South Surrey Fire Frequencies

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Craigd91

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2 additional frequencies were added recently. 9 and 10. However 9 is the same as 7. I cant add 2 of the same frequency into my scanner.
There is also a new tac channel.
Does anyone have any insight on this?


01 866.16250a 02 866.78750a 03 867.11250a 04 867.31250 05 866.43750 06 866.93750
07 866.06250 08 867.46250 09 866.06250 10 866.21250

DEC AFS Mode Alpha Tag Description Tag
1033 08-011 A SUF-DSP1 Dispatch Fire Dispatch
1049 08-031 A SUF TAC2 Tactical Channel 2 Fire Dispatch
1050 08-032 A SUF TAC3 Tactical Channel 3 Fire Dispatch
1051 08-033 A SUF TAC4 Tactical Channel 4 Fire-Tac
1052 08-034 A SUF TAC5 Tactical Channel 5 Fire-Tac
1053 08-035 A SUF TAC6 Tactical Channel 6 Fire-Tac
1054 08-036 A SUF TAC7 Tactical Channel 7 Training
1055 08-037 A SUF TAC8 Tactical Channel 8 Training
1056 08-040 A SFD-TRN3 Training 3 Fire-Talk
 
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2 additional frequencies were added recently. 9 and 10. However 9 is the same as 7. I cant add 2 of the same frequency into my scanner.
There is also a new tac channel.
Does anyone have any insight on this?


01 866.16250a 02 866.78750a 03 867.11250a 04 867.31250 05 866.43750 06 866.93750
07 866.06250 08 867.46250 09 866.06250 10 866.21250

That means your wrong.

As for Surrey Fire, This is new layout.

1033 08-011 SFD Dispatch (Dispatching)
1049 08-031 SFD Tac 2 (Single Unit Responses)
0066 00-082 SFD Tac 3 (MVA's)
0067 00-083 SFD Tac 4 (Large Scale incidents with BCAS)
1052 08-034 SFD Tac 5 (Multiple Unit Responses)
1053 08-035 SFD Tac 6 (Multiple Unit Responses)
1054 08-036 SFD Tac 7 (Multiple Unit Responses)
0037 00-045 SFD Tac 8 (CE BRIDGE)
 

Craigd91

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Have you got a list of the South Surrey Fire Frequencies?
 
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010 South Surrey 01 866.16250a 02 866.78750a 03 867.11250a 04 867.31250 05 866.43750 06 866.93750 07 866.06250
08 867.46250 09 866.06250 10 866.21250
Dude, have you looked at this ? , there are no freq's per se they operate on a trunk system meaning that they share those frequencies with Police, Ambulance (main users) you have to understand trunking better, what you are referring to is talkgroups or channels (like any radio has F1-F16 typical)
you also need to program in the Surrey freq's & Coquitlam & ALdergrove (Langley) towers in seperate banks to ensure you hear all the action.
 

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What do you think about submitting the correct frequencies to the RRDB, then?
The correct information was listed. But people keep making changes to the database with information that is not always correct. I dont have time to keep checking the RRDB to make sure things are correct.
 

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The correct information was listed. But people keep making changes to the database with information that is not always correct. I dont have time to keep checking the RRDB to make sure things are correct.
I'm a DB admin here, I'll gladly take care of that, but I need to know where the correct data is. Is the ScanBC wiki the most correct?
 

Craigd91

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Dude I understand trunking. What I am asking is What are the correct frequencies as number 7 and 9 are exactly the same. Stuck22 got the new TGID's correct however I suspect there are a couple more.
 
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Yes that does appear to be wrong, Craig - and I just checked it against the ScanBC wiki as well.

Stuck, BC, etc., you guys may want to recheck that site.

Another reason that RR might be so out of sync with what info you have, besides the fact no one appears to be submitting things (no valid submissions have been sent in since January), is that what ScanBC has as AFS is different from what RR gets, given the same decimal value.

Example: Coquitlam Fire Tac 2 is listed as dec 1041, AFS 08-013 in the forum post on ScanBC. Both RR and this independent website conversion tool I googled come up with 08-021 instead. And since everyone seems to agree that 1034 = 08-012, it stands to reason that 08-013 should actually be 1035.

It might behoove ScanBC to re-evaluate all those AFS values...
 

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ok. After running unitrunker for a bit this is what we have found for the Surrey South E-Comm Site...

LCN01 866.1625
LCN02 866.7875
LCN03 867.1125
LCN04 867.3125
LCN05 866.4375
LCN06 866.9375
LCN07 866.0625
LCN08 867.4625
 

Craigd91

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Thanks Guys!!, these frequencies are the same as before.
Here are the 16 Channels Im looking for TGID's.

1 SUF DSP1 08-011
2 SUF TAC2 08-031
3 SUF TAC3 08-032
4 SUF TAC4 08-033
5 SUF TAC5 08-034
6 CE-WRCK 00-087
7 CE-SRY SOUTH 00-083
8 SUF TAC8 08-037
9 SMPLX
10 F TAC10
11 F TAC11
12 F TAC12
13 F TAC13
14 CE-BRDG
15 +PFA 1
16 +PFA S1
 

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Just a note that these channels will be re-arranged soon. Surrey has already done so on their radios. White rock will be following the same kind of layout.

1 SUF DSP1 TG 1033
2 SUF TAC2 TG 1049
3 SUF TAC3 TG 1050
4 SUF TAC4 TG 1051
5 SUF TAC5 TG 1052
6 CE-WRCK TG 0071
7 CE-SRY SOUTH TG 0067
8 SUF TAC8 TG 1055
9 SMPLX 853.5125
10 F TAC10 TG 1097
11 F TAC11 TG 1098
12 F TAC12 TG 1099
13 F TAC13 TG 1100
14 CE-BRDG TG 0037
15 +PFA 1 TG 0033
16 +PFA S1 866.2625
 

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Just to try and confuse things I will post this . It seems that lcn 6 on the south Surrey site 866.9375 will sometimes not be in use on south Surrey and come up on the Bowen site as lcn 7 . This happened last during the fireworks Saturday night when Bowen was very busy . 866.2375 lcn 11 on Richmond seems to work the same way as it was not used as part of Richmond but came up as lcn 6 on Bowen saturday night . Sunday morning everything was back to normal . Has anyone else seen this happen on an EDACS system ?
 
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