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Posted: Sun Mar 07 2021, 05:02pm

Posted by: PFD MikePosts: 438
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I have the new Port Washington dispatch frequency as 155.1725 DPL 516
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Posted: Mon Mar 08 2021, 09:01pm

Posted by: swker98Posts: 98
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Got it punched into the scanner. So far, just a lot of NJ EMS dispatch. Will post here if I hear something on either frequency.
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Posted: Mon Mar 22 2021, 04:42am
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Freeport still simulcasts on vhf and uhf.
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Posted: Tue Apr 27 2021, 02:34am
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1049
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deviltim wrote ...

I heard that they will be using 159.1725 (466) as their main freq


I did not see any mention of P25 in this thread but Port Washington has a license for Vhf P25 Conventional freqs [link]
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Posted: Sat May 08 2021, 07:37pm
Posted by: tomasasPosts: 1
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Any other dinosaurs remember loading only 46.10 and 46.12 into their scanners and being pretty much finished with programing NC fire departments? Dispatchers would have to tell their units to, "Stay off the air unless urgent. Westbury (for example) has a working fire." My little Radio Shack "base" (LOL) unit could only hear most of the the sixth and ninth battalions from south Hicksville. 620 used signals 21 and 22 for "responding" and "arrived" and 930 would be "7" and "17" for the same message. I think signal 10 was shared but almost everything else was battalion designated. I forget when everyone got together and started using common signals.


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