[aprssig] Aprs used during fire

Amateur Radio WB8NUT duffy at wb8nut.com
Mon Jun 12 13:58:07 CDT 2006

That's interesting, given that the allocation around 30Mhz to 40Mhz is 
for police/fire and not military.  I know our fire department used to be 
at 33.82 and the county was at 33.90 for fire and 39.14 for police.  
I've never heard of the military getting a freq assignment in that area 
unless they had it to communicate with civil authorities.


John Habbinga wrote:
> Army helicopters use frequencies in the 34 MHz range (FM mode).  
> Perhaps he said, thirty-fourty and it sounded like 3040, but should 
> have been 34.40 MHz.
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