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Tone reed numbers

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tpone234

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Im looking for a tone reed number for a specific Fire Dept. Is there any whee online I can go to find this (ie; databases or directories) ? If someone could let me know that would be gteat.
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n5ims

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With the specific information you provided, I think that the only answer we can give you is "Maybe".

Perhaps if you could provide the details of the fire dept, location, etc. a better answer could be given.
 

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Ok thanks for the suggestion, Im looking for the tone filter numbers or plectron code for Weedsport Fire Dept. Weedsport, NY 13166m the county is Cayuga. Any help would be appreciated.
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best thing to do would be to go to that fire departments chief or dispatch or communications officer and ask him/her what the code or frequencies are. if u just get the code it is easy to find a chart with the frequencies ( as someone has already posted)
 

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Looks like it should be one or more of the systems listed here --> Cayuga County, New York (NY) Scanner Frequencies and Radio Frequency Reference

You may want to post this question in the New York Discussion area ( New York Radio Discussion Forum - The RadioReference.com Forums ) so folks local to the area have a better chance to see the question and answer it. I would first start with the FD as mentioned by fireman305 since they would have the most recent and accurate information. If this fails hopefully a post in the NY forum will provide what you need.
 
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