Any updates to central Floridas Medevac Freqs?

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tampatracker

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I was looking through all the threads that came up when I entered Bayflight and then Aeromed into the search box upper right. They are all quite dated and the list I put together is : Bayflite 3 (Port Richey) - 461.962500 Auto Search
Bayflite 4 (Dade City Repeater - 150.860000 Auto Search
Bayflight Oldsmar - 463.450000 CTCSS 192.8Hz E
Aeromed - 461.525000 CTCSS 141.3Hz
Bayflight 2 Sarasota - 451.100000 Auto CTCSS 192.8Hz
Bayflight to Bayonet Pt. - 463.012500 CTCSS 156.7Hz
LifeLine (Pinellas County) - 464.000000 Auto Search The last one, Life line, is supposedly affiliated with All Childrens Hospital. So if anyone knows of any new or amended ones please post them. Cheer's, T.T.
 

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On the Pinellas P25 TRS:
702 BAYFLITE-A
704 BAYFLITE-B (Dispatch, Alpha is back-up, according to a Bayflite3-St.Joe's paramedic I talked to yesterday at Touch-A-Truck Largo)
710 LIFELINE-A (pediatric)
712 LIFELINE-B

LifeLine UHF: 464.000 DCS 624

Bayflite2 Sarasota: 451.500 CTCSS 192.8
 
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Anyone know if Aeromed uses the 461.525 UHF frequency in Charlotte county? I have it in the scanner, but haven't heard anything yet.

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Aeromed and Bayflite will both operate off of their trunking talkgroups before changing over the the UHF repeaters primarily due to coverage issues. A counties trunked system is accessible from across the state once the aircraft is airborne. I am not familiar with Aeromed's current aircraft vendor, but Bayflite (AirMethods) uses voip back to their dispatch center in Omaha on many talkgroups and conventional UHF repeaters. Im aware of installed patches between trunked talkgroups and conventional freqs and well as voip adapter that call home inside a VPN back to their dispatch consoles. I want to say they used/use Telex IP223 adapters (maybe IP224 as that is current).
 
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