New UHF Radio Plan for QV

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awasser1

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if you go to QV facebook page (spell out the whole system name) and and the question there. They are pretty nice in answering such questions. The chief Dispatcher John usually will get back to you quickly

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AoX8tpb0l73sdFZMWU96eDVfV3dzYjE4LTNKTG95TFE&hl=en_US

There might be some updates here for the Radio Ref database - I see that the UHF repeaters seem to have common PLs on the outputs

Speaking of which - what do 460.60 and 453.375 primarily get used for?

Do most agencys in the system typically have UHF portables and low band mobiles?
 

w1kne

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QV is short for Quinebaug Valley, the area of Northeast CT extending between RI and central Mass.
It's a regional dispatch center.

I've heard fire dispatching on 460.6000, the PL escapes me at the moment, as it's different than Cranston's (186.2).
 
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