Hi Tin,TinEar said:Hi Dan....462.95 is used for MedSTAR with PL 77.0 and is used by most everyone else with/without PL tones although STAT MedEvac might use a PL 103.5 here which seems to be their standard. I've had a "to do" item for a long time now to try to identify the various PL tones and the services using them on that freq. Haven't managed to get around to it though.
That s right. I ran as an EMT for 4-5 years in York County.... I think Lancaster or Cumberland County (PA) also uses 462.95 as a primary EMS dispatching channel too. The PLs were the only thing keeping them apart.dpm797 said:In PA, York County That is the EMS/Ambulance main dispatch frequency; I am about 90% sure. They do not dispatch ambulances on fire channels unless fire apparatus is going to respond. Fire Tones on Fire Channels also set off house siren for the volunteers up there. It is a different world. Ambulances get dispatched on the "MED/EMS Radio"
TinEar said:The database shows York County to use 462.975 rather than 462.95 for EMS Dispatch. Is this incorrect?
Lancaster County shows 462.95 as MED 9 Dispatch but no PL tone is included. Anyone have it?
Here you go Tin, Perhaps more than you wanted but if this works scroll down to PA
Guess I could have just selected Pennsylvania,