How To Hear Local Ham And Fire Radio Over The Internet


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This built in player does not support tags, that display information on the frequency or talk group that is being received.

That feature helps in knowing what the transmission is related to. See below for some apps that do.

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Supported Windows 8 Applications

Smart Phone Apps:

Supported iOS Applications for iPhone/iPad/iPodTouch etc.

Recommended IOS Application That Supports Tags

Supported Android Mobile Applications

Recommended Android Application That Supports Tags

Where To Listen With A Smart Phone:

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US
California
San Diego (County)
Fallbrook Amateur Club Repeaters and CAL FIRE

Frequencies used for vegetation fires can be received locally VHF radio or scanner.

  • FARC repeater (146.175 MHz) has priority.
  • FARC repeater (445.600 MHz) has priority.
  • Camp Pendleton Fire, Dispatcher Only (149.775 MHz).
  • XSD CMD-21 (153.81050 MHz)
  • Cal Fire Monte Vista Dispatch MVU-1 (151.190 MHz)
  • Cal Fire MVU-2 (151.3325 MHz)
  • Cal Fire Command 3 (151.340 MHz)
  • Cal Fire Command 2 (151.265 MHz), if relevant.
  • Cal Fire Command 1 (151.355 MHz), if relevant.
  • Cal Fire Air Operations, if relevant.

For more information see: Fire Resources Page For Frequencies