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Old 12-11-2012, 7:56 AM
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Default Belton FD

Anyone heard Belton FD lately? I've heard nothing on 156.195 162.2 PL.
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Old 12-11-2012, 8:57 AM
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Maybe wrong PL Tone for Anderson area units.
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Belton, Honea Path, and Williamston FD's have been heard on the Palmetto P25 system, TG 41043.
Please see the database for this system.
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For private comms, fire ground, and volunteers they will maintain their VHF channels using the Anderson Co DPL tone.
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Old 12-13-2012, 8:55 AM
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I know for a fact that Anderson, Honea Path and Williamston uses 464 DPL.
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Belton, Honea Path, and Williamston FD's have been heard on the Palmetto P25 system, TG 41043.
Please see the database for this system.
If they have been using 41043 they sure don't have any fires. I listen to my scanner A LOT and I never here anything over there.
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IF, they just use their old VHF Base / mobile for "Fire Ground" then you may not be close enough to hear them. Also consider if they are using MotoTRBO for narrow band VHF they could be in "Digital Fire Ground".
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Old 12-25-2012, 8:56 AM
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Firefighter89, Belton is still very active on 156.195 with pl 162.2. They are narrowband now which may explain the reduced coverage.

All, P25 for the talkgroup listed is used for Command and Control and for joint operations.

Larry, they are still analog narrowband for dispatch and fireground ops. No Trbo at Belton.
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