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Old 09-09-2007, 8:19 AM
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Smile New Niagara County Fire Frequencies

Does anyone know what Niagara County is doing with the new UHF frequencies for fire ?
I ran a search with the FCC data bank and I found all kinds of frequencies including in the 460 band. Just need some help. Thanks
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Old 09-27-2007, 6:10 PM
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As far as I know, they're still using Low-Band for Fire/EMS dispatches. Not sure what the UHF stuff is for. I'll have to check it out. I know the City itself uses UHF for most of their comms., but wouldn't the FCC have licensed it to the City of Niagara Falls?
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Old 09-27-2007, 6:44 PM
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Default niagara county fire new channels...

i've been hearing them on 423.8625 lately with callsign KEC990
Hearing dispatch and operations
I believe there is another UHF link channel as well for Niag county fire.
All of the old low band fire channels in the western new york area seem to have UHF link freqs these days...
Another fire service from the WNY area can be heard up here on 454.0875 poss. in Hamburg?
I'm across the lake near Toronto, Ontario
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Old 09-28-2007, 9:17 AM
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I've also noted activity on 425.8625. 423.8625 is simulcasting all transmissions on 46.06, which makes it possible to hear mobile units countywide since 46.06 is simplex. It seems like it might be some kind of range-extending repeater, because 423.8625 doesn't quite come in 5x5 here in Lockport like the other county frequencies.

These two frequencies are indeed licensed to the county as WQCC454. When the coordinator is broadcasting, they recently (last year or so) started identifying themselves as KEC990 and WQCC454. I also noted some testing of the repeater a few weeks ago, so it might not be considered fully operational yet.
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Old 09-28-2007, 11:37 AM
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Default Fire Frequencies

If these frequencies are of any help I pick these up From Fort Erie Ontario, I have not got around to finding out all of the towns, and Cities

453.2500 FIRE
453.6250 FIRE/RESCUE (88.5) CHEEKTOWAGA
453.6250 FIRE/RESCUE (662) CLEVELAND HILL
453.9375 FIRE/RESCUE AIRPORT/SEC.
454.0750 FIRE
454.0875 FIRE (306)
454.1125 FIRE
454.1500 FIRE
454.4125 FIRE
454.4875 FIRE
454.5000 FIRE
454.5750 AMB. (172)
454.5875 FIRE (141.3)

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And again, all of these that have been reported to me are listed on the NF2G Scannist Pages. Check Erie and Niagara county listings.

http://nf2g.com/scannist
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Default Technician Test Preparation October 13

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Volunteer Examiners will conduct the exams indicating who passed. Then in a short time you will have your call sign and be ready to go on the air as you explore the exciting world of amateur radio.

The location is THE BRIDGE located on Main Street next to Leaning Tower Pizza in downtown Mount Morris. The $20.00 cost includes books, test fee and lunch. Testing is open to anyone not attending the training for $14.00.

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