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Posted: Sat Jan 08 2022, 10:10pm
Posted by: Darkstar350Posts: 808
Location: Central Nassau
Joined: Mon Aug 18 2014, 10:57pm

PFD Mike wrote ...

Darkstar350 wrote ...

I could be mistaken
but i am almost certain that i heard Medcom TG 6001 being simulcast on one of the UHF Med channels
467.950 PL 162.2 to be exact
Not sure where this is coming from or if its all the time or what
Doesnt seem to be running alot of power but the signal is OK
Noticed this a few times in the past couple weeks



What town are you hearing it in?

I'm in Wantagh and I'll listen as well. Do you also monitor 462.950 (Med 9)

467.950 is the input for MED 9 and 162.2 was the PL that Medical Control (NUMC) used on those channels.


Hearing it in Freeport and the surrounding areas
Pretty sure i have the 462 side in the radio as well
I think i only heard anything on the 467 freq
But i will check to make sure
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Posted: Sun Jan 09 2022, 03:38am
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1128
Old Display Name: Dave
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I believe I heard 1 5 9 (East Farmingdale) yesterday on 462.950
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Posted: Sun Jan 09 2022, 09:34pm
Posted by: Nawton!Posts: 254
Joined: Sat Jun 13 2009, 12:05pm

Several Suffolk Co. FDs that border Nassau Co. use MED 9 when transporting patients to Nassau Co. hospitals. A notable exception is Melville, which has 500 MHz radios and contacts MedCon on the Nassau Co. Public Safety system talkgroup.
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