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Disneyland CONV Freqs (Looking for new FANTASMIC! headset freq)
Many broadcast/production quality wireless intercom sets use WFM in some of the following ranges....
518 - 608 MHz in 18 MHz TX and RX bands
Orange County CCCS
I noticed all of those frequencies are all in the Crystal Cove cell. Perhaps they took it down for maintenance or they were in fact testing for a bett
OC LE question? Also facts for those who dont know
Sorry to bump a topic but today on a radio check I heard Control 1 refer to the channel as "Blue R/P" on 460.525 PL103.5
This is OC Access UHF btw.
What are you monitoring tonight?
Knsd Facsfac San Diego
[QUOTE=dangitdoug]OK, but what do the designators stand for? Naopa? Tma?
Northern Air Operating Area (NAOPA)
Used for Fleet
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WD6AWP 448.040 MHz Orange County Skywarn Repeater
Orange County Skywarn is currently authorized to use the WD6AWP repeater located on Santiago Peak. The repeater is on 448.040 MHz as it's primary frequency during activations under the authority of the National Weather Service.
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