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Old 06-30-2014, 7:04 PM
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Does anyone know if the CFG 1 channel is a trunk channel or is it a conventional 800 repeater channel like the interops channels? In other words, Will a conventional 800 radio work on CFG 1? Or does it need to be an EFJohnson portable on the trunk system for it to work?
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I am pretty sure that is a TG and not a conv. freq.

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CFG 1 is a talkgroup. Even though you cannot scan the system, talkgroups are listed for reference.on the trunked system database page. CFG is "Central FireGround". On the portable radios, it reads CFG 1.

https://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=987

If you hear them mention "FD 1" or "FD 2" those are simplex channels sometimes used for fireground ops.
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