Town of Cary Trunking System, Fire-Rescue

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System Details:

The Cary system is a Motorola APCO P25 Digital multi-site 0596 simulcast system.

Cary migrated to a Motorola APCO P25 Phase I system in November 2014.  There are three simulcast sites and one communications tower at Town Campus.
 
Site 1:  The North Tower is at Old Reedy Creek Road behind the Town of Cary North Water Reclamation Facility.  South west side of tower, omni 
             antenna pattern.  Tower is visible from I-40 near Harrison Avenue.  269 feet AGL. 

Site 2: 
The Apex-South tower site is
located at the 1575 foot
Clear Channel tower site off 1010 Road east of Apex. The Transmit antenna is at 1270 Feet on the North leg. The receive antenna is at 1190 feet. 

Site 3:  The RTP Wake County tower site co-existing with the Wake County Radio System located on Highway 55 just north of I-540 Toll Road, Kit 
            Creek area.  West side of tower with omni antenna pattern.

Backup Conventional Tower backup repeaters are located at Ten-Ten and Apex Peakway Northeast of Apex on a 500 foot tower.  The receive is on the North leg at 480 ft. Transmit is on top @ 500 ft.   

The Emergency Backup for Cary in Conventional mode is:

856.0625  PL 192.8 hz  Fire Dept. backup repeater and Alert Station backup/Simulcast select.

854.5625  PL 192.8 hz  Cary PD backup repeater

854.0875  PL 192.8 hz  North Tower-repeater
Located at the Waste Water Treatment Plant on Reedy Creek Road.

154.2350  PL  110.9 hz VHF Transmitter/Repeater located at 316 N. Academy St. at Town Campus, Repeater is used for simulcast select on dispatch for voice 
                                  paging and two-way.

NPSPAC repeater also at North tower TBA later on repeater frequency. 

Cary Trunking Repeater System Frequencies

856.6625*  TRS Ch 1   Voice / Control Frequency digital
859.9875    TRS Ch 2   Voice 
858.9875*  TRS Ch 3   Voice / Control Frequency Analog
857.9875*  TRS Ch 4   Voice / Control Frequency Analog
856.9875    TRS Ch 5   Voice
855.9875    TRS Ch 6   Voice
854.3375    TRS Ch 7   Voice 
859.4875    TRS Ch 8   Voice
856.4875    TRS Ch 9   Voice
854.1625*   TRS CH 10  Voice / Control Frequency digital alternate


774.05625 MHz    Fire Dept. on scene Vehicle repeater

Cary P25 Talk Groups    


Decimal ID / alpha tag-use

4
6533     CFD DISP / Dispatch - Home talkgroup
46534     CFD Tac 2 / Fireground Operations

46535     CFD Tac 3   "         "
46536     CFD Tac 4   "         "
46537     CFD Tac 5   "         "
46545     CFD Tac 6   "         "
46546     CFD Tac 7   "         "
46547     CFD Tac 8   "         "
46548     CFD Tac 9   "         "
46549     CFD Tac 10  "         "
46544    
MAYDAY     Fireground Operations during RIC

46540    Training I
46541    Training II
46542    FD Invest
46543    FD Special
46538    Risk Management I
46539    Risk Mgmt II
46698   MFD Back UP
46532   All Talk Group (ATG) Simulcast on all talk groups.

TRI-NET Talkgroups Cary system

46692  MU AID 11 C
46693  MU AID 12 C
46694  MU AID 13 C
46695  MU AID 14 C
46696  MU AID 15 C


System Mutual / All Town of Cary Departments multi use public safety and town departments.
   

46660   System Mut 1
46661   System Mut 2
46662   System Mut 3
46663   System Mut 4
46664   System Mut 5
46665   System Mut 6
46666   System Mut 7
46667   System Mut 8
46668   System Mut 9
46669  System Mut 10
46670   System Mut 11
46671   System Mut 12
46672   System Mut 13
46673   System Mut 14
46674   System Mut 15
46675   System Mut 16


The Tri-Net Talkgroups are used By local agencies that have 800 Mhz capabilities in the triangle area. 

The Durham system has TRI-NET talkgroups that works off of their 4 sites.

Click Here for Durham Public Saftey Talkgroup list

6480  DUR LZ This works off Durham Frequencies

8912  Mu Aid 6
8944  Mu Aid 7
8976  Mu Aid 8
9008  Mu Aid 9
9040  Mu Aid 10


 

The National Public Safety Channels are used also. These are used for on scene communications and local communications were repeaters are on the air.  These 800 Mhz conventional systems use a CTCSS of 156.7 hz.  Originally assigned by the FCC to use as mutual aid between different agencies anywhere by any eligible 800 mhz Public Safety agency.  These were named the NPS or NPSPAC Channels back in the late 1980's.  Most recently they have been given the acronym 8CALL and 8TAC Channels (Interoperability Tactical Channels). Some agencies have adopted the standard names below on these channels.  All five frequencies have 5 repeater pairs and 5 talkaround/simplex channels.  

ITAC names                   output freq input freq.                   Repeater Location

8CALL 90  ~         866.0125 / 806.0125       Repeater "Call Channel" Wake County Training Center
8TAC 91    ~        866.5125 / 806.5125        "     "
8TAC 92    ~        867.0125 / 807.0125        "     "
8TAC 93    ~        867.5125 / 807.5125        "     "  Little River Tower
8TAC 94    ~        868.0125 / 808.0125         "     "  Northern Wake Tower 

8CALL 90 TA   ~   851.0125 / 851.0125      "Talkaround"
8TAC  91 TA   ~    851.5125 / 851.5125           "     "
8TAC  92 TA   ~    852.0125 / 852.0125           "     "
8TAC  93 TA   ~    852.5125 / 852.5125           "     "
8TAC- 94 TA   ~   853.0125 / 853.0125           "     "

 

Additional VHF Communication frequencies:

1
54.2350   110.9 hz VHF Transmitter/Repeater 
154.2800   No PL decode, encode 192.8 hz tone State Fire
155.2800   192.8 hz  State Rescue
154.3250   186.2 hz  Chatham County Fire East

USAR Simplex Communications, using 173.8 hz PL unless noted (Duplicated frequencies named for regional response).

Alpha 
        Freq          
USAR 1    155.160      
USAR 2    155.175      
USAR 3    155.205      
USAR 4    155.220      
USAR 5    155.235      
USAR 6    155.265       
USAR 7    155.280  (State EMS)      
USAR 8    155.295 
USAR 9    155.265  
USAR 10   154.265  
USAR 11   154.295

NCEM 1    453.5625
NCEM 2    453.1000  114.8 hz
NCEM 3    463.1875  
NCEM 4    468.1875
MURS 1U  151.8200  
MURS 2U  151.8800 
MURS 3U  151.9400 
State Fire 154.280

Aviation 1 126.100 AM 
Aviation 2 123.450 AM

 

Amateur Radio frequencies in Cary, NC  444.775+ 100 PL and 441.725+ 100 PL

Carolina 440 Audio Feed Click HERE

Amateur radio list @ www.carolina440.net 

 

For additional info and Law Enforcement Trunking IDs join and view these web pages at: 

Click HERE for Raleigh Fire - Rescue and Police Frequencies

http://www.cityfreq.com/nc/    .................................  City Freq.

http://www.strongsignals.net/index.cgi   ....................  Strong Signals Site

http://www.trunkedradio.net/   .................................  Frequency list and data files

http://www.radioreference.com/   ..............................  Frequency list and data files

http://www.qsl.net/dnc-ares/durpub.html   .................. Durham Freqs. & Talkgroups

http://www.bearcat1.com/free.htm  ...........................  Bearcat scanner freq. info

http://www.marinewaypoints.com/learn/vhf.shtml  .......  VHF Marine

http://www.radioreference.com/modules.php?name=TRSDB&sid=4087 ..  Wake County 800 Mhz

http://www.scannorthcarolina.com/index.php  .............  ScanNorthCarolina.com  

http://www.radioreference.com/apps/audio/?ctid=1978    Wake County, Raleigh, NC Audio Feed
  

Download a list HERE of local frequencies in numerical order


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