Inyo County CA - 3/2018 list of freqs

zerg901

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These freqs and PLs from a March 2018 cdf list are not listed on the Inyo County page on Radio Ref at this time

Bishop FD Dispatch - 154.43 - PL 0.0

Inyo EMS 1 - 154.31 R - tones on input are 3, 4, 13, 14

Inyo EMS 2 - 154.3775 R - PL 0.0 - 159.00 input - tones on input are 3, 4, 13, 14

Bishop FD Tac - 154.145 - PL 0.0

Inyo Sheriff - Car to Car 1 - 155.535

Inyo Sheriff - Jail / Tac - 155.85

Inyo Sheriff Blue - 156.075

Inyo Sheriff Grey - 155.475

Bishop PD car to car - 155.01

Bishop PD Tac - 156.15
 

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As I stated on your other post, this is from the 2020 Radio load, not 2018. That date is when the group was last updated.
 

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These freqs and PLs from a March 2018 cdf list are not listed on the Inyo County page on Radio Ref at this time

Bishop FD Dispatch - 154.43 - PL 0.0

Inyo EMS 1 - 154.31 R - tones on input are 3, 4, 13, 14

Inyo EMS 2 - 154.3775 R - PL 0.0 - 159.00 input - tones on input are 3, 4, 13, 14

Bishop FD Tac - 154.145 - PL 0.0

Inyo Sheriff - Car to Car 1 - 155.535

Inyo Sheriff - Jail / Tac - 155.85

Inyo Sheriff Blue - 156.075

Inyo Sheriff Grey - 155.475

Bishop PD car to car - 155.01

Bishop PD Tac - 156.15
I just wrote a submission for Inyo County about 2 hours ago. I'm not sure I got all of these. I did a county license search and went through it extensively, comparing them with notes of mine. When the submission data is posted I will have to see if I included all of these. Bishop FD dispatch has a repeater on Silver Peak, northeast of Bishop.
 

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Here's what the Bishop Amateur Radio Club has on their website:

Local Scanner Information



Bishop PD
154.8750 - Bishop PD
155.0100 - Bishop PD used some times

Mammoth PD
-155.5950

Inyo County Fire
153.8750 - Fire Dispatch County Wide
154.3100 - EMSbr Dispatch County Wide
151.3550 - California Department of Forestry

BLM & USFS
166.3750 - BLM
168.1250 - USFS (Inyo National Forest)
170.5250 - USFS (Air Tankers)
Other Fire District
154.4300 - Bishop Disp Fire #1
154.3700- Independence
154.4000 - Olancha
153.7700 - Olancha
154.2200 - Big Pine

Inyo County Law Enforcement
154.7250 - Primary
155.5350 - Sheriff Car to Car
154.9200 - CLEMARS Car to Car
155.1600 - S&R, Inyo Sheriff
155.2200 - S&R, China Lake Mountain Rescue

 

es93546

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Here's what the Bishop Amateur Radio Club has on their website:

Local Scanner Information



Bishop PD
154.8750 - Bishop PD
155.0100 - Bishop PD used some times

Mammoth PD
-155.5950

Inyo County Fire
153.8750 - Fire Dispatch County Wide
154.3100 - EMSbr Dispatch County Wide
151.3550 - California Department of Forestry

BLM & USFS
166.3750 - BLM
168.1250 - USFS (Inyo National Forest)
170.5250 - USFS (Air Tankers)
Other Fire District
154.4300 - Bishop Disp Fire #1
154.3700- Independence
154.4000 - Olancha
153.7700 - Olancha
154.2200 - Big Pine

Inyo County Law Enforcement
154.7250 - Primary
155.5350 - Sheriff Car to Car
154.9200 - CLEMARS Car to Car
155.1600 - S&R, Inyo Sheriff
155.2200 - S&R, China Lake Mountain Rescue
That list has had errors on it since I became a ham in 1999 or 2000. I'm still a member of that club and for some reason have dragged my feet for 20 years in correcting it. Yup, it's all my fault! I've taken periodic scanning trips all over Inyo County, staying in Independence, Lone Pine, Furnace Creek, Shoshone and Tecopa just to listen to the scanner. It's been about 10 years since my last trip of this type. At one time I had the UHF link system for the Sheriff's system all figured out, but some changes have occurred so I didn't submit that info. I need to spend time in Independence to monitor the up and down links to Cerro Gordo. Some time east of Lone Pine to listen to up and downlinks between Cerro Gordo and Rogers. I'm fully vaccinated now, but I'm not going to be traveling until state and national statistics for Covid-19 improve drastically, so this fall is the earliest I can do that. There are some businesses I want to spend money at and hopefully they will survive until I can travel. The date ranch down south of Shoshone comes to mind as well as about 3 mom and pop motels.

There might be a change or two in Caltrans frequency use in Death Valley as well, at least the FCC database shows that. I need to confirm on the ground. I don't have to travel at all to figure out everything on Silver Peak, it all booms into me full quieting. I can even pick up some simplex traffic from Bishop. Who woulda thunk?

By the way, years ago we did a simplex 2 meter test between Mammoth Hospital and Northern Inyo Hospital. It was a little scratchy, but a good copy. I seem to remember someone trying simplex on 2 meters between Northern Inyo in Bishop and Southern Inyo Hospital in Lone Pine. I don't remember the results. For a number of reasons I haven't been an active ham in 10 years.
 
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That list has had errors on it since I became a ham in 1999 or 2000. I'm still a member of that club and for some reason have dragged my feet for 20 years in correcting it. Yup, it's all my fault! I've taken periodic scanning trips all over Inyo County, staying in Independence, Lone Pine, Furnace Creek, Shoshone and Tecopa just to listen to the scanner. It's been about 10 years since my last trip of this type. At one time I had the UHF link system for the Sheriff's system all figured out, but some changes have occurred so I didn't submit that info. I need to spend time in Independence to monitor the up and down links to Cerro Gordo. Some time east of Lone Pine to listen to up and downlinks between Cerro Gordo and Rogers. I'm fully vaccinated now, but I'm not going to be traveling until state and national statistics for Covid-19 improve drastically, so this fall is the earliest I can do that. There are some businesses I want to spend money at and hopefully they will survive until I can travel. The date ranch down south of Shoshone comes to mind as well as about 3 mom and pop motels.

There might be a change or two in Caltrans frequency use in Death Valley as well, at least the FCC database shows that. I need to confirm on the ground. I don't have to travel at all to figure out everything on Silver Peak, it all booms into me full quieting. I can even pick up some simplex traffic from Bishop. Who woulda thunk?

By the way, years ago we did a simplex 2 meter test between Mammoth Hospital and Northern Inyo Hospital. It was a little scratchy, but a good copy. I seem to remember someone trying simplex on 2 meters between Northern Inyo in Bishop and Southern Inyo Hospital in Lone Pine. I don't remember the results. For a number of reasons I haven't been an active ham in 10 years.
I’m down in Independence monitoring if there’s anyway I can help let me know?
 

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I’m down in Independence monitoring if there’s anyway I can help let me know?
When I have some time I will post what I know about the UHF linking system the Sheriff's department has. You will be able to listen to about 4 frequencies, the uplinks and downlinks for Cerro Gordo, Rogers and the El Paso and Tecopa repeaters. Tone scanning will be required as the links carry the tones to enable repeater selection. I also need to drive to the west boundary of the park where I should be able to receive the links between Cerro Gordo and Rogers from the same location. When I get time I will post what I have.
 
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