462.6375 Mount Morris uses while on scene instead of using the low band system. I do believe the trucks and chiefs have cross band repeaters in their cars and fire apparatus so their transmissions can be heard by fire dispatch and mutual aid companies. They have been using this system for about a year now. They bought all used HT1000 on Ebay and other sites to get the system up and running due to no real funds to purchase new equipment so I have been told by a local radio shop in the area.
453.450 Wyoming County. Per the head of Wyoming EOC when I asked about this, that frequency will someday be the dispatch channel for the county when the low band system is turned off. Projections are 5 to 10 years was the estimate he gave me. Right now they are testing the frequency which is being transmitted from Warsaw.
Originally Posted by DaveNF2G
These are discoveries that don't qualify as database submissions yet. Found with my Homepatrol-1E (Roadpatrol?) while mobile over the weekend.
156.0075/ digital? Cayuga County
Apparently the above freq is coded analog in the database. I was hearing digital transmissions in the Auburn area but the HP-1 does not permit easy mode changes.
46.16 repeated via 462.6375 in Mount Morris
I discovered this with my GMRS transceiver, so I don't have a CTCSS for it.
453.450/D125 chirps near Wyoming County
What is chirping?