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Posted: Wed Mar 09 2016, 05:29pm
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W2LIE: I think you mean 453.875, don't you?
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Posted: Wed Mar 09 2016, 05:46pm

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You are correct, Nawton.
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Posted: Thu Mar 10 2016, 02:23am

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rswagerson wrote ...

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.


This is primarily for Firecom - 453.325 will be for other departments to use
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Posted: Mon Mar 14 2016, 08:18pm
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Thats right - i forgot 453.325 was a 46.10 cross band at one time so i guess that explains the repeaters...
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Posted: Fri May 27 2016, 02:32am
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All i am picking up so far is 460.350 DPL116 and it sounds like some type of police or security,,,



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Posted: Fri May 27 2016, 03:52am

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Nassau is using 136.5 (CTCSS)
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Posted: Sat Jan 20 2018, 02:55pm
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Just to confirm - the new county wide fireground is indeed 460.350 PL 136.5 WQSD757
Its been in use for at least a few months by various departments
I think i may have heard tone outs or some type of testing on the older fireground 453.325 PL 136.5 recently...




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Posted: Sat Jan 20 2018, 03:56pm
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The only dept. I've heard recently using 460.35 for fireground is Williston Park. I'd be interested if anyone has heard others.

The dept. you've heard tone out on 453.325 is probably Hewlett.
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Posted: Sat Jan 20 2018, 04:46pm
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Several departments use this freq as their primary F/G such as- East Williston, Freeport, Williston Park, Farmingdale, Glenwood and many others I cannot think of off the top of my head.
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Posted: Sat Jan 20 2018, 10:57pm
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Nawton! wrote ...

The only dept. I've heard recently using 460.35 for fireground is Williston Park. I'd be interested if anyone has heard others.

The dept. you've heard tone out on 453.325 is probably Hewlett.


Definitely Freeport and maybe Roosevelt
Seems like any dept that was previously using 453.325 has made the switch over
Nice to see several FD using a common freq its very important in regards to interop

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