|Cal Fire and Riverside County Fire - West|
(((Stereo Feed))) RIGHT Side = Dispatch and Response channels *** LEFT Side = Command and TAC channels. Note: Western Riverside County traffic only. No Coachella Valley traffic
|California Fire Special 1|
Special Events Feed: Will be activated only during large special events such as wildland incidents around the state.
|California Highway Patrol - Riverside||Online|
|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.
|Corona Fire Command||Online|
|Corona Fire Dispatch||Online|
|Corona Fire TAC 2||Online|
|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.
|KF6PHX 446.6400 MHz SPARC Repeater|
Located on the top of Santiago Peak.
Covering LA, Orange, San Bernardino, San Diego and Ventura Counties. Echolink Node 644728
|Northern California Major Incident|
Nor-Cal CalFire Air Ops & Incidents
|Palm Spring and Coachella Valley Fire|
Scanning Palm Springs City Fire as well as other Coachella Valley Fire Agencies covered under Calfire.
|PAPA System D-Star Reflector 12|
The PAPA System is 22 inter-linked analog and digital D-Star repeaters, providing extensive coverage from the Mexico border to north of Santa Barbara, and from the Arizona border out into the Pacific Ocean.
|Riverside City Fire|
City of Riverside, CA Fire Dept. Dispatch, Cmd2 and Cmd3 response channels.
|Riverside County CHP, Corona Police and Fire Dispatch|
Live Audio From Corona Police and Fire including Riverside County CHP.
|W6ZN 145.2800 MHz Palomar Mt. Repeater|
Palomar Mountain/Monument Peak •
San Diego/Imperial/Riverside/San Bernardino County coverage. Frequently interesting discussion.
|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.