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Print View Posted: Wed Oct 19 2016, 05:58pm
Posted by: Nawton!Posts: 248
Joined: Sat Jun 13 2009, 12:05pm

Rather than starting a new thread every time a department starts being toned out on 453.875, I thought we could use this one in the future.
I recently started hearing Franklin Square and Munson FD toned out on 453.875. By my count that makes 7:
Woodmere
Inwood
Pt. Lookout-Lido
Carle Place
Roslyn
Mineola
Franklin Square and Munson

Note that some of these departments continue to simulcast their toneouts on VHF (46.10), while others have made a clean break to UHF.



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Posted: Thu Oct 20 2016, 02:19am
Posted by: RADIOTECHPosts: 312
Old Display Name: RADIOTECH
Location: Suffolk County, NY
Joined: Fri Nov 18 2005, 04:43am

Is this freq simulcasted off multiple towers, or are time outs site specific to what dept firecom is activating like they do on 46.10?
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Posted: Mon Oct 24 2016, 03:43am

Posted by: swker98Posts: 86
Old Display Name: swker98
Joined: Sun Sep 17 2006, 07:35pm

@Radiotech: I believe it it similar to 46.10 except controlled by PL tone. It is transmitted on 458.875 and the different PL turns on whatever tower they want to shoot it off of.
@Nawton: For the depts that are now using this channel, what are they doing for truck to truck so the members can hear signal 12,13,additional info. Ss far as I know, Firecom doesn't rebroadcast 46.12,20,32 on UHF although there are "unofficial"lcross-bands that may or may not work depending on where you are. I know Carle Place, Roosevelt, Floral Park, Woodmere and Malverne have fixed cross-band repeaters but the range is somewhat limited to surrounding areas.

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Posted: Mon Oct 24 2016, 12:08pm
Posted by: Nawton!Posts: 248
Joined: Sat Jun 13 2009, 12:05pm

Inwood, Roslyn and FS&M have their own UHF freqs for operations. Mineola has a cross-band repeater. (These are all in the frequency list on this site.) As far as I know, the others that are toned out on 453.875 still use 46.XX for ops. I'm not familiar with the cross-band repeaters for the departments you mentioned.
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Posted: Mon Oct 24 2016, 06:28pm
Posted by: RADIOTECHPosts: 312
Old Display Name: RADIOTECH
Location: Suffolk County, NY
Joined: Fri Nov 18 2005, 04:43am

Thx swker
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Posted: Fri Dec 02 2016, 11:32pm
Posted by: Nawton!Posts: 248
Joined: Sat Jun 13 2009, 12:05pm

It sounds like Uniondale is now toning out on this frequency.
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Posted: Tue Mar 10 2020, 07:19pm
Posted by: Darkstar350Posts: 754
Location: Central Nassau
Joined: Mon Aug 18 2014, 10:57pm

I actually just heard Uniondale on the other "new" Xband 453.325

Also looks like they changed the PL - for a while it was 136.5 now its 100.0

Been hearing more and more departments on there(453.325) recently - however the signal seems a bit weaker for me than 453.875

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Posted: Wed Mar 11 2020, 09:27am

Posted by: deviltimPosts: 119
Joined: Tue Jun 03 2008, 02:46pm

453.875 is fire comms uhf dispatch channel. 453.325 is a xband for 46.10 and also hewlett Fd dispatch (136.5)
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Posted: Sat Mar 14 2020, 02:36pm
Posted by: RADIOTECHPosts: 312
Old Display Name: RADIOTECH
Location: Suffolk County, NY
Joined: Fri Nov 18 2005, 04:43am

I thought Inwood, Woodmere, LCFD were all being alerted on that 3rd Batt UHF freq by Long Beach?
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Posted: Sun Mar 15 2020, 01:10pm

Posted by: deviltimPosts: 119
Joined: Tue Jun 03 2008, 02:46pm

Yes they are, you are correct
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