Bryan is correct on all counts. Based upon that fact alone, I do not think these channels are going to be part of CAL FIRE's standard channel lineup for fire operations. They are already imbedded statewide with multiple agencies as EMS channels. I would suspect they will be earmarked for some sort of EMS interop...just my .02155.1750, 155.2050, and 155.2200 are licensed to several ambulance companies, schools and the State of California Office of Emergency Services for statewide EMS operations. 156.2950 is not licensed to anyone in California.
I monitor this freq, all the time, never hear police activity...155. 2050 has a lot of activity on it here in Palm Springs, but it doesn't sound like Ambulance Traffic. More like Police Traffic, but as all the PSPD traffic out here is encrypted, that is somewhat impossible.
Except for 155.3400 mHz, which is V-MED 28 out of National Interoperability Scanner Frequencies and Radio Frequency Reference, you're listing SAR frequencies out of the National Interoperability Field Operations Guide.The FCC approved a modification to KNCE436 on 6/17/14 to increase the number of temp base stations (now 10) and mobiles (from 40 to 10,000) and add frequencies 155.175, 155.205, 155.220, 155.235, 155.265, & 155.295 to the existing 155.160, 155.280, and 155.340. [I believe the "156.295" listing was a typo on NAPCO's part.]...
Interoperability frequencies are generally used for interoperabilityExcept for 155.3400 mHz, which is V-MED 28 out of National Interoperability Scanner Frequencies and Radio Frequency Reference, you're listing SAR frequencies out of the National Interoperability Field Operations Guide.
Wonder what they're doing with SAR freqs... ?