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Town of Islip UHF

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Posted: Wed Feb 09 2022, 12:02am
Posted by: RADIOTECHPosts: 386
Old Display Name: RADIOTECH
Location: Suffolk County, NY
Joined: Fri Nov 18 2005, 04:43am

Other town Ops such as DPW might be on the town system. Don't overlook them.
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Posted: Sat Apr 09 2022, 04:03pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1223
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The Department of Public Safety Enforcement encompasses the Divisions of , Code Enforcement, Fire Prevention, Hazardous Materials Response Team, Office of Emergency Management, Parking Violations Bureau .

I have heard the following on Suffolk's system using tg 1168 (smartzone) 73 ( p25)
Harbor Patrol
Public Safety
Fire Marshals
and I believe code Enforcement

Airport sec is on tg 101 and Airport Fire is on tg 41

The town has the following and I am not sure who is actually using dmr.

Parks and recreation, Animal control, Dpw, Sanitation trucks and the Landfills and Senior transport buses

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Posted: Fri Jan 19 2024, 10:50pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1223
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This system was active for about a year after it was stated they chucked the system. Today, the cc is active but not activity or affiliations.

Anyone know where DPW is operating?
Rangers, Public Safety and Fire Marshals use Suff P25.

Where is DPW?
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Posted: Sat Jan 20 2024, 03:20am
Posted by: nyscan00Posts: 49
Old Display Name: Liscan00
Joined: Wed May 24 2006, 10:16pm

Where was DPW prior to going DMR? Were they on any of the conventional UHF listed on RR? If so maybe they are on one of the old analogs ?
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Posted: Sat Jan 20 2024, 02:11pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1223
Old Display Name: Dave
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The old analog uhf freqs listed conventionally on radio reference are digital and part of a Cap+ system that was still active Jan 2022. Phil originally found it to be Cap+.

I believe the only remaining analog left is

471.275 107.2 PL Airport Fire Dispatch and Ops
476.3875 107.2 PL Airport Fire and Plows
477.2125 107.2 PL Airport Fire Ops 3

Rangers, Public Safety and Fire marshals have been operating on Islip tg on P25 for some time so that left DPW, DEC, Animal Control, Parks and Rec and OEM believed to be on the DMR system.

Airport fire, Airport security and Islip HazMat operate on the MacArthur tg's on Suff P25.

Suffolk Pd also has units stationed @ ISP and they communicate on Command band and MacArthur security tg's.

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