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Old 11-11-2012, 3:32 PM
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I was wondering if anyone knows any frequencies in San Diego County that tree service or landscaping companies use?

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I was wondering if anyone knows any frequencies in San Diego County that tree service or landscaping companies use?

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...and the 800 MHz LTR systems. But I'd bet most of them use cell phones.
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... or FRS / MURS radios.
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FRS/MURS radios are usually used for line of sight tree to ground communications on the job sites and they also use a headset called Peltor Powercom which is VHF HI,LO band also they make UHF models too.Also another is called Earmark which is 900 MHZ.

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