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Old 07-03-2016, 10:13 AM
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Does anybody know if they use radios and if they do do you know the frequencies
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Fireworks suppliers usually use event radios provided by the event so they can communicate with them for safety, coordination, etc.
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rockets on the river was using 464.550 tone 167.9 ,,, I think that's an itinerant freq
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I've seen 464.5500 [167.9] active several times at Nationals Park in DC for fireworks. I don't know what company does their fireworks.

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The fireworks crew we had this year were with in line of sight of each other so they didn't need any, although some of the canisters in the tubes were launched with a rf device of some sort. I didn't get a good look at it. 73, n9zas
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