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Can those of you live in Seattle confirm this I want to add it to the Data base but I am not in Seattle so I can not verify it.

1616 SFD EMERG ATG
1648 SFD 1A Primary fire response
1680 SFD 2A Secondary fire response
1712 SFD 3A Tertiary fire response
1744 SFD 4A Dispatch
1776 SFD 5A Primary aid/medic response
1808 SFD 6A Secondary aid/medic response
1840 SFD 11A Command support
1872 SFD 12A Command support
1904 SFD 14A Site trunking
1936 SFD 10A Multipurpose channel ???
1968 SFD 9A AMR Ambulance
2000 SFD 8A Medic One doctor
2032 SFD 7A Trauma doctor
2064 SFD 13A Command Support
2096 SFD 10A Multipurpose channel
2128 SFD 15A Site trunking
2160 SFD 16A & 6C FIU (Arson)
2192 SFD 7C Administration
2224 SFD 8C Airlift NW
3184 SFD EOC
2096 has been confirmed as being called channel 10, but many sources also cite 1936 as being channel 10. For the time being, we will have to have two channel 10s. However, the talkgroups that are used often have the right text tags.

Thanks, Ken
 

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I can add one thing... Couple of days ago, I heard one Seattle unit tell another on "1A" that he would be on "1B". They turned up on TG 31440 doing a Training exercise. Off the top of my head, it is listed as an Eastside FD Talkgroup.
 

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tmfok7 said:
I can add one thing... Couple of days ago, I heard one Seattle unit tell another on "1A" that he would be on "1B". They turned up on TG 31440 doing a Training exercise. Off the top of my head, it is listed as an Eastside FD Talkgroup.
That's weird...Since time immemorial, 1-B has been a simplex channel, one of the State Ops freqs. They use them at fireground scenes and on responses to large structures. Wonder if this is a sign of changes?
 

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These are just recent hits...

2256 SFD RMC or F3
2288 Unk
2480 Unk
2992 SFD Unk
3056 SFD Svc Garage
3088 Unk with 3 Edward 1
 

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Ken, when you pasted that here you didn't include the line where I stated that a lot of the information was from Paul on Intercept. And I think I wrote some other unintelligble stuff too (that's what you get when you submit data at 03:00), but I can't review my submission to see what I wrote. So thanks for not posting that stuff :)

Anyways, I got a few confirmations from Paul on Intercept--this thread--he has a 396 that just logs stuff. It was also cross checked against 4 databases.


Regarding the B channels, the absolute best explanation is on pages 27-32 of this document. I really can't say it any better. Well, actually I could if I had the frequencies, but a 5 watt 800 signal isn't going to travel this far south, so I don't have/need/want 'em. Edit: I just read that Brett posted they're State Ops frequencies.
 
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dste said:
These are just recent hits...

2256 SFD RMC or F3
2288 Unk
2480 Unk
2992 SFD Unk
3056 SFD Svc Garage
3088 Unk with 3 Edward 1
Re: "3088 - 3Edward1"; That looks more like a Police call sign than Fire. Wonder if it is SPD? The TGID is in line with most of theirs.
 

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Ok, I added this stuff to King County Seattle Fire,I know it took me a long time, look it over and let me know if it sounds right I am not in King County and I was not sure if the A or C was before or after the number A11 or 11A.
Ken
 
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dste said:
These are just recent hits...

2256 SFD RMC or F3
2288 Unk
2480 Unk
2992 SFD Unk
3056 SFD Svc Garage
3088 Unk with 3 Edward 1
1St Two are East side fire
2480 KC FIRE and the last three is anyones guess.
 

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I recall they were active during the shake exercise. I do not recall them being patched at the time. Strange... Unless there is some confirmation just set them aside.
 

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Will do, Ken

And would like to Thank everyone who has been posting stuff about what we can tune into with our recivers. If it where not for your post's about the radio system's here in our State we would not have some of the new stuff that has been added here, so keep it coming and I will do my best to see that it can be found in the Washington State database.
 

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lowboy654 said:
I was not sure if the A or C was before or after the number A11 or 11A.
From the pictures I remember seeing of various older model Moto radios, I'm 90% certain the letter comes after the number.
 

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From the pictures I remember seeing of various older model Moto radios, I'm 90% certain the letter comes after the number.
Thanks, letter after the number it will be here. Ken
 
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