Sudbury, Mass. FD Mode ?

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BOBRR

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Hello,

For the Sudbury, Mass. Fire Dept. on 482.75 do I want
to enter the mode as NFM or just FM ?

Is most "everything" NFM these days ?
Exceptions ?

Thanks,
Bob
 

ecps92

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YMMV as others have already stated in the many other threads.

Use what is in the RRDB
Middlesex County, Massachusetts (MA) Scanner Frequencies and Radio Frequency Reference
No need to Recreate the Wheel

As to FM vs NFM - YMMV
All depends on how good the Radio Tech's were who installed the Narrowband system.
All depends on your Scanner. Only you will know what SOUNDS best to your ears

T-Band - Varies here in New England. Agencies were initially required to NB
then the FCC exempted them.

Some had already gone NB
Some had funded it already and continued to NB
Others still went NB as they had to touch the radios anyway due to 450-470 Mhz channels in the same Radios.
Others it varies, and only the Tech's will really know.

Again - see YMMV and experiment as there will always be exceptions

Hello,

For the Sudbury, Mass. Fire Dept. on 482.75 do I want
to enter the mode as NFM or just FM ?

Is most "everything" NFM these days ?
Exceptions ?

Thanks,
Bob
 
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