US Forest Service - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest (NV)
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Humboldt/Toiyabe National Forest (Nevada side)
Repeaters (Forest-wide including those in Nevada)
110.9 "Tone 1" Slide Mountain southwest of Reno, NV Mahogany Mtn. at the south end of the Shoshone Mtn. Range in central Nevada 123.0 "Tone 2" Peavine Peak north of Reno, NV Masonic Mtn. east of Bridgeport, CA Bald Mtn. in the Monitor Mtn. Range in central Nevada 131.8 "Tone 3" Hawkins Peak near Markleeville, CA Austin Mtn. near Austin, NV 136.5 "Tone 4" Rawe Peak northeast of Carson City, NV Brock Mtn. near Tonopah, NV 146.2 "Tone 5" Lobdell AKA Pine Grove southwest of Yerington, NV Angel Peak on the east side of the Spring Mountain Range near Las Vegas, NV 156.7 "Tone 6" Mean Peak north of the Mountain Warfare Training Center on Highway 108 in Mono County, CA Bunker Hill in the Toiyabe Range in central Nevada Charleston Peak in the Spring Mountain Range near Las Vegas 167.9 "Tone 7" Corey Peak near Hawthorne, NV Mt. Jefferson in the Toquima Range in central Nevada
0 Forest Supervisor's Office in Sparks Nevada 1 Carson 2 Bridgeport 3 Austin 4 Tonopah 5 Spring Mountain National Recreation Area
Call signs are four numbers with the first always being a "7", which stands for the Toiyabe NF which is Forest number 17 in the Intermountain Region of the U.S. Forest Service. The next number is the Ranger District or the Forest Supervisor's Office. The third number is the function with 0 and 1 indicating the Forest Supervisor's or District Ranger's Primary staff, "0" for fire and "1" for the other functions. The other functions are then used in the fourth position and are a "2" for recreation, "4" for timber, "5" for resources, and "6" for administration. In the "0" category "2" indicates the fire management officer "3" through "5" are fire positions such as assistant fire management officers, the helitack supervisor, and battalion chiefs, and a "6" is the fuels management officer. The third position for people working under the Forest Supervisor or District Ranger's primary staff will have a number of 2 through 7 as follows: a 2 indicates recreation, a 3 indicates an engine, a 4 timber management (only on District 1, the only district with enough timber workload to have a timber staff), a 5 indicates resource management (timber on districts 2-5 and range management on all districts), a 6 is for administrative personnel, and a 7 is for patrols. The fourth number is the rank within the function.
So 7102 is the fire management officer on the Carson Ranger District, 7212 is the Recreation and Lands Officer on the Bridgeport Ranger District, 7315 is the Resource Officer on the Austin District, 7520 is the recreation supervisor on the Spring Mtn. NRA District, 7223 is a recreation technician on the Bridgeport Ranger District, 7431 is an engine on the Tonopah Ranger District, and 7171 is a fire prevention technician with a patrol engine with on the Carson Ranger District. 7000 is the Forest Supervisor, 7100 is the Carson District Ranger, 7002 is the Fire Management Officer for the entire Toiyabe National Forest, and 7006 is the Forest Fuels Management Officer.
Dispatch is called "Minden" and is located at the Minden Interagency Dispatch Center at the Minden Airport near Minden, NV. Other agencies in this center are the Carson City District of the Bureau of Land Management and the Western and Southern Regions of the Nevada Department of Forestry.
- 2019 - Reports of 171.4750 changing to 173.7750 and 169.8750 changing to 170.5250
|Channel #||Rx Freq||Rx Tone||Tx Freq||Tx Tone||Description||Confirmation/Re-Confirmation|
|01||171.4750||171.4750||Humboldt NF - Local - Direct|
|02||171.4750||172.2250||136.5||Humboldt NF - Spruce Mtn Repeater|
|03||171.4750||172.2250||146.2||Humboldt NF - John Hill Repeater|
|04||171.4750||172.2250||131.8||Humboldt NF - Deer Mtn Repeater|
|05||171.4750||172.2250||123.0||Humboldt NF - Meritt Mtn Repeater|
|06||169.8750||169.8750||Toiyabe NF - Local - Direct|
|07||169.8750||170.4750||123.0||Toiyabe NF - Bald/Peavine Repeaters|
|08||169.8750||170.4750||110.9||Toiyabe NF - Mahogany Repeater|
|09||169.8750||170.4750||136.5||Toiyabe NF - Brock Repeater|
|10||169.8750||170.4750||131.8||Toiyabe NF - Austin Repeater|
|11||169.8750||110.9||170.4750||146.2||Toiyabe NF - Angel/Lobdel Repeaters|
|12||169.8750||170.4750||156.7||Toiyabe NF - Bunkerhill Repeater|
|13||169.8750||170.4750||167.9||Toiyabe NF - Jefferson Repeater|
|172.2750||164.5000||103.5||Toiyabe NF - Leviathan Repeater||2018.08.25|
- National Incident Radio Support Cache - These frequencies are also used for active fire operations.