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Posted: Wed Dec 19 2018, 11:32pm
Posted by: Darkstar350Posts: 664
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Nawton! wrote ...

Thanks Darkstar. I'll be monitoring 484.7 and will report any findings.

And i could have sworn i heard them toning out on 484.7 - or testing in the very least - one time or another
Thats why its interesting to see them go for another freq - a somewhat "busy" frequency at that
Unless they are getting some bleed over from NYC's 480mhz freqs ...
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From what I was told, they are moving off T band and into an FCC "compliant" frequency. At least that was the story I got a few months back when I was in talks with one of their radio guys.
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Posted: Tue Dec 25 2018, 01:00am
Posted by: Darkstar350Posts: 664
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So basically they may abandon 484.7 and switch over to 453.575?

Also ive confirmed the 466 DPL for the tone out at least...
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Posted: Fri Feb 08 2019, 11:54pm
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453.575 DPL 466 seems to simulcast 46.10 and 46.32 but i am only hearing the dispatch side?...
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Posted: Sat Feb 09 2019, 11:15pm
Posted by: Nawton!Posts: 241
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I'm hearing toneout and what sounds like fireground, not 46.32 simulcast.
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Posted: Fri Apr 12 2019, 12:47am
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As of this week I believe North Merrick is using this frequency for more if not all of their operations.
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Posted: Sun Feb 02 2020, 01:25pm
Posted by: Darkstar350Posts: 664
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I have been hearing what may be a low power/simplex channel on 453.575 PL 69.3
Anyone else getting this? Could this be a new fireground for 670?
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