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Joseph11

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Other than 155.4150 MHz R (PL 131.8 Hz), does Southampton PD use 154.8150 MHz R (PL 141.3 Hz) and/or 154.8450 MHz R (PL 156.7 Hz)? Thanks.
 

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They have (I think) Three channels. I've heard units asking eachother to switch to "PD three." I'm not sure if there's anymore then three channels. But there's deffenatly three.
 

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VHF 154.845 (PL 146.2) is still used by Suffolk County PD 2nd Precinct in Huntington. It's a simulcast of the 800 MHz TRS 2nd precinct talk-group.
 

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Yes, but Southampton Town uses the same frequency, with a PL tone of 156.7 Hz, as their own "PD-3".
 

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Slightly off topic. I'll be in Nassau County, near Garden City in October. Will I hear Suffolk County on the 800 trunk there? How active is the VHF system for the SCPD?

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Gary
 
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