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Old 04-18-2006, 11:03 PM
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Default NH Fire Tone Outs For Unidens

Does anyone happen to have or know the Uniden Fire Tone Outs for Derry Fire, Southern NH Fire Departments? Any info be appreciated.
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Lightbulb Derry Fire Tones

Derry F 154.130 114.8 Derry Fire Dispatch
Derry F 154.265 136.5 HazMat Team
Pelham F 158.745R 210.7
Salem F 155.8825 97.4
Chester F 154.130 114.8

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Old 05-18-2006, 10:39 PM
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Default Those are the subaudible CTCSS tones

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Derry F 154.130 114.8 Derry Fire Dispatch
Derry F 154.265 136.5 HazMat Team
Pelham F 158.745R 210.7
Salem F 155.8825 97.4
Chester F 154.130 114.8

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You gave the sub-audible CTCSS tones. I think he was looking for the audible alert tones, usually listed as two separate frequencies, similar to 782Hz - 1035Hz. The tones are used to open squelch on a firefighters audio pager and other like receivers. You hear these tones during an initial dispatch - Tone 1, Tone 2, whelp,whelp,whellp, announcement/dispatch audio.

I do not have the tones he is asking for, unfortunately.

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Old 05-24-2006, 12:55 PM
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Default Hudson Fire

I have Hudson Fire's All-Call as 330.5/349.0, but haven't tested it yet.
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You gave the sub-audible CTCSS tones. I think he was looking for the audible alert tones, usually listed as two separate frequencies, similar to 782Hz - 1035Hz. The tones are used to open squelch on a firefighters audio pager and other like receivers. You hear these tones during an initial dispatch - Tone 1, Tone 2, whelp,whelp,whellp, announcement/dispatch audio.

I do not have the tones he is asking for, unfortunately.

John
Derry NH
I dont have that info either.

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