All Monroe County fire talkgroups on the new digital P25 Phase II trunk system.
City of Rochester Fire (Dispatch, Fireground East, Fireground West, Command, Staging)
Monroe County Fire Battalion 1 (Laurelton, Pt. Pleasant, Ridge Culver, Sea Breeze, St. Paul, Union Hill, Webster, West Webster, Irondequoit)
Monroe County Fire Battalion 2 (Barnard, Brockport, HMW, Hilton, Kodak, Lakeshore, North Greece, Ridge Road, Spencerport, Greece)
Monroe County Fire Battalion 3 (Brighton, Bushnells Basin, East Rochester, Egypt, Fairport, Mendon, Penfield, Pittsford, Perinton)
Monroe County Fire Battalion 4 (Chili, Churchville, Clifton, Gates, Mumford, Scottsville)
Monroe County Fire Battalion 5 (Henrietta, Honeoye Falls, Rush)
Monroe County Interop
Greater Rochester International Airport Fire & Rescue
Ontario County Fire (Operations, Hazmat, Mercy Flight, Bristol, Canandaigua, Cheshire, Clifton, Crystal Beach, East Bloomfield, Farmington, Fishers, Geneva, Gorham, Hall, Honeoye, Hopewell, Ionia, Manchester, Naples, Northside, Oaks Corners, Phelps, Port Gibson, Shortsville, Stanley, Victor, West Bloomfield, West Lake, White Springs)
Antenna: Diamond Discone at 40 foot height above average terrain
Scanner: Uniden BCD996P2 (primary receiver for digital trunk) and Bearcat BC60XLT-1 (backup receiver for conventional analog)
Receiver located in the Village of Webster, hosted on a dedicated RaspberryPi server for high availability.
All hardware powered through a dual power backup via battery and natural gas generator for indefinate runtime during long-duration power disruption.
While the feed is primairly pulling from the Monroe/Ontario P25 Phase II digital trunk system, we have the ability to switch over to quickly switch to older conventional analog radio system at any time based on need.