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Input frequency

jjdalton

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Hello all. Where can I find An input frequency my work place allows personal radios if having an issue finding the input so I can transmit
 

FKimble

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I'd ask your company. Also ask what tone, if any, is used.

You can also search the FCC website for license info but don't think the tone info will be listed.

Frank.
 

jjdalton

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Ok. I do have the tone the input is the only one I can’t find and the one person at my place that has all the info is impossible to get a hold of.
 

jjdalton

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It’s not it’s a public safety frequency. I found the info I was looking for.
 

SteveC0625

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155.265 might be an ems, fire, local government, or similar use.

I manage the radios and FCC licenses for an EMS agency and our town. I have a vested interest in having every radio on our systems properly programmed and utilized. I have the final say on all gear used under our licenses.

it is inappropriate to ask on a hobby forum in place of dealing directly with your radio manger who will give you correct information so that your radio works on their system properly and does not cause Interference. Many systems have standards for personally owned radios so your radio manager may have information, advice, and possibly approval.

Talk to your radio manager for this info.
 

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And possibly the guy he asks will shrug his shoulders & say “I don’t know, we rent them from Joe’s Radio Rental. Buy the way, what’s an input frequency”.
 

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So he then talks to Joe's Radio Shop for the correct information and/or permission.

Not a Hobby web site/message board.
And possibly the guy he asks will shrug his shoulders & say “I don’t know, we rent them from Joe’s Radio Rental. Buy the way, what’s an input frequency”.
 
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