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==== Simplex Incident Ground Radio Channels ====
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==== VHF IGC (Incident Ground Communications) Radio Channels ====
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VHF Zone A
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{| class="wikitable"
 
{| class="wikitable"
! Freq!!channel name!!Use on the Fire Ground at major* incidents**
 
 
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|143.8250    ||   Fire high 1 || General firefighter to firefighter talk Channel
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! Channel Number
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! Short Label
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! Full Label
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! RX Frex
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|1
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|FIRE 1 - General firefighter to firefighter talk Channel
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|FIRE HIGH 1
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|143.82500
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|2
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|FIRE 2 - 2nd General talk Channel
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|FIRE HIGH 2
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|143.78750
 
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|143.7875    || Fire high 2 || 2nd General talk Channel
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|3
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|FIRE 3 - Command Channel
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|FIRE HIGH 3
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|140.92500
 
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|140.9250    || Fire high 3 || Command Channel
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|4
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|FIRE 4 (FIRE AIR)
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|FIRE HIGH 4 (AIR OPS)
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|140.61250
 
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|140.6125    || Fire high 4 || Air operations Channel
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|10
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|LIASE SX
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|LIASON SIMPLEX
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|140.98750
 
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|143.0500    ||  Liaison Channel (Duplex)
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|13
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|LIASE DX
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|LIAISON DUPLEX
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|143.05000
 
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|140.9875    ||  Liaison Channel (Simplex)
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|14
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|RPTR 1
*Note: A major incident is generally anything 2nd alarm and above. Channels 1 and 2 are still used day to day by firefighters at the scene of most incidents.
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|FIRE REPEATER 1
 
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** Note: This is not always the case, as ground radio channels can have different roles at big incidents depending on the size, need and region.
 
 
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
|UHF simplex
 
 
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|455.1375 
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|15
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|RPTR 2
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|FIRE REPEATER 2
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All These Frequencies Are The Same Nationally.
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==== UHF IGC (Incident Ground Communications) Radio Channels ====
 
 
*New Frequencies on the RSM for Fire Service (Unknown locations) all have been referred to as portable Repeaters
 
 
 
499.8250, 499.7750, 501.2250, 501.3375, 501.4750
 
501.4875, 501.5125, 501.5250, 501.5500, 501.5750
 
501.6875
 
  
 
New as at 2017
 
New as at 2017
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|497.79375
 
|497.79375
 
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{| class="wikitable"
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! Freq!!channel name!!Use on the Fire Ground at major* incidents**
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|-
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|143.8250    ||  Fire high 1 || General firefighter to firefighter talk Channel
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|-
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|143.7875    ||  Fire high 2 || 2nd General talk Channel
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|140.9250    ||  Fire high 3 || Command Channel
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|-
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|140.6125    ||  Fire high 4 || Air operations Channel
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|-
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|143.0500    ||  Liaison Channel (Duplex)
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|-
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|140.9875    ||  Liaison Channel (Simplex)
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*Note: A major incident is generally anything 2nd alarm and above. Channels 1 and 2 are still used day to day by firefighters at the scene of most incidents.
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** Note: This is not always the case, as ground radio channels can have different roles at big incidents depending on the size, need and region.
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{| class="wikitable"
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|UHF simplex
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|-
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|455.1375 
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|}
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All These Frequencies Are The Same Nationally.
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*New Frequencies on the RSM for Fire Service (Unknown locations) all have been referred to as portable Repeaters
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499.8250, 499.7750, 501.2250, 501.3375, 501.4750
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501.4875, 501.5125, 501.5250, 501.5500, 501.5750
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501.6875

Revision as of 16:44, 11 November 2017

Vehicles

79.19375 Truck to Truck Simplex (used in big events or for training)

VHF IGC (Incident Ground Communications) Radio Channels

VHF Zone A

Channel Number Short Label Full Label RX Frex
1 FIRE 1 - General firefighter to firefighter talk Channel FIRE HIGH 1 143.82500
2 FIRE 2 - 2nd General talk Channel FIRE HIGH 2 143.78750
3 FIRE 3 - Command Channel FIRE HIGH 3 140.92500
4 FIRE 4 (FIRE AIR) FIRE HIGH 4 (AIR OPS) 140.61250
10 LIASE SX LIASON SIMPLEX 140.98750
13 LIASE DX LIAISON DUPLEX 143.05000
14 RPTR 1 FIRE REPEATER 1
15 RPTR 2 FIRE REPEATER 2

UHF IGC (Incident Ground Communications) Radio Channels

New as at 2017

UHF Zone A

Channel Number Short Label Full Label RX Frex
1 OPS OPERATIONS 496.71875
2 CMD COMMAND 496.96875
3 LOG LOGISTICS 497.01875
4 AERIAL AERIAL APPLIANCE 497.06875
5 SAFETY SAFETY 497.18125
6 BASO BASO 498.13125
7 LIAISON LIAISON SIMPLEX 498.00625
12 ADD OPS ADDITIONAL OPERATIONS 501.51250
13 LIASE DX LIAISON DUPLEX 501.23750
14 RPTR 1 REPEATER 1 499.77500
15 RPTR 2 REPEATER 2 499.82500
16 OP SUP OPERATIONAL SUPPORT 497.79375

UHF Zone B

Channel Number Short Label Full Label RX Frex
1 OPS OPERATIONS 496.83125
2 CMD COMMAND 497.00625
3 LOG LOGISTICS 497.19375
4 AERIAL AERIAL APPLIANCE 501.33750
5 SAFETY SAFETY 501.48750
6 BASO BASO 501.55000
7 LIAISON LIAISON SIMPLEX 498.00625
12 ADD OPS ADDITIONAL OPERATIONS 501.68750
13 LIASE DX LIAISON DUPLEX 501.23750
14 RPTR 1 REPEATER 1 499.77500
15 RPTR 2 REPEATER 2 499.82500
16 OP SUP OPERATIONAL SUPPORT 497.79375

UHF Zone C

Channel Number Short Label Full Label RX Frex
1 OPS OPERATIONS 496.98125
2 CMD COMMAND 497.04375
3 LOG LOGISTICS 501.22500
4 AERIAL AERIAL APPLIANCE 501.47500
5 SAFETY SAFETY 501.52500
6 BASO BASO 501.57500
7 LIAISON LIAISON SIMPLEX 498.00625
12 ADD OPS ADDITIONAL OPERATIONS 501.70000
13 LIASE DX LIAISON DUPLEX 501.23750
14 RPTR 1 REPEATER 1 499.77500
15 RPTR 2 REPEATER 2 499.82500
16 OP SUP OPERATIONAL SUPPORT 497.79375
Freq channel name Use on the Fire Ground at major* incidents**
143.8250 Fire high 1 General firefighter to firefighter talk Channel
143.7875 Fire high 2 2nd General talk Channel
140.9250 Fire high 3 Command Channel
140.6125 Fire high 4 Air operations Channel
143.0500 Liaison Channel (Duplex)
140.9875 Liaison Channel (Simplex)


  • Note: A major incident is generally anything 2nd alarm and above. Channels 1 and 2 are still used day to day by firefighters at the scene of most incidents.
    • Note: This is not always the case, as ground radio channels can have different roles at big incidents depending on the size, need and region.
UHF simplex
455.1375

All These Frequencies Are The Same Nationally.

  • New Frequencies on the RSM for Fire Service (Unknown locations) all have been referred to as portable Repeaters

499.8250, 499.7750, 501.2250, 501.3375, 501.4750 501.4875, 501.5125, 501.5250, 501.5500, 501.5750 501.6875