Northglenn Ambulance Dispatch freqs.

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natedawg1604

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Does Northglenn Ambulance still have a dispatcher, and if so, which conventional frequencies are they still using?

Recently I've been trying to find the UFH frequencies used by Northglenn Ambulance. I hear them all the time on Green 1 for Denver calls, but I didn't bother to scan their UHF freqs. until recently. However, so far I've heard zero traffic on any UHF channel. The current RR listing shows they previously used 453.70000/ 203.5 PL, but the Adcom FCC license for that frequency (WPDU888) was cancelled on 6/25/2013 and the frequency doesn't seem to be active. Moreover that was Adcom's dispatch channel so presumably it wouldn't have been used for "company" dispatch traffic in any event.

Northglenn Ambulance still has an active FCC license for three of their own frequencies, but so far I've picked up nothing from those. Moreover one of these frequencies, 462.1625, is also the CC for United Power's Motorbo system so it is VERY annoying to scan without a known PL tone or DCS code...

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my wife and I work across the street . years ago 466.9375 and the 467 frequency were used. 453.700 was used by thornton fire dispatch. I haven't heard NGA on uhf for a long time.
 

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Maybe they have gone to Pager/Text Messaging like our ambulance and fire department has.
 

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With many of their units tasked to South Adams Fire, they can be heard on that TG as well.
 

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With many of their units tasked to South Adams Fire, they can be heard on that TG as well.
 

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I recall hearing them a few weeks back while listening to some of the DMR freqs with DSD+. Can't remember the exact freq though.
 

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At one time I had them on 462.1625, DPL 243. I haven't listened for them for a long time, but maybe I will.
 

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At one time I had them on 462.1625, DPL 243. I haven't listened for them for a long time, but maybe I will.
They are using Conventional DMR on 462.1625, and they still have a dispatcher. I just realized Northglenn Ambulance units use two separate callsigns simultaneously, one with their own company dispatcher and a different one for Adcom, during the same call. I wonder why they don't use the same call sign with both dispatchers? I could understand changing callsigns for a new assignment/post/shift, but using 2 call signs simultaneously on the same call??
 

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would any one know the Color Code for Northglenn Ambulance? reason being I'm programming it into my CS700
 

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Can anyone else confirm Northglenn Ambulance on 461.437Mhz color code 3 TG 1100 Slot1?
 

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They are conventional two-slot DMR with multiple networked sites. Each site has it's own frequency / color code. The one I hear them on in south Denver is:

461.4375:
Slot 1 / Color Code 3 / TG 1100
Slot 2 / Color Code 3 / TG 1100

I believe the other sites / freqs may have different color codes but should use the same TG.
 
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