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Old 06-13-2015, 6:41 PM
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Default NCFC 46.10 X-Band - 460.2250

Anyone know if 460.2250 , the 46.10 cross band for Nassau FireCom works county wide?
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Old 06-17-2015, 6:42 AM
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It is a low power cross band repeater, so YMMV.
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Old 06-17-2015, 9:42 PM
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Thanks. Happen to know where it is located?

I pick up the East Rockaway and Malverne 46.20 XBant repeaters on UHF in VS, but just stumbled onto the 46.10 xband repeater.
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Old 06-18-2015, 5:23 AM
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According to the FCC
ULS License - Public Safety Pool, Conventional License - WPKX623 - FRANKLIN SQUARE & MUNSON FIRE DISTRICT - Frequencies Summary

841 LIBERTY PLACE
FRANKLIN SQUARE, NY NASSAU County 40-42-24.4 N, 073-40-17.5 W

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Thanks. Happen to know where it is located?

I pick up the East Rockaway and Malverne 46.20 XBant repeaters on UHF in VS, but just stumbled onto the 46.10 xband repeater.
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What CTCSS or DCS tone is being used on 460.225?
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It has been in the database for a while. They use CSQ
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It sounds like Franklin Square & Munson FD is no longer using this as a 46.10 crossband. They seem to be using it as their fireground frequency. I'm not hearing any activity on their old fireground, 453.4625
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Thanks Nawton. I moved the old crossband frequency over to Franklin Square in the RRDB.


If you notice no longer hear 453.4625, please open a ticket in the database and we will have it removed.
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Will do, but I'll give it another week or so of listening first. If anyone else hears anything on 453.4625, speak up!
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Probably since the 453 channel is UTAC41 and they were recently admonished by the FCC for regular use so they had to find an alternative.
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Is 453.8750 still up and running as the 46.10 cross band?
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Is 453.8750 still up and running as the 46.10 cross band?
That's not a cross band. It's a new UHF dispatch frequency to eventually replace 46.10 for those departments that want to get off low band and won't have their own dispatch freq.
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That's not a cross band. It's a new UHF dispatch frequency to eventually replace 46.10 for those departments that want to get off low band and won't have their own dispatch freq.
So it is the new UHF, but offers some simultaneous dispatch?

When I am down there I just use 46.10/46.20 on my trusty bullet proof Vertex, but the few times I have tried out the UHF I have found some activity on it, but not much exploring of the channel since I have the 46.10 radio.
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