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Posted: Tue Nov 17 2020, 03:42am
Posted by: RADIOTECHPosts: 375
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Location: Suffolk County, NY
Joined: Fri Nov 18 2005, 04:43am

PFD Mike

To my knowledge, FRES is hoping to pull the plug on low band by end of year. After low band is pulled, you'll have to communicate w/FRES you'll have to on the 700/800 system.

FRES activations will be on UHF Paging West and East. I don't think East is being used yet, due to some issues with Nassau County. UHF Paging West is being used for depts that want to be activated on it. Some of the Vol Amb agencies will continue to be activated by FRES on Medcom 1 freq 155.280

Most depts have their own dispatch, or use a contracted neighboring FD or a township dispatch or PD for services. Most activate and operate on their own UHF. Most depts use FRES for an initial activation only if the call comes through 911/FRES. After that, the local dispatcher takes over.

FRES doesn't dispatch too many agencies 100%. The exception is a few Ems agencies in the 3rd & 5th Div, Fire Island FD's and some FD's in the 5th and 6th Divisions.

FRES will be asking depts to simulcast activations with low band 46.46 (if they're capable) so FRES knows they received the call. Otherwise, I think FRES will request depts to verbally acknowledge the call on the 700/800 system. Eventually, I heard that FRES will keep low band 46.46 active, for receiving purposes only for call confirmation for those depts who still simulcast their activations over low band.

New pagers scan 2 freqs at once. Most depts have their own & FRES scanning. Some depts will do a UHF to UHF cross band with FRES, but it's not really necessary.





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Posted: Tue Nov 17 2020, 07:28pm

Posted by: PFD MikePosts: 446
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Thanks Mikey & Radiotech for your replies
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Posted: Fri Nov 27 2020, 03:21pm
Posted by: mikey224Posts: 111
Joined: Sat Jun 26 2010, 05:56pm

Here are the new FRES Talkgroups on the 700mhz System:

Babylon 1 10001 Brookhaven 1 10201
Babylon 2 10003 Brookhaven 2 10203
Babylon 3 10005 Brookhaven 3 10205
Babylon 4 10007 Brookhaven 4 10207
Huntington 3 10055 Brookhaven 5 10209
Huntington 4 10057 Brookhaven 6 10211
Huntington 5 10059 Brookhaven 7 10213
Islip 1 10101 Brookhaven 8 10215
Islip 2 10103 Brookhaven 9 10217
Islip 3 10105 Brookhaven 10 10219
Islip 4 10107 Fire Island 1 10251
Islip 5 10109 Riverhead 1 10301
Smithtown 1 10151 Riverhead 2 10303
Smithtown 2 10153 Southold 1 10351
Smithtown 3 10155 Southold 2 10353
Southampton 1 10401 Southold 3 10355
Southampton 2 10403 Easthampton 1 10451
Southampton 3 10405 Easthampton 2 10053
Southampton 4 10407

Huntington 1 10051 (800mhz system)
Huntington 2 10053 (800mhz system)
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Posted: Wed Dec 02 2020, 02:45am
Posted by: LukePosts: 305
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Thank you for the list of FRES TG's. These TG's have not been added to the RR database yet if anyone knows an admin there.... wink, wink
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Posted: Wed Dec 02 2020, 01:42pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1089
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Luke wrote ...

Thank you for the list of FRES TG's. These TG's have not been added to the RR database yet if anyone knows an admin there.... wink, wink

Pretty sure they need to active and confirmed to be added to the db. But either way, big thanks to mikey224 for posting. A good amount did affiliate in my DSDPlus groups file.
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Posted: Wed Dec 02 2020, 09:46pm

Posted by: GTR8000Posts: 177
Joined: Fri Nov 25 2016, 07:07am

Luke wrote ...

Thank you for the list of FRES TG's. These TG's have not been added to the RR database yet if anyone knows an admin there.... wink, wink

Anything that needs to be added to the RRDB should be submitted directly to the system on the RR site, not through a forum post.
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Posted: Fri Dec 04 2020, 08:15pm
Posted by: kb2kmmPosts: 23
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FYI, I heard Eatons Neck FD ambulance on a call last night. They were using the Huntington 1 10051 (800mhz system) TG for comms with FRES after getting paged out by FRES on UHF Paging West. So that one is active. I submitted to the RRDB.

On another note. Who are these 7 Willy units? Keep hearing them on P25 800 system TG 30001. No other units heard. From what I've monitored they only operate in the immediate Riverhead area. They are, at times, responding to calls that Riverhead EMS (RVAC) is handling, such as MVA's. Heard them handling a transport from an address in Baiting Hollow. Another time mentioned BLS transport to Peconic Bay Medical Center.

Is RVAC contracting runs to a private EMS company? Or does Peconic Bay Medical have their own EMS unit? 7 Willy, who are you?

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Posted: Sat Dec 05 2020, 02:14pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1089
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Been hearing Eatons Neck on 10051 (Hunt 1) for a while on P25 800 Simulcast site 4 . Same rid's have been seen on tg 10053 (Hunt 2) also.


Have heard the following on tg 167 (FRES Ops 3) P25 800 Simulcast site 4 on and off for a few months now.
Mastic
Gordon Heights
East Moriches
Westhampton Beach.
Sound Beach
Eastport

Nov 15th Huntington units were heard on tg 165 (FRES OPS-2) P25 800 Simulcast site 4

Oct 4th Eatons Neck was on tg 163 (FRES Ops) P25 800 Simulcast site 4 and during the summer would also hear USCG during water related activity.

I have asked about Willie units and don't recall anyone having an answer. They are mainly on tg 30001 but same rid's have been seen on tg 30003

Also not sure why 2 sided conversations on P25 800 Simulcast site 4 for Troop L are only using 1 radio id lately. Used to see many different ids and one that seemed to be the dispatcher but now its just the one that's the dispatcher.
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Posted: Sun Dec 06 2020, 01:26am
Posted by: RADIOTECHPosts: 375
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Location: Suffolk County, NY
Joined: Fri Nov 18 2005, 04:43am

Huntington 1 and 2 on the new system are active, prob for testing. FRES Ops 3 has been used for dispatching with Mastic, Eastport and maybe some others for a while now. I assume they’ll switch to their township talkgroups once those go live.
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Posted: Sun Dec 06 2020, 01:56pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1089
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Not sure why Westhampton Beach fd units would be heard on a Huntington area talk group, but right now, as we speak, tg 167 and 10051 seem
to be patched and I am hearing 7-8-x Westhampton Beach units on both tg's.



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