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Old 10-30-2013, 8:53 PM
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Anyone know if there's a tone # (DPL) for the Fish & Wildlife frequency 159.4050 in Washington County?

I've been searching but no luck so far...

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Anyone know if there's a tone # (DPL) for the Fish & Wildlife frequency 159.4050 in Washington County?

I've been searching but no luck so far...

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Old 10-31-2013, 8:34 AM
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Thanks Bill but I have those already, they're in the RR database.
If you were to check the map, you'll see that those are located all around me, Washington County, with the closest one being Killington.

I didn't know if there was an actual frequency with a tone for my immediate area.

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Those are the only seven licensed repeater sites

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Thanks Bill but I have those already, they're in the RR database.
If you were to check the map, you'll see that those are located all around me, Washington County, with the closest one being Killington.

I didn't know if there was an actual frequency with a tone for my immediate area.

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With the use of cell phones, and the F&W trucks having UHF radios on the VSP system as well, there's little need for any additional VHF repeaters. Most law enforcement duties that they call in happen on the regional trooper frequencies
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