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ctrmass

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Does anyone know what frequencies these fire guys are on?
I'm interested in stn 32, 33 and 34. along with the NJ forest fire service.
I have an old Pro-2004 I believe they are un encrypted (at least 32,33 ad 34...) so I should be able to get them...
TIA.....
 

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Please take the time to use the database to find the info you are looking for:

https://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?ctid=1785 (Ocean County)

and

https://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?aid=602 (NJDEP)
I actually did.
The list doesn't specify which entity within the county govt holds which license for who.
I was hoping someone could narrow it down a bit from what seems like around 50-100 individual freqs.
FWIW I've spent a couple hours on the FCC database too.
Same thing, no specifics....Was hoping a local could save me some time.....

Thanks elias. I was told they're not encrypted.
Oh well, I need another scanner anyway.:D
I've spotted XLT 2500's (P-25) but I've also seen XPR 6550's. Odd mixture IMO.....
Person I spoke to said they are in desperate need of an upgrade so they can operate more integral within other depts/agencies, etc.
 

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Most if not all county agencies will be upgrading to the newer Motorola APX model radios. Current XTS/XTL models were flashed a couple of years ago for P25 operation.
 
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