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Old 03-15-2017, 10:31 PM
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Default Gila National Forest New Comm System

The Gila NF will be operating a new communications configuration this year. I believe the system is already in place. Here are the new channels:

Rpt Out / Rpt In

171.1375/164.9375 Admin Net - Forest Wide, All Ranger Districts

169.9750/164.2875 Fire Net North - Quemado (D3), Glenwood (D4) and Reserve (D6) Ranger Districts

169.9000/164.1500 Fire Net South - Black Range (D2), Wilderness (D5) and Silver City (D7) Ranger Districts

This brings the Gila NF into compliance with the 2019 NTIA deadline for the federal government's VHF High new frequency allocation.


Admin Net Repeaters: Signal Peak, Jacks, Hillsboro, Black Mtn., Glenwood (Brushy) , Eagle Peak, Fox Mtn., Caballo

North Fire Net Repeaters: San Francisco Divide, Bearwallow, Eagle Peak, Fox Mtn., Luera Mtn.., Glenwood (Brushy), Mangus Mtn.

South Fire Net Repeaters: Signal Peak, Black Range. Caballo, Emory, Jacks, Lookout Mtn., Copperas, Mogollon


All into above except the repeater locations has been submitted to the database.

Last edited by Kendrick10423; 03-15-2017 at 10:41 PM.. Reason: Changed repeater information for more accuracy
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Analog or P25?
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Analog according to the 2017 guide.
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