New Streaming Audio Receiver on Mountain, But What Frequency?

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freddaniel

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I have access to Pleasants Peak, in the mountains south of Corona. The facility is a shared communications site at 3,885 feet elevation, with almost no receiver noise. See Google Maps location of “33.798514,-117.62303” or go to Pleasants Peak

I will be placing one or more streaming audio receivers at the site for RR Live Audio. I think the CHP dispatch and mobile response channels in metro Orange, and Riverside counties would be a good fit. However, I really do not know what are the most preferred frequencies, for listening.

Someone must have a better idea?
 

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How about a feed for Riverside County Fire that covers the north/west area of the county. Support 5 and RVC Tacs are all simplex so that would be an awesome location! Another good one would be Riverside PD and Fire. I use to run this feed last year and I know there is still high demand for it to return.

Or how about a few ProScan controlled radios that can be remotely operated and monitor any frequency :)

Look forward to seeing it!
 

scottbailey

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How about a GMRS repeater with a community tone panel :D

Oh - receiver - I would actually second the thought of remotely controllable receivers. If you have access to the site, I'd be willing to bet you could find some donated equipment for community use.
 

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My suggestion is to add the Cleveland National Forest. You could either include just the "Forest Net," or both the Forest Net and Admin Net. From Pleasant Peak I believe every repeater on the Forest could be received or at least more than anyone could receive with a receiver located on the flat lands.
 

inigo88

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My suggestion is to add the Cleveland National Forest. You could either include just the "Forest Net," or both the Forest Net and Admin Net. From Pleasant Peak I believe every repeater on the Forest could be received or at least more than anyone could receive with a receiver located on the flat lands.
Why not the P25 Law Net too? :)

My vote would also be for an aviation/milair feed. You can get a LOT of Socal TRACON sectors from there I bet.
 
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