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PostPosted: Tue Feb 21, 2006 1:19 pm 
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Trying to figure out who this is ? Units heard include Ground Control and Major Grant . This is for real the Majors name is Grant not Tom :)TIA


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Hmmmm....Bainbridge Island PD has freq that as a tac channel, but I cannot locate anyone with the name "Grant" there...

WSP has a guy named Grant, and a rank of major, AND uses VHF, but as of 2005 Grant was still just a trooper.

Curiouser and curiouser...


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Ya its a weird one , I am pretty sure the accent is American . I have a 30 kb WMV file PM me with an email if you are interested .


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Maybe it was Cowlitz County Sheriff, they use it as a dispatch freq. Could have picked up a transmission from that far away.

Richard


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Was listening to it tonight from downtown Seattle, and heard what was obviously Bainbridge Island PD on that freq...They kept calling it Channel 3. One guy with a southern accent, and one on what sounded like a base station radio or console....No names though, just unit numbers in the 8xx series.

Listening to the wav file, it sounds like someone joking around.


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Do you figure American or Canadian on the WAV ?


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American.


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Mike, any movement on this one?


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No I will have to get the program to just sit on this freq for the next couple of days .


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What I am hearing is Canadian . Aircraft callsign is OHE . Either Oceanview Helicopters out of Comox or the Provincial Government .


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Found on the web:


155.670 MHz- RCMP Simplex

All the Coast Guard helicopters in the province have this frequency in
them as well as the helicopters from the Department of Natural Resources.
This is our frequency of choice as it is the working channel for most of
our search operations. Some of the RCMP helicopters have this frequency
with a CTCSS tone on it so they do not hear the chatter of police radar
traps going on. Check to see if this is so. We ran into this problem
recently while using the RCMP helicopter with the FLIR system.


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