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Old 09-18-2016, 8:21 PM
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Talking Rollinsford local now repeater

About 7;30 PM, someone kept keying up on Rollinsford local channel.. 156.195----136.5
They kept keying up and I noticed their signal got stronger..
Then they started doing radio checks and said the magic words-- Wanna test the repeater?
Then they started the typical transmissions of testing.
I also saw in the FCC database that their license was gone..
It also keeps insisting Somersworth is their dispatch..
I bet they do switch. Dover has too much going on to have another entity to worry about.
We"ll see...
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Old 09-18-2016, 11:10 PM
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jallfoss.fcc.gov/General_Menu_Reports/engineering_search_out.cfm?service_select=%25&acce ssible=NO&state_select=NH&county_select=All&begin_ freq=156.195&begin_freq_type=M&end_freq=&end_freq_ type=M&polar=B&radio_ch0=P&lat_ddd=&lat_ddd_cfform integer=Latitude+degrees+must+be+numeric.&lat_mm=& lat_mm_cfforminteger=Latitude+minutes+must+be+nume ric.&lat_ss=&lat_ss_cfformnumeric=Latitude+Seconds +must+be+numeric.&ns_radio_ch1=N&lon_ddd=&lon_ddd_ cfforminteger=Longitude+degrees+must+be+numeric.&l on_mm=&lon_mm_cfforminteger=Longitude+minutes+must +be+numeric.&lon_ss=&lon_SS_cfformnumeric=Longitud e+seconds+must+be+numeric.&ew_radio_ch1=W&radius=& Radius_cfformnumeric=Radius+must+be+numeric.&dista nce_type=&lat_ddd2=&lat_mm2=&lat_ss2=&ns_radio_ch2 =&lon_ddd2=&lon_mm2=&lon_ss2=&ew_radio_ch2=&sounde x_select=&wild_select=on&begin_grant_date=&end_gra nt_date=&begin_expiration_date=&end_expiration_dat e=&sortstring=%2C+lic_name%2C+file_num&limit_selec t=1
No mention of Rollinsford at all here
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I wonder if they got mobile repeater(s) in the fire trucks, I really don't think they can justify an actual repeater. The license is still there, too.
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It wasn't there when I entered the value of 156.195 only..
Site / Frequency / Market Search Results

Thats for the whole state--licensed and pending---156.195......
Well, I guess we'll find out in the near future..
they were using simplex the other day--cause they were at the ball field, right next door.
Must be a mobile repeater--I haven't seen any new towers over there yet..
Time will tell
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Old 10-06-2016, 6:07 PM
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Smile Rollinsford Fire vehicular repeaters

Rollinsford Fire has two mobile repeaters, one each in their front line pumper. They are tested regularly and used actively on occasion.
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Thank you--does that go for PD and DPW as well?
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Thank you--does that go for PD and DPW as well?
No, just used on occasion by the fire department.
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Old 10-11-2016, 6:56 PM
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As you say in NH--- 10-5, lol
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Old 01-04-2018, 3:49 PM
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Talking Rollinsford repeater

Looks like they are gonna put a repeater by the town dump
ULS Application - Public Safety Pool, Conventional - 0008041704 - Rollinsford, Town of
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Looks like they are gonna put a repeater by the town dump
ULS Application - Public Safety Pool, Conventional - 0008041704 - Rollinsford, Town of
Do you know if this has been built yet?
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I do not.. I believe it is going to be on the water tower. I'll try to get a look at it soon
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The repeater IS on the air, but not at the water tower (no antennas up yet). Not sure where it is. Garrison Hill?
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I know there is a new tower on Garrison Hill that I believe is owned by the city of Dover, I assumed Dover was moving their Fire/PD to that site? Hmmm Wonder if Rollinsford is there too.
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I know there is a new tower on Garrison Hill that I believe is owned by the city of Dover, I assumed Dover was moving their Fire/PD to that site? Hmmm Wonder if Rollinsford is there too.
Dover PD/FD is migrating to a networked simulcast system, with transmitters at the water tank on Long Hill Road, and the water treatment plant on Middle Road. The tower on Garrison Hill will be receive-only.
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As I was heading into Rollinsford yesterday, I heard the town cop say he had tree and wire's down, and to tone out the FD.. I quickly hit the signal stalker and went towards the arae in question. 2 minute's later, I caught 155.0625 PL 156.7 toning out the FD. It looks like Dover is using 155.0625 to tone out any Dover app, and Rollinsford FD op's.. It sounds like the DPW is still on 156.195 PL 136.5 somplex, aka " local "
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