Mississippi State Fire Mutual Aid Channels

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I was wondering if anyone has any information on Mississippi’s State Fire Mutual Aid channels?
(SFMA1 - 154.16 is listed in the DB) however I’m aware that they are 4 channels. I am curious what the other 3 are.
 

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I believe that they now use MSWIN as they have talkgroups there now. They are listed under Mississippi Insurance Department.
 

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I believe that they now use MSWIN as they have talkgroups there now. They are listed under Mississippi Insurance Department.
I’m talking about the conventional vhf channels from counties that haven’t switched to MSWIN. I’ve confirmed they are in use from a buddy’s fire radio.
 

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I've been around the fire service in MS for 25+ years. 154.160 is the only Statewide channel I've ever known of. I've always wondered why it doesn't exist on MSWIN.

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I'll agree with flametamer.... 154.1600 MHz Simplex is the one and ONLY 'statewide fire' channel. Down on the coast, we also had a Coastwide fire mutual aid on 154.2800, but 154.160 is the only thing listed for the entire state.
 

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Statewide laws were :. 155.4750, 155.4900, 155.7300, 155.5950, 45.2200, 45.4600 and can't remember the 42mhz one.
 

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I've been around the fire service in MS for 25+ years. 154.160 is the only Statewide channel I've ever known of. I've always wondered why it doesn't exist on MSWIN.

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I wonder what the could be, the radio has “SFMA 1 - SFMA 4”
 

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Statewide Mutual Aid

Frequency License Type CH Description Mode
45.22000 KKL735 BM Statewide Lo Statewide Lo Band Law Enforcement FM
155.49000 KA5810 BM Statewide Hi Statewide Hi Band Law Enforcement FM
155.73000 KA5810 M Statewide C-2-C Statewide Hi Band Law Enforcement Car to Car FM
155.47500 KA75291 RM NLEEC Nationwide Law Enforcement FM
154.16000 KA2920 M SFMA-1 Statewide Fire Mutual Aid FM
154.26500 KA2920 M SFMA-2 Statewide Fire Mutual Aid FM
154.29500 KA2920 M SFMA-4 Statewide Fire Mutual Aid FM
154.28000 KA2920 M SFMA-3 Statewide Fire Mutual Aid FM
155.16000 KSK988 RM CDHN Statewide CD/EMA Hospital NET FM
155.34000 KSK988 B SERN Statewide ER NET FM
463.17500 MED 8 Statewide MED Net FM
 

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Statewide Mutual Aid

FrequencyLicenseTypeCHDescriptionMode
45.22000KKL735BMStatewide LoStatewide Lo Band Law EnforcementFM
155.49000KA5810BMStatewide HiStatewide Hi Band Law EnforcementFM
155.73000KA5810MStatewide C-2-CStatewide Hi Band Law Enforcement Car to CarFM
155.47500KA75291RMNLEECNationwide Law EnforcementFM
154.16000KA2920MSFMA-1Statewide Fire Mutual AidFM
154.26500KA2920MSFMA-2Statewide Fire Mutual AidFM
154.29500KA2920MSFMA-4Statewide Fire Mutual AidFM
154.28000KA2920MSFMA-3Statewide Fire Mutual AidFM
155.16000KSK988RMCDHNStatewide CD/EMA Hospital NETFM
155.34000KSK988BSERNStatewide ER NETFM
463.17500MED 8Statewide MED NetFM
Thank you! That hit the nail on head
 

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Yeah with MSWIN in full swing, not many watch the VHF unless specifically told it's in use.
 

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I know not too long ago I needed some assistance and keyed up on the statewide fire channel you are talking about and nobody responded..people don't monitor it
These channels are not on a repeater. I think they were put in use for fireground and on scene communications.
 

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They were all Conventional Simplex and Duplex (Base/Mobiles) for mutual aid. Every fire radio on VHF High had these in the plan back in the day. Every station radio had 154.1600 in it, though they may not have had the other 2. These were what you went to when you had to get multiple departments, especially out of county departments talking together on a incident. Came in handy on housefires, grassfires, forest fires, etc. Even MFC had them in the line up.
 

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They were all Conventional Simplex and Duplex (Base/Mobiles) for mutual aid. Every fire radio on VHF High had these in the plan back in the day. Every station radio had 154.1600 in it, though they may not have had the other 2. These were what you went to when you had to get multiple departments, especially out of county departments talking together on a incident. Came in handy on housefires, grassfires, forest fires, etc. Even MFC had them in the line up.
I guess with MSWIN in full swing they are slowly getting fazed out. Although here county and city fire is vhf still.
 
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