McCabe Ambulance Freq's ...

McCabe Ambulance Freq's ...

Post by F Barry Mulliga » Wed, 24 Mar 1999 04:00:00


> Try 896.000 for McCabe ambulance ...

    896.000 MHz is not a valid transmitter frequency. In FCC files it is a
placeholder, indicating an end-user licensed to use a commercial repeater
(SMRS) in the 935-940 MHz range (i/p = 896-901). The FCC has since ceased
licensing end-users entirely and these entries will gradually disappear as
they come up for renewal. Only the SMRS operator, either conventional or
trunked, is now licensed and he is responsible for the end-users.
    The same convention applies to 800 MHz SMRs, where the placeholder is
806.000 MHz.
 
 
 

McCabe Ambulance Freq's ...

Post by G.Singe » Wed, 24 Mar 1999 04:00:00


Thanks,
You learn something new everyday!
Gerry



> > Try 896.000 for McCabe ambulance ...

>     896.000 MHz is not a valid transmitter frequency. In FCC files it is a
> placeholder, indicating an end-user licensed to use a commercial repeater
> (SMRS) in the 935-940 MHz range (i/p = 896-901). The FCC has since ceased
> licensing end-users entirely and these entries will gradually disappear as
> they come up for renewal. Only the SMRS operator, either conventional or
> trunked, is now licensed and he is responsible for the end-users.
>     The same convention applies to 800 MHz SMRs, where the placeholder is
> 806.000 MHz.

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