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Old 01-18-2013, 8:45 PM
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Sorry, it's 39.10 Mhz at El Mirador Reservoir. WQMB 505, PL 179.9 -- the only Tac with this PL.
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Old 01-18-2013, 10:17 PM
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Look for Ventura and Santa Barbara Che new freq
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Old 01-18-2013, 10:21 PM
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Smile Ventura and Santa Barbara CHP freq

Looking for the new frequency for the Ventura and Santa Barbara CHP office
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Old 01-19-2013, 12:40 AM
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45.02 has been the Orange in Southern Division for nearly two years.
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Old 01-21-2013, 11:06 AM
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Whoops shows how much I pay attention to Southern.
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Old 01-22-2013, 10:16 PM
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Update for Northern Div. and specifically Redding/Red Bluff:
Still no tx on nor-red2 independent of red1, however only Tehama Couny traffic is simulcasted on red2 at the moment. Sounds like the CHP sites in Tehama County (Tuscan and Colby) have the new radios in place but nothing in Shasta County. Traffic for shasta county units only come across red1. All mobiles are still replying on red1. Plenty of 700extender traffic around the red bluff office as well as hits in Anderson and south redding.
This morning was new though with the first significant action on nor-blu2 44.980 other than kerchunks. A huge speed trap south of Red Bluff with about 4-5 units. All on blu2 and then Redding came back a few times on blu2 with related traffic to their operation. (Edit: that redding traffic on blu2 would be from the Tuscan Buttes site)

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Old 02-04-2013, 12:13 AM
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I'm updating the programming of my lowband, and have a couple questions:

1. Is Bakersfield officially on Brown-2 yet, or are they still on Brown? If not, when do they anticipate the changeover?

2. For Susanville, my last update in early 2012 I put AMBER-2 (45.10) in my radio. As I was checking the database tonight, that frequency is gone and Susanville shows the original AMBER (42.08). Is that a database error, or did Susanville roll back to the old frequency for some reason? I tried reading through the thread, but didn't see any reference to this issue.

Any help is appreciated!! Thanks!!
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1. Is Bakersfield officially on Brown-2 yet, or are they still on Brown? If not, when do they anticipate the changeover?
I would keep both programmed. I went through a couple months ago and they were still on Brown, and only simulcasting the dispatch side on Brown 2.
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Old 02-05-2013, 10:07 AM
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Is there anything new for CHP frequencies in San Francisco bay area /Sacramento?

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Old 02-05-2013, 10:50 PM
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Is there anything new for CHP frequencies in San Francisco bay area /Sacramento?
Sacramento, the Valley Division, was the first to switch over and is complete I believe.
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Sacramento, the Valley Division, was the first to switch over and is complete I believe.
I still pick them up on 42.000 unless they switched to 700 just recently?
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Old 02-15-2013, 2:38 AM
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I'm updating the programming of my lowband, and have a couple questions:

1. Is Bakersfield officially on Brown-2 yet, or are they still on Brown? If not, when do they anticipate the changeover?

2. For Susanville, my last update in early 2012 I put AMBER-2 (45.10) in my radio. As I was checking the database tonight, that frequency is gone and Susanville shows the original AMBER (42.08). Is that a database error, or did Susanville roll back to the old frequency for some reason? I tried reading through the thread, but didn't see any reference to this issue.

Any help is appreciated!! Thanks!!
Bakersfield is still on the brown 42.500 pl 127.3

some traffic on 45.500 unknown pl right now as i cannot remember it.

45.500 very low powered from my north bakersfield location

hope that helps.

154.905 still active sometimes, i dont listen that much so i might have missed something
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I still pick them up on 42.000 unless they switched to 700 just recently?
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I still pick them up on 42.000 unless they switched to 700 just recently?
The CHP is not going to switch to 700 MHz from VHF-Low. Their use of 700 MHz is for their extenders only and the mobile radios will remain on VHF-Low. Maybe you know this but your post reads otherwise.
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Good news here for the Monterey black they now have repeat mode on now. I also notice sometimes they ask if the have the new CPVE or old pyramid.
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Good news here for the Monterey black they now have repeat mode on now. I also notice sometimes they ask if the have the new CPVE or old pyramid.
CHP is still on 42.000 freqs. here and not 700mhz.
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CHP is still on 42.000 freqs. here and not 700mhz.
I believe you mean VHF-Hi and not lowband.
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I believe you mean VHF-Hi and not lowband.
no up in northern CA they are on low band and in southern CA they are on 700 mhz.
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no up in northern CA they are on low band and in southern CA they are on 700 mhz.
Read this post which was targeted toward you...
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Over on the Sierra east side Gold is still in operation (42.120 base/42.200 mobile) and the 700 MHz extenders are being used on the frequencies and with the same NAC's shown in the database. I can hear them better and at a longer distance than the old 154.905, minus the "pulsing sound" that made listening to the VHF frequency so annoying. I've heard some testing, just a day or two, on Gold 2, but that was last summer and I haven't heard any further testing. The old statewide blue is still in use as well, although it is very rarely used. I've not heard any testing on the new Inland blue.

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