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Old 03-09-2013, 7:26 PM
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They could do what bucks and montgomery counties do. Individual fire companies and/or township municipal govts get vhf frequencies and setup simulcast repeaters. In bucks each fire response channel has one simulcast. Montgomery county has multiple simulcast channels for each response channel in some cases.
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They could do what bucks and montgomery counties do. Individual fire companies and/or township municipal govts get vhf frequencies and setup simulcast repeaters. In bucks each fire response channel has one simulcast. Montgomery county has multiple simulcast channels for each response channel in some cases.
Same as in Delaware. When they implemented their statewide TRS fire companies thoughout the state set up simulcast repeaters.
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6,500 was the number so it must be something else then.
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6,500 was the number so it must be something else then.
Yes - the model number of the mobile radio.
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Old 03-10-2013, 11:34 AM
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Aahhh....some one must have got the details mixed up. They told me the quantity to be installed was 6,500. In any event, they start tomorrow.
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Yeah never know in Camden (corruption) county, it may be 6500 mobile radios. All the freeholders, their friends and family need radios, all the police officers and their friends need radios. The firefighters and their friends need radios. The politicians and their friends need radios...the list goes on. Did I miss anyone?
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Old 03-10-2013, 10:38 PM
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Don't want to go off on a different trail here but I have 2 questions regarding the new system. First off I notice that in the license allocations I see more tower locations listed than currently exist now. Is the buildout of the system complete, or just complete enough to get the system online for now with full coverage, then later add the extra towers? Also I notice in the database a few 850 frequencies. What's the deal with those? I remember a while back being able to hear P25 control chamnel noise on one of those but as far as I know they're silent now. Will they be used again when the system is fully online?
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Old 03-11-2013, 7:21 AM
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The system was planned with all of those tower locations to be constructed. If it is determined that more sites are needed, they will be built. That will be determined soon, but I would be willing to bet that no more will be built.
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Yeah never know in Camden (corruption) county, it may be 6500 mobile radios. All the freeholders, their friends and family need radios, all the police officers and their friends need radios. The firefighters and their friends need radios. The politicians and their friends need radios...the list goes on. Did I miss anyone?
Yes - the EMT's.
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Default Camden County new 700 Frequencies

Call sign WQOV700 uses the following Freqs...

769.80625000
770.25625000
770.85625000
771.20625000
772.10625000
772.88125000
773.45625000
773.93125000
774.18125000
799.80625000
800.25625000
800.85625000
801.20625000
802.10625000
802.88125000
803.45625000
803.93125000
804.18125000

Call Sign WQOV699 uses the following Freqs...

769.81875000
770.26875000
770.86875000
771.21875000
772.11875000
772.89375000
773.46875000
773.94375000
774.19375000
799.81875000
800.26875000
800.86875000
801.21875000
802.11875000
802.89375000
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Sorry this is delayed but there is daily testing on at least one of the following talkgroups:
101
102
201
211
221
231
247
302

Just make sure the wildcard is activated and it will find these other talkgroups. All transmissions are phase 2 so when they come up you should see a little "D2" in the corner of your screen. talkgroups are usually acrive during the daytime hours into early evening. The best thing would be to set your radio to record so that you don't have to wait around to hear any action.
New ID # 212

ID 201 County Feild Comm, I confermed with a 4400 guy

Monday (3/11/13/) I heard Voorhees FD guys using the system but I mistakenly deleted the audio files so I don't know what ID Ch they were using.
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Old 03-13-2013, 12:32 PM
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That ID # 212 is Fire/EMS South Operations Channel

The following areas this will cover
Ancora, Berlin Boro and Twp, Chesilhurst,Gibbsboro, Lindenwold, Pine Hill, Voorhees, Waterford and Winslow
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I moved the thread from the Community Announcements forum to the NJ forum and consolidated posts from three threads into this one by merging, moving some posts and closing a previous thread. This was done as there was plenty of duplication of effort.

I am sticking this thread so that you can use it as this system develops. When we see that it is no longer needed to be stuck we can unstick it then.
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Anybody out there w/PSR-800 considering hosting a feed for Camden County fire & EMS? Thanks.
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I need a few things but I just might put it online. I would also need someone to walk me through it.
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Hearing Winslow fire units speaking with each other on the new system TGID 211.
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Old 03-14-2013, 2:58 PM
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Yeah, Sorry. I said ID 212 was South Op's. It's South Tac 1, South Op's is ID 211. My bad guys!!

South Op's, Tac's 1,2, & 3 and Firegroud for the South area is

Ancora, Berlin Boro and Twp, Chesilhurst,Gibbsboro, Lindenwold, Pine Hill, Voorhees, Waterford and Winslow
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Hi RIch,

Are the fireground conventional channels or talk groups? What will the OPS, Tac, and FG used for? For example will response be on the OPS talkgroup and fireground comms be on the Tac or FG channels?

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Old 03-14-2013, 6:45 PM
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Hi Joe.

The way they explaned it to us it sounds like that it would be conventional. I asked a friend at county, just waiting for an answer.
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Sorry, Tac channel's are the back up when someone has a working fire on the Op's channel. Fireground can not be monitored by county. They have a 1 to 2 mile range, so I'm guessing it's conventional.
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