Babylon Central Fire Alarm UHF

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newsnick175

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I just heard the carrier on while there was activity on 46.46. It seams to be linked in some way with it. As if it's intended to be a cross band repeater but the audio isn't pached in.
 

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According to the freq list i have from 10/25/2011 it shows that BABYLON CENTRAL--471.1250--(132) is Xband to 46.460 and 472.3750--(132) is X-Band to 46.340

also freq 453.0875 (88.5) is the 46.460 low band to hi band freq
 

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Babylon Central Fire Alarm

472.125 D 132 X- 46.46 work's
472.300 ?
472.375 94.8 pl all town Ems to 1-0-0 work's

453.1125 D 466 X- 46.34
453.0875 ? was X - 46.46 ?

453.1625 94.8 pl E.Farmingdale to 46.34

479.825 D 466 Lindenhurst X- 46.34
 

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Theres different listings and multiple listings for the x band repeaters between here and w2lie.

Can someone post the actual list of the xband freqs, who they are assigned to, and what freq they repeat? Below is whats listed on both sites..


472.1250 Babylon Central Fire Alarm - 46.46 X-Band 132 w2lie

472.3000 Babylon Central Fire Alarm 132 w2lie no listing on rr.com

453.11250 Babylon Central Fire Alarm - 1st Division 466 DPL w2lie and rr.com

453.0875 Babylon Central Fire Alarm - Crossband 88.5 w2lie and rr.com

453.1625 46.46 X-band 94.8 w2lie
453.1625 East Farmingdale Mobile Ch1 94.8 w2lie
453.1625 East Farmingdale Crossband Repeater to 46.460/46.340 rr.com

479.8250 46.34 X-Band Repeater 466 w2lie and rr.com
 
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472.1250 Babylon Central Fire Alarm - 46.46 X-Band 132 w2lie this work's

472.3000 Babylon Central Fire Alarm 132 w2lie no listing on rr.com nothing on this freq right now !

453.11250 Babylon Central Fire Alarm - 1st Division 466 DPL w2lie and rr.com this work's for deer park area plus !

453.0875 Babylon Central Fire Alarm - 46.46 Crossband 88.5 w2lie and rr.com not on the air right now unless your in deer park area !

453.1625 46.46 X-band 94.8 w2lie
453.1625 East Farmingdale Mobile Ch1 94.8 w2lie
458.1625 East Farmingdale Crossband Repeater to 46.460/46.340 rr.com

479.8250 46.34 X-Band Repeater 466 w2lie and rr.com Lindenhurst Fd 46.34 X band repeater !


that's my list updated in my BC 346 XT Scanner
 

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The East Farmingdale channels are constant carrier up and down links from their low band transmitter on top of the water tank next to Adventure Land. Directional antenns and low power. They operate on their 482 mhz channels. The 453 mhz BCFA channels were set up to handle low band dead spots in the Deer Park district [1-4-0].
 
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What is of the essence here is that for sixty or more years the FDs in Babylon have used 46.34 as there primary comm freq. and that is now changing. I think BCFA should be proud of how they managed all but 2 of the towns' departments radio traffic since I can remember.
 

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It might help if folks used the same terminology that the FCC uses

FB2 - a repeater - at a fixed location

MO3 - a repeater mounted on a vehicle - not at a fixed location

FX0 - link

FX2 - link from a fixed location to a FB2 - (maybe - not positive about this definition - I dont know if the FCC is positive about the definition either)

It sounds as if most of these listings are low power FB2
 

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Its just too many variations of the same info. Was hoping for specific list for these x band/cross-band repeaters..
 
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