CDF sandiego unit frequencies

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E5911
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CDF sandiego unit frequencies

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Can you guys confirm the SDU frequencies for VHF
151.190 SDU primary
151.3325 SDU Command
TAC 5 and 8
Air to gnd 2
is there still s VHF plan for MTZ fires with City?
Or are fires all run on 800?

Thanks, working on a codeplug
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mike
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Re: CDF sandiego unit frequencies

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Can you guys confirm the SDU frequencies for VHF
151.190 SDU primary
151.3325 SDU Command
TAC 5 and 8
Air to gnd 2
is there still s VHF plan for MTZ fires with City?
Or are fires all run on 800?

Thanks, working on a codeplug
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If a fire is LRA local response area they mostly run them on the XSD VHF frequencies aside from 1L and 2L for Heartland incidents, as far as Cal Fire SRA they use MVU 2 for most brush fires along with XSD Cmd 3 near the border for those incidents, they will also use CDF cmd 1 through 3 as well as CDF tac 1,5 and 8.

As far as USFS Cleveland NF they use Forest net for most fire cmd on FRA brush fires.


Those are the correct Cal fire channels

As far as Metro in Chula Vista for brush fires try 6L on the RCS and XSD CMD 4, XSD CMD 14, also if a brush fire occurs in San Diego city you can try 8G on the city 700 trunked system.
Motrac Era
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Re: CDF sandiego unit frequencies

Post by Motrac Era »

I'm not sure if I have a legitimate picture of what's going on. I show over 60 conventional channels and suspect my information is not very complete. In my brain they're split between:
  • NorthCom
  • Interagency Dispatch (CNF, MVU)
  • City of San Diego
  • BLM
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