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1 In God We Trust All Others We Monitor FEBRUARY 2011 Serving The Scanner Radio Community Since 1988 Formally R.C.M.A. West Los Angeles Chapter AS THE YEARS GO BY! EQUIPMENT FROM L.A.F.D. s PAST ( Photos from: Rick, LA 101 / Ernest SBD 403 ) Keeping The Scanner Community Informed! INSIDE THIS ISSUE Club News / Frequency News / New Members / Club Tour Raytheon Plans Public-Safety Technology Center in Los Angeles FCC Authorizes RelmP25 Mobile Radios / New Book On The Market L.A. City Fire Department Frequencies /

2 GUEST SPEAKER WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEETING ( 02 / 09 / 2011) Our very own member VEN-701 Brian Humphery of the Los Angeles City Fire Department. (Members please remember to be on time for our guest speaker, thank you!) SCMA CLUB NEWS... From: Rick Di Fiore, LA-101 / WA6KFI Club President Hello Everyone, Well it looks like the club is off to a very good start for the new year and to welcome two new members to the SCMA family and they are: LA-142, Luis Fernandez-KD6OEE and LA-143, Phillip Fernandez-KJ6CKR, say hello to them at the next meeting. The club tour for to L.A. City Fire Station 80 is now set for March 5th, that is a Saturday again and we will meet at the Grinders Restaurant in Westchester, around 10:30 a.m. so everyone can have some breakfast or lunch before going to the fire station. The first Saturday meeting of SCMA members was off to a good start and if you can t make it to the 2nd, Wednesday Night of the month for the meeting Then please join us on the 3rd, Saturday morning at the Grinders at 10:00 a.m. and catch up on what you missed out on at the regular meeting! Well that s it for now, see you all Wednesday night. 73 s Rick,WA6KFI NEW BOOK ON THE MARKET From: WA6KFI Publications The latest in local repeater guide is out and covers all of Central, Southern California and Mexico. This is the most detailed guide published anywhere, includes: frequencies and tones, club and group names, repeater call signs, club nets, and site locations. This is our 7th year of doing a local repeater guide and the price has not changed like others have done! Our guide is still only $ pages of useful information with 7 maps to help you find sites. The repeater guide is available at the following radio shops: HCI - Halcon Communications, Inc., in Downey, CA. / HRO - Ham Radio Outlet in Anaheim, CA. / Jun s Electronics in Culver City, CA. and on the S.C.M.A. website using Paypal. More locations coming very soon! If your local radio shop does not carry the repeater guide just have them contact us at and we ll take it from there. ATT: FELLOW CLUB MEMBERS PLEASE REMEMBER TO SUPPORT OUR LOCAL RADIO SHOPS THAT WE HAVE IN TOWN. SURE IT S EASY TO GET THINGS OFF THE INTERNET! BUT CAN YOU TRUST THAT PERSON AT LEAST WHEN YOU DO BUSINESS HERE LOCALLY YOU HELP KEEP THE LOCAL RADIO SHOPS AROUND AND YOU KNOW THE PEOPLE WHO ARE HERE TAKE CARE OF YOUR NEEDS, NOT LIKE ON THE INTERNET. ALWAYS SHOP LOCAL BECAUSE IF YOU DON T, THESE FINE RADIO SHOPS WILL NOT BE HERE NEXT TIME YOU NEED SOMETHING QUICK!

3 FCC Authorizes Relm P25 UHF Mobile Radios FCC NEWS Relm wireless announced that its newest Project ( P25 ) digital mobile radios, the BK Radios KNG M400 and M500, received equipment authorization from the Federal Communication Commission for use in the United States. The radios provide interopersbility under the P25 standard These models represent our First new digital mobile radios In the UHF band, which now enable us to compete for opportunities and customers that previously were outside the operating scope of our product line, said Relm President and CEO David Story. We believe the KNG M400 and M500 will be well received by prospective customers, offering an extensive feature set and world-class performance. Raytheon Plans Public - Safety Technology Center in Los Angeles ( 01/24/11 ) Raytheon Employee Newsletter Raytheon plans to open a public-safety regional technology center (RTC) in Los Angels County this summer and is in the final stages of Selecting a location with about 25,000 square feet of space. The RTC will serve as the focus of the company s civil communications business in the western United States, providing test and research facilities, training, a maintenance and logistics center, and customer and system support. Up to 150 people will work there. For the RTC, Raytheon is creating a research capability tailored to public-safety needs and is forming a consortium of communications experts from across academia, industry and the public-safety community. This team will be dedicated to independently verifying future technologies for integration into an open architecture, standards-based system, validating backward compatibility with legacy systems, and testing proposed public-safety technologies. The mission of the Raytheon public-safety RTC will be to test and certify current and future technologies for use by public-safety agencies to enhance the effectiveness of our first responders and the safety of the communities they serve, said Dan Crowley, president, Raytheon network centric systems. This latest investment underscores our commitment to the public-safety market and will better connect first responders with the latest technologies and capabilities to help them save lives. California Highway Patrol Interoperability Solution CHP Communications Division The California Highway Patrol has begun a statewide initiative to upgrade Communications capability for their officers. The CHP Enhanced Radio System, the CHPERS project for short, is a multi phased project that will add 7/800MHz Project 25 mobile radios to all patrol vehicles and portable radios to all officers beginning in late 2009, with estimated completion in late The new equipment will complement the CHP s system wide radio enhancement effort, which will also include installation of local 700 MHz

4 California Highway Patrol Interoperability Solution base station equipment at all field offices and commercial vehicle inspection facilities. The addition of the new equipment will greatly improve the CHP s ability to communicate during critical incidents and responses with agencies operating on these bands throughout the states. Additionally, the CHP will begin using the 700 MHz channels acquired as the primary band for the vehicle repeater system used to connect officers to the low band radio when out of the vehicle. Patrol vehicles will find a new package of mobile radios covering VHF low band, VHF high band, UHF and 700/800 MHz, which will all be accessible through the vehicle repeater system. The first rollout has begun in Sacramento County. The CHP entered into a Secondary User Agreement with the Sacramento Regional Radio Communications System (SRRCS) allowing the new CHP portables to communicate directly with the law enforcement and fire agencies in Sacramento County and the City of West Sacramento without a manual patch. Through agreement with the City of Roseville, SRRCS also added Roseville s police talk groups to the new portables. As part of the COPS 2007 grant, SRRCS, with the cooperation of the CHP, is adding a low band transceiver at their head in and connecting it to an 800 MHz talk group; furthering SRRCS s interoperability with the CHP. DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration now uses P25 digital transmissions as well as analog and a few SCMA members have verified some communications in the clear PL Tone / NAC-156 in use in the Los Angeles and Orange Counties areas. Here is the updated list. DEA OPERATIONS REGULAR OPERATIONS Channel R LOS ANGELES METRO AREA Channel R STRIKE FORCE / SURVEILLIANCE Channel S Channel S SURVEILLIANCE Channel R Channel R Channel R DRUG STRIKE FORCE Channel R Channel S Channel R Channel R Channel R Channel R ( If there is something they do not want anyone to hear they will go Encrypted otherwise enjoy monitoring. )

5 LOS ANGELES CITY FIRE DEPARTMENT Serving with Courage, Integrity & Pride 2011 will mark the 125th Anniversary of the Department Today, the Los Angeles City Fire Department responds to more than 1,100 emergency responses every day. 3,600 uniformed members and civilian specialists protect four million people, and the department transports more than 500 people to area hospitals every day. OPERATIONS CONTROL DIVISION DIVISION 1 Central LA / East LA / West LA OCD R 85.4 DIVISION 2 South LA / LA Harbor Area OCD R 88.5 DIVISION 3 San Fernando Valley OCD R 91.5 DISPATCH: EMS South of Mulholland EMS R 94.8 ADMINISTRATION / ARSON Los Angeles - Citywide [ Shops / Supply ] ADM R 97.4 EMERGENCY TRIGGER Los Angeles Citywide EMG R DISPATCH: FIRES South of Mulholland OCD R DISPATCH: EMS / FIRES North of Mulholland OCD R DISPATCH: BRUSH / Alt. Disp. Los Angeles Citywide OCD R PARAMEDICS Los Angeles Citywide [ Unit to Unit ] EMS R COMMAND Los Angeles Citywide [ On Scene Command ] CMD R FIRE TACTICAL 12 Los Angeles Citywide TAC R FIRE TACTICAL 13 Los Angeles Citywide TAC R FIRE TACTICAL 14 Los Angeles Citywide TAC R FIRE TACTICAL 15 Los Angeles Citywide TAC R FIRE TACTICAL 16 Los Angeles Citywide TAC R FIRE TACTICAL 17 Los Angeles Citywide TAC R FIRE TACTICAL 18 Los Angeles Citywide TAC S FIRE TACTICAL 19 Los Angeles Citywide [ I - CALL ] TAC S FIRE TACTICAL 20 Los Angeles Citywide [ I - TAC 1 ] TAC S FIRE TACTICAL 21 Los Angeles Citywide [ I - TAC - 2 ] TAC S FIRE TACTICAL 22 Los Angeles Citywide [ I - TAC - 3 ] TAC S FIRE TACTICAL 23 Los Angeles Citywide [ I - TAC - 4 } TAC S FIRE TACTICAL 24 FIRE MUTUAL AID [ FIREMARS ] TAC S LAFD AIR Tower Ops. Los Angeles Citywide [ Helicopters ] AIR S ( AM ) LAFD AIR UniCom Southern California [ PD & FD Helicopters ] AIR S ( AM ) LAFD AIR UniCom Van Nuys Airport [ Helicopters ] AIR S ( AM ) LAFD AIR Primary Los Angeles Citywide [ Helicopters ] AIR S ( AM ) For more information on L.A. City Fire Department Air operations, Station locations, and Terms check out the WA6KFI Quick Reference Sheet number QRS 4A which is available at Halcon Communications in Downey, Ham Radio Outlet in Anaheim or at Ham City in Culver City.

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