CSP re-banding
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CSP re-banding 01 Jan 2011 16:56 #4242

  • droem
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With the current rebanding going on will the DB be updated? Are current CSP channels still operating? Haven't heard mch lately.

Re:CSP re-banding 01 Jan 2011 17:30 #4243

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The database is updated at least once a week.

Re:CSP re-banding 02 Jan 2011 08:03 #4248

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CSP is up to date...I'm listening to a roll over by I-95 exit 46 right now
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Re:CSP re-banding 03 Jan 2011 07:19 #4266

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This morning on the way into work, I heard Troop G asking if any units needed their radios rebanded.
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Re:CSP re-banding 03 Jan 2011 15:37 #4271

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The rebanding of CSP is a simple process if you don't care to wait for Radioreference.com to be updated with the new frequencies. Just subtract 15 megahertz from any frequency currently listed 866MHz and above. Any frequencies currently listed below 866MHz will remain as listed.

While they are going through the process of rebanding, which should take some time, I've just added all of the frequencies after I subtracted the 15MHz and run both the current and the new together. I don't know if this just screws up the ability to listen sure but I am having good results with it. I haven't watched to see if I am recieving any of the new rebanded frequencies on 851, 852, and 853MHz so anyone who has might respond to this email and let us know if what I have posted here is valid.

Bill

Re:CSP re-banding 04 Jan 2011 09:04 #4281

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Rebanding also involves changing the formula used to calculate the channel number. Simply moving the frequencies down 15 MHz is not going to work in most cases.
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