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East Hampton Public Safety (P25)

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Print View Posted: Sat Jul 25 2020, 04:43am
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1005
Old Display Name: Dave
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Is anyone within range of this system? Looking for some info. Would like to know unit numbers when they are called and what do they say when they call in? Do they say their unit number to central?

Is anyone seeing any other tg's than what's listed in the database?


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Posted: Sat Jul 25 2020, 12:14pm
Posted by: nyscan00Posts: 23
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Joined: Wed May 24 2006, 10:16pm

They are using the same unit numbers and radio protocols as the existing 800 system. Central is used to designate Dispatch. Ill be out there this week and will update with any new TG's being used on the p25 system.
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Posted: Sat Jul 25 2020, 02:23pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1005
Old Display Name: Dave
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Thanks for the reply. I am not in range of this system so I do not know the unit numbers they use on either system. Do you know a range or if they are 2 digit unit numbers like 91, 92, 9X etc or are they 3 digit unit numbers?

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Posted: Wed Jul 29 2020, 06:37pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1005
Old Display Name: Dave
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Any updates on this? Would you know if either of these rid's are being used on the system?

And any of these tg's?

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Posted: Sun Aug 30 2020, 04:55pm
Posted by: Radio5390Posts: 459
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Joined: Tue Mar 27 2007, 11:39pm

Basic EHTPD info:

"Central" - Dispatch

990 - Sergeant
991/992 - Montauk
993 - Amagansett
994 - Springs
995 - East Hampton/Wainscott

They are referred to as "90, 91, 92, etc.

There are also Marine units that use 87x series #/s
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