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Seyind

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I live in Jackson County, Indiana. I am wondering how to find my local emergency frequencies and thier tone code, I am having problems with my radio. I am picking up unwanted noises. The following are the current frequencies and tones that I have. I would like to know if anybody can tell if these are correct. I hope someone can help me,


Thanks.

Description Rec. Freq. Tone TX Freq. Tone
Seymour Police 155.250 015 155.250 015
Seymour Fire 154.175 015 154.175 015
Jackson C. Amb. 155.160 015 153.920 015
Jackson C. Fire 154.205 029 150.805 029
Jackson C. Sheriff 154.815 006 154.815 006
Civil Defense 155.025 000 155.025 009
County Highway 159.180 006 159.180 000
 

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Seyind said:
Hello,
I live in Jackson County, Indiana. I am wondering how to find my local emergency frequencies and thier tone code, I am having problems with my radio. I am picking up unwanted noises. The following are the current frequencies and tones that I have.
Those are Wilson/RELM radio tone codes, they must be converted to CTCSS and then programmed. Do a search on RELM MVP32 programing and codes and it will give you the CTCSS codes. Or just use the ones off of RR which are correct.

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Frequencies

Yes, I have tried that but no luck. I am wondering how to convert those tones to CTCSS.
 

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Seyind said:
Yes, I have tried that but no luck. I am wondering how to convert those tones to CTCSS.
CTCSS tone code table
000 no tone 021 136.5
001 67.0 022 141.3
002 71.9 023 146.2
003 74.4 024 151.4
004 77.0 025 156.7
005 79.7 026 162.2
006 82.5 027 167.9
007 85.4 028 173.8
008 88.5 029 179.9
009 91.5 030 186.2
010 94.8 031 192.8
011 97.4 032 203.5
012 100.0 033 210.7
013 103.5 034 218.8
014 107.2 035 225.7
015 110.9 036 233.6
016 114.8 037 241.8
017 118.8 038 250.3
018 123.0 039 69.4
019 127.3
020 131.8
 

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Frequencies Jackson County

Yes, Does anybody know the Transmit Frequencies and CTCSS tones for Jackson . I am looking for The Recieve/Transmit Frequencies plus the CTCSS tones for each of the following. I think the following Recieve frequencies are correct. I don't understand the radio reference frequency list for Jackson County. I don't know what to program and how it show go. Any help would really be apprecaited. Thanks

Jackson County Sheriff
Rx: 154.815 CTCSS: Tx: CTCSS:

Jackson County Fire
Rx: 154.205 CTCSS: Tx: CTCSS:

Jackson County EMS
Rx: 155.160 CTCSS: Tx: CTCSS:

Seymour City Police
Rx: 155.250 CTCSS: Tx: CTCSS:

Seymour City Fire
Rx: 154.175 CTCSS: Tx: CTCSS:

Jackson County Highway
Rx: 159.180 CTCSS: Tx: CTCSS:

Bartholomew County Fire
Rx: 154.310 CTCSS: Tx: CTCSS:
 

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Question Radio Reference updated Jackson County today I guess. I just noticed it. It there a way anybody can tell me what order this go in. I gues my question is where it says type BM means Base to mobile, is it meaning the transmit frequency is the same as the recieve frequency and also what order does the CTCSS tones go. Are they 000 for No Tone then the CTCSS tone or CTCSS tone and then 000 for No Tone or enter both the CTCSS tone for both transmit and recieve. I also would like to know if Jackson County does have a talkaround channels for both fire and EMS.
 

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Seyind said:
Question Radio Reference updated Jackson County today I guess. I just noticed it. It there a way anybody can tell me what order this go in. I gues my question is where it says type BM means Base to mobile, is it meaning the transmit frequency is the same as the recieve frequency and also what order does the CTCSS tones go. Are they 000 for No Tone then the CTCSS tone or CTCSS tone and then 000 for No Tone or enter both the CTCSS tone for both transmit and recieve. I also would like to know if Jackson County does have a talkaround channels for both fire and EMS.
Put in the Receive frequencies, that is all you need for Jackson co, in fact you don't even need the CTCSS tones to listen.
Now if you are trying to program a potable radio, I suggest contacting a local radio dealer, Deputy Electronics or Owens communications.

And the chief official of departments will have the necessary information.

But for scanners all you need is the receive frequencies.

AL
 

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Frequencies

I am needing to program my portable radio. I know how to program my radio but don't know the exact frequency and tones. Can anybody help me with the Frequencies and tones. I can do it all my self but I just need to know the order of the frequencies and tones. Thanks
 

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madison county fire department 2 tone fire frequencies

i am looking for the tone sounds for madison county fire depsrtments like 315.5 tone a and 716.9 tone b can anybody help me?
 
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