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Louisville Metro (KY) EMS Frequency Changed

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I was recently in Louisville, and my 400 MHz EMS channels were silent. I know a paramedic up there and he told me that EMS had recently changed to 800 MHz frequencies and gone digital. I don't know when/if the rest of metro government will go digital. The PD/Fire channels worked fine.
 
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I was recently in Louisville, and my 400 MHz EMS channels were silent. I know a paramedic up there and he told me that EMS had recently changed to 800 MHz frequencies and gone digital. I don't know when/if the rest of metro government will go digital. The PD/Fire channels worked fine.
PD is switching now and FD is going in June. You can/will still hear FD/PD but EMS went encrypted.
 
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