I'm sure I caught 6736 (divides by 16) briefly a couple of times. But all the York action was on Search & Rescue. Kinda neat watching cp24 and listening to YRP.Little late to post this but Torch related comm's were on 6732 (talkgroup descriptor is still unconfirmed for the York County trunk system) while it made it's way up to Newmarket.
Karlo: The frequencies listed in post #1 were used when they passed thru my town.Hello.
I am just wondering if anyone can help me out here.
I have been looking at the torch relay map and see that it will be coming to my neck of the woods here in Northern Ontario like to Iroquois Falls and then Timmins and eventually Wawa. And just wondering if anyone might be able to give me an idea as to what freq's and channels everyone might be using.
Like would the RCMP be following them all the way and if so. What channels might they be using. Because for Iroquois Falls, Timmins and Wawa, there is no system up here for them to use, like they won't be able to use their main channels like they would down in Ottawa and Toronto and everywhere else down south. So just wondering if they would have back up SIM channels to use in this case or what kind of channels they would use when and if they do talk.
Also for the OPP. From what I have read in this post. They will probably use a TAC Channel. And would they probably use any other TALKGROUPS. Just wondering so it will give me and my friend a heads up as to what TALKGROUPS we can maybe expect to see used when it comes up our way. And also would they use other UHF channels as well other than their main VR01 portable channel.
And if there is any other channels and freq's I should know about that they might use when they come up this way that will be good and worth while to listen to.
Just wondering so it will give us a heads up as to what to have in our scanners the day it comes. If anyone can give me some ideas. That is all I am looking for.
So I will be waiting for any replies to my reply. Thanks.