The scanner is a 1978 Regency Touch K100 scanner, it will be receiving primary Fire/EMS dispatch and paging for Hanover County, VA and will occasionally receive broadcasts from MedFlight/LifeEvac operations when patched on Hanover's dispatch channel. There is a slight hum in the scanner's receive, but audio will still be clear enough to understand. Note: Hanover County is narrowband, so audio on dispatch may be muffled, but still understandable. Scanner is located within Hanover county approximately 4 miles from the nearest repeater tower. Hanover county is using P25 radio systems but simulcasts all dispatches and pages over 158.760MHz (not sure what the narrowband frequency is at this time). Tone endcoders are Plectron models using Motorola Quick Call II and Plectron Fast Tone. Normally Motorola Quick Call is used for the Rescue Squads, and Plectron Fast Tone for the Fire Departments, on occasion DTMF tones will be used to alert certain fire station's outside warning siren. These are broadcasted on frequency 154.010MHz only.