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Old 08-12-2007, 10:20 AM
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Default North Kingstown Fire frequency transmit frequency?

Hello, anyone know the transmit frequency of North Kingstown Fire? I know there recieve is 154.235. Can seem to find it listed anywhere.
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Old 08-12-2007, 11:27 AM
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That would seem to be the only frequency they currently use. It looks like a VHF simplex system.
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Old 08-13-2007, 9:43 AM
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They are definately on a repeater...?
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Are you sure they're on a repeater? It doesn't look like it.
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Old 08-13-2007, 6:44 PM
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Here is their callsign KDO275

According to the FCC they have a license for the following freqs:

Frequency Loc# Ant# Freq
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000046.38000000 2 1 1 FB 1 25 75.000 185.000
000046.42000000 1 1 1 FB 1 25 75.000 75.000
000154.23500000 2 1 2 FB2 1 25 45.000 75.000
000154.23500000 2 1 3 FBS 1 25 110.000 200.000
000154.23500000 3 1 1 MO 50 45.000
000154.28000000 1 1 2 FB 1 25 75.000 185.000
000154.28000000 3 1 2 MO 50 45.000
000156.04500000 3 1 3 MO 50 45.000

It looks like 156.045 is the input, 154.235 is FB2 which means repeater.
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Cool Nkfd

North Kingstown Fire Department's repeater input frequency is 151.295. But why monitor that when you will hear everything on 154.235?
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North Kingstown Fire Department's repeater input frequency is 151.295. But why monitor that when you will hear everything on 154.235?
Does anyone know the correct pl tone?
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Old 12-14-2007, 1:10 PM
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N. Kingstown RI Fire 154.235 pl 118.8 This is the repeater Tx
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Old 12-28-2007, 1:36 PM
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same pl on the input
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Old 12-28-2007, 1:38 PM
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and speaking of nk just figured out tg 1286 and 1289 are both nk detective encrypted tg's
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This looks good, its hard to find scanner freq. since Long Island scanner web site went out.
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Why do you want or need the PL on the input? Unless you're going to cause mischief.
(Not saying you are, but it is somewhat suspicious)
It's easy to find the frequencies. Scanner Master lists them, this site does, Scancapecod.us does... there are plenty of resources with a little effort.
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Why do you want or need the PL on the input? Unless you're going to cause mischief.
(Not saying you are, but it is somewhat suspicious)
It's easy to find the frequencies. Scanner Master lists them, this site does, Scancapecod.us does... there are plenty of resources with a little effort.
I'm not sure about North Kingstown but here in NY you need to pl to distinguish what agency you are listening to. We have a lot of "mixer off" traffic.
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Usually its the same PL in, as the PL out. 95% of the time.


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Why do you want or need the PL on the input? Unless you're going to cause mischief.
(Not saying you are, but it is somewhat suspicious)
It's easy to find the frequencies. Scanner Master lists them, this site does, Scancapecod.us does... there are plenty of resources with a little effort.
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