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San Diego Co/Imperial Co Regional Communications System (RCS) Question Thread

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I'll have to talk to my buddy at NorthComm. I do know they also run on Command these are more active now for tac's. and tied into 3A.
154.17500 158.86500 KA4241 RM103.5 PLXSD CMD 1Countywide Fire Command 1 (Countywide) FMN Fire-Talk 156.22500 159.01500 KA4241 RM107.2 PLXSD CMD 2Countywide Fire Command 2 (HCFA) FMN Fire-Talk 153.99500 159.11250 KA4241 RM110.9 PLXSD CMD 3Countywide Fire Command 3 (Border Command) FMN Fire-Talk 158.97000 155.55000 KMD727 RM103.5 PLXSD CMD 4Countywide Fire Command 4 (SND Command) FMN Fire-Talk 153.89000 150.80500 KMA229 RM146.2 PLXSD CMD 5Countywide Fire Command 5 (North Comm Dispatch) FMN Fire-Talk 154.02500 158.74500 WNWV934 RM131.8 PLXSD CMD 6Countywide Fire Command 6 (North Zone West) FMN Fire-Talk 154.23500 158.98500 KNEP635 RM156.7 PLXSD CMD 7Countywide Fire Command 7 (North Zone East)
 

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I'll have to talk to my buddy at NorthComm. I do know they also run on Command these are more active now for tac's. and tied into 3A.
154.17500 158.86500 KA4241 RM103.5 PLXSD CMD 1Countywide Fire Command 1 (Countywide) FMN Fire-Talk 156.22500 159.01500 KA4241 RM107.2 PLXSD CMD 2Countywide Fire Command 2 (HCFA) FMN Fire-Talk 153.99500 159.11250 KA4241 RM110.9 PLXSD CMD 3Countywide Fire Command 3 (Border Command) FMN Fire-Talk 158.97000 155.55000 KMD727 RM103.5 PLXSD CMD 4Countywide Fire Command 4 (SND Command) FMN Fire-Talk 153.89000 150.80500 KMA229 RM146.2 PLXSD CMD 5Countywide Fire Command 5 (North Comm Dispatch) FMN Fire-Talk 154.02500 158.74500 WNWV934 RM131.8 PLXSD CMD 6Countywide Fire Command 6 (North Zone West) FMN Fire-Talk 154.23500 158.98500 KNEP635 RM156.7 PLXSD CMD 7Countywide Fire Command 7 (North Zone East)
Thanks! I’ll let you know if I continue to hear it.
 

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Since there's four listed (and that's generally how many there are total) I'm guessing someone just forgot to mark which one is primary. Either way, just plug all four in and you shouldn't have any problem. Just make a submission once you figure out which is which.
 

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Since there's four listed (and that's generally how many there are total) I'm guessing someone just forgot to mark which one is primary. Either way, just plug all four in and you shouldn't have any problem. Just make a submission once you figure out which is which.
Thanks for for the reply. That's what I have been doing but I am doing some experimentation. I guess I will just try each individually.
 

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854.8125 has been the default north site control channel for a while. For the first day or so, the new rebanding control channel was sort of all over the place, switching randomly. Maybe that is why they held off on nailing that down on the db right away.

Paul
 

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Haven't heard North County Transit District (Sprinter and Coaster security) on their RCS talkgroups in quite awhile. Anyone have an idea where they went? Thanks!
 

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Haven't heard North County Transit District (Sprinter and Coaster security) on their RCS talkgroups in quite awhile. Anyone have an idea where they went? Thanks!
A friend told me that deputies told him that the "Sprinter police" were disbanded.

Paul
 

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I did a little research and it appears they were disbanded. So, I guess I can remove NCTD talkgroups from my scan rotation.
 

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Can't figure out how to make a post on this forum. I need a load for the San Diego County RCS for the SD County Fire Authority for a Uniden BC296D. I can figure out everything but how to make one work! A basic load would get me started. Please email it to craig@craigwilliams.com so I don't have to figure out how all this forum stuff works. Thanks!
 

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Any idea of what agencies are going to move to TDMA?
Eventually, most everybody, as they replace their older radios with TDMA (Phase 2) compliant units. If every radio in a particular talkgroup is TDMA capable, they will operate TDMA.

The Mutual Aid talkgroups will remain FDMA (Phase 1).
 

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Eventually, most everybody, as they replace their older radios with TDMA (Phase 2) compliant units. If every radio in a particular talkgroup is TDMA capable, they will operate TDMA.

The Mutual Aid talkgroups will remain FDMA (Phase 1).
Assuming LE N/S/E (W?) Command, Blue 1, County Call/Tacs, ICS's are mutual aid...what else will constitute the Phase 1 mutual aid talkgroups?

Paul
 

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Eventually, most everybody, as they replace their older radios with TDMA (Phase 2) compliant units. If every radio in a particular talkgroup is TDMA capable, they will operate TDMA.

The Mutual Aid talkgroups will remain FDMA (Phase 1).
Thanks Don.
 
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