100.0 Hz      Fallon EMS [Pac/RT] Supervisors Truck
      451.5000 131.8 Hz      Security Repeater [Foxtrot, Tango, Romeo & Golf Units] [Internal Security]
      451.9750                    Nothing heard that contained Stadium Operations
      451.9750 D-162           Unknown Campus [FCC shows Becker & Harvard]
      452.1250 156.7 Hz      Poss Ch.02 Papa Units [External Security]
      453.1750 D-074          Acton Fire
      453.2625 100.0 Hz      Wrentham Fire
      453.3625 103.5 Hz      Poss RI? Fire Dept
      453.6875 88.5 Hz        Dedham Fire
      453.7000 218.1 Hz      Taunton Fire
      455.8875 CSQ            CBS TV
      457.5125 71.9 Hz        Golden Arches Order system
      457.6000 CSQ            Media or Team Camera Ops
      460.3875 127.3 Hz      Poss RI???
      460.5000 D-023           Helo Copter reporting traffic and parking lot capacity back to Stadium Command
      460.7125 173.8 Hz      Replay Booth [Team? or NFL?]
      461.7125 D-054           Miami Dolphins QB Radio
      461.9125 141.3 Hz      Parking lot Attendants
      462.3500                    Nothing heard that contained Stadium Operations
      463.9375 123.0 Hz      Phillips Academy with Phone Patch
      464.4500 173.8 Hz      Security [Sierra & India Units] Someone referred to this as the Premium Channel [Club House?]
      464.7500 192.8 Hz      Ticket Takers, Gate Security
      464.9125  210.7 Hz     Public Safety - On Site.  Police, Fire, EMS
      464.9375 D-245           Patriots QB Radio
      465.7125 D-065           Microphones [Poss TV or Radio network]
      468.4875 77.0 Hz        Golden Arches Order System
       
       
       
       
      Other Frequencies discovered, or from previous monitoring events
      151.8650 67.0 Hz    Fallon Ambulance - Stadium Ops
      153.5900 203.5 Hz  BayState Gas Co - Repeater
      153.6350 186.2 Hz  BayState Gas Co - Repeater
      157.4700 146.2 Hz  Chris Tow - Contract for Rte-1 Events
      161.2200 67.0 Hz    Fallon Ambulance
       
      Of Course the MSP Operate on the 800 TRS System for All Operations.
      Nothing on Simplex or the I-TAC's.
       
       
       
       
      Bill Dunn    N1/KUG
      Cruise Ship Frequencies
      http://home. earthlink. net/~ecps92/ cruise_ships. htm  [Updated]

    • Bill
      Yes, however our spot-lite was concentrated on the 450-460 Mhz band, rather than the known T-Band stuff for Foxboro Police and Fire. ... From: Michael Webber
      Message 2 of 6 , Oct 9, 2006
        Yes, however our spot-lite was concentrated on the 450-460 Mhz band, rather than the known
        T-Band stuff for Foxboro Police and Fire.
         
         
        ----- Original Message -----
        To: Bill
        Sent: Monday, October 09, 2006 3:07 PM
        Subject: Re: [Scan-Mass-East] Mobile Monitoring Event

        Great work, I've look a few times for a list like this and found nothing.  Did you hear anything on:
         
        470.525 103.5 - FOXBORO PD STADIUM OPS
         
        This the description I found a while back for:
        464.9125 - FOXBORO FIRE STADIUM REPEATER
         
        Mike
         


        ----- Original Message ----
        From: Bill <ecps92@...>
        To: Scan-Mass-East@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Monday, October 9, 2006 10:55:43 AM
        Subject: [Scan-Mass-East] Mobile Monitoring Event

        Sunday with nothing better to do. ! :)
         
        John-M and myself met up in Foxboro to seek-out [SEARCH] for frequencies related to the
        Patriots vs Miami football game.
         
        Two reasons.
        a.)  Because they are there
        b.)  To better assist with the Live Feed [John send the link] for Teamspeak on the web.
         
        It was a pretty simple operation for the Gillette Stadium Info.
         
        http://www.fcc. gov/searchtools. html and scroll down to the FCC General Menu Reports
         
        Running a Search on Company Names, we used "Gillette Stadium"
        The FCC Returned  WPXL674
         
        462.3500
        464.4500
        464.7500
        451.5000
        451.9750
        452.1250
         
        Once we had the license, a quick additional check was made, using the Location Search
        based upon the Latitude and Longitude from the FCC License.
         
        A Local monitoring event like this, I prefer to use a 0.5 - 1.0 Mile Radius, this keeps some of the
        Nextel Data out of the Report, although many of the Sport Venues have Nextel sites built into
        the facilities now.
         
        This brought us to the NFL under WQDL307 , lots of Frequencies to Monitor.
         
        With a few different Scanners Loaded , we met up in Foxboro and began immediately
        confirming frequencies, channel usage and CTCSS / DCS Tones.  [Amazingly Simple].
         
        We also searched the UHF Band [since many of the licenses are 450-470], although in the future
        I would expand my band segments to include VHF Low and VHF High.
         
         
        450.3125 127.3 Hz      Unknown TV Network [Miami??]
        450.6125 136.5 Hz      WHDH TV
        450.8875 CSQ            CBS TV
        451.0375 100.0 Hz      Fallon EMS [Pac/RT] Supervisors Truck
        451.5000 131.8 Hz      Security Repeater [Foxtrot, Tango, Romeo & Golf Units] [Internal Security]
        451.9750                    Nothing heard that contained Stadium Operations
        451.9750 D-162           Unknown Campus [FCC shows Becker & Harvard]
        452.1250 156.7 Hz      Poss Ch.02 Papa Units [External Security]
        453.1750 D-074          Acton Fire
        453.2625 100.0 Hz      Wrentham Fire
        453.3625 103.5 Hz      Poss RI? Fire Dept
        453.6875 88.5 Hz        Dedham Fire
        453.7000 218.1 Hz      Taunton Fire
        455.8875 CSQ            CBS TV
        457.5125 71.9 Hz        Golden Arches Order system
        457.6000 CSQ            Media or Team Camera Ops
        460.3875 127.3 Hz      Poss RI???
        460.5000 D-023           Helo Copter reporting traffic and parking lot capacity back to Stadium Command
        460.7125 173.8 Hz      Replay Booth [Team? or NFL?]
        461.7125 D-054           Miami Dolphins QB Radio
        461.9125 141.3 Hz      Parking lot Attendants
        462.3500                    Nothing heard that contained Stadium Operations
        463.9375 123.0 Hz      Phillips Academy with Phone Patch
        464.4500 173.8 Hz      Security [Sierra & India Units] Someone referred to this as the Premium Channel [Club House?]
        464.7500 192.8 Hz      Ticket Takers, Gate Security
        464.9125  210.7 Hz     Public Safety - On Site.  Police, Fire, EMS
        464.9375 D-245           Patriots QB Radio
        465.7125 D-065           Microphones [Poss TV or Radio network]
        468.4875 77.0 Hz        Golden Arches Order System
         
         
         
         
        Other Frequencies discovered, or from previous monitoring events
        151.8650 67.0 Hz    Fallon Ambulance - Stadium Ops
        153.5900 203.5 Hz  BayState Gas Co - Repeater
        153.6350 186.2 Hz  BayState Gas Co - Repeater
        157.4700 146.2 Hz  Chris Tow - Contract for Rte-1 Events
        161.2200 67.0 Hz    Fallon Ambulance
         
        Of Course the MSP Operate on the 800 TRS System for All Operations.
        Nothing on Simplex or the I-TAC's.
         
         
         
         
        Bill Dunn    N1/KUG
        Cruise Ship Frequencies
        http://home. earthlink. net/~ecps92/ cruise_ships. htm  [Updated]

      • Bill Smith
        Football. What a waste of spectrum! :-) SO! They are still using a PS freq illegally, unless it s the Boston Police Helicopter. _____ From:
        Message 3 of 6 , Oct 9, 2006

          Football. What a waste of spectrum! J

           

          SO! They are still using a PS freq illegally, unless it’s the Boston Police Helicopter…

           


          From: Scan-Mass-East@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Scan-Mass-East@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Bill
          Sent: Monday, October 09, 2006 9:56 AM
          To: Scan-Mass-East@yahoogroups.com
          Subject: [Scan-Mass-East] Mobile Monitoring Event

           

          Sunday with nothing better to do. ! :)

           

          John-M and myself met up in Foxboro to seek-out [SEARCH] for frequencies related to the

          Patriots vs Miami football game.

          460.5000 D-023           Helo Copter reporting traffic and parking lot capacity back to Stadium Command

        • scott@scancapecod.us
          Nice job, guys. The Teamspeak feed and its listeners will benefit greatly from it. With your combined permission I d love to add this as a Wiki (or as John
          Message 4 of 6 , Oct 9, 2006
            Nice job, guys. The Teamspeak feed and its listeners will benefit greatly from it. With your combined permission I'd love to add this as a Wiki (or as John refers to it, the "wookie") page with credit to you both for your efforts. Sounds like a fun afternoon, and thanks primarily to the Pats' D, a victory for all.
             
            Scott
             


            From: Bill [mailto:ecps92@...]
            Sent: Monday, October 09, 2006 10:56
            To: Scan-Mass-East@yahoogroups.com
            Subject: [Scan-Mass-East] Mobile Monitoring Event

          • Bill
            Another Sunday with nothing better to do. ! :) before a Football Game. John-M, Tim-N and myself met up in Foxboro to seek-out [SEARCH] for frequencies related
            Message 5 of 6 , Dec 18, 2006
               

              Another Sunday with nothing better to do. ! :) before a Football Game.
               
              John-M, Tim-N and myself met up in Foxboro to seek-out [SEARCH] for frequencies related to the Patriots vs Houston football game.
               
              Two reasons.
              a.)  Because they are there
              b.)  To better assist with the Live Feed [John send the link] for Teamspeak on the web.
               
              It was a pretty simple operation for the Gillette Stadium Info.
               
              http://www.fcc. gov/searchtools. html and scroll down to the FCC General Menu Reports
               
              Running a Search on Company Names, we used "Gillette Stadium"
              The FCC Returned  WPXL674
               
              462.3500
              464.4500
              464.7500
              451.5000
              451.9750
              452.1250
               
              Once we had the license, a quick additional check was made, using the Location Search based upon the Latitude and Longitude from the FCC License.
               
              A Local monitoring event like this, I prefer to use a 0.5 - 1.0 Mile Radius, this keeps some of the Nextel Data out of the Report, although many of the Sport Venues have Nextel sites built into the facilities now.
               
              This brought us to the NFL under WQDL307 , lots of Frequencies to Monitor.
               
              With a few different Scanners Loaded , we met up in Foxboro and began immediately confirming frequencies, channel usage and CTCSS / DCS Tones.  [Amazingly Simple].
               
              Not being on the Property, Close-Call was not worth enabling.
               
              We searched the UHF Band [since many of the licenses are 450-470], although as stated in a prior Monitoring post, I did expand my searches into the VHF High region.
               
              Other than RI/MA Fire Dept's and the USCG there was not much.
               
               
              450.8250 CSQ   Unknown TV/Radio Network [Houston???]
              451.0375 100.0 Hz      Fallon EMS [Pac/RT] Supervisors Truck
              451.5000 131.8 Hz      Security Repeater [Uniform, Bravo & Golf Units] [Internal Security]
              451.9750                    Nothing heard that contained Stadium Operations
              452.1250 156.7 Hz      Poss Ch.02 Papa & Sierra Units [External Security]
              457.5125 71.9 Hz        Golden Arches Order system
              460.5000 D-023           Helo Copter reporting traffic and parking lot capacity back to Stadium Command, still bootlegging Boston Police
              460.7125 D-445      Replay Booth [Team? or NFL?]
              464.5125 D-265      Houston Texans QB Radio
              461.9125 141.3 Hz      Parking lot Attendants
              462.3500                    Nothing heard that contained Stadium Operations
              464.4500 173.8 Hz      Security [Sierra & India Units] Someone referred to this as the Premium Channel [Club House?]
              464.7500 192.8 Hz      Ticket Takers, Gate Security
              464.9125  210.7 Hz     Public Safety - On Site.  Police, Fire, EMS
              464.9375 D-245           Patriots QB Radio
              468.4875 77.0 Hz        Golden Arches Order System
              464.0375 D-023           [Media] Texas Accents, No Houston area Licenses found near Stadium
              469.5000 D-662        [Media]  Texas Accents
              469.5500 D-662        [Media] Texas Accents
               
               
               
               
              Other Frequencies discovered, or from previous monitoring events
              151.8650 67.0 Hz    Fallon Ambulance - Stadium Ops
              153.5900 203.5 Hz  BayState Gas Co - Repeater
              153.6350 186.2 Hz  BayState Gas Co - Repeater
              157.4700 146.2 Hz  Chris Tow - Contract for Rte-1 Events
              161.2200 67.0 Hz    Fallon Ambulance
               
              Of Course the MSP Operate on the 800 TRS System for All Operations.
              Nothing on Simplex or the I-TAC's.
               
               
               
               
              Bill Dunn    N1/KUG
              Cruise Ship Frequencies
              http://home. earthlink. net/~ecps92/ cruise_ships. htm  [Updated]

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