sorry to ask but help with frequency

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Methos

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The Frequency is 139.1400. Our work scanner supplied by the former plant fire chief spit out a brief one way conversation which definitly was an ambulance radioing in a transport patient's condition to the hospital.

I tried researching it on the database and it stated as "Not Found". The former chief alpha-tagged it as "OPP Mobile - OPP OLD". Any idea who has this now? Sorry forgot to mention that I'm in Belleville near the 401 corridor - North-East end.

Thanks for any info in advance.
 

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You are most likely hearing the input of the repeater for the frequency 143.16 part of:

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016 (10) Bannockburn (BNKBRN) Hastings 141.52500 141.67500 142.27500 142.50000c 142.96500a 143.16000
from the Fleetnet Zone 2 trunking system.
 

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You can't hear Bannockburn from Belleville.
I'd say it was a input frequency from a different tower.

None the less, if the original poster wants to listen to this. It's best to use the following:

Bell Fleetnet - Ontario Provincial Government Zone 2 Trunking System, Southeast Zone, Ontario - Scanner Frequencies

Or

Ministry of Health Scanner Frequencies and Radio Frequency Reference



You are most likely hearing the input of the repeater for the frequency 143.16 part of:

Code:
016 (10) Bannockburn (BNKBRN) Hastings 141.52500 141.67500 142.27500 142.50000c 142.96500a 143.16000
from the Fleetnet Zone 2 trunking system.
 
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