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hi ..i'm trying to find the air ambulance freq.for ontario,,,i looked up the ones listed in the site guide for the ministry of health,,,but there not active,,,( or i didn't program them correctly ) any help would be appreciated,,,
 

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413.6875/418.6875Mhz are the repeaters. If you are not in range of the repeater output, try the input on 418.6875Mhz.

129.2750Mhz is generally used by the fixed wing aircraft doing long range transports.

Onscene communications are usually on 150.100Mhz.

They also have sat phones.

The frequencies listed in the database are correct and confirmed.
 
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I've actually heard my local CACC operating on this frequency talking to the chopper, so apparently not only do the fixed wing use this frequency.

Yeah, I know, I thought it was weird to hear them on there too.

Mike_Oxlong said:
http://www.radioreference.com/modules.php?name=RR&aid=575

129.2750Mhz is generally used by the fixed wing aircraft doing long range transports.
communications are usually on 150.100Mhz.
 
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