Is that a clear talkgroup Brandon?brandon wrote:Sounds like it's now east on Newport x Goetz. I can see Star 92 is assisting.
From what I can tell it appears PSEC talkgroup 232 may be used by RSO to talk with CHP.
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- Sat Dec 20, 2014 8:25 am
- Forum: Breaking Incidents
- Topic: RSO Pursuit - Sun City area
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zz0468, do you know if the PSEC radios have the I-Call stuff in them? The early ones I gt to work with did not. The EDACS radios did, but I never saw or heard them being used except maybe an interagency disaster drill, but never on a daily basis. To my knowledge, PSEC radios don't have iCalls like ...
The I-Call and I-Tac channels are likely to remain unencrypted. I'm unaware of any conventional simplex frequencies other than those. There is a provision in the FCC rules that allow Law Enforcement agencies to use any Part 90 frequency for tactical/surveillance use without licensing or coordinatio...
- Fri Dec 19, 2014 2:43 pm
- Forum: Surrounding Counties
- Topic: 163.075 San Bernardino
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And why did I always think it was a railway frequency?zz0468 wrote:163.075 BLM Law Enforcement. Turquoise is east of Baker, and in the middle of the Mojave national Preserve. They're dispatched out of San Bernardino.
I know about the non-trunked being gone but I thought if they had any conventional channels like they have on the OC system for example.sp1989 wrote:There are none that I know of, and if there are, I would say yes. All those non-trunked freqs are gone, if that's what you mean.