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|Owner    = Myrtle Beach Communications
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|City      = Myrtle Beach
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|County    = [[Horry County (SC)|Horry]]
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|State    = [[South Carolina (US)|South Carolina]]
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|Band      = 800
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|SysType  = [[Motorola Type II Smartnet]]
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|SysID    = 523c
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|CTone    = 76.60
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|NAC      = n/a
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|Callsigns = {{Callsign|WPGD339}}
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|sid      = 5022
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|state    = south-carolina
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Myrtle Beach Communications is a private company that provides radio services to businesses and public safety agencies in the Grand Strand area. MBC also provides Motorola sales & service (via depot) and on site repair and programming also.
 
Myrtle Beach Communications is a private company that provides radio services to businesses and public safety agencies in the Grand Strand area. MBC also provides Motorola sales & service (via depot) and on site repair and programming also.
  
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The frequencies listed on the database page are for their own system. It includes Motorola Turbo which isn't monitorable. They also provide frequencies to businesses within the GMRS band also. Some law enforcement agencies pay to use the frequencies listed for the TRS during special events like Bike Weeks, dignitary visits to the coastal area and other occasions due it being "unmonitorable" and/or that many scanner listeners do not realize they use the trunking system provided by MBC. Its a good idea to have them in your scanner and check every so often or when you know there is a special event taking place in Myrtle Beach and the surrounding [[Horry County (SC)]] area.
 
The frequencies listed on the database page are for their own system. It includes Motorola Turbo which isn't monitorable. They also provide frequencies to businesses within the GMRS band also. Some law enforcement agencies pay to use the frequencies listed for the TRS during special events like Bike Weeks, dignitary visits to the coastal area and other occasions due it being "unmonitorable" and/or that many scanner listeners do not realize they use the trunking system provided by MBC. Its a good idea to have them in your scanner and check every so often or when you know there is a special event taking place in Myrtle Beach and the surrounding [[Horry County (SC)]] area.
  
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==Related Wiki Pages==
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*[[Myrtle Beach Communications (DMR)]]
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Latest revision as of 06:23, 29 May 2017

Private Trunked Radio System

NameMyrtle Beach Communications (Motorola)
OwnerMyrtle Beach Communications
Owner TypePrivate
CityMyrtle Beach
CountyHorry
StateSouth Carolina
CountryUnited States

System Details
Band800
TypeMotorola Type II Smartnet
ID523c
Connect Tone76.60
P25 NACn/a

FCC Callsign(s)
WPGD339

System-specific links
DatabaseFCC Site Map
ForumRR Site Map

Other Resources
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Myrtle Beach Communications is a private company that provides radio services to businesses and public safety agencies in the Grand Strand area. MBC also provides Motorola sales & service (via depot) and on site repair and programming also.

Hard Rock Park

HRP or Hard Rock Park is no longer in business, so the talk groups are no longer valid.

MBC System and Users

The frequencies listed on the database page are for their own system. It includes Motorola Turbo which isn't monitorable. They also provide frequencies to businesses within the GMRS band also. Some law enforcement agencies pay to use the frequencies listed for the TRS during special events like Bike Weeks, dignitary visits to the coastal area and other occasions due it being "unmonitorable" and/or that many scanner listeners do not realize they use the trunking system provided by MBC. Its a good idea to have them in your scanner and check every so often or when you know there is a special event taking place in Myrtle Beach and the surrounding Horry County (SC) area.

Related Wiki Pages




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