City wide protection services

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jay611j
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Location: Mira Mesa

City wide protection services

Postby jay611j » Thu May 10, 2018 7:24 am

We just hired them for our complex in Mira Mesa. Anyone know their radio frequency by chance?

mike
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Re: City wide protection services

Postby mike » Fri May 11, 2018 1:32 am

The best way to find out if they are in your complex is a scanner with close call if you have access just make sure that if you do that option that you have VHF bands set to on UHF set on 800 set on. Also if they have patrol vehicles look for roof/trunk antennas and length it will also help just make sure you do not get confused by the standard am/fm radio antenna all vehicles have.

I just looked at some pictures and one car looks like it had a UHF band antenna also a guards radio on the belt had a UHF antenna

jay611j
Posts: 16
Joined: Wed Jun 28, 2006 11:33 pm
Location: Mira Mesa

Re: City wide protection services

Postby jay611j » Tue May 15, 2018 11:33 am

mike wrote:The best way to find out if they are in your complex is a scanner with close call if you have access just make sure that if you do that option that you have VHF bands set to on UHF set on 800 set on. Also if they have patrol vehicles look for roof/trunk antennas and length it will also help just make sure you do not get confused by the standard am/fm radio antenna all vehicles have.

I just looked at some pictures and one car looks like it had a UHF band antenna also a guards radio on the belt had a UHF antenna


Great, thanks for the reply Mike.

mike
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Re: City wide protection services

Postby mike » Fri May 18, 2018 2:20 am

No problem glad to help :mrgreen:


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