8CALL/TAC and FLMA in Palm Beach/Broward/Dade...

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Signal-Zero

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Taking a trip down south and was going to do a little non-trunked scanning to go along with my trunked listening. I was wondering how much these systems were still in use in the above counties and to what extent? I remember when Intercity was used between agencies in Dade County to contact each other, but with everything trunked now is their a common talkgroup used instead (such as LE-CALL on the PBC TRS)? For example, if Boca PD wants to contact PBSO, are they using a trunked channel or the MA-CALL conventional repeater? How does Broward talk to Palm Beach, Broward to Miami-Dade?

Florida Mutual Aid Repeater (MA-CALL) 853.3875 PL 210.7
8CALL90 - 851.0125 PL 156.7
8TAC91 - 851.5125 PL 156.7
8TAC92 - 852.0125 PL 156.7
8TAC93 - 852.5125 PL 156.7
8TAC94 - 853.0125 PL 156.7
INTERCITY - 155.370 PL 103.5
 

kenwoodman

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As far as I know, some of them are active around the state. I know that Orange County uses 155.370 alot between other counties, so I am sure that Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach use ether that, 154.950, or the 800 Mhz mutual aid repeaters that are located on the state towers that are for SLERS. However those are not the right 800 Mhz freqs for the mutual aid repeaters. The right ones are located here on the Florida DMS website. Mutual Aid Component/Frequency Allaocations / Mutual Aid / FIN media / Public Sfty Radio Media / Ent Public Sfty Media / CITS Media / Media - DMS
 

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Don't forget MA-FLA, almost every mutual aid exercise that I take part in around the State uses MA-FLA because the rules are much more relaxed vs. the ITACs and ICALLs. MA-FLA is 854.6375, pl varies in my experience. TT
 

Signal-Zero

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I didn't realize the MA-FLA frequency rebanded to 854.6375. Are there any repeaters still using 853.3875 or did the entire state make the switch?

Also, the 866-868 frequencies are pre-reband.
 

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State-wide MA-FLA moved in the first rebanding phase (pre-NPSPAC).
 
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