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  • Jake Hickok
    I have some CDF radio info on my website. List of tactical and command nets and maps for repeaters in at least the Cascade Region (which unfortunatly is not
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 3, 2001
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      I have some CDF radio info on my website. List of tactical and
      command nets and maps for repeaters in at least the Cascade Region
      (which unfortunatly is not San Diego ;) But it does have major freq
      info and tips and hints on how to monitor large CDF fires with
      details on the Incident Command System and how it works with fires
      and frequency coordination etc. It is at
      http://www.norcalscan.org/fire/cdf.html
      Just click on Major Fire or Radio Information and enjoy. I will label
      what the freqs below are that Joseph posted a couple posts back.
      These labels are only the names assigned to the freqs. The Viejas
      fire may have different names on these freqs but not likely...

      Thanks Joseph and Smokey for your updates for all others to hear -
      Northern California is under the large high pressure system but we
      don't have the winds. Just temps of 70 degrees. Feels so good but
      knowing what goes through a firefighter's mind - this is downright
      scary weather right now.


      168.750 Cleveland NF
      168.2 NIFC Tact 2
      151.19 CDF Tact 4
      167.1 NIFC Command Net 6
      159.225 CDF Tact 14 (may be Local Net repeater input)
      159.375 CDF Tact 20 (may be Local Net repeater input)
      168.6 NIFC Tact 3
      168.075 NIFC Command Net 3
      123.1 Victor Net
      155.16 CA Search and Rescue
      167.95 BLM Air to Ground Net
      168.1 NIFC Command Net 2
      151.265 CDF Command Net 2 (probably using Tone 3 on Tecate Peak or
      Tone 4 on Lyons Peak)
      169.75 Dept of Interior Air to Ground

      If you know the tone numbers (i.e. "Switch to Command 2 Tone 3") then
      I have the list of ctcss tones related to tone numbers below. It will
      cut down on intermod or whatnot if you have any...

      CTCSS Tones used State Wide - standard between CDF, USFS, BLM
      Tone 1 110.9
      Tone 2 123.0
      Tone 3 131.8
      Tone 4 136.5
      Tone 5 146.2
      Tone 6 156.7
      Tone 7 167.9
      Tone 8 103.5
      Tone 9 100.0
      Tone 10 107.2
      Tone 11 114.8
      Tone 12 127.3
      Tone 13 141.3
      Tone 14 151.4
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      Jake Hickok Red Bluff, CA
      KF6KDD 20yr old Shasta College Student
      Technical Support Specialist - Red Bluff High

      http://www.norcalscan.org
      Northern California Scanning and Ham Radio
      Music, Drums and Percussion, Radios, Computers

      "Maybe the Hokey Pokey IS what it's all about!"
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