New license grant to LA CO on 39 mhz

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ChrisE_STB

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Licence says County of Los Angeles.
1277 Eastern comes back to LA County SCC Sheriff Comm Center
1110 N Eastern Ave is the County ISD Radio Shop

Not at all does this have anything to do with LAFD or the City of Los Angeles Fire Department

I think you are reading into this a little much. The licence comes back to LA County ISD not the Fire Department

LOS ANGELES, COUNTY OF
1110 N EASTERN AVE
LOS ANGELES, CA 90063
ATTN GARY POON
 

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Not at all does this have anything to do with LAFD or the City of Los Angeles Fire Department

I think you are reading into this a little much. The licence comes back to LA County ISD not the Fire Department
You'd know better than I, I was going by control point 2 whose address is 1320 N EASTERN AVE, LOS ANGELES, LOS ANGELES, CA

Either way, just thought it was interesting that it was a new license in the 39 mhz band.
 

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That channel is being built out countywide by LARICS as the low band "LARTCS" interoperability channel. And all LACO, LASD, LACoFD and LARICS frequencies are licensed to LACO ISD.
 

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Other than CHP, good luck getting any dept's still on low band to reprogram their radios (i.e. Avalon). They don't do any programming - the chief just clones used handhelds and mobiles as he orders them. No frequency changes, no interop... just their stuff. Thank God they have a few HT1250 VHF's and a few dual band Wouxun's for interop (if ever needed). Then again, very small town, and they don't have the money for anything flashy.
 

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LA County Lifeguards have 4 or 5 low band channels that are still in use by their boats
I thought only Catalina Baywatch boats were the only ones still using low band. Everyone else uses V-14D, 15D, or 16D with the beach guards. Even the Catalina crews are waiting for a new repeater system on V-19 to be set up on TWR, BJM, Dakin, and BWA station to cover the whole island with a tac-channel. Who knows how long it will take ISD to complete, though.
 
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