san diego sheriff low band

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E5911

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found these while doing some reserch on ULS:

10-24-11 pending authiorization:

45.700
45.780
45.900
45.940

153.890

Can anyone tell me how this is going to be set up- licensed to the Sheriff's Office. Could this be the return of the low band simulcast for the East county? locations are temp fixed so maybe only used when needed.
 

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[Adding to the above info]

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PW-______ - SAN DIEGO COUNTY - EXISTING SYSTEM - ADD LOCATIONS
TO SHERIFF TRANSMITTER SYSTEM - 45.94 MHz FB2/FB 20K0F9W emission
100 watts unity gain omni ant. 10.7 m high @ 283.0 m AMSL (Ram's Hill) CTCSS 136.5 Hz ERP 100 watts HAAT 152.0 m.
NOTE: This Request APPROVED subject to satisfactory tests with California State-CHP.

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(PW-226213/-29/-30) - SAN DIEGO COUNTY - EXISTING SYSTEM - ADD
LOCATIONS TO FIRE YELLOW SYSTEM - 153.890 MHz FB2/FB
11K25/20K0F9W emission 100 watts 5.2 dBd gain omni ant. 15.0 m
high @ 212.0 m AMSL (Lake San Marcos Peak) CTCSS 136.5 Hz ERP 100 watts HAAT 372.0 m.
Also FB2/FB, same as above, except 150 watts 5.0 dBd gain omni ant. 25.0 m high @ 1670.0 m AMSL (Palomar Mtn.) ERP 250 watts HAAT 480.0 m.
Also FB2/FB, same as above, except 100 watts 24.8 m high @ 129.0m AMSL (County Operations Center) ERP 125 (was 100) watts HAAT 47.0 m.

NOTE: This Request APPROVED subject to local co-channel LOCs - concurrences received from North County FPD & San Marcos City & San Marcos FPD.

(PW-226242) - SAN DIEGO COUNTY - EXISTING MOBILE SYSTEM - ADD
TEMPORARIES & INCREASE MOBILES - 153.890 MHz FB2T/FBT 11K25F3E
emission 100 watts ??? dBd gain omni ant. CTCSS 103.5 Hz ERP 100 watts area of operation countywide.
Also MO (1,250-was 50), same as above, except 3.0 dB gain ant. ERP 200 watts.

NOTE: This Request APPROVED subject to required concurrences - concurrences received from North County FPD & San Marcos City & San Marcos FPD.
 
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found these while doing some reserch on ULS:

10-24-11 pending authiorization:

45.700
45.780
45.900
45.940

153.890

Can anyone tell me how this is going to be set up- licensed to the Sheriff's Office. Could this be the return of the low band simulcast for the East county? locations are temp fixed so maybe only used when needed.

Well, since the County's radio communications division is placed within the Sheriff's Department, all of the County of San Diego's FCC licenses (RCS and non-RCS) have a Sheriff's Department mailing address. The application in question seeks to add 153.890 (a Fire command channel) to the four 45 MHz channels on the existing KQT977 countywide temporary base license. As MtnBiker2005 noted, it is one of five different license modifications to add 153.890 that are in the works.

Over the next few months you will see all sorts of activity in the non-800 MHz realm as we slowly consolidate dozens of different service-specific licenses (many of which are decades old) into site-based licenses covering all 37 to 470 MHz frequencies used at a given location. (There are some of our sites that currently have as many as 10 different FCC licenses, each for a different VHF or UHF frequency.)

Don
 
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