CHP 700 MHz Extenders

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mlangeveld

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I'd like to start compiling a list of the frequency assignments for the new 700 MHz extenders. The only area that has completed rollout of the extenders is the Valley Division, but most other areas have a few CPVE-equipped vehicles (the new ones with the LED light bars) which should be putting out a 700 MHz extender channel. If people can monitor the frequencies below, and report back with name of their local CHP office and frequency heard, we can start adding them to the database. Each CHP channel color (i.e. white, green, etc.) should have a dedicated extender frequency.

VRS 01 - 769.16875
VRS 02 - 769.18125
VRS 03 - 769.19375
VRS 04 - 769.28175
VRS 05 - 769.41875
VRS 06 - 769.43125
VRS 07 - 769.44375
VRS 08 - 769.46875
VRS 09 - 769.66875
VRS 10 - 769.68125
VRS 11 - 769.69375
VRS 12 - 769.71875
VRS 13 - 769.91875
VRS 14 - 769.93125
VRS 15 - 769.94375
VRS 16 - 769.96875
 

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Valley hasn't completed, they've started.

Stockton office doesn't have any cars with VRS and neither do the Amador and Calaveras county offices. Tracy only has two cars with it installed.
 

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I am aware of the frequencies, but I am trying to start a list of which areas use which frequencies. So far this has only been done for the Valley Division.
From the DB...this is Inland Region...
769.18125 BM DAE NAC COP1 INL EXT Extender - COPPER-1 P25 Law Dispatch
 

kma371

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Why compile a list in a thread when they can just be submitted to the DB?
 

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The point of this thread is to make people aware of the frequencies so they can monitor them and figure out the primary VRS channel for their area. I have no preference as to whether people post them here or submit them to the database. However, if people WERE submitting their local frequencies, I suspect there would be more information in the database than there currently is...
 
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From the DB...this is Inland Region...
769.18125 BM DAE NAC COP1 INL EXT Extender - COPPER-1 P25 Law Dispatch
Each base/mobile pair should have a designated 700 VRS channel. We only have a few in the DB. The purpose of this thread is to compile a list of the channels for the ones we do not know; we're lacking a lot of them.
 

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I've heard VRS02 769.18125 w/ NAC DAE used several times in the Oceanside area repeating the TAN channel.
 

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Does anyone know if the 700 MHz station area extenders are supposed to be the same channel as the vehicle extenders?
 

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No the station base frequencies are separate from the vehicle extenders.

The planned station base frequencies (773/774.xxxx) are listed in the Db already.
 

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Since we're doing this here:

Baldwin Park - Southern Orange 2: VRS 9
Altadena - Southern Brown 2: VRS 6
Rancho Cucamonga - Inland Beige 1: VRS 4
 

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Ok guys. If you list the freqs in the thread that's fine, but please don't forget to submit to the DB. Myself or the other admins might not catch it if it gets lost in the thread.

Thanks.

Also to clarify for those that aren't aware, each color channel has TWO 700 freqs assigned. One for primary, one for car to car. I would assume the car to car ones wouldn't be used much now until more of thr system is implemented.
 
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Also to clarify for those that aren't aware, each color channel has TWO 700 freqs assigned. One for primary, one for car to car. I would assume the car to car ones wouldn't be used much now until more of thr system is implemented.
The alternate frequency is actually not for car-to-car. It is another zone in the radio with the same channel setup as primary, but it uses a different VRS frequency. Officers transmit car-to-car or car-to-station by using different NACs on the primary frequency.

As you said, the alternate frequencies are rarely used, so if people are hearing regular traffic on a VRS frequency I think it's safe to assume it's the primary.
 
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