Fdny Uhf Radio Alert!!!!!!!!!

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ICP114

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Hi

well the time has arrived today i heard the Bron FDNY radio simul on UHF.

heres the details. freq 482.23125--pl tone 85.4. analog conventional

my thinking is the new radio system will be non digital, analog only and conventional non-trunked

any feed back????
 

ICP114

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I have been monitoring this freq. it is cw fdny 154.43 simul to uhf
 
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You've made two contradictory reports. Which frequency are you actually hearing being simulcast? And are you sure it's really on that .00625 spacing?
 

ICP114

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Fdny

It is citywide fdny not the BX. the units from the Bx switched to the cw today. it is the 154-430. and retransmitted on 482-23125
 

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DaveNF2G said:
You've made two contradictory reports. Which frequency are you actually hearing being simulcast? And are you sure it's really on that .00625 spacing?
I'm getting it on 482.225
 

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The channels are not spaced at .00625, they are centered at .00625. The system will be analog conventional at 25 kHz. FDNY & EMS operations will not be on the UHF trunked system. System will be 10 simulcast analog TX sites with a constellation of addtional receivers.

Most scanners can't discriminate .00625 spacing. If you type in a frequency within 12.5 kHz of the actual channel center on most scanners, you'll pick it up just fine.
 

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Does anyone have a update on this UHF move, as far as what the other 4 freqs will be?
 

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Here is the entire list..
This is suppose to be for 2 CW's for Fire and 2 for EMS. 1 for each fire boro and then the EMS stuff.

http://www.concepts2ops.com/Channel 16 Presentation APCO.pdf

482.00625
482.01875
482.03125
482.04375
482.10625
482.16875
482.21875
482.23125
482.24375
482.30625
482.35625
482.50625
482.51875
482.75625
482.76875
482.98125
483.21875
483.28125
483.29375
483.38125
 

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stupid question maybe? sorry to ask but how would you input the frequeinces in , would you put
Ex: 482.10625 and leave the 5 off ? how it wont take it all
 

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Enter it and the scanner should round it off. There are not too many consumer grade scanners that will know the difference.
 

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Is anyone there actually hearing any of the boro's or citywide on the UHF freqs?

I have someone at FDNY communications denying that they are using any UHF for boro or cw.

It's all well and good that we have freqs but is the acutal move in progress?
 

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Fdny

I heard fdny cw on my initial post. since then it is dead. i heard key ups on the freq 482.23125
with a pl of 85.4

the 482-04375 is DOC confirmed
 

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guess it's just a matter of time now, hopefully it will move to UHF soon. Thanks for the updates
 

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Is this new system going to be a trunked system or conventional system?
 

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LukeB said:
Is this new system going to be a trunked system or conventional system?
Unless something changed, that was answered above.

CloroxCowboy said:
The channels are not spaced at .00625, they are centered at .00625. The system will be analog conventional at 25 kHz.
 

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Since the date of cowboys reply, I have heard differently. I heard that it was going to be a trunked system, even for the handie talkies. I don't really see how that is possible but I wanted to get verification about the system being trunked or conventional.

A lot of the specs i've seen were for conventional dispatch channels but I heard someone mention something about a trunked FDNY system, which has me all confused.
 
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There is a lot of false information floating around about FDNY radio. There seem to be several people who are pushing their own wishful thinking and don't really know what they are talking about.

Pay attention to pro92b, SCANdal, and Frank Raffa (can't remember his screen name), and maybe one or two others who are actually in the know. Anyone who contradicts any of them - unless they have genuine credentials - is full of it.
 

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ICP114 said:
I heard fdny cw on my initial post. since then it is dead. i heard key ups on the freq 482.23125
with a pl of 85.4

the 482-04375 is DOC confirmed

For several hours yesterday I was receiving Manhattan Fire on 482.10625 with a PL of 74.4

I will continue to monitor and report any updates.
 
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