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AFD Fire Tones on i-Call?

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Listening to Aurora FD yesterday and heard FD tones go out on i-Call ID 15945? Has this always been how they send tones? I'm assuming that the i-Call only goes to the base radio tied to the Plectron(?) receiver in each station being toned?
 

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That is how they have done it for some time now

The number is not always the same, so I would assume that each station has their own I-call number

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I kinda of figured that it probably was that way all along and I just never paid attention to it.
 
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