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Posted by: rswagersonPosts: 8
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There is a new fire ground out there for the county, either to eventually replace the "County 16" or simply as a second freq to spread communications out a little better as more depts make the switch to UHF. I am unsure of the freq at this exact moment but I should know of it by tomorrow. If anyone knows it please feel free to chime in! Thanks, Rob.




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Posted: Fri Mar 04 2016, 02:26pm
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I think that would be 453.325 PL136.5 - its a simplex fireground

What i am not sure of is if different departments use a different tone - or is the tone intended to be the same county wide...
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Posted: Fri Mar 04 2016, 04:50pm
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@darkstar, that is the current and I have now learned it will be phased out. The new channel is 460.3500 W/ a PL of 136.5
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Posted: Sat Mar 05 2016, 12:44am
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Interesting - i recently came across the license for those mobile freqs. WQSD757 - NASSAU COUNTY FIRE COMMISSION
and i had programmed them in just out of curiosity but i havent heard anything yet

And speaking of 453.325 - oddly enough there apparently are repeaters at NUMC and in East hills KNFL934 - NASSAU, COUNTY OF
(i dont understand why - its used as simplex)...
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Posted: Sat Mar 05 2016, 12:58am

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This may be an uninformed way of my looking at this but why are any Nassau FDs adding more UHF frequencies? I thought they would be asked to start moving toward 700 or 800...

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If its like anything else the county does, we will all move to UHF and then they will tell us they will want us to use the 700/800 system because of the t-band giveback (470-512mhz). On a serious note, I haven't heard any activity on any of the new 700/800 channels yet, they are licensed but no activity. Also, from what I've heard, you cannot tone out reliably on digital frequencies, many departments that have moved to a digital TRS have to use their old analog channels to activate pagers.

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Posted: Sat Mar 05 2016, 02:54am
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I just don't understand why they are replacing one perfectly good channel which plenty of depts use daily and all have programmed into their radios to move to another channel that to my knowledge has no advantage over the other.
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Posted: Wed Mar 09 2016, 02:19pm

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The are going to use 453.325 for departments to alert on (It is one side of a high power pair of frequencies). The 460.350 will replace 453.325 in its use.

It don't think any new 700 or 800 systems have even been built yet.
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Posted: Wed Mar 09 2016, 03:03pm
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There is already a new Nassau county UHF 46.10 replacement, not just an X-band. Currently Roslyn, carle place, inwood & woodmere use it. I'm sure there are others aswell, unless they plan to change that again, but that frequency has been up and in use for a while now.
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Posted: Wed Mar 09 2016, 05:08pm

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@rswagerson, are you referring to the existing 453.325? This is the UHF frequency that Roslyn, Carle Place, Inwood, and Woodmere are simulcasting their dispatches on. They must have recently added a repeater near me because the signal went from being in the static to S9+ at my location.


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