CHP freqs Peavine Mtn. near Reno

petnrdx

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Anybody know if these are still used at Peavine?
42.88
45.60
42.22
44.98
42.76
42.08
If those are not in use, what is?
 

carlt

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42.88 & 45.60 are shown for Truckee. The others are not in Valley Div. Does not mean that they don't have antennas on Peavine Mtn.
 

markclark

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Susanville, Amber and Blue North are used, Chico, Gray and Valley Blue are used. I once, and only once, heard Susanville use Amber-3.
 

petnrdx

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Peavine would be one of the few places that would have good coverage on 80 along by Floriston and Farad.
And I don't know the names. I read 42.76 / 42.08 as Amber 2 North. Is that correct?
I took those freqs directly off the combiners at Peavine a few years ago.
The "naming convention" confuses me. And the MANY references on the internet are conflicting.
I would like to get the freqs for the mountain top stations closest to Reno.
Peavine, Beckwourth and whatever they are using in Truckee or the north Tahoe area.
 

markclark

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Go to the California database and look up Valley and Northern Divisions. I don't use PL tones but here are the frequencies:

Susanville - Amber 42.08 (B), 42.76 (M), Amber-3 45.1 ( I've only heard once as a test). 44.98 Blue North.

Chico - Gray 45.6 (B), 42.88 (M) Blue Valley 44.84. Chico dispatches Truckee. Some of the Gray sites are repeated, some are not, such as Peavine - not repeated. Amber not repeated either.

Note the alternate channel designations such as Blue 1, 2, 3 etc. have been dropped; the channels are now referred to as the color only. Areas in transition used alternate alternate channel designations temporarily for the cutover to the new channels.
 
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