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Sussex County Fire/EMS UHF Frequencies

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Jan 17, 2013
I'm moving to Long Neck, Delaware within the next month and I wanted to see if the actual UHF frequencies that are listed for the Fire/EMS Departments and the Simulcast frequencies are still actually still being used. I understand they mostly operate on the Delaware State TRS but I wanted to program my analog only scanner but before I put all those channels in, I just wanted to see which channels are currently being used for simulcasting or fire ground use for the fire/ems departments. Thanks.
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