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Old 04-28-2014, 4:13 PM
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Default OKALOOSA NORTH VHF REPEATER

Is anyone monitoring the Okaloosa North VHF frequencies? Does the repeater sound like it's having issues with the signal?
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A few days ago when I was there it didn't sound like it was having issues, but I also left on the 28th....
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Default Okaloosa County SLERS Radio

Can anyone tell me the type of SLERS radios the Okaloosa County Fire/Ems Use? I'm Needing a Model # for the radios also I'm needing to find out the frequencies that's used with SLERS thoughout Okaloosa,walton,Santa Rosa,Bay countys YES! YES! YES! I know that you CAN NOT MONITOR these frequencies using a scanner i'm just needing the frequencies for research im doing at the moment.

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Can anyone tell me the type of SLERS radios the Okaloosa County Fire/Ems Use? I'm Needing a Model # for the radios also I'm needing to find out the frequencies that's used with SLERS thoughout Okaloosa,walton,Santa Rosa,Bay countys YES! YES! YES! I know that you CAN NOT MONITOR these frequencies using a scanner i'm just needing the frequencies for research im doing at the moment.

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As for Bay County SLERS (Panama City and Callaway) Freq's they are listed I'm not sure if the LCNs are correct. Waiting on Uniden to come out with Analyzer feature to come out.
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Can anyone tell me the type of SLERS radios the Okaloosa County Fire/Ems Use? I'm Needing a Model # for the radios also I'm needing to find out the frequencies that's used with SLERS thoughout Okaloosa,walton,Santa Rosa,Bay countys YES! YES! YES! I know that you CAN NOT MONITOR these frequencies using a scanner i'm just needing the frequencies for research im doing at the moment.

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As far as the frequencies you can get them from the FCC by doing a web search.

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If you had the right frequencies and a radio I doubt you would figure it all out. You will have to know the key codes for the radio to work. There will be a billion key code choices on the system. Getting the software to program the radio would be another roadblock. Have you tried DSD or DSD Plus ? You can search here on RR for DSD and DSD Plus. That is where I would start first.
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EMS is using a few P7100's, but mostly M7300 and P7300's.
I used to be able to get that information for you, but cannot anymore. I have the Phase 2 of rebanding info still, but they have gone through Phase 3, so none of that info is still valid.

Even with a radio for the system, you have to have a LID to get on, and the state only issues those, when a radio is authorized for use, even monitoring, with PTT disabled. You have to have very specific feature codes for the state to give authorization.
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The SOUTH VHF REPEATER 154.860 is down again. I heard the SOUTH repeater is old and held together with bubble gum. I wish they would just replace it and stop it from going out every other month. As an Okaloosa county tax payer I Support the purchase of a new repeater because vhf serves as a tac channel as well as backup if SLERS gos down or has issues.
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