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M0075/10 (Issued for KBYS R2502E R2502N) – AIR/GROUND FACILITY TEMPORARILY REPLACED BY; DESERT RADIO AIC
FREQ FM41.50 OTS UFN, FREQ HAS CHANGED TO 36.80. THIS FREQ IS
PRIMARILY USED SOUTH OF THE 20 GRIDLINE AND NORTH OF THE 00 GRILINES,
IN THE CENTRAL COORIDOR. POC AIR TFC MGR 760-380-6369 (DSN 470). 19 APR 22:03
2010 UNTIL 31 MAY 23:59 2010. CREATED: 19 APR 22:04 2010
M0073/10 (Issued for KBYS R2502E R2502N) – AIR/GROUND FACILITY TEMPORARILY REPLACED BY; DESERT RADIO AIC
FREQ FM41.00 OTS UFN, FREQ HAS CHANGED TO 36.525. THIS FREQ IS
PRIMARILY USED SOUTH OF THE 00 GRIDLINE IN THE SOUTHERN COORIDOR. POC
AIR TFC MGR 760-380-6369 (DSN 470). 19 APR 22:01 2010 UNTIL 31 MAY 23:59 2010.
CREATED: 19 APR 22:02 2010
M0052/10 – BASE OPERATIONS: FREQUENCY 134.1 AND 36.70FM, CALL SIGN “BIKE
OPS” IS STAFFED, OPEN AND OPERATIONAL, PHONE—760-380-4320 (DSN 470).
POL/FUEL REQUESTS SHALL BE REQUESTED THROUGH BIKE OPS. POC AFLD MGR
760-380-4326 OR ATC MGR 760-380-6369. 30 MAR 16:00 2010 UNTIL 15 JUN 23:59 2010.
CREATED: 30 MAR 16:07 2010
L0317/10 – FOR SADL USERS, TO MINIMIZE INTERFERENCE FOR DRONE TESTS AT POINT
MUGU, REQUEST ALL SADL UNITS WITHIN LINE-OF-SIGHT AND 30 NM OF LAGUNA
PEAK (34-06N 119-04W), AND/OR WITHIN 30 NM OF SAN NICHOLAS ISLAND
(33-15N 119-31W), UTILIZE PROCEDURES TO KEEP A 3 MHZ CLEAR OF
FREQUENCIES: 438.0 MHZ. IF REQUIRED TO FLY WITHIN THE 30 NM SNTC
RESTRICTION, USE SADL CHANNELS 6 & 7 ONLY. 10 MAY 14:00 2010 UNTIL 10 MAY 23:59
2010. CREATED: 07 MAY 14:51 2010
Here are the new freqs that belong to the LACC.
44.9400 | 186.2 | BLACK | CENTRAL LOS ANGELES
45.4200 | 186.2 | BLUE | DIVISION WIDE
44.7400 | 186.2 | BROWN | ALTADENA
39.4000 | 186.2 | GOLD | SANTA FE SPRINGS
45.0200 | 186.2 | ORANGE | BALDWIN PARK
44.6200 | 186.2 | PINK | WEST LOS ANGELES
45.7000 | 186.2 | TAN | NEWHALL / ANTELOPE VALLEY
45.5200 | 186.2 | TEAL | WEST VALLEY
39.2200 | 186.2 | WHITE | SOUTH LOS ANGELES
45.5000 | 186.2 | YELLOW | EAST LOS ANGELES
Testing began on the new Teal last night and is continuing as I type this. So far the channel is useable from Quartz Hill to Artesia and from Malibu to Glendale. The new Teal even works in areas the new Tan is supposed to reach but doesnt. Id say the new system is money well spent.
If your scanner is a little quieter than usual its because the CHP is in the process of upgrading their communications system. Part of the upgrade involves all new frequencies. 42.420 which has been home to CHP Newhall for well over 40 years is no more. You can now find our local CHP on 45.7000 and guess what, they’re no longer full duplex, you can now hear both sides of the conversation. I have all of the new freqs and its gonna take me some time to type up an understandable list, when im done I will post an update.