Faith Regional Medical Center Norfolk

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I have yet to find any type of Ambulance-Hospital comms. I do recall around 2010 they were using 39.82 for a while, then the traffic just vanished. I have done a band scan on the UHF Med channels, e.g
Med 1-10 even the legacy low band frequencies, nothing. Am I missing something here?
 

tyytor

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I have yet to find any type of Ambulance-Hospital comms. I do recall around 2010 they were using 39.82 for a while, then the traffic just vanished. I have done a band scan on the UHF Med channels, e.g
Med 1-10 even the legacy low band frequencies, nothing. Am I missing something here?
Hi I have not been though there for a while so not sure how accurate,
according to the fcc.gov site you might try these licences,
Wpzv828 462.500
Wqau339 461.5875
Wqej900 462.1875, 462.5125
Wqfl781 451.325, 462.525
Wqmp951 155.340
Wrfa422 451.2375, 451.4375, 451.5375,
Also not sure the modes analog or digital, hope some are good, please let us know.
 
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tvengr

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I would eliminate 2 sets of frequencies. WQEJ422 is licensed for 4 watts. WRFA422 is licensed for 2 watts. They are probably handhelds used within the hospital.
 

tyytor

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I would eliminate 2 sets of frequencies. WQEJ422 is licensed for 4 watts. WRFA422 is licensed for 2 watts. They are probably handhelds used within the hospital.
Hi I noticed that but I don't trust that, I don't point fingers and tell, one licence i know of said low power (10 watts) and after over 8 years they are sending 100 watts out the stick😁 may be a typo?
 
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