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Old 11-10-2010, 7:11 PM
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Default Tippecanoe County

This is Tippecanoe County E.M.A. HAM RADIO CALL SIGN KC9LOF WHAT IS FREQUENCY
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I think the EMA is all on the trunked system.
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Old 11-10-2010, 9:01 PM
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Mark,The Call sign you have posted is a Ham Radio Call Sign.As rdale posted Tippecanoe County(Lafayette) would be on the county's radio system.
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Old 11-10-2010, 10:55 PM
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Check these out Mark...bet u will hear EMA on one of these in an emergency

Skywarn/ARES

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag
147.13500 WI9RES RM CSQ WI9RES County ARES Skywarn Primary FM Ham
146.76000 W9YB RM CSQ W9YB 2M County ARES Skywarn Secondary FM Ham
443.77500 KA9VXS RM CSQ KA9VXS/R County ARES Skywarn NWS Indianapolis Link FM Ham
444.50000 W9YB RM CSQ W9YB 440 County ARES Skywarn Alternate FM Ham
146.73000 W9ARP RM CSQ W9ARP CG County ARES D-STAR VHF Primary D-STAR Ham
444.30000 W9ARP RM CSQ W9ARP BG County ARES D-STAR UHF Primary D-STAR Ham
145.50000 M CSQ TAC-A County ARES VHF Tactical A FM Ham
146.59500 M CSQ TAC-B County ARES VHF Tactical B FM Ham
147.58500 M CSQ TAC-C County ARES VHF Tactical C FM Ham
146.41500 M CSQ TAC-D County ARES VHF Tactical D FM Ham
145.67000 M DV TAC-A County ARES VHF D-STAR Tactical A D-STAR Ham
147.48000 M DV TAC-B County ARES VHF D-STAR Tactical B D-STAR Ham
144.90000 M DV TAC-C County ARES VHF D-STAR Tactical C D-STAR Ham
445.50000 M CSQ TAC-1 County ARES UHF Tactical 1 FM Ham
446.20000 M CSQ TAC-2 County ARES UHF Tactical 2 FM Ham
446.97500 M CSQ TAC-3 County ARES UHF Tactical 3 FM Ham
445.00000 M CSQ TAC-4 County ARES UHF Tactical 4 FM Ham
441.00000 M DV TAC-1 County ARES UHF D-STAR Tactical 1 D-STAR Ham
445.67000 M DV TAC-2 County ARES UHF D-STAR Tactical 2 D-STAR Ham
434.00000 M DV TAC-3 County ARES UHF D-STAR Tactical 3 D-STAR Ham
147.42000 M CSQ MA - ARC County ARES / Red Cross Mutual Aid FM Ham
146.49000 M CSQ INARES V Indiana ARES VHF Simplex FM Ham
446.10000 M CSQ INARES U Indiana ARES UHF Simplex FM Ham
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He needs the talkgroup or frequency That Tippecanoe County EMA not Ham Radio is using.
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In my notes, I've got Tippecanoe Co EMA as 155.055 and there are several talkgroups on the Tippecanoe County Public trunk system:
TEMA Chat 35664
TEMA Dispatch 35696
TEMA Ops 35728
TEMA Announce 36784
TEMA Admin 37104
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...and those are all on the Tippecanoe Fire/EMA stream.
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Thanks N9WP for your post.
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Thanks N9WP for your post.
They aren't hidden When you have questions about TGs or frequencies, the first place to start needs to be the RRDB.
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He needs the talkgroup or frequency That Tippecanoe County EMA not Ham Radio is using.
I didnt read that...he ask what Freq he would basically hear EMA giving that callsign a HAM callsign...I bet they don't use em on there own system??
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If he heard that call sign on a frequency, he knows what the frequency is, so he wouldn't be asking.
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If he heard that call sign on a frequency, he knows what the frequency is, so he wouldn't be asking.
unless his radio was in the other room and he heard the call but didnt get to the radio in time to see the Freq.
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unless his radio was in the other room and he heard the call but didnt get to the radio in time to see the Freq.
Then how would he know it was Tippecanoe County EMA? I think people are taking this post a little too seriously. Notice all the followup comments yet nothing from him...
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thank you all help I PUT ALL IN MY SCANNER
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