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If Toledo's TRS were ever to go down I know there is three conv. freq's. One for Police, Fire and one for EMS. Does anyone know what the freq's are and the pl tones? Thanks!
 

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The following conventional repeater channels are for backup use:

01 855.4875 PD Patrol North
02 854.4875 PD Patrol South
03 853.4875 PD Patrol Central
04 852.4875 PD Special Ops
05 851.4875 PD Records
06 855.0625 PD Tactical
07 854.0625 FD Dispatch
08 853.0625 FD Fireground
09 852.0625 FD EMS Ops
10 855.4625 DPU Freshwater
11 854.4625 DPU Wastewater
13 851.0625 Comm/DOT/DPU/Misc

All channels use PL 103.5 and the repeaters are split between the north (Station 18) and south (Station 21) radio towers. These are the same frequencies as the voice trunking channels, so they'd generally only be used during a total failure. You'd want to run with PL to keep out the normal trunking traffic. Toledo FD does have portable radio checks on Conventional Channel 7 every Saturday morning, so that's your best bet for testing reception.
 

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OK, do you know what Lucas County EMS has in thier radios? I know they use 16 channel units. Do you know whats in em?
 

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These channels are not in the database. It would be good to add with a note regarding backup use only. These are under callsign WNYK325.

As for Lucas County EMS, they have Med 01-10 plus six UHF fire department channels. I'm not sure on the specific channels, just recollection from seeing their radios. I would suspect they have Sylvania, Springfield Twp, Oregon, Washington Twp, Waterville, and Monclova Twp.
 

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Ah, I just wasn't sure if they had tac channels or anything. I don't know why EMS would need tac but you never know. Thanks!
 
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