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Old 07-17-2014, 1:59 PM
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Default Fox Creek, AB Fire Department?

Heya --

Anybody know what frequency Fox Creek FD runs on?

I don't seem to see it in the database for Greenview County.

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Old 07-17-2014, 4:05 PM
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TAFL shows a bunch of listings.

166.785MHz seems to be a repeater on Snuff Mountain.
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Old 07-17-2014, 4:10 PM
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TAFL shows a bunch of listings.

166.785MHz seems to be a repeater on Snuff Mountain.
Yeah, I saw those in the TAFL, but I wasn't sure what was the input or output.

I also heard rumours that they may not be on conventional radio anymore, hence my question.
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Old 07-17-2014, 4:22 PM
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Also try 169.860/172.635. TAFL should show what type of emission ie Digital departments are using. Don't quite know how to interpret them.
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Old 07-17-2014, 4:28 PM
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Nothing in TAFL suggests anything other than wideband analog.
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Old 07-17-2014, 8:09 PM
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169.86 is Fox Creek and 171.285 is the Pass Creek Site.
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169.86 is Fox Creek and 171.285 is the Pass Creek Site.
Thanks man... I appreciate it!

Other than ESRD, RCMP and EMS, anything else of interest to listen to in Fox Creek?
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Thanks man... I appreciate it!



Other than ESRD, RCMP and EMS, anything else of interest to listen to in Fox Creek?

Probably just oil patch 'valve porn' there really is not much in Vegas, it truly is a 'patch town.


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Here are the one I used when I was stationed at Fox Creek,
RCMP B3 155.5350
FC FD 169.8600/123.0
FD Snuff Mtn 166.7850
EMS 151.6100
there is also a AFS Forestry base located just South of FC and theres a lot of Forestry freqs both FM and AM to listen to....
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Nothing in TAFL suggests anything other than wideband analog.
TAFL/Spectrum Direct is horrible for keeping up to date. It's not at all like the US FCC listings where they are held to whatever emissions they are licensed for. Agencies that have been using DMR for years are still showing 16K0F3E(JN) in their licenses because nobody bothered to get them to update their data.
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