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Posted: Tue Feb 09 2021, 08:43pm
Posted by: EastIslipFD161Posts: 20
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The tg id's. RR does not have the f/g, only division talk groups
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Posted: Tue Feb 09 2021, 09:16pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1082
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Not sure . All I know for 3rd division depts is whats listed below. They are labeled as tac and not dispatch so maybe 3rd division has 5 f/g talk groups?


10101 FD Islip 1 Islip 1 Fire-Tac
10103 FD Islip 2 Islip 2 Fire-Tac
10105 FD Islip 3 Islip 3 Fire-Tac
10107 FD Islip 4 Islip 4 Fire-Tac
10109 FD Islip 5 Islip 5 Fire-Tac

According to the template,
Fire West 1 will be Huntington Babylon and Islip.
Fire Central 2 will be Smithtown Brookhaven and Fire Island
Fire East 3 will be Riverhead Southold East Hampton South Hampton
Fire ground 4 West will be 5 tg's for the West and 5 for the East. No mention about and thing for central
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Posted: Tue Feb 09 2021, 10:54pm
Posted by: EastIslipFD161Posts: 20
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There are 5 east and west FG talk groups. Use the template at beginning of discussion for reference
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Posted: Tue Feb 09 2021, 10:57pm
Posted by: EastIslipFD161Posts: 20
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Zone 4 is what I’m referring to
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Posted: Wed Feb 10 2021, 12:11am
Posted by: mikey224Posts: 111
Joined: Sat Jun 26 2010, 05:56pm

When you say "Fireground" are you referring to the County List that I posted in the excel format? If so the "Fireground" Channels are Simplex not P25 so there will be no Talkgroup ID'S for them. These are them:
FG West 1 855.4875
FG West 2 857.0625
FG West 3 857.2125
FG West 4 857.7125
FG West 5 858.0625
FG East 1 854.9625
FG East 2 855.2375
FG East 3 856.2625
FG East 4 856.7125
FG East 5 859.2125

1. Keep in mind this is all new and is not fully in use and may never be in full use as many Dept's are established in the current Communication setup. This along with the 700mhz was a plan rolled out by FRES, the Chief's Council and Communication committee to modernize and have the capability to apply use in the future.

2. The Excel Template is for reference of the programming of the Zones/Channels in the APX8000 radio, it is just a reference chart for the user....

[ Edited Wed Feb 10 2021, 12:19am ]
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Posted: Mon Feb 15 2021, 02:53pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1082
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Looks like I will have to lock out 223 dpl on FG West 4 857.7125. I was receiving Suffolk Police 6th Precinct Simulcast from TRS on that freq.

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Posted: Mon Feb 15 2021, 03:15pm
Posted by: RADIOTECHPosts: 371
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Location: Suffolk County, NY
Joined: Fri Nov 18 2005, 04:43am

Suffolk 800mhz Firegrounds are simplex (non-repeated)

FRES has assigned each dept a primary FG to use if they wish, my dept was assigned FG West 1

FRES has spread out the depts/FG as to not interfere with each other.

As the 800mhz portables are very expensive, most depts have or will opt to continue to use their own UHF frequencies for their Ops and FG. You might see these FG used on large scale mutual aid incidents.

My dept has opted to continue to use our own UHF for Pagings/Ops/FG. The UHF only APX4000 are less expensive. The avaerage FF has no need for a APX8000 portable which costs around 8K.

Some of our mutual aid rigs have (1) APX8000 portable for 800mhz use. Some newer rigs/all chiefs and purchasing going forward, we've opted to install the APX8500 mobile with UHF & 800mhz capabilities.



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Posted: Mon Feb 15 2021, 04:45pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1082
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RADIOTECH wrote ...

Suffolk 800mhz Firegrounds are simplex (non-repeated)

Correct. But I still need to lock out 223 dpl as I pick up the 6th pct on 857.7125 and they use 223 dpl


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Posted: Tue Feb 16 2021, 10:36pm
Posted by: innokuous1Posts: 37
Joined: Tue Jan 10 2012, 10:42pm

All of the simplex FG channels use a PL of 156.7
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Posted: Fri Mar 12 2021, 02:14pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1082
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FRES Paging East 10503 is active at the moment on site 3. Seems to have started yesterday based on trunking recorder.
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