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  • Bob Brown - WØNQX
    Mar 28, 2013
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      The TMRS channels from and old FCC Part 90 reference I had....

      Low Band
      35.16
      43.16 (Mobile Only)
      High Band
      151.985
      158.340 (Mobile Only)
      UHF
      451.175/456.175
      451.225/456.225
      451.275/456.275
      451.300/456.300
      451.325/456.325
      451.350/456.350
      451.375/456.375
      451.400/456.400
      451.425/456.425
      451.450/456.450
      451.475/456.475
      451.500/456.500
      451.525/456.525
      451.575/456.575
      451.625/456.625
      451.675/456.675
      454.525/457.525
      462.475/467.475

      There were 0.0125 splinters in between the above that are 2 watt only
      (450-470 band)

      Boston area: 471.3125 ~ 471.3875

      LA CA area: 471.3125, 471.4125, 507.3125, 507.4125

      New York area: 472.9625, 472.9875, 478.9625, 478.9875



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      On Thu, Mar 28, 2013 at 7:52 AM, Andrew Fornadel jr <acfornadel@...>wrote:

      > David,
      > Hi , I worked TMRS at Lillyville,Pa The base frequency was 451.325 and
      > 456.325 mhz . There was six that we used as talk
      > arounds, but I cant remember them now...they were similiar in frequency as
      > above.I will do more research.
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      > Andy F
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      > From: David <wb8foz@...>
      > To: coldwarcomms@yahoogroups.com
      > Sent: Thursday, March 28, 2013 2:22 AM
      > Subject: [coldwarcomms] TMRS Antennas seen
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      > These UHF folded dipoles were on both the new regenerator, and the old L5
      > power mail station; I have seen them elsewhere as well.
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      > I assume they were for TMRS but at what freq?
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