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Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag
45.52000 KDD590 BM 114.8 PL DEMHS EM 1 Emergency Management (Statewide) FM Emergency Ops
45.60000 KDD590 BM 114.8 PL DEMHS EM 2 Emergency Management (Statewide) FM Emergency Ops
153.74000 KA41571 M 162.2 PL DEMHSRegion5 Region 5 FM Emergency Ops
153.75500 KA41571 M 162.2 PL DEMHSRegion1 Region 1 FM Emergency Ops
153.80000 KA41571 M 162.2 PL DEMHSRegion2 Region 2 FM Emergency Ops

I would try the above + your local pd/fd
 

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Just heard regions rving each other on 32560 on csp. Haven't put the full vhf list in yet. Does anyone have a full vhf demhs list handy?

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Your local ham radio freqs and repeater would probably be good to listen to too.
 

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does anyone know if FEMA is going to actually be on the air thru this? One of the guys on another board actually posted a shot of a full blown fema disaster truck parked up here in new haven county somewhere
 

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does anyone know if FEMA is going to actually be on the air thru this? One of the guys on another board actually posted a shot of a full blown fema disaster truck parked up here in new haven county somewhere
Joe, I've seen a few of those trucks up close. From what I understand, they are used only AFTER the event is over to establish links with other similar trucks in other areas. These vehicles are crucial especially when day to day normal ERS communications go down after an incident. I have a few pictures somewhere. I'll didg them up and send them to you if I can find them!

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Google MERS and FEMA and you should get a good overview of the Comm capabilities. As Manny said, these are used to support [typically after] the Joint Field Office / Disaster Field Office sites """IF""" the local infrastructure has been damaged.

does anyone know if FEMA is going to actually be on the air thru this? One of the guys on another board actually posted a shot of a full blown fema disaster truck parked up here in new haven county somewhere
 

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oh there's a pic of one of the trucks parked up here in new haven county. i was just wonering if they had their own set of freqs they used thats all.. btw caught alot of CSP activity on patch 3 this am and this afternoon. So lets see what we hear
 

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Sat-phones back to HQ and the REC and [guess] likely 406-420 P25/Enc for Car/Car err Truck/Truck :)

oh there's a pic of one of the trucks parked up here in new haven county. i was just wonering if they had their own set of freqs they used thats all.. btw caught alot of CSP activity on patch 3 this am and this afternoon. So lets see what we hear
 

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VHF High-Band Regional Radio Network
153.755 - Region 1 - PL 162.2
153.800 - Region 2 - PL 162.2
153.935 - Region 3 - PL 162.2
153.965 - Region 4 - PL 162.2
153.740 - Region 5 - PL 162.2

Also, as mentioned previously, TG 32560 is active. Some of the radio ID's coming up have aliases for DEMHS (discovered back when they were rebanding the radios).

Don't forget about the I-Call/I-Tac, CSPERN, & hotlines. All likely to be busy. You never know what will pop up on the CSP system. There's the new Transit TG's 48432/48464 and SPAN (32848).
 

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The CT DOT freqs would be good to listen to too.

47.08000-Supervisors
47.10000-New Milford
47.12000-New Haven
47.30000-Norwich
47.32000-Misc use
47.38000-Rocky Hill
151.02500-Bases
151.11500-Bases
453.91250-Mobile Repeater
 

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Thanks guys. Demhs tg is lighting up now with a signal one in effect. Assume state of emergency. Hearing what might be a little enc on the above tg. How about fema. They siad that they're txing things from trailer to trailer. Lebenon has been having trouble with their itac/call radio with feedbsck. More later. Peace and be safe all.

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Skywarn

Current Activation Level - Standby

Activation Level

Expected to deploy at 16:00 EDT 8/27.

Connecticut Skywarn Frequencies:

REPEATER PAIR LOCATION & Area Served
146.535: Simplex CT Statewide Backup

146.790/146.190: Vernon Hartford/Tolland Counties CT PL 82.5 Hz****
147.000/147.600: Soapstone Hartford/Tolland Counties CT PL: 127.3 Hz
147.225/147.825: Killingly Windham County CT PL: 156.7 Hz
145.370/144.770: Torrington Litchfield County CT PL: 77.0 Hz. Part of KB1AEV system.
146.850/146.250: Torrington Litchfield County CT PL: 141.3 Hz. Part of PVRA system
146.775/146.175: Norwalk Fairfield County CT PL: 100.0 Hz
145.290/144.690: Killingworth Middlesex County CT PL:110.9 Hz.
147.505/146.505: West Haven New Haven County CT PL:77.0 1 MHz Offset
147.060/147.660: Salem New London County CT PL:156.7 Hz.

146.970/146.370: Waterford New London County CT PL 156.7 Hz

HF: 3.965Mhz, 3.973Mhz, 3.533Mhz


Mobile Communications:

Mobile Communications Units

More info at CT ARES Web Site

This is not a drill...

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Heard a user on UCALL saying the channel was being monitored.
453.2125 pl 156.7

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I have a question for KB1JHU.Are the five freqs listed on VHF Hi-band Network Are these for FEMA use Nationwide or are these just for use for your local Statewide Emergency Mangement Agency?
 
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