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California Fire Special 1
Special Events Feed: Will be activated only during large special events such as wildland incidents around the state.
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California Highway Patrol - Los Angeles and Orange County Centers
The feed includes the CHP Southern Division's LOS ANGELES Communications Center and the Border Division's ORANGE COUNTY Communications Center
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Calnet Repeater System
The Calnet Repeater Group is a multi linked amateur radio Repeater System covering most of California and parts of Nevada. The system consists of numerous fulltime RF linked 440 MHz repeaters connecting San Diego to San Francisco and Lake Tahoe.
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Fullerton Municipal Airport Tower (KFUL)
Frequency 119.1
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K6MWT 147.4350 MHz Los Angeles Renegade Repeater
The "435" repeater is famous for lively discussion on controversial subjects. Located in Southern California on Santiago Peak (5,600 feet), the repeater covers Orange County, Los Angeles, San Diego and the Inland Empire.
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Metro Net Fire Dispatch49 Listeners
MetroNet Fire Central Alt Tac 3M4 Listeners
MetroNet Fire Central Alt Tac 3N8 Listeners
MetroNet Fire North Alt Tac 2M4 Listeners
MetroNet Fire North Alt Tac 2N 6 Listeners
MetroNet Fire Tac 2A - Brea4 Listeners
MetroNet Fire Tac 2F - Anaheim5 Listeners
MetroNet Fire Tac 2G - Fullerton4 Listeners
MetroNet Fire Tac 2I - Orange4 Listeners
MetroNet Fire Tac 3G - Fountain Valley5 Listeners
MetroNet Fire Tac 3H - Huntington Beach6 Listeners
MetroNet Fire Tac 3I - Newport Beach7 Listeners
N6SLD 145.220 MHz CLARA Repeater
Located on Santiago Peak in Southern California - Owned and operated by the Clairemont Repeater Association, known as CLARA. Weekly net schedule (all times Pacific): Red Cross Net on Monday at 7:45pm. General Info Net on Tuesday at 7:00pm. Trivia Net on W
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Northern California Major Incident
Nor-Cal Air Tactics
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OCFA Alt Tac 4O - Zone 4
Orange County Fire Authority 4O Tactical Alternate for Major Incident in Zone 4
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OCFA Alt Tac 5O - Zone 5
Orange County Fire Authority 5O Alternate Tactical for Major Incident in Zone 5
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OCFA Dispatch 5B
Orange County Fire Authority
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OCFA Fire OC1 Listeners
OCFA Tac 4D - Division 1
Orange County Fire Authority 4D Tactical Channel Covering Battalions 1 and 8
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OCFA Tac 4E – Battalion 2 and 3
Orange County Fire Authority 4E Tactical Channel Covering Battalions 2 and 3
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OCFA Tac 4M – Battalion 9 and 11
Orange County Fire Authority 4M Tactical Channel Covering Battalion 9 and Battalion 11.
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OCFA Tac 4N - Zone 4
Orange County Fire Authority 4N Tactical for Major Incidents in Zone 4
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OCFA Tac 5D - Battalion 4, 5 and 10
Orange County Fire Authority 5D Tactical Channel Covering Battalions 4, 5, and 10
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OCFA Tac 5E – Battalion 6 and 7
Orange County Fire Authority 5E Tactical Channel covering Battalion 6 and 7
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OCFA Tac 5N - Zone 5
Orange County Fire Authority 5N Primary Tactical for Major Incident in Zone 5
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Orange and San Diego Counties Working Incident 1
This feed was primarily designed to provide for working incidents in the south Orange County and north San Diego county / Camp Pendelton area.
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Orange County Vegetation/Wildland Fires1 Listeners
Santiago Peak: Orange County Fire Watch Nets - 447.180 MHzOffline
Southern CA FUSION Network Room 21042
Listen to hams using YAESU Digital radios via linked WiresX repeater system.
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Volunteer Public Safety Patrol0 Listeners
W6NUT 147.4500 MHz Renegade Repeater
Located in Southern California, 147.450 (referred to as "450"), is the only real "Renegade Radio" free speech amateur repeater. Email n0aka@gmx.com with questions or comments about the feed. Send repeater questions/donations to 450renegaderadio@gmail.com
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W6ZN 145.2800 MHz Palomar Mt. Repeater
Palomar Mountain San Diego/Riverside/San Bernardino County coverage. Frequently interesting discussion. Trivia Net Mon. 8:00 PM
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WD6AWP 448.040 MHz Orange County Skywarn Repeater
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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WIN System Amateur Repeater Network
The WIN System is a network of over 70 Amateur Radio repeaters covering a large part of California as well as regions in Canada and 11 other States. Due to the size this system. Please DO NOT use this streaming audio service for performing a radio chec
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