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C-Med Designations?

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Does anyone have the updated list of C-Med designations?.....i am looking for ASM and Campion and anyotherif anyone has them, thanks alot,
 

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This is the most updated that I have.

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Alpha		New Haven Fire 
Bravo		Ansonia 
Charlie		New Haven AMR 
Delta		Hamden 
Echo		West Haven 
Fox		Nelson Ambulance 
Gulf		Milford 
Hotel		Branford 
India		North Branford 
Juliet		Oxford 
Kilo		Derby 
Lima		Bethany 
Mike		North Haven 
November	AMR Valley
Oscar		Meriden Fire 
Papa		Hunters Ambulance 
Quebec	        East Haven 
Romeo		New Haven SHARPE Team 
Sierra		
Tango		Seymour 
Union		
Victor		Shelton (Echo HHL)
Whiskey	        Wallingford 
X-ray		Madison 
Yankee	        Guilford 
Zulu		VEMS Units (Paramedic Intercepts out of Griffin)
 

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This is what I got from the RR DB


155.34000 BM 203.5 PL Statewide Med Net FM
463.00000 468.00000 RM 192.8 PL Med 1 - Newton FM
463.02500 468.02500 BM 192.8 PL Med 2 - Sharen FM
463.02500 468.02500 BM 123.0 PL Med 2 - Trumbull FM
463.05000 468.05000 BM Med 3 FM
463.07500 468.07500 BM 123.0 PL Med 4 - Stamford FM
463.10000 468.10000 BM Med 5 FM
463.12500 468.12500 BM Med 6 FM
463.15000 468.15000 BM 192.8 PL Med 7 - New Milford FM
463.17500 468.17500 BM Med 8 FM
462.95000 467.95000 BM 192.8 PL Med 9 - Waterbury FM
462.95000 467.95000 BM 131.8 PL Med 9 - Eastern CT FM
462.95000 467.95000 BM 123.0 PL Med 9 - Bridgeport FM
462.97500 467.97500 BM 192.8 PL Med 10 - Danbury FM
462.97500 467.97500 BM 118.8 PL Med 10 - Hartford FM
462.97500 467.97500 BM 167.9 PL Med 10 - New Haven FM
462.97500 467.97500 BM 123.0 PL Med 10 - Norwalk FM
153.81500 KKV944 BM Office of Emergency Medical Service - Administration FM
 
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Im sorry, can you help me out here, I understand there are different frequencies for different areas, but whya are there 2 or 3 for each in the list dsviper22 posted? Also, Viper, you live around me, and obviously you listen to med reports, have you ever heard anything come off med 5 for L&M besides the nurse saying "go ahead"? I hear med 8 perfectly fine.
 
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I would really like to read that Cmed manual, but I cant open it, when i try to, it freezes my computer, maybe you could copy paste it into a post?

But If you go to the database, go under CT, and under Hartford, you get a list of the med frequencies not too far down the page, I dont understand the difference between the frequency and the "input" listed next to it. What is it?
 

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redfarrariowner,

The pdf manual is for Northcentral CMED, which covers the hartford county area. Your local CMED may have different procedures.

To answer your question, MED 5 might not be repeated while MED 8 is.
 

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The input is the frequency that field units transmit on. It goes into the repeater, and is retransmitted on the output frequency at a higher elevation/power. Field units listen on the output.
 
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So if I programmed both the input and output of the med channel, i might here more than just the hopital on med 5?
 

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It depends. It sounds like MED 5 might be a duplex operation, where the field unit is transmitting on the input frequency, and the hospital on the output. In this mode of operation, the repeater is turned off, but the hospital can hear the field unit because it has a tall antenna. If the field unit is near you (few miles), then you might be able to hear it on the input frequency. You're hearing the hospital reply because they transmit with more power from a tall antenna.

Hope this helps!
 

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redferrariowner said:
So if I programmed both the input and output of the med channel, i might here more than just the hopital on med 5?
If you want to listen to my scanner.. you can go to incidentbroadcast.com i provide the New London County feed on there. You can hear a lot of med traffic.. Most of the time you're only going to get Med-9 and Med-8 or Med-5.. havent really heard any of the others due to the med channels being region specific
 
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Ok, thanks guys, I'll try listening on the input and output transmission to see if it works better. I am only a couple miles from L&M, and I have a base antenna on my roof, about 60 feet up, and this part of Groton is a little higher than New London, but we'll see, thanks!
 

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KB1JHU said:
This is the most updated that I have.

Code:
Alpha		New Haven Fire 
Bravo		Ansonia 
Charlie		New Haven AMR 
Delta		Hamden 
Echo		West Haven 
Fox		Nelson Ambulance 
Gulf		Milford 
Hotel		Branford 
India		North Branford 
Juliet		Oxford 
Kilo		Derby 
Lima		Bethany 
Mike		North Haven 
November	AMR Valley
Oscar		Meriden Fire 
Papa		Hunters Ambulance 
Quebec	        East Haven 
Romeo		New Haven SHARPE Team 
Sierra		
Tango		Seymour 
Union		
Victor		Shelton (Echo HHL)
Whiskey	        Wallingford 
X-ray		Madison 
Yankee	        Guilford 
Zulu		VEMS Units (Paramedic Intercepts out of Griffin)

FOx is still Woodbridge, not Nelson, last I hear on MED 10 they still use for example "Nelson 758"
 
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