|California Highway Patrol - Border Division|
CHP Border Division Oceanside Area Radio Freq. 39.8 mhz
|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.
|Calopatria Fire||0 Listeners|
|Chula Vista Police and Fire|
CVFD, CV City, LE South Command, Blue 1, and Law Air.
|Escondido Fire||9 Listeners|
|Fallbrook Amateur Club Repeaters and CAL FIRE|
Fire Radio In North SD County. Surrounding Fallbrook, Includes: Rainbow, Bonsall, Camp Pendleton & More. Ham Radio Has Priority. **See disclaimer in notes**
|Heartland Dispatch||6 Listeners|
Heartland Fire Authority, Metro Fire on RCS, San Diego County Fire Authority. This feed is dedicated to monitor fire agencies in the southern and eastern portions of San Diego County.
|Imperial County Fire||2 Listeners|
|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.
|North San Diego County Public Safety||5 Listeners|
|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.
|PAPA System Analog Repeaters|
This feed is from the PAPA System analog repeater network including the "PAPA Bridge" DMR and P25 talkgroups (tg 31078) and D-STAR XRF012A. The PAPA System analog FM, D-STAR, DMR, and P25 repeaters provide extensive coverage of Southern California. For
|Rural San Diego County CAL FIRE and USFS|
This feed will provide radio traffic for US Forest Service and CAL FIRE, on incidents in the rural portions of San Diego County (Julian, Palomar Mountain, etc). + CDF 800mhz
|San Diego CHP Orange/Blue and the RCS Law Mutual Aid|
San Diego CHP (orange), CHP Blue 1 (conventional)..
|San Diego City and Poway Fire|
SDFR uses the cities 700 MHz P25 system. Dispatch 7B, Admin 7A Command Channels 7E, 7H, 8A, 8D, 8G, 8J, 9A, 9D, 9G, 9J and Fire Ground Channels Tac 7I, 8B, 8C, 8E, 8F, 8H, 8I, 8K, 9B, 9C, 9E, 9F, 9H, 9I, 9K -- Wildland South Cmd 8G Wildland North Cmd 9G
|San Diego City Police and Fire Dispatch|
Scanning SDPD Eastern, Northern & Western Dispatch & SDFD Dispatch/Command. For the southern half of the city use "San Diego City Police Dispatch" PD district unit numbers: Northern 100s & 900s. Eastern 200s & 300s. Western 600s.
|San Diego City Police Dispatch|
Scanning San Diego Police Southern, South Eastern, Mid City and Central Dispatch 1 and 2, plus event dispatch and tacs. For the northern half of the city use the "San Diego City Police and Fire Dispatch" feed. From the city's new Digital 700mhz system.
|San Diego County Eastern Public Safety|
Scanning CHP El Cajon & SD County & Heartland Fire on low priority. SD Sheriff has gone encrypted and can't be monitored.
|San Diego County Wildland Fire Operations VHF|
San Diego County XSD channels. Mostly the Command, some tac channels.
|San Marcos Public Safety|
This feed primarily covers San Marcos Fire. and other North County agencies. Sheriff is no longer included due to encryption. Note that the following can be heard on the shared talkgroups: Vista, North County (Fallbrook) Fire, Encinitas/Carlsbad LIfega
|South Bay Law Enforcement|
SDPD Southern, LE Mutual Aid.
|W6ZN 145.2800 MHz Palomar Mt. Repeater|
Palomar Mountain San Diego County. Frequently interesting discussion. Trivia Net Mon. 8:00 PM PT.
|WF6OCS 144.5050 MHz Oceanside CERT Repeater|
144.5050 MHZ - Oceanside Repeater