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Nassau fire low band

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Print View Posted: Wed May 29 2024, 02:49pm
Posted by: NY623Posts: 10
Joined: Thu Feb 29 2024, 11:30pm

Lately it seems the nassau fd low band freqs like 46.10/46.32 have gotten very quiet
I know for a while they were simulcasting with uhf but I'm not even sure if that's active anymore
Maybe low band has finally been vacated

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Posted: Wed May 29 2024, 09:03pm

Posted by: DispatchPosts: 530
Old Display Name: Dispatch
Location: Long Island, NY
Joined: Sat Aug 02 2008, 06:04am

Low Band is essentially dead. Radio manufacturers have slowly discontinued low band base stations, mobiles, portables and pagers. Low band radio antennas are still available but are getting scarce.
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Posted: Fri May 31 2024, 11:01pm
Posted by: NY623Posts: 10
Joined: Thu Feb 29 2024, 11:30pm

I guess it's looking like 453.875 has taken over for 46.10
Many departments have their own frequency for tone outs at this point
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