Alamance County fire ground communications.

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What do Alamance County Fire Depts. Use for fireground communications? I have all the OPS tgids for the county, but seems they are using something else. Any insight would be helpful.
 

overtheair

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Could be using a mutual aid group on viper or one of their tactical channels or is that what you were referring to OPS
 

overtheair

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I am not sure, best bet is to contact one of the fire departments and see if they will tell you. They do have 5 lower band tac channels that are apparently 3 simplex and 2 through a repeater, they could be using those. I am just throwing that out there
 

BigLebowski

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Alamance County uses 700mhz direct for many on-scene ops. Several agencies share 769.00625, 769.01875, 769.03125, and 769.04375 with various NAC's.
 

N1GAW

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Alamance County uses 700mhz direct for many on-scene ops. Several agencies share 769.00625, 769.01875, 769.03125, and 769.04375 with various NAC's.
The Direct channels @BigLebowski listed are authorized for use by all counties. NAC is supposed to change by county, but doesn't always happen. They are simplex channels so you need to be within a mile or so to hear them.
 
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