Frequencies for Monitoring the Del Mar Fairgrounds

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BLS_EMT_192
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Postby BLS_EMT_192 » Thu Jun 26, 2008 11:10 pm

Thanks i was not sure which talkgroup it was i guess i didn't have those channels programed, I'll be going back to the fair in a couple days and i'll try to see what freq we use has are EMS tac channel

mike
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Postby mike » Fri Jun 27, 2008 10:45 am


OSW
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Postby OSW » Wed Jul 09, 2008 10:12 pm

mike wrote:I never knew they had a 900 MHZ system

Here's the info which came from one of the radios circa 1998:

System ID: 452B
Control Channels:
939.2500
939.2375
939.2125

Channels:
00B 1
015 2 (Maintenance)
FFE 3
029 4
033 5
03D 6
047 7
051 8
939.2000 9 DCS125
05B 10
06F 11
065 12
083 13
08D 14
097 15
0A1 16

Of all of those I only show five logged as in use. A sixth one not programmed was also seen used ($01f/496).

OSW
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Postby OSW » Wed Jul 09, 2008 10:17 pm

OSW wrote:System ID: 452B
Control Channels:
939.2500
939.2375
939.2125

License: WPDG834
Still active but now controlled by FCI 900 (Nextel). The address is still the Fairgrounds.


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