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Old 06-17-2017, 7:10 PM
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Their main freq has been off the air for two weeks now. (Using Admin in its place) Sounds like they have been
busy programing repeaters and radios. Supposed to be back up Monday. I am hearing the new input for their
Ch 1, fire net. Anyone else have any more info?
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What are you hearing ??
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Their main freq has been off the air for two weeks now. (Using Admin in its place) Sounds like they have been
busy programing repeaters and radios. Supposed to be back up Monday. I am hearing the new input for their
Ch 1, fire net. Anyone else have any more info?
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Old 06-17-2017, 10:22 PM
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SOS Bill.
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ie: Post the input Freq/tone
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It's all in the DB and Wiki.
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when one talks about frequencies, it is helpful to actually list them
as the RRDB and Wiki are not always in-synch and/or actually Over-The-Air validated.

Sadly there are still Data Dumps
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