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Old 01-01-2011, 12:48 PM
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Default Nashua FD Zone Channel Plan??

I recently came across this zone plan for the Nashua FD and was wondering if anyone knew if this was still accurate. I believe it is from 2007.

Zone- A

Ch-A1 32784 Fire Dispatch
Ch-A2 32816 Fireground 2
Ch-A3 32848 Fireground 3
Ch-A4 32880 Fireground 4
Ch-A5 32912 Fireground 5
Ch-A6 32976 EMS Operations 6
Ch-A7 33264 EMS Operations 7
Ch-A8 33296 EMS Dispatch
Ch-A9 08240 Citywide 1 Interoperability
Ch-A10 08272 Citywide 2 Interoperability
Ch-A11 33200 Haz-Mat Op
Ch-A12 33232 Dive Team Op
Ch-A13 (varies) Regrouping (Can assigned any TG as
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Ch-A14 32688 Tone Alerting (Analog Dispatch Tones)
Ch-A15 8xx.xxxx Talkaround 1
Ch-A16 8xx.xxxx Vehicle Repeaters


Zone - B

Ch-B1 08240 Citywide 1 Interoperability
Ch-B2 08272 Citywide 2 Interoperability
Ch-?? 03280 Citywide 11-16-06
Ch-B7 03312 Citywide ? EMS Ops
Ch-B8 03344 Citywide ? On Scene Ops
Ch-B9 03376 Citywide ?
Ch-B10 03408 Citywide 9 Emergency Operation Center
Ch-B11 03440 Citywide 10 Fire/Police Ops
Ch-B12 851.0125 I-Call Interagency (156.7)
Ch-B13 851.5125 I-Tac-1 Interagency (156.7)
Ch-B14 852.0125 I-Tac-2 Interagency (156.7)
Ch-B15 852.5125 I-Tac-3 Interagency (156.7)
Ch-B16 853.0125 I-Tac-4 Interagency (156.7)

Zone - C
Ch-C6 33072 Fire Mechanic
Ch-C7 33040 Fire Alarm Division
32752 Fire Alarm?? CH-??
Ch-C8 33104 Fire Marshals
Ch-C10 33232 Dive Team Op
Ch-C11 33328 Fire Training 1
Ch-C12 33168 Fire Training 2
Ch-C13 33200 Haz-Mat Op
Ch-C14 33808 Commissioner


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Old 01-11-2011, 4:07 PM
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Hi,

Have your compared your list to this

Nashua Trunking System, Nashua, New Hampshire - Scanner Frequencies

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Yes I have compared my list to the page that you mentioned. Since it has been a while since the Nashua page was updated I was just curious if their have been any changes.
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Unless a Department needs to make major changes, the channel plans [code plug] typically never changes. Too many radios to call back into the Office and change. Even a change for Rebanding required all the radios to comeback in for updates to the Control channels.

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Yes I have compared my list to the page that you mentioned. Since it has been a while since the Nashua page was updated I was just curious if their have been any changes.
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the channel plan is pretty much the same since the rebanding,,funding is being obtained to replace ALL of the fd and pd portable radios.(actually considered outdated allready)
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the channel plan is pretty much the same since the rebanding,,funding is being obtained to replace ALL of the fd and pd portable radios.(actually considered outdated allready)
Thanks for the information ecps92 and cmed325. Thats interesting that they are obtaining funding to replace all of the fd and pd portables. Do they use XTS3000's because for some reason I thought they used the XTS5000's?
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they are all xts3000 radios ,,all the mobiles and portables are all programmed by the same template,,3 banks of 16 channels each .the ciywide channels are for agencies such as dpw etc to communicate with the fd and pd, ,the public safety group is for fd/pd communications only.
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they are all xts3000 radios ,,all the mobiles and portables are all programmed by the same template,,3 banks of 16 channels each .the ciywide channels are for agencies such as dpw etc to communicate with the fd and pd, ,the public safety group is for fd/pd communications only.
Thanks for the info. I had a couple of more questions regarding the Nashua FD channel plan.

Zone A
What is the Nashua FD Talk-Around frequency is?
What is the Nashua FD Vehicle Repeater frequency?
Is A13 still used as a regrouping channel?

Zone B
I am kind of surprised that B1 and B2 are the citywide interoperability frequencies instead of B1 through B6 being the main dispatch and fireground channels.

Can anyone confirm the descriptions for the following talkgroups?
Ch-?? 03280 Citywide?
Ch-B7 03312 Citywide ? EMS Ops
Ch-B8 03344 Citywide ? On Scene Ops
Ch-B9 03376 Citywide ?

Zone C
Are channels C1 through C6 the Main dispatch channel and fireground channels?
Can anyone confirm what the talkgroup 32752 is used for?
What is the channel C9 used for?
What are the channels C15 and C16 used for?


It is going to be interesting if and when they upgrade the radios if they decide to go with the XTS5000 or the APX series so that they can communicate with the following towns such as Hudson, Merrimack, etc since they use VHF
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ill send the complete channel breakdown when i can,as far as replacing the portables,i wouldnt think that the portables would be dual band because of the cost,,,as far as high band inter op,all the mutual aid depts that come to nashua have 154.325 pl 103.5 in their rigs/portables,,that channel is patched into whatever 800 channel is being used,,also every rig has a mobile and portable radio on vhf.they use that for mutual aid and also a back up incase of pblms with the 800 system.they have still maintained their complete vhf system since their switch to 800.
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ill send the complete channel breakdown when i can,as far as replacing the portables,i wouldnt think that the portables would be dual band because of the cost,,,as far as high band inter op,all the mutual aid depts that come to nashua have 154.325 pl 103.5 in their rigs/portables,,that channel is patched into whatever 800 channel is being used,,also every rig has a mobile and portable radio on vhf.they use that for mutual aid and also a back up incase of pblms with the 800 system.they have still maintained their complete vhf system since their switch to 800.
That will be great if you are able to send a complete channel breakdown. That's a good idea that they have maintained their complete VHF system in case they have a problems with the 800 TRS but I am sure it isn't cheap maintaining the VHF system.
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ill send the complete channel breakdown when i can,as far as replacing the portables,i wouldnt think that the portables would be dual band because of the cost,,,as far as high band inter op,all the mutual aid depts that come to nashua have 154.325 pl 103.5 in their rigs/portables,,that channel is patched into whatever 800 channel is being used,,also every rig has a mobile and portable radio on vhf.they use that for mutual aid and also a back up incase of pblms with the 800 system.they have still maintained their complete vhf system since their switch to 800.
Have you had any luck with the list of how the channels are broken down? If not no worries.
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will get it out shortly.
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Sounds good. Thanks.
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will get it out shortly.
I was wondering if you got a chance to compile the channel breakdown for the Nashua FD?

By the way would you happen to have an updated talk group list for the Nashua PD?

Thanks so much
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Last I heard they were rebanded to the list as follows

851.6000 851.775 851.975

These are the new rebanded channels
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the channel plan is pretty much the same since the rebanding,,funding is being obtained to replace ALL of the fd and pd portable radios.(actually considered outdated allready)

Since it has been a while any updates in regards to the funding that was being obtained to replace all the fd and pd portable radios?
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