funny thing u should say that i believe it’s 151.1900 old palmer fg ch.or there old disp freq 159.645 slot 2 try 155.655 i heard the aux police might be taking the 155 the was hfd ops 2 back when analog freq cos there frequency doesn’t cover the whole city.
i don’t have a scanner at the moment that type can do that looking for more info on holyoke there’s suppose to be four different dmr chs for them for fire 159.645& 151.1900 time slot 2 fd slot 1 fd ops
i know it’s a different town looking for more info on eldpw not sure what TG they use like 1001 or just 1 call iD it’s called thanks
last I knew, Holyoke Fire stopped using 151.190 DMR repeater, as they didn't renew their last special temporary authority (STA) FCC license, which expired back on 12/11/17. It was FCC call sign WQZN284. On the most recent FCC filing, their is an attachment letter stating:
" Based upon a phone call on March 1, 2018 between FCC and Marcus Communications, the STA requesting frequency 151.190 MHz is Not able to be used due to potential interference with another licensee and an alternate frequency will be selected. Pursuant to Rule 1.934(a)(1), file number 0008078713 is being dismissed at the request of the City of Holyoke. "
I stopped hearing activity on this back in Jan 2018, and at present day nothing anymore.
thanks for the update. I stopped monitoring it back several months ago. I just added it back into my scanner, scan list. correct, they got a temporary letter of concurrence (LOC) from Palmer Fire to use 151.190 for testing purposes. The previous 2 FCC call sign were STA's for testing purposes (not permanent use), according to the Holyoke Fire Dept attachment letter.