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Posted by: swker98Posts: 91
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Anyone have any info on the 3rd Batt west tone out set up?




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Posted: Mon Dec 14 2020, 04:26am
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I know Long Beach dispatches for themselves, Lawrence Cedarhurst , Woodmere, Inwood and Atlantic Beach Rescue. I am not sure if they use one common freq for a tone out or not. I know 230 has it's own freq which they tone out on.
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Posted: Tue Dec 15 2020, 12:53am
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Long Beach tones out and uses their own freqs, available on radioreference.com, but the depts Long Beach FD dispatches for as said above use below, info also from radio reference;

453.16250 PL 351 3B West Alert 3rd Battalion West - Dispatch/Paging
453.68750 PL 565 3B West Ops 3rd Battalion West - Operations/Response
460.52500 PL 423 3B West Ops 2 3rd Battalion West - Operations 2

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Posted: Tue Dec 15 2020, 02:11am

Posted by: swker98Posts: 91
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Thanks for the info. Do you by any chance have the two-tone codes for them? I know they are doing some dual alerting now for certain alarms. Do they stack the tones or alert with a common dual response tone now?
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Posted: Tue Dec 15 2020, 08:20pm
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That I'm not sure. They do all run together with a lot of mutual aid for structure fires, water rescues etc. Not sure about how they tone out separate or if there's a common shared mutual aid tone or paging scenario. A FD member out there or a LB dispatcher might have better info.

This site has some Nassau & Suffolk dept. tone out chart/ with the tone info that actually alerts the pagers. Some if it is correct, some of it is off by just a little or some is just wrong or out of date.

If your just programming a scanner that's fine, but if your programming pagers or radios for a FD, I would advise you to contact their radio vendor for specific correct info.

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Posted: Tue Dec 15 2020, 09:56pm

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Yeah, just for leisure. That chart works well but its a little out of date, (Hewlett, RVC, 3rd Batt West).
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Posted: Thu Dec 17 2020, 08:06pm
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What is out of date?

With low band phasing out and more and more depts going to UHF - there have been a lot of freq changes.
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Posted: Fri Dec 18 2020, 09:52pm

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The tones. Some are missing/ have changed since it was put together...most depts who went to UHF kept the same tone sets/simulcast on low and uhf.
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Posted: Sat Dec 19 2020, 06:54pm
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Gotcha
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Posted: Tue Dec 22 2020, 01:35pm

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What departments or exact tones are you looking for? I sold some pagers down in the 3rd batt and have most of the tone out information for the battalion.
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