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I have a local police frequency (460.325Mhz) entered into my Uniden BC345CRS scanner, but I can only hear the one side, so obviously it's using a repeater, but how do I find the repeater frequency to hear the other side?

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On Sunday, May 30, 2021 at 9:09:14 PM UTC-7, wrote:
I have a local police frequency (460.325Mhz) entered into my Uniden BC345CRS scanner, but I can only hear the one side, so obviously it's using a repeater, but how do I find the repeater frequency to hear the other side?

Try 455.325 or 465.325. It's a 5 Mhz difference, but higher or lower I don't remember.
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On Tuesday, June 1, 2021 at 7:16:07 AM UTC-7, Ken Layton wrote:
On Sunday, May 30, 2021 at 9:09:14 PM UTC-7, Terry Saunders wrote:
I have a local police frequency (460.325Mhz) entered into my Uniden BC345CRS scanner, but I can only hear the one side, so obviously it's using a repeater, but how do I find the repeater frequency to hear the other side?

Try 455.325 or 465.325. It's a 5 Mhz difference, but higher or lower I don't remember.


465.325 seems to be an open frequency, meaning there's a carrier but no audio and locked open the squelch.
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On Tuesday, June 1, 2021 at 7:31:57 AM UTC-7, Terry Saunders wrote:
On Tuesday, June 1, 2021 at 7:16:07 AM UTC-7, Ken Layton wrote:
Try 455.325 or 465.325. It's a 5 Mhz difference, but higher or lower I don't remember.

465.325 seems to be an open frequency, meaning there's a carrier but no audio and locked open the squelch.



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