Allen County DB Update

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radioscan

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I've been going through the Ohio DB doing some year end housekeeping, and what not. For Allen County we need to know the status of the 800 MHz Fire TACs that are listed. Those frequencies should no longer be valid now that 800 MHz rebanding has been long completed.

866.17500 M CSQ FG-1 County fireground (used as needed) FM Fire-Tac
866.53750 M CSQ FG-2 County fireground (used as needed) FM Fire-Tac
867.31250 M CSQ FG-3 County fireground (used as needed) FM Fire-Tac
868.31250 M CSQ FG-4 County fireground (used as needed) FM Fire-Tac
868.57500 M CSQ FG-5 County fireground (used as needed) FM Fire-Tac



Can anyone advise the use of these? Have they shifted 15 MHz lower?

Thanks all for helping keep the Ohio section of the database the most accurate.

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These fireground channels are usually only used by a couple of departments and usually only in areas where they don't have good coverage in buildings. Unfortunately those locatations are too far for me to hear at my locations. I have heard them switch to fireground channels in the past week or two, so I do know they still have them in their radios post rebanding. I just don't know what the frequencies are.

Mike
 

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Aren't those mobile simplex frequencies? I could be wrong (and I probably am) but I thought rebanding only applied to trunked frequencies.

Rebanding applied to the 861-869 MHz spectrum regardless of designation type. All of the NPSPAC frequencies were rebanded as well.
 
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