UHF Frequencies for Channels Y or Z

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Re: UHF Frequencies for Channels Y or Z

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Kazzaw wrote:Nothing will allow you to listen to police once encrypted
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Re: UHF Frequencies for Channels Y or Z

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Radio_Australia wrote:
Thu Jul 02, 2020 3:40 pm
Kazzaw wrote:Nothing will allow you to listen to police once encrypted
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Re: UHF Frequencies for Channels Y or Z

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Erobinson88 wrote:Digging up a really old post here but I'm pretty sure most areas now have gone p25. I'm looking at the ubcd536pt scanner that is phase 2 capable. I have been hearing that p25 is going encrypted soon around the mudgee area. Will a phase two cappable scanner still be able to hear the police? Any info greatly appreciated
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Mate, the net is closing on ch Y, some still available but mostly VKG tx , not many cars are still unencrypted anymore

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