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6:47:48 pm
Can a UHF channel temporarily "blackout"?

[QUOTE=MOTEX;2714024]the scanner is likely being desensed by the nearby transmitter

also with the new narrow band requirement and lack of space, i
11:28:21 pm
Can a UHF channel temporarily "blackout"?

[QUOTE=slicerwizard;2713496]What? Some trunked systems here have used 12.5 kHz separation for the last couple of decades. My old 246T receives them ju
9:30:30 am
Can a UHF channel temporarily "blackout"?

Oh an update.

Even though another person in the area said they could hear the channel just fine, I just heard a faint staticy voice saying "Testing 1
8:36:11 am
Can a UHF channel temporarily "blackout"?

I could be wrong but from the sounds of what I am receiving now it sounds like possibly the data channel at 453.3375 is really over powering the voice
8:31:19 am
Can a UHF channel temporarily "blackout"?

[QUOTE=jonwienke;2713157]It's most likely due to the system being changed over to P25, or some other nearby transmission desensing your receiver.[/QUO

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