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Rural Metro EMS Indiana

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In what area of Indiana are you wanting? R/M is not just in Indy

They use
155.160
155.325
in the Louisville, Ky - Southern Indiana area

and
155.235 in Indy

AFAIK these are all simplex. They have never used a repeater in Southern Indiana.
 
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Rural/Metro in Central Indiana is 155.235 MHz, DPL 412, callsign KRR913. It is simplex from base to truck, however some trucks have mobile repeaters in them that cross-band from VHF to UHF for the portables they carry, and vice-versa so they can use their higher-powered VHF mobile remotely from their UHF portable when out of the truck. This is like the mobile extenders ISP used to have back when they were on VHF low-band.

Generally, the mobile repeaters are low-powered on the UHF side, and they have varying frequencies and PL/DPL, none of which I know offhand. Also, when monitoring on a scanner with a back-of-set antenna, you will usually not hear the mobiles unless they are within a few miles of your location.
 
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Medic31842 said:
In what area of Indiana are you wanting? R/M is not just in Indy

They use
155.160
155.325
in the Louisville, Ky - Southern Indiana area

and
155.235 in Indy

AFAIK these are all simplex. They have never used a repeater in Southern Indiana.
Do you have any PL or DPL tones for those 2 frequencies?
 
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indiana1983 said:
Look under Johnson County Indiana. There is a list of Rural Metro Frequencies with the PL tones?
I know what's on the Rural Metro link under Johnson County. I submitted those to Radioreference. Read my post above again, and maybe then you will understand my question.
 
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I do not know their DPL tones and they have recently changed PL tones. I havent had the time to monitor them to obtain their new ones.
 
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