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2:57:16 pm
Cleveland National Forest New Forest Net


Thanks I was going to email you directly and ask.
Are there new procedures this year with IAPís? I canít find any, north or south.

12:16:39 pm
Southern California Edison

Oops....I guess they do have a license. For the entire state. On both chunks of "YI - Other Indust/Land Transp. 896-901/935-940 MHz, Trunked" spectrum
11:38:51 am
Southern California Edison

I don't get how a large company can get away with using frequencies they don't have licenses for.

Anyway...Is Site 106 on 936.2750 on Pleasant's Pk?
12:29:53 am
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
614 - 68
11:34:58 pm
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

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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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