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                             The Blue Pages
                                Aviation
AVL
 46.3000   Asheville Regional Airport       Authority
119.5750   Approach-Departure
120.2000   ATIS
121.1000   CTAF
121.1000   Tower
121.9000   Ground Control
122.9500   UNICOM
123.0500   UNICOM (Mission Memorial)
124.6500   Approach-Departure
125.8000   Approach-Departure
129.0000   Enroute Station
129.7500   Enroute Station
131.4500   Enroute Station
131.5500   Enroute Station
131.9000   Enroute Station
153.7550   Asheville Regional Airport       Authority
154.0700   Asheville Regional Airport       Authority
154.4450   Asheville Regional Airport       Authority
158.8350   Asheville Regional Airport       Authority
173.3625   Asheville Regional Airport       Authority
226.8000   Approach-Departure
257.8000   Tower
257.9000   Approach-Departure
351.8000   Approach-Departure

151.7450   Asheville   Jet   Inc.
151.8650   Asheville   Jet   Inc.
462.0500   Asheville   Jet   Inc.
467.0500   Asheville   Jet   Inc.


Airports within 50 nautical miles of AVL
Johnson City                        0A4   located   in   Johnson City, TN
Hendersonville                      0A7   located   in   Hendersonville, NC
Elizabethton Muni                   0A9   located   in   Elizabethton, TN
Jackson County                      24A   located   in   Sylva, NC
Donaldson Center                    7A1   located   in   Greenville, SC
Avery County/Morrison Field         7A8   located   in   Spruce Pine, NC
Shiflet Field                       9A9   located   in   Marion, NC
Asheville Regional                  ATL   located   in   Asheville, NC
Rutherford County                   FQD   located   in   Rutherfordton, NC
Greeneville-Greene County           GCY   located   in   Greeneville, TN
Greenville Downtown                 GMU   located   in   Greenville, SC
Greenville-Spartanburg              GSP   located   in   Greer, SC
Pickens County                      LQK   located   in   Pickens, SC
Moore-Murrell                       MOR   located   in   Morristown, TN
Spartanburg Downtown          SPA located in Spartanburg, SC


Commercial and municipal aviation within 120 nautical
miles of Asheville
118.0750   Tazewell County Airport Authority     Richlands          VA
118.1750   West Georgia Regional Airport         Carrollton         GA
118.2750   Rutherford County Airport Authority   Rutherfordton      NC
118.3750   Twin County Airport Commission        Hillsville         VA
118.4250   Russell County Airport Board          Jamestown          KY
118.4500   Blue Ridge Airport Authority          Spencer            VA
118.5750   Floyd County Airport Commission       Rome               GA
118.6000   Cumberland Airport Commission         Norton             VA
118.7000   West Georgia Regional Airport         Carrollton         GA
118.9750   Newnan Coweta Airport Authority       Newnan             GA
119.0000   Cobb, County of                       Kennesaw           GA
119.0250   Hazard Perry County Airport           Hazard             KY
119.0250   Fort Payne, City of                   Fort Payne         AL
119.1750   Roto Die Company Inc                  Meadows of Dan     VA
119.2750   North Carolina, State of              Asheboro           NC
119.4250   Middlesboro Bell County Airport       Middlesboro        KY
119.6750   North Carolina, State of              Andrews            NC
119.6750   Lincolnton Lincoln County Airport     Lincolnton         NC
120.1750   Big Sandy Regional Airport            Inez               KY
120.6750   North Carolina, State of              Jefferson          NC
120.6750   Mount Sterling Montgomery County      Mount Sterling     KY
121.1250   Taylor County Airport Board           Campbellsville     KY
121.2250   Pike County Airport Board             Pikeville          KY
121.5000   Cobb, County of                       Kennesaw           GA
121.6750   Tennessee, State of                   Winchester         TN
121.8000   Gwinnett, County of                   Lawreneville       GA
121.9500   Moody Aviation                        Elizabethton       TN
122.7000   Mountain Air Development              Burnsville         NC
122.7000   Greeneville Aviation Services         Greeneville        TN
122.7000   Donaldson Development Commission      Greenville         SC
122.7000   Oconee, County of                     Seneca             SC
122.7000   Johnson, County of                    Mountain City      TN
122.7000   Ashe, County of                       Jefferson          NC
122.7000   Wilkes, County of                     North Wilkesboro   NC
122.7000   Concord, City of                      Concord            NC
122.7000   Virginia, Commonwealth of             Richlands          VA
122.7000   Virginia, Commonwealth of             Marion             VA
122.7000   Piedmont Aviation Services Inc        Monroe             NC
122.7000   Twin Lakes Aviation Inc               Advance            NC
122.7000   Wilkes, County of                     Washington         GA
122.7000   Carpet Capital Aviation Inc           Dalton             GA
122.7000   Collegedale, City of                  Collegedale        TN
122.7000   Crossville Flying Service Inc         Crossville         TN
122.7000   Virginia, Commonwealth of             Dublin             VA
122.7000   Atlanta Northside Aviation Inc        Kennesaw           GA
122.7000   Virginia, Commonwealth of             Martinsville       VA
122.7000   Siler City, Town of                   Siler City         NC
122.7000   Orangeburg, City of                   Orangeburg         SC
122.7000   Griffin, City of                      Griffin            GA
122.7000   Lyons Flying Service Inc              Rainsville         AL
122.7000   Taylor, County of                     Campbellsville   KY
122.7000   West Georgia Regional Airport         Carrollton       GA
122.7000   Southern Ohio Aviation Inc            South Point      OH
122.7250   Clayton County Airport Authority      Hampton          GA
122.8000   Ruherford County Airport Authority    Rutherfordton    NC
122.8000   Elk River Development Corporation     Banner Elk       NC
122.8000   Morristown Flying Service Inc         Morristown       TN
122.8000   Shelby, City of                       Shelby           NC
122.8000   Hawkins, County of                    Surgoinsville    TN
122.8000   Cherokee, County of                   Andrews          NC
122.8000   Virginia, Commonwealth of             Abingdon         VA
122.8000   Blairsville, City of                  Blairsville      GA
122.8000   Blue Ridge Aviation Inc               Gainesville      GA
122.8000   Elkin Air Service Inc                 Elkin            NC
122.8000   Lancaster County Airport Commission   Lancaster        SC
122.8000   Pickens, County of                    Jasper           GA
122.8000   Virginia, Commonwealth of             Galax            VA
122.8000   Greene, County of                     Greensboro       GA
122.8000   Aiken Aviation Inc                    Aiken            SC
122.8000   Jim Hamilton Aircraft Inc             Columbia         SC
122.8000   Anson, County of                      Wadesboro        NC
122.8000   Stone Mountain Britt Memorial         Stone Mountain   GA
122.8000   Johnson Aviation Inc                  Sophia           NC
122.8000   Somerset Pulaski County Airport       Somerset         KY
122.8000   Wayne County Airboard                 Monticello       KY
122.8000   Cheraw, Town of                       Cheraw           SC
122.8000   Lafayette, City of                    Lafayette        GA
122.8000   Shiloh Aviation Inc                   Stoneville       NC
122.8000   Rockingham County Airport Authority   Stoneville       NC
122.8000   Richmond, County of                   Rockingham       NC
122.8000   Marion, County of                     Jasper           TN
122.8000   South Expressway Airport Inc          Jonesboro        GA
122.8000   Cedar Valley Aviation Company         Cedartown        GA
122.8000   Lewisburg, City of                    Lewisburg        TN
122.8000   Danville Boyle County Airport         Danville         KY
122.8000   Franklin, County of                   Sewanee          TN
122.8000   Mount Sterling Montgomery County      Mount Sterling   KY
122.8000   Gulledge Aviation Inc                 Maxton           NC
122.8000   Fort Payne, City of                   Fort Payne       AL
122.8000   Peachstate Air Park Inc               Williamson       GA
122.8000   Allendale, County of                  Fairfax          SC
122.8000   Newnan Coweta Airport Authority       Newnam           GA
122.8250   Stevens Aviation Inc                  Greer            SC
122.8250   Eastman Chemical Company              Blountville      TN
122.8500   Garrett Aviation Services             Augusta          GA
122.8500   Smith Air Inc                         Hampton          GA
122.8500   Georgia Forestry Commission           Macon            GA
122.8750   Federal Express Corporation           Greer            SC
122.8750   Vip Air Charter Inc                   Alcoa            TN
122.8750   Coca Cola Enterprises Inc             Atlanta          GA
122.8750   Georgia Pacific Corporation           Atlanta          GA
122.9500   Greenville Air Center Inc             Greenville       SC
122.9500   Tri City Aviation Inc                 Blountville      TN
122.9500   Appalachian Flying Service Inc        Blountville      TN
122.9500   Whites Aviation Inc                   Anderson         SC
122.9500   Anderson Aviation Inc                 Anderson         SC
122.9500   Stevens Aviation                      Knoxville        TN
122.9500   Clarke County Board of Commission     Athens           GA
122.9500   Emerald Aviation Inc                  London           KY
122.9500   Eagle Aviation Inc                    West Columbia    SC
122.9500   Heliserv Inc                          Chamblee         GA
122.9500   Krystal Aviation Company              Chattanooga      TN
122.9500   Krystal Aviation                      Chattanooga      TN
122.9500   Krystal Aviation Company              Chattanooga      TN
122.9500   Hangar One Inc                        Chamblee         GA
122.9500   Air Service Inc                       Greensboro       NC
122.9500   Augusta, City of                      Augusta          GA
122.9500   Fulton Jet Center                     Atlanta          GA
122.9500   Carolina Air Service Inc              Florence         SC
122.9500   Sutton Best Aviation                  Florence         SC
122.9500   Tri State Airport Authority           Huntington       WV
123.0000   Avery, County of                      Ingalls          NC
123.0000   Gatlinburg Pigeon Forge Aviation      Sevierville      TN
123.0000   Spartanburg, City of                  Spartanburg      SC
123.0000   Moody Aviation                        Elizabethton     TN
123.0000   Gastonia, City of                     Gastonia         NC
123.0000   Virginia, Commonwealth of             Wise             VA
123.0000   Monroe, County of                     Madisonville     TN
123.0000   Duncan Oil Company                    Copperhill       TN
123.0000   Jaars Inc                             Waxhaw           NC
123.0000   Muhlenberg County Airport             Greenville       KY
123.0000   Virginia, Commonwealth of             Grundy           VA
123.0000   Missionary Aviation Institute         Mocksville       NC
123.0000   Barrow County Airport Authority       Winder           GA
123.0000   Dayton, City of                       Dayton           TN
123.0000   Cherokee, County of                   Ball Ground      GA
123.0000   Dallas Bay Skypark Inc                Hixson           TN
123.0000   Floyd County Board of Commission      Rome             GA
123.0000   Russell County Airport Board          Jamestown        KY
123.0000   Darlington, County of                 Darlington       SC
123.0000   Raleigh County Memorial Airport       Beckley          WV
123.0000   Washington County Airport Authority   Sandersville     GA
123.0000   Virginia, Commonwealth of             Danville         VA
123.0000   Macon Air Park                        Macon            GA
123.0500   Memorial Mission Hospital             Asheville        NC
123.0500   Mountain Air Inc                      Franklin         NC
123.0500   Seymour Airpark Inc                   Seymour          TN
123.0500   Vertiflite Inc                        Maryville        TN
123.0500   Lincolnton Lincoln County Airport     Iron Station     NC
123.0500   Statesville Flying Service Inc        Statesville      NC
123.0500   Caro Wings Flight Service             Rock Hill        SC
123.0500   Carolinas Medical Center              Charlotte        NC
123.0500   Virginia, Commonwealth of             Richlands        VA
123.0500   Gwinnett, County of                   Lawrenceville    GA
123.0500   Elkin, Town of                        Elkin            NC
123.0500   Cartersville Bartow County Air        Cartersville     GA
123.0500   Virginia Polytechnic Institute        Blacksburg       VA
123.0500   Moore Regional Hospital Inc           Pinehurst        NC
123.0500   Moore, County of                      Pinehurst        NC
123.0500   Roanoke Memorial Hospitals            Roanoke          VA
123.0500   Stevens Aviation                      Peachtree City   GA
123.0750   Edwards & Associates Inc              Piney Flats      TN
123.0750   Summit Helicopters Inc                Cloverdale       VA
123.2000   Lockheed Martin Corporation           Greenville       SC
123.2000   Cessna Aircraft Company               Greensboro         NC
123.2000   Lockheed Martin Corporation           Marietta           GA
123.2250   Cessna Aircraft Company               Greensboro         NC
123.2500   Lockheed Martin Corporation           Marietta           GA
123.3000   Bob Jones University Aviation         Greenville         SC
123.3000   Moody Aviation                        Elizabethton       TN
123.3000   Saber Cargo Airlines Inc              Charlotte          NC
123.3000   Epps Air Service Inc                  Atlanta            GA
123.3500   Lockheed Martin Corporation           Marietta           GA
123.4500   Lockheed Martin Corporation           Marietta           GA
123.4750   Lockheed Martin Corporation           Greenville         SC
123.5000   Moody Aviation                        Elizabethton       TN
123.5000   Missionary Aviation Institute         Mocksville         NC
123.5000   Roanoke City Public Schools           Roanoke            VA
123.5250   Lockheed Martin Corporation           Marietta           GA
123.5500   Lockheed Martin Corporation           Marietta           GA
123.8750   Smyth Wythe Joint Airport Comm        Groseclose         VA
124.1000   Gwinnett, County of                   Lawreneville       GA
124.8500   Somerset Pulaski County Airport       Somerset           KY
124.9000   Lincolnton Lincoln County Airport     Lincolnton         NC
124.9750   Tennessee, State of                   Jacksboro          TN
125.3750   Tennessee, State of                   Knoxville          TN
125.4250   Tennessee, State of                   Athens             TN
125.9000   Cobb, County of                       Kennesaw           GA
126.1750   Tennessee, State of                   Livingston         TN
126.2250   Tennessee, State of                   Mountain City      TN
126.6250   Wilkes Airport Authority              North Wilkesboro   NC
126.7250   Tennessee, State of                   Morristown         TN
126.8500   Rock Hill, City of                    Rock Hill          SC
126.8750   Tennessee, State of                   Sevierville        TN
127.2000   Gastonia, City of                     Gastonia           NC
127.2500   Concord, City of                      Concord            NC
127.3250   Donaldson Development Commission      Greenville         SC
127.3750   New River Valley Airport Commission   Pulaski            VA
127.6500   Dalton, City of                       Dalton             GA
128.1250   Virginia Highlands Airport            Abingdon           VA
128.1250   Danville, City of                     Danville           VA
128.1750   Stanly County Airport Authority       Albemarle          NC
128.2500   Tennessee, State of                   Sparta             TN
128.3250   Danville Boyle County Airport         Danville           KY
128.4250   Tennessee, State of                   Greeneville        TN
128.5000   Stanly County Airport Authority       Albemarle          NC
128.6250   Gwinnett, County of                   Lawrenceville      GA
132.5500   Monroe, City of                       Monroe             NC
133.3250   Virginia, Commonwealth of             Blacksburg         VA
133.6750   Concord, City of                      Concord            NC
133.9250   Spartanburg, City of                  Spartanburg        SC
135.0250   Tennessee, State of                   Oneida             TN
135.0750   Tennessee, State of                   Dayton             TN
135.5250   Tennessee, State of                   Mc Minnville       TN
135.6750   Tennessee, State of                   Elizabethton       TN


Airports within 50 nautical miles of Atlanta, GA
Peach State                              3GA located in Williamson, GA
Cherokee County                             47A   located   in   Canton, GA
Berry Hill                                  4A0   located   in   Stockbridge, GA
Cornelius-Moore Field                       4A4   located   in   Cedartown, GA
Clayton County - Tara Field                 4A7   located   in   Hampton, G
Griffin-Spalding County                     6A2   located   in   Griffin, GA
Mathis                                      84A   located   in   Cumming, GA
South Fulton                                8A9   located   in   Palmetto, GA
Covington Muni                              9A1   located   in   Covington, GA
The William B Hartsfield Atlanta Intl       ATL   located   in   Atlanta, GA
Newnan Coweta County                        CCO   located   in   Newnan, GA
West Georgia Regional - O V Gray Field      CTJ   located   in   Carrollton, GA
Tom B. David Field                          CZL   located   in   Calhoun, GA
Monroe-Walton County                        D73   located   in   Monroe, GA
Peachtree City-Falcon Field                 FFC   located   in   Atlanta, GA
Fulton County Airport-Brown Field           FTY   located   in   Atlanta, GA
Lee Gilmer Memorial                         GVL   located   in   Gainesville, GA
Pickens County                              JZP   located   in   Jasper, GA
Callaway                                    LGC   located   in   La Grange, GA
Gwinnett County - Briscoe Field             LZU   located   in   Lawrenceville, GA
Thomaston-Upson County                      OPN   located   in   Thomaston, GA
Dekalb-Peachtree                            PDK   located   in   Atlanta, GA
Richard B Russell                           RMG   located   in   Rome, GA
Cobb County-Mc Collum Field                 RYY   located   in   Marietta, GA
Cartersville                                VPC   located   in   Cartersville, GA
Winder-Barrow                               WDR   located   in   Winder, GA


Goodyear Blimps
Here are a few frequencies you might want to monitor if you ever see one of the
Goodyear Blimps fly overhead. There are three Goodyear Blimps in operation in
North America, and a fourth is operated in Europe. The North American blimps are
stationed at three locations, one on each coast and one in-between. The airship
Enterprise, tail number N1A, is based in Pompano Beach, Florida. The airship
America, tail number N3A, is based near Houston, Texas. The airship Columbia,
tail number N4A, is based in Los Angeles.

151.6250   ground crew operations
132.0000   Blimp Operations
123.0500   Common Blimp port
132.0000   Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company
151.6250   Blimp Operations
465.9125   Blimp Operations
465.9375   Blimp Operations
465.9625   Blimp Operations


Civil Air Patrol
122.9000   Air Training
123.1000   Air Search & Rescue
143.9000   F-1 (Repeater In)
148.1500   F-1 (Repeater Out)
143.7500   F-2 (Repeater In)
148.1250   F-2 (Repeater Out)
148.1375   Local Operations
149.5375   Air Operations
149.8950   Packet
121.6000   Training Beacon
148.1500   National Simplex


Airports within 50 nautical miles of Charleston, SC
Berkeley County          50J   located   in   Moncks Corner, SC
St. George               6J2   located   in   St George, SC
Beaufort County          73J   located   in   Beaufort, SC
East Cooper              8S5   located   in   Mount Pleasant, SC
Charleston AFB/Intl      CHS   located   in   Charleston, SC
Summerville              DYB   located   in   Summerville, SC
Georgetown County        GGE   located   in   Georgetown, SC
Hilton Head              HXD   located   in   Hilton Head Island, SC
Charleston Executive     JZI   located   in   Charleston, SC
Santee Cooper Regional   MNI   located   in   Manning, SC
Walterboro Muni          RBW   located   in   Walterboro, SC


Airports within 50 nautical miles of Charlotte, NC
Lake Norman Airpark                   14A     located   in   Mooresville, NC
Goose Creek                           28A     located   in   Indian Trail, NC
Rock Hill/Bryant Field                29J     located   in   Rock Hill, SC
Sugar Valley                          31A     located   in   Mocksville, NC
Union County, Troy Shelton Field      35A     located   in   Union, SC
Anson County                          3A3     located   in   Wadesboro, NC
Wilgrove Air Park                     8A6     located   in   Charlotte, NC
Twin Lakes                            8A7     located   in   Mocksville, NC
Gastonia Muni                         AKH     located   in   Gastonia, NC
Charlotte/Douglas Intl                CLT     located   in   Charlotte, NC
Shelby Muni                           EHO     located   in   Shelby, NC
Monroe                                EQY     located   in   Monroe, NC
Davidson County                       EXX     located   in   Lexington, NC
Hickory Regional                      HKY     located   in   Hickory, NC
Hartsville Muni                       HVS     located   in   Hartsville, SC
Lincoln County                        IPJ     located   in   Lincolnton, NC
Concord Regional                      JQF     located   in   Concord, NC
Lancaster County-Mc Whirter Field     LKR     located   in   Lancaster, SC
Morganton-Lenoir                      MRN     located   in   Morganton, NC
Hiatt                                 NC1     located   in   Thomasville, NC
U S                                   NC5     located   in   Wingate, NC
Rowan County                          RUQ     located   in   Salisbury, NC
Statesville Muni                      SVH     located   in   Statesville, NC
Kirk Air Base                         T73     located   in   Lancaster, SC
Stanly County                         VUJ     located   in   Albemarle, NC


Airports within 50 nautical miles of Columbus, Ohio
Port Bucyrus-Crawford County    17G   located   in   Bucyrus, OH
Vinton County                   22I   located   in   Mc Arthur, OH
Newark-Heath                    2I8   located   in   Newark, OH
Knox County                     4I3   located   in   Mount Vernon, OH
Morrow County                       4I9   located   in   Mount Gilead, OH
Wynkoop                             6G4   located   in   Mount Vernon, OH
Darby Dan                           6I6   located   in   Columbus, OH
Bellefontaine Muni                  7I7   located   in   Bellefontaine, OH
Port Columbus Intl                  CMH   located   in   Columbus, OH
Pickaway County Memorial            CYO   located   in   Circleville, OH
Delaware Muni                       DLZ   located   in   Delaware, OH
Highland County                     HOC   located   in   Hillsboro, OH
Fayette County                      I23   located   in   Washington Court House, OH
Grimes Field                        I74   located   in   Urbana, OH
Union County                        I78   located   in   Marysville, OH
Hardin County                       I95   located   in   Kenton, OH
Airborne Airpark                    ILN   located   in   Wilmington, OH
Rickenbacker International          LCK   located   in   Columbus, OH
Fairfield County                    LHQ   located   in   Lancaster, OH
Mansfield Lahm Muni                 MFD   located   in   Mansfield, OH
Marion Muni                         MNN   located   in   Marion, OH
Packer                              OH3   located   in   Radnor, OH
Ohio State University               OSU   located   in   Columbus, OH
Ross County                         RZT   located   in   Chillicothe, OH
Bolton Field                        TZR   located   in   Columbus, OH
Ohio University                     UNI   located   in   Athens/Albany, OH
Madison County                      UYF   located   in   London, OH


Monitoring the Concordes at JFK
British Airways Concorde schedule

   Flight   1   Arrives:   09:20   Designator:   Concorde   One or Speedbird One
   Flight   3   Arrives:   17:50   Designator:   Concorde   Three or Speedbird Three
   Flight   2   Leaves:    08:45   Designator:   Concorde   Two or Speedbird Two
   Flight   4   Leaves:    13:45   Designator:   Concorde   Four or Speedbird Four

Air France Concorde schedule

   Flight 2 Arrives: 08:45 Designator: Concorde Two or Air France Two
   Flight 1 Leaves: 13:00 Designator: Concorde One or Air France One

Frequencies to monitor for Concorde arrivals

128.7000 Moncton Center (Canada) - The first VHF contact on inbound trips
125.9250 Oceanic Radio - The first high altitude contact with NY ARTCC is
                         normally made here, as the Concorde begins its descent.
                         This frequency is usually fairly quiet, so it should be
                         easy to pick up the Concorde when it first calls in
132.1500 New York ARTCC - The Concorde usually switches to this channel next
132.5500 New York ARTCC - Here the Concorde begins its descent towards JFK
127.4000 JFK Approach
125.7000 JFK Approach
134.3500 JFK Approach
132.4000 JFK Approach
126.8000 JFK Approach
119.1000 JFK Tower
121.9000 JFK Tower
121.6500 JFK Ground Control
125.0500 JFK Gate Control

Company Frequencies

129.1500 British Airways Frequency
130.1250 Air France Frequency

The Concordes usually use these HF frequencies over the open sea:

 5.5980
 5.6490
 8.8790
 8.9060
13.3060


Miscellaneous, state of Maryland
236.6000   Andrews Air Force Base Tower
289.6000   Andrews Air Force Base Tower
251.0500   Andrews Air Force Base ATIS
344.6000   Andrews Air Force Base Weather
294.5000   Andrews Air Force Base Approach
129.2250   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (American)
129.2500   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (Continental Maintenance)
129.3000   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (United)
130.1000   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (U.S. Air)
130.3500   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (Northwest)
130.4000   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (Continental)
131.0750   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (United)
131.2250   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (Continental Ops.)
131.7500   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (Northwest)
131.8500   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (Delta)
464.3250   Aeronautical Radio Inc.
856.8875   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (Washington National trunked)
857.8875   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (Washington National trunked)
858.8875   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (Washington National trunked)
859.8875   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (Washington National trunked)
860.8875   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (Washington National trunked)
856.4875   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (BWI trunked)
857.4875   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (BWI trunked)
858.4875   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (BWI trunked)
859.4875   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (BWI trunked)
860.4875   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (BWI trunked)
460.8750   Air France
151.8500   Allied Aviation Fuel
464.6000   America West Airlines
460.7750   American Airlines
119.4000   Baltimore Washington International Airport Tower
121.9000   Baltimore Washington International Airport Ground Control
127.8000   Baltimore Washington International Airport ATIS
115.1000   Baltimore Washington International Airport ATIS
118.0500   Baltimore Washington International Airport Clearance Delivery
124.5500   Baltimore Washington International Airport Approach/Departure
128.7000   Baltimore Washington International Airport Approach/Departure
119.0000   Baltimore Washington International Airport Approach
119.7000   Baltimore Washington International Airport Approach
133.7500   Baltimore Washington International Airport Departure
122.1000   Baltimore Washington International Airport FSS
122.2000   Baltimore Washington International Airport FSS
122.9500   Baltimore Washington International Airport UNICOM
453.9000   Baltimore Washington International Airport Police
154.1000   Baltimore Washington International Airport Fire
453.8000   Baltimore Washington International Airport Administration
154.9800   Baltimore Washington International Airport Utilities
257.6000   Bolling Air Force Base Tower
269.0000   Bolling Air Force Base Approach
322.3000   Bolling Air Force Base Approach
462.1125   Butler Aviation
460.8750   Continental Airlines (F-1)
460.7000   Continental Airlines (F-2)
460.7500   Continental Airlines (F-2)
460.8250   Delta Airlines
460.6750   Delta Airlines
460.7500   Delta Airlines
460.8500   Delta Airlines
 30.8400   Delta Airlines
154.5700   Delta Airlines
464.4500   Dollar Rent-A-Car (Washington International)
120.1000   Dulles International Airport Tower
121.9000   Dulles International Airport Ground Control
134.8500   Dulles International Airport ATIS
127.3500   Dulles International Airport Clearance Delivery
129.5500   Dulles International Airport Midfield Ramp Control
126.1000   Dulles International Airport Approach/Departure
126.6500   Dulles International Airport Departure
125.0500   Dulles International Airport Departure
122.9500   Dulles International Airport UNICOM
165.5000   Dulles International Airport F-1 (Operations)
165.7125   Dulles International Airport F-2 (Police)
164.8250   Dulles International Airport F-3 (Fire)
166.0875   Dulles International Airport F-4 (Maintenance)
165.6375   Dulles International Airport Police (Tactical)
409.3000   Dulles International Airport Mobile Lounges
415.1250   Dulles International Airport Mobile Lounges
460.6750   Northwest Airlines
460.8500   Northwest Airlines
460.6500   Northwest Airlines
340.2000   Patuxent NAS Tower
344.4000   Patuxent NAS Tower
276.2000   Patuxent NAS ATIS
356.2000   Patuxent NAS Weather
281.8000   Patuxent NAS Approach
314.0000   Patuxent NAS Approach
353.6000   Patuxent NAS Approach
143.1000   Pentagon Tower
231.3000   Pentagon Tower
241.0000   Pentagon Tower
138.5750   Pentagon Tactical
460.6750   Transworld Airlines
460.8500   Transworld Airlines
460.7250   United Airlines
460.6500   United Airlines
460.8000   United Airlines
460.7000   United Express
460.7000   U.S. Air
460.8000   U.S. Air
460.8750   U.S. Air
120.3000   Washington ARTCC
121.1000   Washington ARTCC
123.8500   Washington ARTCC
125.8000   Washington ARTCC
127.1000   Washington ARTCC
132.5500   Washington ARTCC
133.2500   Washington ARTCC
134.5250   Washington ARTCC (High Altitude)
135.2000   Washington ARTCC
135.4000   Washington ARTCC
135.5000   Washington ARTCC
135.5000   Washington ARTCC
135.5000   Washington ARTCC
119.1000   Washington National Airport Tower
120.7500   Washington National Airport Tower (Helicopters)
121.7000   Washington National Airport Ground Control
132.6500   Washington National Airport ATIS
128.2500   Washington National Airport Clearance Delivery
118.3000   Washington National Airport Approach (East)
124.7000   Washington National Airport Approach (West)
118.9500   Washington National Airport Departure (West)
121.0500   Washington National Airport Departure (West)
125.6500   Washington National Airport Departure (West)
126.5500   Washington National Airport Departure (East)
122.9500   Washington National Airport UNICOM
165.5000   Washington National Airport F-1 (Operations)
165.6625   Washington National Airport F-2 (Police)
164.8250   Washington National Airport F-3 (Fire)
164.4125   Washington National Airport F-4 (Maintenance)
408.1750   Washington National Airport FAA


Common airline ground support
460.650
460.675
460.700
460.725
460.750
460.775
460.800
460.825
460.850
460.875

The .0125 interstitial frequencies are low power (2 watts maximum).


Aeronautical frequency band allocation
108.0000 - 117.9500     Navaids - VOR & localizer, 50 kHz step
118.0000   -   121.4000   ATC - towers & ARTCC
121.6000   -   121.9250   ATC - airport ground control
122.0000   -   122.6500   Flight Service Stations,   50 kHz step
122.7000   -   123.5000   25 kHz default spacing, AM for voice
123.6000   -   128.8000   ATC - towers & ARTCC
128.8250   -   132.0000   Enroute - airline company frequencies
132.0250   -   135.9750   ATC - towers & ARTCC
136.0000   -   136.4750   Enroute - international
136.5000   -   136.9750   Enroute - domestic & international

UNICOM - Aeronautical advisory station at airport
122.7000   122.7250
122.8000   123.0000
122.9500               at airport w/ full-time tower
122.9750               above 10,000'
123.0500   123.0750    at heliports

MULTICOM - common frequency at uncontrolled facilities
122.850
122.900              primary CTAF
122.925              Fed/State natural resources

FSS - FAA Flight Service Stations
122.0000   122.0500    EFAS "Flight Watch"
122.1000               receive only (w/VOR)
122.2000               standard FSS
123.6000   123.6500    AAS Airport Advisory Service

Aviation Support - training, gliders, balloons, etc.
121.9500
123.3000   123.5000
122.7750   122.8500    aviation services

Miscellaneous
123.1000                  Search And Rescue - actual
122.9000                  Search And Rescue - training
123.1000                  control tower at special events
122.8250   122.8750       Enroute airline ops - local area
122.7500                  air-to-air - private aircraft
123.0250                  air-to-air - helicopter
131.5500                  ACARS - digital (airlines)


Airports within 50 nautical miles of Knoxville, Tennessee
Macon County                 1A5   located   in   Franklin, NC
Middlesboro-Bell County      1A6   located   in   Middlesboro, KY
Jackson County               24A   located   in   Sylva, NC
Meadowlake                   30A   located   in   Kingston, TN
Andrews-Murphy               6A3   located   in   Andrews, NC
Powell                       9A2   located   in   Knoxville, TN
Knoxville Downtown Island    DKX   located   in   Knoxville, TN
Gatlinburg-Pigeon Forge      GKT   located   in   Sevierville, TN
Campbell County              JAU   located   in   Jacksboro, TN
Mcminn County                MMI   located   in   Athens, TN
Monroe County                MNV   located   in   Madisonville, TN
Moore-Murrell               MOR   located   in   Morristown, TN
Rockwood Muni               RKW   located   in   Rockwood, TN
Scott Muni                  SCX   located   in   Oneida, TN
Mc Ghee Tyson               TYS   located   in   Knoxville, TN


MacKall Army Airfield, North Carolina
 38.9000   Range Control
 41.7500   Ground
121.0000   Tower
127.8000   Approach-Departure
139.3500   Range Control
141.4000   Pilot to dispatcher
246.0000   Range Control
304.6000   Tower
340.7000   Approach-Departure
367.2000   Pilot to dispatcher


Cherry Point Marine Corps Air Station, North Carolina
119.3500   Approach control
121.3000   Tower
124.1000   Approach control
125.9500   Clearance Delivery
128.6250   Ground control
132.5750   Departure control
263.6000   Clearance Delivery
268.7000   Approach control
278.8000   Departure control
306.6000   Pilot to dispatcher
340.2000   Tower
344.6000   Metro Service
354.9000   ATIS
374.9000   Approach control
380.8000   Ground control


Fort Eustis, Virginia
 38.4000   Felker Army Air Field operations
 40.6500   unknown
121.3500   Felker Army Air Field ground control
126.3000   Felker Army Air Field tower


Fort Story, Virginia
40.5500 unknown
41.5000 Helipad Tower


Langley Air Force Base, Virginia
 34.1500   unknown
 40.1900   unknown
 40.8700   NASA
 49.8300   NASA
112.3000   Langley Field Beacon
121.7000   Langley Field Ground Control
122.8500   NASA operations
122.9000   Langley Field UNICOM
125.1000   Langley Field Tower
126.7000   Langley Field Ground Control Approach
163.4625   Airfield Ramp net
173.5875   Fire Department/Crash Crews
173.6125   NASA Fire Department
173.6350   NASA

Norfolk Naval Air Station, Virginia
119.200   radar
120.700   Chanbers Field Clearance Delivery
121.800   Chambers Field Ground Dontrol
124.300   Chambers Field Tower
126.200   Nas Norfolk Heliport Tower (on request)
126.200   Chambers Field Tower (on request)
130.650   Chambers Field MAC Air Terminal
138.900   MAC Terminal
140.345   unknown (aircraft fuel)
140.800   Flight Line
141.000   unknown (crash & rescue)
142.025   Crash Trucks
142.480   unknown (crash-fire & rescue)
148.175   Ground Support
165.200   MAC Security


Oceana Naval Air Station, Virginia
 32.8600   unknown
116.6000   Soucek Field Beacon
119.6000   Soucek Field approach control
126.2000   Soucek Field tower
127.6500   Giantkiller arrival & departure
134.1000   Soucek Field ground control approach
135.2250   Giantkiller arrival & departure
135.7250   Giantkiller arrival & departure
135.8750   Giantkiller arrival & departure
140.1000   Hotel Services Crash frequency F1
141.0000   Crash crews
142.0750   Ground Support
142.7250   Fire Control ch 2
142.8000   Refueling Operations


Airports within 50 nautical miles of Nashville, Tennessee
Portland Muni                   1M5 located in Portland, TN
Lafayette Muni                  3M7 located in Lafayette, TN
Russellville-Logan County           4M7   located   in   Russellville, KY
Nashville International             BNA   located   in   Nashville, TN
Bowling Green Regional              BWG   located   in   Bowling Green, KY
Outlaw Field                        CKV   located   in   Clarksville, TN
Centerville Muni                    GHM   located   in   Centerville, TN
Hopkinsville-Christian County       HVC   located   in   Hopkinsville, KY
John C Tune                         JWN   located   in   Nashville, TN
Ellington                           LUG   located   in   Lewisburg, TN
Dickson Muni                        M02   located   in   Dickson, TN
Sumner County Regional              M33   located   in   Gallatin, TN
Lebanon Muni                        M54   located   in   Lebanon, TN
Cornelia Fort Airpark               M88   located   in   Nashville, TN
Springfield Robertson County        M91   located   in   Springfield, TN
Murfreesboro Muni                   MBT   located   in   Murfreesboro, TN
Smyrna                              MQY   located   in   Smyrna, TN
Maury County                        MRC   located   in   Columbia/Mount Pleasant, TN
Bomar Field-Shelbyville Muni        SYI   located   in   Shelbyville, TN
Tullahoma Regional Airport          THA   located   in   Tullahoma, TN


Binghamton, New York
129.5500   Miller Aviation
119.3000   Edwin A. Link Field Tower
121.9000   Edwin A. Link Field Ground Control
128.1500   Edwin A. Link Field Clearance Delivery
133.3500   Edwin A. Link Field Approach/Departure
122.4000   Edwin A. Link Field FSS
122.8000   Tri-Cities Airport UNICOM
121.7000   Tri-Cities Airport Clearance Delivery
118.6000   Tri-Cities Airport Approach/Departure
133.3500   Tri-Cities Airport Approach/Departure
151.8050   Tri-Cities Airport Operations


Cortland, New York
122.8000   Cortland   County   Airport   UNICOM
132.2250   Cortland   County   Airport   ATIS
118.6000   Cortland   County   Airport   Approach/Departure
124.6000   Cortland   County   Airport   Approach/Departure
122.1000   Cortland   County   Airport   FSS


Syracuse, New York
460.7750   American Airlines Inc.
460.7250   Business Express
122.9000   Camilus Airport CTAF
460.7250   Continental Airlines
460.8750   Delta Air Lines Inc.
120.3000   Hancock International Airport      Tower
121.7000   Hancock International Airport      Ground Control
132.0500   Hancock International Airport      ATIS
125.0500   Hancock International Airport      Clearance Delivery
124.2000   Hancock International Airport      Approach/Departure
124.6000   Hancock International Airport Approach/Departure
122.9500   Hancock International Airport UNICOM
154.9950   Hancock International Airport F-1 (Fire/Snowplows/Admin.)
154.3550   Hancock International Airport F-2 (Fire)
154.1000   Hancock International Airport F-3 (Maintenance)
139.6250   Hancock International Airport F-16 ("Cobra" Operations)
122.8000   Onondaga Aviation (Cicero) UNICOM
460.6750   Sair Aviation Inc.
122.8000   Skaneateles Aerodrome UNICOM
124.6000   Skaneateles Aerodrome Approach/Departure
460.8500   Syracuse Executive Air Service Inc.
460.8750   Syracuse Executive Air Service Inc.
460.8250   Trans World Airlines Inc.
460.7250   United Airlines Inc.
460.6500   U.S. Air Inc.
460.8000   U.S. Air Inc.


Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
855.0375   Airborne Freight Corporation
460.6500   Allegheny Airlines Inc.
119.5000   Capital City Airport Tower
121.9000   Capital City Airport Ground Control
134.9500   Capital City Airport ATIS
126.4500   Capital City Airport Approach/Departure
124.1000   Capital City Airport Approach/Departure
118.2500   Capital City Airport Approach/Departure
122.2000   Capital City Airport FSS
122.4000   Capital City Airport FSS
122.9500   Capital City Airport UNICOM
124.8000   Harrisburg International Airport Tower
121.7000   Harrisburg International Airport Ground Control
118.8000   Harrisburg International Airport ATIS
126.4500   Harrisburg International Airport Approach/Departure
124.1000   Harrisburg International Airport Approach/Departure
118.2500   Harrisburg International Airport Approach/Departure
122.9500   Harrisburg International Airport UNICOM
461.4250   Kerek Air Freight
460.7500   Northwest Airlines Inc.
463.6125   Stambaugh's Air Service
460.7000   US Air Inc.
460.7250   United Airlines Inc.


Wilkes Barre-Scranton, Pennsylvania
111.6000   Wilkes Barre-Scranton International Airport ATIS
119.9750   Hazleton Municipal Airport Weather
120.1000   Wilkes Barre-Scranton International Airport Tower
121.7000   Hazleton Municipal Airport Clearance Delivery
121.9000   Wilkes Barre-Scranton International Airport Ground Control
122.2000   Wilkes Barre-Scranton International Airport FSS
122.6000   Wilkes Barre-Scranton International Airport FSS
122.7000   Seamans Field (Factoryville) UNICOM
122.8000   Wyoming Valley Airport UNICOM
122.9500   Wilkes Barre-Scranton International Airport UNICOM
122.9750   Empire Sanitary Landfill Inc. (Taylor)
123.0000   Hazleton Municipal Airport UNICOM
124.5000   Wilkes Barre-Scranton International Airport Approach/Departure
126.3000   Hazleton Municipal Airport Approach/Departure
126.3000   Seamans Field (Factoryville) Approach/Departure
126.3000   Wilkes Barre-Scranton International Airport Approach/Departure
173.3125   Wilkes Barre-Scranton International Airport
453.7250   Wilkes Barre-Scranton International Airport
453.8250   Wilkes Barre-Scranton International Airport
453.9250   Wilkes Barre-Scranton International Airport
453.9750   Wilkes Barre-Scranton International Airport
458.5375   Wilkes Barre-Scranton International Airport
461.5875   Grumman Aerospace Corporation
461.9375   Grumman Aerospace Corporation
463.3625   Grumman Aerospace Corporation


Pennsylvania (miscellaneous)
122.8000   Decks Airport (Myerstown) UNICOM
118.2500   Decks Airport (Myerstown) Approach/Departure
122.8000   Donegal Springs Airpark (Marietta) UNICOM
127.0500   Donegal Springs Airpark (Marietta) Clearance Delivery
126.4500   Donegal Springs Airpark (Marietta) Approach/Departure
122.9000   Farmer's Pride Airport (Fredericksburg) CTAF
122.9000   Keller Brothers Airport (Lebanon) CTAF
123.0000   Millard Airport (Annville) UNICOM
126.4500   Millard Airport (Annville) Approach/Departure
122.8000   Reigle Field (Palmyra) UNICOM
122.9000   Bendigo Airport (Tower City) CTAF
122.9000   Chim Commercial Airport (Minersville) CTAF
122.8000   Schuylkill County Airport UNICOM
118.2500   Schuylkill County Airport Approach/Departure
122.1000   Schuylkill County Airport FSS


Presidential aircraft fleet
 34.3500   VIP Transport Net
 46.7500   Marine One operations/transport primary
 46.7000   Marine One operations/secondary
 46.8000   Marine One operations/auxiliary
142.7500   Command Post
162.6875   Air Force One phone patch uplink
165.0875   Air Force One communications
171.2875   Air Force One phone patch downlink
265.8000   squadron common
361.6000   Air Force One communications
375.0000   Air Force One communications
407.8500   Air Force One phone patch uplink
415.7000   Air Force One communications


Miscellaneous military HF
 4.724    U.S. Air Force Air to Ground
 5.598    International Airlines
 5.616    International Airlines
 5.696    U.S. Coast Guard (Aircrafts)
 6.501    U.S. Coast Guard (Ships)
 6.577    International Airlines
 6.604    Flight Weather Broadcasts
 6.673    NOAA Hurricane Hunters
 6.739    U.S. Air Force Air to Ground
 6.754    Canadian Air Force
 8.825    International Airlines
 8.846    International Airlines
 8.876    NOAA Hurricane Hunters
 8.891    International Airlines
 8.968    U.S. Air Force Air to Ground
 8.971    U.S. Navy, Atlantic
 8.983    U.S. Coast Guard Air to Ground
 8.992    U.S. Air Force
 9.023    U.S. Air Force
11.175    U.S. Air Force Air to Ground
11.232    Canadian Air Force
11.244    U.S. STRATCOM
11.282    International Airlines
13.200    U.S. Air Force Air to Ground
13.270    Flying Weather
13.282    Flight Weather
13.306    International Airlines
13.354    NOAA Hurricane Hunters


Airports within 50 nautical miles of Tampa, Florida
Airport Manatee                  48X   located   in   Palmetto, Florida
Hernando County                  BKV   located   in   Brooksville, Florida
Bartow Muni                      BOW   located   in   Bartow, Florida
Clearwater Air Park              CLW   located   in   Clearwater, Florida
Jack Browns                      F57   located   in   Winter Haven, Florida
Wauchula Muni                    FD0   located   in   Wauchula, Florida
Winter Haven'S Gilbert           GIF   located   in   Winter Haven, Florida
Lakeland Linder Regional         LAL   located   in   Lakeland, Florida
Plant City Muni                  PCM   located   in   Plant City, Florida
St. Petersburg/Clearwater Intl   PIE   located   in   St. Petersburg, Florida
Tampa Bay Executive              RRF   located   in   New Port Richey, Florida
Albert Whitted                   SPG   located   in   St Petersburg, Florida
Sarasota/Bradenton Intl          SRQ   located   in   Sarasota/Bradenton, Florida
Tampa Intl                       TPA   located   in   Tampa, Florida
Peter O Knight                   TPF   located   in   Tampa, Florida
Pilot Country                    X05   located   in   Brooksville, Florida
Arcadia Muni                     X06   located   in   Arcadia, Florida
Vandenberg                       X16   located   in   Tampa, Florida
Tampa North Aero Park            X39   located   in   Tampa, Florida
Zephyrhills Muni                 ZPH   located   in   Zephyrhills, Florida



Roanoke, Virginia
118.3000     Roanoke-Woodrum   Field   Airport   Tower
118.6500     Roanoke-Woodrum   Field   Airport   ATIS
119.0500     Roanoke-Woodrum   Field   Airport   Departure
119.7000     Roanoke-Woodrum   Field   Airport   Clearance
121.9000     Roanoke-Woodrum   Field   Airport   Ground
122.9500     Roanoke-Woodrum   Field   Airport   UNICOM
126.9000     Roanoke-Woodrum   Field   Airport   Approach
257.8000     Roanoke-Woodrum   Field   Airport   Tower
339.8000     Roanoke-Woodrum   Field   Airport   Approach
339.8000     Roanoke-Woodrum   Field   Airport   Departure


HF
This is a list of HF frequencies normally used for commercial aircraft
operations. All transmissions use USB, unless otherwise noted. These
frequencies are used while the aircraft are beyond VHF line-of-sight of the area
air traffic control stations. Flights on transoceanic routes are typically out
of VHF range for most of the trip, and therefore rely very heavily on HF
communications for instructions from the air traffic control (ATC) centers.

The International Civil Aviation Organization frequencies are listed first.
These channels relay ATC information, and the aircraft typically report
position, upper level weather conditions, and so on. The most common language
will be English.

02.850   -   03.155
03.400   -   03.500
04.650   -   04.750
05.480   -   05.730
06.525   -   06.765
08.815   -   09.040
10.005   -   10.100
11.175   -   11.400
13.200   -   13.360
15.010   -   15.100
17.900   -   18.030
21.870   -   22.000
23.200   -   23.350


ICAO HF
04.675   North Atlantic
05.598   North Atlantic
05.649   North Atlantic
06.586   Gulf of Mexico
08.825   North Atlantic
08.864   North Atlantic
08.879   North Atlantic
08.891   North Atlantic
11.279   North Atlantic
11.387   Caribbean
11.396   Caribbean
13.291   North Atlantic
13.306   North Atlantic
17.946 North Atlantic


Civilian and military aviation
118.0000   - 121.4000 Air Traffic Control
118.9250   Firefighting emergency air tactics
118.9500   Firefighting emergency air tactics
119.9500   Firefighting Helibase air traffic control
121.4250   Band Protection for 121.500
121.4500   Band Protection for 121.500
121.4750   Band Protection for 121.500
121.5000   Emergency Search and Rescue (ELT Operational Check, 5 Sec)
121.5250   Band Protection for 121.500
121.5500   Band Protection for 121.500
121.5750   Band Protection for 121.500
121.6000   CAP Training Beacons
121.6000   - 121.9250 Airport Utility and ELT Test
121.6000   Ground Control (air-to-ground)
121.7000   Ground Control
121.7500   Ground Control
121.8000   Ground Control
121.8500   Ground Control
121.9000   Ground Control (air-to-ground)
121.9500   Aviation Instructional and Support
121.9750   FSS Private Aircraft Advisory
122.0000   En Route Flight Advisory Service (EFAS)
122.0500   En Route Flight Advisory Service (EFAS)
122.0750   - 122.6750 FSS Private Aircraft Advisory
122.1000   Flight Service Stations
122.1500   Flight service (Aircraft transmit)
122.2000   Flight Service Stations
122.2500   Balloons
122.3000   Flight Service Stations
122.3500   Flight Service Stations
122.4000   Flight Service Stations
122.4500   Flight Service Stations
122.5000   Flight Service Stations)
122.6000   Flight Service Stations
122.7000   UNICOM - Uncontrolled Airport and Aeronautical Utility
122.7250   UNICOM - Uncontrolled Airport and Aeronautical Utility
122.7500   UNICOM - Air-to-air communications
122.7750   Aviation Instruction and Support
122.8000   UNICOM - Uncontrolled Airport
122.8250   Domestic VHF
122.8500   MULTICOM - Special Use and Aviation Support on Non Interference Basis
122.8750   Domestic VHF
122.9000   MULTICOM - Uncontrolled airports & search & rescue training
122.9250   MULTICOM - Plane-to Plane
122.9500   UNICOM - Airport with full time ATC or full time FSS
122.9750   UNICOM - Uncontrolled Airport
122.9750   UNICOM - high altitude
123.0000   UNICOM - Uncontrolled Airport
123.0250   Helicopters - Air-to-air communications
123.0500   UNICOM - Heliports
123.0500   UNICOM - Uncontrolled Airport
123.0750   UNICOM - Heliports
123.0750   UNICOM - Uncontrolled Airport
123.1000   Aeronautical Search and Rescue
123.1250   - 123.2750 Flight Test Stations
123.2000   Flight Schools
123.3000   Flight Schools & balloons
123.3250   - 123.4750 Flight Test Stations
123.4000   Flight Schools
123.4500   Air-to-air communications (unofficial)
123.5000   Flight Schools & balloons
123.5250   Flight Test Stations
123.5500   Flight Test Stations
123.5750   Flight Test Stations
123.6000   Flight Service Stations - Uncontrolled airports
123.6000   Airport advisory
123.6250   FSS Air Carrier Advisory
123.6500   Flight Service
123.6750   - 128.8000 Air Traffic Control
126.2000   Air Traffic Control (Military Common)
128.8250   - 132.0000 Domestic VHF (Operational Control)
129.2000   American Airlines
129.3000   United Airlines
129.5000   United Airlines
129.5500   Delta Airlines
130.1000   Delta Airlines
130.6500   Military Airlift Command
130.9000   Continental Airlines
131.4500   Delta Airlines
131.9250   Federal Express
132.0250   - 135.8250 Air Traffic Control
134.1000   Air Traffic Control (Military Common)
135.8500   Flight Inspection Use
135.8750   Air Traffic Control
135.9000   Air Traffic Control
135.9250   Air Traffic Control
135.9500   Flight Inspection Use
135.9750   Air Traffic Control
136.0000   Air Traffic Control
136.0250   Air Traffic Control
136.0500   Air Traffic Control
136.0750   Air Traffic Control
136.1000   Future Use UNICOM or AWOS
136.1250   Air Traffic Control
136.1500   Air Traffic Control
136.1750   Air Traffic Control
136.2000   Future Use UNICOM or AWOS
136.2250   Air Traffic Control
136.2500   Air Traffic Control
136.2750   Future Use UNICOM or AWOS
136.3000   Air Traffic Control
136.3250   Air Traffic Control
136.3500   Air Traffic Control
136.3750   Future Use UNICOM or AWOS
136.4000   Air Traffic Control
136.4250   Air Traffic Control
136.4500   Air Traffic Control
136.4750   Future Use UNICOM or AWOS
136.5000   - 136.9750 Domestic VHF (Operational Control and Special Purpose)
148.1250   Civil Air Patrol Repeaters - Secondary
148.1500   Civil Air Patrol Repeaters - Primary
156.3000   Aircraft-to-ship - safety
156.4000   Aircraft-to-ship - commercial
156.4250   Aircraft-to-ship - non-commercial
156.4500   Aircraft-to-ship - commercial
156.6250   Aircraft-to-ship - non-commercial
156.9000   Aircraft-to-ship - commercial
235.1000   USAF air-to-air refueling
236.6000   USAF Towers
237.9000   USCG Search & rescue
238.7000   USAF air-to-air refueling
238.9000   USAF air-to-air refueling
239.8000   FAA Weather
241.0000   Army/National Guard
243.0000   Military Emergency
252.1000   USAF air-to-air refueling
252.8000   USAF Tactical training
252.8000   USAF tactical training
254.6000   USN air-to-air refueling
255.4000   FAA Flight Service Stations
257.8000   Civilian Airport Towers
264.8000   Space Shuttle Chase
266.5000   USAF Air-to-air refueling
287.8000   USCG Search & rescue
287.8000   USCG air-sea rescue
300.6000   USN Air-to-air training
319.1000   FAA air traffic control
319.4000   Military Airlift Command
321.0000   USAF SAC secondary F-11
324.2000   USAF SAC F-14
324.5000   USAF SAC F-12
325.5000   FAA Weather
335.8000   USAF SAC F-17
336.6000   USAF SAC F-18
340.8000   USAF air-to-air refueling
342.5000   FAA Weather
344.6000   FAA Weather
346.4000   USAF SAC F-4
349.0000   USAF SAC F-13
349.4000   USAF Towers
359.3000   USAF SAC F-3
363.8000   FAA Air Traffic Control
378.9000   USAF tactical
381.3000   USAF A.C.C. Primary
381.8000   USCG - Primary
381.8000   USCG
383.9000   USCG secondary


Military airshows
Note: this list contains all known frequencies that the military has used during
recent airshows. Obviously, not every frequency will be used at each show.
 32.3000   Army Golden Knights Operations
 32.4000   Army Golden Knights Parachute Team (Operations)
 34.1500   Army Helicopters
 34.6500   Army Helicopters
 34.7500   Army Helicopters
 41.5000   Army Helicopter Towers
 42.0250   Blue Angels Ground Support Repeater Out
 42.3500   Army Golden Knights Parachute Team (Primary)
 45.3500   Army Golden Knights Primary
 66.9000   Air Force Thunderbirds
114.9500   Air Force Thunderbirds
118.1000   Air Force Thunderbirds
118.1000   Blue Angels Unknown Use
118.2000   Air Force Thunderbirds
118.2000   Blue Angels (possible)
120.0000   civilian airshow tower and show control frequencies
120.4500   Air Force Thunderbirds
120.4500   Stunt Coordination [Non-military flight teams]
121.9000   Blue Angels Ground Support
122.7450   civilian airshow control
122.9250   Army Golden Knights Freedom 1 & 2 Minijets
123.0000   Army Golden Knights Air to ground support
123.0000   Blue Angels Common Airshow
123.4000   Air Force Thunderbirds
123.4000   Airshow Common Frequency Nationwide [Non-military flight teams]
123.4000   Army Golden Knights Air coordination
123.4000   Blue Angels Common Airshow
123.4500   Air Force Thunderbirds Air-to-Air
123.4500   Airshow Common Frequency Nationwide [Non-military flight teams]
123.4500   Army Golden Knights Air-to-Ground support
123.4500   Blue Angels - Common Control
123.4700   Budlight Microjet (appears at air shows)
123.4750   Army Golden Knights Air-to-Ground support
123.5000   Army Golden Knights Air-to-Ground support
123.5400   Air Force Thunderbirds air show control
123.7500   civilian airshow tower and show control frequencies
124.0000   Army Golden Knights
124.9250   Air Force Thunderbirds air to air
124.9300   Air Force Thunderbirds
124.9350   Air Force Thunderbirds
126.2000   Air Force Thunderbirds tower
126.2000   civilian airshow tower and show control frequencies
126.2500   civilian airshow tower and show control frequencies
126.4000   Show Time Control [Non-military flight teams]
128.2500   civilian airshow tower and show control frequencies
133.8500   Airshow Control [Non-military flight teams]
134.1000   Air Force Thunderbirds
134.1000   Blue Angels Unknown Use
138.8750   Air Force Thunderbirds
140.0000   Air Force Thunderbirds
140.4000   Air Force Thunderbirds
141.3000   Air Force Thunderbirds
141.5600   Blue Angels - Maintenance Charlie
141.8500   Air Force Thunderbirds
142.0000   Blue Angels - Maintenance Alpha (Am) - Repeats Air-to-Air
142.0250   Blue Angels Maintenance Delta [NBFM, repeats/142.6250 in]
142.2600   Blue Angels Unknown Use
142.2650   Blue Angels Unknown Use
142.6250   Blue Angels - Maintenance Delta (repeats 142.0250)
143.0000   Blue Angels - Maintenance Bravo (Am) - repeats Air-to-Air
143.6000   Blue Angels - Maintenance
143.8500   Air Force Thunderbirds Victor 2 Secondary
148.1750   Air Force Thunderbirds
148.5500   Air Force Thunderbirds
235.2500   Air Force Thunderbirds
236.5500   Air Force Thunderbirds
236.6000   Air Force Thunderbirds
241.4000   Air Force Thunderbirds
241.4000   Blue Angels - Air-to-Air (2)
243.0000   Blue Angels Emergency/Mayday/Distress
245.9000   Blue Angels - Air-to-Air
246.4000   Blue Angels - Air-to-Air (Soloists ?)
250.4000   Blue Angels -Team Leader
250.5000   Blue Angels -Team Leader
250.8000   Blue Angels - Air-to-Air
250.8500   Air Force Thunderbirds Reported Leader Cues [Team Leader]
251.4000   Blue Angels - Air-to-Air
251.6000   Blue Angels
251.6000   US Navy Blue Angels
251.8000   Blue Angels - Aircraft 5 and 6 (?)
253.5000   Air Force Thunderbirds
256.2500   Blue Angels (possible) air-to-air
263.3500   Blue Angels - Flight Line Common (Aircraft Maintenance)
263.5000   Blue Angels - Air-to-Air
273.5000   Air Force Thunderbirds
275.3500   Blue Angels
283.5000   Air Force Thunderbirds
294.7000   Air Force Thunderbirds Reported Operations [air to air]
295.7000   Air Force Thunderbirds air-to-air
302.1000   Blue Angels - Talkback
302.1500   Blue Angels Comm 3 Solos [all 6 a/c]
307.7000   Blue Angels - All 6 Aircraft (Alternate)
318.9000   Blue Angels - Air-to-Air
319.7000   Air Force Thunderbirds
319.8000   USN Blue Angels
322.0000   Air Force Thunderbirds
322.3000   Air Force Thunderbirds
322.6000   Air Force Thunderbirds
322.9500   Air Force Thunderbirds Answers To 235.250 / Solos 5 & 6 Air To Air
328.4000   Blue Angels reported use
345.9000   Blue Angels - Air-to-Air (2)
348.6000   Blue Angels Ground Support (?)
349.4000   USAF Military towers
360.4000   Blue Angels - Soloists (?)
362.6000   Blue Angels Air Show Control (?)
382.5000   Blue Angels - air-to-air
382.9000   Air Force Thunderbirds
383.9000   Air Force Thunderbirds Air to Air
384.4000   Blue Angels - air-to-air
391.1000   Blue Angels - air-to-air
391.9000   Blue Angels - air-to-air
392.9000   Air Force Thunderbirds
394.0000   Air Force Thunderbirds
394.4000   Blue Angels - air-to-air
395.5000   Blue Angels - air-to-air
395.9000   Blue Angels - air-to-air
399.0000   Blue Angels
413.0000   Air Force Thunderbirds Ground   Support   [reported]
413.0250   Air Force Thunderbirds ground   support   crews
413.0750   Air Force Thunderbirds ground   support   crews
413.1000   Air Force Thunderbirds ground   support   crews
413.1500   Air Force Thunderbirds ground   support   crews
413.2750   Air Force Thunderbirds ground   support   crews
413.3500   Air Force Thunderbirds ground   support   crews
413.4000   Air Force Thunderbirds ground   support   crews
                 The Yellow Pages
              Asheville broadcasters
AM broadcasting in the greater Asheville area
Call   Freq City                 State    Day    Night Crit/Hrs   Ant

WWNC    570   Asheville          NC       5000   5000             Dan
WCAB    590   Rutherfordton      NC        500    228             Nd1
WNEG    630   Toccoa             GA        500     44             Nd1
WESC    660   Greenville         SC      50000          10000     Ndd
WRGC    680   Sylva              NC       1000    250             Dan
WGCR    720   Pisgah Forest      NC      10000                    Ndd
WOHS    730   Shelby             NC       1000    168             Nd1
WCIS    760   Morganton          NC        500                    Ndd
WWOL    780   Forest City        NC      10000                    Ndd
WETB    790   Johnson City       TN       5000     72             Nd1
WPJM    800   Greer              SC       1000    438             Nd1
WLBG    860   Laurens            SC       1000     12             Nd1
WPWT    870   Colonial Heights   TN      10000                    Ndd
WTZY    880   Fairview           NC        350                    Ndd
WORD    910   Spartanburg        SC       3600    890             Da2
WJCW    910   Johnson City       TN       5000   1000             Dan
WPTL    920   Canton             NC        500                    Ndd
WKYK    940   Burnsville         NC       4600    250             Dan
WSPA    950   Spartanburg        SC       5000   5000             Dan
WWIT    970   Canton             NC       5000     30             Nd1
WGOG   1000   Walhalla           SC       1000                    Ndd
WFGW   1010   Black Mountain     NC      50000    500   19000     Da3
WFSC   1050   Franklin           NC       1000    153             Nd1
WNPC   1060   Newport            TN       1000                    Ndd
WHYZ   1070   Sans Souci         SC      50000   1500             Da2
WKGX   1080   Lenoir             NC       5000           2500     Ndd
WKCV   1090   Kingsport          TN      10000           1800     Ndd
WECR   1130   Newland            NC       1000                    Ndd
WSNW   1150   Seneca             SC       1000     58             Nd1
WCRK   1150   Morristown         TN       5000    500             Dan
WJFJ   1160   Tryon              NC      10000    500             Dan
WFGN   1180   Gaffney            SC       2500                    Ndd
WSKY   1230   Asheville          NC       1000   1000             Nd1
WAIM   1230   Anderson           SC       1000   1000             Nd1
WSQL   1240   Brevard            NC       1000   1000             Nd1
WBEJ   1240   Elizabethton       TN       1000   1000             Nd1
WBRM   1250   Marion             NC       5000     62             Nd1
WMUU   1260   Greenville         SC       5000     15             Nd1
WLIK   1270   Newport            TN       5000    500             Dan
WANS   1280   Anderson           SC       5000   1000             Dan
WCKI   1300   Greer              SC       1000                    Ndd
WMTN   1300   Morristown         TN       5000     96             Nd1
WISE   1310   Asheville          NC       5000   1000             Dan
WAGY   1320   Forest City        NC       1000    500             Dan
WYRD   1330   Greenville         SC       5000   5000             Dan
WALH   1340   Mountain City      GA       1000   1000             Nd1
WJRI   1340   Lenoir                      NC    1000      1000              Nd1
WGRV   1340   Greeneville                 TN    1000      1000              Nd1
WTZK   1350   Black Mountain              NC    1000        74              Ndd
WELP   1360   Easley                      SC    1000        36              Nd1
WGHC   1370   Clayton                     GA    2500                        Ndd
WRGS   1370   Rogersville                 TN    1000                        Ndd
WKJV   1380   Asheville                   NC    5000      1000              Dan
WADA   1390   Shelby                      NC    1000       500              Dan
WHPB   1390   Belton                      SC    1000                        Ndd
WMCT   1390   Mountain City               TN    1000                        Ndd
WHCC   1400   Waynesville                 NC    1000      1000              Nd1
WMMZ   1400   Spartanburg                 SC    1000      1000              Nd1
WLET   1420   Toccoa                      GA    5000        73              Nd1
WEMB   1420   Erwin                       TN    5000                        Ndd
WMNC   1430   Morganton                   NC    5000      1000              Dan
WGVL   1440   Greenville                  SC    5000      5000              Dan
WATA   1450   Boone                       NC    1000      1000              Nd1
WHKP   1450   Hendersonville              NC     990       990              Nd1
WSMG   1450   Greeneville                 TN    1000      1000              Nd1
WHBK   1460   Marshall                    NC    5000       139              Nd1
WBCU   1460   Union                       SC    1000      1000              Dan
WTOE   1470   Spruce Pine                 NC    5000       103              Nd1
WPFJ   1480   Franklin                    NC    5000        13              Nd1
WJFC   1480   Jefferson City              TN     500                        Ndd
WSVM   1490   Valdese                     NC    1000      1000              Nd1
WPCI   1490   Greenville                  SC    1000      1000              Nd1
WEAC   1500   Gaffney                     SC    1000                  500   Ndd
WXIT   1510   Blowing Rock                NC    1000                  250   Ndd
WJKI   1510   Woodruff                    SC    1000                  250   Ndd
WGMA   1520   Spindale                    NC     500                        Ndd
WKPP   1520   Elizabethton                TN    1000               500      Ndd
WASC   1530   Spartanburg                 SC    1000               250      Ndd
WTBI   1540   Pickens                     SC   10000              1000      Ndd
WAHT   1560   Clemson                     SC    1000               500      Ndd
WDAB   1580   Travelers Rest              SC    5000              1000      Ndd
WBHN   1590   Bryson City                 NC     500        37              Nd1
WKTP   1590   Jonesboro                   TN    1600      5000              Da2
WTZQ   1600   Hendersonville              NC    5000        21              Da2
WFIS   1600   Fountain Inn                SC    1000        25              Nd1


FM broadcasting in the greater Asheville area
Call          Freq City                        State    Day    Night Crit/Hrs

WCQS          88.1   Asheville                 NC       1600   1484   D
WSBF-FM       88.1   Clemson                   SC       3000    307
WGWG          88.3   Boiling Springs           NC      50000    399   D
W202AX(CP)    88.3   Greenville                SC        120    146
W202AC        88.3   Elizabethton, etc.        TN          0    380
WCQR-FM       88.3   Kingsport                 TN       1200   2441   D
WNCW(CP)      88.7   Spindale                  NC      17000   3877   D
WNCW          88.7   Spindale                  NC      17000   3840   D
WLFJ          89.3   Greenville                SC      41000   1106   D
WETS          89.5   Johnson City              TN      66000   2563
WDPA          89.7   Toccoa Falls              GA        100    118
W209AD         89.7   Clyde, etc.         NC        9   1816   D
W209AE         89.7   Cullowhee, etc.     NC        2    746   D
WEPR           90.1   Greenville          SC    85000   1188
WASU-FM        90.5   Boone               NC      340    640
WWCU           90.5   Cullowhee           NC      330    252
WVMH-FM        90.5   Mars Hill           NC      250    417
WUMC(CP)       90.5   Elizabethton        TN      500    195   D
W214AP         90.7   Johnson City        TN       10   2295   D
WRAF           90.9   Toccoa Falls        GA   100000    859   D
WYFG           91.1   Gaffney             SC   100000    658   D
WLFA           91.3   Asheville           NC      440   1264
W217AO         91.3   Anderson            SC       38    249
W218AD         91.5   Brevard             NC       10   1731   D
W218AD(CP)     91.5   Brevard             NC       10   1740   D
W218AB         91.5   Sylva               NC        5    923
WHCB           91.5   Bristol             TN     1500   2621
WTBI-FM        91.7   Greenville          SC     3700    499
WMNC-FM        92.1   Morganton           NC     6000    454
W222AG         92.3   Johnson City        TN        6   1639
WESC-FM        92.5   Greenville          SC   100000   2731
W225AA         92.9   Boone               NC       10   1740
WNPC-FM        92.9   Newport             TN     3100    606
WTPT           93.3   Forest City         NC    93000   2295
WFBC-FM        93.7   Greenville          SC   100000   2551
WMUU-FM        94.5   Greenville          SC   100000   1197
WIKQ           94.9   Greeneville         TN   100000   1865   D
W237AR(CP)     95.3   Hazelwood, etc.     NC      125   3185
W237AR         95.3   Hazelwood, etc.     NC       10   3185
W238AE         95.5   Beech Mountain      NC       10   2197
WMXK           95.9   Morristown          TN     1100    874
WMXK(CP)       95.9   Morristown          TN      920    914
WGOG-FM        96.3   Walhalla            SC     6000    728
WZRQ(CP)       96.5   Biltmore Forest     NC      280   1301
WPLS-FM        96.5   Greenville          SC        4    152
WRFR           96.7   Franklin            NC     6000    182
WPLS-FM(CP)    96.7   Greenville          SC       20    185
WXBQ-FM        96.9   Bristol             TN    75000   2535   D
W247AB         97.3   Greenville          SC       19    350
W249AR         97.7   Asheville           NC       10   1094
W249AH         97.7   Johnson City        TN        8    463   D
WPEK(CP)       98.1   Seneca              SC   100000   1069
WPEK           98.1   Seneca              SC   100000   1018   D
WTFM           98.5   Kingsport           TN    74000   2529   D
WSPA-FM        98.9   Spartanburg         SC   100000   2228
WAEZ(CP)       99.3   Elizabethton        TN     3600   1060
WAEZ           99.3   Elizabethton        TN     3800   1045
WKSF           99.9   Asheville           NC    53000   3206
WSSL-FM       100.5   Gray Court          SC   100000   1228
WZJS          100.7   Banner Elk          NC     1100   1194   D
WROQ          101.1   Anderson            SC   100000   1039   D
W267AD        101.3   Bryson City         NC       38    344
WQUT          101.5   Johnson City        TN   100000   1789
W269AY        101.7   Highlands           NC       10   1969
WECR-FM       102.3   Beech Mountain      NC      135   2374   D
WMYI          102.5   Hendersonville      NC    20000   2060
WMYI-1(CP)    102.5   Greenville          SC     1000    350   D
W276AL        103.1   Greeneville, etc.   TN       43   3081   D
W276AH(CP)   103.1   Johnson City, etc.        TN        0   3075
WSMG-FM      103.1   Tusculum                  TN     6000    505
WKVS(CP)     103.3   Lenoir                    NC      550   1045
WKVS         103.3   Lenoir                    NC     1000   1045
WOLT         103.3   Greer                     SC     2700    591
W279AI(CP)   103.7   Hendersonville            NC       10   1011
W279AH(CP)   103.7   Highlands                 NC       10   1792
WOLI         103.9   Easley                    SC     6000    417
WXIS         103.9   Erwin                     TN     2450   1109
WRBN         104.1   Clayton                   GA      480   1414
WRBN(CP)     104.1   Clayton                   GA      190   1908
WMXF         104.3   Old Fort                  NC     5600   1143
WMXF(CP)     104.3   Old Fort                  NC     6000   1112   D
WEYE         104.3   Surgoinsville             TN     4400    597
WHLC         104.5   Highlands                 NC      245   1792
W284AL(CP)   104.7   Morristown                TN       10    579
W285DG       104.9   Boone                     NC      250   1786   D
WQNS         104.9   Waynesville               NC      245   1917
WCCP-FM      104.9   Clemson                   SC     6000    356
WAGI-FM      105.3   Gaffney                   SC   100000   1264
W290AE       105.9   Laurens                   SC       55    182
WSTE-FM      106.1   Toccoa                    GA   100000   1429
W292CJ       106.3   Asheville                 NC      250    554
WJDT         106.5   Rogersville               TN      300   1469   D
WMIT         106.9   Black Mountain            NC    36000   3986
WJMZ-FM      107.3   Anderson                  SC   100000    999
W298AJ(CP)   107.5   Boone                     NC       10   1639


Television broadcasting
Ch   Range (MHz)     Video      Audio
--   -----------    ------     ------
2     54 - 60       55.250     59.750
3     60 - 66       61.250     65.750
4     66 - 72       67.250     71.750
5     76 - 82       77.250     81.750
6     82 - 88       83.250     87.750
7    174 - 180     175.250    179.750
8    180 - 186     181.250    185.750
9    186 - 192     187.250    191.750
10   192 - 198     193.250    197.750
11   198 - 204     199.250    203.750
12   204 - 210     205.250    209.750
13   210 - 216     211.250    215.750
14   470 - 476     471.250    475.750     }                         |
15   476 - 482     477.250    481.750     } Range for Ch. N         |
..   ... - ...     .......    .......     }   low = 386 + 6*N       |
68   794 - 800     795.250    799.750     }   high = 392 + 6*N      |
69   800 - 806     801.250    805.750     } audio = 391.75 + 6*N    |

Note the gaps between channels 4 and 5, 6 and 7, and 13 and 14. Frequencies in
the 470-512 MHz range (Channels 14-20) may be assigned to Public Service mobile
use in major metro areas. No transmitters are allowed on 608-614 MHz (Channel
37).
Each TV channel is 6 MHz wide. The video carrier is 1.25 MHz above the start of
the range. The audio carrier is 0.25 MHz below the end of the range. Television
audio is wideband FM. Some TV stations may be offset +/- 10 kHz.


Short Wave International Broadcasters
 5.960   Canada
 5.975   England
 6.010   Cuba
 6.040   Germany
 6.165   Netherlands
 6.175   England
 7.325   England
 9.540   Spain
 9.755   Canada
 9.745   Ecuador
12.095   England
13.760   U.S.A.
15.155   Ecuador
17.795   Australia
                      The Red Pages
                   Asheville emergency
121.5000   Aircraft Emergency - civilian
155.4750   Nationwide Police Emergency
162.4000   NOAA Weather Radio - Asheville
243.0000   Aircraft Emergency - military
 27.0650   Citizens Band - Channel 9
 47.5400   Buncombe County Emergency Management
 47.5800   Buncombe County Emergency Management

Asheville City Police
Buncombe County Sheriff
North Carolina State Police
Asheville Fire
Avl crash & rescue
Marine Distress
Mutual Aid
American Red Cross
                          The Green Pages
                             Asheville
Bellsouth Telecommunications Inc.
935.3875   Bellsouth   Telecommunications   Inc.   Asheville
935.4000   Bellsouth   Telecommunications   Inc.   Asheville
935.4125   Bellsouth   Telecommunications   Inc.   Asheville
935.4250   Bellsouth   Telecommunications   Inc.   Asheville
935.4375   Bellsouth   Telecommunications   Inc.   Asheville
935.4500   Bellsouth   Telecommunications   Inc.   Gerton
935.4625   Bellsouth   Telecommunications   Inc.   Gerton
935.4750   Bellsouth   Telecommunications   Inc.   Gerton
935.4875   Bellsouth   Telecommunications   Inc.   Gerton
935.5000   Bellsouth   Telecommunications   Inc.   Gerton
937.4500   Bellsouth   Telecommunications   Inc.   Fairview
937.4625   Bellsouth   Telecommunications   Inc.   Fairview
937.4750   Bellsouth   Telecommunications   Inc.   Fairview
937.4875   Bellsouth   Telecommunications   Inc.   Fairview
937.5000   Bellsouth   Telecommunications   Inc.   Fairview
938.4500   Bellsouth   Telecommunications   Inc.   Asheville
938.4625   Bellsouth   Telecommunications   Inc.   Asheville
938.4750   Bellsouth   Telecommunications   Inc.   Asheville
938.4875   Bellsouth   Telecommunications   Inc.   Asheville
938.5000   Bellsouth   Telecommunications   Inc.   Asheville
939.4500   Bellsouth   Telecommunications   Inc.   Clyde
939.4625   Bellsouth   Telecommunications   Inc.   Clyde
939.4750   Bellsouth   Telecommunications   Inc.   Clyde
939.4875   Bellsouth   Telecommunications   Inc.   Clyde
939.5000   Bellsouth   Telecommunications   Inc.   Clyde


County of Buncombe
 45.3200   Buncombe,   County   of             Asheville
 45.3600   Buncombe,   County   of             Fairview
 45.4800   Buncombe,   County   of             Asheville
 46.4200   Buncombe,   County   of             Asheville
 46.5200   Buncombe,   County   of             Asheville
 46.5600   Buncombe,   County   of             Asheville
153.8000   Buncombe,   County   of             Asheville
154.8150   Buncombe,   County   of             Asheville
154.8750   Buncombe,   County   of             Asheville
155.2800   Buncombe,   County   of             Asheville
155.3400   Buncombe,   County   of             Asheville
155.4300   Buncombe,   County   of             Asheville
155.5650   Buncombe,   County   of             Skyland
155.6100   Buncombe,   County   of             Asheville
155.7300   Buncombe,   County   of             Asheville
155.8800   Buncombe,   County   of             Asheville
155.9400   Buncombe,   County   of             Asheville
156.0300   Buncombe,   County   of             Asheville
156.0900   Buncombe,   County   of             Asheville
156.1500   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
158.8050   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
159.1500   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
452.6750   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
452.7000   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
452.7250   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
452.7500   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
452.7750   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
452.8000   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
452.8250   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
452.8500   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
452.8750   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
453.8500   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
457.6750   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
457.7000   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
457.7500   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
457.8250   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
457.8750   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
458.8500   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
462.9500   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
463.0000   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
463.0000   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
463.0250   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
463.0250   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
463.0500   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
463.0750   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
463.0750   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
463.1000   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
463.1250   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
463.1500   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
463.1750   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville
463.1750   Buncombe,   County   of      Asheville


Carolina Power and Light Company
153.4550 Carolina Power and Light Co
153.5900 Carolina Power and Light Co
173.3375 Carolina Power and Light Co    Asheville
173.3375 Carolina Power and Light Co    Clyde
173.39625 Carolina Power and Light Co   Asheville
451.2000 Carolina Power and Light Co    Cove
451.2750 Carolina Power and Light Co    Asheville
451.3750 Carolina Power and Light Co    Skyland
451.4250 Carolina Power and Light Co    Asheville
451.4750 Carolina Power and Light Co    Asheville
451.5250 Carolina Power and Light Co    Clyde
451.5750 Carolina Power and Light Co    Clyde
451.6750 Carolina Power and Light Co    Skyland
452.5000 Carolina Power and Light Co    Asheville
456.1000 Carolina Power and Light Co
456.2000 Carolina Power and Light Co    Black Mountain
457.5000 Carolina Power and Light Co    Asheville
809.9125 Carolina Power and Light Co    Clyde
810.3375 Carolina Power and Light Co    Clyde
810.5875 Carolina Power and Light Co    Clyde
810.8875   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Clyde
811.3375   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
811.4125   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Black Mountain
812.3375   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
812.4125   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Black Mountain
813.3375   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
813.4125   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Black Mountain
813.8125   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Clyde
814.3375   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
814.4125   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Black Mountain
815.3375   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
815.4125   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Black Mountain
854.9125   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Clyde
855.3375   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Clyde
855.5875   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Clyde
855.8875   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Clyde
856.3375   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
856.4125   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Black Mountain
857.3375   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
857.4125   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Black Mountain
858.3375   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
858.4125   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Black Mountain
858.8125   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Clyde
859.3375   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
859.4125   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Black Mountain
860.3375   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
860.4125   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Black Mountain
935.9000   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
935.9125   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
935.9250   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
935.9500   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
935.9625   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
935.9750   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
936.0000   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
936.9125   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
936.9250   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
936.9500   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
936.9625   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
936.9750   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
937.0000   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
937.3875   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
937.4000   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
937.4125   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
937.4250   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
937.4375   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
937.8875   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
937.9000   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
937.9125   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
937.9250   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
937.9375   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
938.8875   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
938.9000   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
938.9125   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
938.9250   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
938.9375   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
939.0000   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
939.9500   Carolina   Power   and   Light   Co   Asheville
939.9625 Carolina Power and Light Co        Asheville


City of Asheville
 45.56000   Asheville,   City   of          Asheville
153.92000   Asheville,   City   of          Asheville
155.13000   Asheville,   City   of          Asheville
155.77500   Asheville,   City   of          Asheville
158.82000   Asheville,   City   of          Asheville
453.72500   Asheville,   City   of          Asheville
458.11250   Asheville,   City   of
458.67500   Asheville,   City   of
811.26250   Asheville,   City   of
811.48750   Asheville,   City   of          Asheville
811.76250   Asheville,   City   of          Asheville
811.98750   Asheville,   City   of
812.76250   Asheville,   City   of          Asheville
812.98750   Asheville,   City   of
813.76250   Asheville,   City   of          Asheville
813.98750   Asheville,   City   of
814.76250   Asheville,   City   of          Asheville
814.98750   Asheville,   City   of
815.76250   Asheville,   City   of          Asheville
815.98750   Asheville,   City   of          Asheville
856.26250   Asheville,   City   of          Black Mountain
856.48750   Asheville,   City   of          Asheville
856.76250   Asheville,   City   of          Asheville
856.98750   Asheville,   City   of          Skyland
857.76250   Asheville,   City   of          Asheville
857.98750   Asheville,   City   of          Asheville
858.76250   Asheville,   City   of          Asheville
858.98750   Asheville,   City   of          Skyland
859.76250   Asheville,   City   of          Asheville
859.98750   Asheville,   City   of          Asheville
860.76250   Asheville,   City   of          Asheville
860.98750   Asheville,   City   of          Asheville


Asheville area commissioned fire departments
 46.0800   West Buncombe Fire Department    Asheville
 46.4800   West Buncombe Fire Department    Asheville
151.0100   Enka Candler Fire Department     Candler
151.7150   Dana Fire & Rescue
151.7750   Edneyville Volunteer Fire Depa   Hendersonville
151.8350   Valley Hall Fire & Rescue Depa   Hendersonville
153.9500   Fletcher Fire Department         Fletcher
154.1450   Enka Candler Fire Department     Asheville
154.1900   Henderson County Fire Commissi   Skyland
154.2500   Henderson County Fire Commissi   Skyland
154.2800   Henderson County Fire Commissi   Skyland
154.3100   Mills River Volunteer Fire Dep   Horse Shoe
154.3100   Henderson County Fire Commissi   Hendersonville
154.3250   Reems Creek Fire Department      Asheville
154.3550   Skyland Fire Department          Skyland
154.3700   Henderson County Fire Commissi   Skyland
154.3700   Henderson County Fire Commissi   Edneyville
154.3700   Henderson County Fire Commissi   Bat Cave
154.4000   Fletcher Fire Department         Fletcher
154.4300   Henderson County Fire Commissi   Skyland
452.4500   Henderson County Fire Commissi   Hendersonville
453.0750   Cruso Volunteer Fire Departmen   Canton
453.7500   Center Pigeon Volunteer Fire D   Canton
458.0750   Cruso Volunteer Fire Departmen   Canton
460.5750   North Canton United Fire Depar   Canton
460.6250   Lake Logan Fire Dept             Clyde
465.5750   North Canton United Fire Depar   Canton
465.6250   Lake Logan Fire Dept             Clyde


Asheville area volunteer fire departments
150.9950   Mountain Home VFD & Rescue Inc   Hendersonville
153.8900   Mountain Home VFD & Rescue Inc   Mountain Home
159.1650   Mountain Home VFD & Rescue Inc   Mountain Home
465.6250   Clyde VFD


Great Smoky Mountain area (Federal Government)
 47.6200   Cherokee Indian Reservation
154.4000   Cherokee Indian Reservation Fire
155.0550   Cherokee Indian Reservation
155.1150   Cherokee Indian Reservation Police
155.2800   Cherokee Indian Reservation E.M.S.
155.3400   Cherokee Indian Reservation E.M.S.
162.4000   NWS Weather Asheville, NC
162.4750   NWS Weather Knoxville, TN
166.3750   Blue Ridge Parkway F-2 Input
164.6750   Cherokee Indian Reservation
168.7500   Great Smoky Mountain National Park   F-4
167.1500   Great Smoky Mountain National Park   F-2
167.1750   Blue Ridge Parkway F-2
168.2000   Great Smoky Mountain National Park   F-3
165.3375   Cherokee Indian Reservation
167.1500   Great Smoky Mountain National Park   F-1
167.1750   Blue Ridge Parkway F-1
166.3500   National Park Service
167.0750   Great Smoky Mountain National Park   Rangers
167.1500   National Park Service
168.0750   U.S. Forest Service
168.6750   Cherokee Indian Reservation
169.6750   U.S. Forest Service
169.8750   U.S. Forest Service
169.9500   Great Smoky Mountain National Park
171.6750   Blue Ridge Parkway Link
408.7250   National Park Service
411.8500   Blue Ridge Parkway Link
412.1750   National Park Service Police
415.1250   Great Smoky Mountain National Park   Link
Great Smoky Mountain area (North Carolina)
 30.9800   North Carolina State Forest Service F-5 (Tactical 2)
 31.4200   North Carolina State Forest Service F-2 (Tactical 1)
 31.5400   North Carolina State Forest Service F-4 (District 1)
 37.1000   Bryson, NC Local Government
 37.1000   Haywood County, NC Local Government
 37.1000   Jackson County, NC Services
 37.1000   Sylva, NC Local Government
 42.5000   North Carolina State Police
 42.7000   North Carolina State Police
 47.1400   North Carolina State DOT Unit-to-unit
 47.3800   North Carolina State DOT Operations
151.1750   North Carolina SBI/Wildlife Resources Commission Unit-to-unit
151.2200   North Carolina SBI/Wildlife Resources Commission Unit-to-unit
151.2950   North Carolina SBI/Wildlife Resources Commission Simplex
151.3250   North Carolina SBI/Wildlife Resources Commission F-12 (Simplex)
151.3550   North Carolina SBI/Wildlife Resources Commission Unit-to-unit
151.3850   North Carolina SBI/Wildlife Resources Commission F-11 (Simplex)
151.4600   North Carolina SBI/Wildlife Resources Commission F-10 (Simplex)
154.6800   North Carolina State Police
154.8750   Cherokee, NC Local Government
154.8750   Graham County, NC Sheriff
154.8750   Jackson County, NC Sheriff
155.1900   North Carolina State Police Base-to-base
155.4450   North Carolina State Police Mobile Extenders
155.4750   North Carolina State Police Nationwide Police Channel
155.8650   Graham County, NC Services
155.8650   Swain County, NC Services
158.7450   Haywood County, NC Local Government
159.2850   North Carolina SBI/Wildlife Resources Commission F-3/6/9
159.3150   North Carolina SBI/Wildlife Resources Commission F-1/4/7
159.3450   North Carolina SBI/Wildlife Resources Commission F-2/5/8
159.3900   North Carolina State Forest Service
159.4200   North Carolina State Parks & Recreation
168.6250   Statewide Air Tankers
168.6750   Asheville Air Tankers
169.1250   North Carolina State Forest Service Link to NFS
453.2000   Haywood County, NC Fire
453.3250   Haywood County, NC Local Government
453.4000   Jackson County, NC Fire
453.4500   Swain County, NC Fire
453.7750   Jackson County, NC Services
453.8250   Swain County, NC Services
453.9000   Swain County, NC Services
453.9750   Sylva, NC Local Government
460.4250   Swain County, NC Sheriff
461.5750   Great Smokey Mountain Railway
463.2500   Great Smokey Mountain Railway


Great Smoky Mountain area (Tennessee)
37.2600 Cocke County, TN Sheriff
42.2600 Tennessee Highway Patrol F-1
 42.4200   Tennessee Highway Patrol F-1 (District 5 Dispatch)
 42.4200   Tennessee Highway Patrol F-2 (Unit-to-unit)
 42.5600   Tennessee Highway Patrol F-3 (District 1 Dispatch)
 44.7200   Tennessee State Forestry Statewide
 44.8400   Tennessee State Forestry Statewide
 44.8800   Tennessee State Forestry Statewide
 44.9200   Tennessee State Forestry Statewide
 45.1200   Blount County, TN Local Government
 45.3600   Blount County, TN Local Government
 45.3600   Cocke County, TN Services
 45.3600   Tennessee Emergency Management Agency F-1
 45.4400   Tennessee Emergency Management Agency F-2
 45.5800   Tennessee Highway Patrol F-5 (Unit-to-unit/Tactical)
 45.6200   Tennessee Highway Patrol F-6 (Unit-to-unit/Tactical)
 45.6400   Townsend, TN Local Government
 45.6600   Tennessee Highway Patrol F-7 (Unit-to-unit/Tactical)
 45.7000   Tennessee Highway Patrol F-8 (Unit-to-unit/Tactical)
122.8500   Tennessee State Forestry Helicopters
151.2350   Tennessee State Game Wardens Statewide
151.3400   Tennessee State Game Wardens Low Power
151.4150   Tennessee State Fish & Game Commission Statewide
151.4450   Tennessee State Game Wardens Statewide
154.1750   Pigeon Forge, TN Municipal Services
154.1750   Sevier County, TN Fire
154.2500   Sevier County, TN Fire
154.3250   Newport TN Fire
154.6650   Tennessee Highway Patrol Surveillance
154.6800   Tennessee Highway Patrol Surveillance
154.7550   Tennessee Highway Patrol Statewide Police Channel
154.7700   Tennessee Highway Patrol Drug Task Force
154.9050   Tennessee Highway Patrol Mobile Extenders
155.3700   Newport TN Police
155.4600   Tennessee Highway Patrol Surveillance/Unit-to-unit
155.4750   Tennessee Highway Patrol Nationwide Police Channel
155.7750   Sevier County, TN Services
156.1950   Sevier County, TN Highway Department
156.2250   Cocke County, TN Highway Department
157.6200   Gatlinburg Aerial Tramway
158.7300   Tennessee Highway Patrol
159.0900   Tennessee Highway Patrol
159.1800   Tennessee State DOT (Pl 136.5)
159.2400   Tennessee State Game Wardens Statewide
159.2700   Tennessee State DOT (Pl 136.5)
159.3000   Tennessee State Game Wardens Statewide
159.4050   Tennessee State Parks Statewide
159.4500   Tennessee State Parks Statewide
159.4650   Tennessee State Conservation Statewide
453.2000   Maryville, TN Local Government
453.2750   Gatlinburg, TN Municipal Services
453.3000   Blount County, TN Local Government
453.3750   Blount County, TN Local Government
453.5750   Sevierville, TN Municipal Services
453.8500   Gatlinburg, TN Municipal Services
453.9250   Sevierville, TN Municipal Services
460.0250   Sevier County, TN Sheriff
460.0500   Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge/Seviersville, TN Police
460.0750   Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge/Seviersville, TN Police
460.1000   Cocke County, TN Sheriff
460.1000   Newport TN Police
460.2000   Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge/Seviersville, TN Police
460.2125   Sevier County, TN Sheriff Jail (Low Power repeater)
460.2500   Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge/Seviersville, TN Police
460.3250   Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge/Seviersville, TN Police
460.4000   Newport TN Police
460.4000   Sevier County, TN Sheriff
460.4000   Tennessee Highway Patrol Mutual Aid
460.5000   Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge/Seviersville, TN Police
460.5250   Tennessee Highway Patrol Statewide Tactical/Unit-to-unit
460.5500   Tennessee Highway Patrol Statewide Tactical/Unit-to-unit
460.5750   Cosby, TN Volunteer Fire Departmnet
460.6250   Sevier County, TN Fire


Asheville area hospitals
 35.6800   Memorial Mission Hospital       Asheville
123.0500   Memorial Mission Hospital       Asheville
150.7900   Memorial Mission Hospital       Asheville
151.8050   Park Ridge Hospital             Fletcher
151.9550   St. Josephs Hospital            Asheville
152.0075   Memorial Mission Hospital       Asheville
153.0200   Memorial Mission Hospital       Asheville
155.2800   Memorial Mission Hospital       Asheville
155.2800   Fletcher Hospital Inc           Fletcher
155.3400   Memorial Mission Hospital       Asheville
155.3400   Fletcher Hospital Inc           Fletcher
155.3550   Appalachian Hall Hospital       Asheville
155.3850   Memorial Mission Hospital       Asheville
460.5125   Memorial Mission Hospital       Asheville
460.6625   Memorial Mission Hospital
460.7375   Memorial Mission Hospital
460.8375   Memorial Mission Hospital
460.8625   Memorial Mission Hospital
461.7625   Haywood County Hospital
462.9750   Fletcher Hospital Inc           Fletcher
464.9625   Memorial Mission Hospital
465.5125   Memorial Mission Hospital       Asheville
466.0625   Memorial Mission Hospital
466.1125   Memorial Mission Hospital
466.1375   Memorial Mission Hospital
466.1875   Memorial Mission Hospital
466.3625   Memorial Mission Hospital
466.3875   Memorial Mission Hospital
466.4375   Memorial Mission Hospital
466.4625   Memorial Mission Hospital
466.5125   Memorial Mission Hospital
466.5375   Memorial Mission Hospital
466.6625   Memorial Mission Hospital
466.7125   Memorial Mission Hospital
466.7375   Memorial Mission Hospital
466.7875   Memorial Mission Hospital
466.8125   Memorial Mission Hospital
468.2875   Memorial Mission Hospital
468.3375   Memorial   Mission   Hospital
468.4125   Memorial   Mission   Hospital
468.7375   Memorial   Mission   Hospital
468.7625   Memorial   Mission   Hospital
468.8125   Memorial   Mission   Hospital
468.8375   Memorial   Mission   Hospital
468.8875   Memorial   Mission   Hospital
468.9125   Memorial   Mission   Hospital
469.0625   Memorial   Mission   Hospital
469.0875   Memorial   Mission   Hospital
469.1375   Memorial   Mission   Hospital
469.1625   Memorial   Mission   Hospital
469.2125   Memorial   Mission   Hospital
469.2375   Memorial   Mission   Hospital
469.2875   Memorial   Mission   Hospital
469.3125   Memorial   Mission   Hospital
469.3375   Memorial   Mission   Hospital
469.4125   Memorial   Mission   Hospital
469.6375   Memorial   Mission   Hospital
469.8625   Memorial   Mission   Hospital
469.9375   Memorial   Mission   Hospital
469.9625   Memorial   Mission   Hospital


Ingles Markets
461.8250   Ingles   Markets   Inc          Swannanoa
462.1000   Ingles   Markets   Inc          Swannanoa
463.4250   Ingles   Markets   Inc          Swannanoa
463.7750   Ingles   Markets   Inc          Swannanoa
463.9750   Ingles   Markets   Inc          Swannanoa
464.1250   Ingles   Markets   Inc          Swannanoa
464.9000   Ingles   Markets   Inc          Swannanoa
468.4250   Ingles   Markets   Inc          Swannanoa


State-wide, North Carolina
158.8200   Dare County Beach Patrol Rx
153.8450   Dare County Beach Patrol Tx
442.1500   Orange County Emergency Repeater
145.2300   Orange County Emergency Repeater [Alternate]
047.5400   Wayne County Emergency Management
047.5800   Wayne County Emergency Management
155.2200   NC state EMS, All Counties
155.2350   NC state EMS, All Counties
155.2800   NC state EMS, All Counties
155.3400   NC state EMS, All Counties
155.2200   Orange County EMS
154.1300   Dare County North Beach Fire
453.2000   Haywood County Fire
453.4000   Jackson County Fire
153.9500   Johnston County Fire
154.2050   Johnston County Fire
154.2650   Johnston County Fire
154.2800   Johnston County Fire
154.3400   Johnston County Fire
154.4450   Johnston County Fire
154.2050   Pitt County Fire
154.2800   Pitt County Fire
154.3550   Pitt County Fire
453.4500   Swain County Fire
154.1900   Wake County Fire
154.2200   Wake County Fire
154.2800   Wake County Fire
154.2950   Wake County Fire
154.1300   Wayne County Fire
154.1750   Wayne County Fire
154.1900   Wayne County Fire
154.2800   Wayne County Fire
154.3250   Wayne County Fire
031.4200   NC state Forest Service F2
031.5400   NC state Forest Service F4
030.9800   NC state Forest Service F5
159.3900   NC state Forest Service
169.1250   NC state Forest Service Link To National Forest Service
047.3800   NC State DOT Ops
047.1400   NC State DOT Car/Car
037.1000   Haywood County Government
158.7450   Haywood County Government
453.3250   Haywood County Government
156.0150   Johnston County Government
158.7450   Johnston County Government
153.9950   Pitt County Government
155.9400   Pitt County Government
158.8200   Pitt County Government
463.0000   NC State Med Ch 01 468.0000
463.0250   NC State Med Ch 02 468.0250
463.0500   NC State Med Ch 03 468.0500
463.0750   NC State Med Ch 04 468.0750
463.1000   NC State Med Ch 05 468.1000
463.1250   NC State Med Ch 06 468.1250
463.1500   NC State Med Ch 07 468.1500
463.1750   NC State Med Ch 08 468.1750
462.9500   NC State Med Ch 09 467.9500
462.9750   NC State Med Ch 10 467.9750
159.4200   NC State Parks/Recreation
042.2200   NC Highway Patrol
042.3800   NC Highway Patrol
042.5000   NC Highway Patrol
042.5200   NC Highway Patrol
042.5800   NC Highway Patrol
042.6000   NC Highway Patrol
042.6200   NC Highway Patrol
042.6400   NC Highway Patrol
042.6600   NC Highway Patrol
042.6800   NC Highway Patrol
042.7000   NC Highway Patrol
042.7200   NC Highway Patrol
042.7600   NC Highway Patrol
042.7800   NC Highway Patrol
042.8000   NC Highway Patrol
042.8200   NC Highway Patrol
042.8400   NC Highway Patrol Alcohol Law Enforcement
042.8600   NC Highway Patrol Alcohol Law Enforcement
042.9000   NC Highway Patrol
042.9200   NC Highway Patrol
042.9400   NC Highway Patrol
154.4450   NC Highway Patrol
154.6800   NC Highway Patrol
154.9200   NC Highway Patrol
155.1900   NC Highway Patrol
155.4450   NC Highway Patrol
155.4750   NC Highway Patrol
155.1900   NC State Mutual Aid
460.4750   Dare County Beach Central Dispatch
465.4750   Dare County Beach Central Repeater
460.2500   Dare County Sheriff
154.8750   Graham County Sheriff
154.8750   Jackson County Sheriff
460.0500   Johnston County Police
460.2750   Johnston County Police
460.3750   Johnston County Police
453.6500   Orange County Sheriff
453.4500   Orange County Sheriff
453.7250   Orange County Sheriff
155.2500   Pitt County Sheriff
155.4150   Pitt County Sheriff
155.9700   Pitt County Sheriff
156.0300   Pitt County Sheriff
158.7300   Pitt County Sheriff
158.8500   Pitt County Sheriff
159.1500   Pitt County Sheriff
460.4250   Swain County Sheriff
155.5650   Wake County Sheriff F1
155.5200   Wake County Sheriff F2
154.7850   Wayne County Sheriff
154.8900   Wayne County Sheriff
155.5800   Wayne County Sheriff
155.6700   Wayne County Sheriff
155.9700   Wayne County Sheriff
159.0300   Wayne County Sheriff
855.4625   Unknown North Carolina State Trunk 810.4625
856.4625   Unknown North Carolina State Trunk 811.4625
856.4875   Unknown North Carolina State Trunk 811.4875
857.4625   Unknown North Carolina State Trunk 812.4625
857.4875   Unknown North Carolina State Trunk 812.4875
858.4625   Unknown North Carolina State Trunk 813.4625
858.4875   Unknown North Carolina State Trunk 813.4875
859.4625   Unknown North Carolina State Trunk 814.4625
859.4875   Unknown North Carolina State Trunk 814.4875
860.4625   Unknown North Carolina State Trunk 815.4625
860.4875   Unknown North Carolina State Trunk 815.4875
855.7125   Unknown Johnston County Trunk 810.7125
856.7125   Unknown Johnston County Trunk 811.7125
857.7125   Unknown Johnston County Trunk 812.7125
858.7125   Unknown Johnston County Trunk 813.7125
859.7125   Unknown Johnston County Trunk 814.7125
860.7125   Unknown Johnston County Trunk 815.7125
855.2125   Unknown Pitt County Trunk 810.2125
856.9375   Unknown Pitt County Trunk 811.9375
857.9375   Unknown Pitt County Trunk 812.9375
858.9375   Unknown Pitt County Trunk 813.9375
859.9375   Unknown Pitt County Trunk 814.9375
860.9375   Unknown Pitt County Trunk 815.9375
159.3150   NC Wildlife Resources Commission F-1/4/7
159.3450   NC Wildlife Resources Commission F-2/5/8
159.2850   NC Wildlife Resources Commission F-3/6/9
151.4600   NC Wildlife Resources Commission F-10
151.3850   NC Wildlife Resources Commission F-11
151.3250   NC Wildlife Resources Commission F-12
151.2950   NC Wildlife Resources Commission Simplex
151.1750   NC Wildlife Resources Commission Car/Car
151.3550   NC Wildlife Resources Commission Car/Car
151.2200   NC Wildlife Resources Commission Car/Car


Greater Asheville area
25.9900    The Mountainaire Corporation     Hendersonville
26.1100    Blue Ridge Broadcasting Corp     Black Mountain
27.2450    Blue Bird Taxi & Deluxe Taxi C   Hendersonville
30.7600    Edwards Oil Company              Mars Hill
30.8400    Alastar Corporation
30.9200    Sluders Inc                      Leicester
30.9600    Hwy 176 Exxon                    Hendersonville
31.2000    Wheeler Construction Company     Weaverville
31.8400    Riddle Construction Co           Hendersonville
35.0400    Blue Ridge Communications & El   Weaverville
35.0600    Beacon Mfg Co                    Swannanoa
35.1000    Allens Body Shop & Wrecker Ser   Candler
35.9200    Buckner Oil Company Inc          Marshall
35.9400    Warrens Machine & Road Service   Candler
35.9800    NYal Plemmons Contracting        Canton
37.1000    Haywood, County of               Waynesville
37.1000    Canton, Town of                  Canton
37.1000    Henderson, County of             Hendersonville
42.9600    Whatever Rents                   Black Mountain
43.0000    Reece Noland & McElrath Inc      Waynesville
43.0200    Paving Enterprises Inc           Arden
43.2800    Haywood Oil Co Inc               Clyde
43.3200    Ben Wright Dairy Farm            Candler
43.5200    W N C Paving Co Inc              Clyde
44.5000    Dillingham Construction Co Inc   Black Mountain
45.3200    Biltmore Forest, Town of         Biltmore Forest
45.3200    Weaverville, Town of             Weaverville
45.3600    Biltmore Forest, Town of         Biltmore Forest
45.3600    Weaverville, Town of             Weaverville
45.4800    Biltmore Forest, Town of         Biltmore Forest
45.4800    Weaverville, Town of             Weaverville
46.0000    Henderson Co Board of Educatio   Hendersonville
47.4400    Henderson Oil Co Inc             Hendersonville
47.6200    Sprinkle, L T                    Weaverville
47.7200    Haywood Electric Membership Co
48.2200    Haywood Electric Membership Co
49.5200    Floyd S Pike Elec Contractors    Gerton
 49.5800   Floyd S Pike Electrical Contra   Gergen
 72.0600   Haywood Electric Membership Co   Clyde
 72.1000   Haywood Electric Membership Co   Clyde
 72.1600   Haywood Electric Membership Co   Clyde
 72.1800   Mobilecomm Wireless Holdings L   Swannanoa
 75.8600   Haywood Electric Membership Co   Clyde
 75.9000   Haywood Electric Membership Co   Clyde
 75.9600   Haywood Electric Membership Co   Clyde
 82.0000   River City License Partnership   Oteen, Etc.
 89.7000   Western NC Public Radio, Inc.    Clyde, etc.
 90.5000   Mars Hill College                Mars Hill
 96.5000   Biltmore Forest Broadcasting F   Biltmore Forest
 96.5000   Orion Communications Limited     Biltmore Forest
104.9000   Media Mart, Inc.                 Waynesville
129.8250   Aeronautical Radio Inc           Arden
150.7750   Hendersonville, City of          Hendersonville
151.0400   Henderson, County of             Hendersonville
151.0550   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
151.0700   Henderson, County of
151.5200   Clevenger Sox Inc                Black Mountain
151.5350   O A Gregory Inc                  Marshall
151.5650   J H Reaben Oil & Supply Co Inc   Hendersonville
151.5800   Aacme Septic Tank Service Inc    Weaverville
151.6250   Forest Products
151.6250   Blue Ridge Communications & El   Weaverville
151.6550   Asheville High School
151.6550   J Crew Group
151.6550   Millers Laundry & Dry Cleaners   Hendersonville
151.6550   Baptist Sunday School Board In   Ridgecrest
151.6850   Jr Appliance Repairs             Candler
151.6850   Lake Pointe Landing
151.7150   Warren Wilson College            Swannancoa
151.7150   Canton Middle School
151.7150   Corzine Construction Company     Clyde
151.7450   Gerber Products
151.7450   Pinnacle Mountain Ranch          Candler
151.7450   Elcon Corporation                Hendersonville
151.7750   Asheville High School
151.7750   Biltmore Estates Inc
151.7750   Biltmore Company Inc
151.7750   Alliance Carolina Tool And Mol   Arden
151.7750   Ranjo S Inc
151.7750   Rob Robinson Builder             Black Mountain
151.7750   Youngblood Oil Co Inc            Hendersonville
151.8050   Biltmore Company Inc
151.8050   Browning Tire Service            Canton
151.8050   Roy Brogden Drywall              Hendersonville
151.8050   Ranjo S Inc
151.8350   Ingle, Milo                      Weaverville
151.8350   Dick Reed Plumbing               Clyde
151.8650   Biltmore Company Inc
151.8650   Rb Miller Corp
151.8650   Osteen Electric Company Inc      Hendersonville
151.8650   Haywood Community College        Clyde
151.8950   Highland Farms Retirement Comm   Black Mountain
151.8950   Etowah Valley Country Club Inc
151.8950   Marion Machine Company Inc       Marion
151.8950   Mars Hill College                Mars Hill
151.9250   J Crew Group
151.9250   Ecc International                Canton
151.9250   Able Rent A Jon                  Weaverville
151.9250   Rob Robinson Builder             Black Mountain
151.9250   B D O Associates                 Etowah
151.9550   Asheville Rental Company
151.9550   Etowah Horse Shoe Volunteer Fi   Etowah
151.9550   Ranjo S Inc
151.9850   Gte North Carolina               Weaverville
152.3000   Yellow Cab Co                    W Asheville
152.3000   Margaret R Pardee Memorial Hos   Hendersonville
152.4200   L & M Communications             Naples
152.8700   B V Hedrick Gravel & Sand Co I   Swannanoa
152.9000   Wright Oil Co Inc                Hendersonville
152.9900   Cole Oil Company                 Hendersonville
153.0050   Anchor Steam Power Co Inc        Canton
153.0500   French Broad Electric Membersh   Marshall
153.0500   Kimberly Clark Corp              Balfour
153.0500   French Broad Electric Membersh   Marshall
153.0950   Champion International Corp      Canton
153.1100   Champion International Corpora
153.1250   BASF Corporation                 Enka
153.1700   Ralph Wilson Plastic Company     Fletcher
153.1700   Champion International Corpora   Canton
153.1850   BASF Corporation                 Enka
153.2000   Champion International Corpora
153.2150   Volvo Construction Equip Na In   Skyland
153.2300   Champion International Corpora   Canton
153.2600   Ralph Wilson Plastic Company     Fletcher
153.2750   Champion International Corpora   Canton
153.2900   Stowe & Davis                    Fletcher
153.2900   Champion International Corpora
153.3050   Wilsonart International          Fletcher
153.3050   Beacon Manufacturing Company     Swannanoa
153.3200   Ralph Wilson Plastic Company     Fletcher
153.3200   Champion International Corpora   Canton
153.3350   VME Americas Inc                 Skyland
153.3500   BASF Corporation                 Enka
153.3500   Champion International Corpora
153.3650   Meritor Heavy Vehicle Systems    Fletcher
153.3800   Champion International Corpora   Canton
153.3950   Wilsonart International          Fletcher
153.5750   French Broad Electric Membersh   Marshall
153.6050   Clyde, City of                   Clyde
153.7100   French Broad Electric Membersh
153.7850   Fletcher, Town of                Fletcher
153.8150   Canton, Town of                  Canton
154.0100   Mars Hill, Town of               Mars Hill
154.0550   Woodfin, Town of                 Woodfin
154.2200   Hendersonville, City of          Hendersonville
154.3700   Mars Hill, Town of               Mars Hill
154.3700   Mars Hill, Town of               Mars Hill
154.4900   Anderson And Son Construction    Weaverville
154.5150   Andy Oxy Co Inc                  Hendersonville
154.5150   Lake Junaluska Assembly          Lake Junaluska
154.5400   Vulcan Materials Co
154.5400   Hendersonville Custom Builders   Hendersonville
154.5700   W N C Pallet & Forest Products
154.5700   Springdale Country Club
154.5700   Banner Greenhouses
154.6000   Biltmore Estate Wine Co
154.6000   Alastar Corporation
154.6000   Mountaineer Incorporated
154.6000   Wlos Licensee Inc
154.6500   Mars Hill College                Mars Hill
154.7250   Haywood, County of               Clyde
154.7400   Black Mountain, City of          Black Mountain
154.7700   Clyde, Town of                   Clyde
154.8750   Woodfin, Town of                 Woodfin
154.8750   Canton, Town of                  Canton
154.8750   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
154.8750   Clyde, Town of                   Clyde
154.8750   Hendersonville, City of          Hendersonville
154.8750   Madison, County of               Marshall
154.8750   Henderson, County of             Hendersonville
154.8900   Hendersonville, City of          Hendersonville
154.9500   Hendersonville, City of          Hendersonville
155.1000   Madison, County of               Marshall
155.1000   Mars Hill, Town of               Mars Hill
155.1450   Canton, Town of                  Clyde
155.2050   Henderson, County of             Hendersonville
155.2200   Norton, Howard B                 Hendersonville
155.2650   Henderson, County of             Hendersonville
155.2800   Madison, County of               Marshall
155.2800   Henderson, County of             Hendersonville
155.2800   Haywood, County of               Clyde
155.3400   Henderson, County of             Hendersonville
155.3400   Haywood, County of               Clyde
155.3700   Yancey, County of                Burnsville
155.4150   Fletcher, Town of                Fletcher
155.4900   Madison, County of               Marshall
155.5500   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
155.5950   Henderson, County of             Gerton
155.6550   Waynesville, Town of             Waynesville
155.7900   Hendersonville, City of          Hendersonville
155.8500   Canton, Town of                  Canton
155.8500   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
155.8500   Clyde, Town of                   Clyde
155.8800   Woodfin, Town of                 Woodfin
155.8800   Weaverville, Town of             Weaverville
155.8800   Black Mountain, Town of          Black Mountain
155.8800   Montreat, Town of                Montreat
155.8800   Mars Hill, Town of               Mars Hill
155.9100   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
155.9700   Canton, Town of                  Canton
155.9700   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
155.9850   Woodfin, Town of                 Woodfin
156.0300   Woodfin, Town of                 Woodfin
156.1500   Woodfin, Town of                 Woodfin
156.1650   Henderson, County of
156.1950   Laurel Park, Town of             Hendersonville
157.5150   L & M Communications             Fairview
157.5600   Yellow Cab Co                    W Asheville
157.5600   Blue Ridge Mall                  Hendersonville
157.6200   Thomas Shepherd & Son Funeral    Hendersonville
157.7400   Reisenweaver Communications In   Weaverville
157.7400   Pni Spectrum Llc                 Woodrow
157.7400   Reisenweaver Communications In   Hillgirt
157.7400   Pni Spectrum Llc                 Waynesville
157.7400   Reisenweaver Communications In   Ridgecrest
158.2950   Beacon Manufacturing Company     Swannanoa
158.2950   Wilsonart International          Fletcher
158.2950   Beacon Manufacturing Company     Swannanoa
158.3100   Kimberly Clark Corp              Balfour
158.3250   Champion International Corpora   Canton
158.4300   BASF Corporation                 Enka
158.4600   Shepardson, Rodney               Fairview
158.7300   Mars Hill College                Mars Hill
158.7600   Madison, County of               Marshall
158.7900   Henderson, County of             Hendersonville
158.9850   Fletcher, Town of                Fletcher
159.0300   Haywood, County of               Clyde
159.5400   Eastern Radio Service            Hendersonville
159.6150   Abf Freight System Inc           Fletcher
159.7800   Wilsonart International          Fletcher
159.9000   Tee Page   Hendersonville
160.0950   Abf Freight System Inc           Fletcher
160.1250   L & M Communications             Fairview
160.2450   Southern Railway Company         Black Mountain
160.9500   Southern Railway Company         Black Mountain
160.9500   Norfolk Southern Railway Co      Marshall
161.7600   Blue Ridge Broadcasting Corpor   Black Mtn
169.4450   New Hope Presbyterian Church O
170.2450   New Hope Presbyterian Church O
173.2375   Hendersonville, City of          Hendersonville
173.3125   Weaverville, Town of             Weaverville
174.0000   River City License Partnership
180.0000   Spartan Communications, Inc.     Beaver Dam, Etc.
186.0000   Spartan Communications, Inc.     Weaverville
192.0000   Spartan Communications, Inc.     Montreat, Etc.
198.0000   Pulitzer Broadcasting Company    Canton, Etc.
204.0000   River City License Partnership   Black Mountain
450.1125   Blue Ridge Broadcasting Corpor   Black Mountain
450.2500   Western North Carolina Public
450.3125   Mca Skywatch Traffic Network I   Fletcher
450.3500   Asheville Broadcasting Corpora
450.5875   Mca Skywatch Traffic Network I   Fletcher
450.6125   Radio Hendersonville Inc         Bat Cave
450.6500   Radio Hendersonville Inc         Bat Cave
450.7500   Western North Carolina Public
451.0250   Reisenweaver Communications In   Fairview
451.1750   Steelcase Inc                    Fletcher
451.5500   Champion International Corp      Canton
451.6000   Champion International Corpora   Canton
451.6250   Steelcase Inc                    Fletcher
451.6500   Champion International Corpora   Canton
451.8375   Taylor & Murphy Construction C
451.9125   Floyd S Pike Electrical Contra
452.1750   Southern Maintenance             Clyde
452.2000   Sutton Mtn Lodge                 Pisgah Forest
452.2750   Floyd S Pike Electrical Contra   Gerton
452.3750   W N C Paving Co Inc              Clyde
452.4250   Henderson, County of             Fletcher
452.6500   Mountain Projects Inc            Clyde
452.7250   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
452.7750   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
452.7750   Henderson, County of             Hendersonville
452.8250   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
452.8750   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
452.8750   Henderson, County of             Hendersonville
453.1000   Weaverville, Town of             Weaverville
453.2000   Haywood, County of
453.2250   Hendersonville, City of          Hendersonville
453.2750   Haywood Oil Co Inc               Clyde
453.6750   Henderson, County of             Hendersonville
453.9000   Marshall, Town of                Marshall
453.9250   Henderson, County of             Hendersonville
453.9500   Weaverville, Town of             Weaverville
455.0100   Radio Hendersonville             Hendersonville
455.0200   Pine Trails Broadcasting Co In   Canton
455.0875   Mca Skywatch Traffic Network I   Fletcher
455.0875   Radio Hendersonville Inc         Hendersonville
455.1125   Blue Ridge Broadcasting Corpor   Black Mountain
455.1875   Mca Skywatch Traffic Network I   Fletcher
455.1875   Radio Hendersonville Inc         Hendersonville
456.1750   Hendersonville, Town of          Hendersonville
456.2250   Meritor Heavy Vehicle Systems
456.6000   Champion International Corpora   Canton
456.6250   Steelcase Inc                    Fletcher
456.6500   Champion International Corpora   Canton
456.8375   Taylor & Murphy Construction C
456.9125   Floyd S Pike Electrical Contra
457.1750   Southern Maintenance             Clyde
457.2000   Sutton Mtn Lodge                 Pisgah Forest
457.2750   Floyd S Pike Electrical Contra   Arden
457.4250   Henderson, County of             Fletcher
457.4750   Laurel Park, Town of             Laurel Park
457.7250   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
457.7750   Henderson, County of             Hendersonville
458.0250   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
458.0750   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
458.1000   Weaverville, Town of             Weaverville
458.1250   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
458.1750   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
458.2000   Haywood, County of
458.2250   Hendersonville, City of          Hendersonville
458.5250   Ashland Construction Communica   Enka
458.6750   Henderson, County of             Hendersonville
458.9000   Marshall, Town of                Marshall
458.9250   Henderson, County of             Hendersonville
458.9500   Weaverville, Town of             Weaverville
460.6500   Kimball Communications           Hendersonville
460.7000   Harrys Ditching Service Inc      Hendersonville
460.7000   General Home Development Inc     Hendersonville
460.7000   Fairview 66Hendersonville
460.7000   Communication Service Inc        Hendersonville
460.7750   Hudsons Wrecker Service          Edneyville
460.7750   Stepp Ditching & Well Co         Edneyville
460.7750   Communication Service Inc        Hendersonville
460.7750   Turf Mountain Sod                Hendersonville
460.8250   Communication Service Inc        Hendersonville
460.8500   Asheville Vault Service Inc      Gerton
460.8500   Wharton Construction Co Inc      Gerton
460.8500   Yellow Freight System Inc        Gerton
460.8500   Ballard Farms                    Hendersonville
460.9000   Whitleys Communications Servic   Waynesville
460.9250   Christmount Christian Associat   Black Mountain
460.9375   C P I
461.0375   Meritor Heavy Vehicle Systems
461.0375   Mountain Ventures Inc
461.0625   L & M Communications             Fairview
461.0750   Bryan Easler Ford Inc            Gerton
461.0750   Hobson Construction Co Inc       Gerton
461.0750   Southern Pump & Tank Company     Gerton
461.1000   Snyder Communications            Hendersonville
461.1000   Hendersonville Tire              Hendersonville
461.1125   Revco Discount Drug Store Inc
461.1250   Carolina Communications & Elec   Fairview
461.1625   Henderson County Schools
461.2000   Clear Creek Farms                Hendersonville
461.2125   Home Depot
461.2250   Tap Root Dairy Farms             Brickton
461.2500   Mattox Oil Co                    Salisbury
461.2750   J A Lee Construction             Gerton
461.2750   Pace Bros Const Co Inc           Gerton
461.2750   J H Reaben Oil & Supply Co Inc   Gerton
461.2750   Whitleys Communications Servic   Gerton
461.2875   Meritor Heavy Vehicle Systems
461.3125   Meritor Heavy Vehicle Systems
461.3500   Yellow Freight System Inc        Gerton
461.3500   Custom Paving Inc                Clyde
461.3500   Pearson Roofing Inc              Clyde
461.3500   Yellow Freight System Inc        Clyde
461.3750   Champion International Corp      Canton
461.4000   Van Wingerden International In   Horseshoe
461.4250   Blue Ridge Broadcasting Corp     Black Mountain
461.4750   Snyder Communications            Hendersonville
461.4750   Whitaker Ditch & Septic Tank S   Hendersonville
461.5125   Printpack Inc
461.5375   Pace Membership Warehouse Inc
461.5500   Interstate Batteries Great Smo   Hendersonville
461.5500   Communication Service Inc        Clyde
461.5500   Interstate Batteries Great Smo   Clyde
461.5500   T I P C O Waynesville
461.5500   Anything Electrical              Waynesville
461.5875   Dillard Department Stores Inc
461.6000   Riverside Business Park Llc
461.6125   Henderson County Schools
461.6250   Burgess Refuse Removal Service   Hendersonville
461.6500   Wlos Licensee Inc                Canton
461.6500   L & M Communications             Fairview
461.6625   Lustar Dyeing & Finishing Inc
461.6875   Dillard Department Stores Inc
461.6875   Meritor Heavy Vehicle Systems
461.7000   Communication Service Inc        Laurel Park
461.7125   Meritor Heavy Vehicle Systems
461.7250   Blue Ridge Assembly Inc          Black Mountain
461.7375   Dillard Department Stores Inc
461.7375   Great Smokies Hilton Resort
461.7375   Bi Lo Inc
461.8500   Burgess Refuse Removal Service   Hendersonville
461.8750   Suncrest Land And Timber Inc     Clyde
461.8750   Buckeye Construction Co Inc      Clyde
461.8750   Communication Service Inc        Clyde
461.9000   L & M Communications             Fairview
462.0250   Marcus Communication             Black Mountain
462.0750   Marcus Communication             Black Mountain
462.1000   Communication Service Inc        Clyde
462.1125   L & M Communications             Fairview
462.1500   Hyder Waste Container Inc        Canton
462.1500   Communication Service Inc        Canton
462.2000   Cranston Print Works Company I
462.2125   Itt Automotive
462.2250   Southeastern Container Corpora   Enka
462.2500   Steelcase Inc                    Fletcher
462.2750   Cranston Print Works Company I
462.2750   Champion International Corpora   Canton
462.3125   Asheville Industries Inc
462.3250   Cranston Print Works Company I
462.3750   Akzo Nobel Nonwovens Inc         Enka
462.3750   Reliance Electric                Weaverville
462.3750   Kimberly Clark Corp              Balfour
462.4000   Day International Corporation
462.4250   Southeastern Container Corpora   Enka
462.4500   Reliance Electric                Weaverville
462.4750   US Sprint Communications Compa   Gurton
462.6500   Harris Jr, Martin W              Hendersonville
462.6500   Western Carolina Community Act   Gerton
462.6500   Harris Jr, Martin W              Etowah
462.6500   Western Carolina Community Act   Hendersonville
462.7500   Tee Page   Hendersonville
462.8000   Carolina Communications & Elec   Weaverville
462.8000   Metrocall Usa Inc                Fairview
462.8000   Carolina Communications & Elec   Hillgirt
462.8000   Network Trunking Systems Inc     Gerton
462.8000   Metrocall Usa Inc                Waynesville
462.8000   Carolina Communications And El   Ridgecrest
462.9500   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
462.9750   Henderson, County of             Hendersonville
463.0000   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
463.0000   Henderson, County of             Hendersonville
463.0000   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
463.0250   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
463.0250   Henderson, County of             Hendersonville
463.0250   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
463.0500   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
463.0500   Henderson, County of             Hendersonville
463.0500   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
463.0750   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
463.0750   Henderson, County of             Hendersonville
463.0750   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
463.1000   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
463.1000   Henderson, County of             Hendersonville
463.1250   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
463.1250   Henderson, County of             Hendersonville
463.1500   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
463.1500   Henderson, County of             Hendersonville
463.1500   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
463.1750   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
463.1750   Henderson, County of             Hendersonville
463.1750   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
463.2000   Snyder Communications            Hendersonville
463.2500   Lutheridge Lutherock Ministrie   Arden
463.2750   Brevard Electric Co Inc          Hendersonville
463.2750   Biltmore Oil Company Inc         Hendersonville
463.2750   Communication Service Inc        Hendersonville
463.2875   Home Depot
463.3375   Printpack Inc
463.4500   Harris Electronic Service        Hendersonville
463.4500   Area Designs                     Hendersonville
463.4500   Valley Agri Supply Inc           Hendersonville
463.4500   Carland Farms Inc                Hendersonville
463.4500   Ross, John A                     Hendersonville
463.4500   Carolina Specialities            Hendersonville
463.4875   Bi Lo Inc
463.5250   United Technologies Inc
463.5250   Blue Ridge Broadcasting Corp     Black Mountain
463.5500   Kimball Communications           Hendersonville
463.5750   Yellow Freight System Inc        Gerton
463.6125   Carlisle Plastics Inc
463.6250   Lutheridge Lutherock Ministrie   Arden
463.7500   Thermal Insulation               Gerton
463.7500   Circle F Electric Company        Hendersonville
463.7500   Martin Heating And Air Conditi   Hendersonville
463.7500   Tar Heel Paving                  Hendersonville
463.7500   Mountain Respiratory Service I   Hendersonville
463.7500   R Morgan Inc                     Bearwallow Mountain
463.7500   Goforth Services Inc             Gerton
463.7500   Interstate Batteries Great Smo   Hendersonville
463.7500   Communication Service Inc        Hendersonville
463.7500   Interstate Batteries Great Smo   Clyde
463.7750   Waste Management of Asheville    Canton
463.8000   Billy Graham Evangelistic Asso   Black Mountain
463.8375   Carlisle Plastics Inc
463.9250   Enka High School
463.9500   Taylor And Murphy Inc            Hendersonville
463.9625   Carlisle Plastics Inc
463.9750   Deerfield Episcopal Ret Comm
464.0000   Reisenweaver Communications In   Fairview
464.0125   Milkco
464.0250   Communication Service Inc        Canton
464.0250   Nicholson Electric Company       Canton
464.0250   Pisgah Pest Control Inc          Canton
464.1000   Tennoca Construction Co Inc      Candler
464.1000   Church St Exxon Inc              Hendersonville
464.1000   Globe Treks Inc                  Hendersonville
464.1000   Tennoca Construction Co Inc      Hendersonville
464.1000   Barry Cosgrove Landscaping Inc   Hendersonville
464.1000   Communication Service Inc        Hendersonville
464.1125   Carlisle Plastics Inc
464.1375   Dillard Department Stores Inc
464.1500   Kimball Communications           Hendersonville
464.1750   Communication Service Inc        Canton
464.1750   Buckeye Construction Co Inc      Canton
464.1750   Charles Hill Enterprises Inc     Canton
464.1750   Clark And Leatherwood            Canton
464.2125   Dillard Department Stores Inc
464.2250   Communication Service Inc        Hendersonville
464.2250   Cooper Construction Co Inc       Edneyville
464.3000   Ecc Holding Corporation          Hendersonville
464.3000   F D B Inc Hendersonville
464.3000   Barker Construction Co Inc       Hendersonville
464.3000   William Morris Associates Inc    Hendersonville
464.3000   Burgess Refuse Removal Service   Hendersonville
464.3000   Communication Service Inc        Hendersonville
464.3250   Builderway of Asheville
464.3250   Cranston Print Works Co          Fletcher
464.3250   Montreat Anderson College        Montreat
464.3500   Wlos Licensee Inc                Canton
464.3750   NCi Inc
464.4250   Asheville School
464.4250   NCi Inc
464.4250   Cranston Print Works Co          Fletcher
464.4250   NYal Plemmons Contracting Inc    Canton
464.4500   Whitleys Communication Service   Mars Hill
464.4625   Lustar Dyeing & Finishing Inc
464.4750   Meritor Heavy Vehicle Systems    Fletcher
464.5250   NCi Inc
464.5250   Mc Nahan & Reese                 Weaverville
464.5250   Cranston Print Works Co          Fletcher
464.5500   Camp Hollymont For Girls
464.5625   Home Depot
464.6000   Snyder Communications            Hendersonville
464.6250   Kimball Communications           Hendersonville
464.6375   Milkco
464.6375   Home Depot
464.6750   Cranston Print Works Co          Fletcher
464.7250   North Carolina Equipment Compa   Gerton
464.7500   F & S Electrical Contractors I   Clyde
464.7500   Ramey Wrecker Service            Clyde
464.7500   Whitleys Communication Service   Clyde
464.7500   Smathers Oil Company Inc         Clyde
464.7500   Jacks Gulf Service               Clyde
464.7625   Milkco
464.7625   Printpack Inc
464.8000   Grastys Service Center           Clyde
464.8125   Milkco
464.8375   Dillard Department Stores Inc
464.8750   NCi Inc
464.8875   Milkco
464.9125   Biltmore Square
464.9250   NCi Inc
464.9250   Champion Hills Golf Course       Hendersonville
464.9750   Camp Hollymont For Girls
464.9750   NCi Inc
465.6500   Kimball Communications           Hendersonville
465.7000   Fairview 66Hendersonville
465.7000   Communication Service Inc
465.7750   Communication Service Inc
465.7750   Turf Mountain Sod                Hendersonville
465.8250   Communication Service Inc        Hendersonville
465.8500   Asheville Vault Service Inc      Gerton
465.8500   Wharton Construction Co Inc      Gerton
465.8500   Yellow Freight System Inc        Gerton
465.8500   Ballard Farms                    Hendersonville
465.9000   Whitleys Communications Servic   Waynesville
465.9250   Christmount Christian Associat   Black Mountain
465.9375   C P I
465.9875   Asheville Security Systems
466.0375   Meritor Heavy Vehicle Systems
466.0375   Mountain Ventures Inc
466.0750   Bryan Easler Ford Inc            Gerton
466.0750   Hobson Construction Co Inc       Gerton
466.1000   Snyder Communications            Hendersonville
466.1000   Hendersonville Tire              Hendersonville
466.2000   Clear Creek Farms                Hendersonville
466.2250   Tap Root Dairy Farms             Brickton
466.2500   Mattox Oil Co                    Salisbury
466.2750   J A Lee Construction             Gerton
466.2750   J H Reaben Oil & Supply Co Inc   Gerton
466.2875   Meritor Heavy Vehicle Systems
466.3125   Meritor Heavy Vehicle Systems
466.3500   Yellow Freight System Inc        Gerton
466.3500   Custom Paving Inc                Clyde
466.3500   Pearson Roofing Inc              Clyde
466.3750   Champion International Corp      Canton
466.4000   Van Wingerden International In   Horseshoe
466.4750   Snyder Communications            Horse Shoe
466.4750   Whitaker Ditch & Septic Tank S   Horse Shoe
466.5500   Interstate Batteries Great Smo   Hendersonville
466.5500   Communication Service Inc        Clyde
466.5500   Interstate Batteries Great Smo   Clyde
466.5500   T I P C O Waynesville
466.5500   Anything Electrical              Waynesville
466.6000   Reisenweaver Communications In   Fairview
466.6250   Burgess Refuse Removal Service   Hendersonville
466.6500   Wlos Licensee Inc                Canton
466.6500   L & M Communications             Fairview
466.6875   Meritor Heavy Vehicle Systems
466.7000   Communication Service Inc        Laurel Park
466.7125   Meritor Heavy Vehicle Systems
466.8500   Burgess Refuse Removal Service   Hendersonville
466.8750   Suncrest Land And Timber Inc     Clyde
466.8750   Buckeye Construction Co Inc      Clyde
466.8750   Communication Service Inc        Clyde
466.9000   L & M Communications             Fairview
467.0250   Marcus Communication             Black Mountain
467.0750   Marcus Communication             Black Mountain
467.1000   Communication Service Inc        Clyde
467.1500   Communication Service Inc        Canton
467.2000   Southeastern Container Corpora   Enka
467.2000   Meritor Heavy Vehicle Systems
467.2125   Itt Automotive
467.2250   Southeastern Container Corpora   Enka
467.2250   Ralph Wilson Plastic Company     Fletcher
467.2500   Southeastern Container Corpora   Enka
467.2500   Cranston Print Works Company I
467.2750   Champion International Corpora   Canton
467.3000   Cbs Communication Services Inc
467.3250   Southeastern Container Corpora   Enka
467.3250   Cranston Print Works Company I
467.3500   Meritor Heavy Vehicle Systems
467.3750   Akzo Nobel Nonwovens Inc         Enka
467.3750   Day International Corporation
467.3750   Kimberly Clark Corp              Balfour
467.4000   Southeastern Container Corpora   Enka
467.4000   Cranston Print Works Company I
467.4250   Southeastern Container Corpora   Enka
467.4250   Day International Corporation
467.4500   Kimberly Clark Corp              Balfour
467.5000   Cbs Communication Services Inc
467.6500   Western Carolina Community Act   Gerton
467.6500   Harris Jr, Martin W              Hendersonville
467.7500   Bi Lo Inc
467.7750   Bi Lo Inc
467.8250   Bi Lo Inc
467.8500   Bi Lo Inc
467.9000   Bi Lo Inc
467.9250   Pace Membership Warehouse Inc
467.9250   Bi Lo Inc
467.9500   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
468.0000   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
468.0250   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
468.0500   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
468.0750   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
468.1000   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
468.1250   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
468.1500   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
468.1750   Haywood, County of               Waynesville
468.2000   Snyder Communications            Horse Shoe
468.2750   Communication Service Inc        Hendersonville
468.4500   Harris Electronic Service        Hendersonville
468.4500   Area Designs                     Hendersonville
468.4500   Valley Agri Supply Inc           Hendersonville
468.4500   Carland Farms Inc                Hendersonville
468.4500   Ross, John A                     Hendersonville
468.4500   Carolina Specialities            Hendersonville
468.5250   Blue Ridge Broadcasting Corp     Black Mountain
468.5500   Kimball Communications           Hendersonville
468.5750   Yellow Freight System Inc        Gerton
468.6125   Carlisle Plastics Inc
468.7000   Wlos Licensee Inc                Canton
468.7500   Circle F Electric Company        Hendersonville
468.7500   Martin Heating And Air Conditi   Hendersonville
468.7500   Mountain Respiratory Service I   Hendersonville
468.7500   Goforth Services Inc             Gerton
468.7500   Interstate Batteries Great Smo   Hendersonville
468.7500   Communication Service Inc        Hendersonville
468.7500   Interstate Batteries Great Smo   Clyde
468.7500   R Morgan Inc                     Etowah
468.7750   Waste Management of Asheville    Canton
468.8000   Billy Graham Evangelistic Asso   Black Mountain
468.8375   Carlisle Plastics Inc
468.8750   Billy Graham Evangelistic Asso
468.9500   Taylor And Murphy Inc            Hendersonville
468.9625   Carlisle Plastics Inc
469.0250   Communication Service Inc        Canton
469.0250   Nicholson Electric Company       Canton
469.0250   Pisgah Pest Control Inc          Canton
469.0500   L & M Communications             Fairview
469.1000   Church St Exxon Inc              Hendersonville
469.1000   Globe Treks Inc                  Hendersonville
469.1000   Tennoca Construction Co Inc      Hendersonville
469.1000   Barry Cosgrove Landscaping Inc   Hendersonville
469.1000   Communication Service Inc        Hendersonville
469.1125   Carlisle Plastics Inc
469.1250   L & M Communications             Fairview
469.1500   Kimball Communications           Hendersonville
469.1750   Communication Service Inc        Canton
469.1750   Buckeye Construction Co Inc      Canton
469.1750   Charles Hill Enterprises Inc     Canton
469.1750   Clark And Leatherwood            Canton
469.2250   Communication Service Inc        Hendersonville
469.2250   Cooper Construction Co Inc       Edneyville
469.3000   Ecc Holding Corporation          Hendersonville
469.3000   F D B Inc Hendersonville
469.3000   Barker Construction Co Inc       Hendersonville
469.3000   William Morris Associates Inc    Hendersonville
469.3000   Burgess Refuse Removal Service   Hendersonville
469.3000   Communication Service Inc        Hendersonville
469.3250   Cranston Print Works Co          Fletcher
469.3250   Montreat Anderson College        Montreat
469.3250   Total Reach Televison
469.3500   Wlos Licensee Inc                Canton
469.3750   Total Reach Televison
469.4250   Cranston Print Works Co          Fletcher
469.4250   NYal Plemmons Contracting Inc    Canton
469.4250   Total Reach Televison
469.4500   Whitleys Communication Service   Mars Hill
469.4750   Meritor Heavy Vehicle Systems
469.4750   Total Reach Televison
469.5250   Cranston Print Works Co          Fletcher
469.6250   Kimball Communications           Hendersonville
469.6750   Cranston Print Works Co          Fletcher
469.7500   F & S Electrical Contractors I   Clyde
469.7500   Ramey Wrecker Service            Clyde
469.7500   Whitleys Communication Service   Clyde
469.7500   Smathers Oil Company Inc         Clyde
469.7500   Jacks Gulf Service               Clyde
469.8000   Grastys Service Center           Clyde
469.8125   Milkco
469.9125   Biltmore Square
469.9250   Champion Hills Golf Course       Hendersonville
470.0000   Cannell Communications, L.P.     West Asheville
566.0000   Carolina Christian B/Casting,    Weaverville
596.0000   Cannell Communications, L.P.     Black Mountain
614.0000   River City License Partnership
728.0000   Cannell Communications, L.P.     Canton-Waynesville
806.0000   Nextel Communications            Waynesville
806.0000   Communication Service Inc        Hendersonville
806.0000   Nextel Communications            Hendersonville
806.0000   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
810.1625   Champion International Corpora   Canton
810.7875   Whitleys Communications Servic   Waynesville
812.3625   Champion International Corpora   Canton
813.3625   Champion International Corpora   Canton
814.3625   Champion International Corpora   Canton
815.8625   Federal Express Corporation      Hendersonville
825.0300   North Carolina 4 Cellular Limi   Brickton
825.0300   Cellco Partnership               Clyde
825.0300   North Carolina 4 Cellular Limi   Hendersonville
851.0125   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
851.0625   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
851.0875   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
851.1125   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
851.1375   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
851.1625   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
851.1875   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
851.3375   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
851.3625   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
851.4125   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
851.4375   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
851.4625   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
851.6125   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
851.6375   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
851.7375   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
851.7625   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
851.8375   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
851.9875   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
852.0125   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
852.0375   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
852.0875   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
852.1875   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
852.2625   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
852.3875   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
852.4375   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
852.5375   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
852.5625   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
852.6375   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
852.7375   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
852.7625   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
852.7875   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
852.8125   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
852.8375   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
852.8625   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
852.9375   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
853.0125   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
853.0375   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
853.0875   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
853.1125   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
853.1375   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
853.1625   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
853.1875   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
853.2875   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
853.3375   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
853.3875   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
853.4375   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
853.4625   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
853.5625   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
853.5875   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
853.7375   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
853.7625   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
853.8375   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
853.8625   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
853.9125   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
853.9375   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
853.9625   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
853.9875   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
854.0375   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
854.0875   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
854.1125   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
854.1375   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
854.1625   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
854.1875   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
854.2125   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
854.2625   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
854.2875   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
854.3125   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
854.3625   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
854.3875   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
854.4125   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
854.5125   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
854.5375   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
854.5625   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
854.5875   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
854.6625   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
854.7125   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
854.7375   Dial Call Inc                    Clyde
855.1625   Champion International Corpora   Canton
855.7875   Whitleys Communications Servic   Waynesville
856.0375   Nextel Communications            Waynesville
856.5125   Communication Service Inc        Hendersonville
856.5125   Nextel Communications            Hendersonville
857.0375   Nextel Communications            Waynesville
857.3625   Champion International Corpora   Canton
857.5125   Communication Service Inc        Hendersonville
857.5125   Nextel Communications            Hendersonville
858.0375   Nextel Communications            Waynesville
858.3625   Champion International Corpora   Canton
858.5125   Communication Service Inc        Hendersonville
858.5125   Nextel Communications            Hendersonville
859.0375   Nextel Communications            Waynesville
859.3625   Champion International Corpora   Canton
859.5125   Communication Service Inc        Hendersonville
859.5125   Nextel Communications            Hendersonville
860.0375   Nextel Communications            Waynesville
860.5125   Communication Service Inc        Hendersonville
860.5125   Nextel Communications            Hendersonville
860.8625   Federal Express Corporation      Hendersonville
861.4625   Communication Service Inc        Hendersonville
861.4625 Nextel Communications            Hendersonville
862.4625 Communication Service Inc        Hendersonville
862.4625 Nextel Communications            Hendersonville
863.4625 Communication Service Inc        Hendersonville
863.4625 Nextel Communications            Hendersonville
864.4625 Communication Service Inc        Hendersonville
864.4625 Nextel Communications            Hendersonville
865.4625 Communication Service Inc        Hendersonville
865.4625 Nextel Communications            Hendersonville
910.0000 Norfolk Southern Railway Compa   Candler
911.5000 Norfolk Southern Railway Compa   Candler
918.5000 Norfolk Southern Railway Compa   Candler
929.0625 Tee Page   Hendersonville
929.2125 Usa Mobile Communications Inc    Clyde
929.6375 Radiofone Inc                    Biltmore
929.6875 Radiofone Inc                    Biltmore
931.2625 Metrolink, Inc.                  Clyde
931.2625 Wharton Telecom, Inc.            Clyde
931.4625 Florida Network Usa, Inc         Black Mountain
936.3875 Public Service Company of Nort   Hendersonville
945.0000 Radio Hendersoncille / Kermit    Hendersonville
945.5000 Western NC Public Radio, Inc     Asheville
945.5000 Radio Hendersonville, Inc.       Gerton
947.0000 Radio Hendersonville, Inc.       Gerton
947.8750 Blue Ridge Broadcasting Corpor   Black Mountain
948.1250 Blue Ridge Broadcasting Corpor   Black Mountain
951.0000 Radio Hendersonville, Inc.       Henderson
951.5000 Radio Hendersonville             Hendersonville
956.34375 Hendersonville, City of         Hendersonville
1990.000 Wometco Skyway Broadcasting Co


State of North Carolina
 0.5300   State   of   North   Carolina   Asheville
 0.5700   State   of   North   Carolina   Asheville
 0.8800   State   of   North   Carolina   Fairview
 0.9200   State   of   North   Carolina   Canton
 0.9700   State   of   North   Carolina   Canton
 1.0100   State   of   North   Carolina   Black Mountain
 1.2300   State   of   North   Carolina   Asheville
 1.3100   State   of   North   Carolina   Asheville
 1.3500   State   of   North   Carolina   Black Mountain
 1.3800   State   of   North   Carolina   Asheville
 1.4500   State   of   North   Carolina   Hendersonville
 1.4600   State   of   North   Carolina   Marshall
 1.6000   State   of   North   Carolina   Hendersonville
 1.6100   State   of   North   Carolina   Clyde
31.3400   State   of   North   Carolina   Asheville
31.4200   State   of   North   Carolina   Asheville
31.4600   State   of   North   Carolina   Asheville
31.5400   State   of   North   Carolina   Asheville
42.5000   State   of   North   Carolina   Asheville
42.5200   State   of   North   Carolina   Asheville
42.5600   State   of   North   Carolina   Asheville
42.6000   State   of   North   Carolina   Asheville
 42.6200 State of North Carolina    Asheville
 42.6400 State of North Carolina    Asheville
 42.8400 State of North Carolina    Asheville
 42.8800 State of North Carolina    Black Mountain
 42.9000 State of North Carolina    Asheville
 45.3200 State of North Carolina    Black Mountain
 47.0200 State of North Carolina    Asheville
 47.0600 State of North Carolina    Marshall
 47.2600 State of North Carolina    Asheville
 47.3800 State of North Carolina    Hendersonville
 47.5400 State of North Carolina    Asheville
 47.5400 State of North Carolina    Black Mountain
 47.5800 State of North Carolina    Asheville
151.3850 State of North Carolina    Asheville
151.4600 State of North Carolina    Asheville
153.7400 State of North Carolina    Asheville
154.0400 State of North Carolina    Fletcher
154.46375 State of North Carolina   Asheville
154.6800 State of North Carolina    Asheville
154.9200 State of North Carolina    Asheville
155.1900 State of North Carolina    Asheville
155.4750 State of North Carolina    Biltmore Forest
159.0900 State of North Carolina    Asheville
159.3150 State of North Carolina    Asheville
173.3375 State of North Carolina    Black Mountain
406.1250 State of North Carolina    Asheville
406.1750 State of North Carolina    Asheville
412.7250 State of North Carolina    Cruso
412.7750 State of North Carolina    Cruso
451.0750 State of North Carolina    Clyde
451.9250 State of North Carolina    Asheville
452.0500 State of North Carolina    Asheville
452.3500 State of North Carolina    Asheville
453.2875 State of North Carolina
453.8000 State of North Carolina
456.0750 State of North Carolina    Asheville
456.9250 State of North Carolina    Asheville
458.8000 State of North Carolina
460.1125 State of North Carolina
460.1625 State of North Carolina
462.9750 State of North Carolina    Asheville
462.9750 State of North Carolina    Clyde
463.0000 State of North Carolina    Asheville
463.0000 State of North Carolina    Clyde
463.0250 State of North Carolina    Asheville
463.0250 State of North Carolina    Clyde
463.0500 State of North Carolina    Asheville
463.0500 State of North Carolina    Clyde
463.0750 State of North Carolina    Asheville
463.0750 State of North Carolina    Clyde
463.1000 State of North Carolina    Asheville
463.1250 State of North Carolina    Asheville
463.1500 State of North Carolina    Asheville
463.1500 State of North Carolina    Clyde
463.1750 State of North Carolina    Asheville
463.1750 State of North Carolina    Clyde
465.1125 State of North Carolina
806.5625   State   of   North   Carolina          Asheville
810.2125   State   of   North   Carolina          Asheville
810.4625   State   of   North   Carolina          Marshall
811.7375   State   of   North   Carolina          Clyde
814.7375   State   of   North   Carolina          Asheville
851.5625   State   of   North   Carolina          Asheville
855.2125   State   of   North   Carolina          Asheville
855.4625   State   of   North   Carolina          Marshall
856.7375   State   of   North   Carolina          Clyde
859.7375   State   of   North   Carolina          Asheville
953.0500   State   of   North   Carolina          Asheville
953.8500   State   of   North   Carolina          Frying Pan
954.0000   State   of   North   Carolina          Asheville
954.3500   State   of   North   Carolina          Asheville
956.0000   State   of   North   Carolina          Asheville
957.6000   State   of   North   Carolina          Hendersonville
957.9500   State   of   North   Carolina          Asheville
958.9500   State   of   North   Carolina          Canton
959.6000   State   of   North   Carolina          Asheville


North Carolina State Highway Patrol
 42.3800   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol
 42.5000   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol
 42.5200   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol
 42.5800   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol
 42.6000   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol
 42.6200   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol
 42.6400   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol
 42.6600   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol
 42.6800   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol
 42.7000   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol
 42.7200   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol
 42.7600   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol
 42.7800   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol
 42.8000   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol
 42.8200   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol
 42.8400   North   Carolina     State   Alcohol Law Enforcement Officers
 42.8600   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol
 42.9000   North   Carolina     State   DMV Officers
 42.9200   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol
 42.9400   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol
154.6800   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol (VHF portables)
154.9200   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol (VHF portables)
154.9200   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol (VHF mobiles)
155.4450   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol (VHF portables)
155.4750   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol (VHF mobiles)
155.5050   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol (VHF mobiles)
156.0750   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol (VHF mobiles)
159.2100   North   Carolina     State   Highway Patrol (VHF portables)


Asheville businesses
26.1000 WLOS Tv, Inc.                              Asheville
 30.8000   Hayes & Lunsford Electrical Co   Asheville
 35.0600   Ball Service Center              Asheville
 35.0600   Stroup Sheet Metal Works Inc     Asheville
 35.7000   North Carolina Equipment Compa   Asheville
 39.5000   Asheville Housing Authority      Asheville
 43.0600   Ashland Construction Communica   Asheville
 43.4000   Beverly Grant Inc                Asheville
 43.4400   Dillingham Construction Co Inc   Asheville
 44.2600   Fredrickson Motor Express Corp   Asheville
 44.3400   Overnite Transportation Compan   Asheville
 47.4200   American National Red Cross      Asheville
 47.4600   American Red Cross               Asheville
 48.9800   Public Service Co of NC Inc      Asheville
 49.5200   Grace Fuel Co Inc                Asheville
 72.2000   Metrocall Usa Inc                Asheville
 75.7000   UNICOM Corporation               Asheville
 75.7200   Mobilemedia Dp Properties, Inc   Asheville
 75.8200   Mobilecomm Wireless Holdings L   Asheville
 75.8400   Metrocall Usa Inc                Asheville
 88.1000   Western NC Public Radio, Inc.    Asheville
 91.3000   Asheville Religious Educ. Asso   Asheville
 92.5500   American Freightways Inc         Asheville
 97.7000   The Spartan Radiocasting Compa   Asheville
 99.9000   Pine Trails Broadcasting Co.     Asheville
106.3000   Blue Ridge Broadcasting Corpor   Asheville
129.0000   Aeronautical Radio Inc           Asheville
129.1250   Aeronautical Radio Inc           Asheville
129.7500   Aeronautical Radio Inc           Asheville
130.0250   Aeronautical Radio Inc           Asheville
131.3750   Aeronautical Radio Inc           Asheville
131.4500   Aeronautical Radio Inc           Asheville
131.5500   Aeronautical Radio Inc           Asheville
150.9500   Carolina Motor Club              Asheville
151.5500   Hyman Young Greenhouses Inc      Asheville
151.6850   Carolina Truck And Body Co Inc   Asheville
151.6850   Roberts Wrecker Service          Asheville
151.7150   Sronce Automotive Supply Inc     Asheville
151.7150   Huntley Construction Co          Asheville
151.7150   James Dean Wallace Electric Co   Asheville
151.7450   Hyatt Electric Co Inc            Asheville
151.8050   Macks Forklift Service           Asheville
151.8050   Fender Wrecker Service           Asheville
151.8350   Asheville City Board of Educat   Asheville
151.8350   Point South Investment Co Inc    Asheville
151.8350   Asheville Buncombe Technical C   Asheville
151.8350   Wnc Horse Shows                  Asheville
151.8650   M B Haynes Electric Corporatio   Asheville
151.8950   Bolton Corporation               Asheville
151.8950   Givens Estates Inc               Asheville
151.9550   Telephone Systems of Asheville   Asheville
152.1200   Dial Page, Inc.                  Asheville
152.2400   Mobilemedia Dp Properties, Inc   Asheville
152.4800   Reisenweaver Communications In   Asheville
152.9300   Southern Concrete Materials In   Asheville
152.9350   Southern Concrete Materials In   Asheville
153.0650   Biltmore Company Inc             Asheville
153.1400   Gerber Products Company          Asheville
153.1550 Revco Lindberg Inc                Asheville
153.2900 Revco Lindberg Inc                Asheville
153.3050 BASF Corporation                  Asheville
153.9050 Biltmore Forest, Town of          Asheville
154.47125 Metropolitan Sewerage District   Asheville
154.5150 Andy Oxy Co Inc                   Asheville
154.5150 Asheville Buncombe Technical C    Asheville
154.5400 Aaa Pest Control Inc              Asheville
155.8800 Biltmore Forest, Town of          Asheville
155.9400 Biltmore Forest, Town of          Asheville
157.7400 Reisenweaver Communications In    Asheville
157.7400 Pni Spectrum Llc                  Asheville
158.1000 Barnardsville Telephone Compan    Asheville
158.2800 Gerber Products Company           Asheville
158.3100 BASF Corporation                  Asheville
158.3100 Biltmore Forest, Town of          Asheville
158.3550 Biltmore Company Inc              Asheville
158.3850 Rankin Patterson Oil Co Inc       Asheville
158.4300 Ethan Allen Inc                   Asheville
158.4600 Brooks Howell Home                Asheville
158.7000 Mobilemedia Dp Properties, Inc    Asheville
158.9100 Biltmore Forest, Town of          Asheville
159.6750 Biltmore Company Inc              Asheville
160.0050 Central Transport Inc             Asheville
160.2450 Norfolk Southern Railway Co       Asheville
160.2750 Norfolk Southern Railway Compa    Asheville
160.3650 Norfolk Southern Railway Co       Asheville
160.5900 Norfolk Southern Railway Compa    Asheville
160.8300 Norfolk Southern Railway Co       Asheville
160.9500 Norfolk Southern Railway Co       Asheville
161.1450 Norfolk Southern Railway Compa    Asheville
161.2050 Norfolk Southern Railway Co       Asheville
161.2500 Norfolk Southern Railway Compa    Asheville
161.4750 Norfolk Southern Railway Co       Asheville
161.4900 Norfolk Southern Railway Co       Asheville
161.5650 Norfolk Southern Railway Co       Asheville
161.6400 Asheville Broadcasting Corpora    Asheville
161.6400 Multimedia Inc                    Asheville
161.6400 Pine Trails Broadcasting Co In    Asheville
161.7000 Radio Asheville Inc               Asheville
161.7300 Basic Media Ltd                   Asheville
210.0000 River City License Partnership    Asheville
220.0275 Roamer One Inc                    Asheville
220.1775 Roamer One Inc                    Asheville
220.3275 Roamer One Inc                    Asheville
220.4775 Roamer One Inc                    Asheville
220.6275 Roamer One Inc                    Asheville
221.0275 Roamer One Inc                    Asheville
221.1775 Roamer One Inc                    Asheville
221.3275 Roamer One Inc                    Asheville
221.4775 Roamer One Inc                    Asheville
221.6275 Roamer One Inc                    Asheville
450.2875 Whns License Partnership          Asheville
451.3250 At&T Corp                         Asheville
451.8750 R L Coleman Co Inc                Asheville
452.0250 Asheville Paving Company Inc      Asheville
452.0750 M B Haynes Corporation            Asheville
452.1250   R L Coleman Co Inc               Asheville
452.6250   Cnf Transportation Inc           Asheville
453.5250   Ashland Construction Communica   Asheville
455.2875   Whns License Partnership         Asheville
455.5500   Western North Carolina Pub. Ra   Asheville
456.8750   R L Coleman Co Inc               Asheville
457.1250   R L Coleman Co Inc               Asheville
460.7000   US Airways Inc                   Asheville
461.0500   Billy Graham Evangelistic Asso   Asheville
461.1250   Grove Park Inn And Country Clu   Asheville
461.1500   Velvet Ridge Greenhouses Inc     Asheville
461.3000   Mission Saint Josephs Health S   Asheville
461.3250   Brenmor Cable Partners Lp        Asheville
461.4250   Mission Saint Josephs Health S   Asheville
461.5000   Mc Elrath Construction Co Inc    Asheville
461.5000   Communication Service Inc        Asheville
461.5000   Mountain Health Services Inc     Asheville
461.5000   Earthmoving Corporation          Asheville
461.6000   Mission St Josephs Health Syst   Asheville
461.6750   Jackson Paper Manufacturing Co   Asheville
461.6750   Communication Service Inc        Asheville
461.6750   Jones Company                    Asheville
461.7000   Jones Company                    Asheville
461.7250   Asheville Communications Inc     Asheville
461.7375   Belk Department Store            Asheville
461.7750   Wilcox Travel Agency             Asheville
461.8000   Grove Park Inn And Country Clu   Asheville
461.8250   First Baptist Church             Asheville
461.9250   Communication Service Inc        Asheville
461.9250   Mc Gill Associates P A Inc       Asheville
461.9250   Buckeye Construction Co Inc      Asheville
461.9250   Davis Automotive                 Asheville
461.9500   Billy Graham Evangelistic Asso   Asheville
461.9750   Jim AMmons office Supply Inc     Asheville
462.0000   Asheville Communications Inc     Asheville
462.1250   Asheville Communications Inc     Asheville
462.1750   Mission Saint Josephs Health S   Asheville
462.2250   Quaker Oats Company              Asheville
462.2375   Itt Automotive                   Asheville
462.2875   Itt Automotive                   Asheville
462.3000   Itt Automotive                   Asheville
462.3500   Gerber Products Company          Asheville
462.3875   Itt Automotive                   Asheville
462.4500   Itt Automotive                   Asheville
462.5000   Lomey Manufacturing Corp         Asheville
462.5500   Apple Advertising Inc            Asheville
462.7750   UNICOM Corporation               Asheville
462.8000   Carolina Communications & Elec   Asheville
462.8000   Metrocall Usa Inc                Asheville
462.8000   Metrocall Usa Inc                Asheville
462.8250   Mobilecomm Wireless Holdings L   Asheville
462.8500   Shepardson, Rodney               Asheville
462.8750   White, Robert C                  Asheville
463.3250   Ansels Equipment & Service Co    Asheville
463.3500   Asheville Communications Inc     Asheville
463.3750   Deerfield Episcapol Retirement   Asheville
463.3750   Whitleys Communication Service   Asheville
463.5750   White & Williams Inc             Asheville
463.5750   Southern Pump & Tank Company     Asheville
463.5750   Arden Heating & Cooling Inc      Asheville
463.5750   R W Johnson Inc                  Asheville
463.5750   Yellow Freight System Inc        Asheville
463.5750   Broadway Taxi Service            Asheville
463.6750   Asheville Communications Inc     Asheville
463.7000   Wlos Licensee Inc                Asheville
463.8250   Grove Park Inn And Country Clu   Asheville
463.8500   Ermc Lp                          Asheville
463.8750   Billy Graham Evangelistic Asso   Asheville
463.9250   Asheville Communications Inc     Asheville
464.1500   Jones Company                    Asheville
464.2500   Whitleys Communication Service   Asheville
464.2750   Mission St Josephs Health Syst   Asheville
464.3000   William Morris Associates Inc    Asheville
464.4000   Grove Park Inn And Country Clu   Asheville
464.4750   Belk Department Store            Asheville
464.5250   J Crew Group                     Asheville
464.5750   Belk Department Store            Asheville
464.6740   Grove Park Inn & Country Club    Asheville
464.6750   Grove Park Inn & Country Club    Asheville
464.7750   J Crew Group                     Asheville
464.7750   Grove Park Inn & Country Club    Asheville
464.8500   Wilcox Travel Agency             Asheville
464.8750   J Crew Group                     Asheville
464.9000   Asheville Communications Inc     Asheville
464.9250   Mission Saint Josephs Health S   Asheville
464.9750   Citizens Company Inc             Asheville
465.0000   Grove Park Inn And Country Clu   Asheville
466.0750   Southern Pump & Tank Company     Asheville
466.1250   Grove Park Inn And Country Clu   Asheville
466.1500   Velvet Ridge Greenhouses Inc     Asheville
466.2750   Whitleys Communication Service   Asheville
466.3000   Mission Saint Josephs Health S   Asheville
466.3250   Brenmor Cable Partners Lp        Asheville
466.4250   Mission Saint Josephs Health S   Asheville
466.5000   Mc Elrath Construction Co Inc    Asheville
466.5000   Communication Service Inc        Asheville
466.5000   Mountain Health Services Inc     Asheville
466.5000   Earthmoving Corporation          Asheville
466.6000   Mission St Josephs Health Syst   Asheville
466.6750   Jackson Paper Manufacturing Co   Asheville
466.6750   Communication Service Inc        Asheville
466.6750   Jones Company                    Asheville
466.7250   Asheville Communications Inc     Asheville
466.7750   Wilcox Travel Agency             Asheville
466.8000   Grove Park Inn And Country Clu   Asheville
466.8250   First Baptist Church             Asheville
466.9250   Communication Service Inc        Asheville
466.9250   Mc Gill Associates P A Inc       Asheville
466.9250   Buckeye Construction Co Inc      Asheville
466.9250   Davis Automotive                 Asheville
466.9750   Jim AMmons office Supply Inc     Asheville
467.0000   Asheville Communications Inc     Asheville
467.2250   Quaker Oats Company              Asheville
467.2750   Lomey Manufacturing Corp         Asheville
467.3375   Itt Automotive                   Asheville
467.4125   Itt Automotive                   Asheville
467.4500   Itt Automotive                   Asheville
468.3250   Ansels Equipment & Service Co    Asheville
468.3500   Asheville Communications Inc     Asheville
468.3750   Deerfield Episcapol Retirement   Asheville
468.3750   Whitleys Communication Service   Asheville
468.5750   White & Williams Inc             Asheville
468.5750   Southern Pump & Tank Company     Asheville
468.5750   Arden Heating & Cooling Inc      Asheville
468.5750   R W Johnson Inc                  Asheville
468.5750   Broadway Taxi Service            Asheville
468.6000   Earthmoving Corporation          Asheville
468.6750   Asheville Communications Inc     Asheville
468.8250   Grove Park Inn And Country Clu   Asheville
468.8500   Ermc Lp                          Asheville
468.9250   Asheville Communications Inc     Asheville
469.2500   Whitleys Communication Service   Asheville
469.2750   Mission St Josephs Health Syst   Asheville
469.4000   Grove Park Inn And Country Clu   Asheville
469.5750   Belk Department Store            Asheville
469.6750   Jones Company                    Asheville
469.6750   Grove Park Inn & Country Club    Asheville
469.7250   North Carolina Equipment Compa   Asheville
469.7750   Grove Park Inn & Country Club    Asheville
469.8500   Wilcox Travel Agency             Asheville
469.8750   J Crew Group                     Asheville
469.9000   Asheville Communications Inc     Asheville
469.9250   Mission Saint Josephs Health S   Asheville
524.0000   Carolina Christian B/Casting,    Asheville
536.0000   Carolina Christian Broadcastin   Asheville
632.0000   Three Angels B/Casting Network   Asheville
758.0000   Pappas Telecasting of The Caro   Asheville
770.0000   Budd B/Casting Company, Inc.     Asheville
800.0000   National Minority Tv, Inc.       Asheville
806.0000   Nextel Communications            Asheville
810.0375   Whitleys Communications Servic   Asheville
810.2625   Whitleys Communications Servic   Asheville
810.3625   Taylor And Murphy Inc            Asheville
810.4125   Norfolk Southern Corporation     Asheville
813.8625   Federal Express Corporation      Asheville
825.0300   Gte Mobilnet of Asheville Inco   Asheville
835.0200   North Carolina Rsa #4, Inc.      Asheville
851.0375   ATChison Jr, Richard F           Asheville
851.2375   Dickens Fil Aime                 Asheville
851.2625   Garges, Donald                   Asheville
851.2875   Biodec Inc                       Asheville
851.3875   Palmer, Geraldine:Palmer, Perc   Asheville
851.6875   Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
851.7125   Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
851.7875   Rodgers, Dean:Rodgers, Shirley   Asheville
851.9375   Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
851.9625   Langeuin, Judy:Langeuin, Gene    Asheville
852.1625   Ptt Maple Inc                    Asheville
852.4125   Leong, Jeffrey K                 Asheville
852.4625   Plotkin, Moses                   Asheville
852.5125   Simione, Frank                   Asheville
852.5875   Crews, Mary L M                  Asheville
854.0625   Quinlan, Ann V                   Asheville
854.4875   Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
855.0375   Whitleys Communications Servic   Asheville
855.2625   Whitleys Communications Servic   Asheville
855.3625   Taylor And Murphy Inc            Asheville
855.4125   Norfolk Southern Corporation     Asheville
855.8375   Ardis Company                    Asheville
856.1125   Nextel Communications            Asheville
856.1375   Nextel Communications            Asheville
856.6125   Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
856.6375   Sunrise Communications Inc       Asheville
856.6375   Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
856.6875   Smart Smr Inc                    Asheville
857.1125   Nextel Communications            Asheville
857.1375   Nextel Communications            Asheville
857.6125   Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
857.6375   Sunrise Communications Inc       Asheville
857.6375   Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
857.6875   Smart Smr Inc                    Asheville
858.1125   Nextel Communications            Asheville
858.1375   Nextel Communications            Asheville
858.6125   Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
858.6375   Sunrise Communications Inc       Asheville
858.6375   Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
858.6875   Smart Smr Inc                    Asheville
858.8625   Federal Express Corporation      Asheville
859.1125   Nextel Communications            Asheville
859.1375   Nextel Communications            Asheville
859.6125   Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
859.6375   Sunrise Communications Inc       Asheville
859.6375   Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
859.6875   Smart Smr Inc                    Asheville
860.1125   Nextel Communications            Asheville
860.1375   Nextel Communications            Asheville
860.6125   Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
860.6375   Sunrise Communications Inc       Asheville
860.6375   Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
860.6875   Smart Smr Inc                    Asheville
861.0125   Nextel Communications            Asheville
861.1625   Nextel Communications            Asheville
861.2125   Nextel Communications            Asheville
861.2875   Nextel Communications            Asheville
861.2875   Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
861.3125   Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
861.4375   E F Johnson Company              Asheville
861.5375   Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
861.6125   Nextel Communications            Asheville
861.6125   Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
861.6625   Nextel Communications            Asheville
861.7375   Nextel Communications            Asheville
862.0125   Nextel Communications            Asheville
862.1625   Nextel Communications            Asheville
862.2125   Nextel Communications            Asheville
862.2875   Nextel Communications            Asheville
862.2875   Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
862.3125   Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
862.4375 E F Johnson Company              Asheville
862.5375 Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
862.6125 Nextel Communications            Asheville
862.6125 Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
862.6625 Nextel Communications            Asheville
862.7375 Nextel Communications            Asheville
863.0125 Nextel Communications            Asheville
863.1625 Nextel Communications            Asheville
863.2125 Nextel Communications            Asheville
863.2875 Nextel Communications            Asheville
863.2875 Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
863.3125 Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
863.4375 E F Johnson Company              Asheville
863.5375 Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
863.6125 Nextel Communications            Asheville
863.6125 Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
863.6625 Nextel Communications            Asheville
863.7375 Nextel Communications            Asheville
864.0125 Nextel Communications            Asheville
864.1625 Nextel Communications            Asheville
864.2125 Nextel Communications            Asheville
864.2875 Nextel Communications            Asheville
864.2875 Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
864.4375 E F Johnson Company              Asheville
864.5375 Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
864.6125 Nextel Communications            Asheville
864.6125 Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
864.6625 Nextel Communications            Asheville
864.7125 Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
864.7375 Nextel Communications            Asheville
865.0125 Nextel Communications            Asheville
865.0875 Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
865.1625 Nextel Communications            Asheville
865.2125 Nextel Communications            Asheville
865.2875 Nextel Communications            Asheville
865.2875 Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
865.4375 E F Johnson Company              Asheville
865.5375 Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
865.6125 Nextel Communications            Asheville
865.6125 Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
865.6625 Nextel Communications            Asheville
865.7125 Dial Call Inc                    Asheville
865.7375 Nextel Communications            Asheville
896.0000 Public Service Company of Nort   Asheville
911.5000 American Freightways Inc         Asheville
915.1500 American Freightways Inc         Asheville
920.3500 American Freightways Inc         Asheville
924.7500 American Freightways Inc         Asheville
928.00625 Lawrence R Ffrench               Asheville
929.0125 Metrocall Usa Inc                Asheville
929.0875 Hirsh, Ruth                      Asheville
929.1125 Pager One, of Florida Inc        Asheville
929.1375 Paging Network of Tennessee In   Asheville
929.1875 Metrocall Usa Inc                Asheville
929.2375 Morris Communications Inc        Asheville
929.2875 Paging Network of Tennessee In   Asheville
929.3625 Arch Communications Enterprise   Asheville
929.5125 Metrocall Usa Inc                Asheville
929.5375 Mobilecomm Wireless Holdings L   Asheville
929.5625 Paging Network of Tennessee In   Asheville
929.5875 Paging Network of Tennessee In   Asheville
929.6125 Paging Network of Tennessee In   Asheville
929.6625 Pagemart Ii Inc                  Asheville
929.7125 Pagemart Ii Inc                  Asheville
929.7625 Pagemart Ii Inc                  Asheville
929.8375 Arch Communications Enterprise   Asheville
929.8625 Paging Network of North Caroli   Asheville
929.8875 Pactel Paging                    Asheville
929.9375 Pactel Paging                    Asheville
929.9625 Paging Network of Tennessee In   Asheville
931.0125 Metrocall Inc                    Asheville
931.0875 Arch Southeast Communications,   Asheville
931.2125 Contact Communications Inc.      Asheville
931.2625 Gerard J. Skrocki                Asheville
931.2875 Paging Network of Tennessee, I   Asheville
931.3375 Mobilemedia Dp Properties, Inc   Asheville
931.4375 Skytel Corporation,              Asheville
931.4875 American Paging, Inc. (of Ga)    Asheville
931.5125 Usa Mobile Communications, Inc   Asheville
931.5875 Airtouch Paging                  Asheville
931.6125 Clear Paging, Inc,               Asheville
931.6375 John Piskor                      Asheville
931.7625 Contact Communications Inc.      Asheville
931.8125 Mobilecomm Nationwide Operatio   Asheville
931.8375 Airtouch Paging                  Asheville
931.8375 Mobilemedia Paging, Inc.         Asheville
931.8625 Mobilemedia Paging, Inc.         Asheville
931.8875 Mobilecomm Nationwide Operatio   Asheville
931.9375 Skytel Corporation               Asheville
931.9875 Betty Lou Winders Daniel         Asheville
935.8875 Association of American Railro   Asheville
935.9375 Association of American Railro   Asheville
935.9875 Association of American Railro   Asheville
936.5000 Public Service Company of Nort   Asheville
936.8875 Association of American Railro   Asheville
936.9375 Association of American Railro   Asheville
936.9875 Association of American Railro   Asheville
938.0000 Public Service Company of Nort   Asheville
939.7500 Public Service Company of Nort   Asheville
947.5000 Western North Carolina Public    Asheville
948.3750 Orion Communications Ltd         Asheville
948.6250 Orion Communications Ltd         Asheville
949.5000 Western North Carolina Public    Asheville
950.0000 Asheville Broadcasting Corp      Asheville
951.5000 Western North Carolina Public    Asheville
952.00625 Lawrence R Ffrench              Asheville
952.20625 Wincomm Inc                     Asheville
952.24375 Special Mas Partners            Asheville
952.31875 Nexxus Mas Partners             Asheville
1905.0000 Mcnc                            Asheville


University of North Carolina at Asheville
 26.1100   University   of   North   Carolina      Asheville
 26.4500   University   of   North   Carolina      Asheville
151.2650   University   of   North   Carolina      Asheville
151.2800   University   of   North   Carolina      Asheville
155.3100   University   of   North   Carolina      Asheville
158.8800   University   of   North   Carolina      Asheville
159.2700   University   of   North   Carolina      Asheville
450.0200   University   of   North   Carolina      Asheville
453.5500   University   of   North   Carolina      Asheville
458.4250   University   of   North   Carolina      Asheville
461.1750   University   of   North   Carolina      Asheville
463.4750   University   of   North   Carolina      Asheville
466.1750   University   of   North   Carolina      Asheville
548.0000   University   of   North   Carolina      Canton
584.0000   University   of   North   Carolina      Asheville
698.0000   University   of   North   Carolina      Black Mountain


Asheville Buncombe Water Authority
928.50625   Asheville   Buncombe     Water   Authority   Asheville
928.73125   Asheville   Buncombe     Water   Authority   Asheville
952.50625   Asheville   Buncombe     Water   Authority   Asheville
952.73125   Asheville   Buncombe     Water   Authority   Asheville
954.75000   Asheville   Buncombe     Water   Authority   Asheville
955.15000   Asheville   Buncombe     Water   Authority   Black Mountain
955.55000   Asheville   Buncombe     Water   Authority   Asheville
958.35000   Asheville   Buncombe     Water   Authority   Asheville
958.75000   Asheville   Buncombe     Water   Authority   Asheville
959.15000   Asheville   Buncombe     Water   Authority   Asheville




Orange Pages

900MHz Cordless Freqencies:

Ch     Base             Handset              Ch      Base        Handset
--     -------          -------              --      -------     -------
01     902.100          926.100              31      903.000     927.000
02     902.130          926.130              32      903.030     927.030
03     902.160          926.160              33      903.060     927.060
04     902.190          926.190              34      903.090     927.090
05     902.220          926.220              35      903.120     927.120
06     902.250          926.250              36      903.150     927.150
07     902.280          926.280              37      903.180     927.180
08     902.310          926.310              38      903.210     927.210
09     902.340          926.340              39      903.240     927.240
10     902.370          926.370              40      903.270     927.270
11     902.400          926.400              41      903.300     927.300
12     902.430          926.430              42      903.330     927.330
13   902.460   926.460   43   903.360   927.360
14   902.490   926.490   44   903.390   927.390
15   902.520   926.520   45   903.420   927.420
16   902.550   926.550   46   903.450   927.450
17   902.580   926.580   47   903.480   927.480
18   902.610   926.610   48   903.510   927.510
19   902.640   926.640   49   903.540   927.540
20   902.670   926.670   50   903.570   927.570
21   902.700   926.700   51   903.600   927.600
22   902.730   926.730   52   903.630   927.630
23   902.760   926.760   53   903.660   927.660
24   902.790   926.790   54   903.690   927.690
25   902.820   926.820   55   903.720   927.720
26   902.850   926.850   56   903.750   927.750
27   902.880   926.880   57   903.780   927.780
28   902.910   926.910   58   903.810   927.810
29   902.940   926.940   59   903.840   927.840
30   902.970   926.970   60   903.870   927.870
                The Orange Pages
            Personal Communications
Ground-to-air radiotelephones
(Note: "GB" in these listings denotes Guard Band, a series of 3 kHz spacings to
separate communications channels from control channels)

Ch. #    Channel Block
C-1      849.0055 849.2055     849.4055   849.6055   849.8055
C-2      849.0115 849.2115     849.4115   849.6115   849.8115
C-3      849.0175 849.2175     849.4175   849.6175   849.8175
C-4      849.0235 849.2235     849.4235   849.6235   849.8235
C-5      849.0295 849.2295     849.4295   849.6295   849.8295
C-6      849.0355 849.2355     849.4355   849.6355   849.8355
C-7      849.0415 849.2415     849.4415   849.6415   849.8415
C-8      849.0475 849.2475     849.4475   849.6475   849.8475
C-9      849.0535 849.2535     849.4535   849.6535   849.8535
C-10     849.0595 849.2595     849.4595   849.6595   849.8595
C-11     849.0655 849.2655     849.4655   849.6655   849.8655
C-12     849.0715 849.2715     849.4715   849.6715   849.8715
C-13     849.0775 849.2775     849.4775   849.6775   849.8775
C-14     849.0835 849.2835     849.4835   849.6835   849.8835
C-15     849.0895 849.2895     849.4895   849.6895   849.8895
C-16     849.0955 849.2855     849.4955   849.6955   849.8955
C-17     849.1015 849.3015     849.5015   849.7015   849.9015
C-18     849.1075 849.3075     849.5075   849.7075   849.9075
C-19     849.1135 849.3135     849.5135   849.7135   849.9135
C-20     849.1195 849.3195     849.5195   849.7195   849.9195
C-21     849.1255 849.3255     849.5255   849.7255   849.9255
C-22     849.1315 849.3315     849.5315   849.7315   849.9315
C-23     849.1375 849.3375     849.5375   849.7375   849.9375
C-24     849.1435 849.3435     849.5435   849.7435   849.9435
C-25     849.1495 849.3495     849.5495   849.7495   849.9495
C-26     849.1555 849.3555     849.5555   849.7555   849.9555
C-27     849.1615 849.3615     849.5615   849.7615   849.9615
C-28     849.1675 849.3675     849.5675   849.7675   849.9675
C-29     849.1735 849.3735     849.5735   849.7735   849.9735
GB       849.1765 849.3765     849.5765   849.7765   849.9765
         to        to          to         to         to
         849.1797 849.3797     849.5797   849.7797   849.9797
P-6      849.1813 849.3813     849.5813   849.7813   849.9813
P-5      849.1845 849.3845     849.5845   849.7845   849.9845
P-4      849.1877 849.3877     849.5877   849.7877   849.9877
P-3      849.1909 849.3909     849.5909   849.7909   849.9909
P-2      849.1941 849.3941     849.5941   849.7941   849.9941
P-1      849.1973 849.3973     849.5973   849.7973   849.9973

C-1      850.0055   850.2055   850.4055   850.6055   850.8055
C-2      850.0115   850.2115   850.4115   850.6115   850.8115
C-3      850.0175   850.2175   850.4175   850.6175   850.8175
C-4      850.0235   850.2235   850.4235   850.6235   850.8235
C-5      850.0295   850.2295   850.4295   850.6295   850.8295
C-6      850.0355   850.2355   850.4355   850.6355   850.8355
C-7      850.0415   850.2415   850.4415   850.6415   850.8415
C-8      850.0475   850.2475   850.4475   850.6475   850.8475
C-9      850.0535   850.2535   850.4535   850.6535   850.8535
C-10     850.0595   850.2595   850.4595   850.6595   850.8595
C-11     850.0655   850.2655   850.4655   850.6655   850.8655
C-12     850.0715   850.2715   850.4715   850.6715   850.8715
C-13     850.0775   850.2775   850.4775   850.6775   850.8775
C-14     850.0835   850.2835   850.4835   850.6835   850.8835
C-15     850.0895   850.2895   850.4895   850.6895   850.8895
C-16     850.0955   850.2855   850.4955   850.6955   850.8955
C-17     850.1015   850.3015   850.5015   850.7015   850.9015
C-18     850.1075   850.3075   850.5075   850.7075   850.9075
C-19     850.1135   850.3135   850.5135   850.7135   850.9135
C-20     850.1195   850.3195   850.5195   850.7195   850.9195
C-21     850.1255   850.3255   850.5255   850.7255   850.9255
C-22     850.1315   850.3315   850.5315   850.7315   850.9315
C-23     850.1375   850.3375   850.5375   850.7375   850.9375
C-24     850.1435   850.3435   850.5435   850.7435   850.9435
C-25     850.1495   850.3495   850.5495   850.7495   850.9495
C-26     850.1555   850.3555   850.5555   850.7555   850.9555
C-27     850.1615   850.3615   850.5615   850.7615   850.9615
C-28     850.1675   850.3675   850.5675   850.7675   850.9675
C-29     850.1735   850.3735   850.5735   850.7735   850.9735
GB       850.1765   850.3765   850.5765   850.7765   850.9765
         to         to         to         to         to
         850.1797   850.3797   850.5797   850.7797   850.9797
P-6      850.1813   850.3813   850.5813   850.7813   850.9813
P-5      850.1845   850.3845   850.5845   850.7845   850.9845
P-4      850.1877   850.3877   850.5877   850.7877   850.9877
P-3      850.1909   850.3909   850.5909   850.7909   850.9909
P-2      850.1941   850.3941   850.5941   850.7941   850.9941
P-1      850.1973   850.3973   850.5973   850.7973   850.9973

Geographical Channel Block Layout - ground stations using the same channel block
must be at least 300 miles apart.

Greensboro     9
Wilmington     3
Charleston     4
Elizabethton   7
Memphis        10
Nashville      3


Airphone Frequencies & City Allocations
450 MHz Air-Ground Mobile Phones

Below are the frequencies for the 400MHz air-to-ground telephones found in
private Aircraft. The transmissions on these frequencies are FM. Cities
throughout the country have been allocated anywhere from one to three of the
channels listed below. Those channel allocations are listed below. Keep in mind
that not all the allocated channels may be in use in a particular area.
When monitoring these frequencies, be aware that the ground stations repeat the
airborne half of the conversation, but transmit an annoying continuous tone when
not in use. If you are within range of the ground station and want to avoid the
tones but hear both sides of calls when they're made, you can do so by
programming both frequencies into your scanner. Lock out the ground frequencies
when scanning, and when a call is received from a plane, manually step up to the
ground frequency to hear both sides. If you are out of range of the ground
station, you will only be able to hear the plane side of the conversation. This
service is used on private aircraft.

The Ground stations broadcast an annoying tone when not in use. The Planes
broadcast in simplex only, while the Ground station broadcast duplex similar to
cordless phone base/handset operation. The easiest way to monitor this service
is to load first a Plane frequency then a Ground frequency for each channel.
After loading all the channels go back and lock out all of the Ground
frequencies. Scan the Plane frequencies for simplex transmissions and when you
get a hit, press your manual key to jump to the next frequency... the locked out
ground frequency broadcasting in duplex!

Channel   1 - Ground    454.950
Channel   1 - Plane     459.950
Channel   2 - Ground    454.900
Channel   2 - Plane     459.900
Channel   3 - Ground    454.850
Channel   3 - Plane     459.850
Channel   4 - Ground    454.800
Channel   4 - Plane     459.800
Channel   5 - Ground    454.750
Channel   5 - Plane     459.750
Channel   6 - Ground    454.700
Channel   6 - Plane     459.700
Channel   7 - Ground    454.725
Channel   7 - Plane     459.725
Channel   8 - Ground    454.775
Channel   8 - Plane     459.775
Channel   9 - Ground    454.825
Channel   9 - Plane     459.825
Channel   10 - Ground   454.875
Channel   10 - Plane    459.875
Channel   11 - Ground   454.925
Channel   11 - Plane    459.925
Channel   12 - Ground   454.975
Channel   12 - Plane    459.975
Calling   - Ground      454.675 (All Stations)
Calling   - Plane       459.675 (All Stations)


800 MHz Air-to-Ground Telephone
These are the frequencies used by the airlines for air-ground phones. The
transmissions on these frequencies are AM, with the channels spaced 6 kHz apart.
The ten blocks of 29 have been assigned to various areas of the country, and
cities having the same block are separated by at least 300 miles. The
allocations are listed below. The ground frequencies do not echo the
airborne half of the conversation.
Block   1, Channels 1-29 (Ground)    850.8055   -   850.9735
Block   1, Channels 1-29 (Plane)     895.8055   -   895.9735
Block   2, Channels 1-29 (Ground)    850.6055   -   850.7735
Block   2, Channels 1-29 (Plane)     895.6055   -   895.7735
Block   3, Channels 1-29 (Ground)    850.4055   -   850.5735
Block   3, Channels 1-29 (Plane)     895.4055   -   895.5735
Block   4, Channels 1-29 (Ground)    850.2055   -   850.3735
Block   4, Channels 1-29 (Plane)     895.2055   -   895.3735
Block   5, Channels 1-29 (Ground)    850.0055   -   850.1735
Block   5, Channels 1-29 (Plane)     895.0055   -   895.1735
Block   6, Channels 1-29 (Ground)    849.8055   -   849.9735
Block   6, Channels 1-29 (Plane)     894.8055   -   894.9735
Block   7, Channels 1-29 (Ground)    849.6055   -   849.7735
Block   7, Channels 1-29 (Plane)     894.6055   -   894.7735
Block   8, Channels 1-29 (Ground)    849.4055   -   849.5735
Block   8, Channels 1-29 (Plane)     894.4055   -   894.5735
Block   9, Channels 1-29 (Ground)    849.2055   -   849.3735
Block   9, Channels 1-29 (Plane)     894.2055   -   894.3735
Block   10, Channels 1-29 (Ground)   849.0055   -   849.1735
Block   10, Channels 1-29 (Plane)    894.0055   -   894.1735


Airphone Frequencies
Channel         Ground          Plane
 1              454.950         459.950
 2              454.900         459.900
 3              454.850         459.850
 4              454.800         459.800
 5              454.750         459.750
 6              454.700         459.700
 7              454.725         459.725
 8              454.775         459.775
 9              454.825         459.825
10              454.875         459.875
11              454.925         459.925
12              454.975         459.975
Call            454.675         459.675

The Ground stations broadcast an annoying tone when not in use. The Planes
broadcast in simplex only, while the Ground station broadcast duplex similar to
cordless phone base/handset operation. The easiest way to monitor this service
is to load first a Plane frequency then a Ground frequency for each channel.
After loading all the channels go back and lock out all of the Ground
frequencies. Scan the Plane frequencies for simplex transmissions and when you
get a hit, press your manual key to jump to the next frequency... the locked out
ground frequency broadcasting in duplex!


Ground-to-air radiotelephone
(Note" "GB" in these listings denotes Guard Band, a series
of 3 kHz spacings to separate communications channels from
control channels)

Ch. #     Channel Block
10     9          8          7          6
C-1    849.0055   849.2055   849.4055   849.6055   849.8055
C-2    849.0115   849.2115   849.4115   849.6115   849.8115
C-3    849.0175   849.2175   849.4175   849.6175   849.8175
C-4    849.0235   849.2235   849.4235   849.6235   849.8235
C-5    849.0295   849.2295   849.4295   849.6295   849.8295
C-6    849.0355   849.2355   849.4355   849.6355   849.8355
C-7    849.0415   849.2415   849.4415   849.6415   849.8415
C-8    849.0475   849.2475   849.4475   849.6475   849.8475
C-9    849.0535   849.2535   849.4535   849.6535   849.8535
C-10   849.0595   849.2595   849.4595   849.6595   849.8595
C-11   849.0655   849.2655   849.4655   849.6655   849.8655
C-12   849.0715   849.2715   849.4715   849.6715   849.8715
C-13   849.0775   849.2775   849.4775   849.6775   849.8775
C-14   849.0835   849.2835   849.4835   849.6835   849.8835
C-15   849.0895   849.2895   849.4895   849.6895   849.8895
C-16   849.0955   849.2855   849.4955   849.6955   849.8955
C-17   849.1015   849.3015   849.5015   849.7015   849.9015
C-18   849.1075   849.3075   849.5075   849.7075   849.9075
C-19   849.1135   849.3135   849.5135   849.7135   849.9135
C-20   849.1195   849.3195   849.5195   849.7195   849.9195
C-21   849.1255   849.3255   849.5255   849.7255   849.9255
C-22   849.1315   849.3315   849.5315   849.7315   849.9315
C-23   849.1375   849.3375   849.5375   849.7375   849.9375
C-24   849.1435   849.3435   849.5435   849.7435   849.9435
C-25   849.1495   849.3495   849.5495   849.7495   849.9495
C-26   849.1555   849.3555   849.5555   849.7555   849.9555
C-27   849.1615   849.3615   849.5615   849.7615   849.9615
C-28   849.1675   849.3675   849.5675   849.7675   849.9675
C-29   849.1735   849.3735   849.5735   849.7735   849.9735
GB     849.1765   849.3765   849.5765   849.7765   849.9765
to     to         to         to         to
       849.1797   849.3797   849.5797   849.7797   849.9797
P-6    849.1813   849.3813   849.5813   849.7813   849.9813
P-5    849.1845   849.3845   849.5845   849.7845   849.9845
P-4    849.1877   849.3877   849.5877   849.7877   849.9877
P-3    849.1909   849.3909   849.5909   849.7909   849.9909
P-2    849.1941   849.3941   849.5941   849.7941   849.9941
P-1    849.1973   849.3973   849.5973   849.7973   849.9973

5      4          3          2          1
C-1    850.0055   850.2055   850.4055   850.6055   850.8055
C-2    850.0115   850.2115   850.4115   850.6115   850.8115
C-3    850.0175   850.2175   850.4175   850.6175   850.8175
C-4    850.0235   850.2235   850.4235   850.6235   850.8235
C-5    850.0295   850.2295   850.4295   850.6295   850.8295
C-6    850.0355   850.2355   850.4355   850.6355   850.8355
C-7    850.0415   850.2415   850.4415   850.6415   850.8415
C-8    850.0475   850.2475   850.4475   850.6475   850.8475
C-9    850.0535   850.2535   850.4535   850.6535   850.8535
C-10   850.0595   850.2595   850.4595   850.6595   850.8595
C-11   850.0655   850.2655   850.4655   850.6655   850.8655
C-12   850.0715   850.2715   850.4715   850.6715   850.8715
C-13   850.0775   850.2775   850.4775   850.6775   850.8775
C-14   850.0835   850.2835   850.4835   850.6835   850.8835
C-15   850.0895   850.2895   850.4895   850.6895   850.8895
C-16     850.0955   850.2855   850.4955   850.6955   850.8955
C-17     850.1015   850.3015   850.5015   850.7015   850.9015
C-18     850.1075   850.3075   850.5075   850.7075   850.9075
C-19     850.1135   850.3135   850.5135   850.7135   850.9135
C-20     850.1195   850.3195   850.5195   850.7195   850.9195
C-21     850.1255   850.3255   850.5255   850.7255   850.9255
C-22     850.1315   850.3315   850.5315   850.7315   850.9315
C-23     850.1375   850.3375   850.5375   850.7375   850.9375
C-24     850.1435   850.3435   850.5435   850.7435   850.9435
C-25     850.1495   850.3495   850.5495   850.7495   850.9495
C-26     850.1555   850.3555   850.5555   850.7555   850.9555
C-27     850.1615   850.3615   850.5615   850.7615   850.9615
C-28     850.1675   850.3675   850.5675   850.7675   850.9675
C-29     850.1735   850.3735   850.5735   850.7735   850.9735
GB       850.1765   850.3765   850.5765   850.7765   850.9765
to       to         to         to         to
         850.1797   850.3797   850.5797   850.7797   850.9797
P-6      850.1813   850.3813   850.5813   850.7813   850.9813
P-5      850.1845   850.3845   850.5845   850.7845   850.9845
P-4      850.1877   850.3877   850.5877   850.7877   850.9877
P-3      850.1909   850.3909   850.5909   850.7909   850.9909
P-2      850.1941   850.3941   850.5941   850.7941   850.9941
P-1      850.1973   850.3973   850.5973   850.7973   850.9973


Air-to-Ground
Ch. #   Channel Block

10       9          8          7          6
C-1      894.0055   894.2055   894.4055   894.6055   894.8055
C-2      894.0115   894.2115   894.4115   894.6115   894.8115
C-3      894.0175   894.2175   894.4175   894.6175   894.8175
C-4      894.0235   894.2235   894.4235   894.6235   894.8235
C-5      894.0295   894.2295   894.4295   894.6295   894.8295
C-6      894.0355   894.2355   894.4355   894.6355   894.8355
C-7      894.0415   894.2415   894.4415   894.6415   894.8415
C-8      894.0475   894.2475   894.4475   894.6475   894.8475
C-9      894.0535   894.2535   894.4535   894.6535   894.8535
C-10     894.0595   894.2595   894.4595   894.6595   894.8595
C-11     894.0655   894.2655   894.4655   894.6655   894.8655
C-12     894.0715   894.2715   894.4715   894.6715   894.8715
C-13     894.0775   894.2775   894.4775   894.6775   894.8775
C-14     894.0835   894.2835   894.4835   894.6835   894.8835
C-15     894.0895   894.2895   894.4895   894.6895   894.8895
C-16     894.0955   894.2855   894.4955   894.6955   894.8955
C-17     894.1015   894.3015   894.5015   894.7015   894.9015
C-18     894.1075   894.3075   894.5075   894.7075   894.9075
C-19     894.1135   894.3135   894.5135   894.7135   894.9135
C-20     894.1195   894.3195   894.5195   894.7195   894.9195
C-21     894.1255   894.3255   894.5255   894.7255   894.9255
C-22     894.1315   894.3315   894.5315   894.7315   894.9315
C-23     894.1375   894.3375   894.5375   894.7375   894.9375
C-24     894.1435   894.3435   894.5435   894.7435   894.9435
C-25     894.1495   894.3495   894.5495   894.7495   894.9495
C-26     894.1555   894.3555   894.5555   894.7555   894.9555
C-27       894.1615   894.3615   894.5615   894.7615   894.9615
C-28       894.1675   894.3675   894.5675   894.7675   894.9675
C-29       894.1735   894.3735   894.5735   894.7735   894.9735
GB         894.1765   894.3765   894.5765   894.7765   894.9765
to         to         to         to         to
894.1797   894.3797   894.5797   894.7797   894.9797
P-6        894.1813   894.3813   894.5813   894.7813   894.9813
P-5        894.1845   894.3845   894.5845   894.7845   894.9845
P-4        894.1877   894.3877   894.5877   894.7877   894.9877
P-3        894.1909   894.3909   894.5909   894.7909   894.9909
P-2        894.1941   894.3941   894.5941   894.7941   894.9941
P-1        894.1973   894.3973   894.5973   894.7973   894.9973

5          4          3          2          1
C-1        895.0055   895.2055   895.4055   895.6055   895.8055
C-2        895.0115   895.2115   895.4115   895.6115   895.8115
C-3        895.0175   895.2175   895.4175   895.6175   895.8175
C-4        895.0235   895.2235   895.4235   895.6235   895.8235
C-5        895.0295   895.2295   895.4295   895.6295   895.8295
C-6        895.0355   895.2355   895.4355   895.6355   895.8355
C-7        895.0415   895.2415   895.4415   895.6415   895.8415
C-8        895.0475   895.2475   895.4475   895.6475   895.8475
C-9        895.0535   895.2535   895.4535   895.6535   895.8535
C-10       895.0595   895.2595   895.4595   895.6595   895.8595
C-11       895.0655   895.2655   895.4655   895.6655   895.8655
C-12       895.0715   895.2715   895.4715   895.6715   895.8715
C-13       895.0775   895.2775   895.4775   895.6775   895.8775
C-14       895.0835   895.2835   895.4835   895.6835   895.8835
C-15       895.0895   895.2895   895.4895   895.6895   895.8895
C-16       895.0955   895.2855   895.4955   895.6955   895.8955
C-17       895.1015   895.3015   895.5015   895.7015   895.9015
C-18       895.1075   895.3075   895.5075   895.7075   895.9075
C-19       895.1135   895.3135   895.5135   895.7135   895.9135
C-20       895.1195   895.3195   895.5195   895.7195   895.9195
C-21       895.1255   895.3255   895.5255   895.7255   895.9255
C-22       895.1315   895.3315   895.5315   895.7315   895.9315
C-23       895.1375   895.3375   895.5375   895.7375   895.9375
C-24       895.1435   895.3435   895.5435   895.7435   895.9435
C-25       895.1495   895.3495   895.5495   895.7495   895.9495
C-26       895.1555   895.3555   895.5555   895.7555   895.9555
C-27       895.1615   895.3615   895.5615   895.7615   895.9615
C-28       895.1675   895.3675   895.5675   895.7675   895.9675
C-29       895.1735   895.3735   895.5735   895.7735   895.9735
GB         895.1765   895.3765   895.5765   895.7765   895.9765
to         to         to         to         to
895.1797   895.3797   895.5797   895.7797   895.9797
P-6        895.1813   895.3813   895.5813   895.7813   895.9813
P-5        895.1845   895.3845   895.5845   895.7845   895.9845
P-4        895.1877   895.3877   895.5877   895.7877   895.9877
P-3        895.1909   895.3909   895.5909   895.7909   895.9909
P-2        895.1941   895.3941   895.5941   895.7941   895.9941
P-1        895.1973   895.3973   895.5973   895.7973   895.9973

Geographical Channel Block Layout - ground stations using the same channel block
must be at least 300 miles apart

North Carolina
Greensboro       9
Wilmington       3
South Carolina
Charleston       4
Tennessee
Elizabethton     7
Memphis          10
Nashville        3


450 MHz Air-Ground Mobile Phones
Below are the frequencies for the 400MHz air-to-ground telephones found in
private Aircraft. The transmissions on these
frequencies are FM. Cities throughout the country have been allocated anywhere
from one to three of the channels listed
below. Those channel allocations are listed below. Keep in mind that not all the
allocated channels may be in use in a particular
area.

When monitoring these frequencies, be aware that the ground stations repeat the
airborne half of the converstion, but transmit
an annoying continuous tone when not in use. If you are within range of the
ground station and want to avoid the tones but hear
both sides of calls when they're made, you can do so by programming both
frequencies into your scanner. Lock out the ground
frequencies when scanning, and when a call is received from a plane, manually
step up to the ground frequency to hear both
sides. If you are out of range of the ground station, you will only be able to
hear the plane side of the conversation. This service
is used on private aircraft.




Channel   1 - Ground    454.950
Channel   1 - Plane     459.950
Channel   2 - Ground    454.900
Channel   2 - Plane     459.900
Channel   3 - Ground    454.850
Channel   3 - Plane     459.850
Channel   4 - Ground    454.800
Channel   4 - Plane     459.800
Channel   5 - Ground    454.750
Channel   5 - Plane     459.750
Channel   6 - Ground    454.700
Channel   6 - Plane     459.700
Channel   7 - Ground    454.725
Channel   7 - Plane     459.725
Channel   8 - Ground    454.775
Channel   8 - Plane     459.775
Channel   9 - Ground    454.825
Channel   9 - Plane     459.825
Channel   10 - Ground   454.875
Channel   10 - Plane    459.875
Channel   11 - Ground   454.925
Channel   11 - Plane    459.925
Channel   12 - Ground   454.975
Channel   12 - Plane    459.975
Calling   - Ground      454.675 (All Stations)
Calling   - Plane       459.675 (All Stations)



800 MHz Air to Ground Telephone
These are the frequencies used by the airlines for air-ground phones. The
transmissions on these frequencies are AM, with the
channels spaced 6 kHz apart. The ten blocks of 29 have been assigned to various
areas of the country, and cities having the
same block are separated by at least 300 miles. The allocations are listed
below. The ground frequencies do not echo the
airborne half of the conversation.

Block   1, Channels 1-29 (Ground)    850.8055   -   850.9735
Block   1, Channels 1-29 (Plane)     895.8055   -   895.9735
Block   2, Channels 1-29 (Ground)    850.6055   -   850.7735
Block   2, Channels 1-29 (Plane)     895.6055   -   895.7735
Block   3, Channels 1-29 (Ground)    850.4055   -   850.5735
Block   3, Channels 1-29 (Plane)     895.4055   -   895.5735
Block   4, Channels 1-29 (Ground)    850.2055   -   850.3735
Block   4, Channels 1-29 (Plane)     895.2055   -   895.3735
Block   5, Channels 1-29 (Ground)    850.0055   -   850.1735
Block   5, Channels 1-29 (Plane)     895.0055   -   895.1735
Block   6, Channels 1-29 (Ground)    849.8055   -   849.9735
Block   6, Channels 1-29 (Plane)     894.8055   -   894.9735
Block   7, Channels 1-29 (Ground)    849.6055   -   849.7735
Block   7, Channels 1-29 (Plane)     894.6055   -   894.7735
Block   8, Channels 1-29 (Ground)    849.4055   -   849.5735
Block   8, Channels 1-29 (Plane)     894.4055   -   894.5735
Block   9, Channels 1-29 (Ground)    849.2055   -   849.3735
Block   9, Channels 1-29 (Plane)     894.2055   -   894.3735
Block   10, Channels 1-29 (Ground)   849.0055   -   849.1735
Block   10, Channels 1-29 (Plane)    894.0055   -   894.1735


Baby Monitors
49.830   -   Ch.   A
49.845   -   Ch.   B
49.860   -   Ch.   C
49.875   -   Ch.   D
49.890   -   Ch.   E

General Scan Range: 49.830 - 49.93


Bugs
There has been an increase in the use for using wireless transmitters not only
by Law Enforcement Agencies but for private gain of information. Big companies
bug there competition to find out about new products and such, husbands/wives
bug each other to find out if the other is having an affair, and so on. Wireless
transmitters are not only used for these purposes you can find them in use by
your local preacher at church, or entertainers while on stage and so forth. Put
these frequencies in your scanner and drive around and see what comes up.

49 - 50 MHz         72 - 76 MHz       88 - 108 MHz            174 - 216 MHz

Known frequencies used for surveillance

 30.8400         33.1200    33.1400         33.4000           35.0200     39.0600
 42.9800        149.3500   150.7750        150.7900          151.6250    154.5700
154.6000        154.6950   154.9950        165.9125          167.3375    167.3425
167.4875        168.0115   169.2000        169.4450          169.5050    170.2450
170.3050        171.0450   171.1050        171.4500          171.8450    171.9050
172.0000        172.2000   173.2250        173.3375          457.5250    457.5500
457.5625        457.5750   457.6000        467.7500          467.7750    467.7875
467.8000        467.8250   467.8500        467.8750          467.9000    467.9250


Bumper Beepers

Bumper Beepers are used for mobile tracking, such as when law enforcement is
tracking an automobile in real-time. Search within these bands.

30.85   -   30.87      30.89   -   30.91         30.93   -   30.95      30.97   -   30.99
31.01   -   31.03      31.05   -   31.07         31.09   -   31.11      31.13   -   31.15
31.17   -   31.19      31.21   -   31.23         31.25   -   31.27      31.29   -   31.31
31.33   -   31.35      31.37   -   31.39         31.41   -   31.43      31.45   -   31.47
31.49   -   31.51      31.53   -   31.55         31.57   -   31.59      31.61   -   31.63
31.65   -   31.67      31.69   -   31.71         31.73   -   31.75      31.77   -   31.79
31.81   -   31.83      31.85   -   31.87         31.89   -   31.91      31.93   -   31.95
31.97   -   32.00      33.00   -   33.03         33.05   -   33.07      33.41   -   34.00
37.00   -   37.43      37.89   -   38.00         39.00   -   40.00      42.00   -   42.91
44.61   -   45.91      45.93   -   45.95         45.97   -   45.99      46.01   -   46.03
46.05   -   46.60      47.00   -   47.41

150.9950    -   151.4900       153.7400      -   154.4450            154.6350   -   155.1950
155.4150    -   156.2500       158.7150      -   159.4650            453.0125   -   453.9875
458.0125    -   458.9875       460.5125      -   460.5625            460.5625   -   460.6375
462.9375    -   462.9875       465.0125      -   465.5125            465.5625   -   465.6375
467.9375    -   467.9875


Citizens Band
26.9650     Citizens   Band   channel   1
26.9750     Citizens   Band   channel   2
26.9850     Citizens   Band   channel   3
27.0050     Citizens   Band   channel   4
27.0150     Citizens   Band   channel   5
27.0250     Citizens   Band   channel   6
27.0350     Citizens   Band   channel   7
27.0550     Citizens   Band   channel   8
27.0650     Citizens   Band   channel   9
27.0750     Citizens   Band   channel   10
27.0850     Citizens   Band   channel   11
 27.1050   Citizens   Band   channel   12
 27.1150   Citizens   Band   channel   13
 27.1250   Citizens   Band   channel   14
 27.1350   Citizens   Band   channel   15
 27.1550   Citizens   Band   channel   16
 27.1650   Citizens   Band   channel   17
 27.1750   Citizens   Band   channel   18
 27.1850   Citizens   Band   channel   19
 27.2050   Citizens   Band   channel   20
 27.2150   Citizens   Band   channel   21
 27.2250   Citizens   Band   channel   22
 27.2350   Citizens   Band   channel   23
 27.2450   Citizens   Band   channel   24
 27.2550   Citizens   Band   channel   25
 27.2650   Citizens   Band   channel   26
 27.2750   Citizens   Band   channel   27
 27.2850   Citizens   Band   channel   28
 27.2950   Citizens   Band   channel   29
 27.3050   Citizens   Band   channel   30
 27.3150   Citizens   Band   channel   31
 27.3250   Citizens   Band   channel   32
 27.3350   Citizens   Band   channel   33
 27.3450   Citizens   Band   channel   34
 27.3550   Citizens   Band   channel   35
 27.3650   Citizens   Band   channel   36
 27.3750   Citizens   Band   channel   37
 27.3850   Citizens   Band   channel   38
 27.3950   Citizens   Band   channel   39
 27.4050   Citizens   Band   channel   40
7

Cellular
Cellular Phone Band A (Channel 1 is Data)

Cell # 1
Channel 1    (333)    Tx   879.990   Rx   834.990
Channel 2    (312)    Tx   879.360   Rx   834.360
Channel 3    (291)    Tx   878.730   Rx   833.730
Channel 4    (270)    Tx   878.100   Rx   833.100
Channel 5    (249)    Tx   877.470   Rx   832.470
Channel 6    (228)    Tx   876.840   Rx   831.840
Channel 7    (207)    Tx   876.210   Rx   831.210
Channel 8    (186)    Tx   875.580   Rx   830.580
Channel 9    (165)    Tx   874.950   Rx   829.950
Channel 10   (144)    Tx   874.320   Rx   829.320
Channel 11   (123)    Tx   873.690   Rx   828.690
Channel 12   (102)    Tx   873.060   Rx   828.060
Channel 13   (81)     Tx   872.430   Rx   827.430
Channel 14   (60)     Tx   871.800   Rx   826.800
Channel 15   (39)     Tx   871.170   Rx   826.170
Channel 16   (18)     Tx   870.540   Rx   825.540

Cell # 2
Channel 1    (332) Tx 879.960        Rx 834.960
Channel 2    (311) Tx 879.330        Rx 834.330
Channel   3    (290)   Tx   878.700   Rx   833.700
Channel   4    (269)   Tx   878.070   Rx   833.070
Channel   5    (248)   Tx   877.440   Rx   832.440
Channel   6    (227)   Tx   876.810   Rx   831.810
Channel   7    (206)   Tx   876.180   Rx   831.180
Channel   8    (185)   Tx   875.550   Rx   830.550
Channel   9    (164)   Tx   874.920   Rx   829.920
Channel   10   (143)   Tx   874.290   Rx   829.290
Channel   11   (122)   Tx   873.660   Rx   828.660
Channel   12   (101)   Tx   873.030   Rx   828.030
Channel   13   (80)    Tx   872.400   Rx   827.400
Channel   14   (59)    Tx   871.770   Rx   826.770
Channel   15   (38)    Tx   871.140   Rx   826.140
Channel   16   (17)    Tx   870.510   Rx   825.510

Cell # 3
Channel 1      (331)   Tx   879.930   Rx   834.930
Channel 2      (310)   Tx   879.300   Rx   834.300
Channel 3      (289)   Tx   878.670   Rx   833.670
Channel 4      (268)   Tx   878.040   Rx   833.040
Channel 5      (247)   Tx   877.410   Rx   832.410
Channel 6      (226)   Tx   876.780   Rx   831.780
Channel 7      (205)   Tx   876.150   Rx   831.150
Channel 8      (184)   Tx   875.520   Rx   830.520
Channel 9      (163)   Tx   874.890   Rx   829.890
Channel 10     (142)   Tx   874.260   Rx   829.260
Channel 11     (121)   Tx   873.630   Rx   828.630
Channel 12     (100)   Tx   873.000   Rx   828.000
Channel 13     (79)    Tx   872.370   Rx   827.370
Channel 14     (58)    Tx   871.740   Rx   826.740
Channel 15     (37)    Tx   871.110   Rx   826.110
Channel 16     (16)    Tx   870.480   Rx   825.480

Cell # 4
Channel 1      (330)   Tx   879.900   Rx   834.900
Channel 2      (309)   Tx   879.270   Rx   834.270
Channel 3      (288)   Tx   878.640   Rx   833.640
Channel 4      (267)   Tx   878.010   Rx   833.010
Channel 5      (246)   Tx   877.380   Rx   832.380
Channel 6      (225)   Tx   876.750   Rx   831.750
Channel 7      (204)   Tx   876.120   Rx   831.120
Channel 8      (183)   Tx   875.490   Rx   830.490
Channel 9      (162)   Tx   874.860   Rx   829.860
Channel 10     (141)   Tx   874.230   Rx   829.230
Channel 11     (120)   Tx   873.600   Rx   828.600
Channel 12     (99)    Tx   872.970   Rx   827.970
Channel 13     (78)    Tx   872.340   Rx   827.340
Channel 14     (57)    Tx   871.710   Rx   826.710
Channel 15     (36)    Tx   871.080   Rx   826.080
Channel 16     (15)    Tx   870.450   Rx   825.450

Cell # 5
Channel 1      (329)   Tx   879.870   Rx   834.870
Channel 2      (308)   Tx   879.240   Rx   834.240
Channel 3      (287)   Tx   878.610   Rx   833.610
Channel 4      (266)   Tx   877.980   Rx   832.980
Channel 5      (245)   Tx   877.350   Rx   832.350
Channel   6    (224)   Tx   876.720   Rx   831.720
Channel   7    (203)   Tx   876.090   Rx   831.090
Channel   8    (182)   Tx   875.460   Rx   830.460
Channel   9    (161)   Tx   874.830   Rx   829.830
Channel   10   (140)   Tx   874.200   Rx   829.200
Channel   11   (119)   Tx   873.570   Rx   828.570
Channel   12   (98)    Tx   872.940   Rx   827.940
Channel   13   (77)    Tx   872.310   Rx   827.310
Channel   14   (56)    Tx   871.680   Rx   826.680
Channel   15   (35)    Tx   871.050   Rx   826.050
Channel   16   (14)    Tx   870.420   Rx   825.420

Cell # 6
Channel 1      (328)   Tx   879.840   Rx   834.840
Channel 2      (307)   Tx   879.210   Rx   834.210
Channel 3      (286)   Tx   878.580   Rx   833.580
Channel 4      (265)   Tx   877.950   Rx   832.950
Channel 5      (244)   Tx   877.320   Rx   832.320
Channel 6      (223)   Tx   876.690   Rx   831.690
Channel 7      (202)   Tx   876.060   Rx   831.060
Channel 8      (181)   Tx   875.430   Rx   830.430
Channel 9      (160)   Tx   874.800   Rx   829.800
Channel 10     (139)   Tx   874.170   Rx   829.170
Channel 11     (118)   Tx   873.540   Rx   828.540
Channel 12     (97)    Tx   872.910   Rx   827.910
Channel 13     (76)    Tx   872.280   Rx   827.280
Channel 14     (55)    Tx   871.650   Rx   826.650
Channel 15     (34)    Tx   871.020   Rx   826.020
Channel 16     (13)    Tx   870.390   Rx   825.390

Cell # 7
Channel 1      (327)   Tx   879.810   Rx   834.810
Channel 2      (306)   Tx   879.180   Rx   834.180
Channel 3      (285)   Tx   878.550   Rx   833.550
Channel 4      (264)   Tx   877.920   Rx   832.920
Channel 5      (243)   Tx   877.290   Rx   832.290
Channel 6      (222)   Tx   876.660   Rx   831.660
Channel 7      (201)   Tx   876.030   Rx   831.030
Channel 8      (180)   Tx   875.400   Rx   830.400
Channel 9      (159)   Tx   874.770   Rx   829.770
Channel 10     (138)   Tx   874.140   Rx   829.140
Channel 11     (117)   Tx   873.510   Rx   828.510
Channel 12     (96)    Tx   872.880   Rx   827.880
Channel 13     (75)    Tx   872.250   Rx   827.250
Channel 14     (54)    Tx   871.620   Rx   826.620
Channel 15     (33)    Tx   870.990   Rx   825.990
Channel 16     (12)    Tx   870.360   Rx   825.360

Cell # 8
Channel 1      (326)   Tx   879.780   Rx   834.780
Channel 2      (305)   Tx   879.150   Rx   834.150
Channel 3      (284)   Tx   878.520   Rx   833.520
Channel 4      (263)   Tx   877.890   Rx   832.890
Channel 5      (242)   Tx   877.260   Rx   832.260
Channel 6      (221)   Tx   876.630   Rx   831.630
Channel 7      (200)   Tx   876.000   Rx   831.000
Channel 8      (179)   Tx   875.370   Rx   830.370
Channel   9    (158)   Tx   874.740   Rx   829.740
Channel   10   (137)   Tx   874.110   Rx   829.110
Channel   11   (116)   Tx   873.480   Rx   828.480
Channel   12   (95)    Tx   872.850   Rx   827.850
Channel   13   (74)    Tx   872.220   Rx   827.220
Channel   14   (53)    Tx   871.590   Rx   826.590
Channel   15   (32)    Tx   870.960   Rx   825.960
Channel   16   (11)    Tx   870.330   Rx   825.330

Cell # 9
Channel 1      (325)   Tx   879.750   Rx   834.750
Channel 2      (304)   Tx   879.120   Rx   834.120
Channel 3      (283)   Tx   878.490   Rx   833.490
Channel 4      (262)   Tx   877.860   Rx   832.860
Channel 5      (241)   Tx   877.230   Rx   832.230
Channel 6      (220)   Tx   876.600   Rx   831.600
Channel 7      (199)   Tx   875.970   Rx   830.970
Channel 8      (178)   Tx   875.340   Rx   830.340
Channel 9      (157)   Tx   874.710   Rx   829.710
Channel 10     (136)   Tx   874.080   Rx   829.080
Channel 11     (115)   Tx   873.450   Rx   828.450
Channel 12     (94)    Tx   872.820   Rx   827.820
Channel 13     (73)    Tx   872.190   Rx   827.190
Channel 14     (52)    Tx   871.560   Rx   826.560
Channel 15     (31)    Tx   870.930   Rx   825.930
Channel 16     (10)    Tx   870.300   Rx   825.300

Cell # 10
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Channel 1      (324)   Tx   879.720   Rx   834.720
Channel 2      (303)   Tx   879.090   Rx   834.090
Channel 3      (282)   Tx   878.460   Rx   833.460
Channel 4      (261)   Tx   877.830   Rx   832.830
Channel 5      (240)   Tx   877.200   Rx   832.200
Channel 6      (219)   Tx   876.570   Rx   831.570
Channel 7      (198)   Tx   875.940   Rx   830.940
Channel 8      (177)   Tx   875.310   Rx   830.310
Channel 9      (156)   Tx   874.680   Rx   829.680
Channel 10     (135)   Tx   874.050   Rx   829.050
Channel 11     (114)   Tx   873.420   Rx   828.420
Channel 12     (93)    Tx   872.790   Rx   827.790
Channel 13     (72)    Tx   872.160   Rx   827.160
Channel 14     (51)    Tx   871.530   Rx   826.530
Channel 15     (30)    Tx   870.900   Rx   825.900
Channel 16     (9)     Tx   870.270   Rx   825.270

Cell # 11
Channel 1      (323)   Tx   879.690   Rx   834.690
Channel 2      (302)   Tx   879.060   Rx   834.060
Channel 3      (281)   Tx   878.430   Rx   833.430
Channel 4      (260)   Tx   877.800   Rx   832.800
Channel 5      (239)   Tx   877.170   Rx   832.170
Channel 6      (218)   Tx   876.540   Rx   831.540
Channel 7      (197)   Tx   875.910   Rx   830.910
Channel 8      (176)   Tx   875.280   Rx   830.280
Channel 9      (155)   Tx   874.650   Rx   829.650
Channel 10     (134)   Tx   874.020   Rx   829.020
Channel   11   (113)   Tx   873.390   Rx   828.390
Channel   12   (92)    Tx   872.760   Rx   827.760
Channel   13   (71)    Tx   872.130   Rx   827.130
Channel   14   (50)    Tx   871.500   Rx   826.500
Channel   15   (29)    Tx   870.870   Rx   825.870
Channel   16   (8)     Tx   870.240   Rx   825.240

Cell # 12
Channel 1      (322)   Tx   879.660   Rx   834.660
Channel 2      (301)   Tx   879.030   Rx   834.030
Channel 3      (280)   Tx   878.400   Rx   833.400
Channel 4      (259)   Tx   877.770   Rx   832.770
Channel 5      (238)   Tx   877.140   Rx   832.140
Channel 6      (217)   Tx   876.510   Rx   831.510
Channel 7      (196)   Tx   875.880   Rx   830.880
Channel 8      (175)   Tx   875.250   Rx   830.250
Channel 9      (154)   Tx   874.620   Rx   829.620
Channel 10     (133)   Tx   873.990   Rx   828.990
Channel 11     (112)   Tx   873.360   Rx   828.360
Channel 12     (91)    Tx   872.730   Rx   827.730
Channel 13     (70)    Tx   872.100   Rx   827.100
Channel 14     (49)    Tx   871.470   Rx   826.470
Channel 15     (28)    Tx   870.840   Rx   825.840
Channel 16     (7)     Tx   870.210   Rx   825.210

Cell # 13
Channel 1      (321)   Tx   879.630   Rx   834.630
Channel 2      (300)   Tx   879.000   Rx   834.000
Channel 3      (279)   Tx   878.370   Rx   833.370
Channel 4      (258)   Tx   877.740   Rx   832.740
Channel 5      (237)   Tx   877.110   Rx   832.110
Channel 6      (216)   Tx   876.480   Rx   831.480
Channel 7      (195)   Tx   875.850   Rx   830.850
Channel 8      (174)   Tx   875.220   Rx   830.220
Channel 9      (153)   Tx   874.590   Rx   829.590
Channel 10     (132)   Tx   873.960   Rx   828.960
Channel 11     (111)   Tx   873.330   Rx   828.330
Channel 12     (90)    Tx   872.700   Rx   827.700
Channel 13     (69)    Tx   872.070   Rx   827.070
Channel 14     (48)    Tx   871.440   Rx   826.440
Channel 15     (27)    Tx   870.810   Rx   825.810
Channel 16     (6)     Tx   870.180   Rx   825.180

Cell # 14
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Channel 1      (320)   Tx   879.600   Rx   834.600
Channel 2      (299)   Tx   878.970   Rx   833.970
Channel 3      (278)   Tx   878.340   Rx   833.340
Channel 4      (257)   Tx   877.710   Rx   832.710
Channel 5      (236)   Tx   877.080   Rx   832.080
Channel 6      (215)   Tx   876.450   Rx   831.450
Channel 7      (194)   Tx   875.820   Rx   830.820
Channel 8      (173)   Tx   875.190   Rx   830.190
Channel 9      (152)   Tx   874.560   Rx   829.560
Channel 10     (131)   Tx   873.930   Rx   828.930
Channel 11     (110)   Tx   873.300   Rx   828.300
Channel 12     (89)    Tx   872.670   Rx   827.670
Channel   13   (68)    Tx   872.040   Rx   827.040
Channel   14   (47)    Tx   871.410   Rx   826.410
Channel   15   (26)    Tx   870.780   Rx   825.780
Channel   16   (5)     Tx   870.150   Rx   825.150

Cell # 15
Channel 1      (319)   Tx   879.570   Rx   834.570
Channel 2      (298)   Tx   878.940   Rx   833.940
Channel 3      (277)   Tx   878.310   Rx   833.310
Channel 4      (256)   Tx   877.680   Rx   832.680
Channel 5      (235)   Tx   877.050   Rx   832.050
Channel 6      (214)   Tx   876.420   Rx   831.420
Channel 7      (193)   Tx   875.790   Rx   830.790
Channel 8      (172)   Tx   875.160   Rx   830.160
Channel 9      (151)   Tx   874.530   Rx   829.530
Channel 10     (130)   Tx   873.900   Rx   828.900
Channel 11     (109)   Tx   873.270   Rx   828.270
Channel 12     (88)    Tx   872.640   Rx   827.640
Channel 13     (67)    Tx   872.010   Rx   827.010
Channel 14     (46)    Tx   871.380   Rx   826.380
Channel 15     (25)    Tx   870.750   Rx   825.750
Channel 16     (4)     Tx   870.120   Rx   825.120

Cell # 16
Channel 1      (318)   Tx   879.540   Rx   834.540
Channel 2      (297)   Tx   878.910   Rx   833.910
Channel 3      (276)   Tx   878.280   Rx   833.280
Channel 4      (255)   Tx   877.650   Rx   832.650
Channel 5      (234)   Tx   877.020   Rx   832.020
Channel 6      (213)   Tx   876.390   Rx   831.390
Channel 7      (192)   Tx   875.760   Rx   830.760
Channel 8      (171)   Tx   875.130   Rx   830.130
Channel 9      (150)   Tx   874.500   Rx   829.500
Channel 10     (129)   Tx   873.870   Rx   828.870
Channel 11     (108)   Tx   873.240   Rx   828.240
Channel 12     (87)    Tx   872.610   Rx   827.610
Channel 13     (66)    Tx   871.980   Rx   826.980
Channel 14     (45)    Tx   871.350   Rx   826.350
Channel 15     (24)    Tx   870.720   Rx   825.720
Channel 16     (3)     Tx   870.090   Rx   825.090

Cell # 17
Channel 1      (317)   Tx   879.510   Rx   834.510
Channel 2      (296)   Tx   878.880   Rx   833.880
Channel 3      (275)   Tx   878.250   Rx   833.250
Channel 4      (254)   Tx   877.620   Rx   832.620
Channel 5      (233)   Tx   876.990   Rx   831.990
Channel 6      (212)   Tx   876.360   Rx   831.360
Channel 7      (191)   Tx   875.730   Rx   830.730
Channel 8      (170)   Tx   875.100   Rx   830.100
Channel 9      (149)   Tx   874.470   Rx   829.470
Channel 10     (128)   Tx   873.840   Rx   828.840
Channel 11     (107)   Tx   873.210   Rx   828.210
Channel 12     (86)    Tx   872.580   Rx   827.580
Channel 13     (65)    Tx   871.950   Rx   826.950
Channel 14     (44)    Tx   871.320   Rx   826.320
Channel 15     (23)    Tx   870.690   Rx   825.690
Channel 16   (2)     Tx 870.060     Rx 825.060

Cell # 18
Channel 1    (316)   Tx   879.480   Rx   834.480
Channel 2    (295)   Tx   878.850   Rx   833.850
Channel 3    (274)   Tx   878.220   Rx   833.220
Channel 4    (253)   Tx   877.590   Rx   832.590
Channel 5    (232)   Tx   876.960   Rx   831.960
Channel 6    (211)   Tx   876.330   Rx   831.330
Channel 7    (190)   Tx   875.700   Rx   830.700
Channel 8    (169)   Tx   875.070   Rx   830.070
Channel 9    (148)   Tx   874.440   Rx   829.440
Channel 10   (127)   Tx   873.810   Rx   828.810
Channel 11   (106)   Tx   873.180   Rx   828.180
Channel 12   (85)    Tx   872.550   Rx   827.550
Channel 13   (64)    Tx   871.920   Rx   826.920
Channel 14   (43)    Tx   871.290   Rx   826.290
Channel 15   (22)    Tx   870.660   Rx   825.660
Channel 16   (1)     Tx   870.030   Rx   825.030

Cell # 19
Channel 1    (315)   Tx   879.450   Rx   834.450
Channel 2    (294)   Tx   878.820   Rx   833.820
Channel 3    (273)   Tx   878.190   Rx   833.190
Channel 4    (252)   Tx   877.560   Rx   832.560
Channel 5    (231)   Tx   876.930   Rx   831.930
Channel 6    (210)   Tx   876.300   Rx   831.300
Channel 7    (189)   Tx   875.670   Rx   830.670
Channel 8    (168)   Tx   875.040   Rx   830.040
Channel 9    (147)   Tx   874.410   Rx   829.410
Channel 10   (126)   Tx   873.780   Rx   828.780
Channel 11   (105)   Tx   873.150   Rx   828.150
Channel 12   (84)    Tx   872.520   Rx   827.520
Channel 13   (63)    Tx   871.890   Rx   826.890
Channel 14   (42)    Tx   871.260   Rx   826.260
Channel 15   (21)    Tx   870.630   Rx   825.630

Cell # 20
Channel 1    (314)   Tx   879.420   Rx   834.420
Channel 2    (293)   Tx   878.790   Rx   833.790
Channel 3    (272)   Tx   878.160   Rx   833.160
Channel 4    (251)   Tx   877.530   Rx   832.530
Channel 5    (230)   Tx   876.900   Rx   831.900
Channel 6    (209)   Tx   876.270   Rx   831.270
Channel 7    (188)   Tx   875.640   Rx   830.640
Channel 8    (167)   Tx   875.010   Rx   830.010
Channel 9    (146)   Tx   874.380   Rx   829.380
Channel 10   (125)   Tx   873.750   Rx   828.750
Channel 11   (104)   Tx   873.120   Rx   828.120
Channel 12   (83)    Tx   872.490   Rx   827.490
Channel 13   (62)    Tx   871.860   Rx   826.860
Channel 14   (41)    Tx   871.230   Rx   826.230
Channel 15   (20)    Tx   870.600   Rx   825.600

Cell # 21
Channel 1    (313) Tx 879.390       Rx 834.390
Channel 2    (292) Tx 878.760       Rx 833.760
Channel   3    (271)   Tx   878.130   Rx   833.130
Channel   4    (250)   Tx   877.500   Rx   832.500
Channel   5    (229)   Tx   876.870   Rx   831.870
Channel   6    (208)   Tx   876.240   Rx   831.240
Channel   7    (187)   Tx   875.610   Rx   830.610
Channel   8    (166)   Tx   874.980   Rx   829.980
Channel   9    (145)   Tx   874.350   Rx   829.350
Channel   10   (124)   Tx   873.720   Rx   828.720
Channel   11   (103)   Tx   873.090   Rx   828.090
Channel   12   (82)    Tx   872.460   Rx   827.460
Channel   13   (61)    Tx   871.830   Rx   826.830
Channel   14   (40)    Tx   871.200   Rx   826.200
Channel   15   (19)    Tx   870.570   Rx   825.570

Cellular Phone Band B (Channel 1 is Data)

Cell # 1
Channel 1      (334)   Tx   880.020   Rx   835.020
Channel 2      (355)   Tx   880.650   Rx   835.650
Channel 3      (376)   Tx   881.280   Rx   836.280
Channel 4      (397)   Tx   881.910   Rx   836.910
Channel 5      (418)   Tx   882.540   Rx   837.540
Channel 6      (439)   Tx   883.170   Rx   838.170
Channel 7      (460)   Tx   883.800   Rx   838.800
Channel 8      (481)   Tx   884.430   Rx   839.430
Channel 9      (502)   Tx   885.060   Rx   840.060
Channel 10     (523)   Tx   885.690   Rx   840.690
Channel 11     (544)   Tx   886.320   Rx   841.320
Channel 12     (565)   Tx   886.950   Rx   841.950
Channel 13     (586)   Tx   887.580   Rx   842.580
Channel 14     (607)   Tx   888.210   Rx   843.210
Channel 15     (628)   Tx   888.840   Rx   843.840
Channel 16     (649)   Tx   889.470   Rx   844.470

Cell # 2
Channel 1      (335)   Tx   880.050   Rx   835.050
Channel 2      (356)   Tx   880.680   Rx   835.680
Channel 3      (377)   Tx   881.310   Rx   836.310
Channel 4      (398)   Tx   881.940   Rx   836.940
Channel 5      (419)   Tx   882.570   Rx   837.570
Channel 6      (440)   Tx   883.200   Rx   838.200
Channel 7      (461)   Tx   883.830   Rx   838.830
Channel 8      (482)   Tx   884.460   Rx   839.460
Channel 9      (503)   Tx   885.090   Rx   840.090
Channel 10     (524)   Tx   885.720   Rx   840.720
Channel 11     (545)   Tx   886.350   Rx   841.350
Channel 12     (566)   Tx   886.980   Rx   841.980
Channel 13     (587)   Tx   887.610   Rx   842.610
Channel 14     (608)   Tx   888.240   Rx   843.240
Channel 15     (629)   Tx   888.870   Rx   843.870
Channel 16     (650)   Tx   889.500   Rx   844.500

Cell # 3
Channel 1      (336)   Tx   880.080   Rx   835.080
Channel 2      (357)   Tx   880.710   Rx   835.710
Channel 3      (378)   Tx   881.340   Rx   836.340
Channel 4      (399)   Tx   881.970   Rx   836.970
Channel   5    (420)   Tx   882.600   Rx   837.600
Channel   6    (441)   Tx   883.230   Rx   838.230
Channel   7    (462)   Tx   883.860   Rx   838.860
Channel   8    (483)   Tx   884.490   Rx   839.490
Channel   9    (504)   Tx   885.120   Rx   840.120
Channel   10   (525)   Tx   885.750   Rx   840.750
Channel   11   (546)   Tx   886.380   Rx   841.380
Channel   12   (567)   Tx   887.010   Rx   842.010
Channel   13   (588)   Tx   887.640   Rx   842.640
Channel   14   (609)   Tx   888.270   Rx   843.270
Channel   15   (630)   Tx   888.900   Rx   843.900
Channel   16   (651)   Tx   889.530   Rx   844.530

Cell # 4
Channel 1      (337)   Tx   880.110   Rx   835.110
Channel 2      (358)   Tx   880.740   Rx   835.740
Channel 3      (379)   Tx   881.370   Rx   836.370
Channel 4      (400)   Tx   882.000   Rx   837.000
Channel 5      (421)   Tx   882.630   Rx   837.630
Channel 6      (442)   Tx   883.260   Rx   838.260
Channel 7      (463)   Tx   883.890   Rx   838.890
Channel 8      (484)   Tx   884.520   Rx   839.520
Channel 9      (505)   Tx   885.150   Rx   840.150
Channel 10     (526)   Tx   885.780   Rx   840.780
Channel 11     (547)   Tx   886.410   Rx   841.410
Channel 12     (568)   Tx   887.040   Rx   842.040
Channel 13     (589)   Tx   887.670   Rx   842.670
Channel 14     (610)   Tx   888.300   Rx   843.300
Channel 15     (631)   Tx   888.930   Rx   843.930
Channel 16     (652)   Tx   889.560   Rx   844.560

Cell # 5
Channel 1      (338)   Tx   880.140   Rx   835.140
Channel 2      (359)   Tx   880.770   Rx   835.770
Channel 3      (380)   Tx   881.400   Rx   836.400
Channel 4      (401)   Tx   882.030   Rx   837.030
Channel 5      (422)   Tx   882.660   Rx   837.660
Channel 6      (443)   Tx   883.290   Rx   838.290
Channel 7      (464)   Tx   883.920   Rx   838.920
Channel 8      (485)   Tx   884.550   Rx   839.550
Channel 9      (506)   Tx   885.180   Rx   840.180
Channel 10     (527)   Tx   885.810   Rx   840.810
Channel 11     (548)   Tx   886.440   Rx   841.440
Channel 12     (569)   Tx   887.070   Rx   842.070
Channel 13     (590)   Tx   887.700   Rx   842.700
Channel 14     (611)   Tx   888.330   Rx   843.330
Channel 15     (632)   Tx   888.960   Rx   843.960
Channel 16     (653)   Tx   889.590   Rx   844.590

Cell # 6
Channel 1      (339)   Tx   880.170   Rx   835.170
Channel 2      (360)   Tx   880.800   Rx   835.800
Channel 3      (381)   Tx   881.430   Rx   836.430
Channel 4      (402)   Tx   882.060   Rx   837.060
Channel 5      (423)   Tx   882.690   Rx   837.690
Channel 6      (444)   Tx   883.320   Rx   838.320
Channel 7      (465)   Tx   883.950   Rx   838.950
Channel   8    (486)   Tx   884.580   Rx   839.580
Channel   9    (507)   Tx   885.210   Rx   840.210
Channel   10   (528)   Tx   885.840   Rx   840.840
Channel   11   (549)   Tx   886.470   Rx   841.470
Channel   12   (570)   Tx   887.100   Rx   842.100
Channel   13   (591)   Tx   887.730   Rx   842.730
Channel   14   (612)   Tx   888.360   Rx   843.360
Channel   15   (633)   Tx   888.990   Rx   843.990
Channel   16   (654)   Tx   889.620   Rx   844.620

Cell # 7
Channel 1      (340)   Tx   880.200   Rx   835.200
Channel 2      (361)   Tx   880.830   Rx   835.830
Channel 3      (382)   Tx   881.460   Rx   836.460
Channel 4      (403)   Tx   882.090   Rx   837.090
Channel 5      (424)   Tx   882.720   Rx   837.720
Channel 6      (445)   Tx   883.350   Rx   838.350
Channel 7      (466)   Tx   883.980   Rx   838.980
Channel 8      (487)   Tx   884.610   Rx   839.610
Channel 9      (508)   Tx   885.240   Rx   840.240
Channel 10     (529)   Tx   885.870   Rx   840.870
Channel 11     (550)   Tx   886.500   Rx   841.500
Channel 12     (571)   Tx   887.130   Rx   842.130
Channel 13     (592)   Tx   887.760   Rx   842.760
Channel 14     (613)   Tx   888.390   Rx   843.390
Channel 15     (634)   Tx   889.020   Rx   844.020
Channel 16     (655)   Tx   889.650   Rx   844.650

Cell # 8
Channel 1      (341)   Tx   880.230   Rx   835.230
Channel 2      (362)   Tx   880.860   Rx   835.860
Channel 3      (383)   Tx   881.490   Rx   836.490
Channel 4      (404)   Tx   882.120   Rx   837.120
Channel 5      (425)   Tx   882.750   Rx   837.750
Channel 6      (446)   Tx   883.380   Rx   838.380
Channel 7      (467)   Tx   884.010   Rx   839.010
Channel 8      (488)   Tx   884.640   Rx   839.640
Channel 9      (509)   Tx   885.270   Rx   840.270
Channel 10     (530)   Tx   885.900   Rx   840.900
Channel 11     (551)   Tx   886.530   Rx   841.530
Channel 12     (572)   Tx   887.160   Rx   842.160
Channel 13     (593)   Tx   887.790   Rx   842.790
Channel 14     (614)   Tx   888.420   Rx   843.420
Channel 15     (635)   Tx   889.050   Rx   844.050
Channel 16     (656)   Tx   889.680   Rx   844.680

Cell # 9
Channel 1      (342)   Tx   880.260   Rx   835.260
Channel 2      (363)   Tx   880.890   Rx   835.890
Channel 3      (384)   Tx   881.520   Rx   836.520
Channel 4      (405)   Tx   882.150   Rx   837.150
Channel 5      (426)   Tx   882.780   Rx   837.780
Channel 6      (447)   Tx   883.410   Rx   838.410
Channel 7      (468)   Tx   884.040   Rx   839.040
Channel 8      (489)   Tx   884.670   Rx   839.670
Channel 9      (510)   Tx   885.300   Rx   840.300
Channel 10     (531)   Tx   885.930   Rx   840.930
Channel   11   (552)   Tx   886.560   Rx   841.560
Channel   12   (573)   Tx   887.190   Rx   842.190
Channel   13   (594)   Tx   887.820   Rx   842.820
Channel   14   (615)   Tx   888.450   Rx   843.450
Channel   15   (636)   Tx   889.080   Rx   844.080
Channel   16   (657)   Tx   889.710   Rx   844.710

Cell # 10
Channel 1      (343)   Tx   880.290   Rx   835.290
Channel 2      (364)   Tx   880.920   Rx   835.920
Channel 3      (385)   Tx   881.550   Rx   836.550
Channel 4      (406)   Tx   882.180   Rx   837.180
Channel 5      (427)   Tx   882.810   Rx   837.810
Channel 6      (448)   Tx   883.440   Rx   838.440
Channel 7      (469)   Tx   884.070   Rx   839.070
Channel 8      (490)   Tx   884.700   Rx   839.700
Channel 9      (511)   Tx   885.330   Rx   840.330
Channel 10     (532)   Tx   885.960   Rx   840.960
Channel 11     (553)   Tx   886.590   Rx   841.590
Channel 12     (574)   Tx   887.220   Rx   842.220
Channel 13     (595)   Tx   887.850   Rx   842.850
Channel 14     (616)   Tx   888.480   Rx   843.480
Channel 15     (637)   Tx   889.110   Rx   844.110
Channel 16     (658)   Tx   889.740   Rx   844.740

Cell # 11
Channel 1      (344)   Tx   880.320   Rx   835.320
Channel 2      (365)   Tx   880.950   Rx   835.950
Channel 3      (386)   Tx   881.580   Rx   836.580
Channel 4      (407)   Tx   882.210   Rx   837.210
Channel 5      (428)   Tx   882.840   Rx   837.840
Channel 6      (449)   Tx   883.470   Rx   838.470
Channel 7      (470)   Tx   884.100   Rx   839.100
Channel 8      (491)   Tx   884.730   Rx   839.730
Channel 9      (512)   Tx   885.360   Rx   840.360
Channel 10     (533)   Tx   885.990   Rx   840.990
Channel 11     (554)   Tx   886.620   Rx   841.620
Channel 12     (575)   Tx   887.250   Rx   842.250
Channel 13     (596)   Tx   887.880   Rx   842.880
Channel 14     (617)   Tx   888.510   Rx   843.510
Channel 15     (638)   Tx   889.140   Rx   844.140
Channel 16     (659)   Tx   889.770   Rx   844.770

Cell # 12
Channel 1      (345)   Tx   880.350   Rx   835.350
Channel 2      (366)   Tx   880.980   Rx   835.980
Channel 3      (387)   Tx   881.610   Rx   836.610
Channel 4      (408)   Tx   882.240   Rx   837.240
Channel 5      (429)   Tx   882.870   Rx   837.870
Channel 6      (450)   Tx   883.500   Rx   838.500
Channel 7      (471)   Tx   884.130   Rx   839.130
Channel 8      (492)   Tx   884.760   Rx   839.760
Channel 9      (513)   Tx   885.390   Rx   840.390
Channel 10     (534)   Tx   886.020   Rx   841.020
Channel 11     (555)   Tx   886.650   Rx   841.650
Channel 12     (576)   Tx   887.280   Rx   842.280
Channel 13     (597)   Tx   887.910   Rx   842.910
Channel 14   (618) Tx 888.540       Rx 843.540
Channel 15   (639) Tx 889.170       Rx 844.170
Channel 16   (660) Tx 889.800       Rx 844.800

Cell # 13
Channel 1    (346)   Tx   880.380   Rx   835.380
Channel 2    (367)   Tx   881.010   Rx   836.010
Channel 3    (388)   Tx   881.640   Rx   836.640
Channel 4    (409)   Tx   882.270   Rx   837.270
Channel 5    (430)   Tx   882.900   Rx   837.900
Channel 6    (451)   Tx   883.530   Rx   838.530
Channel 7    (472)   Tx   884.160   Rx   839.160
Channel 8    (493)   Tx   884.790   Rx   839.790
Channel 9    (514)   Tx   885.420   Rx   840.420
Channel 10   (535)   Tx   886.050   Rx   841.050
Channel 11   (556)   Tx   886.680   Rx   841.680
Channel 12   (577)   Tx   887.310   Rx   842.310
Channel 13   (598)   Tx   887.940   Rx   842.940
Channel 14   (619)   Tx   888.570   Rx   843.570
Channel 15   (640)   Tx   889.200   Rx   844.200
Channel 16   (661)   Tx   889.830   Rx   844.830

Cell # 14
Channel 1    (347)   Tx   880.410   Rx   835.410
Channel 2    (368)   Tx   881.040   Rx   836.040
Channel 3    (389)   Tx   881.670   Rx   836.670
Channel 4    (410)   Tx   882.300   Rx   837.300
Channel 5    (431)   Tx   882.930   Rx   837.930
Channel 6    (452)   Tx   883.560   Rx   838.560
Channel 7    (473)   Tx   884.190   Rx   839.190
Channel 8    (494)   Tx   884.820   Rx   839.820
Channel 9    (515)   Tx   885.450   Rx   840.450
Channel 10   (536)   Tx   886.080   Rx   841.080
Channel 11   (557)   Tx   886.710   Rx   841.710
Channel 12   (578)   Tx   887.340   Rx   842.340
Channel 13   (599)   Tx   887.970   Rx   842.970
Channel 14   (620)   Tx   888.600   Rx   843.600
Channel 15   (641)   Tx   889.230   Rx   844.230
Channel 16   (662)   Tx   889.860   Rx   844.860

Cell # 15
Channel 1    (348)   Tx   880.440   Rx   835.440
Channel 2    (369)   Tx   881.070   Rx   836.070
Channel 3    (390)   Tx   881.700   Rx   836.700
Channel 4    (411)   Tx   882.330   Rx   837.330
Channel 5    (432)   Tx   882.960   Rx   837.960
Channel 6    (453)   Tx   883.590   Rx   838.590
Channel 7    (474)   Tx   884.220   Rx   839.220
Channel 8    (495)   Tx   884.850   Rx   839.850
Channel 9    (516)   Tx   885.480   Rx   840.480
Channel 10   (537)   Tx   886.110   Rx   841.110
Channel 11   (558)   Tx   886.740   Rx   841.740
Channel 12   (579)   Tx   887.370   Rx   842.370
Channel 13   (600)   Tx   888.000   Rx   843.000
Channel 14   (621)   Tx   888.630   Rx   843.630
Channel 15   (642)   Tx   889.260   Rx   844.260
Channel 16   (663)   Tx   889.890   Rx   844.890
Cell # 16
Channel 1    (349)   Tx   880.470   Rx   835.470
Channel 2    (370)   Tx   881.100   Rx   836.100
Channel 3    (391)   Tx   881.730   Rx   836.730
Channel 4    (412)   Tx   882.360   Rx   837.360
Channel 5    (433)   Tx   882.990   Rx   837.990
Channel 6    (454)   Tx   883.620   Rx   838.620
Channel 7    (475)   Tx   884.250   Rx   839.250
Channel 8    (496)   Tx   884.880   Rx   839.880
Channel 9    (517)   Tx   885.510   Rx   840.510
Channel 10   (538)   Tx   886.140   Rx   841.140
Channel 11   (559)   Tx   886.770   Rx   841.770
Channel 12   (580)   Tx   887.400   Rx   842.400
Channel 13   (601)   Tx   888.030   Rx   843.030
Channel 14   (622)   Tx   888.660   Rx   843.660
Channel 15   (643)   Tx   889.290   Rx   844.290
Channel 16   (664)   Tx   889.920   Rx   844.920

Cell # 17
Channel 1    (350)   Tx   880.500   Rx   835.500
Channel 2    (371)   Tx   881.130   Rx   836.130
Channel 3    (392)   Tx   881.760   Rx   836.760
Channel 4    (413)   Tx   882.390   Rx   837.390
Channel 5    (434)   Tx   883.020   Rx   838.020
Channel 6    (455)   Tx   883.650   Rx   838.650
Channel 7    (476)   Tx   884.280   Rx   839.280
Channel 8    (497)   Tx   884.910   Rx   839.910
Channel 9    (518)   Tx   885.540   Rx   840.540
Channel 10   (539)   Tx   886.170   Rx   841.170
Channel 11   (560)   Tx   886.800   Rx   841.800
Channel 12   (581)   Tx   887.430   Rx   842.430
Channel 13   (602)   Tx   888.060   Rx   843.060
Channel 14   (623)   Tx   888.690   Rx   843.690
Channel 15   (644)   Tx   889.320   Rx   844.320
Channel 16   (665)   Tx   889.950   Rx   844.950

Cell # 18
Channel 1    (351)   Tx   880.530   Rx   835.530
Channel 2    (372)   Tx   881.160   Rx   836.160
Channel 3    (393)   Tx   881.790   Rx   836.790
Channel 4    (414)   Tx   882.420   Rx   837.420
Channel 5    (435)   Tx   883.050   Rx   838.050
Channel 6    (456)   Tx   883.680   Rx   838.680
Channel 7    (477)   Tx   884.310   Rx   839.310
Channel 8    (498)   Tx   884.940   Rx   839.940
Channel 9    (519)   Tx   885.570   Rx   840.570
Channel 10   (540)   Tx   886.200   Rx   841.200
Channel 11   (561)   Tx   886.830   Rx   841.830
Channel 12   (582)   Tx   887.460   Rx   842.460
Channel 13   (603)   Tx   888.090   Rx   843.090
Channel 14   (624)   Tx   888.720   Rx   843.720
Channel 15   (645)   Tx   889.350   Rx   844.350
Channel 16   (666)   Tx   889.980   Rx   844.980

Cell # 19
Channel 1    (352) Tx 880.560       Rx 835.560
Channel   2    (373)   Tx   881.190   Rx   836.190
Channel   3    (394)   Tx   881.820   Rx   836.820
Channel   4    (415)   Tx   882.450   Rx   837.450
Channel   5    (436)   Tx   883.080   Rx   838.080
Channel   6    (457)   Tx   883.710   Rx   838.710
Channel   7    (478)   Tx   884.340   Rx   839.340
Channel   8    (499)   Tx   884.970   Rx   839.970
Channel   9    (520)   Tx   885.600   Rx   840.600
Channel   10   (541)   Tx   886.230   Rx   841.230
Channel   11   (562)   Tx   886.860   Rx   841.860
Channel   12   (583)   Tx   887.490   Rx   842.490
Channel   13   (604)   Tx   888.120   Rx   843.120
Channel   14   (625)   Tx   888.750   Rx   843.750
Channel   15   (646)   Tx   889.380   Rx   844.380

Cell # 20
Channel 1      (353)   Tx   880.590   Rx   835.590
Channel 2      (374)   Tx   881.220   Rx   836.220
Channel 3      (395)   Tx   881.850   Rx   836.850
Channel 4      (416)   Tx   882.480   Rx   837.480
Channel 5      (437)   Tx   883.110   Rx   838.110
Channel 6      (458)   Tx   883.740   Rx   838.740
Channel 7      (479)   Tx   884.370   Rx   839.370
Channel 8      (500)   Tx   885.000   Rx   840.000
Channel 9      (521)   Tx   885.630   Rx   840.630
Channel 10     (542)   Tx   886.260   Rx   841.260
Channel 11     (563)   Tx   886.890   Rx   841.890
Channel 12     (584)   Tx   887.520   Rx   842.520
Channel 13     (605)   Tx   888.150   Rx   843.150
Channel 14     (626)   Tx   888.780   Rx   843.780
Channel 15     (647)   Tx   889.410   Rx   844.410

Cell # 21
Channel 1      (354)   Tx   880.620   Rx   835.620
Channel 2      (375)   Tx   881.250   Rx   836.250
Channel 3      (396)   Tx   881.880   Rx   836.880
Channel 4      (417)   Tx   882.510   Rx   837.510
Channel 5      (438)   Tx   883.140   Rx   838.140
Channel 6      (459)   Tx   883.770   Rx   838.770
Channel 7      (480)   Tx   884.400   Rx   839.400
Channel 8      (501)   Tx   885.030   Rx   840.030
Channel 9      (522)   Tx   885.660   Rx   840.660
Channel 10     (543)   Tx   886.290   Rx   841.290
Channel 11     (564)   Tx   886.920   Rx   841.920
Channel 12     (585)   Tx   887.550   Rx   842.550
Channel 13     (606)   Tx   888.180   Rx   843.180
Channel 14     (627)   Tx   888.810   Rx   843.810
Channel 15     (648)   Tx   889.440   Rx   844.440



Cellular ranges
869.0400 - 870.0000 voice
870.0300 - 879.3600 voice
879.3900 - 879.9900 data
880.0200   -   880.6200   data
880.6500   -   889.9800   voice
890.0100   -   891.4800   voice
891.5100   -   893.9700   voice

Mobiles transmit 45 MHz below the base (824.0400 - 848.9700) and are usually
repeated by the base. Channels are .030 MHz apart.


40 MHz cordless phones
bases      handsets
43.7200    48.7600
43.7400    48.8400
43.8200    48.8600
43.8400    48.9200
43.9200    49.0000
43.9600    49.0800
44.1200    49.1000
44.1600    49.1600
44.1800    49.2000
44.2000    49.2400
44.3200    49.2800
44.3600    49.3600
44.4000    49.4000
44.4600    49.4800
44.4800    49.5000
46.6100    49.6700
46.6300    49.8450
46.6700    49.8600
46.7100    49.7700
46.7300    49.8750
46.7700    49.8300
46.8300    49.8900
46.8700    49.9300
46.9300    49.9900
46.9700    49.9700


900 MHz cordless phones
bases:    902.100 - 903.870
handsets: 926.100 - 927.870
60 channels at 30 kHz spacing

Ch   Base       Handset      Ch   Base      Handset   Ch   Base      Handset
--   -------    -------      --   -------   -------   --   -------   -------
01   902.100    926.100      11   902.400   926.400   21   902.700   926.700
02   902.130    926.130      12   902.430   926.430   22   902.730   926.730
03   902.160    926.160      13   902.460   926.460   23   902.760   926.760
04   902.190    926.190      14   902.490   926.490   24   902.790   926.790
05   902.220    926.220      15   902.520   926.520   25   902.820   926.820
06   902.250    926.250      16   902.550   926.550   26   902.850   926.850
07   902.280    926.280      17   902.580   926.580   27   902.880   926.880
08   902.310    926.310      18   902.610   926.610   28   902.910   926.910
09   902.340    926.340      19   902.640   926.640   29   902.940   926.940
10   902.370   926.370     20    902.670    926.670   30   902.970   926.970

31   903.000   927.000     41    903.300    927.300   51   903.600   927.600
32   903.030   927.030     42    903.330    927.330   52   903.630   927.630
33   903.060   927.060     43    903.360    927.360   53   903.660   927.660
34   903.090   927.090     44    903.390    927.390   54   903.690   927.690
35   903.120   927.120     45    903.420    927.420   55   903.720   927.720
36   903.150   927.150     46    903.450    927.450   56   903.750   927.750
37   903.180   927.180     47    903.480    927.480   57   903.780   927.780
38   903.210   927.210     48    903.510    927.510   58   903.810   927.810
39   903.240   927.240     49    903.540    927.540   59   903.840   927.840
40   903.270   927.270     50    903.570    927.570   60   903.870   927.870



Mobile Telephone

Base
152.030   - 152.210
152.510   - 152.810
Rcc
telco
Mobile
157.770   - 158.070
158.490   - 158.670
telco
Rcc

Channel spacing is 30 kHz. Many of these channels may now be used for paging,
specifically 152.78, which is a
nationwide page.

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wireless microphones (common)
169.445   general   wireless   microphone
169.505   general   wireless   microphone
170.245   general   wireless   microphone
170.305   general   wireless   microphone
171.045   general   wireless   microphone
171.105   general   wireless   microphone
171.845   general   wireless   microphone
171.905   general   wireless   microphone

Power limited to 1/20 watt. These frequencies are also used at drive-in windows
at some fast-food restaurants.

902.7500 Sony UHF wireless microphone
904.0000   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
905.0000   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
908.2500   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
908.5000   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
909.0000   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
909.7500   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
910.7500   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
911.0000   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
912.7500   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
914.0000   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
914.2500   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
914.7500   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
915.7500   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
916.7500   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
917.2500   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
918.5000   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
919.0000   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
921.0000   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
921.5000   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
921.7500   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
925.0000   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
926.0000   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
927.2500   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
947.2500   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
948.2500   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
950.2500   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
951.7500   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
949.0000   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
947.7500   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
949.7500   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
950.7500   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
951.2500   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
948.5000   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
949.2500   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
948.7500   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
950.0000   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone
951.5000   Sony   UHF   wireless   microphone


Family Radio Service
The FCC has created a new Citizens Band service in the 460 MHz band. It's called
the Family Radio Service (FMRS), and is designed to be an unlicensed, "Very
Short Distance Two-way Voice Radio Service." FMRS will permit handheld
operation, with 1/2 watt ERP and "rubber-duck" type antennas only, on 14
frequencies in and around the GMRS radio.

No external antennas or linear amplifiers will be permitted. To avoid
interference with GMRS stations, FMRS radios will be required to use only 2.5
kHz deviation, half the usual narrow-band FM deviation of 5 kHz. Transmit audio
frequency response is limited to 3.125 kHz.

Frequency stability is tight as well -- transmitters must not drift more than
plus or minus about 500 Hz (.00025%). You'll find typical ham radios on UHF up
to 1000 Hz off frequency. Subaudible tone and other selective calling methods
are permitted. Autopatch or other telephone interconnect is prohibited.
Antennas must be an integral part of the radio, and must be vertically
polarized. (I suppose that means you can't hold the radio sideways while
transmitting?) FMRS is an unlicensed service, and there are almost no
restrictions on the content of FRS communications.

462.5625   FMRS   (Family   Radio   Service   -   Ch   1)
462.5875   FMRS   (Family   Radio   Service   -   Ch   2)
462.6125   FMRS   (Family   Radio   Service   -   Ch   3)
462.6375   FMRS   (Family   Radio   Service   -   Ch   4)
462.6625   FMRS   (Family   Radio   Service   -   Ch   5)
462.6875   FMRS   (Family   Radio   Service   -   Ch   6)
462.7125   FMRS   (Family   Radio   Service   -   Ch   7)
467.5625   FMRS   (Family   Radio   Service   -   Ch   8)
467.5875   FMRS   (Family   Radio   Service   -   Ch   9)
467.6125   FMRS   (Family   Radio   Service   -   Ch   10)
467.6375   FMRS   (Family   Radio   Service   -   Ch   11)
467.6625   FMRS   (Family   Radio   Service   -   Ch   12)
467.6875   FMRS   (Family   Radio   Service   -   Ch   13)
467.7125   FMRS   (Family   Radio   Service   -   Ch   14)


The General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS)
The General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS) is part of the Personal Radio Service,
and falls under part 95 of the FCC regulations (subpart A). The Personal Radio
Service is intended to give the general public access to portions of the
spectrum for various uses. Citizens Band (27 MHz) and model radio control (RC)
are also part of the Prs. Unlike other land mobile services, the GMRS is
available only to individuals. There are few restrictions on what the GMRS can
be used for.

The GMRS used to be known as Class A Citizen’s Band. For a long time, the high
cost and scarcity of UHF radio equipment kept the GMRS beyond the reach of most
individuals. Since few individuals were actually using the GMRS, the FCC allowed
commercial users on the band. Over the years, a few radio products targeted at
individual GMRS users appeared, but none were a big success.

Things have changed dramatically. Several generations of solid state UHF
equipment have now come and gone, and reliable commercial gear is both
affordable and practical. As businesses and government agencies migrate towards
the 800 MHz band, well maintained used gear is available at most radio dealers
and flea markets.

Recognizing the rapid growth in individual use, the FCC stopped licensing
commercial users on GMRS channels in 1978. Businesses licensed in the GMRS
before 1978 can continue to renew their licenses, but no expansion,
modifications or license changes are permitted. Since 1978, commercial use of
the GMRS has declined as individual use has steadily increased.

GMRS licenses are only granted to individuals 18 years of age or older.
Partnerships, corporations, associations or other non-individuals are not
eligible. A great feature of the GMRS is that members of the licensees immediate
family living in the same household are covered by the same license. There is no
minimum age requirement for using GMRS. This is truly family radio!
In general, the GMRS is operated and managed like the other land mobile
services. GMRS license applications are submitted on FCC form 574*, the same
form used by part 90 (business and public safety) applicants. Technical
standards for equipment are essentially the same as well, the major exception
being a 50 watt maximum power limitation in the GMRS. There are eight primary
frequency pairs allocated to the GMRS:

Base/mobile
462.5500
462.5625
462.5750
462.5875
462.6000
462.6125
462.6250
462.6375
462.6500
462.6625
462.6750
462.6875
462.7000
462.7125
462.7250

Repeater Input
467.5500
467.5750
467.6000
467.6250
467.6500
467.6750
467.7000
467.7250

In addition to the station's licensed channel, 462.675 may be used for emergency
and traveler's aid by all stations. Interstitial channels (462.xxx5) may be used
only in simplex mode with voice transmissions of no more than 5 watts.

The higher frequency is used for repeater inputs. As the rules now read, a GMRS
license is granted for only one or two of these primary pairs. Additional pairs
could be obtained by licensing different adult family members on different
pairs. The 462.675 channel pair has a special attribute: it may be used by any
GMRS licensee for emergencies, civil defense or receiving or rendering travelers
aid. You don't need to be licensed specifically on '675 to take advantage of
this. This feature was imple- mented by the FCC to accommodate groups such as
React (remember those guys who used to be on Cb channel 9?). The 462.675 channel
is monitored just about everywhere in the U.S., and national directories are
available listing groups providing services to travelers.

To get a license, fill out FCC form 574, send them the fee and wait 30 to 45
days. There are no tests, and no expensive frequency coordination or engineering
studies are required either. Temporary operation while your application is
pending is possible, see part 95 for details.


Pagers
For more information, see The Secret Life of Pagers in The Grey Pages.

Frequencies transmitting pager information are extremely easy to identify while
scanning. They identify each batch transmission with a two-tone signal, followed
by bursts of data.

voice pager ranges:
152.0100 - 152.2100
453.0250 - 453.1250
454.0250 - 454.6500
462.7500 - 462.9250

other paging ranges:
 35.0200 - 35.6800
 43.2000 - 43.6800
152.5100 - 152.8400
157.7700 - 158.0700
158.4900 - 158.6400
454.0250 - 454.6500
459.0250 - 459.6250
462.7500 - 462.9250
929.0125 - 931.9875
                          The Tan Pages
                           On The Road
Cortland, New York - police
 39.1600   Cortland County Sheriff
 39.4200   City of Cortland Police
 39.4600   Cortland County Sheriff
 42.1400   New York State Police
154.6650   New York State Police (Troop C) Unit-to-unit
154.6950   New York State Police (Troop C) Statewide Alerts
154.7550   City of Cortland Police
154.9200   New York State Police (Troop C) Tactical
154.9500   New York State Police (Troop C) Primary
155.3700   New York State Police (Troop C) Statewide Police Channel
155.3700   Cortland County Sheriff Statewide Police Channel
155.3700   Cortland Police Statewide Police Channel
155.4750   New York State Police (Troop C) Nationwide Police Channel
155.5650   New York State Police (Troop C) Tactical
155.5950   Cortland County Sheriff Dispatch
155.6550   New York State Police (Troop C) Primary
155.9400   City of Cortland Police
159.2250   New York State Department of Environmental Conservation


Cortland, New York - fire
 46.0800   Cortland County Fire Communications   Dispatch
 46.2200   Cortland County Fire Communications   Unit-To-Unit
 46.3000   Cortland County Fire Communications   fire/ground
 45.8800   Cortland County Fire Communications   Intercounty Mutual Aid
 46.2800   Cortland County Fire Communications
154.2200   Cortland County Fire Communications   Cortland City F-1
154.1600   Cortland County Fire Communications   Cortland City F-2
153.7700   Cortlandville Fire District
154.2500   Cortlandville Fire District
462.5750   Marathon Fire Department
462.6750   Marathon Fire Department


Cortland, New York - ambulances/hospitals/medical
 37.9000   Cincinnatus Fire Department Emergency Squad
151.7450   TLC Medical Transportation Services Inc.
154.5150   Cortland State Emergency Squad
155.0550   Solon Ambulance
155.1600   National Ski Patrol System Inc. (Preble)
155.1600   TLC Emergency Medical Services Inc.
155.2050   National Ski Patrol System Inc. (Virgil)
155.2200   National Ski Patrol System Inc. (Truxton)
155.2200   National Ski Patrol System Inc. (Virgil)
155.2350   National Ski Patrol System Inc. (Truxton)
155.3400   Cortland Memorial Hospital Inc.
155.3400   National Ski Patrol System Inc. (Truxton)
155.3400   National Ski Patrol System Inc. (Virgil)
457.5375   New Medico Rehabilitation & Nursing Center
457.5625   New Medico Rehabilitation & Nursing Center
462.9500   County Emergency Medical Services
462.9750   County Emergency Medical Services
463.0000   County Emergency Medical Services
463.0250   County Emergency Medical Services
463.0500   County Emergency Medical Services
463.0750   County Emergency Medical Services
463.1000   County Emergency Medical Services
463.1250   County Emergency Medical Services
463.1500   County Emergency Medical Services
463.1750   County Emergency Medical Services
464.9250   Cortland Memorial Hospital


Cortland, New York - State Government/Services
 47.0200   State   Department   of   Transportation mobile
 47.0400   State   Department   of   Transportation mobile
 47.0600   State   Department   of   Transportation mobile
 47.1400   State   Department   of   Transportation
 47.1800   State   Department   of   Transportation mobile
 47.2200   State   Department   of   Transportation Unit-to-unit
 47.2400   State   Department   of   Transportation mobile
 47.2600   State   Department   of   Transportation
 47.3000   State   Department   of   Transportation
 47.3200   State   Department   of   Transportation
 47.3400   State   Department   of   Transportation
 47.4000   State   Department   of   Transportation mobile
151.2200   State   Department   of   Environmental Conservation
151.2500   State   Department   of   Environmental Conservation
151.2650   State   Department   of   Environmental Conservation
151.2800   State   Department   of   Environmental Conservation
151.4300   State   Department   of   Environmental Conservation
159.2250   State   Department   of   Environmental Conservation Police
159.4350   State   Department   of   Environmental Conservation Repeater


Cortland, New York - Local Government/Services
 45.2400   County EMA
 45.4400   County EMA
 46.5400   County Health Department
151.1150   County Highway Department
153.9050   County School Buses
153.9650   Cortland City Services
154.0550   Cortland City Services
154.9650   County Services
154.9650   Cortland City Services
154.9800   Cortlandville Town Services
155.7450   County Services
155.7750   Cortland City Services
155.8650   Cortland City Services
155.9250   Homer Village Services
156.0000   McGraw Village Services
156.0150   County Services
156.0150   Cortland City Services
158.8650   County Services
158.8650   Cortland City Services
158.9250   County Services
453.6625   County Services
453.7000   County Services


Cortland, New York - utilities
 47.8200   Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation
 48.2000   New York State Electric & Gas Corporation
 48.3200   New York State Electric & Gas Corporation
153.5750   Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation
158.1750   Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation
158.2050   Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation
158.2650   Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation
451.0375   Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation
451.0625   Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation
451.0875   Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation
451.1125   Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation
451.5250   MCI Telecommunications Corporation


Cortland, New York - schools
151.6850   Cortland Enlarged City School District
153.9950   SUNY at Cortland
154.5400   SUNY at Cortland
155.0400   SUNY at Cortland
155.7450   SUNY at Cortland
461.2750   Board of Cooperative Educational Services
464.0750   SUNY at Cortland


Cortland, New York - taxi/limousine/bus companies
151.7750   Cortland Taxi
151.9250   Ray's City Cab (Cortland)
152.2700   City Taxi (Cortland)
152.3000   Silver Star Taxi (Cortland)
152.4500   Al's Taxi (Cortland)
153.9050   County School Buses
157.5600   Silver Star Taxi (Cortland)
463.6500   Careful Transit
464.9000   Cortland Transit Inc.


Cortland, New York - aviation
118.6000 Cortland County Airport Approach/Departure
122.1000 Cortland County Airport FSS
122.8000 Cortland County Airport UNICOM
124.6000 Cortland County Airport Approach/Departure
132.2250 Cortland County Airport Weather


Cortland, New York - towing/automotive
151.6850   Walburger's Garage (Preble)
151.8950   Pat & Mike's (Cortland)
154.6000   Contento Auto Sales Inc.
461.2750   Sovocool Body Shop (Cortland)
463.4500   Rick & Rich Towing (Homer)
463.5000   Rick & Rich Towing (Homer)


Cortland, New York - miscellaneous businesses
151.5200   Cortland Asphalt Products Corporation
151.5200   Suit Kote Corporation (Homer)
151.8650   Custom Trash Service (Cortland)
152.4800   Consumer Products (Cortland)
152.8700   Cortland Asphalt Products Corporation
152.9300   Maher Brothers (Truxton)
152.9600   Suit Kote Corporation (Homer)
154.5150   Labrador Development Corporation (Truxton)
461.2750   Frank Tartaglia Inc.
461.2750   J.C. Smith Inc.
461.2750   Liftech Handling Inc.
461.2750   R A C Holding Inc.
461.4750   Wirsig Electronics
461.9000   CRS Cortland Inc.
462.1000   Peak Resorts Inc.
462.1500   Greek Peak Ski Resort
462.9250   K.G. Devices Inc.
463.5000   Ford New Holland Inc.
463.6500   Special Children's Center Inc. (Cortland)
464.3250   Mcgraw Box Company Inc.
464.4500   Labrador Development Corporation (Truxton)
464.7750   Labrador Mountain Ski Area Inc. (Truxton)
464.9750   Cortland Savings Bank
464.9750   Western Energy & Storage Inc. (Dryden)


State of Maryland Department of Transportation
47.3200
47.2600
47.4000
47.1400
47.2000


State of Virginia Department of Transportation
47.220
47.340
47.280
47.300


Washington, DC - police
460.3500   Metropolitan Police F-1 (District 1) (Pl 127.3)
460.2500   Metropolitan Police F-2 (District 2) (Pl 127.3)
460.0250   Metropolitan Police F-3 (District 3) (Pl 127.3)
460.5000   Metropolitan Police F-4 (District 4) (Pl 127.3)
460.2000   Metropolitan Police F-5 (District 5) (Pl 127.3)
460.1500   Metropolitan Police F-6 (District 6) (Pl 127.3)
460.4750   Metropolitan Police F-7 (District 7) (Pl 127.3)
460.1000   Metropolitan Police Tac-1/F-8 (Districts 2/3 Tactical) (Pl 127.3)
460.4000   Metropolitan Police Tac-2/F-9 (Districts 1/6/7 Tactical) (Pl 127.3)
460.4500   Metropolitan Police Tac-3/F-10 (Districts 4/5 Tactical) (Pl 127.3)
460.2750   Metropolitan Police F-11 (S.O.D.) (Pl 127.3)
460.3250   Metropolitan Police F-12 (Citywide 1) (Pl 127.3)
460.4250   Metropolitan Police Command/Radio Shop (Pl 127.3)
458.7750   Metropolitan Police District 1 Surveillance (Pl 127.3)
458.7250   Metropolitan Police District 2 Surveillance (Pl 127.3)
458.4750   Metropolitan Police District 3 Surveillance (Pl 127.3)
458.3750   Metropolitan Police District 4 Surveillance (Pl 127.3)
458.2000   Metropolitan Police District 5 Surveillance (Pl 127.3)
458.4250   Metropolitan Police District 6 Surveillance (Pl 127.3)
458.8500   Metropolitan Police District 7 Surveillance (Pl 127.3)
458.3500   Metropolitan Police C.I.D. Surveillance. (Pl 127.3)
458.7000   Metropolitan Police C.I.D. Surveillance (Pl 127.3)
465.0000   Metropolitan Police S.O.D./E.R.T. Surveillance (Pl 127.3)
156.8500   Metropolitan Police Harbor Patrol
159.0300   Metropolitan Police Paging (Pl 127.3)
159.1500   Metropolitan Police Citywide (simulcasts F-12) (Pl 127.3)
158.7900   Metropolitan Police Investigative Services Bureau F-1 (Pl 127.3)
158.8500   Metropolitan Police C.I.D. F-2 (Pl 127.3)
453.3125   Metropolitan Police Neighborhood Patrols
453.5500   Metro Area Police Mutual Aid (P-Mars) (Pl 100.0)
856.2375   Metropolitan Police Trunked system (future use)
856.7375   Metropolitan Police Trunked system (future use)
856.9875   Metropolitan Police Trunked system (future use)
857.2375   Metropolitan Police Trunked system (future use)
857.7375   Metropolitan Police Trunked system (future use)
857.9875   Metropolitan Police Trunked system (future use)
858.2375   Metropolitan Police Trunked system (future use)
858.7375   Metropolitan Police Trunked system (future use)
858.9875   Metropolitan Police Trunked system (future use)
859.2375   Metropolitan Police Trunked system (future use)
859.7375   Metropolitan Police Trunked system (future use)
859.9875   Metropolitan Police Trunked system (future use)
860.2375   Metropolitan Police Trunked system (future use)
860.7375   Metropolitan Police Trunked system (future use)
860.9875   Metropolitan Police Trunked system (future use)
161.3850   Metrorail Transit Police/Security
495.4625   DC Parking Enforcement F-1 (Ticket writers)
495.4375   DC Parking Enforcement F-2 (Tow Trucks)
453.8750   DC Parking Enforcement F-3 (Booting/Motor Pool)
155.0400   DC School Security F-1
153.9350   DC School Security F-2
453.5250   District Protective Services
169.2250   US Capitol Police F-1 (Repeater)
169.5375   US Capitol Police F-2 (Repeater)
170.1750   US Capitol Police F-3 (Repeater)
162.2500   US Capitol Police F-4 (Repeater)
162.6125   US Capitol Police F-5 (Repeater)
169.2250   US Capitol Police F-6 (Mobile)
165.5375   US Capitol Police F-7 (Mobile)
170.1750   US Capitol Police F-8 (Simplex)
162.2500   US Capitol Police F-9 (Simplex)
162.6125   US Capitol Police F-10 (Simplex)
166.7250   US Park Police F-1 (Unit-to-unit)
166.9250   US Park Police F-2 (Dispatch)
167.0750   US Park Police F-3 (Special Operations)
166.8500   US Park Police F-4 (Alternate)
172.4750   US Park Police National Zoo/Rock Creek Park
411.6250   National Park Service/US Park Police Central DC F-1
411.7250   National Park Service/US Park Police Central DC F-2
417.9750   National Park Service/US Park Police The Ellipse
172.7500   National Park Service/US Park Police Mall Operations
169.7750   George Washington Memorial Parkway Police
411.8250   JFK Center Security
409.0500   JFK Center Security (input)
406.5500   National Gallery of Art Security
411.9250   National Visitors Center Security
169.7250   National Zoological Park Security
410.2000   US Government Printing Office Security
415.4500   US Government Printing Office Security
408.1250   US Government Library of Congress Security
411.4000   US Government Library of Congress Security (input)
163.1000   US Supreme Court Police (Primary)
163.2750   US Supreme Court Police (Alternate)
163.1250   Chesapeake & Ohio Canal Park Police
163.1250   Manassas National Battlefield Park Police
463.6750   George Washington University Security
461.7000   Howard University Security
464.8250   University of DC Security
453.9000   Baltimore Washington International Airport Police
165.7125   Dulles International Airport Police (Primary)
165.6375   Dulles International Airport Police (Tactical)
165.6625   Washington National Airport Police
160.4400   Amtrak Police (Union Station)
160.8150   Amtrak Police F-2(Unit-to-unit)
161.2950   Amtrak Police F-3(Base)
161.2050   Amtrak Police F-4(Unit-to-unit)
161.3650   Amtrak Police (Portables/Mobile Repeaters)
160.2450   Amtrak Police
151.2800   Maryland National Park & Planning Commission Police
151.3400   Maryland National Park & Planning Commission Police
151.2800   Maryland National Park & Planning Commission Police
159.3150   Maryland National Park & Planning Commission Police
159.2700   Maryland National Park & Planning Commission Police
453.5500   Metro Area Police Mutual Aid (P-Mars)
  39.320   Maryland State Police Rockville Barracks (Pl 110.9)
  39.300   Maryland State Police Forestville Barracks (Pl 110.9)
  39.100   Maryland State Police Statewide
  39.260   Maryland State Police Marnis
  39.660   Maryland State Police B.C.I.
151.0400   Maryland State Police Turnpike
155.1900   Maryland State Police Barracks-to-barracks
151.4750   Maryland State Police Portables
155.7300   Maryland State Police Mobile Extenders
155.4750   Maryland State Police Nationwide Police Channel
159.0000   Virginia State Police Division 7 (Base) (Pl 127.3)
154.9350   Virginia State Police Division 7 (Mobiles) (Pl 127.3)
154.6650   Virginia State Police Unit-to-unit
154.6950   Virginia State Police Surveillance (Pl 167.9)
458.3500   Virginia State Police Vehicle repeaters (Pl 146.2)
854.4875   Alexandria, VA Police trunked system
855.5625   Alexandria, VA Police trunked system
856.8375   Alexandria, VA Police trunked system
857.8375   Alexandria, VA Police trunked system
858.8375   Alexandria, VA Police trunked system
859.8375   Alexandria, VA Police trunked system
860.8375   Alexandria, VA Police trunked system
854.2125   Alexandria, VA Police conventional
855.5125   Alexandria, VA Police conventional
453.8250   Arlington County, VA Police Dispatch
453.1000   Arlington County, VA Police MDt's
856.4375   Arlington County, VA Police trunked system
856.7625   Arlington County, VA Police trunked system
856.9375   Arlington County, VA Police trunked system
857.4375   Arlington County, VA Police trunked system
857.7625   Arlington County, VA Police trunked system
857.9375   Arlington County, VA Police trunked system
858.4375   Arlington County, VA Police trunked system
858.7625   Arlington County, VA Police trunked system
858.9375   Arlington County, VA Police trunked system
859.4375   Arlington County, VA Police trunked system
859.7625   Arlington County, VA Police trunked system
859.9375   Arlington County, VA Police trunked system
860.4375   Arlington County, VA Police trunked system
860.7625   Arlington County, VA Police trunked system
860.9375   Arlington County, VA Police trunked system
154.9650   Berwyn Heights, MD Police
453.9000   Bladensburg, MD Police
154.8150   Cottage City, MD Police
155.8800   Cottage City, MD Police
155.8500   District Heights, MD Police
854.1375   Fairfax County, VA Police F1A/B (S.O.D./Special operations) (Pl 107.2
854.2875   Fairfax County, VA Police F2A/B (Mount Vernon District) (Pl 107.2
853.3375   Fairfax County, VA Police F3A/B (Mclean District) (Pl 107.2
853.4875   Fairfax County, VA Police F4A/B (Mason District) (Pl 107.2
853.9625   Fairfax County, VA Police F5A/B (Reston District) (Pl 107.2
853.1875   Fairfax County, VA Police F6A/B (Franconia District) (Pl 107.2
853.7875   Fairfax County, VA Police F7A/B (West Springfield District) (Pl 107.2
853.6375   Fairfax County, VA Police F8A/B (Fair Oaks District) (Pl 107.2
453.9750   Fairfax, VA Police Department
460.0500   Fairfax, VA Police Department
460.0750   Fairfax, VA Police Department
453.9250   Falls Church, VA Police Department
453.5000   Falls Church, VA Police Department
154.8000   Falls Church, VA Police Department
 39.4600   Glenarden, MD Police
453.8000   Greenbelt, MD Police
453.8750   Greenbelt, MD Police
453.8500   Herndon, VA Police Department
 45.2000   Herndon, VA Police Department
155.1300   Hyattsville, MD Police
159.0300   Hyattsville, MD Police
453.1500   Laurel, MD Police
453.3750   Laurel, MD Police
494.7125   Montgomery County, MD Police F-1 (Rockville District) (Pl 156.7)
494.8625   Montgomery County, MD Police F-2 (Bethesda District) (Pl 156.7)
494.9125   Montgomery County, MD Police F-3 (Silver Spring District) (Pl 156.7)
495.3125   Montgomery County, MD Police F-4 (Wheaton/Glenmont District) (Pl 156.7)
495.3375   Montgomery County, MD Police F-5 (Germantown District) (Pl 156.7)
495.3625   Montgomery County, MD Police F-6 (Alternate/Tactical South) (Pl 156.7)
495.3875   Montgomery County, MD Police F-7 (Alternate/Tactical North) (Pl 156.7)
495.4125   Montgomery County, MD Police F-8 (Tactical) (Pl 156.7)
495.2375   Montgomery County, MD Police F-9 (Rockville City Police)
494.4625   Montgomery County, MD Police F-10 (Special Investigations) (Pl 156.7)
490.4375   Montgomery County, MD Police F-11 (Surveillance) (Pl 156.7)
490.7125   Montgomery County, MD Police F-12 (Surveillance) (Pl 156.7)
490.5875   Montgomery County, MD Sheriff/Courthouse Security (Pl 156.7)
495.1625   Mount Rainier, MD Police
494.6875   Prince George's County Police F-1A/B (Hyattsville) (Pl 127.3)
494.5375   Prince George's County Police F-2A/B (Bowie/Beltsville) (Pl 127.3)
495.1375   Prince George's County Police F-3A/B (Seat Pleasant/Kent) (Pl 127.3)
495.0875   Prince George's County Police F-4A/B (Oxon Hill) (Pl 127.3)
494.5625   Prince George's County Police F-5A/B (Clinton) (Pl 127.3)
494.8875   Prince George's County Police F-6A/B (Investigators) (Pl 127.3)
494.9375   Prince George's County Police F-7A/B (Tactical South) (Pl 127.3)
494.7375   Prince George's County Police F-8A/B (Tactical North) (Pl 127.3)
494.3125   Prince George's County Police F-9A/B (Pl 127.3)
494.8875   Prince George's County Police F-10A/B (Pl 127.3)
155.5800   Prince George's County Sheriff F-1A/B (Primary) (Pl 127.3)
155.7900   Prince George's County Sheriff F-2A/B (Tactical) (Pl 127.3)
155.9400   Prince George's County Sheriff F-3A/B (Pl 127.3)
158.9400   Prince George's County Sheriff F-4A/B (Pl 127.3)
155.4750   Prince George's County Sheriff F-5A/B (Nationwide Police Channel)
854.6875   Prince George's County Corrections Department
855.7375   Prince George's County Courthouse Security
156.0000   Prince George's County Schools Security
155.5650   Riverdale, MD Police
154.9050   Riverdale, MD Police
495.2375   Rockville, MD Police
488.3625   Takoma Park, MD Police
488.3875   Takoma Park, MD Police
155.7000   Vienna, VA Police Department
154.8000   Vienna, VA Police Department
156.0900   Vienna, VA Police Department


Washington, DC - fire
154.1900 Washington DC Fire Department F-1 (Operations/Dispatch) (Pl 77.0)
154.2350 Washington DC Fire Department F-2 (Fireground/Secondary) (Pl 77.0)
154.2800   Washington DC Fire Department F-3 (Metro Area Mutual Aid)
154.2050   Washington DC Fire Department F-4 (EMS/Fireground/Paging) (Pl 77.0)
154.1900   Washington DC Fire Department F-5 (Talkaround)
154.2950   Washington DC Fire Department Mutual Aid
852.7125   Washington DC EMS Fire Department Fire Boat (Pl 127.3)
154.1000   Baltimore Washington International Airport Fire
164.8250   Dulles International Airport Fire/Rescue
164.8250   Washington National Airport Fire/Rescue
154.4300   Alexandria, VA Fire
154.2950   Alexandria, VA Fire Mutual Aid
854.4875   Alexandria, VA Fire trunked system
855.5625   Alexandria, VA Fire trunked system
856.8375   Alexandria, VA Fire trunked system
857.8375   Alexandria, VA Fire trunked system
858.8375   Alexandria, VA Fire trunked system
859.8375   Alexandria, VA Fire trunked system
860.8375   Alexandria, VA Fire trunked system
854.2125   Alexandria, VA Fire conventional
855.5125   Alexandria, VA Fire conventional
154.1300   Arlington County, VA Fire F-1 (Dispatch) (Pl 127.3)
154.2800   Arlington County, VA Fire F-3 (Mutual Aid) (Pl 127.3)
154.2650   Arlington County, VA Fire F-4 (Nova Intersystem) (Pl 127.3)
460.5750   Fairfax County, VA Fire F-1/7 (Dispatch) (Pl 94.8)
460.6000   Fairfax County, VA Fire F-2/8 (Fire Marshals/EMS/Tactical) (Pl 94.8)
460.6250   Fairfax County, VA Fire F-3/9 (Fireground) (Pl 94.8)
460.5500   Fairfax County, VA Fire F-4/10 (Fireground) (Pl 94.8)
460.5250   Fairfax County, VA Fire F-5/11 (Fireground) (Pl 94.8)
460.1250   Fairfax County, VA Fire F-6/12 (Fireground) (Pl 94.8)
458.2500   Fairfax County, VA Fire F-13 (Tactical) (Pl 94.8)
 46.0800   Fairfax County, VA Fire Haz-Mat/Emergencies
 46.1800   Fairfax County, VA Fire Fire Marshals
154.2650   Fairfax County, VA Fire Mutual Aid
154.2950   Fairfax County, VA Fire Mutual Aid
153.9500   Montgomery County, MD Fire F-1/7/10 (Fireground/Alternate) (Pl 156.7)
154.1600   Montgomery County, MD Fire F-2/6 (Dispatch/Operations) (Pl 156.7)
155.5200   Montgomery County, MD Fire F-3 (Fire Investigators/Admin) (Pl 156.7)
155.1000   Montgomery County, MD Fire F-4 (Pl 156.7)
155.3400   Montgomery County, MD Fire F-5 (EMS Ambulance-to-hospital) (Pl 156.70)
155.9850   Montgomery County, MD Fire F-8 (Pl 156.7)
154.2800   Montgomery County, MD Fire F-9 (FMars-2)
154.2500   Montgomery County, MD Fire F-11 (Howard County F-1) (Pl 156.7)
154.2200   Montgomery County, MD Fire F-12 (Howard County F-2) (Pl 156.7)
154.1900   Montgomery County, MD Fire F-13 (Washington DC F-1) (Pl 156.7)
154.2350   Montgomery County, MD Fire F-14 (Washington DC F-2) (Pl 156.7)
154.2050   Montgomery County, MD Fire F-15 (Washington DC F-4) (Pl 156.7)
154.1900   Montgomery County, MD Fire F-16 (FMars-3 Nova Mutual Aid)
154.1900   Montgomery County, MD Fire FMars-1
495.0125   Prince George's County, MD Fire F-1 (EMS Operations) (Pl 127.3)
494.8375   Prince George's County, MD Fire F-2 (North Dispatch/Ops) (Pl 127.3)
494.7875   Prince George's County, MD Fire F-3/5 (South Fireground) (Pl 127.3)
495.0625   Prince George's County, MD Fire F-4/6 (North Fireground) (Pl 127.3)
494.6625   Prince George's County, MD Fire F-7 (South Dispatch/Ops) (Pl 127.3)
 46.1200   Prince George's County, MD Fire Alerts/Messages
155.2950   Prince George's County, MD Fire
155.2800   Prince George's County, MD Fire
Washington, DC - ambulances/hospitals/medical
852.6125   Washington DC EMS Dispatch (F-1) (Pl 127.3)
852.6375   Washington DC EMS Operations (F-2) (Pl 127.3)
852.6875   Washington DC EMS Supervisor/Radio Shop (Pl 127.3)
852.6625   Washington DC EMS RFK Stadium (Pl 127.3)
852.7625   Washington DC EMS Tactical (Pl 127.3)
852.7875   Washington DC EMS Tactical (Pl 127.3)
852.7375   Washington DC EMS
462.9500   Washington DC EMS Med-9 (Dispatch)
462.9750   Washington DC EMS Med-10 (Dispatch)
463.0000   Washington DC EMS Med-1 (Dispatch)
463.0250   Washington DC EMS Med-2 (Dispatch)
463.0500   Washington DC EMS Med-3 (Dispatch)
463.0750   Washington DC EMS Med-4 (Dispatch)
463.1000   Washington DC EMS Med-5 (Dispatch)
463.1250   Washington DC EMS Med-6 (Dispatch)
463.1500   Washington DC EMS Med-7 (Dispatch)
463.1750   Washington DC EMS Med-8 (Dispatch)
460.6000   Fairfax County, VA EMS (Pl 94.8)
462.9500   Fairfax County, VA EMS Med-9 (Dispatch)
462.9750   Fairfax County, VA EMS Med-10 (Dispatch)
463.0000   Fairfax County, VA EMS Med-1 (Dispatch)
463.0250   Fairfax County, VA EMS Med-2 (Dispatch)
463.0500   Fairfax County, VA EMS Med-3 (Dispatch)
463.0750   Fairfax County, VA EMS Med-4 (Dispatch)
463.1000   Fairfax County, VA EMS Med-5 (Dispatch)
463.1250   Fairfax County, VA EMS Med-6 (Dispatch)
463.1500   Fairfax County, VA EMS Med-7 (Dispatch)
463.1750   Fairfax County, VA EMS Med-8 (Dispatch)
155.3400   Montgomery County, MD EMS Ambulance-to-hospital (Pl 156.7)
462.9500   Montgomery County, MD EMS Med-9 (Dispatch)
462.9750   Montgomery County, MD EMS Med-10 (Dispatch)
463.0000   Montgomery County, MD EMS Med-1 (Dispatch)
463.0250   Montgomery County, MD EMS Med-2 (Dispatch)
463.0500   Montgomery County, MD EMS Med-3 (Dispatch)
463.0750   Montgomery County, MD EMS Med-4 (Dispatch)
463.1000   Montgomery County, MD EMS Med-5 (Dispatch)
463.1250   Montgomery County, MD EMS Med-6 (Dispatch)
463.1500   Montgomery County, MD EMS Med-7 (Dispatch)
463.1750   Montgomery County, MD EMS Med-8 (Dispatch)
140.2750   Naval Medical Center
140.7250   Naval Medical Center
148.2750   Naval Medical Center Paging
495.0125   Prince George's County, MD EMS Operations (Pl 127.3)
462.9500   Prince George's County, MD EMS Med-9 (Dispatch)
462.9750   Prince George's County, MD EMS Med-10 (Dispatch)
463.0000   Prince George's County, MD EMS Med-1 (Dispatch)
463.0250   Prince George's County, MD EMS Med-2 (Dispatch)
463.0500   Prince George's County, MD EMS Med-3 (Dispatch)
463.0750   Prince George's County, MD EMS Med-4 (Dispatch)
463.1000   Prince George's County, MD EMS Med-5 (Dispatch)
463.1250   Prince George's County, MD EMS Med-6 (Dispatch)
463.1500   Prince George's County, MD EMS Med-7 (Dispatch)
463.1750   Prince George's County, MD EMS Med-8 (Dispatch)
Washington, DC - Federal Government/military
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150.7250   Army Corps of Engineers Aqueduct
414.8750   Architect of the Capitol
170.3750   Congressional Pagers (House Democrats)
169.5750   Congressional Pagers (House Republicans)
171.1750   Congressional Pagers (Senate Democrats)
171.9750   Congressional Pagers (Senate Republicans)
415.2000   Federal Protective Service F-1 (Dispatch)
417.2000   Federal Protective Service F-2 (Unit-to-unit)
410.2000   Government Printing Office Security
415.4500   Government Printing Office Security
411.8250   JFK Center Security
418.5750   Judiciary Plaza
408.1250   Library of Congress Security
411.4000   Library of Congress Security (input)
406.5500   National Gallery of Art Security
408.0000   National Gallery of Art Maintenance
166.9500   National Park Service Chesapeake & Ohio Canal
417.9750   National Park Service The Ellipse
172.7500   National Park Service Mall Operations
411.9250   National Visitors Center Security
162.5500   National Weather Service Weather Broadcasts
169.7250   National Zoological Park Security
140.2750   Naval Medical Center
140.7250   Naval Medical Center
148.2750   Naval Medical Center Paging
464.7250   Republican National Committee
169.2000   Smithsonian Institution F-1/2
169.0375   Smithsonian Institution Transportation
169.0500   Smithsonian Institution


Washington, DC - Local Government
 37.9400   DC   Highway Department (Pl 151.4)
156.6000   DC   Draw Bridges
156.6500   DC   Draw Bridges
453.4500   DC   DPW F-1 (Pl 151.4)
453.7500   DC   DPW F-2 (Pl 151.4)
 37.1000   DC   DPW (Pl 151.4)
453.2250   DC   Recreation Department (Pl 151.4)
 37.9800   DC   Water/Sewers (Pl 151.4)
158.1300   DC   Water/Sewers (Pl 151.4)
153.8150   DC   School Buses/Operations
155.0400   DC   School Security F-1
153.9350   DC   School Security F-2
153.4550   DC   Taxi Commission
495.4625   DC   Parking Enforcement F-1 (Ticket writers)
495.4375   DC   Parking Enforcement F-2 (Tow Trucks)
453.8750   DC   Parking Enforcement F-3 (Booting/Motor Pool)
494.3375   DC   Housing & Urban Development
494.9625   DC   Housing & Urban Development
 39.0200   DC Department of Corrections Warrant Squad
 39.0800   DC Department of Corrections Warrant Squad
488.3125   DC Department of Corrections Detention Facility
494.5875   Lorton Correctional Complex
494.9875   Lorton Correctional Complex
495.1875   Lorton Correctional Complex
155.5650   Lorton Correctional Complex
155.9100   Lorton Correctional Complex
 45.6000   DC Emergency Preparedness F-1 (Pl 151.4)
 45.5600   DC Emergency Preparedness F-2 (Pl 151.4)
855.2125   DC Emergency Preparedness
855.2375   DC Emergency Preparedness
855.4625   DC Emergency Preparedness
153.9800   RFK Stadium/Armory/Martin Luther King Library
464.3750   RFK Stadium
464.6750   RFK Stadium
453.5250   District Protective Services
463.6250   DC Chamber of Commerce
453.1125   Washington Convention Center Primary
453.9125   Washington Convention Center Secondary
469.4250   Washington Convention Center Catering
469.9250   Washington Convention Center Catering
 47.2000   Maryland State Department of Transportation
 47.3200   Maryland State Department of Transportation
159.3900   Maryland National Capital Park & Planning Commission Maintenance
151.3400   Maryland National Capital Park & Planning Commission Maintenance
854.4875   Alexandria, VA Services trunked system
855.5625   Alexandria, VA Services trunked system
856.8375   Alexandria, VA Services trunked system
857.8375   Alexandria, VA Services trunked system
858.8375   Alexandria, VA Services trunked system
859.8375   Alexandria, VA Services trunked system
860.8375   Alexandria, VA Services trunked system
854.2125   Alexandria, VA Services conventional
855.5125   Alexandria, VA Services conventional
856.4375   Arlington County, VA Services trunked system
856.7625   Arlington County, VA Services trunked system
856.9375   Arlington County, VA Services trunked system
857.4375   Arlington County, VA Services trunked system
857.7625   Arlington County, VA Services trunked system
857.9375   Arlington County, VA Services trunked system
858.4375   Arlington County, VA Services trunked system
858.7625   Arlington County, VA Services trunked system
858.9375   Arlington County, VA Services trunked system
859.4375   Arlington County, VA Services trunked system
859.7625   Arlington County, VA Services trunked system
859.9375   Arlington County, VA Services trunked system
860.4375   Arlington County, VA Services trunked system
860.7625   Arlington County, VA Services trunked system
860.9375   Arlington County, VA Services trunked system
460.2250   Fairfax County, VA Animal Control
159.1050   Fairfax County, VA Highway Department
159.2250   Fairfax County, VA Parks Department
488.3375   Fairfax County, VA Parks Department
435.2500   Fairfax County, VA Paging
856.2625   Fairfax County, VA Transit (trunked)
857.2625   Fairfax County, VA Transit (trunked)
858.2625   Fairfax County, VA Transit (trunked)
859.2625   Fairfax County, VA Transit (trunked)
860.2625   Fairfax County, VA Transit (trunked)
 45.1600   Fairfax, VA Municipal Services
494.3875   Fairfax, VA Municipal Services
490.4625   Fairfax, VA Municipal Services
 45.0800   Falls Church, VA Services
155.8350   Falls Church, VA Services
 45.2000   Herndon, VA Services
156.2400   Hyattsville, MD Highway Department
453.9500   Montgomery County, MD Department of Transportation Roads F-1/2 (North)
453.4000   Montgomery County, MD Department of Transportation Roads F-3/4 (South)
452.7750   Montgomery County, MD Department of Transportation Buses F-1
452.8500   Montgomery County, MD Department of Transportation Buses F-2
452.8250   Montgomery County, MD Department of Transportation Buses F-3
150.9950   Montgomery County, MD Department of Transportation Construction
155.1000   Montgomery County, MD Services (F-1) (Pl 156.7)
155.9850   Montgomery County, MD Services (F-2) (Pl 156.7)
159.1800   Prince George's County, MD Highway Department
 47.6200   Prince George's County, MD Emergency Preparedness
158.9400   Prince George's County, MD Emergency Preparedness
 45.5200   Prince George's County, MD License/Permit Inspectors
155.6850   Prince George's County, MD Services


Washington, DC - utilities
153.4550   District of Columbia Utilities
153.5900   District of Columbia Utilities
158.1300   District of Columbia Washington
451.6875   District of Columbia Utilities
456.5125   District of Columbia Utilities
 37.5800   Potomac Electric Power Company
 37.6600   Potomac Electric Power Company
 37.8200   Potomac Electric Power Company
153.6350   Potomac Electric Power Company
451.0250   Potomac Electric Power Company
451.0375   Potomac Electric Power Company
451.0500   Potomac Electric Power Company
451.0625   Potomac Electric Power Company
451.0750   Potomac Electric Power Company
451.0875   Potomac Electric Power Company
451.1250   Potomac Electric Power Company
451.1375   Potomac Electric Power Company
451.1500   Potomac Electric Power Company
451.2500   Potomac Electric Power Company
 47.7600   Washington Gas Light Company
 48.5000   Washington Gas Light Company
451.2000   Washington Gas Light Company


Washington, DC - schools
153.8150 DC Schools Buses/Operations
155.0400 DC Schools Security F-1
153.9350 DC Schools Security F-2
151.7450   American University
151.8350   American University
151.8950   American University
495.6875   American University
464.5750   Catholic Universiy of America
464.7750   Catholic Universiy of America
154.5400   Gallaudet College
464.8250   Gallaudet College
851.4125   Gallaudet College
851.7125   Gallaudet College
855.0625   Gallaudet College
855.2875   Gallaudet College
463.6750   George Washington University Security
151.6850   George Washington University
151.8350   George Washington University
151.8650   George Washington University
154.6000   George Washington University
464.4375   George Washington University
464.4500   George Washington University
464.4750   George Washington University
464.8750   George Washington University
464.9250   George Washington University
151.6850   Georgetown University
151.9550   Georgetown University
463.5750   Georgetown University
463.7250   Georgetown University
464.1125   Georgetown University
464.4750   Georgetown University
461.7000   Howard University Security
450.2875   Howard University Whmm-Tv
947.0000   Howard University Whmm-Tv Stl
463.2750   Howard University
463.4375   Howard University
464.6750   Howard University
151.8950   Johns Hopkins University School for International Studies
464.8250   University of DC Security
464.9750   University of DC Maintenance
464.8750   University of DC
153.9800   University of DC
950.5000   University of DC Stl
154.9950   Fairfax County, VA Schools
453.6750   Fairfax County, VA Schools
855.9625   Fairfax County, VA Schools
855.9875   Fairfax County, VA Schools
153.7850   Prince George's County, MD Schools Maintenance
156.0000   Prince George's County, MD Schools Security
155.2200   Prince George's County, MD Schools Buses


Washington, DC - transportation
160.2600   Metrorail   Operations   F-1   (Red Line)
160.3800   Metrorail   Operations   F-2   (Blue/Orange Lines)
160.6200   Metrorail   Operations   F-3   (Blue/Yellow/Green Lines)
161.0250   Metrorail   Operations   F-4   (Maintenance/Paging)
161.2350   Metrorail   Operations   F-5   (Yard-1)
160.6050   Metrorail Operations F-6 (Yard-2)
161.4150   Metrorail Operations F-7 (Start-Up)
161.3850   Metrorail Operations F-8/9 (Transit Police/Security)
489.5125   Metrorail Operations
489.5375   Metrorail Operations
490.7625   Metrorail Operations
490.7875   Metrorail Operations
490.8375   Metrorail Operations
490.8625   Metrorail Operations
490.8875   Metrorail Operations
490.9125   Metrorail Operations
490.9375   Metrorail Operations
490.9625   Metrorail Operations
496.4625   Bus Operations F-1 (Systemwide)
496.5875   Bus Operations F-2 (Prince George's County)
496.5125   Bus Operations F-3 (DC)
496.5375   Bus Operations F-4 (DC/Montgomery County)
496.5625   Bus Operations F-5 (DC/Montgomery County)
496.4875   Bus Operations F-6 (Virginia)
496.6125   Bus Operations F-7 (Supervisors)
496.4375   Bus Operations F-8 (Spare Channel)
496.3375   Bus Operations F-9 (Supervisors)
462.6250   Bus Operations Snow Desk
 44.4800   Facilities Maintenance
 44.5600   Facilities Maintenance
462.7000   Facilities Maintenance
152.8700   Facilities Maintenance
153.4550   DC Taxi Commission
153.8150   DC School Buses
160.9200   Amtrak Road
160.6500   Amtrak Station Services
160.5150   Amtrak Maintenance
161.3250   Amtrak Maintenance
160.4550   Amtrak Yard/Worktrains
160.8150   Amtrak Police F-2(Unit-to-unit)
161.2950   Amtrak Police F-3(Base)
161.2050   Amtrak Police F-4(Unit-to-unit)
161.3650   Amtrak Police (Portables/Mobile Repeaters)
160.2450   Amtrak Police
160.2900   Amtrak Union Station F-1 (Road/Car)
160.3500   Amtrak Union Station F-2 (Baggage/Maintenance)
160.4400   Amtrak Union Station F-3 (Police)
452.9000   Amtrak Union Station Services
160.2300   Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
160.3200   Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
160.8900   Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
160.9500   Southern Railway Dispatch
160.2450   Southern Railway Emergency
160.8300   Southern Railway Emergency
160.9350   Western Maryland Railroad
856.2625   Fairfax County, VA Transit (trunked)
857.2625   Fairfax County, VA Transit (trunked)
858.2625   Fairfax County, VA Transit (trunked)
859.2625   Fairfax County, VA Transit (trunked)
860.2625   Fairfax County, VA Transit (trunked)
452.7750   Montgomery County, MD Department of Transportation Buses F-1
452.8500   Montgomery County, MD Department of Transportation Buses F-2
452.8250   Montgomery County, MD Department of Transportation Buses F-3
155.2200   Prince George's County Schools Buses
169.0375   Smithsonian Institution Transportation
457.4000   Arlington Yellow Cab Company Inc.
452.1000   Cabs Inc.
452.4500   Capitol Cab Coop Association Inc.
452.5000   Capitol Cab Coop Association Inc.
152.3150   Checker Cab of Prince George's County
157.5750   Checker Cab of Prince George's County
452.1500   DCx Incorporated
452.2750   DCx Incorporated
452.0500   Flying Eagle Taxicab Company Inc.
496.3625   Imperial Cab Company Inc.
496.3875   Imperial Cab Company Inc.
452.2500   Yellow Cab Company of DC Inc.
452.3000   Yellow Cab Company of DC Inc.


Washington, DC - aviation
236.6000   Andrews Air Force Base Tower
289.6000   Andrews Air Force Base Tower
251.0500   Andrews Air Force Base ATIS
344.6000   Andrews Air Force Base Weather
294.5000   Andrews Air Force Base Approach
129.2250   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (American)
129.2500   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (Continental Maintenance)
129.3000   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (United)
130.1000   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (US Air)
130.3500   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (Northwest)
130.4000   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (Continental)
131.0750   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (United)
131.2250   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (Continental Ops.)
131.7500   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (Northwest)
131.8500   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (Delta)
464.3250   Aeronautical Radio Inc.
856.8875   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (Washington National trunked)
857.8875   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (Washington National trunked)
858.8875   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (Washington National trunked)
859.8875   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (Washington National trunked)
860.8875   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (Washington National trunked)
856.4875   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (BWI trunked)
857.4875   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (BWI trunked)
858.4875   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (BWI trunked)
859.4875   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (BWI trunked)
860.4875   Aeronautical Radio Inc. (BWI trunked)
460.8750   Air France
151.8500   Allied Aviation Fuel
464.6000   America West Airlines
460.7750   American Airlines
119.4000   Baltimore Washington International Airport Tower
121.9000   Baltimore Washington International Airport Ground Control
127.8000   Baltimore Washington International Airport ATIS
115.1000   Baltimore Washington International Airport ATIS
118.0500   Baltimore Washington International Airport Clearance Delivery
124.5500   Baltimore Washington International Airport Approach/Departure
128.7000   Baltimore Washington International Airport Approach/Departure
119.0000   Baltimore Washington International Airport Approach
119.7000   Baltimore Washington International Airport Approach
133.7500   Baltimore Washington International Airport Departure
122.1000   Baltimore Washington International Airport FSS
122.2000   Baltimore Washington International Airport FSS
122.9500   Baltimore Washington International Airport UNICOM
453.9000   Baltimore Washington International Airport Police
154.1000   Baltimore Washington International Airport Fire
453.8000   Baltimore Washington International Airport Administration
154.9800   Baltimore Washington International Airport Utilities
853.2625   Baltimore Washington International Airport Parking Lot Shuttle
257.6000   Bolling Air Force Base Tower
269.0000   Bolling Air Force Base Approach
322.3000   Bolling Air Force Base Approach
460.7250   Business Express
462.1125   Butler Aviation
460.8750   Continental Airlines (F-1)
460.7000   Continental Airlines (F-2)
460.7500   Continental Airlines (F-2)
460.8250   Delta Airlines
460.6750   Delta Airlines
460.7500   Delta Airlines
460.8500   Delta Airlines
 30.8400   Delta Airlines
154.5700   Delta Airlines
464.4500   Dollar Rent-A-Car (Washington International)
120.1000   Dulles International Airport Tower
121.9000   Dulles International Airport Ground Control
134.8500   Dulles International Airport ATIS
127.3500   Dulles International Airport Clearance Delivery
129.5500   Dulles International Airport Midfield Ramp Control
126.1000   Dulles International Airport Approach/Departure
126.6500   Dulles International Airport Departure
125.0500   Dulles International Airport Departure
122.9500   Dulles International Airport UNICOM
165.5000   Dulles International Airport F-1 (Operations)
165.7125   Dulles International Airport F-2 (Police)
164.8250   Dulles International Airport F-3 (Fire)
166.0875   Dulles International Airport F-4 (Maintenance)
165.6375   Dulles International Airport Police (Tactical)
409.3000   Dulles International Airport Mobile Lounges
415.1250   Dulles International Airport Mobile Lounges
154.5400   Dulles Airport Marriott
462.1250   Hertz Corporation (Washington International)
154.5400   Marriott Dulles Hotel
461.9625   Marriott Dulles Hotel
463.4125   Marriott National Airport Hotel
464.9875   Marriott National Airport Hotel
460.6750   Northwest Airlines
460.8500   Northwest Airlines
460.6500   Northwest Airlines
340.2000   Patuxent Naval Air Station Tower
344.4000   Patuxent Naval Air Station Tower
276.2000   Patuxent Naval Air Station ATIS
356.2000   Patuxent Naval Air Station Weather
281.8000   Patuxent Naval Air Station Approach
314.0000   Patuxent Naval Air Station Approach
353.6000   Patuxent Naval Air Station Approach
143.1000   Pentagon Tower
231.3000   Pentagon Tower
241.0000   Pentagon Tower
138.5750   Pentagon Tactical
460.6750   Transworld Airlines
460.8500   Transworld Airlines
460.7250   United Airlines
460.6500   United Airlines
460.8000   United Airlines
460.7000   United Express
460.7000   US Air
460.8000   US Air
460.8750   US Air
120.3000   Washington ARTCC
121.1000   Washington ARTCC
123.8500   Washington ARTCC
125.8000   Washington ARTCC
127.1000   Washington ARTCC
132.5500   Washington ARTCC
133.2500   Washington ARTCC
134.5250   Washington ARTCC (High Altitude)
135.2000   Washington ARTCC
135.4000   Washington ARTCC
135.5000   Washington ARTCC
135.5000   Washington ARTCC
135.5000   Washington ARTCC
119.1000   Washington National Airport Tower
120.7500   Washington National Airport Tower (helicopters)
121.7000   Washington National Airport Ground Control
132.6500   Washington National Airport ATIS
128.2500   Washington National Airport Clearance Delivery
118.3000   Washington National Airport Approach (East)
124.7000   Washington National Airport Approach (West)
118.9500   Washington National Airport Departure (West)
121.0500   Washington National Airport Departure (West)
125.6500   Washington National Airport Departure (West)
126.5500   Washington National Airport Departure (East)
122.9500   Washington National Airport UNICOM
165.5000   Washington National Airport F-1 (Operations)
165.6625   Washington National Airport F-2 (Police)
164.8250   Washington National Airport F-3 (Fire)
164.4125   Washington National Airport F-4 (Maintenance)
408.1750   Washington National Airport FAA


Washington, DC - stores/shopping Centers/malls
469.6750   2000 Pennsylvania Avenue Nw
464.8875   Ballston Common Administative
464.0250   Beltway Plaza
151.8950   Capitol Plaza
463.2125   Capitol Plaza
464.9875   Capitol Plaza
469.4500   City Place Mall
464.4750   Commons at Courthouse
463.5750   Crystal City Mall
464.9750   Crystal City Mall
496.7375   Crystal City Mall
464.4750   Fair Oaks Mall Security
464.4250   Fair Oaks Mall
463.9500   Georgetown Park Association
464.0250   International Mall Security
463.6250   International Mall
464.3250   International Mall
464.3250   Iverson Mall
464.7000   Lake Forest Mall
464.9250   Landmark Center Mall Security
151.6550   Landmark Center Mall
151.6850   Laurel Center Mall
151.7750   Laurel Center Mall
464.3250   Laurel Center Mall
154.6000   Linpro Lakeside Plaza
151.8350   Marlow Heights Shopping Center
464.6250   Maza Gallerie
151.7750   Maza Gallerie
151.9550   Maza Gallerie
151.7750   Montgomery Mall
151.9550   Montgomery Mall
151.9550   Montgomery Mall
463.7625   Montgomery Mall
464.5250   Old Post Office Pavillion Security
461.4250   Old Post Office Pavillion
464.4250   Old Post Office Pavillion
851.5625   Pentagon City Mall Fashion Center
461.3000   Potomac Mills Mall
463.8875   Prince George's Plaza Security
151.6250   Prince George's Plaza
851.0875   Reston Town Center
463.2000   Shops at National Place Security
463.2750   Shops at National Place Engineering
463.9000   Shops at National Place Maintenance/Security
852.1875   Silver Spring Metro Plaza
464.3250   Tysons Corner Mall Security (Inside)
464.3750   Tysons Corner Mall Security (Outside)
464.5750   Union Station Security
464.7750   Union Station Engineering
464.5250   Union Station Maintenance
464.8250   Union Station
464.8750   Union Station
464.9250   Union Station
464.8250   Wheaton Plaza Security
463.9000   Wheaton Plaza Maintenance
464.8250   White Flint Mall Security


Emergency Services in selected Florida counties
462.9500 Ambulance (Pasco County EMS Medcom Dispatch)
462.9750 Ambulance (Pasco County EMS Medical Channel 10)
463.0000 Ambulance (Pasco County EMS Medical Channel 1)
463.0250   Ambulance (Pasco County EMS)
463.0500   Ambulance (Pasco County EMS)
463.0750   Ambulance (Pasco County EMS Medical Channel   4)
463.1000   Ambulance (Pasco County EMS)
463.1250   Ambulance (Pasco County EMS Medical Channel   6)
463.1500   Ambulance (Pasco County EMS Medical Channel   7)
463.1750   Ambulance (Pasco County EMS Medical Channel   8)
045.9200   Ambulance (Pasco County EMS Dispatch Ch 1)
856.2375   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
856.4625   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
856.7375   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
856.9625   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
857.2375   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
857.4625   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
857.7375   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
857.9625   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
858.2375   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
858.4625   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
858.7375   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
858.9625   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
859.2375   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
859.4625   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
859.7375   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
859.9625   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
860.2375   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
860.4625   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
860.7375   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
860.9625   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
866.0875   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
866.1625   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
866.2000   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
866.3000   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
866.3375   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
866.5375   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
866.5875   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
866.9000   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
867.0875   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
867.1500   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
868.0750   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
868.1625   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
868.2000   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
868.3500   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
868.3750   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
868.4125   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
868.6250   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
868.6625   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
868.8625   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
868.9125   Pinellas County Fire/EMS/Police Trunk
046.4200   Pasco County Fire
033.9400   Pasco County Fire Ch 1 Dispatch
033.6800   Pasco County Fire Ch 2 Fireground
033.8600   Pasco County Fire Ch 3
154.6950   Florida Highway Patrol
154.9200   Florida Highway Patrol
154.6650   Florida Highway Patrol
156.8500   Florida Marine Patrol
045.0000   Florida Marine Patrol
852.7125   Broward County Sheriff
852.7375   Broward County Sheriff
852.8125   Broward County Sheriff
855.2375   Broward County Sheriff
856.4875   Broward County Sheriff
856.7375   Broward County Sheriff
857.3625   Broward County Sheriff
857.4875   Broward County Sheriff
857.7375   Broward County Sheriff
857.9875   Broward County Sheriff
858.3625   Broward County Sheriff
858.4875   Broward County Sheriff
858.7375   Broward County Sheriff
858.9875   Broward County Sheriff
859.3625   Broward County Sheriff
859.4875   Broward County Sheriff
859.7125   Broward County Sheriff
859.7375   Broward County Sheriff
859.9875   Broward County Sheriff
860.2375   Broward County Sheriff
860.4875   Broward County Sheriff
860.7375   Broward County Sheriff
860.9875   Broward County Sheriff
460.4750   Okaloosa County Sheriff'S Office So
460.5250   Okaloosa County Sheriff'S Office Tact 2
460.9250   Okaloosa County Sheriff'S Office Low Band
458.9000   Okaloosa County Sheriff'S Office Channel 15
462.3250   Okaloosa County Sheriff'S Office T/A
855.2250   Pasco County Police Trunk
855.8125   Pasco County Police Trunk
856.2250   Pasco County Police Trunk
856.8375   Pasco County Police Trunk
857.8375   Pasco County Police Trunk
858.8375   Pasco County Police Trunk
859.8375   Pasco County Police Trunk
860.8375   Pasco County Police Trunk
460.0375   Pasco County Sheriff
460.4125   Pasco County Sheriff
853.3875   Pasco County Mutual Aid
460.4000   Santa Rosa County Sheriff'S Office
460.0500   Walton County Sherriff'S Office


State wide, Georgia
042.0200   Georgia   State   Police   Department
042.1800   Georgia   State   Police   Department
151.2050   Georgia   State   Police   Department
154.6800   Georgia   State   Police   Department
154.8000   Georgia   State   Police   Department
155.1900   Georgia   State   Police   Department
155.3700   Georgia   State   Police   Department
155.4600   Georgia   State   Police   Department
155.4750   Georgia   State   Police   Department
155.5800   Georgia   State   Police   Department
155.9100   Georgia   State   Police   Department
156.2250   Georgia State Police Department
158.9850   Georgia State Police Department
173.0750   Georgia State Police Department
855.2125   Bibb Cnty Sheriff
855.9875   Bibb Cnty Sheriff
856.9875   Bibb Cnty Sheriff
857.9875   Bibb Cnty Sheriff
860.9875   Bibb Cnty Sheriff
155.1300   Chatham County Police Dept Cde 8 Disp
154.7400   Chatham County Police Dept Cde 9 Tact
156.0300   Chatham County Police Dept Cde 10 Anim Cont
154.9350   Chatham County Police Dept Cde 11 State
154.9050   Chatham County Police Dept Cde 12 Car/Car
155.4750   Chatham County Police Dept F6 Car/Car
860.7125   Chatham County Police Dept Trunk
859.7125   Chatham County Police Dept Trunk
859.4625   Chatham County Police Dept Trunk
858.7125   Chatham County Police Dept Trunk
858.4625   Chatham County Police Dept Trunk
857.9625   Chatham County Police Dept Trunk
857.4625   Chatham County Police Dept Trunk
856.9625   Chatham County Police Dept Trunk
856.4625   Chatham County Police Dept Trunk
855.7125   Chatham County Police Dept Trunk
855.4625   Chatham County Police Dept Trunk
853.6375   Chatham County Police Dept Trunk
155.0100   Chatham County Sheriff'S Dept
154.9050   Intra-County
154.9350   Sheriff'S Intercity
155.3700   Statewide Intercity
155.4750   Nationwide Police Emergency


State wide, North Carolina
30.9800    North Carolina State Forest Service F-5 (Tactical 2)
31.5400    North Carolina State Forest Service F-4 (District 1)
31.4200    North Carolina State Forest Service F-2 (Tactical 1)
31.5400    NC State Forest Service F4
37.1000    Haywood County Government
37.1000    Jackson County, NC Services
37.1000    Bryson, NC Local Government
37.1000    Sylva, NC Local Government
42.2200    NC Highway Patrol
42.3800    NC Highway Patrol
42.5000    NC Highway Patrol
42.5200    NC Highway Patrol
42.5800    NC Highway Patrol
42.6000    NC Highway Patrol
42.6200    NC Highway Patrol
42.6400    NC Highway Patrol
42.6600    NC Highway Patrol
42.6800    NC Highway Patrol
42.7000    NC Highway Patrol
42.7200    NC Highway Patrol
42.7600    NC Highway Patrol
 42.7800   NC Highway Patrol
 42.8000   NC Highway Patrol
 42.8200   NC Highway Patrol
 42.8400   NC Highway Patrol Alcohol Law Enforcement
 42.8600   NC Highway Patrol Alcohol Law Enforcement
 42.9000   NC Highway Patrol
 42.9200   NC Highway Patrol
 42.9400   NC Highway Patrol
 47.1400   NC State DOT Car/Car
 47.3800   NC State DOT Operations
 47.5400   Wayne County Management
 47.5800   Wayne County Management
122.9250   Statewide Air Tankers
151.3250   NC Wildlife Resources Commission F-12
151.3850   NC Wildlife Resources Commission F-11
151.4600   NC Wildlife Resources Commission F-10
145.2300   Orange County Ares Repeater [Alternate]
151.1750   NC Wildlife Resources Commission Car/Car
151.2200   North Carolina SBI/Wildlife Resources Commission Unit-to-unit
151.2950   NC Wildlife Resources Commission Simplex
151.3550   NC Wildlife Resources Commission Car/Car
153.8450   Dare County Beach Patrol Tx
153.9500   Johnston County Fire
153.9950   Pitt County Government
154.1300   Dare County North Beach Fire
154.1300   Wayne County Fire
154.1750   Wayne County Fire
154.1900   Wake County Fire
154.1900   Wayne County Fire
154.2050   Johnston County Fire
154.2050   Pitt County Fire
154.2200   Wake County Fire
154.2650   Johnston County Fire
154.2800   Johnston County Fire
154.2800   Pitt County Fire
154.2800   Wake County Fire
154.2800   Wayne County Fire
154.2950   Wake County Fire
154.3250   Wayne County Fire
154.3400   Johnston County Fire
154.3550   Pitt County Fire
154.4450   Johnston County Fire
154.4450   NC Highway Patrol
154.6800   NC Highway Patrol
154.6800   North Carolina State Police
154.7850   Wayne County Sheriff
154.8750   Graham County Sheriff
154.8750   Jackson County Sheriff
154.8750   Jackson County, NC Sheriff
154.8750   Graham County, NC Sheriff
154.8750   Cherokee, NC Local Government
154.8900   Wayne County Sheriff
154.9200   NC Highway Patrol
155.1900   NC Highway Patrol
155.1900   North Carolina State Police Base-to-base
155.2200   EMS All Counties
155.2350   EMS All Counties
155.2500   Pitt County Sheriff
155.2800   EMS All Counties
155.3400   EMS All Counties
155.4150   Pitt County Sheriff
155.4450   NC Highway Patrol
155.4450   North Carolina State Police Mobile Extenders
155.4750   NC Highway Patrol
155.4750   North Carolina State Police Nationwide Police Channel
155.5200   Wake County Sheriff F2
155.5650   Wake County Sheriff F1
155.5800   Wayne County Sheriff
155.6700   Wayne County Sheriff
155.8650   Swain County, NC Services
155.8650   Graham County, NC Services
155.9400   Pitt County Government
155.9700   Pitt County Sheriff
155.9700   Wayne County Sheriff
156.0150   Johnston County Government
156.0300   Pitt County Sheriff
158.7300   Pitt County Sheriff
158.7450   Haywood County Government
158.7450   Johnston County Government
158.8200   Dare County Beach Patrol Rx
158.8200   Pitt County Government
158.8500   Pitt County Sheriff
159.0300   Wayne County Sheriff
159.1500   Pitt County Sheriff
159.2850   NC Wildlife Resources Commission F-3/6/9
159.2850   North Carolina SBI/Wildlife Resources Commission F-3/6/9
159.3150   NC Wildlife Resources Commission F-1/4/7
159.3150   North Carolina SBI/Wildlife Resources Commission F-1/4/7
159.3450   NC Wildlife Resources Commission F-2/5/8
159.3450   North Carolina SBI/Wildlife Resources Commission F-2/5/8
159.3900   NC State Forest Service
159.3900   North Carolina State Forest Service
159.4200   Parks (NC State Parks/Recreation
159.4200   North Carolina State Parks & Recreation
168.6250   Statewide Air Tankers
168.6750   Asheville Air Tankers
169.1250   NC State Forest Service Link To National Forest Service
442.1500   Orange County Ares Repeater
453.2000   Haywood County Fire
453.3250   Haywood County Government
453.4000   Jackson County Fire
453.4500   Swain County Fire
453.4500   Swain County, NC Fire
453.7750   Jackson County, NC Services
453.8250   Swain County, NC Services
453.9000   Swain County, NC Services
453.9750   Sylva, NC Local Government
460.2500   Dare County Sheriff
460.4250   Swain County Sheriff
460.4750   Dare County Beach Central Disp
461.5750   Great Smokey Mountain Railway
463.2500   Great Smokey Mountain Railway
465.4750   Dare County Beach Central Rptr
453.6500   Orange County Sheriff Ch 1 458.6500
453.4500   Orange County Sheriff Ch 2 458.4500
453.7250   Orange County Sheriff Ch 3 458.7250
460.0500   Johnston County Police 465.0500
460.2750   Johnston County Police 465.2750
460.3750   Johnston County Police 465.3750
463.0000   NC State Medical Ch 01 468.0000
463.0250   NC State Medical Ch 02 468.0250
463.0500   NC State Medical Ch 03 468.0500
463.0750   NC State Medical Ch 04 468.0750
463.1000   NC State Medical Ch 05 468.1000
463.1250   NC State Medical Ch 06 468.1250
463.1500   NC State Medical Ch 07 468.1500
463.1750   NC State Medical Ch 08 468.1750
462.9500   NC State Medical Ch 09 467.9500
462.9750   NC State Medical Ch 10 467.9750
855.2125   Pitt County Trunk 810.2125
855.4625   North Carolina State Trunk 810.4625
855.7125   Johnston County Trunk 810.7125
856.4625   North Carolina State Trunk 811.4625
856.4875   North Carolina State Trunk 811.4875
856.7125   Johnston County Trunk 811.7125
856.9375   Pitt County Trunk 811.9375
857.4625   North Carolina State Trunk 812.4625
857.4875   North Carolina State Trunk 812.4875
857.7125   Johnston County Trunk 812.7125
857.9375   Pitt County Trunk 812.9375
858.4625   North Carolina State Trunk 813.4625
858.4875   North Carolina State Trunk 813.4875
858.7125   Johnston County Trunk 813.7125
858.9375   Pitt County Trunk 813.9375
859.4625   North Carolina State Trunk 814.4625
859.4875   North Carolina State Trunk 814.4875
859.7125   Johnston County Trunk 814.7125
859.9375   Pitt County Trunk 814.9375
860.4625   North Carolina State Trunk 815.4625
860.4875   North Carolina State Trunk 815.4875
860.7125   Johnston County Trunk 815.7125
860.9375   Pitt County Trunk 815.9375


State wide, Tennessee
34.8100    Fish/Wildlife (Tennessee Fish & Wildlife)
37.1200    Police (Knox County Sheriff)
37.2600    Cocke County, TN Sheriff
42.2600    Police (THP F1 Mobile Callback Nashville)
42.2600    Tennessee Highway Patrol F-1
42.2800    Police (THP)
42.3600    Police (THP F4 Nashville Rep)
42.4200    Police (THP F1 Base Nashville)
42.4200    Tennessee Highway Patrol F-1 (District 5 Dispatch)
42.5600    Police (THP F3 Car/Car Nashville)
42.5600    Tennessee Highway Patrol F-3 (District 1 Dispatch)
42.7400    Police (THP F8 Mobile Nashville)
44.7200    Tennessee State Forestry Statewide
44.8400    Tennessee State Forestry Statewide
 44.8800   Tennessee State Forestry Statewide
 44.9200   Tennessee State Forestry Statewide
 45.1200   Blount County, TN Local Government
 45.3600   Blount County, TN Local Government
 45.3600   Cocke County, TN Services
 45.3600   Tennessee Emergency Management Agency F-1
 45.4400   Tennessee Emergency Management Agency F-2
 45.5800   Police (THP F5 Rep Nashville)
 45.6200   Police (THP F6 Rep Nashville)
 45.6400   Townsend, TN Local Government
 45.6600   Police (THP F7 Rep Nashville)
 45.7000   Police (THP F8 Rep Nashville)
 46.0200   Police (THP Nashville)
 46.0800   Fire (Anderson County Fire District)
 72.3000   Police (THP)
 72.5800   Police (THP)
 72.7000   Police (THP)
 72.8600   Police (THP Control Nashville)
 73.9800   Police (THP Control Nashville)
122.8500   Tennessee State Forestry Helicopters
151.2350   Tennessee State Game Wardens Statewide
151.3400   Tennessee State Game Wardens Low Power
151.4150   Tennessee State Fish & Game Commission Statewide
151.4450   Tennessee State Game Wardens Statewide
151.5400   Fish/Wildlife (Tennessee Fish & Wildlife Repeater)
151.7150   Gatlinburg Holiday Inn
151.8650   Ogles Water Park (Pigeon Forge)
151.8950   River Lodge (Pigeon Forge)
152.4200   Vacation Travel Resorts (Gatlinburg)
153.8300   Fire (Karns Volunteer Fire Department)
153.9500   Fire (Knox County Rural Metro EMS/Fire/Rescue)
154.0100   Fire (Knox County Rural Metro EMS/Fire/Rescue)
154.1750   Pigeon Forge, TN Municipal Services
154.1750   Sevier County, TN Fire
154.1900   Fire (Karns Volunteer Fire Department)
154.2200   Fire (Claiborne County EMS/Fire)
154.2500   Sevier County, TN Fire
154.2950   Fire (Karns Volunteer Fire Department)
154.3250   Newport TN Fire
154.3550   Fire (Knox County Rural Metro EMS/Fire/Rescue Disp)
154.3850   Fire (Knox County Rural Metro EMS/Fire/Rescue)
154.4300   Fire (Knox County Rural Metro EMS/Fire/Rescue Disp)
154.5400   Twin Island Motel (Gatlinburg)
154.6650   Tennessee Highway Patrol Surveillance
154.6800   Police (THP Mobile Relay Nashville)
154.7550   Tennessee Highway Patrol Statewide Police Channel
154.7700   Police (THP HTF 4 Nashville)
154.8900   Police (Jefferson County Sheriff Ch.2)
154.9050   Tennessee Highway Patrol Mobile Extenders
154.9350   Police (THP Invest Mobile Nashville)
155.0250   Emergency (Tennessee Emergency Management Agency)
155.2050   EMS (State Ambulance/Hospital)
155.2950   EMS (Lifestar Air Ambulance)
155.3400   EMS (State Ambulance/Hospital)
155.3700   Newport TN Police
155.4600   Tennessee Highway Patrol Surveillance/Unit-to-unit
155.4750   Tennessee Highway Patrol Nationwide Police Channel
155.5050   Police (THP Short Mt. Relay)
155.5800   Police (Jefferson County Sheriff Ch.3)
155.7750   Sevier County, TN Services
155.8800   Education (Knoxville City Schools)
156.1950   Sevier County, TN Highway Department
156.2100   Police (THP Mobile Relay Nashville)
156.2250   Cocke County, TN Highway Department
157.6200   Gatlinburg Aerial Tramway
157.6800   Ober Gatlinburg Ski Area
158.7300   Tennessee Highway Patrol
158.7750   Corrections (Brushy Mountain Prison)
159.0900   Tennessee Highway Patrol
159.1350   Fire (Claiborne County EMS/Fire)
159.1500   EMS (Rural Metro EMS Alarm Room)
159.1800   Tennessee State Department of Transportation (Pl 136.5)
159.2400   Tennessee State Game Wardens Statewide
159.2700   Highways (Tennessee Highway Maint)
159.3000   Tennessee State Game Wardens Statewide
159.4050   Tennessee State Parks Statewide
159.4500   Tennessee State Parks Statewide
159.4650   Forestry/Parks (Tennessee Forestry Repeater)
159.4650   Tennessee State Conservation Statewide
418.6250   Police (Drug Enforcement Agency Repeater Out)
453.2000   Maryville, TN Local Government
453.2750   Gatlinburg, TN Municipal Services
453.3000   Blount County, TN Local Government
453.3000   Education (Knoxville City Schools Security)
453.3750   Blount County, TN Local Government
453.4500   Police (Marshall County Sheriff)
453.5000   EMS (Lifestar Air Ambulance Repeater)
453.5750   Sevierville, TN Municipal Services
453.6500   Fire (Sevier County Rescue Squad)
453.8500   Gatlinburg, TN Municipal Services
453.9250   Sevierville, TN Municipal Services
456.4600   Police (Loudon County Sheriff)
458.3000   EMS (Lifestar Air Ambulance)
460.0250   Police (Sevier County Sheriff)
460.0250   Sevier County, TN Sheriff
460.0500   Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge/Seviersville, TN Police
460.0750   Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge/Seviersville, TN Police
460.0750   Police (Sevier County Sheriff)
460.0750   Police (Sumner County Police)
460.1000   Cocke County, TN Sheriff
460.1000   Newport TN Police
460.1000   Police (Various Police Depts)
460.1500   Police (Claiborne County Sheriff)
460.1750   Police (Blount County Sheriff)
460.2000   Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge/Seviersville, TN Police
460.2000   Police (Loudon County Sheriff)
460.2125   Sevier County, TN Sheriff Jail (Low Power repeater)
460.2250   Police (Anderson County Sheriff)
460.2500   Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge/Seviersville, TN Police
460.2500   Police (Rutherford County Police)
460.3250   Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge/Seviersville, TN Police
460.4000   Emergency (Mutual Aid)
460.4000   Newport TN Police
460.4000   Sevier County, TN Sheriff
460.4000   Tennessee Highway Patrol Mutual Aid
460.4500   Police (Loudon County Sheriff Disp)
460.4500   Police (Union County Sheriff)
460.4750   Police (Jefferson County Sheriff Ch 1)
460.5000   Emergency (Mutual Aid)
460.5000   Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge/Seviersville, TN Police
460.5000   Police (Williamson County Police)
460.5250   Police (Tennessee Bureau of Investigation)
460.5250   Police (Wilson County Police)
460.5250   Tennessee Highway Patrol Statewide Tactical/Unit-to-unit
460.5500   Police (Tennessee Bureau of Investigation)
460.5750   Cosby, TN VFD
460.6250   Sevier County, TN Fire
461.4000   Kingdom Resort (Pigeon Forge)
461.5125   Gatlinburg Convention Center
461.6250   River Lodge (Pigeon Forge)
462.8000   Glenstone Lodge (Gatlinburg)
462.9500   EMS (Medcom 9 Dispatch 2)
462.9750   EMS (Medcom 10 Dispatch 1)
463.0000   EMS (Medcom 1)
463.0250   EMS (Medcom 2)
463.0500   EMS (Medcom 3)
463.0750   EMS (Medcom 4)
463.1000   EMS (Medcom 5)
463.1250   EMS (Medcom 6)
463.1500   EMS (Medcom 7)
463.1750   EMS (Medcom 8 Air Medflight)
463.5500   Sheraton Gatlinburg
463.6250   EMS (Pro-Med Ambulance Service Dispatch)
463.7000   Dollywood (Pigeon Forge)
463.8000   Dollywood (Pigeon Forge)
463.8250   Dollywood (Pigeon Forge)
463.9000   Family Inns of America (Pigeon Forge)
463.9250   Dollywood (Pigeon Forge)
464.0000   Brookside Resort (Gatlinburg)
464.0000   Camp Pigeon Forge (Gatlinburg)
464.0250   Dollywood (Pigeon Forge)
464.0500   Dollywood (Pigeon Forge)
464.1000   Dollywood (Pigeon Forge)
464.3250   Riverhouse Motor Lodge (Gatlinburg)
464.6250   Leconte Lodge (Gatlinburg)
464.6750   Dollywood (Pigeon Forge)
464.7000   Belz Factory Outlet Mall (Pigeon Forge)
464.7000   Dollywood (Pigeon Forge)
464.7250   Dollywood (Pigeon Forge)
464.7750   Edgewater Hotel (Gatlinburg)
464.8875   Dogwood Motel (Gatlinburg)
466.1500   Pigeon Forge Best Western
490.4000   Emergency (Mutual Aid)
856.2125   Emergency (Knoxville City Emergency Communication Trunk)
856.4375   Emergency (Knoxville City Emergency Communication Trunk)
856.7125   Emergency (Knoxville City Emergency Communication Trunk)
856.9375   Emergency (Knoxville City Emergency Communication Trunk)
857.2125   Emergency (Knoxville City Emergency Communication Trunk)
857.4375   Emergency (Knoxville City Emergency Communication Trunk)
857.7125   Emergency (Knoxville City Emergency Communication Trunk)
857.9375   Emergency (Knoxville City Emergency Communication Trunk)
858.2125   Emergency   (Knoxville   City   Emergency   Communication   Trunk)
858.4375   Emergency   (Knoxville   City   Emergency   Communication   Trunk)
858.7125   Emergency   (Knoxville   City   Emergency   Communication   Trunk)
858.9375   Emergency   (Knoxville   City   Emergency   Communication   Trunk)
859.2125   Emergency   (Knoxville   City   Emergency   Communication   Trunk)
859.4375   Emergency   (Knoxville   City   Emergency   Communication   Trunk)
859.7125   Emergency   (Knoxville   City   Emergency   Communication   Trunk)
859.9375   Emergency   (Knoxville   City   Emergency   Communication   Trunk)
860.2125   Emergency   (Knoxville   City   Emergency   Communication   Trunk)
860.4375   Emergency   (Knoxville   City   Emergency   Communication   Trunk)
860.7125   Emergency   (Knoxville   City   Emergency   Communication   Trunk)
860.9375   Emergency   (Knoxville   City   Emergency   Communication   Trunk)


Nationwide shopping malls
If your shopping mall is not listed below, try scanning in these ranges:

151.6250   to   151.9550     154.5150      to   154.6000
457.5125   to   457.6125     460.6500      to   462.1875
462.7500   to   462.7750     463.2000      to   464.9875
465.6500   to   467.1875     467.7500      to   467.9250
468.2000   to   469.9750     851.0125      to   865.9875

Following the shopping mall list is a list of nationwide stores and their
security frequencies.

State   City                 Mall                  Freq. MHz
  AK    Anchorage            Northway Mall          461.7750
  AL    Birmingham           Century Plaza          464.8750
  AL    Mobile               Belair Mall            464.8750
  AL    Montgomery           Montgomery Mall        466.0625
  AZ    Phoenix              Metrocenter            464.4750
  AZ    Phoenix              Paradise Valley Mall   464.3750
  AZ    Tucson               Foothills Mall         464.5750
  CA    Bakersfield          Valley Plaza Shop Cent 154.5700
  CA    Canoga Park          Topanga Plaza          154.5400
  CA    Los Angeles          Century City Center    461.0250
  CA    Oxnard               Center Points Mall     464.4750
  CA    San Francisco        Embarcardero Center    854.8375
  CO    Boulder              Crossroads Mall        468.7875
  CO    Denver               Laksie Mall            464.3750
  CT    Danbury              Fair Mall              464.6750
  CT    Hartford             Northeast Plaza        464.3750
  CT    Hartford             Northeast Plaza        464.6750
  CT    Hartford             Northeast Plaza        464.8000
  CT    Hartford             Northeast Plaza        464.9500
  DC    Washington           Renaissance Plaza      463.3750
  DC    Washington           Montgomery Mall        463.2500
  FL    Ft. Charlotte        South Port Square      154.5400
  FL    Jacksonville         Gateway Mall           461.0250
  FL    Miami                South Date Plaza       461.6750
  FL    Tallahassee          Tallahassee Mall       461.2000
  FL    Tallahassee          Tallahassee Mall       463.6000
  FL    Tampa                W. Shore Plaza         461.9125
  GA    Albany               Albany Mall Inc        460.9250
GA   Alpharetta   Homart Development       464.5000
GA   Alpharetta   North Point Mall         461.5500
GA   Alpharetta   North Point Mall         464.2500
GA   Alpharetta   North Point Mall         464.3250
GA   Alpharetta   North Point Mall         464.5750
GA   Atlanta      Peachtree Center         461.8250
GA   Atlanta      Piedmont Center          464.5250
GA   Atlanta      Atl Market Ctr Sec       464.3000
GA   Atlanta      Atl Merchandise Mart     464.8500
GA   Atlanta      Atl Apparel Mart         464.5750
GA   Atlanta      Atl Merchandise Mart     464.4750
GA   Atlanta      Northlake Mall           464.3750
GA   Atlanta      Northlake Mall           469.3750
GA   Atlanta      Outlet Square of Atl     151.6250
GA   Atlanta      Perimeter Mall Inc       464.9750
GA   Atlanta      Perimeter Mall Inc       469.9750
GA   Atlanta      Perimeter Mall, Inc.     464.9750
GA   Atlanta      Galleria Centre          467.1625
GA   Atlanta      Outlet Square            461.3125
GA   Atlanta      Galleria Centre          467.0875
GA   Atlanta      Galleria Centre          467.8375
GA   Atlanta      Piedmont Center          464.5875
GA   Atlanta      Colony Square            464.6500
GA   Atlanta      Galleria Office Park     463.3500
GA   Atlanta      Galleria Office Park     463.4500
GA   Atlanta      Galleria Office Park     463.6750
GA   Atlanta      Piedmont Center          464.5250
GA   Atlanta      Sears Mall               461.0500
GA   Atlanta      Northlake Mall           461.7500
GA   Atlanta      Rich's Security-Perim    463.2375
GA   Atlanta      Cumberland Mall Sec      463.8500
GA   Atlanta      Gwinnett Place Mall      464.4250
GA   Atlanta      Shannon Mall Security    464.4250
GA   Augusta      Augusta Mall Inc         463.4500
GA   Augusta      Augusta Mall Inc         468.4500
GA   Augusta      Augusta Mall, Inc.       463.4500
GA   Augusta      Augusta Mall Inc         464.3250
GA   Augusta      Augusta Mall Inc         464.4750
GA   Augusta      Augusta Mall Inc         469.3250
GA   Augusta      Augusta Mall Inc         469.4750
GA   Augusta      Augusta Mall, Inc.       464.3250
GA   Augusta      Augusta Mall, Inc.       464.4750
GA   Avondale     Avondale Mall Security   464.4750
GA   Brunswick    Glynn Place Mall         461.8250
GA   Calhoun      Calhoun Outlet Mall      463.2500
GA   Columbus     Col Square Joint Ven     464.8750
GA   Columbus     Columbus Square Mall     461.0250
GA   Decatur      Avondale Mall            464.4750
GA   Decatur      Avondale Mall            469.4750
GA   Decatur      Market Square Mall       464.4250
GA   Kennesaw     Town Center Mall Sec     464.4250
GA   Macon        Macon Mall               464.5250
GA   Morrow       Shannon Mall Security    454.4250
GA   Morrow       Southlake Mall Sec       464.3750
GA   Savannah     Oglethorpe Mall Sec      464.9250
GA   Smyrna       Galleria Mall Security   463.3500
GA   Valdosta     Valdosta Mall Co         464.3250
GA   Valdosta          Valdosta Mall Co         469.3250
HI   Pearl City        Century Park Plaza       464.2250
IA   Davenport         Northpark Mall           464.8750
IA   Des Moines        Merel Hay Mall           154.5400
IA   Des Moines        Merel Hay Mall           154.5700
IA   West Burlington   Southridge Mall          464.6750
IL   Aurora            Fox Valley Center        464.6750
IL   Chicago           Ford City Center         464.7750
IL   Chicago           Ford City Center         464.9750
IL   Moline            Southpark Mall           464.4250
IL   Springfield       The Center               464.9250
IN   Fort Wayne        Glenbrook Square         464.5750
IN   Fort Wayne        Glenbrook Square         464.8750
In   Indianapolis      Lafayette Square         461.0250
KS   Kansas City       Bannister Mall           464.5750
KS   Kansas City       Bannister Mall           464.6750
KS   Manhattan         Manhattan Tower Center   463.5250
KY   Lexington         Fayette Mall             462.1125
KY   Louisville        Oxmoor Center            464.8125
LA   New Orleans       World Trade Center       463.2500
LA   Shreveport        Mall St. Vincent         464.6750
MA   Boston            World Trade Center       464.8000
MA   Boston            Copley Plaza             154.6000
MA   Boston            World Trade Center       461.9125
MA   Boston            World Trade Center       461.9625
MA   Boston            World Trade Center       462.1625
MA   Boston            World Trade Center       461.9375
MA   North Attleboro   Emerald Square Mall      461.7250
MA   Watertown         Arsenal Mall             464.9500
MD   Baltimore         Eastpoint Mall           151.8050
MD   Greenbelt         Beltway Plaza Mall       151.9250
MI   Ann Arbor         Briarwood Mall           462.5750
MI   Ann Arbor         Briarwood Mall           462.0500
MI   Bay City          Bay City Mall            464.7750
MI   Detroit           Renaissance Center       151.9550
MI   Detroit           Renaissance Center       462.6000
MI   Detroit           Renaissance Center       462.7625
MI   Grand Rapids      Woodland Center          464.4750
MI   Grand Rapids      Woodland Center          464.5375
MN   Rochester         Center Place             464.4750
MN   Rochester         Center Place             464.5375
MO   Kansas City       Banister Mall            464.5750
MO   Kansas City       Banister Mall            464.6750
MO   St. Louis         Galleria                 461.9125
MO   St. Louis         Galleria                 462.8625
MO   St. Louis         Galleria                 462.0875
MS   Tupelo            Mall at Barnes Cross     464.6000
MT   Billings          West Park Plaza          464.7750
NC   Raleigh           North Hills Mall         464.5750
NC   Wilmington        Independence Mall        464.7875
NC   Winston Salem     Hanes Mall (Rptr)        464.5750
ND   Grand Forks       Columbia Mall            463.6000
NE   Freendale         Southridge Mall          464.5250
NE   North Platte      The Mall                 461.4250
NH   Nashua            Pheasant Lane Mall       464.9500
NH   Newington         Foxrun Mall              463.9750
NH   Newington         Foxrun Mall              464.2250
NJ   Atlantic City      Ocean One Mall           461.9000
NJ   East Brunswick     East Brunswick Mall      467.7500
NJ   Edison             Menlo Park Mall          464.4375
NJ   Edison             Menlo Park Mall          464.5375
NJ   Lawrence           Quakerbridge Mall        464.5250
NJ   New Brunswick      US 1 Flea Market         464.3750
NJ   New Brunswick      Ferren Mall              464.7750
NJ   North Brunswick    Fashion Plaza            464.4750
NJ   Princeton          Market Fair              464.7750
NJ   Short Hills        Mall at Short Hills      464.8250
NJ   West Windsor       Forrestal Village        464.3750
NV   Reno               Park Lane Mall           464.0500
NY   Cheektowga         Walden Galleria          464.5250
NY   Colonie            Northway Mall            461.6875
NY   Lake Grove         Smithaven Mall           154.6000
NY   Massapequa         Sunrise Mall             151.8650
NY   Massapequa         Sunrise Mall             464.4650
NY   Mineola            Roosevelt Field          462.7250
NY   Mt. Vernon         Cross Country Center     154.5700
NY   Mt. Vernon         Cross Country Center     154.6000
NY   New York           Gateway Plaza            464.8250
OH   Cleveland          Randall Park             461.4250
OH   Columbus           Northland Mall           463.6250
OH   Columbus           Northland Mall           464.9250
OH   Youngstown         Southern Park Mall       461.5000
OK   Broken Arrow       Woodland Hills Mall      461.0750
OK   Broken Arrow       Woodland Hills Mall      469.6750
OK   Oklahoma City      North Park Mall          464.7875
OR   Eugene             Gateway Mall             461.1250
OR   Portland           Washington Square Mall   464.4750
PA   Media              Granite Run Mall         464.3250
PA   Pittsburgh         Century III              464.3250
PA   Pittsburgh         Century III              464.3750
PA   Pittsburgh         Century III              464.9750
PA   Pittsburgh         Parkway Center Mall      464.6875
RI   Newport            Mall at Newport           461.5750
SC   Columbia           Columbia Mall            462.1125
SC   Spartanburg        Westgate Mall            151.9550
TN   Franklin           Cool Springs Galleria    464.4250
TN   Knoxville          East Town Mall           463.3375
TN   Memphis            Mall of Memphis          464.9750
TN   Nashville          Bellevue Center          464.8250
TX   Dallas             World Trade Center       464.3750
TX   Dallas             World Trade Center       464.8750
TX   Fort Worth         Plaza Forth Worth        461.8500
TX   Fort Worth         Plaza Forth Worth        464.5500
TX   Houston            West Oaks Mall           462.1125
TX   Houston            West Oaks Mall           464.3875
TX   Houston            West Oaks Mall           464.4875
TX   San Antonio        Wonderland Mall          467.8750
TX   San Antonio        Wonderland Mall          469.9125
UT   Salt Lake City     Crossroads Plaza         464.8250
UT   Salt Lake City     Crossroads Plaza         464.9750
UT   Salt Lake City     Crossroads Plaza         464.9875
VA   Colonial Heights   Southpark Mall           855.5625
VA   Hampton            Coliseum Mall            464.3000
VA   Portsmouth         Tower Mall               464.6750
 WI   Milwaukee            Southgate Mall             464.7250
 WI   Milwaukee            Southgate Mall             464.8875
 WV   Vienna               Grand Central Mall         151.8350
 WY   Cheyenne             Frontier Mall              464.5125

 J.C. Penny's       154.5700,   154.6000, 461.6125, 461.9375,
                    464.5000,   464.5500
 K-Mart             154.5700,   154.6000, 457.5375, 457.5875,
                    461.3125,   463.9125
 Montgomery Ward    467.8125
 Sears              154.5700,   454.5000,   464.5500
 Toys R US          461.7375,   461.9625,   463.7875, 464.9625
 Wal-Mart           151.6250,   467.7625,   467.7500, 467.7750
                    467.8000,   467.8250,   467.8500, 467.8750, 467.9000
 Zayre              461.0125,   463.4125


State wide, Maryland
463.0000   EMS (Prince George's County Med 1 North Prim)
463.1500   EMS (Prince George's County Med 7 South Prim)
463.1750   EMS (Prince George's County Med 8 State)
462.9750   EMS (Prince George's County Med 10 Call 2)
458.1250   EMS (Prince George's County Mobile Repeater)
495.0125   Fire (Prince George's County F1 Med Disp)
494.8375   Fire (Prince George's County F2 Fire Disp)
494.7875   Fire (Prince George's County F3 South F/G)
495.0625   Fire (Prince George's County F4 North F/G)
494.7875   Fire (Prince George's County F5 T/A Ch 3)
495.0625   Fire (Prince George's County F6 T/A Ch 4)
494.6625   Fire (Prince George's County F7 South Disp)
154.2950   Fire (FMars 1 Mutual Aid Bases)
154.2800   Fire (FMars 2 Mutual Aid)
 46.1200   Fire (Prince George's County Paging)
153.8300   Fire (Prince George's County Invest)
494.6875   Police (Prince George's County 1A/B)
494.5375   Police (Prince George's County 2A/B)
495.1375   Police (Prince George's County 3A/B)
495.0875   Police (Prince George's County 4A/B)
494.5625   Police (Prince George's County 5A/B)
494.8875   Police (Prince George's County 6A/B)
494.9375   Police (Prince George's County 7A/B)
494.7375   Police (Prince George's County 8A/B)
494.3125   Police (Prince George's County 9A/B)
495.2125   Police (Prince George's County 10A/B)
453.5500   Police (Prince George's County P-Mars)
 39.3400   State Police Channel A-05 (Barracks O)
 39.2400   State Police Channel A-04 (Barracks C)
 39.4000   State Police Channel A-06 (Barracks B)
 39.1000   State Police Channel A-01 (Statewide Intersystem)
 39.2600   State Police Channel A-02 (Marnis)
 44.7400   State Police Medivac helicopter
 44.9000   State Police Emergency Management
155.1900   State Police Barracks-to-barracks
155.7300   State Police Mobile Extenders
155.4750   State Police Nationwide Police Channel
 39.0400   State Police
 39.0600   State Police
 39.1400   State Police
 39.3000   State Police
 39.3200   State Police
 39.3800   State Police
 39.5200   State Police
 39.6200   State Police
 39.6600   State Police
 39.7000   State Police
159.2400   State DNR Police
856.7125   Hagerstown Police F-1 (Patrol)
857.7125   Hagerstown Police F-2 (Patrol)
858.7125   Hagerstown Police Detectives
811.7125   Hagerstown Police
812.7125   Hagerstown Police Misc.
155.4750   Hagerstown Police
155.7900   Hagerstown Police
460.2500   Washington Township Police
460.3500   Washington Township Police
460.5500   Washington Township Police


City of Nashville Police
154.8600   South sector
155.0100   Central sector
155.1300   Countywide
133.3100   East sectot
155.0700   West sector
155.6400   Traffic
155.5800   Records
154.7550   Channel 6 (Unit-to-unit)
155.4300   Goodletsville Police
460.0250   Hendersonville Police


Binghamton, New York area (I-81 corridor) - police
155.6550   State Police F-1 (Troop C Base)
154.9500   State Police F-1 (Troop C Mobile)
154.6650   State Police F-2 (Unit-to-Unit)
154.6950   State Police F-3 (Statewide Alerts/Emergencies)
155.5650   State Police F-4 (Criminal Investigation/Tactical)
155.3700   State Police F-5 (Statewide Intersystem)
155.4750   State Police F-6 (Nationwide Intersystem)
155.0700   State Police
 39.4600   State Police
 42.1400   State Police
151.3400   State Parks Police (Pl 100.0)
159.2250   State Environmental Conservation Police F-1
154.8000   County Sheriff F-1 (Dispatch)(Pl 103.5)
158.7300   County Sheriff Unit-to-Unit (Pl 103.5)
155.3700   County Sheriff Statewide Intersystem
Binghamton, New York area (I-81 corridor) - fire
 33.9000   Countywide Fire Communications F-1 (Dispatch)(Pl 91.5)
 33.9400   Countywide Fire Communications F-2 (Pl 91.5)
 33.9800   Countywide Fire Communications F-3 (Pl 91.5)
 33.8200   Countywide Fire Communications F-4 (Pl 91.5)
 45.8800   Countywide Fire Communications Intercounty Mutual Aid
154.3100   Countywide Fire Communications
154.3700   Countywide Fire Communications
 33.8600   County Fire Communications Inactive


Binghamton, New York area (I-81 corridor) – EMS
462.9500   Countywide   EMS   Med-9 (Dispatch)
462.9750   Countywide   EMS   Med-10 (Dispatch)
463.0000   Countywide   EMS   Med-1
463.0250   Countywide   EMS   Med-2
463.0500   Countywide   EMS   Med-3
463.0750   Countywide   EMS   Med-4
463.1000   Countywide   EMS   Med-5
463.1250   Countywide   EMS   Med-6
463.1500   Countywide   EMS   Med-7
463.1750   Countywide   EMS   Med-8


Binghamton, New York area (I-81 corridor) - highway
services
151.0250 Broome County Highway Department
156.0600 Broome County Highway Department
 45.4000 County Emergency Management Agency


Binghamton, New York area (I-81 corridor) - aviation
129.5500   Aeronautical Radio Inc. Miller Aviation
119.3000   Edwin A. Link Field Tower
121.9000   Edwin A. Link Field Ground Control
128.1500   Edwin A. Link Field Clearance Delivery
133.3500   Edwin A. Link Field Approach/Departure
122.4000   Edwin A. Link Field FSS
122.8000   Tri-Cities Airport UNICOM
121.7000   Tri-Cities Airport Clearance Delivery
118.6000   Tri-Cities Airport Approach/Departure
133.3500   Tri-Cities Airport Approach/Departure
151.8050   Tri-Cities Airport Operations


Herkimer, New York (I-90 corridor) - police
 39.4600 County Sheriff
 42.1400 State Police
155.4750 State Police F-6 (Nationwide Intersystem)
155.3700   State Police F-5 (Statewide Intersystem)
155.5650   State Police F-4 (Criminal Investigation/Tactical)
154.6950   State Police F-3 (Statewide Alerts/Emergencies)
154.6650   State Police F-2 (Unit-to-Unit)
154.9200   State Police F-1 (Troop D Mobile)
155.5050   State Police F-1 (Troop D Base)
154.9500   State Police Troop C (Mobile)
155.3700   Countywide Police/Sheriff Channel Statewide Intersystem
155.6100   Countywide Police/Sheriff Channel
155.6550   State Police Troop C (Base)
158.9700   Countywide Police/Sheriff Channel
159.2250   State Environmental Conservation Police
159.3300   State Environmental Conservation Police
453.4250   New York State Thruway Authority Channel A
453.5250   New York State Thruway Authority Channel B
956.0000   County Highway Department Microwave Link
959.6000   County Highway Department Microwave Link

Herkimer, New York (I-90 corridor) - fire
 43.0000   Salisbury Fire District
 45.8800   Countywide Fire Communications Intercounty Mutual Aid
 46.2200   Countywide Fire Communications Unit-to-Unit/Fireground
 46.3600   Countywide Fire Communications Dispatch
153.7700   County Fire Communications
153.8300   Frankfort Fire Department
154.1300   Illion Fire Department
154.1600   County Fire Communications
154.1600   Illion Fire Department
154.2050   Countywide Fire Communications Alerts
154.3100   Little Falls Fire Department
154.3250   West Winfield Fire Department
154.4150   Poland Volunteer Fire Company
154.4300   County Fire Communications
154.4450   Schuyler Volunteer Fire Department
155.9250   Mohawk Fire District
460.6375   County Fire Communications
465.6375   County Fire Communications


Herkimer, New York (I-90 corridor) - EMS
 43.6800   Little Falls Hospital Paging
152.0075   Little Falls Hospital Paging
155.1600   Kuyahoora Volunteer Ambulance
155.1600   Mohawk Valley Ambulance Corps
155.2800   Little Falls Hospital
155.3400   Countywide EMS
155.4000   Countywide EMS
462.9750   Saint Luke's Memorial Hospital   Med-10 (Dispatch)
462.9500   Saint Luke's Memorial Hospital   Med-9 (Dispatch)
463.1750   Saint Luke's Memorial Hospital   Med-8
463.1500   Saint Luke's Memorial Hospital   Med-7
463.1250   Saint Luke's Memorial Hospital   Med-6
463.1000   Saint Luke's Memorial Hospital   Med-5
463.0750   Saint Luke's Memorial Hospital   Med-4
463.0500   Saint Luke's Memorial Hospital Med-3
463.0250   Saint Luke's Memorial Hospital Med-2
461.8500   Dolgeville Area Volunteer Ambulance Corps
463.0000   Saint Luke's Memorial Hospital Med-1
462.8625   Valley Health Services
462.8875   Valley Health Services
462.9125   Valley Health Services
464.8750   S & S Volunteer Ambulance Service


Syracuse, New York (I-81 corridor) - police
 39.4600   Onondaga County Sheriff
 42.1400   State Police
154.9200   State Police (Troop D) F-7 (Tactical)
151.1450   State Park Police F-2
155.4750   State Police (Troop D) F-6 (Nationwide Police Channel)
151.3400   State Park Police F-1
155.3700   State Police (Troop D) F-5 (Statewide Police Channel)
155.3700   County Sheriff F-5 (Statewide Police Channel)
155.5650   State Police (Troop D) F-4 (Tactical)
154.6950   State Police (Troop D) F-3 (Statewide Alerts)
154.6650   State Police (Troop D) F-2 (Unit-to-unit)
154.9200   State Police (Troop D) F-1 (Primary)
155.5050   State Police (Troop D) F-1 (Primary)
154.6500   County Sheriff
155.3700   Syracuse Police Statewide Police Channel
159.2250   State Department of Environmental Conservation Police
160.6800   Conrail Police
154.0550   County Sheriff F-7 (Unit-to-unit) (Pl 107.2)
156.2400   County Sheriff F-8 (Unit-to-unit) (Pl 107.2)
154.8600   County Sheriff F-6 (Criminal Investigation) (Pl 107.2)
155.6400   County Sheriff F-4 (West Dispatch) (Pl 107.2)
155.6850   County Sheriff F-3 (East Dispatch) (Pl 107.2)
155.4150   County Sheriff F-2 (Information) (Pl 107.2)
154.7400   County Sheriff F-1 (Pl 107.2)
453.0500   SUNY Syracuse Police
453.4250   New York State Thruway Authority Channel A
453.5250   New York State Thruway Authority Channel B
460.0250   Syracuse Police
460.5000   Syracuse Police
460.2000   Syracuse Police F-7 (Special Investigation) (Pl 131.8)
460.2500   Syracuse Police F-6 (Supervisors) (Pl 131.8)
460.4250   Syracuse Police F-5 (Criminal Investigation) (Pl 131.8)
460.3750   Syracuse Police F-4 (South/West) (Pl 131.8)
460.4750   Syracuse Police F-3 (North/East) (Pl 131.8)
460.3500   Syracuse Police F-2 (Data) (Pl 131.8)
460.3250   Syracuse Police F-1 (Control) (Pl 131.8)


Syracuse, New York (I-81 corridor) - fire
42.9600    Syracuse Firefighter Explorer Post 280
43.0000    Syracuse Firefighter Explorer Post 280
46.2600    County Fire Communications F-3 (Fireground)/F-9 (Fire Police)
46.0000    County Fire Communications F-8 (Ambulance Unit-to-unit)
 45.9600   County Fire Communications F-7 (Ambulance Dispatch)
 46.4600   County Fire Communications F-6
 46.0600   County Fire Communications F-5 (Command)
 45.8800   County Fire Communications F-4 (Intercounty Mutual Aid)
 46.2200   County Fire Communications F-2 (Unit-to-unit)
 46.1400   County Fire Communications F-1 (Dispatch)
 46.0800   County Fire Communications
 46.2400   Clay Volunteer Fire Department
 46.2400   North Syracuse Fire Department
 46.3200   Cicero Fire District
154.2350   Syracuse Fire Department F-4
154.1450   Syracuse Fire Department F-3
154.1900   Syracuse Fire Department F-2 (Unit-to-unit)
154.3550   Hancock International Airport Fire F-2
153.9500   Syracuse Fire Department F-1 (Dispatch)
154.9950   Hancock International Airport Fire F-1
154.4150   Syracuse Fire Department Fireground
453.1000   County Fire Communications
453.3000   Syracuse Fire Department Fireground
453.8500   County Fire Communications Central Fire Control
460.5875   County Fire Communications Vehicle Repeaters
460.6125   County Fire Communications Vehicle Repeaters


Syracuse, New York (I-81 corridor) - EMS
 46.0000   County EMS   Unit-to-unit (Fire F-8)
 45.9600   County EMS   Dispatch (Fire F-7)
 47.5800   County EMS
155.3550   County EMS   F-4
155.2650   County EMS   F-1
155.2800   County EMS
155.2950   County EMS
155.3400   Countywide   Ambulance-to-Hospital
155.4000   County EMS
463.1750   County EMS   Med-8
463.1500   County EMS   Med-7
463.1250   County EMS   Med-6
463.1000   County EMS   Med-5
463.0750   County EMS   Med-4
463.0500   County EMS   Med-3
463.0250   County EMS   Med-2
463.0000   County EMS   Med-1
462.9500   County EMS
462.9750   County EMS


Syracuse, New York (I-81 corridor) -                   aviation
120.3000   Hancock International Airport Tower
121.7000   Hancock International Airport Ground Control
122.8000   Onondaga Aviation (Cicero) UNICOM
122.8000   Skaneateles Aerodrome UNICOM
122.9000   Camilus Airport CTAF
122.9500   Hancock International Airport UNICOM
139.6250   Hancock International Airport F-16 ("Cobra" Operations)
124.2000   Hancock International Airport Approach/Departure
124.6000   Hancock International Airport Approach/Departure
125.0500   Hancock International Airport Clearance Delivery
132.0500   Hancock International Airport ATIS
154.1000   Hancock International Airport F-3 (Maintenance)
154.3550   Hancock International Airport F-2 (Fire)
154.9950   Hancock International Airport F-1 (Fire/Snowplows/Admin.)
460.6500   US Air Inc.
460.6750   Sair Aviation Inc.
460.7250   Business Express
460.7250   Continental Airlines
460.7250   United Airlines Inc.
460.7750   American Airlines Inc.
460.8000   US Air Inc.
460.8250   Trans World Airlines Inc.
460.8500   Syracuse Executive Air Service Inc.
460.8750   Delta Air Lines Inc.
460.8750   Syracuse Executive Air Service Inc.


State wide, New York State
 42.1400   NY State Police Troop   B Station/Station
154.6650   NY State Police Troop   A Car/Car
154.6650   NY State Police Troop   B Car/Car
154.6950   NY State Police Troop   B State
155.6250   NY State Police Troop   B Data
159.1500   NY State Police Troop   B Vehicle Rep
154.9050   NY State Police Troop   B Troop Disp 154.7700
155.5050   NY State Police Troop   A Disp 155.5350
453.2750   Government S/P (NYDOT   Traffic/Engineering)
453.5000   Government S/P (NYDOT   Bridge/Highway Crew)


Outer Banks
 39.1000   County Water
 39.5000   Nags Head Water
 45.2000   State Patrol
 45.7000   State Patrol
153.8450   Beach Patrol (Tx)
154.1300   North Beach Fire
155.1600   Hatteras Fire
155.2800   EMS Page
155.3400   Hospital
155.4000   EMS Talk
155.6000   Fire
155.9200   Nags Head Fire
155.9250   EMS Central Fire
156.8000   US Coast Guard Hatteras
157.1000   US Coast Guard Weather and Notices to Mariners
155.7750   Fire Ch 3
158.8200   Beach Patrol (Rx)
159.3150   Wildlife Management
155.0100   Fire Ch 5
164.2250   Park Service
453.9750   Nags Head Police
458.9750   Nags Head Police
460.0500   Southern Shores
460.1000   Southern Shores
460.1250   Nags Head Police
460.2500   Dare County Sheriff
460.3500   Dare County Sheriff
460.3700   Kill Devil Hills
460.3750   Dare County Sheriff
460.4250   Kitty Hawk Police
460.4250   Nags Head Police
460.4750   Beach Central
460.9500   Nags Head Police
461.9500   Life Guard Services
463.0000   Nags Head Rescue
463.1500   Nags Head Rescue
465.1000   Southern Shores
465.2500   Dare County Sheriff
465.3700   Kill Devil Hills
465.4250   Kitty Hawk Police
465.4750   Beach Central
467.9750   Nags Head Police


Pennsylvania State Police
151.4900   Tac 2
154.6650   Channel D Dispatch Blue
154.6950   Channel E Dispatch Green
154.7550   Mobile to Mobile
154.7550   Mobile Repeater
154.7550   Mobile to Portable
154.8300   Channel F Dispatch White
154.8300   Monitor Channel F
154.9200   Channel F Dispatch White
154.9500   Channel A Dispatch Gold
154.9500   Monitor Channel A
155.4750   National Police Channel
155.4900   Pa Regional Police Clean
155.5050   Channel C Dispatch Black
155.5800   Channel A Dispatch Gold
155.5800   Channel C Dispatch Black
155.6700   Channel B Dispatch Red
155.7900   Channel G Dispatch Brown
155.8500   Monitor Channel C
155.9100   Channel B Dispatch Red
155.9100   Monitor Channel B
156.1500   Channel E Dispatch Green
156.1500   Monitor Channel E
155.4600   Tac 1
158.8350   Pa Emergency Management Agency
158.9100   Channel D Dispatch Blue
158.9100   Monitor Channel D
159.0300   Channel G Dispatch Brown
159.0300   Monitor Channel G
159.2100   Mobile Repeater
159.2100 Mobile to Portable


Cumberland County, Pennsylvania area (I-81 corridor) -
police
 45.8200   Countywide Sheriff/Police Channel F-3 (Unit-to-unit)
 45.8600   Countywide Sheriff/Police Channel F-2 (Mutual Aid/General Alarms)
 45.1000   County Police
 45.7800   County Police
 45.8600   State Police
 45.9000   State Police County Police/Sheriff's Channel
154.6650   State Police Channel D (Base)
154.7550   State Police Unit-to-unit
155.4750   State Police Nationwide Police Channel
158.9100   State Police Channel D (Mobile)
160.5600   Conrail Police Dispatch
160.6800   Conrail Police Unit-to-unit
460.2000   State Justice Department
866.4875   State Police
866.5125   State Police Nationwide Intersystem
866.7250   State Police
866.7875   State Police
866.9375   State Police
867.0125   State Police Nationwide Intersystem
867.1625   State Police
867.1875   State Police
867.4125   State Police
867.6625   State Police
867.6875   State Police
867.9125   State Police
868.0125   State Police Nationwide Intersystem


Cumberland County, Pennsylvania area (I-81 corridor) -
fire
 46.4400   Countywide Fire Communications   F-4   (Interzone/Mutual Aid)
 46.2200   Countywide Fire Communications   F-3   (Unit-to-unit)
 46.1200   Countywide Fire Communications   F-2   (Fireground)
 46.0600   Countywide Fire Communications   F-1   (Dispatch)
 46.4000   Citizens Fire Company Number 1
154.2800   Countywide Fire Communications
460.5750   Countywide Fire Communications


Franklin County, Pennsylvania area (I-81 corridor)
45.1200    Waynesboro Boro
45.2000    Townships Channel
45.2200    Greencastle Police
45.4000    Bear Valley Water Authority
45.4200    Waynesboro Police
45.5200    Chambersburg Boro
45.5600    Antrim Township
 45.6000   County EMA Channel
 45.6000   St. Thomas Township
 45.6400   Peters Township
 45.7200   Franklin County Transportation Channel (County Vans)
 46.0200   Waynesboro Police
 46.0800   Fire Police (Mercersburg)
 46.2400   Fire Police (to \ from County Control)
 46.2800   West End Fire & Rescue ( Shippensburg)
 46.4000   Fire Police (Chambersburg \ Unit To Unit)
 46.4800   South Mountain Volunteer Fire Company
 46.5600   Letterkenny Township
 45.6200   County Police Net Ch. 1
 46.1600   Fire Channel 1 (Main Dispatch)
 47.6200   Chambersburg Animal Hospital
 45.6400   County Police Net Ch. 2
 46.1000   Fire Channel 2 (Fireground)
 46.3600   Fire Channel 3 (Fireground)
 46.0600   Fire Channel 4 (Miscellaneous)
153.7400   Mercersburg Boro
154.0850   Shippensburg Boro Police
154.2800   Fire Mutual Aid (County-to-County)
155.1600   Lutheran Social Services
155.2050   Cumberland Valley Christian School
155.2350   Quincy United Methodist Home
155.2650   Chambersburg School District (Buses)
155.3100   Shippensburg Boro Police
155.4000   Menno Haven
155.9400   Franklin County Housing Authority
155.9850   Franklin County Prison
158.7450   Mercersburg Boro
159.1500   Shippensburg Boro Police
163.2500   Chambersburg Hospital
462.9750   Med-10 (Dispatch)
453.3500   Washington Township
453.6250   Greencastle Boro
463.0500   Med-3 (Hospital & County Control To Ambulance)
460.0750   Franklin County Drug Task Force (Scrambled)
460.2500   Washington Township Police
460.3500   Washington Township Police
460.3750   Chambersburg Police Ch.1
460.5500   Washington Township Police
460.5000   Chambersburg Police Ch.2
460.4500   Chambersburg Police Ch.3
463.0250   Med-2 (Hospital & County Control To AMb. )
462.1500   Rescue Hose Company (Greencastle)
468.0500   Med-3 (Ambulance-to-hospital & County Control)
468.0250   Med-2 (Ambulance-to-hospital & County Control)


Wilkes Barre-Scranton, Pennsylvania area (I-81 corridor)
- police
154.7400   County Sheriff
154.7400   Countywide Police Channel- All Local Departments
154.8000   Wilkes Barre Police
154.8450   Wilkes Barre City F1
154.8450   Wilkes Barre Police
154.8900   County Sheriff
155.0700   County Police Zone D
155.4150   County Sheriff
155.5350   County Police Zone B
155.5350   Wilkes Barre Township Police
155.5650   County Police Zone C
155.5950   Wyoming Police
155.6100   Wilkes Barre Township Police
155.7000   County Police General Alarms
155.9700   Wilkes Barre Police Tactical
158.7300   County Police Zone A (Repeater)
158.7450   County Police Zone E (Repeater)
158.8950   Wilkes Barre Police
155.5950   County Police Zone A (Input to 158.730)
155.9250   County Police Zone E (Input to 158.745)
453.5000   Fire (Scranton Fire Dept)
453.3750   Police (Scranton Police Ch 1)
453.7000   Police (Scranton Police Ch 2)
453.8500   Police (Scranton Police Ch 3)


Richmond, Virginia police
453.5875
458.5875
460.1750   Mutual Aid
460.4000   Citywide (info, warrants, special events)
460.5000   Surveillance (Dvp available)
460.6250   Surveillance (Dvp available)
460.1000   1st Pct Disp. Downtown, East End
460.2000   2nd Pct Disp. Southside
460.3250   3rd Pct Disp. Northside, West End


State wide, South Carolina
30.8600    South Carolina Health & Environment
31.7800    South Carolina Forestry
31.9000    South Carolina Forestry
39.1800    Fire (Dillon County Fire Paging)
42.0600    South Carolina Highway Patrol
42.0800    South Carolina Highway Patrol
42.1000    South Carolina Highway Patrol
42.1200    South Carolina Highway Patrol
42.1400    South Carolina Highway Patrol
42.2600    South Carolina Highway Patrol
42.2600    South Carolina Highway Patrol
42.3400    South Carolina Highway Patrol
42.1000    Police (SC Highway Patrol 1)
42.2600    Police (SC Highway Patrol 2)
45.0800    South Carolina Emergency Preparations
45.1000    Fire (Marion Rescue Dept)
42.1200    Police (SC Highway Patrol 3)
45.3600    Fire (Marion County Fire/Rescue Paging
45.4800    South Carolina Emergency Preparations (tornato watch)
 46.0800 Fire (Kingstree Fire Dept)
 42.0800 Police (SC Highway Patrol 4)
 46.1000 Fire (Palmetto Rural Fire Dept)
 46.2000 Fire (Temperance Hill Rural Fire Dept) Wellford
 47.2200 South Carolina Highway Maintenance
 47.2800 South Carolina Highway Maintenance
 47.3400 South Carolina Highway Maintenance
 47.3600 South Carolina Highway Maintenance
 42.3400 Police (SC Highway Patrol 6)
 42.1400 Police (SC Highway Patrol 7)
 42.0600 Police (SC Highway Patrol 8)
151.1600 Government S/P (Scdnr Little Mountain/Pee Dee)
151.2950 Government S/P (Scdnr Orangeburg)
151.3100 Government S/P (Scdnr Bear Island)
151.3250 Government S/P (Scdnr Rock Hill)
151.3400 Fire (Kingstree Fire Dept)
151.3400 Government S/P (Scdnr Sumter)
151.4150 Government S/P (Scdnr Charleston/Spartanburg)
151.4300 Government S/P (Scdnr Beaufort/Conway)
151.4450 Government S/P (Scdnr Georgetown)
153.8300 Fire (Whitney Fire Dept) Winyah
153.8300 (Cherokee County Epd)
153.9800 Works (Hartsville City Water Dept)
154.0400 Works (Sumter Public Works) Surfside Beach
154.0550 Fire (Darlington County EMS/Rescue Paging)
154.1000 Works (Hartsville Public Works)
154.1300 Fire (Fairforest Fire Dept)
154.1300 Fire (Irmo Fire District)
154.1300 Fire (Westview Fire Dept) Whitney
154.1450 Fire (Garden City Fire Dept)
154.1450 Fire (Hilton Head Island Fire Dispatch)
154.1450 Fire (Colleton County Fire/Rescue Paging)
154.1600 Fire (Georgetown County Fire/EMS/Rescue Paging)
154.175 (Darlington City Fire Dept)
154.1900 Fire (Hartsville City Fire Dept)
154.2050 Fire (Lexington County Fire Dept)
154.2200 Fire (Myrtle Beach Fire Dept F2)
154.2200 Fire (N Spartanburg Fire Dept)
154.2200 Fire (Hampton County Fire Dept)
154.2350 Fire (Lake Robinson Fire/Rescue)
154.2500 Fire (Georgetown City Fire Dept)
154.2500 Fire (North Myrtle Beach Fire Dept F1)
154.2650 Fire (Lee County Fire Dept F2)
154.2650 Fire (Spartanburg County Fire Talkaround)
154.2650 Fire (Spartanburg County Fire Talkaround)
154.2800 Fire (Cherokee County Fire Dept F2)
154.2950 Fire (Wellford Vol Dept F1) Westview
154.3100 Fire (Litchfield Fire Dept)
154.3100 Fire (Surfside Beach Fire Dept F1 Temperance Hill
154.3100 Fire (Spartanburg County Fire Dispatch
154.3250 Fire (Gaffney City Fire Dept)
154.3250 Fire (Williamsburg County Fire Dept)
154.3400 Fire (Sumter County Fire Dept F1)
154.3550 Fire (Berkeley County Fire/Rescue)
154.3550 Fire (Beaufort County Fire Dept)
154.3700 Fire (Clarendon County Fire Dept)
154.4000 Fire (Cherokee County Fire Dept F1)
154.4000   Fire (Horry County Fire Dept)
154.4150   Fire (Jasper County Fire/Rescue Paging)
154.4150   Fire (Spartanburg County Fire Haz Mat Repeater)
154.4300   Fire (Lee County Fire/Rescue Paging
154.4300   Fire (Lexington County Fire Dept)
154.4450   Fire (Darlington County Fire Dept)
154.7550   Police (Lee County Sheriffs Dept)
154.8000   Police (Sumter City Police Dept F1)
154.8150   Police (Kingstree Police Dept)
154.8600   Police (North Myrtle Beach Police Dept)
154.8750   Police (Sumter County Sheriffs Dept)
155.0850   Government (Sumter City)
155.0850   Fire (Sumter County Fire Dept F2)
155.1300   Police (Berkeley County Sheriffs Dept)
155.1750   EMS (Beaufort County EMS Paging)
155.1750   EMS (Jasper County EMS)
155.1750   EMS (Williamsburg County EMS)
155.1750   Fire (Hampton County Fire Dept)
155.1900   Police (Clarendon County Sheriffs Dept)
155.2200   EMS (Hampton County EMS)
155.2200   EMS (Lexington County EMS)
155.2200   EMS (Marion County EMS)
155.2200   Fire (Dillon County EMS/Rescue Squads)
155.2350   Fire (Winyah Rescue Squad) Stat
155.2650   Fire (Clarendon Rescue Squad)
155.2800   EMS (Sumter County EMS)
155.2950   Fire (Florence Rescue Paging)
155.2950   EMS (Georgetown County EMS)
155.2950   EMS (Horry County EMS)
155.3100   Police (Williamsburg County Sheriffs Dept)
155.4000   EMS (Clarendon County EMS)
155.4150   Police (Georgetown City Police Dept)
155.4450   Police (SC Highway Patrol Vehicle Repeater Out)
155.4900   Police (Darlington County Sheriffs Dept F2)
155.4900   Police (Georgetown County Sheriffs Dept F1)
155.5500   Police (Intercounty Sheriffs Link)
155.7150   Police (Georgetown County Sheriffs Dept F2)
155.8950   EMS (Spartanburg County EMS)
155.9550   Police (SC Highway Patrol Base/Base)
158.7300   Police (Charleston Police Dept)
158.8050   EMS (Richland County EMS)
158.8350   Works (Clarendon County Public Works)
158.8500   Police (Charleston Police Dept)
158.8950   Fire (Hampton County Fire Dept Fireground)
159.2100   Police (SC Highway Patrol Link Repeater)
453.1000   Columbia Fire
453.2250   Police (Mullins City Police Dept)
453.9250   Fire (St Andrews Area Fire Dept)
453.9750   Fire (N Richland Fire Dept)
460.0250   Darlington City Police Dept
460.0750   Police (Marion City Police Dept)
460.0750   Police (Hampton County Sheriffs Dept F1)
460.1000   Police (Darlington County Sheriffs Dept F1)
460.1000   Police (Lexington County Sheriffs Dept)
460.1250   Columbia Police Dept
460.1500   Police (Cayce Police Dept)
460.1500   Police (Jasper County Sheriffs Dept)
460.2000   Police (Hartsville City Police Dept)
460.2250   Police (Dillon City Police Dept)
460.2250   Police (Spartanburg City Police Dept)
460.2750   Police (Gaffney City Police Dept)
460.3000   Fire (Spartanburg County Fire Misc Small Towns)
460.3000   Police (Beaufort County Jail)
460.3250   Fire (Spartanburg City Fire Dept)
460.3250   Police (Marion County Sheriffs Dept)
460.3750   Police (Colleton County Sheriffs Dept)
460.3750   Police (Richland County Sheriffs Dept)
460.4250   Police (Hampton City Police Dept)
460.4500   Police (Hardeeville City Police Dept)
460.4750   Police (Cherokee County Sheriffs Dept)
460.4750   Police (Dillon County Sheriffs Dept)
460.5750   Fire (Charleston Fire Dept)
460.6000   Fire (Charleston Fire Dept)
860.2125   Government (Beaufort County Trunking System 1)
859.2125   Government (Beaufort County Trunking System 2)
858.2125   Government (Beaufort County Trunking System 3)
857.2125   Government (Beaufort County Trunking System 4)
856.2125   Government (Beaufort County Trunking System 5)
860.2125   Government (Horry County Trunking System 1)
859.2125   Government (Horry County Trunking System 2)
858.2125   Government (Horry County Trunking System 3)
857.2125   Government (Horry County Trunking System 4)
856.2625   Government (Horry County Trunking System 5)
860.2625   Government (Lexington County Trunking System 1)
859.2625   Government (Lexington County Trunking System 2)
858.2625   Government (Lexington County Trunking System 3)
857.2625   Government (Lexington County Trunking System 4)
856.2625   Government (Lexington County Trunking System 5)
860.3375   Police (Mpx Sys 1)
859.3375   Police (Mpx Sys 2)
858.3375   Police (Mpx Sys 3)
857.3375   Police (Mpx Sys 4)
856.3375   Police (Mpx Sys 5)
860.5625   Government (Dorchester County Trunking 1)
859.5625   Government (Dorchester County Trunking 2)
858.5625   Government (Dorchester County Trunking 3)
857.5625   Government (Dorchester County Trunking 4)
856.5625   Government (Dorchester County Trunking 5)
860.9375   Government (Spartanburg County Trunking System 1)
859.9375   Government (Spartanburg County Trunking System 2)
858.9375   Government (Spartanburg County Trunking System 3)
857.9375   Government (Spartanburg County Trunking System 4)
856.9375   Government (Spartanburg County Trunking System 5)
860.0375   Police (Mpx Sys 6)
859.0375   Police (Mpx Sys 7)
858.0375   Police (Mpx Sys 8)
857.0375   Police (Mpx Sys 9)
856.0375   Police (Mpx Sys 10)
860.4375   Government (Beaufort County Trunking System 6)
859.4375   Government (Beaufort County Trunking System 7)
860.4625   Government (Spartanburg County Trunking System 6)
859.4625   Government (Spartanburg County Trunking System 7)
858.4625   Government (Spartanburg County Trunking System 8)
857.4625   Government (Spartanburg County Trunking System 9)
857.4625 Government (Spartanburg County Trunking System 10)
858.4375 Government (Beaufort County Conventional 800)


Roanoke, Virginia
118.3000   Air (Roanoke-Woodrum Field Airport CTAF)
118.6500   Air (Roanoke-Woodrum Field Airport ATIS)
119.0500   Air (Roanoke-Woodrum Field Airport Approach)
119.7000   Air (Roanoke-Woodrum Field Airport Clearance)
121.5000   Air (Roanoke-Woodrum Field Airport Emergency)
121.9000   Air (Roanoke-Woodrum Field Airport Ground)
122.9500   Air (Roanoke-Woodrum Field Airport UNICOM)
126.9000   Air (Roanoke-Woodrum Field Airport Approach)
154.3100   Fire (Roanoke Fire Department)
155.8200   Fire (Roanoke Fire Department Rescue Dispatch)
155.1300   Police (Roanoke Police Department Ch 1 Dispatch)
155.4900   Police (Roanoke Police Department Ch 2 Secondary)
243.0000   Air (Roanoke-Woodrum Field Airport Emergency)
257.8000   Air (Roanoke-Woodrum Field Airport Ground)
339.8000   Air (Roanoke-Woodrum Field Airport Approach)
453.8375   Fire (Roanoke Fire Department Fireground)
453.9500   Fire (Roanoke Fire Department Portables)
458.9500   Fire (Roanoke Fire Department Portables)


State Wide, Virginia
 39.5000   Police (Loudoun Co Sheriff'S Off Ch 1 Admin)
 39.5400   Police (Loudoun Co Sheriff'S Off Ch 2 Sirs)
 39.7200   Police (Loudoun Co Sheriff'S Off Ch 3 Car/Car)
 39.7800   Police (Loudoun Co Sheriff'S Off Ch 4 Disp)
 46.3400   Fire (Chesterfield County Fireground)
 46.4600   Fire (Chesterfield County Dispatch Old)
154.1600   Fire (Chesterfield County Dispatch)
154.3400   Fire (Henrico County Fire)
154.4300   Fire (Henrico County Fire)
154.6650   Police (Virginia State Police)
154.6950   Police (Virginia State Police)
154.8750   Police (Chesterfield County Surv)
154.9050   Police (Virginia State Police)
154.9350   Police (Virginia State Police)
155.0700   Police (Chesterfield County Surv)
155.1750   Ambulance (Henrico County Ambulance)
155.2200   Ambulance (Henrico County Ambulance)
155.2650   Fire (Chesterfield County Rescue Disp)
155.6400   Police (Chesterfield County Surv)
155.9700   Police (Loudoun Co Sheriff'S Off Extender)
156.0300   Police (Loudoun Co Sheriff'S Off Extender)
154.3250   Fire (Prnce Will County Fire Ch 02 County Dispatch)
158.9850   Police (Virginia State Police)
159.0000   Police (Virginia State Police)
159.1650   Police (Virginia State Police)
453.4500   Police (Loudoun Co Sheriff'S Off Courthouses)
453.5500   Police (Northern Virginia Mutual Aid)
460.0750   Police (Henrico County Police)
460.1250   Police (Henrico County Police)
460.1750   Police (Henrico County Police)
460.2250   Government (Fairfax County Animal Control)
460.2250   Police (Henrico County Police)
460.2750   Police (Henrico County Police)
460.3500   Police (Henrico County Police)
460.4500   Police (Henrico County Police)
460.5750   Fire (Fairfax County Fire Ch 1 Dispatch)
460.6000   Fire (Fairfax County Fire Ch 2 Inspectors)
463.0750   Medical (Fairfax County Medical Patch)
460.6250   Fire (Fairfax County Fire Ch 3 Fireground)
460.5500   Fire (Fairfax County Fire Ch 4 Fireground)
460.5250   Fire (Fairfax County Fire Ch 5 Fireground)
488.6875   Police (Loudoun Co Sheriff's Off ? New Freq)
488.9375   Police (Loudoun Co Sheriff's Off ? New Freq)
489.1875   Police (Loudoun Co Sheriff's Off ? New Freq)
852.4875   Police (Chesterfield County Jailroom)
853.4875   Police (Chesterfield County T/A)
854.1375   Police (Fairfax County Police Hq/Detect/Helicopter)
856.2125   Fire (Chesterfield County Trunked)
856.2125   Police (Chesterfield County Trunked)
856.2375   Fire (Chesterfield County Trunked)
856.2375   Police (Chesterfield County Trunked)
854.2875   Police (Fairfax County Police Stn 2)
853.3375   Police (Fairfax County Police Stn 3)
857.2125   Fire (Chesterfield County Trunked)
857.2125   Police (Chesterfield County Trunked)
857.2375   Fire (Chesterfield County Trunked)
857.2375   Police (Chesterfield County Trunked)
853.4875   Police (Fairfax County Police Stn 4)
858.2125   Fire (Chesterfield County Trunked)
858.2125   Police (Chesterfield County Trunked)
858.2375   Fire (Chesterfield County Trunked)
858.2375   Police (Chesterfield County Trunked)
853.9625   Police (Fairfax County Police Stn 5)
853.1875   Police (Fairfax County Police Stn 6)
859.2125   Fire (Chesterfield County Trunked)
859.2125   Police (Chesterfield County Trunked)
859.2375   Fire (Chesterfield County Trunked)
859.2375   Police (Chesterfield County Trunked)
860.2125   Fire (Chesterfield County Trunked)
860.2125   Police (Chesterfield County Trunked)
860.2375   Fire (Chesterfield County Trunked)
860.2375   Police (Chesterfield County Trunked)
853.7875   Police (Fairfax County Police Stn 7)
853.6375   Police (Fairfax County Police Stn 8)


Williamsburg, Virginia area
 39.5400   Virginia State Police Statewide Interdepartmental Channel
 45.2400   Williamsburg Municipal Services
 47.0400   Virginia State Department of Transportation (Pl 77.0)
 37.1800   James City County Services (Pl 100.0)
 39.8200   James City County Transit (Pl 100.0)
151.6550   Busch Gardens (licensed frequency)
151.6850   Busch Gardens (licensed frequency)
151.7150   Busch Gardens (licensed frequency)
151.7450   Busch Gardens (licensed frequency)
151.7750   Colonial Williamsburg Paging
151.8350   Busch Gardens (licensed frequency)
151.8650   Busch Gardens (licensed frequency)
151.8950   Busch Gardens (licensed frequency)
151.3400   Virginia State Dept. of Game & Fisheries (mobiles) (Pl 192.8)
151.4300   Virginia State Dept. of Game & Fisheries (mobiles) (Pl 192.8)
154.4450   Williamsburg Fire & Rescue F-2 (Fireground)
154.0700   James City County Fire/Rescue (Mobile)
155.3400   Williamsburg EMS-1
154.5700   Jamestown Foundation
154.5700   Busch Gardens Parking
154.6000   Busch Gardens Parking/Rides
154.6000   Kingsmill Conference Center
154.6650   Virginia State Police Tactical
155.2050   Williamsburg EMS Mutual Aid
155.2200   Williamsburg Schools
155.4600   Virginia State Police (mobile)
157.5600   Busch Gardens (licensed frequency)
159.1350   Virginia State Police (base)
162.4750   NWS Weather Radio Richmond
162.5500   NWS Weather Radio Norfolk
039.9000   James City County Services (Pl 136.5)
151.8350   Kingsmill Conference Center (Pl 110.9)
154.1450   Williamsburg Fire & Rescue F-1 (Dispatch) (Pl 118.8)
154.3550   James City County Fire/Rescue Dispatch (Pl 118.8)
154.6950   Virginia State Police Surveillance (Pl 167.9)
159.4350   Virginia State Dept. of Game & Fisheries (Pl 192.8)
452.7500   Colonial Williamsburg Buses
453.8000   Tecap Mutual Aid
461.9125   Busch Gardens (licensed frequency)
463.2250   Busch Gardens (licensed frequency)
463.2500   Busch Gardens (licensed frequency)
463.5750   Busch Gardens (licensed frequency)
464.1750   Busch Gardens (licensed frequency)
464.5250   Busch Gardens Water Country USA
464.8875   Busch Gardens (licensed frequency)
467.8125   Williamsburg Middle School
463.2250   Kingsmill F-2 (Security) (Pl 110.9)
464.1750   Kingsmill F-1 (Operations) (Pl 110.9)
463.5750   Busch Gardens F-3 (Paging/Monorail) (Pl 131.8)
463.7750   Busch Gardens F-2 (Operations) (Pl 131.8)
463.4250   Busch Gardens F-1 (Operations) (Pl 131.8)
453.4250   Williamsburg Municipal Services (Pl 146.2)
460.1750   Williamsburg Police F-2 (Pl 146.2)
458.3500   Virginia State Police Vehicle Repeaters (Pl 146.2)
460.0500   Williamsburg Police F-1 (Dispatch) (Pl 146.2)
460.4250   William & Mary College Security (Pl 146.2)
463.6250   Colonial Williamsburg Security (Pl 156.7)
463.9000   Colonial Williamsburg Maintenance (Pl 156.7)
460.4250   William & Mary College Maintenance (Pl 167.9)
453.1000   James City County Sheriff Dispatch (Pl 179.9)
453.2500   James City County Sheriff (Pl 179.9)
855.0375   Busch Gardens trunked system (future use)
855.3125   Busch Gardens trunked system (future use)
855.3375   Busch Gardens trunked system (future use)
855.5375   Busch Gardens trunked system (future use)
855.5875   Busch Gardens trunked system (future use)
855.7875   Busch Gardens trunked system (future use)
856.8125   William & Mary College Trunked system
857.8125   William & Mary College Trunked system
857.8875   Busch Gardens trunked system (future use)
858.8125   William & Mary College Trunked system
858.8875   Busch Gardens trunked system (future use)
859.8125   William & Mary College Trunked system
859.8625   Busch Gardens trunked system (future use)
859.8875   Busch Gardens trunked system (future use)
860.8125   William & Mary College Trunked system
860.8125   Busch Gardens trunked system (future use)
860.8875   Busch Gardens trunked system (future use)
860.9125   Busch Gardens trunked system (future use)


State wide, West Virginia
 47.3600   Highways (WV State Roads)
 42.1000   Police (WV State Police Base)
 42.2600   Police (WV State Police Mobile)
 42.8600   Police (WV State Police Repeater)
162.4000   Weather (NOAA Weather Station Elkins, WV)
          The White Pages
 United States Federal Government
Secret Service (White House and Executive Protection)
 32.2300   transportation
164.1000   executive protection
164.4000   White House perimeter patrols
164.6500   executive protection
164.8875   executive protection primary
165.2125   former presidents/dignitary protection
165.3750   Field Office Primary/Command Post
165.5125   White House Staff/Pagers
165.6875   Vice President Staff/White House Garage
165.7875   Field Office/Presidential Escorts
166.2000   executive protection
166.2125   executive protection
166.4000   Field Office/Charlie repeater Input
166.4625   Treasury Department common
166.5125   Escort/Security
166.7000   White House staff
166.7000   White House staff
167.0250   paging
167.9000   Vice President staff/White House garage
169.9250   vans/phone patch/Marine Corps detachment
170.0000   Camp David paging
407.8500   limousines (local only)
407.9250   executive protection
414.6750   executive protection
414.8500   executive protection
414.9500   executive protection
414.9500   executive protection
414.9750   executive protection
415.6500   executive protection
415.8750   executive protection
415.9750   executive protection


Secret Service colored divisions
415.8000   Gray       Protective Support Division
415.6750   Gold       Communications Division
415.6750   Black      Executive Protection Division
414.9500   Orange     Executive Protection Division
414.8500   Tan        Foreign Mission Divisions
414.8500   Brown      Uniformed Division
415.9750   Red        Foreign Mission/Uniformed Divisions
415.6500   Silver     Foreign Mission/Uniformed Divisions
418.1250   Lavender   Transportation
418.3500   Gray       Uniformed Division
418.7750   Orange     Uniformed Division
414.6750   Yellow     Uniformed/Tech Security Divisions
419.7250 Green     Technical Security Division


Presidential aircraft fleet
 34.3500   VIP Transport Net
 46.7500   Marine One operations/transport primary
 46.7000   Marine One operations/secondary
 46.8000   Marine One operations/auxiliary
142.7500   Command Post
162.6875   Air Force One phone patch uplink
165.0875   Air Force One communications
171.2875   Air Force One phone patch downlink
265.8000   squadron common
361.6000   Air Force One communications
375.0000   Air Force One communications
407.8500   Air Force One phone patch uplink
415.7000   Air Force One communications


Washington, DC area
140.2750   Naval Medical Center
140.7250   Naval Medical Center
148.2750   Naval Medical Center Paging
150.7250   Army Corps of Engineers Aqueduct
162.6125   United States Capitol Police simplex
162.2500   United States Capitol Police simplex
162.6125   United States Capitol Police repeater
162.2500   United States Capitol Police repeater
165.5375   United States Capitol Police mobile
170.1750   United States Capitol Police simplex
166.8500   United States Park Police alternate
163.1000   United States Supreme Court Police primary
163.1250   Chesapeake & Ohio Canal Park Police
163.1250   Manassas National Battlefield Park Police
169.2250   United States Capitol Police mobile
163.2750   United States Supreme Court Police alternate
167.0750   United States Park Police special operations
166.9250   United States Park Police dispatch
166.7250   United States Park Police unit-to-unit
166.9500   National Park Service Chesapeake & Ohio Canal
170.1750   United States Capitol Police repeater
169.5375   United States Capitol Police repeater
169.2250   United States Capitol Police repeater
169.2000   Smithsonian Institution
169.0375   Smithsonian Institution Transportation
169.0500   Smithsonian Institution
169.5750   Congressional Pagers (House Republicans)
169.7250   National Zoological Park Security
169.7750   George Washington Memorial Parkway Police
170.3750   Congressional Pagers (House Democrats)
171.1750   Congressional Pagers (Senate Democrats)
171.9750   Congressional Pagers (Senate Republicans)
172.4750   United States Park Police National Zoo/Rock Creek Park
172.7500   National Park Service Mall operations
406.5500   National Gallery of Art Security
408.0000   National Gallery of Art Maintenance
408.1250   Library of Congress Security
409.0500   JFK Center Security (input)
411.7250   National Park Service/United States Park   Police Central D.C.
410.2000   United States Government Printing Office   Security
411.6250   National Park Service/United States Park   Police Central D.C.
411.4000   Library of Congress Security (input)
411.8250   JFK Center Security
411.9250   National Visitors Center Security
415.2000   Federal Protective Service dispatch
414.8750   Architect of the Capitol
417.2000   Federal Protective Service unit-to-unit
415.4500   United States Government Printing Office   Security
417.9750   National Park Service The Ellipse
418.5750   Judiciary Plaza
464.7250   Republican National Committee


NOAA weather broadcasts
162.550
162.400
162.475
162.425
162.450
162.500
162.525
161.650
161.775


Automated Maritime Telecommunications System
Ship transmit frequencies in groups C & D are not authorized.
Coastal stations in groups C & D are not currently assignable.

Transmit frequencies (@ 25 kHz intervals)
Group    Channels       Coast              Ship
D      101-120    216.0125 216.4875    -        - -
C      121-140    216.5125 216.9875    -        - -
B      141-160    217.0125 217.4875   219.0125 219.4875
A      161-180    217.5125 217.9875   219.5125 219.9875


Hurricane-related broadcasters
 3.8150        Antigua/Antilles Net
 3.8150        Inter-Island 75 Meter Net (Continuous Watch)
 3.8180        Antilles Net
 3.9150        South Carolina Emergency Net
 4.2700        Fax Pictures From CFH Halifax
 4.4260        USCG Broadcasts From NMN Portsmouth VA
               - Broadcast times: 0400,0530,1000 Zulu
 6.3300        Fax Pictures From CFH Halifax
 6.5010        USCG Broadcasts From NMN Portsmouth VA
              - Broadcast times: 0400,0530,1000,1130,1600 Zulu
 6.6730       Hurricane Hunter Aircraft
 7.1650       Antigua/Antilles Net
 7.2320       South Carolina Emergency Net
 7.2430       South Carolina Emergency Net
 8.0800       Fax Pictures From NMN
 8.7640       USCG Broadcasts From NMN Portsmouth VA
              - Broadcast times: 0400,0530,1000,1130,1600,1730,2200,2330 Zulu
 8.7650       Health And Welfare Traffic
 8.9930       Air Force And Coast Guard
10.5360       Fax Pictures From CFH Halifax
11.2460       Hurricane Hunter Aircraft
11.2495       Hurricane Hunter Aircraft
11.3980       Hurricane Hunter Aircraft
11.4250       Hurricane Hunter Aircraft
13.0890       USCG Broadcasts From NMN Portsmouth VA
              - Broadcast times: 1130,1600,1730,2200,2330 Zulu
13.2450       Antigua/Antilles Net
13.3540       Hurricane Hunter Aircraft
13.5100       Fax Pictures From CFH Halifax
14.1500       Amateur Net
14.2750       International Amateur Radio Net / Red Cross
14.2830       Caribus Net
14.2830       Health And Welfare Traffic
14.3030       Health And Welfare Traffic
17.3140       USCG Broadcasts From NMN Portsmouth Va, 1730 Zulu
14.3160       Maritime Mobile Net
14.3250       Hurricane Watch Net (Amateur-To-National Hurricane Center)
14.3750       Amateur Net
18.0190       Hurricane Hunter Aircraft


Amateur emergency networks in hurricane areas
 3.6950   Alabama
 3.8080   Caribbean Weather; 1030 Zulu
 3.8450   Gulf Coast Western
 3.9100   Mississippi Area
 3.9150   North Carolina
 3.9150   South Carolina
 3.9230   Mississippi Area
 3.9350   Gulf Coast Central
 3.9670   Gulf Coast Outgoing Only
 3.9750   Georgia
 3.9930   Gulf Coast Health & Welfare
 7.1150   Caribbean Maritime Mobile; 1200Z
 7.2450   Southern Louisiana
 7.2450   Gulf Coast Central
 7.2600   Gulf Coast Western
 7.2640   Gulf Coast Health & Welfare
 7.2680   Waterways
 7.2830   Gulf Coast Outgoing Only
14.1850   Caribbean Emergency

Whenever a hurricane is within 300 nautical miles of land in the northern
Western Hemisphere, the Hurricane Watch Net is operational on 14.3250 MHz The
Hurricane Watch Net provides communication between the National Hurricane Center
and the affected areas.

The National Bureau of Standards broadcasts storm warnings on 2.5000, 5.0000,
10.0000, 15.0000, and 20.0000 MHz at :08 and :38 past the hour.


Civilian and government marine
156.300   Channel   6
156.450   Channel   9
156.600   Channel   12   port operations
156.650   Channel   13   bridges
156.700   Channel   14   port operations
156.750   Channel   15   info
156.800   Channel   16   safety
156.850   Channel   17   government
157.000   Channel   20   port operations
157.050   Channel   21   government
157.100   Channel   22   emergency
157.150   Channel   23   United States Coast Guard
157.200   Channel   24   ship-to-shore
157.250   Channel   25   ship-to-shore
157.300   Channel   26   ship-to-shore
157.350   Channel   27   ship-to-shore
156.400   Channel   28   ship-to-shore
156.275   Channel   65   port operations
156.325   Channel   66   port operations
156.425   Channel   68   ships


Drug Enforcement Agency
415.6000   operations
416.0500   primary operations
416.2000   operations repeater
416.3250   operations repeater
417.0250   operations repeater
417.4000   operations
418.6250   operations repeater
418.6750   surveillance/Strike Force
418.7000   operations
418.7250   operations
418.7500   surveillance/Strike Force
418.7750   operations
418.8000   operations
418.8250   operations repeater
418.8750   operations
418.9000   operations repeater
418.9250   operations
418.9500   operations repeater
418.9750   operations
419.0000   operations


United States Marshals
162.7125   operations
163.2000   operations simplex
163.8125   operations repeater, mobile extenders
164.6000   operations repeater extenders
170.8000   operations


Bureau of Prisons
170.8750 security
170.9250 emergency
170.6500 tactical


Internal Revenue Service
165.4625   Treasury Department common
165.9500   Criminal Investigation Division   operations
165.9500   Criminal Investigation Division   operations
166.0000   investigations
166.4625   Treasury Department common
166.5875   Treasury Department common
167.0000   Criminal Investigation Division   operations
167.0000   Criminal Investigation Division   operations
167.1000   investigations
414.7000   Criminal Investigation Division   operations
418.1750   Criminal Investigation Division   operations (tactical)
418.2250   Criminal Investigation Division   operations
418.2250   Criminal Investigation Division   operations


Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms
165.2875   operations
165.3500   local offices
165.4625   Treasury Department common
165.9125   operations
166.4625   Treasury Department common
166.5375   operations
166.5875   Treasury Department common
165.2875   operations (shared with IRS   operations)
414.7000   operations (shared with IRS   operations)
418.1750   operations (shared with IRS   operations)
418.2000   operations (shared with IRS   operations)
418.2080   operations (shared with IRS   operations)
418.2250   operations (shared with IRS   operations)
418.2500   operations (shared with IRS   operations)


Customs
162.8250 operations
165.2375 operations
165.4625 Treasury Department common
165.7375   Tactical
165.8500   tactical car-to-car
166.4375   operations
166.4625   Treasury Department common
166.5875   Treasury Department common
171.2500   operations


Low-power federal

(for surveillance and wireless microphones)
 27.5750
 27.5850
163.1000
165.8500
166.7500
166.8750
408.4000
418.0500
418.0750
418.5750


Federal Bureau of Investigation
162.6375   unknown   designation
162.7875   unknown   designation
163.4250   unknown   designation
163.7250   unknown   designation
163.7750   unknown   designation
163.8000   unknown   designation
163.8375   unknown   designation
163.9125   unknown   designation
163.9250   unknown   designation
163.9375   unknown   designation
164.5500   unknown   designation
167.2375   unknown   designation
167.3125   unknown   designation
167.4500   unknown   designation
167.4875   unknown   designation
167.5625   unknown   designation
167.6000   unknown   designation
167.6125   unknown   designation

also search between 164.0000 and 164.5500;
also search between 167.2375 and 167.8000


Other federal frequency banks
(some are unpublished)

search   between   162.6850   and   162.9800
search   between   163.2000   and   163.9900
search   between   165.2100   and   165.9500
search   between   166.4000   and   166.7500
search   between   167.0500   and   167.8000
search   between   168.8000   and   168.9500
search   between   170.7000   and   170.9250
search   between   171.1500   and   172.0000
search   between   411.0000   and   411.9300
search   between   413.6750   and   413.9750
search   between   414.0000   and   414.5750
search   between   416.0500   and   416.7750
search   between   417.0200   and   417.2750
search   between   418.0500   and   418.9800


Miscellaneous federal agencies
 34.8300   Department of the Interior
163.2250   Commerce Department
163.2750   National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
163.4375   Army Corps of Engineers
164.0500   Federal Aviation Administration
164.2750   Department of Energy
164.3000   Health and Human Services
164.3250   Department of Energy
166.1750   Federal Aviation Administration
166.4625   Treasury Department
167.0500   Federal Communications Commission
167.8250   Department of Energy
167.9750   Department of Energy
171.1875   Treasury Department
172.8000   Federal Communications Commission repeater
407.9250   Treasury Department
411.3000   Department of Agriculture
411.3500   Department of Energy
413.9000   Department of Agriculture
415.2000   General Services Administration
415.3000   Department of Agriculture
417.2000   General Services Administration


United States Postal Service
164.5000   mail handling facilities
164.9875   truck operations
166.3750   truck operations
169.0000   inspectors
169.1125   inspectors
169.6000   inspectors
169.8500   inspectors
173.6125
173.6375
173.6875
417.6500
418.3000   security


United States Coast Guard
143.2800   auxiliary
143.8750   auxiliary
148.3050   auxiliary
148.8250   auxiliary
156.8000   distress
157.0500   cutters and helicopters
157.0750   environment
157.1000   civilian liaison
157.1250   environment
157.1500   civilian liaison
162.1250   tactical
162.3250   tactical
163.1250   tactical
164.3000   law enforcement
165.2625   law enforcement
165.3125   law enforcement
165.3375   intelligence


Federal Aviation Administration
165.6375   operations
172.9250   operations
172.9500   operations
192.9750   operations
172.8500   operations
172.8750   operations
172.9000   operations
172.8250   operations
172.1250   operations
172.1500   operations
172.1750   operations
166.1750   security
165.6625   security
172.9750   security


Federal Emergency Management Agency
138.2250   nationwide primary
139.4500
139.9500
141.7250   nationwide primary
142.4000
143.6250
163.1000   national common
164.8625   national system
165.6625   national system


Fish & Wildlife Service
 34.8100
 34.8300
408.6750 enforcement
410.6250 enforcement
408.7500 enforcement


Military Affiliated Radio System (MARS)
143.4500 USAF
143.9900 USA
148.3750 USN


National Transportation Safety Board
165.7625 aircraft crash investigation
166.1750 aircraft crash investigation


National Weather Service
162.5500
162.4000
162.4750
162.4250
162.4500
162.5000
162.5250


Nuclear Regulatory Commission
165.6625
167.2750
167.8750
169.1000
411.0250
411.0750
411.1500
416.2500
416.3000
416.4000
417.9750


Space Shuttle operations
A Space Shuttle mission requires the coordination of thousands of individuals.
This coordination is directed largely by radio communications, both voice and
digital; and supplies the communications enthusiast with several opportunities
for listening. The following list includes radio voice communication
frequencies reported to be in use during a typical Space Shuttle mission. This
list has been gleaned from many sources, including personal communications,
messages on Prodigy, Amateur Radio Bulletin Boards, Space and Astronomy Bulletin
Boards, and the NASA Spacelink BBS. All of it is subject to change without
notice, and reception is dependent on your location and the propagation
conditions.
Cape Canaveral operations

  2.6220   booster rocket recovery
  3.3850   tracking
  3.3950   tracking
  5.1900   tracking vessels
  5.8100   booster recovery vessels
  6.7080   NASA aircraft
  6.8960   NASA aircraft
  6.9830   tracking
  7.4610   NASA aircraft
  7.6750   NASA Cape Canaveral operations
  7.7650   NASA aircraft
 10.7800   USAF Cape Canaveral operations
 11.4070   booster rocket recovery
 14.4560   tracking
 20.1858   Rebroadcast Malabar
 20.3900   USAF Cape Canaveral operations
 41.4500   unknown
 43.8800   Wildlife Control
 46.6500   unknown
 49.6200   unknown
 49.7000   unknown
 49.8000   unknown
117.8000   shuttle control
117.8000   Kennedy Space Center operations
118.8000   Cape Canaveral Air Force Station
121.5000   Manned Flight
121.7500   ground control
121.9000   Kennedy Space Center operations
123.1000   Manned Flight
126.2000   Tower
126.3000   ground control
126.4000   Kennedy Space Center operations
126.6500   weather
128.5500   Tower
135.5750   ATS-3
135.6000   ATS-1
138.1500   unknown
139.0500   unknown
139.2500   unknown
139.3000   unknown
139.4250   unknown
139.9000   unknown
140.1700   unknown
140.2000   unknown
140.4000   unknown
141.0000   unknown
141.3000   NASA Air Support
142.5000   cranes
142.8600   cranes
142.8600   unknown
143.0350   unknown
143.0400   cranes
143.2800   unknown
143.4300   unknown
148.2500   unknown
148.4000   Kennedy Space Center operations
148.4550   Cranes
148.4550   Crawlers
148.4550   Recovery Vessels
148.4850   launch countdown/status
148.5000   Kennedy Space Center Ship operations
148.5150   unknown
148.5600   unknown
149.1000   Kennedy Space Center Ship operations
149.1500   unknown
149.1750   shuttle crawler
149.1750   cranes
149.2500   unknown
149.9000   unknown
150.1500   unknown
150.1950   unknown
150.2500   unknown
155.7150   Civil Defense
156.0000   Manned Flight
156.1850   unknown
156.8000   Manned Flight
157.1000   Manned Flight
158.9400   Civil Defense
162.0000   Kennedy Space Center Ship operations
162.0125   Recovery Vessels
162.6000   Kennedy Space Center operations
162.6125   Launch operations
163.4625   security
163.4875   security
163.5125   security
163.5375   Hurricane operations
163.5625   fire primary
163.5625   unknown
163.5875   unknown
164.0000   radiation checks
164.5000   unknown
164.8000   Kennedy Space Center aircraft operations
165.0125   unknown
165.0375   unknown
165.1125   unknown
165.1875   check points
165.1875   Safety
165.4125   Orbiter operations
165.6125   unknown
167.8500   Nuclear Materials
167.9750   Civil Defense
170.1000   Kennedy Space Center operations
170.1500   base operations
170.1750   transportation
170.3500   public relations
170.4000   General Services Administration
171.0000   Parking Control
171.1500   maintenance/fuel
171.2625   camera tracking
171.2625   Media Coordination
173.1750   Security
173.4375   Medical Services
173.5375   unknown
173.5625   fire/rescue
173.6625   safety units
173.6875   Van Escorts
173.7820   Fire/Rescue
173.7875   fire secondary
243.0000   Manned Flight
252.8000   Rescue
259.7000   Space Shuttle operations
264.8000   Space Shuttle Chase
282.2000   Search & Rescue
282.5000   Manned Flight
284.0000   Tower
294.6000   Variety 1
296.8000   Shuttle
381.2000   Cape Canaveral Air Force Station
393.0000   Skid Tower
407.3250   operations Pool
407.4750   Cranes
408.1500   operations Pool
408.1750   Cranes
408.8000   Shuttle Ground operations
409.0500   Cranes
409.1750   operations Pool
462.9250   Cape Canaveral Hospital


Space shuttle communications
 1.8318    primary (USAF uplink, phase modulation)
 1.7751    secondary
 2.1064    primary (NASA uplink, phase modulation)
 2.0419    secondary
 2.2050    NASA downlink
 2.2500    NASA downlink
 2.2875    primary (NASA downlink, voice, phase modulation)
 2.2175    secondary


Extra Vehicular Activity (EVA)
121.7500   Air/Air Low Power FM Narrow Mode
130.1670   Mir Voice Downlink Low Power FM Narrow Mode
143.6250   Mir voice
144.4500   FM voice Uplink
144.4700   FM voice Uplink
145.5500   FM voice Downlink Normal
145.8000   Mir voice
145.8400   Space Shuttle voice
243.0000   Space Shuttle emergency
259.7000   Space Shuttle primary EVA voice
279.0000   Space Shuttle EVA voice
296.8000   Space Shuttle backup voice
416.5000   Space Shuttle data
628.0000   Mir Telemetry
630.0000   Mir Telemetry
Space Shuttle civilian contractors
123.4750   Rockwell
151.9550   Com-Tech Associates
152.4800   IBM
154.5150   TWA


Space shuttle retransmissions
NASA:        20198, 20186 (kHz)

Goddard Space Flight Center
Greenbelt, MD
Wa3Nan:         28650, 21395, 14295, 7185, 3860 (kHz)

Cape Canaveral, FL
NASA Select audio
Meritt Island Launch Area
K4Gcc repeater 146.940 MHz

Jacksonville, FL
Shuttle audio re-transmissions
Wd4Aog repeater 147.12 MHz

Vero Beach/Ft. Pierce, FL
Shuttle audio re-transmissions
145.130 MHz

Atlanta, GA
Shuttle audio re-transmissions
146.655 MHz
147.345 MHz
Shuttle video re-transmissions
427.250 MHz (Channel 58 on cable-ready televisions)

Ashburn, GA
Coastal Plains Amateur Radio Club
Shuttle audio re-transmissions
Wd4Evd repeater 147.285 MHz

Forsyth, GA
Shuttle audio re-transmissions
147.915 MHz

Mebane, NC
Slow scan Tv
W4Mwg   14230 Khz

Washington, DC/Greenbelt, MD
Shuttle audio re-transmissions
Goddard Space Flight Center
Wa3Nan:         28650, 21395, 14295, 7185, 3860, Khz
147.45 MHz
Goddard Space Flight Center Amateur Radio Club (Garc)
Re-transmits Shuttle video Atv in Washington, DC Area

Kindled by a desire to spread the excitement of America's space program and of
the Space Shuttle in particular, members of the Goddard Amateur Radio Club
(Wa3Nan) and the Amateur Satellite Corporation (Amsat) devised a plan to re-
transmit live, air-to-ground audio over amateur frequencies. After overcoming
many hurdles, the Shuttle Retransmission effort began on August 31, 1983, 7
hours prior to the launch of Challenger on mission STS-8 on the local AmSat/Garc
2 meter repeater by virtue of a waiver granted by the FCC for this purpose.
Retransmissions expanded to HF frequencies with the launch of STS-9 on November
28, 1983. AMong many firsts for the Shuttle program during this mission was the
first use of amateur radio from space by Mission Specialist Owen Garriott,
W5LFL.

The success of this effort is shared by NASA, the Goddard Space Flight Center,
AmSat, hundreds of dedicated volunteer control operators, and by the world-wide
support of the Amateur Community.

There are several criteria that best determine when you will be able to receive
Shuttle Retransmissions (not necessarily in order of priority): while the crew
is awake (unless it's an around-the-clock mission), when volunteer operators are
available, when our local weather permits (Greenbelt, MD), and when our
equipment is operational. We usually begin retransmissions about 1 hour before
the predicted launch time. This is purely a voluntary activity by our membership
as a public service to all Radio Amateurs. The Goddard Amateur Radio Club is one
of many employee clubs sanctioned by the Goddard Employee Welfare Association.

If you know that we are on the air and you cannot receive our signal and the
problem is not with your equipment (receiver and antenna), then it is likely
that signal propagation is not good for your geographic location. Good
propagation depends on a number of factors and varies with solar cycle (and
storms), time of day, some atmospheric conditions, whether the given frequencies
"skip zone" is such that the signal even reaches your location, and what
direction and power we are transmitting.


Patrick Air Force Base, Florida
118.4000   approach/departure control
121.7000   ground control
125.1000   approach control
126.2000   control tower
128.8000   dispatcher
138.3000   command post
273.5000   ATIS
335.8000   ground control
340.9000   approach/departure control
344.6000   weather
348.4000   control tower
358.3000   approach control
372.2000   dispatchers


Fort Eustis, Virginia
 38.4000   Felker Army Air Field operations
 40.6500   unknown
121.3500   Felker Army Air Field ground control
126.3000   Felker Army Air Field tower
139.0250   unknown
139.4500   unknown
139.6500   unknown
141.0500   unknown
141.1000   unknown
141.1500   unknown
141.2500   unknown
141.3250   unknown
142.4000   unknown
142.4500   unknown
148.7000   Macdonald paging
148.9250   unknown
149.6500   unknown
149.8000   unknown
150.5750   Base Police
150.7500   unknown
150.7650   unknown
155.4000   Mcdonald Hospital
156.6000   73rd Transportation Co.
156.6750   73rd Transportation Co.
161.6000   unknown
163.7250   Military Police
165.0850   unknown
165.0875   unknown
172.2000   unknown
172.3000   unknown
173.4125   Fire Department
173.4175   unknown
173.4675   unknown
173.5100   unknown
173.5175   unknown
407.4750   Military Police


Fort Monroe, Virginia
122.9000   Army TRADOC operations
138.0500   unknown
139.5500   unknown
139.6500   unknown
143.0000   unknown
143.4000   unknown
150.3900   unknown
163.5375   Civil Engineers
163.5375   Fire Department
165.0625   Military Police
169.0000   Fire Department
173.4875   unknown


Fort Story, Virginia
 40.5500   unknown
 41.5000   Helipad Tower
138.5500   unknown
138.9500   unknown
138.9750   unknown
140.0250   unknown
140.1250   Police Department
140.1250   Base Police
141.0000   unknown
141.0500   unknown
141.2500   unknown
142.2000   unknown
142.4000   unknown
142.4500   unknown
148.2750   unknown
148.3000   unknown
148.3300   unknown
148.3500   unknown
149.0750   unknown
149.8500   unknown
150.1500   unknown
173.4125   Fire Department


Langley Air Force Base, Virginia
 34.1500   unknown
 40.1900   unknown
 40.8700   NASA
 49.8300   NASA
112.3000   Langley Field Beacon
121.7000   Langley Field Ground Control
122.8500   NASA operations
122.9000   Langley Field UNICOM
125.1000   Langley Field Tower
126.7000   Langley Field Ground Control Approach
138.0750   Office of Strategic Intelligence
138.1650   Office of Strategic Intelligence
138.1750   unknown
139.6500   unknown
139.7250   Tac Inspector General portables
140.3750   Tac Inspector General
141.5250   unknown
141.6000   unknown
141.9250   unknown (base supply)
142.1550   unknown
143.4600   unknown
143.4750   Tac Inspector General
143.9500   unknown
148.0500   unknown
148.0650   Tac Commanders Net
148.0950   unknown
148.1250   unknown
148.1750   1st AMu
148.1850   unknown
148.2150   unknown
148.2250   94th AMu Blue Net
148.4500   48th Fis Weapons Net
148.4750   1st Tfw EMS
148.5250   31st AMu Red Net
149.2050   48th Fis Maintenance Net B
149.2250   1st Tfw Generation
149.2650   48th Fis Maintenance Net A
149.3000   27th AMu Gold Net
149.4750   1913 Communications Gr
149.5350   unknown
149.5500   Base Fuels/Pol
149.5650   unknown (security)
149.6750   unknown
150.1650   48th Fis alert ops
150.2250   unknown
150.2250   1st Tfw (munitions)
150.2750   unknown
150.3150   Base Transportation
150.3250   Motor Pool
155.4000   Langley Air Force Base Hospital
163.4625   Airfield Ramp net
163.4785   Security Police
163.4875   Security Police
163.5125   Security Police
163.5875   Security Police
164.9750   Security Police
165.0125   Civil Engineers
165.0175   unknown
165.1125   Base Mobilephones (Eagle Net output=173.4375)
165.1150   Langley Vip Channel (Eagle & Rainbow Nets)
165.1625   Disaster Preparedness
165.6125   Engineers
166.2250   NASA (50watts Na2Xy)
170.1250   NASA (50 watts)
170.3500   NASA pickup & delivery (Na2Xp)
170.4000   NASA security (Na2Xo)
171.0000   NASA (Na2Xq)
171.0000   NASA (Wlps1)
171.1500   Klate-Holt NASA Janitorial service (Na2Xr)
173.4350   unknown
173.4375   1st Tfw Comm Net (input=165.1125)
173.4875   Base Transportation
173.5625   Ambulances
173.5875   Fire Department/Crash Crews
173.6125   NASA Fire Department
173.6350   NASA
173.6625   NASA Duty Officer
173.6875   NASA Inspectors (ex-security frequency)
407.4250   unknown
407.4750   unknown


Norfolk Naval Air Station, Virginia
119.200 radar
120.700 Chanbers Field Clearance Delivery
121.800   Chambers Field Ground Dontrol
124.300   Chambers Field Tower
126.200   Nas Norfolk Heliport Tower (on request)
126.200   Chambers Field Tower (on request)
130.650   Chambers Field MAC Air Terminal
138.900   MAC Terminal
140.345   unknown (aircraft fuel)
140.800   Flight Line
141.000   unknown (crash & rescue)
142.025   Crash Trucks
142.480   unknown (crash-fire & rescue)
148.175   Ground Support
165.200   MAC Security?


Oceana Naval Air Station, Virginia
 32.8600   unknown
116.6000   Soucek Field Beacon Ntu
119.6000   Soucek Field approach control
126.2000   Soucek Field tower
127.6500   Giantkiller arrival & departure
134.1000   Soucek Field ground control approach
135.2250   Giantkiller arrival & departure
135.7250   Giantkiller arrival & departure
135.8750   Giantkiller arrival & departure
138.5500   unknown possible public works
138.8350   unknown
139.5200   unknown Fb
139.8950   unknown Fb
140.1000   Hotel Services Crash Freq F1
140.1500   Base Police F2
140.2250   Base Police Pc says F1
140.2450   Base Police Pc says F2
140.5500   unknown Mo
140.7250   Fire structural response F2
140.8950   unknown Fb
141.0000   Crash crews Fb
142.0750   Ground Support
142.6750   unknown Fb
142.7250   Fire Control ch 2
142.8000   Refueling operations Fb
143.7150   unknown Fb
148.0350   unknown
149.1150   unknown Fb
149.3750   unknown Fb
149.4900   unknown
155.4000   Oceana Clinic


National Park Service
171.6750   Biscayne National Park, Fl
172.6750   Biscayne National Park, Fl
171.7250   Everglades National Park, Fl
172.4500   Everglades National Park, Fl
172.5250   Everglades National Park, Fl
166.3500   Great Smoky Mountains National Park, NC/TN
167.1500   Great Smoky Mountains National Park, NC/TN
408.7250   Great Smoky Mountains National Park, NC/TN
166.3000   Shenandoah National Park, VA
166.6000   Shenandoah National Park, VA
166.9000   Shenandoah National Park, VA
411.8500   Shenandoah National Park, VA
166.3500   Appomattox Court House National Historic Park, VA
166.3500   Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historic Park, DC/MD/WV
166.9500   Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historic Park, DC/MD/WV
417.9750   Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historic Park, DC/MD/WV
168.4250   Colonial National Historic Park, VA
169.1250   Colonial National Historic Park, VA
166.3000   Cumberland Gap National Historic Park, KY/TN/VA
166.7875   Cumberland Gap National Historic Park, KY/TN/VA
168.4250   Harpers Ferry National Historic Park, MD/WV
164.7250   Independence National Historic Park, Pa
166.3500   Antietam National Battlefield, MD
166.9500   Antietam National Battlefield, MD
171.7750   Cowpens National Battlefield, SC
172.4750   Cowpens National Battlefield, SC
166.3500   Monocacy National Battlefield, MD
166.9500   Monocacy National Battlefield, MD
417.9750   Monocacy National Battlefield, MD
163.1250   Petersburg National Battlefield, VA
172.7750   Stones River National Battlefield, TN
166.3000   Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, GA
166.9000   Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, GA
171.7750   Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, GA
172.4750   Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, GA
163.1250   Manassas National Battlefield Park, VA
166.9500   Richmond National Battlefield Park, VA
168.3250   Richmond National Battlefield Park, VA
167.0750   Chickamuga/Chattanooga National Military Park, Ga/TN
168.3250   Chickamuga/Chattanooga National Military Park, Ga/TN
167.1500   Fort Donelson National Military Park, TN
166.3500   Fredericksburg/Spotsylanaia Co. National Military Park, VA
166.9500   Fredericksburg/Spotsylanaia Co. National Military Park, VA
164.7250   Gettysburg National Military Park, Pa
166.2750   Gettysburg National Military Park, Pa
164.4250   Guilford Courthouse National Military Park, NC
171.7750   Kings Mountain National Military Park, SC
172.4750   Kings Mountain National Military Park, SC
164.4250   Shiloh National Military Park, TN
171.6750   Arlington House National Memorial, VA
172.7500   Arlington House National Memorial, VA
408.4250   Arlington House National Memorial, VA
170.0500   Fort Caroline National Memorial, Fl
164.2000   Wright Brothers National Memorial, NC
164.7250   Wright Brothers National Memorial, NC
169.6500   Wright Brothers National Memorial, NC
408.4750   Andersonville National Historic Site, GA
171.7750   Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site, NC
164.2000   Fort Raleigh National Historic Site, NC
164.7250   Fort Raleigh National Historic Site, NC
169.6500   Fort Raleigh National Historic Site, NC
166.3500   Booker T. Washington National Monument, VA
170.0500   Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, Fl
171.6250   Fort Jefferson National Monument, Fl
171.7250   Fort Jefferson National Monument, Fl
170.0500   Fort Matanzas National Monument, Fl
166.3500   Fort McHenry National Monument, MD
166.9500   Fort McHenry National Monument, MD
164.8000   Fort Pulaski National Monument, GA
170.0500   Fort Sumter National Monument, SC
163.1250   George Washington Birthplace National Monument, VA
171.7750   Ocmulgee National Monument, GA
171.6250   Big Cypress National Preserve, Fl
172.4250   Big Cypress National Preserve, Fl
172.7450   Big Cypress National Preserve, Fl
169.4000   Assateague Island National Seashore, MD/VA
170.0500   Assateague Island National Seashore, MD/VA
164.2500   Canaveral National Seashore, Fl
164.7500   Canaveral National Seashore, Fl
162.4000   Cape Hatteras National Seashore, NC
164.7250   Cape Hatteras National Seashore, NC
169.6500   Cape Hatteras National Seashore, NC
169.6500   Cape Lookout National Seashore, NC
171.7250   Cumberland Island National Seashore, GA
172.5250   Cumberland Island National Seashore, GA
411.8250   Cumberland Island National Seashore, GA
171.7250   Gulf Islands National Seashore, Fl/MS
172.5250   Gulf Islands National Seashore, Fl/MS
166.3500   Blue Ridge National Parkway, NC/VA
166.3750   Blue Ridge National Parkway, NC/VA
166.9000   Blue Ridge National Parkway, NC/VA
167.1500   Blue Ridge National Parkway, NC/VA
167.1500   Blue Ridge National Parkway, NC/VA
411.7000   Blue Ridge National Parkway, NC/VA
171.6750   Natchez Trace National Parkway, Al/MS/TN
171.7750   Natchez Trace National Parkway, Al/MS/TN
172.6750   Natchez Trace National Parkway, Al/MS/TN
411.8500   Natchez Trace National Parkway, Al/MS/TN
163.0750   Big South Fork National River, KY/TN
166.7500   Big South Fork National River, KY/TN
168.4250   Prince William Forest National Park, VA
168.4750   Prince William Forest National Park, VA
169.1750   Prince William Forest National Park, VA
171.6750   Rock Creek National Park, DC
172.4750   Rock Creek National Park, DC
417.9750   Wolf Trap Farm National Park, VA
166.3750   Mount Rogers National Recreation Area, VA
167.1750   Mount Rogers National Recreation Area, VA
40.07000   Public transportation all sites
40.21000   Public transportation all sites
408.6750   Portable base all sites
165.9250   Washington DC area (DC/MD/Va)
165.9750   Washington DC area (DC/MD/Va)
166.7250   Washington DC area (DC/MD/Va)
166.8500   Washington DC area (DC/MD/Va)
166.9250   Washington DC area (DC/MD/Va)
166.9750   Washington DC area (DC/MD/Va)
167.0750   Washington DC area (DC/MD/Va)
167.1750   Washington DC area (DC/MD/Va)
172.4750   Washington DC area (DC/MD/Va)
406.4750   Washington DC area (DC/MD/Va)
409.5500   Washington DC area (DC/MD/Va)
409.6500   Washington DC area (DC/MD/Va)
409.7500   Washington DC area (DC/MD/Va)
409.8500   Washington DC area (DC/MD/Va)
411.6250   Washington DC area (DC/MD/Va)
411.7250   Washington DC area (DC/MD/Va)
411.8750   Washington DC area (DC/MD/Va)
411.0250   National Visitors Center, DC
164.6000   White House, DC
164.6250   White House, DC
164.8000   White House, DC


Time Signals
 2.5000    WWV
 5.0000    WWV
 3.3300    CHU
 7.3350    CHU
10.0000    WWV
15.0000    WWV
20.0000    WWV
14.6700    CHU


Tennessee NOAA Weather Radio
146.8200   Memphis - W4BS Skywarn, NWS Memphis
146.8500   Collierville - Skywarn Alternate
146.9400   Nashville Skywarn
146.9700   Medina - West Tennessee Skywarn
147.1800   Memphis - Second Skywarn Alternate
147.2400   Sumner County Skywarn
147.7500   Dickson County Skywarn
162.4000   Cookeville, Waverly
162.4000   WXK61 Cookeville               {Old Hickory, TN}
162.4000   WXK62 Waverly                  {Old Hickory, TN} [1000w]
162.4750   Memphis, Knoxville, Shelbyville
162.4750   WXK46 Knoxville                {Morristown, TN} [1000w; Sharps Ridge]
162.4750   WXK49 Memphis                  {Memphis, TN} [1000w]
162.4750   WXK63 Shelbyville              {Old Hickory, TN} [200w; Beech Grove]
162.5500   Bristol, Chattanooga, Jackson TN, Memphis, Nashville
162.5500   KIG79 Nashville                {Old Hickory, TN} [1000w]
162.5500   WXK47 Bristol                  {Morristown, TN}
162.5500   WXK48 Chattanooga              {Morristown, TN} [1000w]
162.5500   WXK60 Jackson                  {Memphis, TN} [1000w]


Georgia NOAA Weather Radio
145.2100 Atlanta - NWS Peachtree monitored
145.7900 Atlanta - APRS NWS
  3.9750 Atlanta - HF Weather Net
162.4000   WXK56   Athens                  {Peachtree City, GA} [500w; Neese]
162.5500   KEC80   Atlanta                 {Peachtree City, GA} [500w]
162.5500   WXK54   Augusta                 [500w; near Wrens]
162.5250   WXM65   Baxley                  {Jacksonville, FL}
162.4000   WXK52   Chatsworth              {Peachtree City, GA}
162.4000   WXM32   Columbus                {Alabaster, Al} [1000w]
162.4750   WXK71   Macon                   {Peachtree City, GA}
162.5500   WXK53   Pelham                  {Tallahassee, FL}
162.4000   KEC85   Savannah                {Charleston, SC} [1000w]
162.5000   WXM79   Valdosta                {Tallahassee, FL}
162.4750   WXK75   Waycross                {Jacksonville, FL} [500w; Hasty]
162.4250   WXK88   Waynesboro              [375w; Plant Vogtle]


North Carolina NOAA Weather Radio
162.4000   WXl56   Asheville               [Mount Pisgah WLOS TV Tower]
162.4250   WWF60   Badin                   [Raleigh, NC]
162.4750   KIG77   Cape Hatteras           [Moorehead City, NC]
162.4750   WXl50   Fayetteville            [Raleigh, NC]
162.4750   WXl70   Gastonia (Charlotte)    [Spencer's Mountain]
162.4500   WWG33   Margaretsville          [Wakefield, Va]
162.4000   KEC84   New Bern                [?]
162.5500   WXl58   Raleigh/Durham          [Raleigh, NC]
162.4750   WXl59   Rocky Mount (Tarboro)   [Raleigh, NC WCPS Radio Tower]
162.5500   KHB31   Winnabow (Wilmington)   [Wilmington, NC]
162.4000   WXl42   Winston-Salem           [Sauratown Mountain]


South Carolina NOAA Weather Radio
162.5500   KHB29   Awendaw (Charleston)
162.4000   KEC95   Aynor (Myrtle Beach)
162.4750   WXJ23   Beaufort
162.4000   WXJ20   Columbia
162.4750   WXM93   Cross
162.5500   WXK22   Florence
162.5500   WXJ21   Greenville
162.4750   WXJ20   Sumter
            The Grey Pages
    Narratives and Technical Notes
Scanning Tips for 800 MHz
First off, you need to use a scanner with full 800 MHz coverage. Not only the
full 800 MHz region itself, but the scanner must be capable of receiving the
scanning steps peculiar to the 800 MHz region, such as 30 khz steps (scanning
increments) or the 12.5 khz steps as well. Lesser quality receivers will not
allow this. More importantly, the scanner must receive frequencies such as
856.2375 without rounding off to a higher or lower frequency such as 856.240 or
845.235. If your scanner 'rounds off' that way you will hear only a fractional
amount of actual 800 MHz traffic.

As with any monitoring setup you should use the highest quality materials and
equipment you can afford. Always adhere to safe operating practices,
particularly when setting up antennas and power cords and other electrical
equipment.

Radio Shack, AOR, Uniden and other manufacturers offer excellent quality
scanners and these are often offered at a discount, particularly discontinued
and desk models. For quality 800 MHz operations make certain you buy a receiver
with a large quantity of memory channels available. Some inexpensive receivers
can be modified to receive 200 or more channels and newer receivers,
particularly when modified or mated with a personal computer and appropriate
software, can store several THOUSAND channels. These channels can be grouped
into various operating modes and when used correctly and mated with proper
recording equipment, an individual can become, in effect, a low-budget 'National
Security Agency'.

So, when you have selected and set up your equipment, put up a good external
antenna and appropriate coax cable, you are ready to listen to the 800 MHz
traffic (as well as all the other frequencies in the radio spectrum if you have
a high-tech new receiver!). How do you know where to find the 800 MHz
frequencies? True, it is not as easy as it was in the 'old days'. It takes some
real detective work, monitoring, recording, and putting your knowledge to work
to find the active frequencies in your area. More and more police, fire, and
other Public Service entities are moving up to 800 MHz for various reasons. If
you're fortunate you can locate a local scanning club and get a list of
frequencies in use in your area. Try electronics stores, Amateur Radio
organizations, police communications personnel, and others to find the
frequencies to monitor. Or you can acquire a frequency counter and explore
around and find frequencies that way, too. Often information can be found on
computer bulletin boards.

If you still cannot get the information you need, do what I do: sit down and use
your radio and some common sense. Let your scanner 'search' the 800 MHz
frequency ranges. Do this at night when most of the commercial traffic is off
the air if you want police, fire, and other Public Service frequencies. You will
find a number of active 'data channels' in use if there are 800 MHz trunks
active in your area. These 'data channels' give off a distinctive noise. Write
down the EXACT frequency of each channel. Go through the entire 800 MHz band if
you need to. At the end of your search you might have one or two in a small
area or dozens (or more) in a large metro area. This little list of frequencies
and some homework will give you the frequencies you need! Each trunk system has
a number of channels allocated to it. At any given time at least one of those
channels is used as the 'data channel'. Guess what? That frequency changes from
day to day, often once every 24 hours or so. So a channel used as the data
channel today might well be a different channel tomorrow. Now the good part. On
any given trunk there are just so many frequencies (channels) allocated to it.
These are usually just One (1) MHz apart from each other. So if you have
identified a 'data channel' on, say, 815.2225 you can try assigning a memory
channel to that frequency, then another at 816.2225, 817.2225, and so on, as
well as 814.2225 and 813.2225. Some trunks have as few as four channels
(remember one is always being used as the computer 'data channel') and some have
as many as 20 channels. So now you know why you need to have such a large
capacity for memory storage in your scanner (as well as a swift scan rate!).
Make sure you don't invoke the 'delay' feature on your scanner. If you do you'll
often miss routine traffic, since a conversation on one frequency often jumps
through the frequencies as it follows its course.

In this way you can soon find the active channels in your area. Here in New
Orleans, for example, certain portions of the New Orleans Police Department, as
well as sections of the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office, have utilized 800 MHz
communications. Others include the Orleans Levee District Police Department,
the Harbor Police Department, Louisiana State Police, the New Orleans and
Jefferson Parish Fire Departments, Federal law enforcement entities, and others.
For that reason alone (sheer numbers!) if you want Public Service frequencies it
is far easier to monitor them at night when almost all of the other traffic is
done for the day. A sound-activated cassette recorder is essential for recording
while you're sleeping or otherwise engaged. I use a standard VCR as a recorder
(remember, it can record for many hours and offers not only high-fidelity
recording of audio but ease of setting recording times) and have never been
unhappy with its operation.

So remember...get the best quality radio scanner you can afford and be sure it
offers:

  Full 800 MHz coverage.
  Appropriate selection of 800 MHz frequency 'steps'
  LOTS of Memory Channels
  FASTEST scan rate you can find
  Deactivate the DELAY feature!


Alinco DJ-X10 Review
By Rich Wells N2MCA
(http://www.qsl.net/n2mca/REVX10.HTM)

Alinco has finally given us the successor to their ill-received DJ-X1. The new
DJ-X10 boasts an impressive list of features and very wide receive coverage.

This radio will soon be released here in the United States. From what I had seen
about it thus far, I decided to get one to possibly add to my own collection and
at least be able to provide some feedback to those of you who may be interested
in it.
What follows are my personal impressions regarding the features and performance
of this radio. This, in no way, should be viewed as an endorsement to purchase
this radio nor is it intended to discourage anyone from buying it. I have no
personal or business relations with Alinco, Inc. These are simply thoughts
offered to my fellow hobbyists who may be interested in purchasing this
particular radio.

Thank you and enjoy!

Rich Wells
N2MCA
n2mca@qsl.net
Strong Signals Resource Page

What   you get
   *   DJ-X10
   *   dual-band antenna
   *   metal belt clip
   *   hand strap
   *   4.8V 700mAH ni-cad
   *   ni-cad desktop charging stand
   *   4AA battery case
   *   instruction manual

Model tested
     Serial # : T002967


Basic specs
      Channels         1200
      Banks            30
      Coverage         100kHz - 2GHz
      Scan             5 channels/second
      Search           25 frequencies/second
      Steps            20(from 50Hz - 500kHz)
      Modes            AM, FM, WFM, LSB, USB & CW

Sensitivity

0.1 - 0.5MHz     AM : 10uV

0.5 - 5MHz       AM : 1.5uV
                 SSB/CW : 0.5uV
                 AM : 1.0uV

5 - 30MHz        SSB/CW : 0.25uV
                 NFM : 0.35uV
                 AM : 1.0uV

30 - 1000MHz     SSB/CW : 0.5uV
                 NFM : 0.5uV
                 WFM : 1.5uV

1000 - 1300MHz SSB/CW : 1.5uV
               NFM : 1.5uV

1300 - 2000MHz SSB/CW : 10uV
              NFM : 10uV

     Conversion       Triple
     IFs              1=736.25/275.45MHz 2=45.05MHz 3=10.7MHz/455kHz
     Priority         1 channel
     Search skip      1000 frequencies
     S-meter          Yes
     Delay            No
     Lockout          Yes
     Attenuator       Yes
     Lock             Keypad
     Tone codes       None
     Rotary control   Yes
     Channel count    No
     Data skip        No
     Weather          No
     Weather Alert    No
     Light            Display + Keypad
     Power            4.8V ni-cad, 4AA or 8-15V DC
     Audio            100mW
     Memory           non-volatile


Instruction Manual

The supplied manual is quite well done. The Table of Contents has great detail
allowing you to look up nearly any feature for instant access.

Diagrams are used throughout with arrows pointing to keypresses mentioned in the
text. There are also many representations of the screen contents as features are
being explained.

The contents, for the most part, are well laid out starting from the simple and
leading up to the more complex operations. The specifications page lists the
basics only. There is a nice section on options so you have some idea of what is
out there for you to pick for accessorizing your new radio.

The translation from Japanese was done well. For the most part, passages and
grammar are easy to comprehend and read very well. There are a few sticklers but
they're not in important operational parts.

This radio is well constructed as you can imagine from a company that builds
amateur radio gear. The DJ-X10 is almost identical in appearance and size to the
DJ-G5TH which is a 2m/440 handheld transceiver.

The entire radio is cast almost entirely in black plastic with a dull-gloss
finish. The rear panel of the main unit is metal which is probably due to the
fact that this radio was "cloned" from the DJ-G5TH which uses the metal for
cooling the transmitter inside.

It looks very professional and is a good size. It's about the same thickness as
the iCOM R10 but approximately 1/4" wider and nearly 1" taller. Holding it in
your hand you get a nice feel with good weight letting you know this radio
should stand the test of time even with some abuse.

The front panel houses the speaker near the top, the display in the middle and
the keypad near the bottom. There are also four keys located around the bottom
and left edges of the speaker grill. All these keys are a medium gray in color
except for POWER which is a bright orange. Key lettering is white with the
second function lettering appearing above each key in orange.

All keys have a nice feel with positive feedback adding to its overall quality.
There is also a receive LED indicator in the top-most right corner. Up near the
POWER button is a very small, recessed button which is used to perform a reset.
This reset restores all settings to their factory defaults but keeps memory
contents intact.

The left panel houses the volume and squelch controls which are gray in color as
well as four auxiliary buttons which are round and molded in black. The volume
and squelch controls are actually rubber rocker switches instead of the normal
rotary controls found on the top panel. The four auxiliary buttons are for
Function, Monitor, Channel Scope and Lamp.

The right panel simply contains a cap which covers the DC power jack which can
accept 8 to 15 volts.

The top panel houses the BNC antenna jack, rotary control, speaker jack and
connection to the computer/radio port used for computer control and radio
cloning. Included with my radio was a flyer to Alinco's Hyper Programmer
software program for Windows 3.1/95. No word on if this software will be
released outside of Japan and if it is, then when.

The back panel holds the belt clip mounting holes, the identification sticker
and the release button for the battery pack. The battery pack slides on and
snaps into place and not only forms part of the back of the radio but also the
full bottom and about an inch of the front as well.

Antenna

The antenna supplied with the X10 appears to be a typical ham transceiver dual
band antenna meant to operate on 2 meters(144-148MHz) and 70 centimeters (440-
450MHz).

Compared to the antennas I tested in my handheld review, this antenna proved to
be poor on VHF-lo, average on 800MHz and good on VHF-hi. Overall it scored lower
than both the Yaesu YHA-28 and iCOM FA-1443B dual-band antennas.

In short, don't expect it to turn in stunning results. Your best bet is to pick
an antenna which is rated highly for the bands you monitor the most. For more
exact details on handheld antennas, check out my review on my Antenna page.
Features

This radio is loaded with features any way you look at it. First, we have to get
some form of power. The X10 is supplied with a case which looks just like the
supplied ni-cad but it can be opened and 4 AA cells can be put inside it. Either
case simply slides on from the bottom and is held into place by two fingers
which enter the main body and click into place. The ni-cad packs slides on very
easily but the battery case takes considerable more effort.

If you are using the ni-cad pack, the entire radio can be dropped into the
supplied desktop charger. If you have multiple packs, a ni-cad can be put into
charge by itself.
The X10 comes with the 4.8V 700mAh ni-cad pack. The manual also lists a 650mAh
and 1200mAh battery at the same voltages. Since the part numbers on these are
identical to those for the DJ-G5TH(as are all the other accessories), they can
be purchased from any dealer which carries the Alinco line. One dealer lists the
700mAh pack for $35 while the 650mAh packs runs $64 and the 1200mAh $84.

Luckily a third party OEM company called Periphex offers replacement ni-cads for
the Alinco line and their batteries, designed for Alinco's HT radios, should fit
no problem and are much cheaper. Periphex offers 4.8V ni-cads in 1200($35) and
1600mAH($49) sizes. I have not seen these packs but think the radio will be much
taller with them attached.

There are   also soft cases available to protect your new investment from the
elements.   Depending on which pack you use, you have your choice of three cases
which all   run around $11. It is doubtful that the cases will fit should you
choose to   equip your radio with one of the Periphex batteries.

To extend the life of your monitoring time, there is a battery saver feature
which is designed to reduce power consumption to about one third of normal
operation. It can not be adjusted like many radios but is simply turned on or
off.

We start by turning on the radio using the POWER button. Like the MVT-9000 and
IC-R10, the normal radio knob has been replaced with a button allowing the
volume to remain constant between sessions.

As the radio comes alive, the banner 'ALINCO WIDE Band RECEIVER' appears in the
display. The display is colored green like many older radios unlike the grey we
are use to these days. Lettering is still in black but the contrast is not as
nice due to the green background. The contrast of the LCD can be adjust but it
appears this functionality is only available on the Japanese model. To do so,
the radio is first put in demo mode by holding the MONI keying while powering it
on. The arrow keys are then used to adjust the contrast. Per the manual, this
feature is only available from demo mode and demo mode is only found on the
Japanese models.

My usage has determined that this LCD hampers readability in low light level
environments but makes it very easy to read even in direct sunlight.

The display is a decent size being larger than the R10 but smaller than that
used on the AR8000 or MVT-9000. Viewing angles are limited when compared to most
of today's receivers. It is composed of three lines of alpha-numeric text and
many custom indicators. The top text line is used to display the current receive
mode and S-meter or time of day clock. Normally, the S-meter is a horizontal
bargraph like that used on most radios. If you opt to show the clock, the S-
meter is then displayed at the very right-hand side as a vertical bargraph.

The X10 also comes with two timers which can be used in conjunction with the
time of day clock to turn the radio on or off at a preset time. Once enabled,
these timers will remain so until they are explicitly turned off. There appears
to be no auto power-off feature like that found on most iCOMS.

The other two text lines are at the bottom and display bank numbers and channels
as well as frequency info and alpha-tag. In other modes, they are used to
display set-up menus, help text and other frequency info.
The upper-left corner of the display is used to show the current volume setting
as a vertical bar graph. It's a nice visual indication and is easily changed via
the volume rocker switch located along the left side of the radio right above
its companion squelch rocker switch. As the squelch is adjusted, the receive
mode is temporarily replaced with the squelch setting in the form of 'SQn' where
'n' ranges from 0 - 9. When using the squelch control, a beep is heard for each
change of the squelch setting. Volume operation is silent.

At first I was quite happy with the squelch operation but then found a few
things I disliked. When I had the battery saver on, a setting of SQ3 resulted in
the squelch being broken momentarily as the radio went in and out of its sleep
cycle. A setting of SQ4 took care of this but with the obvious short- coming of
reducing sensitivity. I've also seen that the best squelch position is dependent
on the receive mode being use.

With the battery saver off, I tried using SQ2 for the most sensitive setting
which didn't break the squelch when no signal was being received. I was able to
receive a signal that indicated one to two bars on the S-meter but when the
signal went away, the squelch remained open! Bummer! Obviously too much
hysteresis in this control and with the limited number of squelch settings this
only hurts its usefulness.

The display, as well as the keypad, can be illuminated with a press of the LAMP
key which lasts for 10 seconds. Green illumination is supplied to the display by
two LEDs along the left edge and one along the right. This light can also be
locked on for extended night-time use but expect your batteries to give out much
sooner.

At the top of the front panel is the receive LED which illuminates green
whenever the radio is receiving a signal. I find this LED to be useful(having
had it on the iCOM IC-R1) and wish more radios did as well.

The speaker is quite small but delivers great sound. It's slightly smaller than
that found on the IC-R10 but about the same size as the MVT-9000's. Frequency
response is great on Wide-FM radio and TV signals and all are crisp due to its
small size. Pretty good power for it's size but remember that this is a
'smallish' receiver. Also, unlike most receivers these days, there is no hiss
from the audio amp when no signal is being received!

The key beep that is sounded for most keypresses can be turned on and off
thankfully since it is kind of loud and does not vary with the setting of the
volume. The keypad and most controls can be locked via the KL key. When engaged,
the keylock does not affect the usage of the Power, Monitor, Volume, Squelch,
Function or Lamp keys/controls.

The X10 does come with a good set of useful help menus designed to help you
remember various keypresses lest you forget and are without your manual. They
are nicely done and they helped me figure out some of the more obscure
keypresses used to access certain functions. To conserve LCD space and memory
for storing this help system, a short-hand convention is used to indicate when a
key is to be held down instead of just pressed, where to refer to in the manual,
the characters used to represent some of the keys, etc.

There are also a set of menus used to configure various options for basic
operations(user level, language, battery saver, scanning, and priority), memory
operations(mode select, bank linking, programmed memory scan and copy/delete
functions), search functions(copying and editing) and Channel Scope(zoom and
mode).

I could detect no power-on resume. There is a low battery feature which is
designed to give an audible (assuming the keybeep is enabled) and visual warning
when the battery level drops to a pre-determined voltage. If you are using the
ni-cad, the indicator means you only have a few minutes before the radio
automatically shuts off. When using alkalines, you have quite a bit longer.

Battery life with the ni-cad is only about 4.5-5 hours when used with the
battery saver on and a moderate amount of received signals. After properly
conditioning the ni-cad, I measured its voltage just after the radio turned
itself off and found it to be 4.975 volts. Kind of strange for a battery that is
specifiedd at 4.8 volts! I then charged it using the supplied charger for 12
hours (which should have been more than enough; 700mAh divided by the 80mA
charging current gives roughly 9 hours of charging time for a VERY drained
battery). After the 12 hours, the ni-cad was very toasty yet the voltage was
only 5.475 volts! That means there is roughly 0.5 volts being used from this ni-
cad.

Most AA ni-cad cells will hold about 1.4 volts fully charged and are rated
around 720mAh. Taking four of these we get roughly 5.6 volts which is in line
with the above 5.5 volts for the fully charged X10 ni-cad. Most radios I have
seen give a low battery warning around 4.8 volts1.2V/cell) and shut off when
this drops to 4.5-4.6 volts(1.15V/cell). Unless the X10 uses a lot of current
when switched off to retain its memory, I would hope Alinco could drop the 4.975
shut-off voltage to around 4.6 volts to extend operating time. With this kind of
battery life, I'm sure most of us will be using the AA pack with our favorite
alkalines.

From the factory, the radio comes configured in Beginner mode. In this mode, the
radio prevents the new user from getting confused by blocking access to the step
size and receive mode selections, attenuator, priority, battery saver and so on.
Once expert mode is entered, full functionality of the X10 is available.

Lastly, we have the radio cloning feature which is becoming more prevalent on
today's models. The two radios are connected via a simple 2.5mm stereo cable
connected to their data ports on the top panel. Each radio is then powered up in
'clone' mode and a menu is presented. One radio is set to write data while the
other is told to read. This effectively copies the contents of one radio to the
other. VFO

The X10, like most modern communications receivers, comes with two VFOs to be
used for tuning around the RF spectrum. They are labelled A & B and each can
hold a different frequency as well their own receive mode, step size and
attenuator setting.

Punch in a desired frequency using the keypad or change the current frequency
using the arrow keys or well-constructed rotary control. There are also keys
allowing the MHz digit to be changed rapidly as well as the 10 MHz digit using
the rotary control for larger frequency changes.

The active VFO is displayed on top and can be switch with a simple press of the
VFO button. For further differentiation, the active VFO letter is capitalized
while the standby VFO appears in lower-case.
A simple keypress can copy the settings from the active VFO to the standby VFO.
There is also a feature which is used to link the two VFOs together so that any
operation performed on one is applied to both. I see this as particularly useful
when operated within a particular band so that one VFO can monitor a repeater
input while the other can monitor the output. Just set the two VFO frequencies
such that they are the standard spacing for the desired band. Then as you change
one VFO using the rotary control, the other VFO will follow it thereby staying
the proper difference at all times to monitor repeater input and output. When
the two VFOs are linked, both the A and B designators appear as capital letters.

From VFO mode, the step size and receive mode can be selected at will. The
appropriate key presses are made and menus are displayed to scroll through and
select your new choice. The current receive mode is displayed at all times in
VFO mode and is temporarily overwritten whenever changes to the squelch are
made. The current step size is not displayed. The attenuator is also selectable
as well.

VFO mode is also where the time of day clock can be viewed. Normally, the LCD
space to the right of the receive mode is used to display the S-meter which
consists of a 7-segment ramping bar graph from left to right. This can be
changed so that this is replaced by the clock and the S-meter now becomes a
vertical bar graph on the far right hand side of the display.

Frequency data can be easily copied into the active VFO from a displayed memory
channel or while stopped during a search. Memory

The X10 has 1200 channels. In their bid to outdo their competitors, I guess they
thought this would get everyone's attention and I think it has since most people
think it outrageous to have this many channels.

Alinco did do a nice job since they segmented it into 30 banks meaning you have
40 channels per bank to manage your frequencies. There are actually three bank
designators, A, B & C. Each of these has 10 banks within it labeled 0 - 9. Each
bank has 40 channels labeled 0 - 39. So to uniquely identify a channel, we have
Xn-nn(where X=A, B or C bank letter, n=bank number and nn=0 - 39 channel
number). So our banks are labeled A0-A9, B0-B9 and C0-C9 with each of these
having 40 channels numbered 00 - 39.

When viewing memory, the bank letter and number appear on the left hand side of
the display with the channel number directly below it. Alongside that is the
frequency for that channel across from the bank letter and number. The optional
8-character alpha-tag for that channel appears directly beneath the frequency.

Memory mode is entered by simply pressing the MR key. Once here, the contents of
memory can be displayed using the arrow keys or the rotary control. Empty
channels are skipped and when the end of a bank is reached, it rolls over to the
first channel in that bank. To quickly switch from A to B to C, the '.' button
is pressed. To switch between banks 0-9, the corresponding number key is
pressed.

Programming of the memory is begun by selecting a frequency, receive mode and
step size from the VFO. From here, a memory write operation is started using the
MW key. The bank and channel are then selected and the alpha-tag is programmed
if desired. Be warned! If no alpha-tag is given, you can not go back and
add/edit it later like most receivers! The easiest way around this snafu is to
copy the memory channel contents to the VFO then write the VFO contents back
into this memory channel which prompts you to enter an alpha-tag.
Each memory channel can be programmed with an attenuator setting and skip flag
which is equivalent to lockout on most models. Any channel can be instantly
copied to a VFO with a simple keypress.

Similar to the VFOs is a feature called Memory Tune. Pressing ENT when a memory
channel is displayed(or a frequency is displayed during a search) that frequency
is placed in a pseudo-VFO that can be changed using the rotary control or arrow
keys. It's basically a single VFO feature and can be quite useful at times.
Scanning

First off, let's get something straightened away before we go any further.
Alinco, like many Japanese manufacturers, refer to all receiving operations as
'scanning'. Whether you're doing a test of memory channels (which is usually
termed 'scanning') or ramping a frequency through a desired range (which is
usually termed 'searching'), the manual calls them all 'scanning'. To keep some
level of sanity, I will refer to memory operations as scanning and they will be
presented here. I'll refer to frequency based operations as searching and cover
them in the next section.

Once the memory has been programmed, the contents can be scanned. The radio
comes with none of the banks linked together which is how more than one bank is
scanned. Pressing the SCN key results in the contents of the presently displayed
bank being scanned for activity.

To scan more than one bank, they desired banks must be linked. To do so a simple
menu is displayed for the A, B and C banks allowing you to see which banks are
and are not in this link map. You select the banks to be scanned and then exit
from this menu and begin the scan.

The worst part about this linking feature is what you have to go through to get
to it to select/deselect the banks. The MR key is held down until you get two
beeps which displays the memory set-up menu. The arrow key is used to scroll to
the bank link option. ENT is pressed to select this option. The link map is
displayed. Use '.' to select A, B or C bank and then press the corresponding
digit key to select or deselect the desired bank. Press ENT when done. Press the
arrow key to select END and press ENT again. You can now press SCN to start the
scan of all the linked banks.

Using the memory set-up menu, it is also possible to delete or copy user-
specified banks or channels.

While scanning, the radio pauses when an active signal is detected. What is done
next depends on the current scan mode. In 'busy' mode, the radio stays on the
signal as long as it is busy and resumes the scan when it goes away. In 'timer'
mode, an active signal will be listened to for 10 seconds at most before the
scan operation is resumed. In 'stop' mode, the scan operation is stopped so that
the radio remains on the first actively detected channel.

During a scan operation, an arrow is displayed next to the bank number to
indicate the direction the channels are being scanned. For some odd reason a
left-pointing arrow is used to a search in increasing channel number and a
right-pointing arrow is used for the decreasing direction. Seems kind of
backwards, and therefore annoying to me.

Other useful scanning features include mode select and signal level. In mode
select, you specify a receive mode then start normal scanning. Only those
channels which have a matching receive mode are tested for activity. Similarly,
a minimum signal level can be set such that only those signals which are at or
exceed the specified level will be received.

Another useful scanning feature is called P.MR. Similar to the select-scan
feature found on the AR8000 and MVT-7100/7200/9000s, this allows for a list of
selected channels to be scanned independently of their associated banks. The
P.MR list is displayed which is initially empty. Channels are selected and then
added to this list. Any combination of the 1200 channels can be added to this
100 channel list. It can be anything from one to 100 channels. This list is then
scanned by initiating a P.MR scan.

Regardless of the scan started, the typical rate appears to be a whopping 5
channels/second! I programmed a scenario of ascending frequencies from 42 to
453MHz which were all FM mode. When scanned, I determined this empirical
scanning rate which is as pathetic as the R10! Talking to some dealers I have
determined that this does indeed appear to be the approximate rate at which this
radio scans. Some improvements may be seen if frequencies are programmed which
are quite close together and in ascending order. Searching

Searches come in three flavors : VFO, VFO limit and PMS. A VFO search is started
by pressing SCAN when viewing a VFO. The active VFO frequency will be stepped by
the current step size with the current receive mode.

A VFO limit search is simply contained between the two VFO freqeuncies unlike
the VFO search which continues until the end of the receive range. Both of these
search features are quite useful.

A PMS search consists of searching one or more of the 20 search banks(P0- P9 and
p0-p9). Each bank consists of a start and end frequency as well as an optional
alpha-tag. There is no explicit step size nor receive mode; these are taken from
the active VFO at the time the search bank is being programmed. This is not
mentioned in the manual but must be heeded. I feel this to be on of the bigger
shortcomings of this radio which should be fixed.

Like scanning, any combination of the banks can be linked together. There are
also operations which allow search bands to be copied and deleted.

In any mode, the rotary control or arrow keys are used to change the current
search direction. If the radio stops on an undesired signal, you can place it in
search pass memory by simply pressing CLR(which has SKIP above it). The search
pass memory can be viewed to show the frequencies it contains as well as remove
any frequencies from it that you desire. Unlike the MVT-7100/7200/ 9000, the
list is not sorted by frequency but luckily each search bank only has 50 pass
frequencies.

Since all operations are termed 'scanning', any options set for scanning which
were mentioned above, also apply to 'searching'. This includes the mode select,
signal level and busy/timer/stop resume modes.

The auto-memory write feature is used to store the contents of search discovered
active frequencies during a PMS search. Once a PMS search is started, a keypress
activates auto-memory write(or you can activate auto-memory write and then start
your search). Any frequencies found are automatically stored in bank C9 which
limits the usefullness of this feature to 40 frequencies!
Unlike scanning searching does rip along at a respectable 25 steps/second.
Channel Scope

Channel Scope is akin to the band scope feature found on most other high- end
exotic radios. It is designed to show the activity on adjacent frequencies to
the one being currently monitored.

The X10 allows either 7 or 40 channels to be monitored. While the channels are
being monitored for activity, the audio of the active frequency is muted which
can be annoying when 40 frequencies have to be scanned for activity.

The search itself can be configured to be done once, continuously or every ten
seconds. It is nicely implemented and allows much activity to be monitored but
it is not quite as useful as that found on the MVT-9000 which does not have the
audio muting drawback.

The rotary control or arrow keys can be used to change the center frequency at
any time. Each time one of these is used, the radio updates the display to give
you the best look at nearby frequency conditions.

Another useful feature is called Step Zoom and is used to adjust the step size
for the purposes of analyzing nearby signals. Normally, the 7/40 frequencies
which are to be checked and displayed are spaced by the currently set step size.
For Channel Scope analysis, this step size can be adjusted to zoom in or out
depending on what kind of signal hunting you are doing. To zoom in on what's
going on, the channel size can be set to 1/2 or 1/4. Similarly, to zoom out for
a bigger picture, the step size can be set to 2 or 4 times its present value.

Lastly, there is a simple keypress which can be used to tune the radio to the
strongest signal above or below the current center frequency. If there is more
than one signal of the same strength, then the one closest to the center
frequency is tuned. Priority

There is only one priority channel which can be selected from among the
available 1200 channels. The mode of operation can also be chosen such that when
the priority channel is active, normal operation will resume when the priority
signal goes away or a 10-second timer expires. A third option keeps the radio on
the priority frequency even after its activity ceases.

Priority sampling can be done in all modes (scanning, searching, VFO, memory,
etc.) and the priority channel is checked about every 5 seconds. The sampling
process is semi-intrusive since it does interrupt an active signal via the
muting effect. VHF/UHF performance

A birdie check revealed some great results. From 25 - 1300MHz, only 29 were
found! Nice job on internal shielding Alinco!

Next was a search from 25 - 1300MHz looking for images and intermod problems
while in a normal/home environment. Overall results were very good. Most
problems were in the FM radio band in the form of strong images.

While still at home, I replaced the stock antenna with the ANT-19 which is a 20"
telescoping whip. The worst problems here were from strong HF signals that left
images all through the 27 - 54MHz region. More images and some intermod from 70-
108MHz due to strong broadcast FM. Once beyond this range, it did very well.
The next test cases took place in a nasty part of town full of all kinds of
powerful transmitters for pagers and cell phones as well as broadcast TV and FM
signals. Using the stock antenna turned up pretty good results. The problems
with FM images broadened a bit to cover 65 - 119MHz Pager intermod was a problem
from the upper VHF aero band through the 2 meter ham band. The only other real
problem spot was images from strong 460MHz public safety frequencies effecting
signals in the upper 440s and low 450s.

The last test was to sweep the same range but using enhanced antennas for the
25-137, 137-850 & 850-1300MHz ranges. Same problems as before but now pager
intermod was detected in VHF-lo as well as further into the VHF aero band. The
170-175 range was also full of pager/TV intermod. Minor problems with TV images
in the 250-300 range. 800MHz trunked data channels were detected in the 916-917
range and the ever-powerful 928-929 pager signals were heard in the 918-919
range.

Overall a pretty good showing for this new Alinco rig!


HF Performance
Similarly, I included the X10 in my HF testing of the AR8000 review as well.
While at home, I compared the above models on frequencies between 5 and 15 MHz
using the same antenna for each frequency tested. In the results table below,
for each frequency, I ranked the radios from 1st place to last. Signals were
verified with a Sangean ATS-909.

Freq   DJ-X10   AR8000   IC-R10   MVT-9000
5      3        1        2        2
6      1        4        2        3
9      3        3        2        1
12     2        3        1        4
14     2        4        3        1
15     2        3        4        1



Using the above rankings, I took an average for each radio(using 5 for a value
of 0) which placed the radios from first to last as follows :MVT-9000(2.0), DJ-
X10(2.2), IC-R10(2.3) and AR8000(3.0).

The X10 is a nice little rig for HF. My biggest complaint is selectivity.
Nowhere near as nice as the AOR or Yupiteru. It has very good sensitivity which
means it might be prone to intermod in strong signal areas so be careful there.
Tuning in SSB signals was a joy. Very well done and quiet. Not as slick as the
MVT-9000 but not that far off either. No audio muting and just a hair of
synthesizer noise detected. I was very pleased overall.

Summary

The new X10 seems to be a nice mix of features and function. It is a great size
for taking along and can use a mix of ni-cad or alkaline battery packs. For
those of you looking for a well constructed radio you would be hard pressed to
find one built better. This Alinco does have a lot of the features we've come to
expect from the exotic imports like lots of channels, alpha-tagging and
bandscope. It covers from DC to daylight and with its built-in clock, can be
used as an alarm clock. On top of it all, there's the ability for computer
control from Alinco's own software for Windows.
But no receiver is perfect. Some have quirks and some are just outright prone to
nasty problems. The X10 is a little quirky but nowhere near as limiting as the
iCOM IC-R10. Although, it does scan just as 'fast' as its tiny competitor. I
really think Alinco needs to work on the squelch problems, selectivity, upper
HF/lower VHF filtering, scan rate and sensitivity in the 800MHz range and
beyond. These will stick out as the sore points that make people decide against
the X10 when shopping for a new receiver.

Recommendations

Since the X10 has only recently been released in Europe and not yet for us here
in the US, it's hard to tell what pricing will be. I do think it will be quite a
bit lower than the rest of its competition though. My guess is in the low $400.

People looking for a small radio will have to decide between the $500 iCOM IC-
R10, the older $400 Welz WS-1000 and it's newer sibling, the WS-2000which has
yet to be released in the US as well. Due to size restrictions, I don't think
the X10 can be measured against the Welz. If size is your primary constraint,
the Welz should probably get your business. Otherwise, the X10 wins in regards
to sheer features and usefulness. I also think it gets the nod over the R10 if
it is indeed cheaper and you can live with the problems I've mentioned above.

For those thinking about the new AOR AR8000B or the Yupiteru MVT-9000, I don't
think the X10 quite measures up. Similar to how the Welz can't holdup against
the X10. The AR8000B and MVT-9000 are similar in features but have better
sensitivity and selectivity. They also scan and search faster. But they are also
much bigger and more costly. It doesn't make the choosing any easier does it?

Considering what I heard about the X10's predecessor, the X1, I feel that Alinco
has done a darn good job. They do have their work cut out for them though. This
radio does have a few rough spots that do need to be worked over. But overall, I
consider it a nice gem that makes a great addition to my collection.

Update - May 3, 1998

For the June issue of Scanning USA, I reviewed a US version of this radio
supplied by Alinco.

The things which didn't change are the slow scan rate, channel alpha-tag
editing, "dumb" auto-write, high power drain, poor selectivity, and HF images on
VHF-lo.

The squelch interactions with the battery saver appear to have been solved as
well as squelch level differences on the current receive modes. However, the
radio now gives a squelch tail for each and every key that is pressed!

After reviewing my review, Alinco admitted that it was fair and that they are
still working on improvements to this third pass version. They also hope to
release a fourth version in the US in the near future.

We at Scanning USA will keep a lookout for this fourth pass and try to get a
hold of one to test and pass on the results to our readers!


Radio Monitoring Antenna Opinions
By Rich Wells N2MCA

This page is devoted to the opinions of radio monitoring hobbyists around the
world who have graciously taken the time to write up their thoughts and send
them to me to be listed here for your use.

Thanks for everyone's contributions and strong signals!

Rich Wells
N2MCA


Contents :
   Product   :   Scantenna vs. Radio Shack Discone
   Product   :   C. Crane AMplified Antenna
   Product   :   Good mobile antenna
   Product   :   Antenna Specialist Monr-51 mobile antenna



Name         :   Bob Armstrong
e-mail       :   Unlisted
Experience   :   Intermediate
Product      :   Scantenna vs. Radio Shack Discone
Date         :   April 30, 1997

Scantenna by Antennacraft vs. Radio Shack Discone

I tested both the antennas on my BC 9000 with the respective antennas about 30
feet up. The following observations were made concerning these two antennas.

Radio Shack Discone- This antenna compared to the Scantenna performed much worse
on all the popular scanner bands. The Discone performed very poor compared to
the Scantenna because it lacks a vertical element that many other popular
discones have as a part of their design. As a result of the design, VHF LOW was
very poor. VHF High was just a little better than low band. UHF (400s) reception
was still much less than the other antennas I have tested. (800 MHZ was not
tested because of a lack of public services in the region.) In short this
antenna fell short in all the performed tests against the Scantenna. As far as
gain is concerned, I looked up the specs on the net and found that gain is rated
as 0 to -1.5. The hints portion on this product also stated that this antenna is
more for transmitting than receiving. I have to agree.

Scantenna by Antennacraft - This antenna is one of the best omnidirectional
antennas I have tried. It is a decent receiver in the VHF LOW band. Where the
antenna really performs is in the VHF HIGH and UHF (400s) Band. The reception at
my BC 9000- I could receive strong VHF Signals crystal clear at 60 miles away
and audible signals came in at about 100 miles away. UHF I could pull in strong
stations in at 60 miles or more. The antennas were used in conjunction with a 20
db preamp, but this still can show the differences in the two antennas. I have a
ranking table that shows relative performance on a scale of 1 to 10.

         Radio Shack Discone-VHF LOW-5      VHF HIGH-6   UHF-6
         Scantenna          -VHF LOW-8      VHF HIGH-9   UHF-8 1/2
The discone is sold at Radio Shack stores for just under $60 The Scantenna is
sold at places like Grove or Scannerworld for about $40.

My personal opinion is that the Scantenna wins hands down in terms of
performance. The price happens to be a nice bonus. If a person lives in a windy
environment with strong winds, it can take a toll on the Scantenna after a year
or so. I would leave the Discone to use for those who prefer to put an antenna
in the attic or for those who are using this antenna for both scanning and HAM
use. I am in no way affiliated with Radio Shack/Tandy, Grove, Scantenna, or
Scannerworld. This is just an opinion of a fellow monitor. HAPPY MONITORING.



Name         :   Don Coco
e-mail       :   djc@crl.com
Experience   :   Intermediate?
Product      :   C. Crane AMplified Antenna
Date         :   June 26, 1997

You may remember that    several weeks ago I picked up a mobile antenna from Bob
Grove. Well it worked    but for indoor use I needed more and I decided to shop the
web and see what else    was being offered. I mean when you're indoors and can't
get an antenna to the    outside and all you have is a room, you string wire for
the shortwave antenna    and work on the scanner antenna.

Well, I decided to buy one of these powered antennas from   C. Crane. This is
basically a pair of rabbit ears connected to a little box   with an on/off switch.
The antenna can either be powered via 2 AA batteries or a   3AC power supply. The
antenna has a little swivel stand so one can angle it and   it seems to work
rather well.

Now the mobile antenna I bought I felt did great on the VHF bands but did not
perform all that well on the UHF bands. This power antenna seems to perform real
well on all the bands. The improvement for me was to the MilAir band where I now
can hear some of the towers where as before I only could hear the planes.

The best performance of this antenna however is in the 800 and 900 bands. Boy,
this antenna really licks up the signals on these bands. Here in Sacramento we
have 25 chanels of trunked county activity. With the whip that came with the set
(a BC9000) the signals of the trunked repeaters were terrible; basically fading
up and down. This new antenna corrects that problem and even the distant
repeater comes in with little fluttering. I heard data stations that I had not
heard before.

On the whole I'm quite pleased with this powered antenna because in my bedroom
where the BC9000 is located I have a lot of dead spotting. This antenna gives me
some flexibility as I can move the ears around a bit so can shoot for that
distant signal.

The antenna has a fairly short piece of coax with an 8th inch pin on one end fed
to a BNC adapter. I'd certainly prefer to have an outside antenna but in my
apartment complex this is not a reality so I've tried to do the best I can and I
think that probably for indoor use this powered antenna is the best because of
its flexibility.

As I said, I was extremely surprised and happy at the 800 performance so if
you're thinking about antennas and can't get to the outside consider this one. I
also tried this antenna on my portable BC3000 but I wasn't overly impressed with
it's performance on this set and it tended to bring in the birdies but I've
always found that location of the radio and any antenna is going to be a factor.

I live on the first floor of a 2 story wooden building and if I were on the
second floor there would be much improvement still to the reception. If you find
the signal isn't coming in all that well always try moving the antenna and or
the radio. If I owned this building I'd have an antenna farm here and my wife is
pretty cool about the radio stuff even though her thing is the TV set and I
don't mean DX.



Name         :   Gerald S Santomassimo
e-mail       :   kb0vof@juno.com
Experience   :   Advanced
Product      :   Good mobile antenna
Date         :   November 27, 1997

A while back, I believe, someone posted a note regarding mag-mount antennas. One
of the ones mentioned was a little number with a magnet that's about the size
(and shape) of a Hershey's Kiss candy. I picked one up a few days ago and,
after testing it, want to recommend it for scanning and/or trunking.

Valor Mfg. makes these in several bands. There's a VHF ham (144-148) a UHF ham
(440-450) a dual band ham (above plus 440-450) and the one I've got. This one
(the "MicroMag Tri-band and Scanner Antenna") can be used to transmit in the
above 2 bands plus transmit from 824-896; the receive range is 100-1200 MHz
This unit is 13.5" tall, has one of those "rare earth" magnets (if anyone can
explain that term, please do!!) that's only about 1" across the bottom, and 9'
of RG-174 coax with a BNC connector molded on. The whip has 2 coils and is made
of very thin flexible wire; all parts except the BNC are black.

Valor's model number is MM3B, and it cost $29.95.

Performance: Good to excellent across the range listed. It worked just as well
as my 5 dB gain ham antenna in VHF, picking up the same distant stations as the
bigger unit, in the air band and above. UHF was excellent, getting stations
more than 30 miles away. 800 was also excellent. I received a trunked system
that I could not hear with any hand held antenna from my home, over a couple of
hills and 40 miles away. The magnet worked well too, which surprised me due to
the size. No sliding or tipping over at highway speeds up to 75.

Another advantage I found is that you can easily pack it for travel. It's small
to begin with, but you can bend it easily to fit any space, or simply unscrew
the whip.

Usual disclaimer about the company, etc. and of course your mileage may vary,
but I think I've answered my own wish for an all-purpose antenna.



Name         :   Bob Armstrong
e-mail       :   Unlisted
Experience   :   Intermediate
Product      :   Antenna Specialist Monr-51 mobile antenna
Date         :   April 3, 1998
Price     : $40-$50 as seen in C Crane or other dealers

This antenna is an update to the monr 33 antenna. This is a magnet mount type
antenna with a silver colored mount and the antenna is about 43" long with a
hefty black coil about a foot from the base of the antenna.

The mount comes with 12'of coax and a motorola pin. The whip seems to be sturdy
and has never blown off the vehicle.(speeds up to 70 mph) I found this antenna
to perform better than any antenna I have used. It is a hefty unit, but delivers
good performance.

I have used the Radio Shack mag mount and like this MONR 51 antenna better for
performance especially in the 460mhz range. I have not used the Antenna in the
800 MHZ Range because there is a lack of active frequencies in my area. The
antenna is rated to perform from 25-1000 MHZ. The instructions indicate that for
low band, it is set at 37 MHZ: right in the middle between 25-50 MHz This works
really well in the low range, but if you have no interest in receiving that low
you may cut it for a frequency up to 50 MHZ, and a cutting chart is provided.
For example I cut mine to 43 MHZ. It just peaks low band performance and HAS NO
AFFECT ON PERFORMANCE IN OTHER RANGES as listed in the instructions.

Overall I think the antenna is a great monitor antenna and have had no trouble
it. I have developed a pro and con list below

  Pro
     - good antenna performance from 25-470 MHZ 470-1000 wasn't tested
     - antenna is sturdy unit-able to withstand elements and interstate
       speeds.
     - has cutting option to enhance low band performance.

  Con
     - antenna is big - good performance but not for stealth monitoring
     - has Motorola plug++
     - price is higher than some but worth it in my opinion

++ I would encourage anyone who purchases this antenna to replace the Motorola
plug with an angle BNC plug with the strain relief. It is a simple process to
replace this outdated plug-unless your scanner has this type on it. I bought the
strain relief BNC plug from Radio Shack and have had no problems from it.

I would like to mention that these are only my thoughts and that I have no
marketing relations with Antenna Specialists/Allen Telecom, C Crane, or Radio
Shack/Tandy. Happy monitoring!




Guide to Scanner Antennas
by Mike Diaz



There have been many questions regarding how to select an antenna for scanning.
This is a Readers Digest version of antennas, meant to give new users some idea
of the different antennas and their good and bad points. At the end, I give some
specific recommendations on how to build a general purpose VHF/UHF antenna
system. This is not an all inclusive book on antennas, but rather a guide for
novices in their quest to learn more about their scanning hobby. What's the best
antenna? There would seem to be as many different answers, as there are people
asking the question. Everybody has a favorite band that they listen to, and
different antennas work better on different frequencies. But the fact is, the
general principles remain the same for everybody. The object of an antenna
SYSTEM, is to deliver as much signal as possible to the antenna jack on the back
of the radio at the frequency you're listening to. Notice I wrote system; the
antenna is a system comprised of several parts: the antenna, the lead-in cable,
and the mast or tower to hold it up.

Antennas

There are MANY different and very good antennas on the market. There are also
some bad ones out there. Antennas are where the most compromises must be made.
If you have unlimited room , and very deep pockets, you can put up an antenna
farm with a different antenna and radio for each band that you listen to, and
not have to compromise. But if youre like the rest of us, you WILL compromise.
If you only listen to one band, then your best bet is an antenna designed
specifically for that band. Something like a 1/4 wave ground plane, or a 1/2
wave dipole antenna is a good choice for omni-directional listening at a low
cost. It will have the added benefit of being less efficient out of band, which
if you live in a dense signal environment, may attenuate those out-of-band
intermod producing signals somewhat.

1/4 Wave Ground Plane Antenna

This is a single band vertically polarized antenna that offers about 3dB of gain
in a relatively narrow frequency range. Its major benefits are its low cost and
small size. The ground plane isolates your antenna from having to be coupled to
earth ground at a specific multiple of the wavelength, by simulating ground with
the radially mounted elements around the bottom. A car mounted antenna is
typically a 1/4 wave that uses the body of the car for its ground plane. There
are some versions that have several vertical elements (like the R.S. Allband
with 3) but each vertical element will only be resonant in one band. While it
will receive signals in all bands , it will only be efficient in the 3 bands
that the vertical elements are cut to resonate at. Radio Shacks all-band (they
used to call it a tri-band) is a good antenna if you have a limited number of
bands you listen to. Its reasonably priced and gives good performance on 3
popular frequency bands and is usable on the other bands as well, and best of
all it is inexpensive.

Discone Antenna

This is a relative of the 1/4 wave ground plane antenna optimized for wide
frequency bandwidth. It offers 0dB of gain, on frequencies from about 120-
1300MHz, and with a vertical element on top, it is usable down to about 30MHz
Gain is achieved by compressing the radiation pattern into a donut shape with
little of the signal radiating upwards or downwards, concentrating the pattern
perpendicular to the vertical axis of the antenna. It's called a discone because
it is comprised of two parts, the disc, a group of elements parallel to the
ground around the top, and the cone, the diagonal radial elements around the
bottom. These could be made from a solid metal disc and a cone shaped sheet
metal radial, and perform the same, but the wind loading would be increased. The
Diamond D130J and the Sigma SE1300 are good discones for general purpose
scanning. My personal experience with the Radio Shack discone antenna at home,
has shown that it is not a very good implementation of the discone design, and
should be avoided. It is too fragile and does not work below 100MHz I believe
that the discone is the best all band antenna, it really works. I don't see ANY
other type of omni-directional antenna usable for TRANSMITTING on ALL VHF and
UHF ham bands (50, 144, 220, 432, 900, & 1200 MHz) like the discone is. It would
be usable on all frequencies in between too, but that's illegal, if you're
transmitting as an amateur. I have built many UHF data and voice links (among
other things) for the US Govt over the years and we use discone antennas for the
225-400MHz military UHF band; the VSWR is consistent and low across the entire
band.

1/2 Wave Dipole Antenna

This is also a single band antenna that offers 2dB of gain in a relatively
narrow frequency range. The dipole antenna is the standard against which gain is
measured on all antennas, and it is twice as long as a 1/4 wave antenna. It has
balanced signal and ground sides, which means that the coax feed is in the
center of the antenna. The center conductor is hooked to the top half and the
shield connects to the lower half. It requires a balun to connect it to coax
cable, although there are feed techniques that can do the job of matching the
antenna to the 50 ohm coax. It is fairly large for the frequency it's tuned to,
and like the ground plane antenna, it isolates your antenna from having to be
coupled to earth ground at a specific multiple of the wavelength, by simulating
ground with the lower half of the antenna. The dipole can be oriented either
vertically or horizontally.

Yagi Beam Antenna

Named after it's inventors Mr. Yagi and Mr. Uda (the second guy always loses
out, and I forget their first names), the Yagi-Uda parasitic array is another
single band antenna. It offers 10-20dB of gain and 10-30dB of front-to-back
isolation in a relatively narrow frequency range. It is a group of dipoles all
the same length, connected to a boom, to hold them a specific distance apart. It
offers excellent gain, and front-to-back isolation, and a narrow beam width that
it will receive from. The gain is determined by how many elements are used as
directors, and is achieved by limiting how many directions a signal can be
received from. Like a magnifying glass focusing the sun, the smaller the spot
the hotter it gets. The most useful feature of a beam antenna, is that the can
be rotated to null out a signal you do not want or maximizing the one you do
want. You will need a rotor to point it in the right direction; if you want to
listen in more than one direction. The down side is, it will only have gain in a
narrow frequency range of about +/-1% of the center frequency, which would be
beneficial in a dense signal environment to attenuate those intermod producing
signals you do not want, or if you only listen on one band. It is most commonly
used by commercial and amateur operators, since it is an inexpensive and very
efficient type of antenna for single band, point to point, communication in the
VHF/UHF range.

Log Periodic Beam Antenna

The Logarithmically Periodic Dipole Array is a beam antenna optimized for wide
frequency bandwidth. It offers 5-15dB of gain with a moderate 10-15dB of front-
to back ratio; the beam width is fairly wide when compared to a Yagi. It is a
group of dipoles of decreasing size (with the longest in back and the smallest
in front), connected to a boom, to hold them a specific distance apart. The
tapering of the elements is what gives it the wide frequency range, by always
providing an element that resonates near the frequency that your operating on.
It is most commonly used in TV antennas, where operation on many frequencies is
required. The down side is that the LPDA can be fairly large for a VHF/UHF
antenna. There are commercial versions available that provide general coverage.
Create Labs makes two models for $200-350. EEB and Ham Radio Outlet both have
them in their catalogs.

TV Antennas

A TV antenna is NOT a very good scanner antenna because it is optimized only for
the TV bands. If you look closely at a TV antenna you will notice that the taper
of the elements is not uniform. There will be several long ones (Chan 2-6 at 54-
88MHz) then several medium long ones, usually interspersed with the long ones
(Chan 7-13 at 175-216MHz), and then a bunch of short ones, all the same length
(UHF 470-812MHz). The missing elements are for the frequencies that a scanner
user wants, but are not in the TV band, so they are not included in the design.
If the frequencies that you do listen to are close to the TV bands, then after
re-orienting a TV antenna to vertical polarization, it may work, but I'll bet it
doesn't work very well. Another problem is, the UHF elements on a TV antenna are
ALWAYS a Yagi design. The reception range that they advertise is only on one
channel (my guess is around Chan 35 at 600MHz) and the gain falls off the
farther you get from that center channel. There are no scanner type signals
anywhere near this frequency and a Yagi is a tuned frequency antenna. You will
NEVER see a gain Vs frequency plot of any TV antenna from the manufacturer. This
is why TV antennas make lousy scanner antennas. If you want to use a wide band
UHF TV antenna, try a 4-bay bow tie, it has about 6dB of gain, a 15dB front-to-
back ratio and resonates across a wide frequency range. The whole antenna just
needs to be re-oriented to vertical polarization. On VHF, don't bother. I am not
aware of any true broadband LPDA TV antenna, they are always optimized only for
TV frequencies, due to the lack of elements resonating in the 88-175MHz and 216-
470MHz bands.



Lead-in CABLE

It doesn't matter how good your antenna is, if you are feeding it with loss-
prone COAX.

The loss that a COAX has, is determined by many factors, most having to do with
the density and effectiveness of the shield and the dielectric (the insulator in
the center). If the shield is not very good, more of the signal will be lost
before it gets to your radio, and you will be susceptible to multipath
distortion in strong signal environments. If the dielectric is made wrong, the
impedance of the COAX will vary. The problem is the quality of the cable itself,
this is something that you can't see or discern from the specs, RG-8 is RG-8
right? WRONG, because it is a manufacturing process, if the machines that
manufacture it are not set-up properly, or the materials used are sub-standard,
the result will be BAD COAX. Cheap COAX may have a 98% shield in its specs but
it won't be consistent across the entire length of the cable. Sometimes there
will be areas several feet long with large gaps with only a few strands in the
shield. There is no way to tell from outside the cable that something is wrong,
without using an expensive network analyzer setup. The same for the dielectric,
if it's uneven, the characteristic impedance of the COAX will vary tremendously.
The result is you just won't hear as many signals at the higher frequencies.
That is why you should always buy name brand cable from a reputable
manufacturer. There is a reason the cable is cheap.
Frequency is the other MAJOR contributing factor in determining your losses. The
higher the frequency, the higher the loss. If you only listen to the California
Highway Patrol, in the 39-45 MHz band, then a VHF 1/4 wave ground plane antenna
and any kind of COAX will do, such as RG58, which is easily routed, and not very
expensive. The same is true if you listen only to railroads or police/fire in
the 150MHz band. A single band 1/4 or 1/2 wave and the better RG8 cable will be
plenty good enough. But if you listen to the 800MHz trunked band you can
significantly improve your reception, by just using better COAX. I use Heliax on
my system for maximum performance. I've included a chart of some common 50 ohm
coax and their loss at different frequencies for comparison. These are from the
Belden Wire and Cable catalog, except for the Heliax.

Losses in dB per 100Ft

                     50 MHz     100 MHz    500 MHz     900 MHz
                     ========   ========   ========    ========
     RG-58A/U        3.3        4.9        13.3        20.0
     RG-8/U          1.2        1.8        4.7         6.7
     Belden 9913     0.9        1.4        2.9         4.2
     1/2" Heliax     0.56       0.83       2.0         2.8


Note: The losses scale proportionally with length. Half as long, half the loss
in dB.

The Mast or Tower

There is no substitute for height, until you've cleared the obstructions around
your house. After you have cleared any obstructions, more height will give only
slightly improved range. Remember line-of-sight won't change much with another
10 or 20 feet of elevation. It takes thousands or tens of thousands of feet of
elevation to really make a difference.

My Recommendations

I think most of us listen on many different bands, so a single band antenna just
won't cut it. A single antenna, with good performance on all bands is the best
solution. I personally have chosen a Diamond D130J discone antenna, and I am
very pleased with its performance. The Sigma SE1300 has the same performance but
costs a little more. I recommend RG8/U or Belden 9913 low loss COAX as your best
bet, the 9913 is much more expensive. I got my Heliax, surplus and cheap. I
swept it using an HP network analyzer to be sure it was still good. For a mast,
no more than 10-20ft above the roof is necessary to clear most obstructions,
such as neighboring houses and trees. More than that will give only a marginal
improvement in receiving range and make the installation more difficult and
dangerous.

Multiple radios

I've connected all of my radios to one antenna with the use of a 4-way splitter.
This is not a cheap R.S. splitter but a commercial quality hybrid type from Mini
Circuits with guaranteed specs from 1 to 1000MHz I lose 7dB of signal but it's
worth it to have only one antenna and cable. My ICOM 7100 and both PRO2006s all
run from the same antenna and I have an extra spigot that I can use for testing
my PRO-43 or any other radio. If you want more in-depth information, try the
ARRL Antenna Handbooks (there's one specifically for VHF/UHF) and check your
local library.
Scanner Co-ax Tips
By Rich Wells N2MCA

Introduction
Co-ax, short for coaxial, is the means by which radio transmissions are
conducted from your external antenna to your scanner/receiver. As such, it
represents one of THE most vital links in your monitoring station. People go
out of their way to spend good money on a scanner/receiver and antenna but
hamstring their investment by using inadequate cabling!

Most times this results from simple ignorance in thinking all co-ax cables are
created equal. Far from it! Hopefully this page can remedy such problems and
help people "tune-up" their systems to get better performance!

Cable Tips
For the most part try and remember these simple rules : thicker, more rigid
cables give better results. If it's about a half-inch thick(take a look at your
pinky finger) and likes to hold a bent shape, you've probably got a winner!
If it's only about a quarter-inch thick or less and flails about easily, you
could be doing better! You get what you pay for. Usually priced in cents per
foot, the cheaper cables will run you 20 cents/foot while the more expensive
ones run 70 cents/foot and more. And of course, there's savings advantages in
buying longer lengths or pre-cut lengths.

The longer the cable, the more it attenuates (weakens) the signals as they
travel from the antenna to the receiver. For lengths of 25 feet and less, it's
not a BIG concern as to which cable type you use. Beyond 25 feet, you should be
paying more attention. If you want the best reception, you'll use the best cable
you can regardless of length! The higher the frequency, the more a cable will
attenuate it. HF frequencies (below 30MHz) are not affected very much so almost
any cable will do. If you are listening to VHF frequencies (30 - 300MHz) then it
becomes much more of a concern. For UHF (300MHz and up) you had better make
cabling a big priority! Since most scanners/receivers go over 1GHz these days,
you can see the importance of choosing the right cable.

Cable Types
The basic co-ax types you run across in our hobby are RG-58, RG-59, RG-174, RG-
8, RG-6, RG-11 and 9913 (which is really a form of RG-8). These types basically
differ in diameter and stiffness which is due to differences in types of outer
jacket material, braiding, center conductor type (solid or stranded), shielding
(used or not), dielectric type (air spacing and gas injections) and materials
used (copper, aluminum, etc.). These differences in properties determine the
capacitance and velocity factor which are terms used to indicate how efficiently
various signals are conducted through the cable.

For our purposes, we want efficient cable so that the signals received at the
antenna make it down to the receiver with as much strength as possible. If a
really weak signal is received at the antenna but a poor choice of cable is
used, it's possible that it may attenuate the signal such that the receiver is
unable to detect it! So if you use good cable, you WILL hear more signals. Be
aware that you will see some funky notations for cables at times. Usually these
take the form of suffixes such as '/U', 'A/U', '/CU' and '/X'. These represent
slightly different constructions of the same cable type which means they'll have
different efficiencies. So take heed! A /U cable is usually a much better choice
than the same cable in /X. You are also going to find that cables come in two
different types of resistance : 50- and 75-ohm. RG-8/58/174 are all 50-ohm while
RG-6/11/59 are 75-ohm.

While most scanners/receivers specify a 50-ohm load at their antenna jack,
either type cable can be used. Why? Because the impedance of the entire
scanner/cable/antenna system as a whole changes radically over the wide range of
frequencies that such radios cover. If we were just listening to one narrow
range of frequencies then we would worry about matching the cable/antenna
impedance to the receiver impedance to get the most efficient signal transfer.
Since we listen to signals from 25MHz to nearly 1GHz it's just not practical, so
pay it no mind.

Cable Choices

Most cabling used in our hobby and supplied by manufacturers is the cheaper and
less efficient RG-58 and RG-174. These are OK for very short cable runs and
HF/VHF-lo frequencies but you can easily get more performance by replacing them
if possible.

Connectors

Along with cables come the connectors needed to hook everything together. The
connectors used in our hobby basically consist of BNC, PL-259, F-type, Motorola
and in some cases RCA.

BNC is the connector seen on most scanners and lab test equipment. PL-259 (or
SO-239) is usually found on larger antennas and commercial equipment. F-type are
used for most cable TV fittings. Motorola is used on some mobile antennas and
commercial equipment. RCA types are usually used for TV and stereo equipment
connections but can be found on some scanner gear as well. Most of your smaller
width cables (RG-6/58/59/174) will use BNC, F-type, Motorola and RCA. The
thicker cables (RG-8 & 9913) usually use PL-259.

That's why it's always a good idea to have several adapters handy so you can
cross-connect various equipment, cables and antennas to experiment with. Radio
Shack and radio dealers carry a wide variety of such connectors. When ordering
cable from a radio dealer, they can often put different type connectors at each
end alleviating the need for additional connectors to match the cable to your
antenna and scanner/receiver. So be sure to know which type (and sex) you'll
need on both ends.

The golden rule is to use as few connectors as possible. Most good quality
connectors attenuate the signal very little (0.3dB) but some can be quite
poor(1-3db)! So if you use more than one, it could be as bad as selecting a poor
type of co-ax! Or in other words, you could loose half your signal, or more,
simply by using bad or multiple connectors. As connectors age, are plugged and
unplugged repetitively and exposed to the elements, they will attenuate more and
more. Be sure to seal those connectors which are outside and give everything a
good check annually to assure proper operation.


Encryption Protocols
A Brief Look at Analog and Digital Encryption Devices
Encryption of the human voice is a complex and intricate procedure that is
accomplished by one of two methods: analog or digital. The human voice, for the
most part, occupies the frequency range from about 100 Hz to 3 kHz, forming
complex analog waveforms and patterns. Analog speech encryption can be as simple
as speech inversion, where the human voice is "inverted", resulting in the radio
traffic sounding like a popular Disney character. It can also be quite complex,
with the voice split at about 1500 kHz, inverted at both ends, with the center
carrier swept randomly up and down several kHz from the center transmit
frequency. Digital voice encryption requires that the analog signal be sampled,
digitized and encrypted, transmitted, and decrypted in real-time. Since complex
analog encryption is rather rare, our focus will be on digital encryption
products manufactured by Motorola, Inc.

Analog Encryption Types and Products

Since speech inversion is easily defeated (the Ramsey Electronics SS-70), most
law enforcement agencies have ceased using this encryption technique. I know of
no federal agency that has ever used analog encryption devices. These simple,
low-cost devices are more suited to the local police department, since all but
the most serious scanner owner will not be able to understand the radio traffic.
One of the largest manufacturers of analog encryption devices, Midian
Electronics, offers a complete line of products from the simplest and smallest
speech inversion scrambler to a highly sophisticated "rolling-code" encryption
device. Contact Midian Electronics at 1-800-MIDIANS for further information on
their line of analog voice encryption products.

Motorola Encryption Protocols and Products

Although there are still some analog Motorola encryption devices still in use,
including simple speech inversion products, the majority of devices currently in
use are of the digital variety. All Motorola voice privacy protocols are
referred to simply as "SECURENET", which is a general term that Motorola uses to
identify it's digital encryption products. There are three different basic
encryption protocols, two of which have two distinct variations, for a total of
five unique (and non- compatible) encryption protocols. Each of the five
protocols uses a field inserted "key", which is what makes the communications
secure. Since the author is not a cryptographer, it is simple enough to
understand that without the proper encryption "key" loaded into your radio, all
that you will hear is white noise, or static, when encrypted traffic is being
passed between radios.

The Original Propriety Encryption Algorithm, DVP

DVP, a term that Motorola coined for use with their initial entry into the
digital voice encryption product field, is a proprietary Motorola protocol that
uses a self-synchronizing encryption known as cipher feedback. Depending on whom
you ask at Motorola, DVP actually has two different meanings. DVP stands for
Digital Voice Privacy or Digital Voice Protection, same encryption protocol,
different terminology. The basic DVP protocol is capable of 2.36 x 10^21
different "keys" to ensure protection for your voice conversations.

Data Encryption Standard

In the middle 1970's, the federal government finally decided that they needed to
standardize all federal agencies on a common encryption protocol to protect
sensitive, but unclassified data. Several different schemes were submitted, but
the one approved by the National Bureau of Standards was a protocol that became
the Data Encryption Standard, or DES. Broaden your mind for just a minute and
forget about radio traffic. There are several other forms of communication and
data that must be protected from prying eyes (and ears). IRS records, Federal
Banking data, etc. is not "classified" in the military sense, but does require
protection nonetheless. This Data Encryption Standard, once standardized, would
allow all federal agencies to use the same encryption protocol, allowing them to
intercommunicate when and if the need should arise. DES is capable of using 7.2
x 10^16 different key combinations and uses a self-synchronizing method of
encryption known as cipher feedback. Remember, DES is not authorized to encrypt
communications or data that is classified in the interest of national security,
but we'll get to that in just a minute.

So, we just learned the two basic types of Motorola encryption, DES and DVP. In
a nutshell, DVP was designed to be used by anyone who needed protection from
unauthorized eavesdropping, including local government and businesses. DES, on
the other hand, was designed to be used only by the federal government.
Availability of DES products was supposed to have been severely restricted to
federal government agencies and military personnel only, but a trip to any large
hamfest will always yield at least one person selling SECURENET products and
radios.

Variations of the Originals

After DVP and DES products gained acceptance and their use became widespread, a
glaring flaw became obvious. When using their radios in the encrypted mode,
agents noticed that their radios did not seem to transmit as far as they did
when in the clear mode. In a flurry of commotion and denial, Motorola quickly
went back to the drawing board and found out that sure enough, use of the
original DVP and DES protocols did limit the range of the radio, sometimes as
much as 30%. In response to these complaints, two new variations of the original
protocols were introduced, each with the added acronym "XL", leaving us with
four distinctly different encryption protocols: DVP, DVP-XL, DES and DES-XL. The
"XL" variations eliminate the range loss problem and in the case of DVP-XL, the
number of available "keys" is increased to 7.9 X 1028. DVP-XL and DES-XL both
use a different type of encryption known as counter addressing. Just remember
that all radios must use the exact same type of encryption to inter-communicate
in the secure mode (DVP-DVP, DES-XL-DES-XL, etc).

Digital Voice International

The fifth unique encryption protocol, is known as DVI-XL, or Digital Voice
International. Since DES products require a munitions license to export from the
U.S., DVI-XL allows other countries to enjoy the same type of encryption as DES-
XL, but with a reduced number of available keys. DVI-XL is not common in the
U.S., although is quite common in countries such as England.

Key Variable Loader

If you've been reading the above thoroughly, you may be asking yourself "Well,
how do you get the keys into the radio?". Good question, so let's talk about it.
The device used to load these encryption keys into a radio is known as a
"Keyloader", or in Motorola-speak, a "KVL", or Key Variable Loader. This is a
hand-held device that looks similar to a radio, but allows the operators use to
insert the "keys" into the encryption devices of the individual radios. The KVL
attaches to the radio with a special cable and attaches to the interface port of
the radio. The individual actually enters numbers (and letters, depending on the
protocol) into the KVL to produce the "key" to your radio traffic. The KVL
transcribes your input of approximately 20 characters into the "key" that is
loaded into the radios. KVL's are capable of storing about 16 "keys" in non-
violatile memory, allowing radios to be loaded when desired.

Since access to the KVL constitutes access to the entire system, these devices
are usually closely guarded at the radio shop. There are five different KVLs,
one each for DVP, DVP-XL, DES, DES and DES-XL and a separate KVL for DVI-XL.
Newer loaders are made to support both DVP and DVP-XL and another to support DES
and DES-XL (Two protocols with one loader). It is rumored that there is a "super
KVL" that will load any of the four domestic encryption protocols, but the
author has never seen one, and it is not listed in any Motorola literature.

Advanced Encryption Products

More recently, there have been solutions to nagging problems in some of the
larger cities. For example, lets say that you have to manage the entire Drug
Enforcement Agency radio system in the south Florida area, which is probably
quite a large fleet of radios. You basically have two choices, either you have
one person whose only task is to keyload radios all day, or you issue each
office a KVL and allow them to do it themselves. As we spoke about earlier, if
you increase the number of KVLs, you increase the possibility that one will be
lost or stolen, not to mention the fact that KVLs are outrageously expensive
($3000+ each) to purchase. Enter OTAR, or Over-The-Air- Rekeying.

Quite simply, you have one dedicated computer, called a Key Management
Controller, or KMC, which centrally manages all of the encryption "keys". OTAR
is available for any one of the five available encryption methods as an add-on
component. OTAR allows radios to have new encryption keys loaded into them over
the air, just as the name suggests. Encryption keys can also be erased over the
air in a process called "Key Zeroization". If a radio is lost or stolen, all of
the radios in the system except the lost or stolen one can be instantly re-keyed
over the air.

Also, let's say that you are about to raid a clandestine drug laboratory and you
accidently remove your radio's battery, thereby erasing the encryption key. No
problem, the KMC can immediately download the encryption key back into your
radio before you bash down the front door! The KMC can also download the
available system keys into KVLs by phone lines so that encryption keys may be
kept locally should the radios be out of the range of the KMC when new keys are
sent out. The other part of Advanced SECURENET is "Multikey", which is the
ability to store multiple encryption keys in one radio. Most radios can only
hold one encryption key at any one time.

If you have two separate groups who don't intercommunicate, multikey allows
supervisors to have both encryption keys in their radios and converse with both
groups, but individuals in the separate groups cannot monitor each others
conversations. Some radios, when equipped with Miltikey, can have as many as 16
different encryption keys.

Future - Classified Radio Communications

As we previously mentioned, even with the high level of security offered by the
Data Encryption Standard, no classified traffic may be encrypted with DES. A new
type of encryption, known as Facinator, offers the government the ability to
encrypt land-mobile and other radio traffic up to the level of Top Secret.
Facinator is a completely different algorithm whose details are still
classified. The U.S. Secret Service is reported to be using Facinator in their
Motorola Saber UHF radios for executive protection and security details.

Motorola's latest development, the "ASTRO" TM system, is capable of transmitting
either analog or digital voice, clear or secure, conventional or trunking. This
system is currently being installed in south Florida for the Florida Highway
Patrol on 800 MHz trunking (without much success, I might add). LAPD is also
switching over to the Astro system and most reports received so far indicate
that the system works fine.

Radios

Digital voice encryption is not a cheap endeavor. There are several Motorola
portable and mobile radios that offer SECURENET as an option. Even a 15 year old
Motorola MX350S portable radio that has DVP is about $350 used. These are 4-32
channel models that are quite large and cumbersome, but incredibly durable. The
most popular is the Saber portable radio. Although still large and bulky, the
Saber offers many options and is still the top-of-the-line portable radio. The
Saber comes in three different varieties, known as Saber I, II and III. Both
SECURENET and non-SECURENET radios are available. A Saber I has 12 channels and
no display; a Saber II has 72 channels with three buttons and a display; a Saber
III has 120 channels, a full keypad and a display. Additionally, Saber II and
III radios offer scan capabilities. A used Saber III with voice encryption
installed goes for about $800 on the used market. Not bad, considering that
current list price is over $3000! I cannot stress enough the importance of being
extremely careful when you purchase a used radio. Be careful, and be sure you
get a receipt.

Repeaters and SECURENET Products

Using digital encryption does have its drawbacks. The common repeater, which
consists of an input frequency and output frequency, normally uses some sort of
Continuous Tone Coded Squelch System, or CTCSS, trademarked as Private Line (PL)
by Motorola or ChannelGuard by General Electric, to prevent unauthorized or
inadvertent access to the repeater. Well, to put it simply, you can't send a
CTCSS tone with any form of digital encryption.

There are two ways around this shortcoming; either the repeater does not use a
CTCSS tone, which is called a transparent repeater, or a repeater such as the
Motorola MSF5000TM is used. The MSF5000 can be operated in the transparent mode,
which allows both clear and secure transmissions to be passed, or the repeater
itself can be keyloaded with the same encryption key as the radios, allowing
only those transmissions with the proper encryption key to be re-transmitted. It
is commonly said that most open (no PL) repeaters will not pass digitally
encrypted voice. This is simply not true. The repeater will pass the digital
signal, which actually has a narrower deviation than regular FM voice, just
fine. Whether or not the signal is still intact enough for decryption is the big
question.

Conclusion

It is clear that monitors will probably never be able to eavesdrop on digitally
encrypted radio traffic, but I hope that this short introduction to the many
facets of encryption products available helps you to better understand their use
and operation. The fact remains, however, that it will be many years before the
home computer advances to a stage that scanner owners can decrypt a secure radio
transmission.
FCC Frequency band plan
 0.535   -    1.705   AM Broadcast Standard North America AM
 1.705   -    1.800   Fixed Service Land/Mobile/Marine
 1.800   -    2.000   Amateur 160 Meters
 2.000   -    2.107   Maritime Mobile
 2.107   -    2.170   Fixed Service Land/Mobile/Marine
 2.170   -    2.194   Land Mobile Service
 2.194   -    2.300   Fixed Service
 2.300   -    2.495   Shortwave Broadcast 120 Meters
 2.495   -    2.505   Time Standard
 2.505   -    2.850   Fixed Service Land/Mobile/Marine
 2.850   -    3.155   Aeronautical Mobile Transoceanic Flights
 3.155   -    3.200   Fixed Service
 3.200   -    3.400   Shortwave Broadcast 90 Meters
 3.400   -    3.500   Aeronautical Mobile Transoceanic Flights
 3.500   -    4.000   Amateur 80/75 Meters
 3.900   -    4.000   Shortwave Broadcast 75 Meters, Not in Region 2
 4.000   -    4.000   Time Standard New WARC Allocation Region 3
 4.000   -    4.063   Fixed Service
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 4.438   -    4.650   Fixed Service
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 4.750   -    5.060   Shortwave Broadcast 60 Meters
 5.000   -    5.000   Time Standard WWV
 5.005   -    5.450   Fixed Service
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 5.730   -    5.950   Fixed Service
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 6.200   -    6.525   Maritime Mobile Ship / Shore
 6.525   -    6.765   Aeronautical Mobile Transoceanic Flights
 6.765   -    7.000   Fixed Service
 7.000   -    7.300   Amateur 40 Meters
 7.100   -    7.300   Shortwave Broadcast 41 Meters, Not in Region 2
 7.300   -    8.195   Fixed Service
 7.335   -    7.335   Time Standard CHU Canada
 8.000   -    8.000   Time Standard New WARC Allocation Region 3
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 9.040   -    9.500   Fixed Service
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 9.775   -    9.995   Fixed Service
10.000   -   10.000   Time Standard WWV
10.005   -   10.100   Aeronautical Mobile Transoceanic Flights
10.100   -   10.150   Amateur 30 Meters CW Only
10.100   -   11.175   Fixed Service
11.175   -   11.400   Aeronautical Mobile Transoceanic Flights
11.400   -   11.650   Fixed Service
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12.050   -   12.330   Fixed Service
12.330   -   13.200   Maritime Mobile Ship / Shore
13.200   -   13.360   Aeronautical Mobile Transoceanic Flights
13.360   -   13.600   Fixed Service
13.600   -   13.800   Shortwave Broadcast New WARC Allocation
13.800   -   14.000   Fixed Service
14.000   -   14.350   Amateur 20 Meters
14.350   -   14.995   Fixed Service
15.000   -   15.000   Time Standard WWV
15.010   -   15.100   Aeronautical Mobile Transoceanic Flights
15.100   -   15.600   Shortwave Broadcast 19 Meters
15.600   -   16.460   Fixed Service
16.460   -   17.360   Maritime Mobile Ship / Shore
17.360   -   17.550   Fixed Service
17.550   -   17.900   Shortwave Broadcast 16 Meters
17.900   -   18.030   Aeronautical Mobile Transoceanic Flights
18.030   -   18.780   Fixed Service
18.068   -   18.168   Amateur 17 Meters
18.780   -   18.900   Maritime Mobile Ship / Shore
18.900   -   19.680   Fixed Service
19.680   -   19.800   Maritime Mobile Ship / Shore
19.800   -   21.000   Fixed Service
21.000   -   21.450   Amateur 15 Meters
21.450   -   21.850   Shortwave Broadcast 13 Meters
21.850   -   22.000   Aeronautical Mobile
22.000   -   22.720   Maritime Mobile Ship / Shore
22.720   -   23.200   Fixed Service
23.200   -   23.350   Aeronautical Mobile
23.350   -   24.990   Fixed Service
24.890   -   24.930   Amateur 12 Meters
25.000   -   25.000   Time Standard
25.020                Petroleum Products
25.040                Petroleum Products
25.060                Petroleum Products
25.080                Petroleum Products
25.100                Petroleum Products
25.120                Petroleum Products
25.140                Petroleum Products
25.160                Petroleum Products
25.180                Petroleum Products
25.200                Petroleum Products
25.220                Petroleum Products
25.240                Petroleum Products
25.260                Petroleum Products
25.280                Petroleum Products
25.300                Petroleum Products
25.320                Petroleum Products
25.600   -   26.100   Shortwave Broadcast 11 Meters
25.870                Broadcast Pickup
25.910                Broadcast Pickup
25.950                Broadcast Pickup
25.990                Broadcast Pickup
26.030                Broadcast Pickup
26.070                Broadcast Pickup
26.090                Broadcast Pickup
26.110                Broadcast Pickup
26.130                Broadcast Pickup
26.150                Broadcast Pickup
26.170                Broadcast Pickup
26.190                Broadcast Pickup
26.210                Broadcast Pickup
26.230                Broadcast Pickup
26.250                Broadcast Pickup
26.270                Broadcast Pickup
26.290                Broadcast Pickup
26.310                Broadcast Pickup
26.330                Broadcast Pickup
26.350                Broadcast Pickup
26.370                Broadcast Pickup
26.390                Broadcast Pickup
26.410                Broadcast Pickup
26.430                Broadcast Pickup
26.450                Broadcast Pickup
26.470                Broadcast Pickup
26.480   -   26.950   Government
26.620                Civil Air Patrol
26.950   -   26.960   International Fixed Sve
26.965                CB Class D Channel 01
26.975                CB Class D Channel 02
26.985                CB Class D Channel 03
26.995                CB Class C
27.005                CB Class D Channel 04
27.015                CB Class D Channel 05
27.025                CB Class D Channel 06
27.035                CB Class D Channel 07
27.045                CB Class C
27.055                CB Class D Channel 08
27.065                CB Class D Channel 09
27.075                CB Class D Channel 10
27.085                CB Class D Channel 11
27.095                CB Class C
27.105                CB Class D Channel 12
27.115                CB Class D Channel 13
27.125                CB Class D Channel 14
27.135                CB Class D Channel 15
27.145                CB Class C
27.155                CB Class D Channel 16
27.165                CB Class D Channel 17
27.175                CB Class D Channel 18
27.185                CB Class D Channel 19
27.195                CB Class C
27.205                CB Class D Channel 20
27.215                CB Class D Channel 21
27.225                CB Class D Channel 22
27.235                CB Class D Channel 23
27.245                CB Class D Channel 24
27.255                CB Class D Channel 25
27.265                CB Class D Channel 26
27.275                CB Class D Channel 27
27.285                CB Class D Channel 28
27.295                CB Class D Channel 29
27.305                CB Class D Channel 30
27.315                CB Class D Channel 31
27.325                CB Class D Channel 32
27.335                CB Class D Channel 33
27.345                CB Class D Channel 34
27.355                CB Class D Channel 35
27.365                CB Class D Channel 36
27.375                CB Class D Channel 37
27.385                CB Class D Channel 38
27.395                CB Class D Channel 39
27.405                CB Class D Channel 40
27.430                Business
27.450                Business
27.470                Business
27.490                Business
27.510                Business
27.530                Business
27.710                Forest Products
27.730                Forest Products
27.750                Forest Products
27.770                Forest Products
27.790                Forest Products
27.900                US Army
28.000   -   29.700   Amateur 10 Meters
29.700   -   29.800   Forestry Service
29.800   -   29.890   Fixed Service
29.890   -   29.910   Government
29.910   -   30.000   Fixed Service
30.010                US Government
30.030                US Government
30.050                US Government
30.070                US Government
30.090                US Army
30.110                US Army
30.130                US Government
30.150                US Navy
30.170                US Government
30.190                US Government
30.210                US Government
30.230                US Government
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48.180   Power and Water
48.200   Power and Water
48.220   Power and Water
48.240   Power and Water
48.260   Power and Water
48.280   Power and Water
48.300   Power and Water
48.320   Power and Water
48.340   Power and Water
48.360   Power and Water
48.380   Power and Water
48.400   Power and Water
48.420   Power and Water
48.440   Power and Water
48.460   Power and Water
48.480   Power and Water
48.500   Power and Water
48.520   Power and Water
48.540   Power and Water
48.560   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
48.580   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
48.600   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
48.620   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
48.640   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
48.660   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
48.680   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
48.700   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
48.720   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
48.740   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
48.760   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
48.780   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
48.800   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
48.820   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
48.840   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
48.860   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
48.880   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
48.900   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
48.920   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
48.940   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
48.960   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
48.980   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
49.000   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
49.020   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
49.040   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
49.060   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
49.080   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
49.100   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
49.120   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
49.140   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
49.160   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
49.180   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
49.200   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
49.220   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
49.240   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
49.260   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
49.280   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
49.300   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
49.320   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
49.340   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
49.360   Forest Products/Petroleum   Products
 49.380                 Forest Products/Petroleum Products
 49.400                 Forest Products/Petroleum Products
 49.420                 Forest Products/Petroleum Products
 49.440                 Forest Products/Petroleum Products
 49.460                 Forest Products/Petroleum Products
 49.480                 Forest Products/Petroleum Products
 49.500                 Forest Products/Petroleum Products
 49.520                 Special Industry
 49.540                 Forest Products/Spec Industrial
 49.560                 Special Industry
 49.580                 Forest Products/Spec Industrial
 49.610                 US Bur of Land Mgt
 49.630                 US Army/UGC
 49.650                 US Air Force/US Army/US Dept of Agr
 49.670                 US Forst Svc/US Dept of Agr
 49.690                 US Army
 49.710                 US Army
 49.730                 US Bur of Land Mgt
 49.750                 US Air Force
 49.770                 US Bur of Land Mgt
 49.790                 US Army
 49.810                 US Army
 49.830                 NASA
 49.850                 US Air Force
 49.870                 US Dept of Energy
 49.890                 US Government
 49.910                 US Bur of Land Mgt
 49.930                 US Government
 49.950                 US Air Force/US Dept of Agr
 49.970                 US Soil Conservation
 49.990                 US Government
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 54.000   -    60.000   VHF TV Ch. 2
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 66.000   -    72.000   VHF TV Ch. 4
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 75.460   -    76.000   Intersystem, Paging, RC
 76.000   -    82.000   VHF TV Ch. 5
 82.000   -    88.000   VHF TV Ch. 6
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108.000   -   136.000   Aero
136.000   -   138.000   Satellite
144.000   -   148.000   Amateur 2 Meters
148.000   -   150.775   DoD
150.775                 Medical Low Power
150.790                 Medical Low Power
150.815                 Auto Emergency
150.830                 Auto Emergency
150.845                 Auto Emergency
150.860                 Auto Emergency
150.875                 Auto Emergency
150.890                 Auto Emergency
150.905                 Auto Emergency
150.920                 Auto Emergency
150.935                 Auto Emergency
150.950                 Auto Emergency
150.965    Auto Emergency
150.980    Forest Products
150.995    Highway Maint
151.010    Highway Maint
151.025    Highway Maint
151.040    Highway Maint
151.055    Highway Maint
151.070    Highway Maint
151.085    Highway Maint
151.100    Highway Maint
151.115    Highway Maint
151.130    Highway Maint
151.145    Forestry Conservation
151.160    Forestry Conservation
151.175    Forestry Conservation
151.190    Forestry Conservation
151.205    Forestry Conservation
151.220    Forestry Conservation
151.235    Forestry Conservation
151.250    Forestry Conservation
151.265    Forestry Conservation
151.280    Forestry Conservation
151.295    Forestry Conservation
151.310    Forestry Conservation
151.325    Forestry Conservation
151.340    Forestry Conservation
151.355    Forestry Conservation
151.370    Forestry Conservation
151.385    Forestry Conservation
151.400    Forestry Conservation
151.415    Forestry Conservation
151.430    Forestry Conservation
151.445    Forestry Conservation
151.460    Forestry Conservation
151.475    Forestry Conservation
151.490    Special Industrial
151.505    Special Industrial
151.520    Special Industrial
151.535    Special Industrial
151.550    Special Industrial
151.565    Special Industrial
151.580    Special Industrial
151.595    Special Industrial
151.625    Business Itenerant
151.655    Business
151.685    Business
151.715    Business
151.745    Business
151.775    Business
151.805    Business
151.835    Business
151.865    Business
151.895    Business
151.925    Business
151.955    Business
151.985    Telephone Maint
152.0075   Medical Paging
152.030   Mobile Telephone RCC Base Channel 01
152.060   Mobile Telephone RCC Base Channel 03
152.090   Mobile Telephone RCC Base Channel 05
152.120   Mobile Telephone RCC Base Channel 07
152.150   Mobile Telephone RCC Base Channel 09
152.180   Mobile Telephone RCC Base Channel 11
152.210   Mobile Telephone RCC Base Channel 13
152.240   Mobile Telephone RCC Base Channel 15
152.270   Taxi Base
152.285   Taxi Base
152.300   Taxi Base
152.315   Taxi Base
152.330   Taxi Base
152.345   Taxi Base
152.360   Taxi Base
152.375   Taxi Base
152.390   Taxi Base
152.405   Taxi Base
152.420   Taxi Base
152.435   Taxi Base
152.450   Taxi Base
152.465   Industrial
152.480   Business Paging
152.510   Mobile Telephone Telco Base Channel JL
152.540   Mobile Telephone Telco Base Channel YL
152.570   Mobile Telephone Telco Base Channel JP
152.600   Mobile Telephone Telco Base Channel YP
152.630   Mobile Telephone Telco Base Channel YJ
152.660   Mobile Telephone Telco Base Channel YK
152.690   Mobile Telephone Telco Base Channel JS
152.720   Mobile Telephone Telco Base Channel YS
152.750   Mobile Telephone Telco Base Channel YR
152.780   Mobile Telephone Telco Base Channel JK
152.810   Mobile Telephone Telco Base Channel JR
152.840   Mobile Telephone Telco Paging
152.870   Industrial
152.885   Special Industrial
152.900   Industrial
152.915   Special Industrial
152.930   Industrial
152.945   Special Industrial
152.960   Industrial
152.975   Special Industrial
152.990   Industrial
153.005   Special Industrial
153.020   Industrial
153.035   Industrial
153.050   Industrial
153.065   Industrial
153.080   Industrial
153.095   Industrial
153.110   Industrial
153.125   Industrial
153.140   Industrial
153.155   Industrial
153.170   Industrial
153.185   Industrial
153.200   Industrial
153.215   Industrial
153.230   Industrial
153.245   Industrial
153.260   Industrial
153.275   Industrial
153.290   Industrial
153.305   Industrial
153.320   Industrial
153.335   Industrial
153.350   Industrial
153.365   Industrial
153.380   Industrial
153.395   Industrial
153.410   Water and Power Utilities
153.425   Water and Power Utilities
153.440   Utilities/Petroleum Products
153.455   Water and Power Utilities
153.470   Water and Power Utilities
153.485   Water and Power Utilities
153.500   Utilities/Petroleum Products
153.515   Water and Power Utilities
153.530   Water and Power Utilities
153.545   Water and Power Utilities
153.560   Utilities/Petroleum Products
153.575   Water and Power Utilities
153.590   Water and Power Utilities
153.605   Water and Power Utilities
153.620   Utilities/Petroleum Products
153.635   Water and Power Utilities
153.650   Water and Power Utilities
153.665   Water and Power Utilities
153.680   Utilities/Petroleum Products
153.695   Water and Power Utilities
153.710   Water and Power Utilities
153.725   Water and Power Utilities
153.740   Local Government Mobile
153.755   Local Government Mobile
153.770   Fire Mobile
153.785   Local Government
153.800   Local Government Mobile
153.815   Local Government Mobile
153.830   Fire
153.845   Local Government Mobile
153.860   Local Government Mobile
153.875   Local Government Mobile
153.890   Fire
153.905   Local Government Mobile
153.920   Local Government Mobile
153.935   Local Government Mobile
153.950   Fire Mobile
153.965   Local Government Mobile
153.980   Local Government Mobile
153.995   Local Government Mobile
154.010   Fire Mobile
154.025   Local Government
154.040   Local Government
154.055   Local Government
154.070   Fire Mobile
154.085   Local Government
154.100   Local Government
154.115   Local Government
154.130   Fire
154.145   Fire
154.160   Fire
154.175   Fire
154.190   Fire
154.205   Fire
154.220   Fire
154.235   Fire
154.250   Fire
154.265   Fire
154.280   Fire
154.295   Fire
154.310   Fire
154.325   Fire
154.340   Fire
154.355   Fire
154.370   Fire
154.385   Fire
154.400   Fire
154.415   Fire
154.430   Fire
154.445   Fire
154.490   Special Industrial
154.515   Business
154.540   Business
154.570   Business 2-Watt
154.600   Business 2-Watt
154.625   Business Paging
154.650   Police Mobile
154.665   State Police
154.680   State Police
154.695   State Police
154.710   Police Mobile
154.725   Police
154.740   Police
154.755   Police
154.770   Police Mobile
154.785   Police
154.800   Police
154.815   Police
154.830   Police Mobile
154.845   Police
154.860   Police
154.875   Police
154.890   Police Mobile
154.905   State Police
154.920   State Police
154.935   State Police
154.950   Police Mobile
154.965   Local Government
154.980   Local Government
154.995   Local Government
155.010   Police
155.025   Local Government
155.040   Local Government
155.055   Local Government
155.070   Police
155.085   Local Government
155.100   Local Government
155.115   Local Government
155.130   Police
155.145   Local Government
155.160   Special Emergency
155.175   Special Emergency
155.190   Police
155.205   Special Emergency
155.220   Special Emergency
155.235   Special Emergency
155.250   Police
155.265   Special Emergency
155.280   Special Emergency
155.295   Special Emergency
155.310   Police
155.325   EMS Hospital
155.340   EMS Hospital
155.355   EMS Hospital
155.370   Police
155.385   EMS Hospital
155.400   EMS Hospital
155.415   Police
155.430   Police
155.445   State Police
155.460   State Police
155.475   Police-IntSys
155.490   Police
155.505   State Police
155.520   Police
155.535   Police
155.550   Police
155.565   Police
155.580   Police
155.595   Police
155.610   Police
155.625   Police
155.640   Police
155.655   Police
155.670   Police
155.685   Police
155.700   Police
155.715   Local Government
155.730   Police
155.745   Local Government
155.760   Local Government
155.775   Local Government
155.790   Police
155.805   Local Government
155.820   Local Government
155.835   Local Government
155.850   Police Mobile
155.865   Local Government
155.880   Local Government
155.895   Local Government
155.910   Police Mobile
155.925   Local Government
155.940   Local Government
155.955   Local Government
155.970   Police Mobile
155.985   Local Government Mobile
156.000   Local Government Mobile
156.015   Local Government Mobile
156.030   Police Mobile
156.045   Highway Maint Mobile
156.060   Highway Maint Mobile
156.075   Highway Maint Mobile
156.090   Police Mobile
156.105   Highway Maint
156.120   Highway Maint
156.135   Highway Maint
156.150   Police Mobile
156.165   Highway Maint
156.180   Highway Maint
156.195   Highway Maint
156.210   Police
156.225   Highway Maint
156.240   Highway Maint
156.255   Petroleum Products
156.275   Maritime Limited Coast Private   Ch. 65
156.300   Maritime Shipboard Ch. 06
156.325   Maritime Limited Coast Private   Ch.   66
156.350   Maritime Limited Coast Private   Ch.   07
156.375   Maritime Limited Coast Private   Ch.   67
156.400   Maritime Limited Coast Private   Ch.   08
156.425   Maritime Limited Coast Private   Ch.   68
156.450   Maritime Limited Coast Private   Ch.   09
156.475   Maritime Limited Coast Private   Ch.   69
156.500   Maritime Limited Coast Private   Ch.   10
156.525   Maritime Shipboard Ch. 70
156.550   Maritime Limited Coast Private   Ch. 11
156.575   Maritime Limited Coast Private   Ch. 71
156.600   Maritime Limited Coast Private   Ch. 12
156.625   Maritime Shipboard Ch. 72
156.650   Maritime Limited Coast Private   Ch.   13
156.675   Maritime Limited Coast Private   Ch.   73
156.700   Maritime Limited Coast Private   Ch.   14
156.725   Maritime Limited Coast Private   Ch.   74
156.750   Maritime Limited Coast Private   Ch.   15
156.800   Maritime Limited Coast Private   Ch.   16
156.850   Maritime Limited Coast Private   Ch.   17
156.875   Maritime Shipboard Ch. 77
156.900   Maritime Limited Coast Private   Ch.   18
156.925   Maritime Limited Coast Private   Ch.   78
156.950   Maritime Limited Coast Private   Ch.   19
156.975   Maritime Limited Coast Private   Ch.   79
157.000   Maritime Limited Coast Private   Ch.   20
157.025   Maritime Limited Coast Private   Ch.   80
157.050   Maritime Government Ch. 21
157.075   Maritime Government Ch. 81
157.100   Maritime Government Ch. 22
157.125   Maritime Government Ch. 82
157.150   Maritime Government Ch. 23
157.175   Maritime Government Ch. 83
157.200   Maritime Public Coast (Telco)   Ch.   24
157.225   Maritime Public Coast (Telco)   Ch.   84
157.250   Maritime Public Coast (Telco)   Ch.   25
157.275   Maritime Public Coast (Telco)   Ch.   85
157.300   Maritime Public Coast (Telco)   Ch.   26
157.325   Maritime Public Coast (Telco)   Ch.   86
157.350   Maritime Public Coast (Telco)   Ch.   27
157.375   Maritime Public Coast (Telco)   Ch.   87
157.400   Maritime Public Coast (Telco)   Ch.   28
157.425   Maritime Shipboard Ch. 88
157.450   Medical Paging
157.470   Auto Emergency
157.485   Auto Emergency
157.500   Auto Emergency
157.515   Auto Emergency
157.530   Taxi Mobile
157.545   Taxi Mobile
157.560   Taxi Mobile
157.575   Taxi Mobile
157.590   Taxi Mobile
157.605   Taxi Mobile
157.620   Taxi Mobile
157.635   Taxi Mobile
157.650   Taxi Mobile
157.665   Taxi Mobile
157.680   Taxi Mobile
157.695   Taxi Mobile
157.710   Taxi Mobile
157.740   Business Paging
157.770   Mobile Telephone Telco Mobile   Ch.   JL
157.800   Mobile Telephone Telco Mobile   Ch.   YL
157.830   Mobile Telephone Telco Mobile   Ch.   JP
157.860   Mobile Telephone Telco Mobile   Ch.   YP
157.890   Mobile Telephone Telco Mobile   Ch.   YJ
157.920   Mobile Telephone Telco Mobile   Ch.   YK
157.950   Mobile Telephone Telco Mobile   Ch.   JS
157.980   Mobile Telephone Telco Mobile   Ch.   YS
158.010   Mobile Telephone Telco Mobile   Ch.   YR
158.040   Mobile Telephone Telco Mobile   Ch.   JK
158.070   Mobile Telephone Telco Mobile   Ch.   JR
158.100   Mobile Telephone Telco Paging
158.130   Water and Power Utilities
158.145   Water and Power Utilities
158.160   Water and Power Utilities
158.175   Water and Power Utilities
158.190   Water and Power Utilities
158.205   Water and Power Utilities
158.220   Water and Power Utilities
158.235   Water and Power Utilities
158.250   Water and Power Utilities
158.265   Water and Power Utilities
158.280   Industrial
158.295   Industrial Mfgs
158.310   Industrial
158.325   Industrial
158.340   Telephone Maint
158.355   Industrial
158.370   Industrial
158.385   Special Industrial
158.400   Special Industrial
158.415   Industrial
158.430   Industrial
158.445   Petroleum Products Mobile
158.460   Business Paging
158.490   Mobile Telephone RCC Mobile   Ch.   01
158.520   Mobile Telephone RCC Mobile   Ch.   03
158.550   Mobile Telephone RCC Mobile   Ch.   05
158.580   Mobile Telephone RCC Mobile   Ch.   07
158.610   Mobile Telephone RCC Mobile   Ch.   09
158.640   Mobile Telephone RCC Mobile   Ch.   11
158.670   Mobile Telephone RCC Mobile   Ch.   13
158.700   Mobile Telephone RCC Paging
158.730   Police
158.745   Local Government
158.760   Local Government
158.775   Local Government
158.790   Police
158.805   Local Government
158.820   Local Government
158.835   Local Government
158.850   Police
158.865   Local Government
158.880   Local Government
158.895   Local Government
158.910   Police
158.925   Local Government
158.940   Local Government
158.955   Local Government
158.970   Police
158.985   Highway Maint
159.000   Highway Maint
159.015   Highway Maint
159.030   Police
159.045   Highway Maint
159.060   Highway Maint
159.075   Highway Maint
159.090   Police
159.105   Highway Maint
159.120   Highway Maint
159.135   Highway Maint
159.150   Police
159.165   Highway Maint
159.180   Highway Maint
159.195   Highway Maint
159.210   Police
159.225   Forestry Conservation
159.240   Forestry Conservation
159.255   Forestry Conservation
159.270   Forestry Conservation
159.285   Forestry Conservation
159.300   Forestry Conservation
159.315   Forestry Conservation
159.330   Forestry Conservation
159.345   Forestry Conservation
159.360   Forestry Conservation
159.375   Forestry Conservation
159.390   Forestry Conservation
159.405   Forestry Conservation
159.420   Forestry Conservation
159.435   Forestry Conservation
159.450   Forestry Conservation
159.465   Forestry Conservation
159.480   Petroleum Products
159.495   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.510   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.525   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.540   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.555   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.570   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.585   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.600   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.615   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.630   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.645   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.660   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.675   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.690   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.705   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.720   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.735   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.750   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.765   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.780   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.795   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.810   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.825   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.840   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.855   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.870   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.885   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.900   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.915   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.930   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.945   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.960   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.975   Motor Carrier Trucks
159.990   Motor Carrier Trucks
160.005   Motor Carrier Trucks
160.020   Motor Carrier Trucks
160.035   Motor Carrier Trucks
160.050   Motor Carrier Trucks
160.065   Motor Carrier Trucks
160.080   Motor Carrier Trucks
160.095   Motor Carrier Trucks
160.110   Motor Carrier Trucks
160.125   Motor Carrier Trucks
160.140   Motor Carrier   Trucks
160.155   Motor Carrier   Trucks
160.170   Motor Carrier   Trucks
160.185   Motor Carrier   Trucks
160.200   Motor Carrier   Trucks
160.215   Railroad
160.230   Railroad
160.245   Railroad
160.260   Railroad
160.275   Railroad
160.290   Railroad
160.305   Railroad
160.320   Railroad
160.335   Railroad
160.350   Railroad
160.365   Railroad
160.380   Railroad
160.395   Railroad
160.410   Railroad
160.425   Railroad
160.440   Railroad
160.455   Railroad
160.470   Railroad
160.485   Railroad
160.500   Railroad
160.515   Railroad
160.530   Railroad
160.545   Railroad
160.560   Railroad
160.575   Railroad
160.590   Railroad
160.605   Railroad
160.620   Railroad
160.635   Railroad
160.650   Railroad
160.665   Railroad
160.680   Railroad
160.695   Railroad
160.710   Railroad
160.725   Railroad
160.740   Railroad
160.755   Railroad
160.770   Railroad
160.785   Railroad
160.800   Railroad
160.815   Railroad
160.830   Railroad
160.845   Railroad
160.860   Railroad
160.875   Railroad
160.890   Railroad
160.905   Railroad
160.920   Railroad
160.935   Railroad
160.950   Railroad
160.965   Railroad
160.980   Railroad
160.995                 Railroad
161.010                 Railroad
161.025                 Railroad
161.040                 Railroad
161.055                 Railroad
161.070                 Railroad
161.085                 Railroad
161.100                 Railroad
161.115                 Railroad
161.130                 Railroad
161.145                 Railroad
161.160                 Railroad
161.175                 Railroad
161.190                 Railroad
161.205                 Railroad
161.220                 Railroad
161.235                 Railroad
161.250                 Railroad
161.265                 Railroad
161.280                 Railroad
161.295                 Railroad
161.310                 Railroad
161.325                 Railroad
161.340                 Railroad
161.355                 Railroad
161.370                 Railroad
161.385                 Railroad
161.400                 Railroad
161.415                 Railroad
161.430                 Railroad
161.445                 Railroad
161.460                 Railroad
161.475                 Railroad
161.490                 Railroad
161.505                 Railroad
161.520                 Railroad
161.535                 Railroad
161.550                 Railroad
161.565                 Railroad
161.580                 Petroleum Products
161.640   -   161.760   Broadcast Pickups
161.800   -   162.000   Maritime Public Coast (Telco) Shore
162.025   -   174.000   (mostly various US Government)
174.000   -   180.000   VHF TV Ch. 7
180.000   -   186.000   VHF TV Ch. 8
186.000   -   192.000   VHF TV Ch. 9
192.000   -   198.000   VHF TV Ch. 10
198.000   -   204.000   VHF TV Ch. 11
204.000   -   210.000   VHF TV Ch. 12
210.000   -   216.000   VHF TV Ch. 13
216.000   -   225.000   Radiolocation service - Primary
220.000   -   225.000   Amateur 1.25 Meters - Secondary
225.000   -   250.000   ???
250.000   -   400.000   DoD Aero
400.000   -   406.000   ???
406.000   -   420.000   various US Government
420.000   -   450.000   Amateur 70 Centimeters
450.050    Broadcast   Pickup
450.0875   Broadcast   Pickup
450.1125   Broadcast   Pickup
450.1375   Broadcast   Pickup
450.150    Broadcast   Pickup
450.1625   Broadcast   Pickup
450.1875   Broadcast   Pickup
450.2125   Broadcast   Pickup
450.2375   Broadcast   Pickup
450.250    Broadcast   Pickup
450.2625   Broadcast   Pickup
450.2875   Broadcast   Pickup
450.3125   Broadcast   Pickup
450.3375   Broadcast   Pickup
450.350    Broadcast   Pickup
450.3625   Broadcast   Pickup
450.3875   Broadcast   Pickup
450.4125   Broadcast   Pickup
450.4375   Broadcast   Pickup
450.450    Broadcast   Pickup
450.4625   Broadcast   Pickup
450.4875   Broadcast   Pickup
450.5125   Broadcast   Pickup
450.5375   Broadcast   Pickup
450.550    Broadcast   Pickup
450.5625   Broadcast   Pickup
450.5875   Broadcast   Pickup
450.6125   Broadcast   Pickup
450.6375   Broadcast   Pickup
450.650    Broadcast   Pickup
450.700    Broadcast   Pickup
450.750    Broadcast   Pickup
450.800    Broadcast   Pickup
450.850    Broadcast   Pickup
450.900    Broadcast   Pickup
450.925    Broadcast   Pickup
451.025    Water and   Power
451.050    Water and   Power
451.075    Water and   Power
451.100    Water and   Power
451.125    Water and   Power
451.150    Water and   Power
451.175    Industry
451.200    Water and   Power
451.225    Industry
451.250    Water and   Power
451.275    Industry
451.300    Telephone   Maint
451.325    Telephone   Maint
451.350    Telephone   Maint
451.375    Industry
451.400    Telephone   Maint
451.425    Industry
451.450    Telephone   Maint
451.475    Industry
451.500    Telephone   Maint
451.525    Industry
451.550   Industry
451.575   Industry
451.600   Industry
451.625   Industry
451.650   Industry
451.675   Industry
451.700   Industry
451.725   Special Industrial
451.750   Industry
451.775   Special Industrial
451.800   Special Industrial Telephone MaintINERANT
451.825   Special Industrial
451.850   Special Industrial
451.875   Special Industrial
451.900   Special Industrial
451.925   Special Industrial
451.950   Special Industrial
451.975   Special Industrial
452.000   Special Industrial
452.025   Special Industrial
452.050   Taxi
452.075   Special Industrial
452.100   Taxi
452.125   Special Industrial
452.150   Taxi
452.175   Special Industrial
452.200   Taxi
452.225   Taxi
452.250   Taxi
452.275   Taxi
452.300   Taxi
452.325   Motor Carrier/Railroad
452.350   Taxi
452.375   Motor Carrier/Railroad
452.400   Taxi
452.425   Motor Carrier/Railroad
452.450   Taxi
452.475   Motor Carrier/Railroad
452.500   Taxi
452.525   Auto Club
452.550   Auto Club
452.575   Auto Club
452.600   Auto Club
452.625   Motor Carrier Trucks
452.650   Motor Carrier Trucks
452.675   Motor Carrier Trucks
452.700   Motor Carrier Trucks
452.725   Motor Carrier Trucks
452.750   Motor Carrier Trucks
452.775   Motor Carrier/Railroad
452.800   Motor Carrier Trucks
452.825   Motor Carrier/Railroad
452.850   Motor Carrier Trucks
452.875   Motor Carrier/Railroad
452.900   Railroad
452.925   Railroad
452.950   Railroad
452.975   Relay Press - Newspapers
453.000   Relay Press - Newspapers
453.025   Local Government
453.050   Public Safety
453.075   Local Government
453.100   Public Safety
453.125   Local Government
453.150   Public Safety
453.175   Local Government
453.200   Public Safety
453.225   Local Government
453.250   Public Safety
453.275   Local Government
453.300   Public Safety
453.325   Local Government
453.350   Public Safety
453.375   Local Government
453.400   Public Safety
453.425   Local Government
453.450   Public Safety
453.475   Local Government
453.500   Public Safety
453.525   Local Government
453.550   Public Safety
453.575   Local Government
453.600   Public Safety
453.625   Local Government
453.650   Public Safety
453.675   Local Government
453.700   Public Safety
453.725   Local Government
453.750   Public Safety
453.775   Local Government
453.800   Public Safety
453.825   Local Government
453.850   Public Safety
453.875   Local Government
453.900   Public Safety
453.925   Local Government
453.950   Public Safety
453.975   Local Government
454.000   Petroleum Products
454.025   Mobile Telephone RCC Base Ch. 21
454.050   Mobile Telephone RCC Base Ch. 22
454.075   Mobile Telephone RCC Base Ch. 23
454.100   Mobile Telephone RCC Base Ch. 24
454.125   Mobile Telephone RCC Base Ch. 25
454.150   Mobile Telephone RCC Base Ch. 26
454.175   Mobile Telephone RCC Base Ch. 27
454.200   Mobile Telephone RCC Base Ch. 28
454.225   Mobile Telephone RCC Base Ch. 29
454.250   Mobile Telephone RCC Base Ch. 30
454.275   Mobile Telephone RCC Base Ch. 31
454.300   Mobile Telephone RCC Base Ch. 32
454.325   Mobile Telephone RCC Base Ch. 33
454.350   Mobile Telephone RCC Base Ch. 34
454.375   Mobile Telephone Telco Base Ch. QC
454.400    Mobile Telephone   Telco Base Ch. QJ
454.425    Mobile Telephone   Telco Base Ch. QD
454.450    Mobile Telephone   Telco Base Ch. QA
454.475    Mobile Telephone   Telco Base Ch. QE
454.500    Mobile Telephone   Telco Base Ch. QP
454.525    Mobile Telephone   Telco Base Ch. QK
454.550    Mobile Telephone   Telco Base Ch. QB
454.575    Mobile Telephone   Telco Base Ch. QO
454.600    Mobile Telephone   Telco Base Ch. QR
454.625    Mobile Telephone   Telco Base Ch. QY
454.650    Mobile Telephone   Telco Base Ch. QF
454.675    Mobile Telephone   Air Base Ch. SETUP
454.700    Mobile Telephone   Air Base Ch. 6
454.725    Mobile Telephone   Air Base Ch. 7
454.750    Mobile Telephone   Air Base Ch. 5
454.775    Mobile Telephone   Air Base Ch. 8
454.800    Mobile Telephone   Air Base Ch. 4
454.825    Mobile Telephone   Air Base Ch. 9
454.850    Mobile Telephone   Air Base Ch. 3
454.875    Mobile Telephone   Air Base Ch. 10
454.900    Mobile Telephone   Air Base Ch. 2
454.925    Mobile Telephone   Air Base Ch. 11
454.950    Mobile Telephone   Air Base Ch. 1
454.975    Mobile Telephone   Air Base Ch. 12
455.050    Broadcast Pickup
455.0875   Broadcast Pickup
455.1125   Broadcast Pickup
455.1375   Broadcast Pickup
455.150    Broadcast Pickup
455.1625   Broadcast Pickup
455.1875   Broadcast Pickup
455.2125   Broadcast Pickup
455.2375   Broadcast Pickup
455.250    Broadcast Pickup
455.2625   Broadcast Pickup
455.2875   Broadcast Pickup
455.3125   Broadcast Pickup
455.3375   Broadcast Pickup
455.350    Broadcast Pickup
455.3625   Broadcast Pickup
455.3875   Broadcast Pickup
455.4125   Broadcast Pickup
455.4375   Broadcast Pickup
455.450    Broadcast Pickup
455.4625   Broadcast Pickup
455.4875   Broadcast Pickup
455.5125   Broadcast Pickup
455.5375   Broadcast Pickup
455.550    Broadcast Pickup
455.5625   Broadcast Pickup
455.5875   Broadcast Pickup
455.6125   Broadcast Pickup
455.6375   Broadcast Pickup
455.650    Broadcast Pickup
455.700    Broadcast Pickup
455.750    Broadcast Pickup
455.800    Broadcast Pickup
455.850   Broadcast Pickup
455.900   Broadcast Pickup
455.925   Broadcast Pickup
456.025   Water and Power
456.050   Water and Power
456.075   Water and Power
456.100   Water and Power
456.125   Water and Power
456.150   Water and Power
456.175   Industry
456.200   Water and Power
456.225   Industry
456.250   Water and Power
456.275   Industry
456.300   Telephone Maint
456.325   Telephone Maint
456.350   Telephone Maint
456.375   Industry
456.400   Telephone Maint
456.425   Industry
456.450   Telephone Maint
456.475   Industry
456.500   Telephone Maint
456.525   Industry
456.550   Industry
456.575   Industry
456.600   Industry
456.625   Industry
456.650   Industry
456.675   Industry
456.700   Industry
456.725   Special Industrial
456.750   Industry
456.775   Special Industrial
456.800   Special Industrial Telephone MaintINERANT
456.825   Special Industrial
456.850   Special Industrial
456.875   Special Industrial
456.900   Special Industrial
456.925   Special Industrial
456.950   Special Industrial
456.975   Special Industrial
457.000   Special Industrial
457.025   Special Industrial
457.050   Taxi
457.075   Special Industrial
457.100   Taxi
457.125   Special Industrial
457.150   Taxi
457.175   Special Industrial
457.200   Taxi
457.225   Taxi
457.250   Taxi
457.275   Taxi
457.300   Taxi
457.325   Motor Carrier/Railroad
457.350   Taxi
457.375   Motor Carrier/Railroad
457.400   Taxi
457.425   Motor Carrier/Railroad
457.450   Taxi
457.475   Motor Carrier/Railroad
457.500   Taxi
457.525   Business Low Power
457.550   Business Low Power
457.575   Business Low Power
457.600   Business Low Power
457.625   Motor Carrier Trucks
457.650   Motor Carrier Trucks
457.675   Motor Carrier Trucks
457.700   Motor Carrier Trucks
457.725   Motor Carrier Trucks
457.750   Motor Carrier Trucks
457.775   Motor Carrier/Railroad
457.800   Motor Carrier Trucks
457.825   Motor Carrier/Railroad
457.850   Motor Carrier Trucks
457.875   Motor Carrier/Railroad
457.900   Railroad
457.925   Railroad
457.950   Railroad
457.975   Relay Press - Newspapers
458.000   Relay Press - Newspapers
458.025   Medical 5W
458.050   Public Safety
458.075   Medical 5W
458.100   Public Safety
458.125   Medical 5W
458.150   Public Safety
458.175   Medical 5W
458.200   Public Safety
458.225   Local Government
458.250   Public Safety
458.275   Local Government
458.300   Public Safety
458.325   Local Government
458.350   Public Safety
458.375   Local Government
458.400   Public Safety
458.425   Local Government
458.450   Public Safety
458.475   Local Government
458.500   Public Safety
458.525   Local Government
458.550   Public Safety
458.575   Local Government
458.600   Public Safety
458.625   Local Government
458.650   Public Safety
458.675   Local Government
458.700   Public Safety
458.725   Local Government
458.750   Public Safety
458.775   Local Government
458.800   Public Safety
458.825   Local Government
458.850   Public Safety
458.875   Local Government
458.900   Public Safety
458.925   Local Government
458.950   Public Safety
458.975   Local Government
459.000   Petroleum Products
459.025   Mobile Telephone RCC Mobile Ch. 21
459.050   Mobile Telephone RCC Mobile Ch. 22
459.075   Mobile Telephone RCC Mobile Ch. 23
459.100   Mobile Telephone RCC Mobile Ch. 24
459.125   Mobile Telephone RCC Mobile Ch. 25
459.150   Mobile Telephone RCC Mobile Ch. 26
459.175   Mobile Telephone RCC Mobile Ch. 27
459.200   Mobile Telephone RCC Mobile Ch. 28
459.225   Mobile Telephone RCC Mobile Ch. 29
459.250   Mobile Telephone RCC Mobile Ch. 30
459.275   Mobile Telephone RCC Mobile Ch. 31
459.300   Mobile Telephone RCC Mobile Ch. 32
459.325   Mobile Telephone RCC Mobile Ch. 33
459.350   Mobile Telephone RCC Mobile Ch. 34
459.375   Mobile Telephone Telco Mobile Ch. QC
459.400   Mobile Telephone Telco Mobile Ch. QJ
459.425   Mobile Telephone Telco Mobile Ch. QD
459.450   Mobile Telephone Telco Mobile Ch. QA
459.475   Mobile Telephone Telco Mobile Ch. QE
459.500   Mobile Telephone Telco Mobile Ch. QP
459.525   Mobile Telephone Telco Mobile Ch. QK
459.550   Mobile Telephone Telco Mobile Ch. QB
459.575   Mobile Telephone Telco Mobile Ch. QO
459.600   Mobile Telephone Telco Mobile Ch. QR
459.625   Mobile Telephone Telco Mobile Ch. QY
459.650   Mobile Telephone Telco Mobile Ch. QF
459.675   Mobile Telephone Air Mobile Ch. SETUP
459.700   Mobile Telephone Air Mobile Ch. 6
459.725   Mobile Telephone Air Mobile Ch. 7
459.750   Mobile Telephone Air Mobile Ch. 5
459.775   Mobile Telephone Air Mobile Ch. 8
459.800   Mobile Telephone Air Mobile Ch. 4
459.825   Mobile Telephone Air Mobile Ch. 9
459.850   Mobile Telephone Air Mobile Ch. 3
459.875   Mobile Telephone Air Mobile Ch. 10
459.900   Mobile Telephone Air Mobile Ch. 2
459.925   Mobile Telephone Air Mobile Ch. 11
459.950   Mobile Telephone Air Mobile Ch. 1
459.975   Mobile Telephone Air Mobile Ch. 12
460.000   Police
460.025   Police
460.050   Police
460.075   Police
460.100   Police
460.125   Police
460.150   Police
460.175   Police
460.200   Police
460.225   Police
460.250   Police
460.275   Police
460.300   Police
460.325   Police
460.350   Police
460.375   Police
460.400   Police
460.425   Police
460.450   Police
460.475   Police
460.500   Police
460.525   Public Safety
460.550   Public Safety
460.575   Fire
460.600   Fire
460.625   Fire
460.650   Business - Airline
460.675   Business - Airline
460.700   Business - Airline
460.725   Business - Airline
460.750   Business - Airline
460.775   Business - Airline
460.800   Business - Airline
460.825   Business - Airline
460.850   Business - Airline
460.875   Business - Airline
460.900   Business - Central   Alarms
460.925   Business - Central   Alarms
460.950   Business - Central   Alarms
460.975   Business - Central   Alarms
461.000   Business
461.025   Business
461.050   Business
461.075   Business
461.100   Business
461.125   Business
461.150   Business
461.175   Business
461.200   Business
461.225   Business
461.250   Business
461.275   Business
461.300   Business
461.325   Business
461.350   Business
461.375   Business
461.400   Business
461.425   Business
461.450   Business
461.475   Business
461.500   Business
461.525   Business
461.550   Business
461.575   Business
461.600   Business
461.625   Business
461.650   Business
461.675   Business
461.700   Business
461.725   Business
461.750   Business
461.775   Business
461.800   Business
461.825   Business
461.850   Business
461.875   Business
461.900   Business
461.925   Business
461.950   Business
461.975   Business
462.000   Business
462.025   Business
462.050   Business
462.075   Business
462.100   Business
462.125   Business
462.150   Business
462.175   Business
462.200   Manufacturers
462.225   Manufacturers
462.250   Manufacturers
462.275   Manufacturers
462.300   Manufacturers
462.325   Manufacturers
462.350   Manufacturers
462.375   Manufacturers
462.400   Manufacturers
462.425   Manufacturers
462.450   Manufacturers
462.475   Industry
462.500   Manufacturers
462.525   Industry
462.550   GMRS
462.575   GMRS
462.600   GMRS
462.625   GMRS
462.650   GMRS
462.675   GMRS
462.700   GMRS
462.725   GMRS
462.750   Business
462.775   Business
462.800   Business
462.825   Business
462.850   Business
462.875   Business
462.900   Business
462.925   Business
462.950   MED-9/DISP-1
462.975   MED-10/DISP-2
463.000   MED-1
463.025   MED-2
463.050   MED-3
463.075   MED-4
463.100   MED-5
463.125   MED-6
463.150   MED-7
463.175   MED-8
463.200   Business
463.225   Business
463.250   Business
463.275   Business
463.300   Business
463.325   Business
463.350   Business
463.375   Business
463.400   Business
463.425   Business
463.450   Business
463.475   Business
463.500   Business
463.525   Business
463.550   Business
463.575   Business
463.600   Business
463.625   Business
463.650   Business
463.675   Business
463.700   Business
463.725   Business
463.750   Business
463.775   Business
463.800   Business
463.825   Business
463.850   Business
463.875   Business
463.900   Business
463.925   Business
463.950   Business
463.975   Business
464.000   Business
464.025   Business
464.050   Business
464.075   Business
464.100   Business
464.125   Business
464.150   Business
464.175   Business
464.200   Business
464.225   Business
464.250   Business
464.275   Business
464.300   Business
464.325   Business
464.350   Business
464.375   Business
464.400   Business
464.425   Business
464.450   Business
464.475   Business
464.500   Business
464.525   Business
464.550   Business
464.575   Business
464.600   Business
464.625   Business
464.650   Business
464.675   Business
464.700   Business
464.725   Business
464.750   Business
464.775   Business
464.800   Business
464.800   Business
464.825   Business
464.850   Business
464.875   Business
464.900   Business
464.925   Business
464.950   Business
464.975   Business
465.000   Business
465.000   Police
465.025   Police
465.050   Police
465.075   Police
465.100   Police
465.125   Police
465.150   Police
465.175   Police
465.200   Police
465.225   Police
465.250   Police
465.275   Police
465.300   Police
465.325   Police
465.350   Police
465.375   Police
465.400   Police
465.425   Police
465.450   Police
465.475   Police
465.500   Police
465.525   Public Safety
465.550   Public Safety
465.575   Fire
465.600   Fire
465.625   Fire
465.650   Business - Airline
465.675   Business - Airline
465.700   Business - Airline
465.725   Business - Airline
465.750   Business - Airline
465.775   Business - Airline
465.800   Business - Airline
465.825   Business - Airline
465.850   Business - Airline
465.875   Business - Airline
465.900   Business - Central   Alarms
465.925   Business - Central   Alarms
465.950   Business - Central   Alarms
465.975   Business - Central   Alarms
466.000   Business
466.025   Business
466.050   Business
466.075   Business
466.100   Business
466.125   Business
466.150   Business
466.175   Business
466.200   Business
466.225   Business
466.250   Business
466.275   Business
466.300   Business
466.325   Business
466.350   Business
466.375   Business
466.400   Business
466.425   Business
466.450   Business
466.475   Business
466.500   Business
466.525   Business
466.550   Business
466.575   Business
466.600   Business
466.625   Business
466.650   Business
466.675   Business
466.700   Business
466.725   Business
466.750   Business
466.775   Business
466.800   Business
466.825   Business
466.850   Business
466.875   Business
466.900   Business
466.925   Business
466.950   Business
466.975   Business
467.000   Business
467.025   Business
467.050   Business
467.075   Business
467.100   Business
467.125   Business
467.150   Business
467.175   Business
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467.225   Manufacturers
467.250   Manufacturers
467.275   Manufacturers
467.300   Manufacturers
467.325   Manufacturers
467.350   Manufacturers
467.375   Manufacturers
467.400   Manufacturers
467.425   Manufacturers
467.450   Manufacturers
467.475   Industry
467.500   Manufacturers
467.525   Industry
467.550   GMRS
467.575   GMRS
467.600   GMRS
467.625   GMRS
467.650   GMRS
467.675   GMRS
467.700   GMRS
467.725   GMRS
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467.775   Business Low Power
467.800   Business Low Power
467.825   Business Low Power
467.850   Business Low Power
467.875   Business Low Power
467.900   Business Low Power
467.925   Business Low Power
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468.025   MED-2
468.050   MED-3
468.075   MED-4
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468.225   Business
468.250   Business
468.275   Business
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468.350   Business
468.375   Business
468.400   Business
468.425   Business
468.450   Business
468.475   Business
468.500   Business
468.525   Business
468.550   Business
468.575   Business
468.600   Business
468.625   Business
468.650   Business
468.675   Business
468.700   Business
468.725                 Business
468.750                 Business
468.775                 Business
468.800                 Business
468.825                 Business
468.850                 Business
468.875                 Business
468.900                 Business
468.925                 Business
468.950                 Business
468.975                 Business
469.000                 Business
469.025                 Business
469.050                 Business
469.075                 Business
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469.150                 Business
469.175                 Business
469.200                 Business
469.225                 Business
469.250                 Business
469.275                 Business
469.300                 Business
469.325                 Business
469.350                 Business
469.375                 Business
469.400                 Business
469.425                 Business
469.450                 Business
469.475                 Business
469.500                 Business
469.525                 Business
469.550                 Business
469.575                 Business
469.600                 Business
469.625                 Business
469.650                 Business
469.675                 Business
469.700                 Business
469.725                 Business
469.750                 Business
469.775                 Business
469.800                 Business
469.800                 Business
469.825                 Business
469.850                 Business
469.875                 Business
469.900                 Business
469.925                 Business
469.950                 Business
469.975                 Business
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470.000   -   480.000   Expanded (Large Metro) Public Safety & Comm.
476.000   -   482.000   UHF TV Ch. 15
482.000   -   488.000   UHF TV Ch. 16
488.000   -   494.000   UHF TV Ch. 17
494.000   -   500.000   UHF TV Ch. 18
500.000   -   506.000   UHF TV Ch. 19
506.000   -   512.000   UHF TV Ch. 20
512.000   -   518.000   UHF TV Ch. 21
518.000   -   524.000   UHF TV Ch. 22
524.000   -   530.000   UHF TV Ch. 23
530.000   -   536.000   UHF TV Ch. 24
536.000   -   542.000   UHF TV Ch. 25
542.000   -   548.000   UHF TV Ch. 26
548.000   -   554.000   UHF TV Ch. 27
554.000   -   560.000   UHF TV Ch. 28
560.000   -   566.000   UHF TV Ch. 29
566.000   -   572.000   UHF TV Ch. 30
572.000   -   578.000   UHF TV Ch. 31
578.000   -   584.000   UHF TV Ch. 32
584.000   -   590.000   UHF TV Ch. 33
590.000   -   596.000   UHF TV Ch. 34
596.000   -   602.000   UHF TV Ch. 35
602.000   -   608.000   UHF TV Ch. 36
608.000   -   614.000   UHF TV Ch. 37
614.000   -   620.000   UHF TV Ch. 38
620.000   -   626.000   UHF TV Ch. 39
626.000   -   632.000   UHF TV Ch. 40
632.000   -   638.000   UHF TV Ch. 41
638.000   -   644.000   UHF TV Ch. 42
644.000   -   650.000   UHF TV Ch. 43
650.000   -   656.000   UHF TV Ch. 44
656.000   -   662.000   UHF TV Ch. 45
662.000   -   668.000   UHF TV Ch. 46
668.000   -   674.000   UHF TV Ch. 47
674.000   -   680.000   UHF TV Ch. 48
680.000   -   686.000   UHF TV Ch. 49
686.000   -   692.000   UHF TV Ch. 50
692.000   -   698.000   UHF TV Ch. 51
698.000   -   704.000   UHF TV Ch. 52
704.000   -   710.000   UHF TV Ch. 53
710.000   -   716.000   UHF TV Ch. 54
716.000   -   722.000   UHF TV Ch. 55
722.000   -   728.000   UHF TV Ch. 56
728.000   -   734.000   UHF TV Ch. 57
734.000   -   740.000   UHF TV Ch. 58
740.000   -   746.000   UHF TV Ch. 59
746.000   -   752.000   UHF TV Ch. 60
752.000   -   758.000   UHF TV Ch. 61
758.000   -   764.000   UHF TV Ch. 62
764.000   -   770.000   UHF TV Ch. 63
770.000   -   776.000   UHF TV Ch. 64
776.000   -   782.000   UHF TV Ch. 65
782.000   -   788.000   UHF TV Ch. 66
788.000   -   794.000   UHF TV Ch. 67
794.000   -   800.000   UHF TV Ch. 68
800.000   -   806.000   UHF TV Ch. 69
806.000   -   810.000   Conventional System Business Mobile
810.000   -   816.000   Slow-growth System Public Safety Mobile
816.000   -   821.000   SMR Trunked System Business Mobile
821.000   -   825.000   Land Mobile Satellite Service Mobile
824.000   -   835.000   CMT Non-wireline Mobile
835.000    -     845.000    CMT Wireline Mobile
845.000    -     846.5000   CMT Non-wireline Mobile
846.500    -     849.000    CMT Wireline Mobile
849.000    -     851.000    Land Mobile Satellite Mobile Reserved
851.000    -     855.000    Conventional System Business Base
855.000    -     861.000    Slow-growth Public Safety Base
861.000    -     866.000    SMR Trunked System Business Base
866.000    -     870.000    Land Mobile Satellite Service Base
869.000    -     880.000    CMT Non-wireline Base
880.000    -     890.000    CMT Wireline Base
890.000    -     891.500    CMT Non-wireline Base
891.500    -     894.000    CMT Wireline Base
894.000    -     896.000    Land Mobile Satellite Base Reserved
895.500    -     899.750    Industrial Land Transportation
896.000    -     898.500    Business LMR
899.750    -     901.000    Business
901.000    -     902.000    General Purpose Mobile Radio
902.000    -     928.000    Amateur 33 Centimeters
928.0125   -     928.3375   Domestic Pub. Radio Svc. Private Multi-Address
928.3625   -     928.8375   Domestic Pub. Radio Svc. Reserved
928.8625   -     928.9875   Domestic Pub. Radio Svc. Wide Area Paging
929.0125   -     929.7375   Domestic Pub. Radio Svc. Reserved
929.7625   -     929.9875   Domestic Pub. Radio Svc. Telco / Utility Paging
930.000    -     931.000    Domestic Pub. Radio Svc. Advanced Techn. Paging
931.000    -     932.000    Domestic Pub. Radio Svc. Common Carrier Paging
932.000    -     935.000    Government Private Shared Operation Fixed Sys.
935.000    -     937.500    Business SMR
937.500    -     938.750    Industrial Land Transportation
938.750    -     940.000    Business
940.000    -     941.000    General Purpose Mobile Radio
941.000    -     944.000    Government Private Shared Operation Fixed Sys.
944.000    -     947.000    Broadcast Radio Studio-Xmtr Link Intercity
947.000    -     952.000    Broadcast Radio Auxiliary STL
952.100    -     952.700    Private Microwave Service Omnidir. Control
952.800    -     956.100    Private Microwave Service Operation Fixed Sys.
956.2625   -     956.4375   Private Fixed Service Signaling and Control
956.500    -     959.800    Private Microwave Service Operation Fixed Sys.
959.8625   -     959.9875   Common Carrier Radio Service Wide Area Paging
960.000    -    1215.000    Aviation Service NAVAID/DME
960.000    -    1350.000    Land-based Aero NAV
1240.000    -   1300.000    Amateur 23 Centimeters
1350.000    -   1400.000    DoD
1400.000    -   1427.000    Radio Astronomy
1427.000    -   1429.000    Land Mobile - Police, Fire, Forestry, R/R
1429.000    -   1435.000    DoD
1435.000    -   1535.000    Telemetry
1535.000    -   1543.000    SAT - Maritime Mobile
1605.000    -   1800.000    Radio Location
1660.000    -   1670.000    Radio Astronomy
1660.000    -   1700.000    Meteo - Radiosond
1700.000    -   1710.000    Space - Research
1710.000    -   1850.000    DoD
1990.000    -   2110.000    TV Pick-up


Government frequency usage
From: ftp.ntia.doc.gov/pub

This section summarizes the Federal spectrum use of the various bands between
75-1400 MHz frequency range allocated for Federal Government fixed and mobile
services. Frequency bands that serve a major common function are grouped
together for convenience of discussion.

The information is based jointly on data provided by the Federal agencies and
the data records contained in the NTIA Government Master File (GMF) of frequency
assignments. While some information is presented in terms of the number of
Federal frequency assignments, it should be noted that the number of actual
radio equipment will exceed, and sometimes far exceed, the number of assignments
in a band, since one frequency assignment may represent many radio equipment.
The Federal assignment data used in the spectrum use assessment are current as
of October 1993.

Government frequency usage, 118-137 MHz Band
Internationally and nationally, the 117.975-137 MHz frequency range is allocated
to the aeronautical mobile service on a primary basis. Nationally, the 121.9375-
123.0875 MHz, 128.8125-132.0125 MHz and a portion of the 136-137 MHz frequency
bands, which represent a total bandwidth of 4.85 MHz, are exclusively allocated
for use by non-Federal users. The remaining portion of the overall band is
shared by the Federal Government and non-Federal entities on a co-equal basis.
The entire band has a total bandwidth of 19.025 MHz and 13.675 MHz of bandwidth
is designated for shared use; no portion of this band is allocated exclusively
for Federal Government use.

Aeronautical mobile service spectrum requirements are accommodated mostly in the
HF (3-23 MHz) and VHF (117.975-137 MHz) portion of the radio spectrum. The VHF
band provides the primary communications mode for Air Traffic Service (ATS) and
Aeronautical Operational Control (AOC) safety communications for all areas of
the world where radio line-of-sight services can be established. In the United
States, this band is used by Federal Aviation Administration to provide ATS
safety communications and by users such as the airlines, business aviation, and
general aviation to provide AOC safety communications. Each communications
frequency is re-used as often aas possible (due to the fixed number of available
frequencies) so that continuous coverage can be established to support air
traffic control systems. The FAA maintains an extensive network of over 3,050
VHF radio stations giving reliable coverage over the most areas of the United
States.

138-150.8, 162.0125-174, 220-222 AND 406.1-420 MHz BandS

Federal Government land mobile communication requirements are accommodated in
segments of the following bands which are alloccated to the fixed and mobile
services for non-tactical use: 138-144, 148-149.9, 150.05-150.8, 162.0125-174,
220-222, and 406.1-420 MHz Federal Government agencies use the fixed and mobile
radio systems that operate in these bands to accomplish a variety of missions
that serve the public. The approximately 80,000 frequency assignments throughout
these bands represent over one million Federally-owned radios. Since the
dominant bands used by the Federal agencies for land mobile operations are the
162.0125-174 MHz and 406.1-420 MHz bands, the list of major users presented in
Table D-1 only accounts for these two bands. The "Others" category includes
Federal agencies with 20 or less assignments.
Federal mobile radio systems use a wide range of equipment types in a variety of
geographic environments for voice and data communications. Common types of
equipment include base and repeater stations, mobile stations, and hand-held
portable stations. In nearly all cases, this equipment is the same type of off-
the-shelf equipment used by local and state public safety agencies.

Mission requirements often lead to worldwide and nationwide, as well as local
service areas that range in natural character from remote to urban. Federal
Government missions are mandated by Congress and the President, and generally
have no counterparts outside the Federal Government. The closest are the state
and local governments with similar missions that own and operate their own
systems. The major differences lie in two areas: (1) the national security
operations and wide area safety services of the Federal Government, and (2) the
geographic areas of communication coverage required.

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  Table D-1. Major Federal Users of the 162.0125-174 MHz and 406.1-420 MHz
          Bands.

Total Number of Assignments
  Federal Agency                    162.0125-174 MHz      406.1-420 MHz
  Agriculture                                  9,154              1,555
  Air Force                                    1,645              1,935
  Army                                         3,351              2,243
  Commerce                                     2,300              1,379
  Coast Guard                                    917                308
  Energy                                       2,420              1,816
  Environmental Protection Agency                124          See "Others"
  Federal Aviation Administration              4,024              1,336
  Federal Communications Commission              114                  0
  Federal Emergency Management Agency             25                 26
  Federal Reserve System                          22                 96
  Government Services Administration              73                496
  Health and Human Services                      285                120
  Interior                                     7,929              1,253
  International Boundary Water Commission         55          See "Others"
  Justice                                     17,204              4,358
  Labor                                           52                 48
  Navy                                           396                872
  National Aeronautics and Space Adm.            215                191
  Nuclear Regulatory Commission                  215          See "Others"
  National Science Foundation                     59          See "Others"
  State                                           53                 58
  Smithsonian Institution                         22          See "Others"
  Treasury                                     5,090              1,906
  Transportation                                 238                 35
  Tennessee Valley Authority                     467                285
  United States Information Agency         See "Others"              71
  United State Postal Service                    804                896
  Veterans Administration                        793                343
  "Others"                                       120                513
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Federal Government radio systems support agency mission requirements in the
following broad categories: law enforcement, transportation, natural resources,
emergency and disaster services, utilities, medical, and administrative. Federal
Government radio systems are usually multi-purpose systems; e.g., law
enforcement, natural resource, medical, administration, and utility functions
may be supported on the same radio system, thus increasing their spectrum
efficiency. Federal Government land mobile requirements for each of the above
categories are described in the following subsections.

Government frequency usage, Law Enforcement
Federal law enforcement radio communications requirements include everything
from hand-held portable communications between internal security posts to
nationwide/worldwide airborne communications for drug interdiction and
protection of the President. Federal law enforcement radio communications must
be immediate; delay is not acceptable.

Effective and reliable radio communications are required for safety-of-life and
property protection of Federal building complexes, Federal lands, military
bases, and other types of installations. A major use of dedicated radio
communications is the security of current and former Presidents and family
members, as well as the Vice President and family, and other distinguished
persons including foreign heads of state.

Operations requiring high priority communications include movement of protected
individuals, in response to violent crimes (bank robbery or kidnapping),
undercover surveillance, and arrests. Cases involving counterintelligence,
personal crimes, organized crimes, drug interdiction, fugitives, hostage
situations, terrorism, smuggling, guns and explosives, counterfeiting, fraud,
forgery and tax evasion also require immediate communications. Additionally,
portable radios and body transmitters are used inside prisons for prisoner
control activities, and by special agents to support investigative functions,
and in personnel and property security operations.

Most Federal law enforcement agencies have area offices that are responsible for
activities throughout a geographic region. Repeaters and radio links are
installed to obtain the necessary radio communications coverage within that
region. Repeater systems are installed throughout urban areas in these regions
to permit necessary portable radio communications. Transportable equipment is
provided to respond to impromptu travel requirements in support of personnel
protection or pursuit of criminal cases, special cases, or other major crises
such as Waco, Texas, and the bombing of the New York City World Trade Center in
early 1993.

Federal law enforcement systems require communications with privacy. The
monitoring of clear voice communications by the general public, the news media,
foreign intelligence agents, and criminals has disrupted investigations and
caused life-threatening situations for law enforcement personnel and innocent
victims. Digital encryption, spread spectrum and other techniques are now
utilized to assure transmissions are not compromised.

Installation of radio systems that provide complete coverage of the United
States is not spectrum-efficient. However, the mandated missions of Federal law
enforcement agencies require the capability to deploy and install both permanent
and temporary facilities when and wherever needed, not only nationwide but
worldwide. This is accomplished through agency-dedicated means, including full
and complete control of installations, operations, and maintenance by the
various elements of the law enforcement community.
Government frequency usage, Transportation
Federal activities in aviation, maritime, highways, and railroads have a heavy
investment in both fixed and land mobile operations. Aviation-sector land mobile
applications include maintenance, safety, and inspection using portable and
mobile radios, and repeaters and base station facilities; remote maintenance
monitoring equipment; remote control of robot devices at supply depots; airport
runway light control systems and windshear alert systems. These systems are
installed in airports and airway facilities for management and coordination
activities. The systems use both voice and data to: automated equipment
monitoring; perform safety-of-life, anti-terrorist, and air security functions;
integrate air traffic control communications within the centers and control
towers; and conduct various airport and airfield communications as necessary,
tailored to the needs of each airport/airway location.

Federal maritime management coordination, safety, and law enforcement activities
also use radios operating in Federal land mobile bands. These activities require
nationwide implementation, although many operations are concentrated in
seaports, docks, and waterways of the nation's coastal areas, major rivers, and
the Great Lakes region.

Federal surface transportation operations provide a variety of management and
oversight support to coordinate activities at various highway and rail sites.
Many of these functions are mandated by law and nationwide in scope.

Government frequency usage, Natural Resources
The Federal Government manages its natural resource programs using radio
communications to accomplish Congressionally-mandated missions. Fixed stations,
mobiles, handheld portables, and transportable repeaters and base stations make
up these radio systems. These operations are spread throughout the United States
and Possessions, in suburban, urban and rural sometimes remote and almost
inaccessible areas. Some systems encompass only a few buildings in a city or a
small wildlife refuge. Others encompass large geographical areas, such as, the
national forests, Indian reservations, and national parks; multiple counties or
states, such as the Tennessee Valley Authority; or are nationwide in nature.

These systems provide for the safety of the public and Federal Government
personnel; monitoring and distribution of water; management of timber growth and
harvest; protection, operation, and management of our national parks, national
forests, range and grass lands, wildlife refuges; protection and management of
wildlife and fisheries; recreation; surveying and mapping; protection of Native
Americans and protection and management of their lands; forestry and range
management; and assessment of mineral deposits. Wildlife monitoring and tracking
to protect endangered and threatened species and to control animal damage are
performed in these bands with transmitters as small as dimes or as large as
softballs.

Emergency situations such as fires, hurricanes, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions,
etc., place great demands on the existing communication systems each year and
routinely require the use of emergency backup systems. These emergencies
sometimes require a tenfold expansion of communications facilities in a matter
of hours. This separate function is described in greater depth in the next
section.
Government frequency usage, Emergency and Disaster
Services
The Federal Government provides an array of emergency and disaster response
communications capabilities to protect the American public and resources from
natural disasters and technological hazards. This involves a wide range of
missions including prevention, mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery.

These services involve virtually every department and agency of the Federal
government. Where safety of life and property is at risk, communication systems
that can operate reliably even when normal systems are disrupted are essential.
Spectrum-dependent emergency radio systems are the only systems capable of
providing the essential levels of reliability, mobility, and flexibility during
crises. A significant number of the Federal Government emergency and disaster
response communications systems interface with state and local governments as
well as with national volunteer organizations such as the Red Cross, amateur
radio operators and similar groups. An important consideration in managing these
emergency assets is the need to conduct periodic exercises to ensure they work
when required.

Many specialized emergency requirements have unique spectrum-dependent needs
that must also be satisfied by the nationwide dedication of radio spectrum for
that purpose. As an example, Federal, state, and local government search and
rescue teams deploying to the site of a national emergency or disaster need
reliable communications to locate victims in collapsed buildings, administer
medical and lifesaving treatment and relocate them to safety or medical
facilities.

Providing the communications needed during major natural and technological
emergencies requires a significant quantity of readily deployable land mobile
radio communications. Major natural disasters occur on a continuing basis. Major
disasters, such as Hurricanes Andrew and Hugo, the San Francisco earthquake, and
the recent floods in the Mississippi Valley have required the deployment of
thousands of radios. These have been Federal Government-owned land mobile radios
used to effectively coordinate and provide emergency management during the
readiness, response and recovery phases of major natural and manmade disasters.
Land mobile radios are critical for providing the needed level of flexibility
and survivability required. Dedicated, reliable non-blocked resources are
required to support these time-sensitive, high demand operations to improve
rapid response, to minimize interference, and to safeguard emergency response
personnel and the delivery of life saving services to the general public.

Government frequency usage, Utilities
Federal Government utility operations which provide essential services to both
Federal Government and non-Federal users are also supported in these bands.
These operations include generation of electric power at fossil, hydro, and
nuclear power plants; the distribution of electrical energy and the maintenance
of distribution lines; and the distribution of potable and agricultural waters
and the maintenance of these systems.

The distribution of electrical energy from the generating plants to the load
centers and the interconnection of bulk electrical power supply systems for
reliability and adequacy has required the development of complex, supportive
radio systems. Communications must be of the highest level of reliability,
economically and technically feasible, and must be instantly available for the
successful operation of these electrical power systems.

Radio communications systems are also vital to the operation and maintenance of
water distribution and sewage systems on military bases, water distribution
systems encompassing aqueducts and canals in arid areas, and dams for the
control of flooding. Radio systems provide for collection of water flow and
salinity data and control of irrigation ditch gates and pumping stations for the
management of vast water distribution systems and the maintenance of these
systems. Dam safety data is transmitted to central processing points to provide
early warning of potential dangers and scheduling of maintenance. Day-to-day
operations of these systems with limited field personnel resources provide for
efficient and timely response to changing customer requirements.

The criticality coupled with the remote areas encompassed by many of these
systems have generally precluded the availability of cost effective support from
commercial communications providers.

Government frequency usage, Medical
The Federal Government provides essential land mobile radio communications for
medical facilities. Reliable radio communications are required to provide life-
or-death medical care along with the daily operations of a medical center. Radio
paging communications are essential to obtain doctors and nurses during
emergency situations. Two-way radio communications are required to interact with
local governments to provide security, fire protection and maintenance. Reliable
radio communications are required for local, Federal Government, civilian, and
military medical facilities to interact with each other to provide essential
emergency medical care.

Government frequency usage, Administrative
Administrative communications is the descriptive term for various support type
communications used for administrative management of personnel or material
required in performing Federal Government missions. All Federal Government
agencies employ some type of administrative land mobile communications systems
within their respective departments. Examples of these support communication
systems include base stations for VIP management and control of operations and
test-range safety, wireless microphones, maintenance communications, motor pool,
building guards, and paging. These systems use fixed and transportable base
stations and repeaters, mobiles and handheld portables.

Government frequency usage, Fixed Uses
The Federal Government fixed uses in these bands include the collection of
seismic, meteorological, and hydrologic data for the forecast of volcanic
eruptions and earthquakes; identification of potential fire danger areas; and
prediction of availability of water for agricultural and public use. These data
are provided to state and local officials for planning and emergency operation
purposes. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Weather Radio,
which provides the public with up-to-date weather information, also operates in
the 162-174 MHz band.

Government frequency usage, 216-220 MHz Band
The 216-220 MHz band is allocated to the Federal Government and non-Federal for
the maritime mobile service on a shared, primary, co-equal basis. Fixed and
aeronautical mobile services are also shared by the Federal Government and non-
Federal on a secondary basis. Federal Government radiolocation is also permitted
in the band on a secondary basis, but limited to the military services. Non-
Federal government land mobile operations are also permitted in the band on a
secondary basis.

In the 216-220 MHz band, there is a total of 1160 assignments, approximately 40%
of which are for Federal Government operations. Table D-2 shows the major
Federal users of the band. Any agency with less than 10 assignments is not
included. The Departments of Energy and Interior are the major Federal users,
primarily for telemetry systems in the fixed and mobile services for low power
seismology operations. These systems are deployed throughout the United States.

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        TABLE D-2. Major Federal Users of the 216-220 MHz Band.

Freq. Band    Federal Government Agencies/Total Number of Assignments
  (MHz)     Air Force   Army   Energy   Interior   Navy   NASA   Others
 216-220       21        12      301       101      12     11      19
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Government frequency usage, 225-400 MHz Band
The 225-400 MHz band consists of several band segments. The 225-328.6 MHz and
335.4-399.9 MHz are allocated to the Federal Government for fixed and mobile
services on a primary basis. Some portions of these segments are also allocated
for military mobile-satellite use. The segments 328.6-335.4 MHz and 399.9-400
MHz are allocated to the Federal Government and non-Federal on a shared, primary
basis for aeronautical radionavigation and radionavigation-satellite services,
respectively. Discussions on the latter two services were presented in Section 2
under the radionavigation category.

There are more than 23,000 frequency assignments currently authorized in the
225-328.6 MHz and 335.4-399.9 MHz segments of the band. Seventy-five percent of
the total assignments belong to the DoD, as can be seen in Table D-3. In the
Table, the "Others" category includes those agencies with 20 or less
assignments. The FAA, with 23% of the total assignments, is the other major user
of these portions of the 225-400 MHz band. Seventy percent of the military use
are for air-ground-air, air traffic control, shipboard line-of-sight, and
tactical and strategic forces satellite communications. The FAA's assignments
are in direct support to the military air traffic control.

The 225-400 MHz band is the single most critical spectrum resource for the
military tactical forces, both nationally and within NATO. The DoD operates
approximately 75,000 radio equipments supporting its operational requirements in
the band. Extensive peacetime training and alert exercises are conducted by the
military to maintain their combat readiness. The band is standardized with U.S.
military allies in Europe and elsewhere for interoperability during combined
actions and is extensively used for a wide variety of functions, including
forward area tactical radio relay, airborne, land-based and satellite
communications.

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              TABLE D-3. Major Users of the 225-400 MHz Band.
                   Total Number of Assignments
  Federal Agencies    225-328.6 (MHz)        335.4-399.9 (MHz)
  Air Force               4,555                   2,076
  Army                    2,532                   1,424
  Coast Guard               134                     176
  Energy                     75                      20
  Federal Aviation Adm.   3,537                   1,860
  Navy                    5,153                   1,603
  NASA                       35                      25
  Others                     46                       3
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    The FAA uses the band for the control of DoD aircraft within the National
Airspace because very few military aircraft have VHF aeronautical band radios.
The Coast Guard also uses this band on all its aircraft to support air-ground-
air communications. On every flight, these aircraft actively use and depend upon
channels provided especially in the 380-399.9 MHz portion of the band. An
estimated 45,000 flights per year is made for missions including search and
rescue operations, drug interdiction and other law enforcement, marine
environmental protection, International Ice Patrol, alien interdiction, National
defense, and support of other Federal Government agencies.

Government frequency usage, 932-935 MHz and 941-944 MHz
Bands
Both bands are allocated to the Federal Government and non-Federal for the fixed
service on a shared primary basis. In addition, Government off-shore
radiolocation operation is permitted on a non-interference basis and limited to
the military services. The 932-935 MHz and 941-944 MHz bands are two of the few
bands supporting fixed low-capacity communication links. Spectrum use for every
agency is similar in both the 932-935 MHz and 941-944 MHz bands. Usually, a
transmit frequency in one band has a corresponding receive frequency in the
other band or a paired channel.

The main users of the bands are listed in Table D-4. As shown, FAA and
Agriculture are the dominant users with an approximate combined 76% of the total
assignments in both bands. The other significant users are Energy and Interior.
The "Others" category includes those agencies with 10 or less assignments.

FAA uses these bands for low density communications links (voice and/or data).
The majority of their assignments are authorized for the Low Density Radio
Communication Link (LDRCL) system, which are deployed across the United States,
in support of the National Airspace System. Agriculture's assignments, however,
are concentrated on the West Coast and in the North-central States. These
assignments are in support of their point-to-point, microwave backbone
communications systems. The DOE also operates microwave systems especially in
remote areas of the United States where their operation is not accessible by
telephone. For example, in the control of operation, maintenance, management
and distribution of electric power. In addition, DOE employs telemetering fixed
systems for weather data transfer. These bands also support DOE's emergency
functions. The Interior's backbone microwave systems are directly in support of
law enforcement activities and for their dispatch systems for resource
management and fire suppression.

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     TABLE D-4. Major Users of the 932-935 MHz and 941-944 MHz Bands.

              Total Number of Assignments
  Agency       932-935 MHz     941-944 MHz
  Agriculture     158             153
  Coast Guard      11              11
  Energy           52              48
  FAA             302             305
  Interior         44              45
  Navy             14              15
  Treasury         15              15
  Others           10               8
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Government frequency usage, 1350-1400 MHz Band
This band is allocated exclusively to the Federal Government for fixed, mobile,
and radiolocation services on a primary basis. Federal Government operations in
these services are limited to the military forces, although FAA has few
assignments for surveillance radars needed for air traffic control. In addition,
the discrete frequency at 1381.05 MHz is allocated to the fixed and mobile-
satellite services for space-to-Earth relay of nuclear burst data.

The 1350-1400 MHz band is primarily used by the Army for tactical training. For
example, out of the approximately 690 assignments, about 508 assignments (74%)
belong to the Army in support of tactical radio relay systems. The Air Force
also has assignments for tactical radio relay systems but, the major Air Force
system in this band is the Range Applications Joint Program Office (RAJPO) data
link. This system, which cost about $100 million and also operates in the 1429-
1435 MHz band, provides real-time GPS data to designated military test ranges.
RAJPO is currently the only known system to fully support advanced space weapons
systems development like the Strategic Defense Initiative. Other major systems
supported by RAJPO are advance fighter technology integration, all stealth
developments, advanced tactical aircraft, AEGIS, and sonar and antisubmarine
warfare. The RAJPO has a tuning range capability between 1350-1450 MHz This
system will be deployed at all major military test ranges and provide, in
conjunction with the Global Positioning System, high accuracy position location,
target tracking and other uses.


FM DX
FM radio is situated in a most ideal portion of the electromagnetic spectrum
since it benefits from all types of propagation. Within its 88 to 108 mHz
confines, the listener can experience reception by means of skip, extended
groundwave, tropo and line-of-sight reception of local stations --- all with
beautiful high fidelity monophonic sound, or in full stereo. Adding to the
excitement of FM DX'ing is reception of weak signals by meteor scatter, auroral
DX, or by bouncing off lightning flashes and airplanes. Sometimes these types of
reception cause interference to nearby stations and annoyance when a non-DX'er
is trying to listen to a favorite program! To the DX enthusiast, however, the
presence of unusual reception conditions means that many stations not usually
heard are coming in, with the attendant opportunity to add new stations to his
or her log. The propagation section of this guide will fill you in on the
details.
Not all DX reception is perfect or even "good", as anybody who is serious about
DX'ing soon discovers. Some of the signals --- even on "static-free FM" --- will
be fadey, weak, or suffer from interference, but it is this element of
unpredictability and willingness to listen to FM stations under less than
perfect conditions that helps to make FM DX'ing an exciting pastime. But, from
this writer's experience in hearing over 1500 FM stations from one location
(Duluth, Minnesota) over a number of years, I can attest tothe fact that a high
percentage of what you do receive as DX will come in with dazzling fidelity and
stereo --- more so than the stuff that takes a trained ear and a practiced hand
to get.

In the United States and Canada the FM band contains 100 DX-ready very high
frequency channels, comparable in their reception characteristics to television
channels 2 through 6, with the FM band lying immediately above channel 6 in the
spectrum. In other parts of the world, the FM band is similarly situated, except
for eastern Europe and the USSR, where it is in the 70 mHz region. (Note: In
Poland the FM band is being established in a similar frequency range to North
America; as of last year they were still running both bands and I do not know if
they have any plans to change over entirely -- DA) With thousands of commercial
and educational FM radio stations presently on the air in North America, there
is a lot of potential DX for the serious listener. In addition, thousands of
low-power translator stations are on the air rebroadcasting existing stations on
new frequences. These translators are interesting DX targets on their own.

Many DX enthusiasts, including members of WTFDA, DX all the VHF and UHF bands,
including FM. Others specialize; still others engage in AM radio (broadcast
band) and shortwave DX listening, as well as FM DX'ing. The latter involve
little or no conflict with the DX'er's time, since AM tends to be best during
the winter months, while FM is at its seasonal best during the summertime,
daytime as well as night. Furthermore, students and teachers who are away during
the school year find the opportunity to add to their FM logs when at their homes
during the productive May through September period.

Equipment for FM DX listening need not be elaborate, especially for skip, which
occurs primarily during the early and mid-summer, mainly during the day and
early evening. To test your FM DX receptionability, tune in a weak FM station
and devise experiments to improve the reception of this station. If you have
access to more than one FM receiver, use the set that gives the best reception
of that weak station. If your set uses a line-cord antenna (the old Zenith tube-
type radio with this kind of antenna were popular), place the radio with its
power line extended straight broadside to the station. This type of antenna will
not be suitable for much DX. An upstairs room in a wooden frame house is better
than the basement when using an indoor antenna. If you live in an apartment or a
high-rise building, your best reception will be from the direction your windows
face. If you have a rabbit ears antenna, extend the rods in a flat position, put
the antenna on the window sill, connect the lead-in wire to the antenna
terminals of your radio (forget about using the radio for DX'ing if it lacks
provisions for an outside antenna), and see what weak or distant stations come
in. With such indoor equipment, you should be able to receive DX when conditions
are favorable.

Some people connect their FM radios on TV antennas, and this can be tried. The
best method is by means of an antenna switch, which diverts all of the antenna's
energy to the TV or to the FM set. FM from a TV or even from a combination FM-TV
antenna is, however, a compromise. There is a compromise in time (FM DX may be
good when the rest of the family wants to watch a favorite TV program), and the
FM signal is diminished by virtue of its being received through a system
designed to favor TV reception. A true FM antenna is best.

Just about everyone who enjoys FM for its distance-carrying abilities (and FM,
despite what its detractors have said, is not merely a local broadcast service)
eventually acquires better equipment than that described above. The first item
should be an external FM antenna --- either an all-direction "turnstile" of "S-
type", which can clamp to your existing TV tower or weathervane, or ideally, a
directional "yagi" FM antenna with rotator. These antennas are best bought
either through a radio parts jobber or through a mail order parts company rather
than through a local TV dealer. They can be installed either by the DX'er or by
a professional. Even DX'ers living in apartment buildings are often surprised to
learn how easy it is to obtain a landlord's permission to install rooftop
antennas, despite wording to the contrary in leases. Advice on antenna selection
and erection is available from WTFDA's technical editors and DX'ers who may live
near you, as well as from frequently-appearing technical columns in the VUD.
Ordinarily, it's best to mount your antenna as high as possible. Selection of a
low loss lead-in is also important.

When buying a new receiver, try to select component high fidelity equipment,
such as stereo receiver or tuner with good cross-modulation (90 db or better)
rejection and selectivity. Avoid used equipment that may employ transistors in
the FM front-end that are not field-effect (so-called "bi-polar transistors"),
as well as newer "cheap stereos" that give mediocre performance on FM,
especially if you live in an area close to one or more FM or TV transmitters.
FET's do not overload in the presence of strong local signals as easily as the
bi-polar transistors found in early receivers (and found to this date in almost
all portable radios). Older tube-type FM sets work well too, though lack the
sensitivity of newer receivers. Stereo receivers with crystal or ceramic IF
filters or older monophonic tuners generally have the best selectivity (ability
to tune a weak station clse on the dial to a very strong local signal). Most
modern receivers have more than adequate sensitivity (ability to receive very
weak signals). With increased crowding on the FM dial, it is more necessary than
ever to pay primary attention to selectivity when purchasing a receiver, in
order to build log totals and to enjoy the maximum of FM DX.

Tuning and signal meters on a receiver, as well as digital frequency readouts,
are helpful, especially when using an antenna rotator to correctly point the
antenna at the station. Pushbuttons, on sets so equipped, can be a valuable
DX'ing aid. On the other hand, automatic tuning, muting, and unswitchable
automatic frequency control could be a hindrance to DX'ing. Look for sets with a
sensitivity rating of less than 2 uv, an alternate channel selectivity rating of
at least 70 db, and a capture ratio of less than 2.

Naturally, an FM DX installation permits listening to many distant stations for
your normal music, informational, or hi-fi enjoyment, therefore it is good to
include the FM DX receiver as the heart of a component hi-fi or stereo system,
incorporating speakers in more than one room in the house controlled by a switch
at the receiver.

Many FM stations send out a subcarrier (SCA) in addition to what they are
broadcasting to the public. This SCA signal is of interest to many DX'ers, as it
hs programs that are unique and something the FCC has not encouraged people to
own. On SCA, depending upon where you live, you can hear background music,
reading to blind persons, proram to physicians, lawyers and farmers, and network
relay. SCA DX is a challenge because it takes stronger signals to pick up and a
certain expertise to connect an SCA adapter to an FM receiver.
Good equipment and knowledge of the stations is essential to receiving the most
FM DX within a given period of time. However, FM DX'ing is much like fishing.
You have to be around when conditions are favorable. Generally, the best antenna
and receiver will not work as well on the poorest day as the poorest set on the
best day. Like the fisherman who caught his limit, but who is experiencing
success, you should stay with your receiver as much as possible when conditions
are extraordinarily good, lest you miss some never-to-be-forgotten DX opening.
If, like the fisherman, you develop experience, have good equipment, and are on
hand when conditions are favorable, who knows what limit you may exceed.


Wavelengths and a quick look-up table
Light moves with a speed c = 3 x 10^8 m/s. The wavelength (lambda) of a given
frequency is c divided by the frequency.

For example, radio station KUGN broadcasts at a frequency of 590 KHz. What
is the wavelength of the radio waves? wavelength= c/frequency = (3 x 10^8
m/s)/(590 x 10^3 Hz) = (3 x 10^8)/(0.590 x 10^6) m ~ 5 x 10^2 m = 500 m.

Here is a quick look-up table for easy, approximate conversion.

94.87   kHz   3.162   km   (1.96   miles)
114.9   kHz   2.610   km   (1.62   miles)
139.2   kHz   2.154   km   (1.34   miles)
168.7   kHz   1.778   km   (1.10   miles)
204.4   kHz   1.468   km   (0.91   miles)
247.6   kHz   1.212   km   (0.75   miles)
300.0   kHz   1.000   km   (0.62   miles)

363.5   kHz   825.4   m    (902   yards)
440.3   kHz   681.3   m    (745   yards)
533.5   kHz   562.3   m    (615   yards)
646.3   kHz   464.2   m    (507   yards)
783.0   kHz   383.1   m    (419   yards)
948.7   kHz   316.2   m    (346   yards)
1.149   MHz   261.0   m    (285   yards)
1.392   MHz   215.4   m    (235   yards)
1.687   MHz   177.8   m    (184   yards)
2.044   MHz   146.8   m    (160   yards)
2.476   MHz   121.2   m    (132   yards)
3.000   MHz   100.0   m    (109   yards)

3.635   MHz   82.54   m    (90.2   yards)
4.403   MHz   68.13   m    (74.5   yards)
5.335   MHz   56.23   m    (61.5   yards)
6.463   MHz   46.42   m    (50.7   yards)
7.830   MHz   38.31   m    (41.9   yards)
9.487   MHz   31.62   m    (34.6   yards)
11.49   MHz   26.10   m    (85.6   feet)
13.92   MHz   21.54   m    (70.7   feet)
16.87   MHz   17.78   m    (58.3   feet)
20.44   MHz   14.68   m    (48.2   feet)
24.76   MHz   12.12   m    (39.8   feet)
30.00   MHz   10.00   m    (32.8   feet)
36.35   MHz   8.254   m    (27.1   feet)
44.03   MHz   6.813   m    (22.3   feet)
53.35   MHz   5.623   m    (18.4   feet)
64.63   MHz   4.642   m    (15.2   feet)
78.30   MHz   3.831   m    (12.6   feet)
94.87   MHz   3.162   m    (10.4   feet)
114.9   MHz   2.610   m    (8.56   feet)
139.2   MHz   2.154   m    (84.9   inches)
168.7   MHz   1.778   m    (70.0   inches)
204.4   MHz   1.468   m    (57.8   inches)
247.6   MHz   1.212   m    (47.7   inches)
300.0   MHz   1.000   m    (39.3   inches)

363.5   MHz   82.54   cm   (32.5   inches)
440.3   MHz   68.13   cm   (26.8   inches)
533.5   MHz   56.23   cm   (22.1   inches)
646.3   MHz   46.42   cm   (18.3   inches)
783.0   MHz   38.31   cm   (15.1   inches)
948.7   MHz   31.62   cm   (12.4   inches)
1.149   GHz   26.10   cm   (10.3   inches)
1.392   GHz   21.54   cm   (8.49   inches)
1.687   GHz   17.78   cm   (7.00   inches)
2.044   GHz   14.68   cm   (5.78   inches)


Spectrum usage summary
137-138 MHz
Mobile Satellite (Space-to-Earth) 137.025-137.175 and 137.825-138. The FCC has
allocated this band for operations using nongeostationary nonvoice mobile
satellite systems (Little LEOS).

Worldwide use of polar orbiting satellites for transmission of weather pictures
occurs in this band via the TIROS system. The satellite also transmits tracking
and telemetry information. NASA conducts satellite operations for the Advanced
Technology Satellite (ATS) and High Energy Transient Experiment (HETE).
Government use of the mobile-satellite service is limited by US319 to earth
stations.


138 - 144 MHz
This band is primarily used for nontactical military land-mobile communications
essential to maintain DoD infrastructure-related functions. It is also used
throughout the United States for critical military air-traffic and tactical
communications. Specific functions for tactical training include air-ground-air
communications for combat weapons training carried out in the vicinity of all
major bases and military training areas in the United States. Also, this band
is essential to the activities of the Air Force Auxiliary (Civil Air Patrol) and
Coast Guard Auxiliary for support of search and rescue operations.


144 - 148 MHz
Amateur band. Weak signal modes (144-144.3), Repeaters and other modes (144.3-
147.99). Active use by amateur satellites worldwide (145.8-146)
148 - 149.9 MHz
The FCC has allocated this band for operations using nongeostationary nonvoice
mobile satellite systems (Little LEOS).

This band is primarily used for nontactical military land-mobile communications
essential to maintain DoD infrastructure-related functions. It is also used
throughout the United States for critical military air-traffic and tactical
communications. Specific functions for tactical training include air-ground-air
communications for combat weapons training carried out in the vicinity of all
major bases and military training areas in the United States.

A TIROS command link operates in the. NASA conducts satellite operations for
the Advanced Technology Satellite (ATS). Also, this band is essential to the
activities of the Air Force Auxiliary (Civil Air Patrol) and Coast Guard
Auxiliary for support of search and rescue operations.

Government use of the mobile-satellite service is limited by US319 to earth
stations operating with nongovernment satellites.


149.9 - 150.05 MHz
The FCC has allocated this band for operations using nongeostationary nonvoice
mobile satellite systems (Little LEOS). Commercial shipping makes extensive use
of TRANSIT-SAT signals for radionavigation. TRANSIT-SAT (polar orbiting
satellite) downlink transmissions in this band support worldwide navigation.
Government use of the mobile-satellite service is limited by US319.


150.05 - 150.8 MHz
This band is primarily used for nontactical military land-mobile communications
essential to maintain DoD infrastructure-related functions. It is also used
throughout the United States for critical military air-traffic and tactical
communications. Specific functions for tactical training include air-ground-air
communications for combat weapons training carried out in the vicinity of all
major bases and military training areas in the United States.


150.8 - 156.2475 MHz
Land transportation (150.8-150.98, 152.255-152.465), Public safety (150.98-
151.4825, 154.6375-156.2475), Industrial (151.4825-151.4975, 152.465-152.495,
152.855-153.7325, 154.4825-154.6375), Industrial and Public safety (151.4975-
152, 153.7325-154.4825), Domestic public (152-152.255, 152.495-152.855), Earth
telecommand (154.2).


156.2475 - 157.0375 MHz
In accordance with international agreements, this band is used worldwide for
maritime communications.


157.0375 - 157.1875 MHz
This band is critical to national VHF distress system communications associated
with response to distress signals.


157.1875 - 157.45
In accordance with international agreements, this band is used worldwide for
maritime communications.


157.45 - 161.575 MHz
Land transportation (157.45-157.725, 159.48-161.575), Public safety (158.715-
159.48), Industrial (157.725-157.755, 158.115-158.475), Domestic public
(157.755-158.115).


161.575 - 161.625 MHz
In accordance with international agreements, this band is used worldwide for
maritime communications.


161.625 - 161.775 MHz
Remote pickup broadcast.


161.775 - 162.0125 MHz
In accordance with international agreements, this band is used worldwide for
maritime communications.


162.0125 - 174 MHz
Fixed (US13 hydrological and meteorological data - designated frequencies).
Industrial, Public safety, Police radio for stolen vehicle recovery systems
(173.075). This band supports many Federal nontactical fixed and land-mobile
uses. These uses are critical to Departments of Agriculture and Interior fire
fighting, FAA windshear reporting, NOAA weather radio including the Emergency
Manager's Weather Information Network, Department of Interior land and resource
management, including flash flood warning, earthquake/volcano monitoring,
wildlife telemetry and law enforcement activities throughout the Federal
Government. Law enforcement applications include land-based and maritime
operations. Federal agencies began shifting operations to narrowband
technologies in 1995.


174 - 216 MHz
This band is used for VHF TV channels 7-13. Also, wireless microphones and
auxiliary broadcasting systems operate on a secondary basis.


216 - 220 MHz
Maritime Mobile, Fixed, Land Mobile, Aeronautical Mobile, Amateur (219-220).

This band is used on inland waterways by Automated Maritime Telecommunications
Systems. The FCC has set aside the 218-219 portion of this band for the
interactive video data service (IVDS).

Amateurs use this band for fixed point-to-point digital message forwarding
systems. Though allocated secondary, there continue to be critical Federal
radiolocation requirements in this band. The United States Navy operates the
SPASUR system in the band 216.88-217.08 MHz at several locations in the southern
United States for the purpose of detecting Earth orbiting satellites.
Assignments to the fixed and mobile service may be made on condition of no
harmful interference to the SPASUR system (US229).
220 - 222 MHz
Various trunked and conventional data users operate mobile systems. The band is
broken into 200 5 kHz channel pairs. This band is shared by the Federal
Government and private sector for narrowband technologies. However, the Federal
Government will relinquish its co-primary status on 125 non-nationwide channels
concurrent with the FCC's adoption of final and effective rules to license those
channels pursuant to competitive bidding.

Though allocated secondary, there continue to be critical Federal radiolocation
requirements in this band.


222 - 225 MHz
Amateur, Though allocated secondary, there continue to be critical Federal
radiolocation requirements in this band.


225 - 399.9 MHz
These bands are heavily used worldwide for critical military air-traffic control
and tactical training communications. Specific functions of tactical training
include air-ground-air communications for combat weapons training carried out at
and in the vicinity of all major air bases and military training areas
worldwide. Tactical and strategic military satellite communications, essential
to linking the activities of ground, air, surface, and subsurface mobile
platforms, are conducted in this band under G100.

Also, rocket test and test data telemetry operations are performed in this band.


328.6 - 335.4 MHz
Commercial aircraft use the Instrument Landing Systems (ILS) glideslope for
approach and landing. This band is set aside on a worldwide basis for operation
of aircraft ILS glideslope signal and serves as a critical part of the National
Airspace System. ILS service to international carriers is required under
agreements with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).


399.9 - 400.05 MHz
Commercial shipping makes extensive use of TRANSIT-SAT signals for
radionavigation. TRANSIT-SAT (polar orbiting satellite) downlink transmissions
in this band support worldwide navigation. TRANSIT-SAT (polar orbiting
satellite) downlink transmissions in this band support worldwide navigation.

Government use of the mobile-satellite service is limited by US319 to earth
stations operating with nongovernment satellites


400.05 - 400.15 MHz
This band is set aside on a worldwide basis for distribution, via satellite, of
standard time and frequency signals used for purposes such as industrial and
scientific research. There is presently no use within the United States.


400.15 - 406 MHz
Meteorological radiosondes and satellites. The FCC has allocated the 400.15-401
MHz portion of this band for operations using nongeostationary nonvoice mobile
satellite systems (Little LEOS). This band is extensively used worldwide for
gathering meteorological data for weather prediction, severe storm warning,
public safety and research. The data is gathered by three technologies:
satellite imagery, radiosondes, and wind profiler radars.

The Department of Commerce operates the GOES and TIROS-N satellites used for
weather tracking and prediction. This information is essential for severe storm
notification and public safety, and is used daily in TV and radio broadcast
weather reporting to the public.

The DoD plans to implement Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP)
downlinks to furnish weather data to light-weight, highly transportable DoD
terminals intended for a variety of tactical missions.

Radiosondes are operated nationwide by numerous Federal agencies to gather local
weather data. These small, inexpensive transmitters are attached to balloons
and provide wind velocity, temperature, atmospheric pressure and humidity at
various altitudes. Their availability is essential to aviation activities, as
well as space launches. The data gathered by radiosondes are exchanged
internationally for worldwide weather prediction and research.

Government use of the mobile-satellite service is limited by US319 to earth
stations operating with nongovernment satellites.


406 - 406.1 MHz
Emergency position beacons. Emergency position beacons are operated in this band
on a worldwide basis, supported by the joint United States SARSAT/Soviet COSPAS
satellite network for worldwide air, sea, and land rescue.


406.1 - 420 MHz
Fixed (US13 hydrological and meteorological data - designated frequencies). This
band is one of the principal bands supporting Federal land-mobile
communications. Important functions include law enforcement, protection of the
President and other dignitaries, resource management, disaster and emergency
response, security alarms, command destruct of launch vehicles to avoid loss of
life and property, and support for public health and power generation
activities. This band will accommodate future growth from the very congested
162-174 MHz band. Communications using trunking techniques are being
implemented by many agencies to ensure efficient spectrum use. Federal agencies
began shifting operations to narrowband technologies in 1995.

Fixed links are used in this band for transmission of airport windshear data,
flood warning and other environmental data, for law enforcement, for public
dissemination of weather warning and disaster information, and for other
critical activities.

There are also radio astronomy observations at several sites across the United
States.


420 - 450 MHz
Amateur, Amateur weak signal modes (432-433), television (420-432, 438-444),
repeaters (442-450), auxiliary links (433-435). There is also some use of
spread spectrum and other modes.   Amateur satellite activities are conducted
(435-438) under RR 664.

Land mobile systems are operated along the Canadian border in accordance with US
230. This band is used for long-range surveillance on land-based, ship, and
airborne platforms. These uses are essential to the nation's early warning
capability, law enforcement, and tracking objects in space. These systems
operate with very high power and wide bandwidths.

This band is becoming increasingly important for detection of low observable
targets. This band is the only military radiolocation band currently available
for this frequency sensitive function.

The frequency 449 MHz has been authorized for Federal use of wind profilers.
Rapid implementation of this use is expected.

NASA and military use of telemetry and telecommand is also extensive.


450 - 470 MHz
Remote pickup broadcast (450-451, 455-456), public safety, industrial, land
transportation (451-454, 456-459, 460-462.5375, 462.7375-467.5375, 467.7375-
470), domestic public (454-455, 459-460)
Personal (462.5375-462.7375, 467.5375-467.7375). GOES and TIROS satellite
downlinks for integration of data collection platforms operate in this band.

Veteran's medical programs depend upon the use of biomedical telemetry and
telecommunications in this band.


470 - 512 MHz
TV channels 14-20, Public safety, Industrial, Land transportation, Domestic
public.


512 - 608 MHz
TV channels 21-36, and 38-69, Auxiliary broadcasting.


608 - 614 MHz
There are few Federal assignments in this band for other than experimental use.
However, radio astronomy usually involves passive operations that do not require
an assignment. This band is used for international collaborations in Very Long
Baseline Interferometry and will continue to be used for this purpose as the
VLBA antennas come on line. The band is also used for observations by the Air
Force Radio Solar Telescope Network.


614 - 806 MHz
TV channels 21-36, and 38-69, Auxiliary broadcasting


806 - 902 MHz
Private land mobile (806-824, 851-869, 896-901), domestic public land mobile
(824-849, 869-894). Aeronautical public correspondence-airphone (849-851, 894-
896), general purpose mobile (901-902). This band is used for high-power United
States Navy shipborne long-range search radars under footnotes US268 and G2.
These radars serve a critical role in defense of the fleet.


902 - 928 MHz
Amateur band. Amateur weak signal modes (902-904), digital communications,
repeaters, spread spectrum and other modes (904-928).

Automatic vehicle monitoring (902-912 and 918-928 as authorized by FN US218),
ISM, and Part 15 spread spectrum devices.

This band is also used for a variety of ISM applications, particularly
industrial heating and food processing. This band is used predominantly for
military radiolocation systems. These include low-power devices, such as those
for tactical and nontactical intrusion detection at military facilities, and
high-power radars used for long-range search, many of which are employed on
United States Navy ships and aircraft or at shore stations. These radars serve
a critical role in defense of the fleet.

Federal mobile communications applications include video surveillance for law
enforcement missions, transmission of infrared scanner imagery during
overflights of disaster areas, and use of high power packet radio systems.

Fixed use includes point-to-point TV links for monitoring unmanned ports of
entry along borders. Though most low capacity links will be moving to the 932-
935 MHz and 941-944 MHz bands, this band will continue to be used for a variety
of resource management, power administration and law enforcement purposes, as
necessary.


928 - 929 MHz
Private fixed microwave, Domestic public land mobile, Private land mobile.
Systems in this band provide one way and two way interrogate/response data
transmission services such as: remote control of electric power networks,
burglar and fire alarm monitoring, and other telemetry applications. For two way
systems, the band is paired with 952-953 MHz band.


929 - 932 MHz
Domestic public land mobile, Private land mobile.


932 - 935 MHz
This band is paired with the 941-944 MHz band and channelized for point-to-point
voice and data services. The 932-932.5 MHz end of the band is used for the
single channel response from a remote location for point to multipoint multiple
address services. The 932-935 MHz and 941-944 MHz bands are shared by government
and nongovernment fixed service users. It has recently been allocated for
Federal use. Use for low-capacity fixed systems is anticipated.

Many Federal agencies expect heavy government and nongovernment use for point-
to-point and point-to-multipoint communications. Functions include support for
aviation activities, remote meter reading for electric power marketing, and
light route radio relay. The latter includes re-accommodation of light route
systems from higher bands.
935 - 941 MHz
Private land mobile trunked and conventional systems in 12.5 kHz channels paired
with 896-901 MHz


941 - 944 MHz
This band is paired with the 941-944 MHz band and channelized for point-to-point
voice and data services. The 932-932.5 MHz end of the band is used for the
single channel response from a remote location for point to multipoint multiple
address services. The 932-935 MHz and 941-944 MHz bands are shared by government
and nongovernment fixed service users. It has recently been allocated for
Federal use. Use for low-capacity fixed systems is anticipated.

Many Federal agencies expect heavy government and nongovernment use for point-
to-point and point-to-multipoint communications. Functions include support for
aviation activities, remote meter reading for electric power marketing, and
light route radio relay. The latter includes re-accommodation of light route
systems from higher bands.


944 - 960 MHz
Auxiliary broadcasting, Domestic public fixed, International fixed public,
Private fixed microwave. The 944-952 MHz is portion is used primarily for radio
broadcast stations studio-to-transmitter links (STLs) and intercity relays.
These carry frequency modulated stereophonic audio program material, plus
ancillary carriers for remote control of transmitters and Subsidiary
Communications Authorization (SCA) channels. The 952-953 MHz portion is used in
combination with 928-929 MHz The 953-960 MHz portion is primarily used for
fixed point-to-point communications. The band is segmented as 953.00-956.15 MHz
for go and 956.55-959.75 MHz for return operation.


960 - 1215 MHz
This band is heavily used for safety-of-life services within the national and
international airspace systems. Nearly all aspects of aircraft identification,
tracking, control, navigation, collision avoidance, and landing guidance are
carried out. Major aeronautical radionavigation systems in this band include
the Distance Measuring Equipment (DME/P), Air Traffic Control Beacons (ATCRBS),
Mode-S, and the Collision Avoidance System (T-CAS). All systems support civil
and military aircraft. Systems in this band are developed internationally and
agreed to by Civil Aviation Organization for standardization of air travel
throughout the world.

This band is heavily used for safety-of-life services within the national and
international airspace systems. Nearly all aspects of aircraft identification,
tracking, control, navigation, collision avoidance, and landing guidance are
carried out. Major aeronautical radionavigation systems in this band include
the Distance Measuring Equipment (DME/P), Air Traffic Control Beacons (ATCRBS),
Mode-S, the military's tactical air navigation system (TACAN) and IFF/SIF
systems, and the Collision Avoidance System (T-CAS). These aeronautical systems
are not only essential to civil and military aircraft, but also to special users
such as the United States Space Shuttle Program. These systems are used
throughout the world under International Civil Aviation Organization agreements.

Under US224, the military departments are using this band for integrated
communications and navigation through the Joint Tactical Information
Distribution System (JTIDS) on a non-interference basis. JTIDS is part of an
updated NATO system that provides highly secure, jam resistant communications in
a hostile environment.


1215 - 1240 MHz
Earth Exploration-Satellite and Space Research (FN713 using radiolocation). The
frequency 1227.6 MHz is designated for the Global Positioning System (GPS) as
part of the radionavigation satellite service. This is a multisatellite system
(up to 24 are planned) with large numbers of United States and international
users.

This band is jointly used by the FAA and DoD for radiolocation performing long-
range air surveillance and safety-of-flight enroute air-traffic control under
Joint surveillance System agreements. The military services make use of the
band for high-power long-range surveillance radars on land and ships in support
of national defense missions. The DoD and FAA are implementing a joint program
to field a modernized Air-Route Surveillance Radar Model 4 (ARSR-4) in this band
for air-defense, drug interdiction and air-traffic control.

A recent radiolocation application, having high national priority, is the use of
radar equipment in support of drug interdiction efforts. In this application,
radar equipment is mounted on tethered balloons along the southern border of the
United States to detect low-flying aircraft entering United States airspace.
Data is relayed to ground and appropriate action taken.

Space research and earth-exploration satellite activities for microwave sensor
measurements of ocean wave surface are performed by NASA.


1240 - 1300 MHz
Amateur band, amateur satellite (FN664 1260-1270). Earth Exploration-Satellite
and Space Research (FN713 using radiolocation), amateur television (1240-1246,
1252-1258, 1276-1282), weak signal modes (1295.8-1297), other modes through the
band. Active use of amateur satellite (Earth-to-space) in accordance with
Footnote 664.

This band is used heavily for radiolocation and radionavigation performing long-
range air surveillance and enroute air-traffic control functions. The FAA and
aviation users depend upon air-route surveillance radars (ARSRs) to obtain
aircraft position information in support of enroute air-traffic control. The
military makes use of it for high-power long-range surveillance and air-traffic
control in support of national defense missions.

A recent radiolocation application, having high national priority is the use of
radar equipment in support of drug interdiction efforts. In this application,
radar equipment is mounted on tethered balloons along the southern border of the
United States to detect low-flying aircraft entering United States airspace.
Data is relayed to ground and appropriate action taken.

NASA radiolocation activities in the 1240-1300 MHz band are for an experimental
multi-spectral imaging radar using synthetic aperture (side-looking) techniques.

NASA also uses this band for space research and earth-exploration satellite in
conjunction with microwave sensor measurements of ocean wave surface.


1300 - 1350 MHz
This band is used heavily for radiolocation and radionavigation performing long-
range air surveillance and enroute air-traffic control functions. The FAA and
aviation users depend upon air-route surveillance radars (ARSRs) to obtain
aircraft position information in support of enroute air-traffic control. The
Air Force and Navy make use of it for high-power long-range surveillance radars
and air-traffic control radars, in support of national defense missions. The
DoD and FAA are implementing a joint program to field a modernized Air-Route
Surveillance Radar Model 4 (ARSR-4) in this band for air-defense, drug
interdiction and air-traffic control.

A recent radiolocation application, having high national priority is the use of
radar equipment in support of drug interdiction efforts.   In this application,
radar equipment is mounted on tethered balloons along the southern border of the
United States to detect low-flying aircraft entering United States airspace.
Data is relayed to ground and appropriate action taken.

Radio astronomy observations of highly redshifted hydrogen atoms occur in the
1330-1350 MHz band.


1350 - 1400 MHz
This band is heavily used for various military radiolocation applications for
high-power long-range surveillance radars. The DoD and FAA are implementing a
joint program to field a modernized Air-Route Surveillance Radar Model 4 (ARSR-
4) in this band for air-defense, drug interdiction and air-traffic control.

GPS operates on 1381.05 to relay data on nuclear bursts detected by orbiting
satellites. GPS is a multisatellite system with large numbers of United States
and international users, however this specific requirement is limited to United
States satellites.

Radio astronomy observations of highly redshifted hydrogen atoms occur in this
band. Knowledge of other galaxies and the early universe comes from these
observations. NASA performs passive space research and earth-exploration
satellite observations.

This band is seeing increased use for fixed links and mobile links, since the
Federal fixed and mobile service allocations were upgraded to primary in 1989.

DoD uses this band for drone telecommand at military test ranges.

NTIA will reallocate the 1390-1400 MHz portion of this band for nonfederal use
after January 1999.


1400 - 1427 MHz
This band has been set aside nationally for passive operations and no stations
are authorized to transmit. There are no Federal assignments in this band.

Radio astronomy including the spectral line observations of neutral atomic
hydrogen, continuum observations and Radio Solar Telescope Network observations
allow study of the structure of our galaxy as well as others.

NASA performs passive space research and earth-exploration satellite
observations. This band is extremely important for measurements of land
moisture and salinity, and ocean surface characteristics.
1427 - 1435 MHz
Private land mobile, Satellite communications.
This band is used to support a variety of military fixed and mobile
applications. Functions include tactical/training operations, light route radio
relay, telemetry and telecommand including command of missiles and RPVs, and
automatic target scoring.

There are also some fixed operations planned for use in Federal resource
management programs.

NTIA will reallocate the 1427-1432 MHz portion of this band for nonfederal use
after January 1999.


1435 - 1530 MHz
This band is heavily used for aeronautical telemetry and telecommand. This is
crucial to NASA, and DoD research, development, and testing of aircraft and
missile systems. Many of the assignments in the 1435-1525 MHz band are for
missile test telemetry. The use of small devices with omnidirectional antennas
require frequencies below 3 GHz. Aeronautical telemetry needs extensive
spectrum, and minimal in-band and adjacent band interference. Equipment using
this band have been built into many missile and aircraft platforms and have been
tailored to those specific electromagnetic environments. This band is congested
in many areas and new systems are being moved to 2360-2390 MHz

Also, DOE uses the band for telemetry in nuclear research and development
efforts. Use of this band is dictated by the need for equipment mobility and
small antennas.


1530 - 1544 MHz
The major use in this band is for INMARSAT downlinks providing distress, safety,
and general communications. This system is used currently by 17,000 ships
throughout the world, including extensive operations within inland waterways for
ship-to-shore communications. The number of users is expected to reach 40,000
within the next 10 years. Its use for distress and safety communications is
part of the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS). This
international application is tied to and required by international treaty
resulting from the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) Convention. INMARSAT also
provides satellite supported aeronautical public correspondence and some land
mobile satellite service downlinks.

Federal vessel operators participate in the use of the INMARSAT/GMDSS system.
The Navy uses the INMARSAT system for international communications in ocean
areas from its Military Sealift Command vessels operated by civilian crews.

The Air Force and Navy use the 1525-1535 MHz portion of this band for
aeronautical telemetry on a secondary basis when such operation does not
conflict with the primary operation.


1544 - 1545 MHz
Solely used for distress and safety. This band is used by SARSAT for a downlink
to relay satellite EPIRB transmission.
1545 - 1559 MHz
This band will be used for the downlink for the nationwide mobile satellite
system authorized by the FCC. This system will be operated by the American
Mobile Satellite Corporation, a consortium of eight United States companies.
Mobile satellite services are expected to grow rapidly. Included within this
frequency range is the internationally allocated 1545-1555 MHz AMS(R)S
allocation (space-to-Earth) to support the worldwide interoperable AMS(R)S
through a number of satellites. In accordance with US308, AMS(R)S has priority
and real-time preemptive access in this band segment. Federal agencies will make
use of mobile satellite operations in this band.


1559 - 1610 MHz
Private sector use of GPS is extensive for land, sea, and air radionavigation.
Other uses of GPS include surveying, aircraft landing aids, position location,
traffic management, and scientific research. The Global Positioning System
operates on a center frequency of 1575.42 MHz in this band as part of the
radionavigation satellite service. This is a multisatellite system with large
numbers of United States and international users. ICAO has recognized the GPS
and GLONASS as the two principal candidates for the Global Navigation Satellite
System.


1610 - 1626.5 MHz
There is one active private sector RDSS systems. However, the FCC has granted
two applications for low-earth and geostationary orbit mobile satellite systems
to provide voice and high data rate communications (Big LEOS). This band has
been reserved on a worldwide basis for development and use of airborne
electronic aids to air navigation.

Recent changes were made to allocate this band to radiodetermination satellite
service uplinks on a primary basis. Federal agencies have begun leasing access
to systems in this service and increased use is expected.

Radio Astronomy observations of the OH radical are carried out between 1610.6
and 1613.8 MHz The OH line observations are crucial to understanding
interstellar medium and star formation.

Government use of mobile-satellite and radiodetermination-satellite services is
limited to earth stations operating with nongovernment satellites.


1626.5 - 1645.5 MHz
A major use of this band is for INMARSAT ship earth stations. These systems are
used currently by 17,000 ships throughout the world, including extensive
operations within inland waterways for ship-to-shore communications. The number
of users is expected to reach 40,000 within the next 10 years. Its use for
distress and safety communications is part of the Global Maritime Distress and
Safety System. This international application is tied to and required by
international treaty resulting from the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS)
Convention. INMARSAT also provides satellite supported aeronautical public
correspondence and some land mobile satellite service downlinks. Federal
agencies make active use of the mobile-satellite operations for land, air, and
maritime communications. The Navy uses the INMARSAT system for international
communications in ocean areas.
1645.5 - 1646.5 MHz
Solely used for distress and safety. There are no operational Federal
assignments in this band; however, this band is used for distress and safety
operations. Plans exist for satellite EPIRBS and relay of distress and safety
signals between satellites.


1646.5 - 1660.5 MHz
This band is used for the uplink for the nationwide mobile satellite system
operated by the American Mobile Satellite Corporation, a consortium of eight
United States companies. Mobile satellite services are expected to grow
rapidly. This band is used for the uplink for the nationwide mobile satellite
system operated by the American Mobile Satellite Corporation, a consortium of
eight United States companies. Mobile satellite services are expected to grow
rapidly, including many Federal users. Included within this frequency range is
the internationally allocated 1646.5-1656.5 MHz AMS(R)S allocation (Earth-to-
space) to support the worldwide interoperable AMS(R)S through a number of
satellites. In accordance with US308, AMS(R)S has priority and real-time
preemptive access in this band segment. INMARSAT II operates 1646.5-1649.5 MHz

Passive radio astronomy observations of the redshifted spectral line of the OH
radical, essential for understanding interstellar medium and star formation in
other galaxies, are carried out in this band.


1660.5 - 1670 MHz
The 1660.5-1668.4 portion of this band has been set aside nationally for passive
operations and no stations are authorized to transmit. There are no Federal
assignments in this range.

Passive radio astronomy observations are performed under the protection of US246
(transmissions prohibited). Observation of the two spectral lines of the OH
radical (1665.402 and 1667.359 MHz), essential for understanding interstellar
medium and star formation in other galaxies, are carried out in this band. The
band is also used for continuum observations.

Radiosondes are operated nationwide by numerous Federal agencies to gather local
weather data. These small inexpensive transmitters are attached to balloons and
provide wind velocity, temperature, atmospheric pressure and humidity at various
altitudes. The availability is essential to aviation activities, as well as
space launches. The data gathered by radiosondes are exchanged internationally
for worldwide weather prediction and research.


1670 - 1710 MHz
This band is extensively used worldwide for gathering meteorological data for
weather prediction, severe storm warning, public safety and research. This data
is gathered by two technologies: radiosondes and satellite imagery. NTIA has
reallocated the 1670-1675 MHz portion of this band for nonfederal use after
January 1999.

Radiosondes are operated nationwide by numerous Federal agencies to gather local
weather data. These small inexpensive transmitters are attached to balloons and
provide wind velocity, temperature, atmospheric pressure and humidity at various
altitudes. The availability is essential to aviation activities, as well as
space launches. The data gathered by radiosondes are exchanged internationally
for worldwide weather prediction and research. Also, NASA uses this band for
transmission of meteorological data from tethered balloons.

The Department of Commerce operates the GOES and TIROS-N satellites used for
weather tracking and prediction. This information is essential for severe storm
notification and public safety, and is used daily in TV and radio broadcast
weather reporting to the public. Most of the meteorological satellite users are
earth stations that receive the satellite data. The assignments in this band
for earth terminals are primarily for fixed locations; however, over 40 are
planned for shipboard use in the United States coastal waters.

Some agencies have begun using the 1700-1710 MHz band for fixed line-of-sight
data communications as the 1710-1850 MHz band gets crowded.

NTIA will reallocate the 1670-1675 MHz portion of this band for nonfederal use
after January 1999.


1710 - 1850 MHz
1710-1850 MHz is the predominant Federal medium-capacity line-of-sight fixed
service band. Fixed links are operated by Federal agencies for voice, data,
and/or video communications where commercial service is unavailable, excessively
expensive, or cannot meet required reliability. Applications include law
enforcement networks, and control links for various power, land, water, and
electric-power management systems. Other specialized fixed links include video
relay, data relay, and timing distribution signals. Growth averages about 400
new assignments per year.

Specific agency applications of the fixed service include: FAA remote data
transmission of critical flight safety data in support of essential aeronautical
services, Army tactical radio relay systems, Department of Agriculture and
Interior backbone links for control of land mobile radio systems necessary in
fire fighting, law enforcement and disaster control within national forests and
for provision of voice and data connections between sites where commercial
service is not available, and Departments of Treasury and Justice microwave
links related to law enforcement.

One example of a wide area fixed network is the Department of Energy's use of
this band for supervision, control, and protection of power administration
operated electrical power transmission systems and activities supporting nuclear
weapons development. Power administration microwave must be capable of carrying
hundreds of radio channels per system. The channels are used for high speed
relaying, supervisory control, load control, telemetering, data acquisition,
land-mobile radio dispatching, operations and maintenance. The nuclear test
facilities backbone microwave systems serve sites at greater than 10 miles and
are more efficient in this band than in lower or higher bands. This band also
allows for a greater range capability for robot control and video requirements.
The present system connects all Federal power marketing control facilities in
the western half of the United States Common equipment exists with the
nongovernment sector allowing interconnectivity for critical communications
dealing with all aspects of generating and distributing power.

This band is also used for a variety of mobile applications, including airborne
telemetry, telecommand, video and data links automated target scoring, and air
combat maneuvering instrumentation. Many military aeronautical mobile systems
depend on frequencies in this band. Border surveillance through the use of
aerostats is supported by narrowband uplink and downlink telemetry
transmissions.

The Air Force and Navy also use the band for space telemetry, command and
control.   Uplink frequencies between 1761 and 1842 MHz are heavily used in
certain locations in conjunction with a 2200-2290 MHz downlink. Use of these
systems has national security implications. Telemetry, and telecommand and
control of the NASA Space Shuttle is conducted on space-to-space links in this
band.

This band is also used by the USCG for vessel traffic safety systems, the VHF
National Distress System and remote distress and safety communications and
control networks.

Radio astronomy observations are made of the 1720.530 MHz spectral line of the
OH molecule. These observations are crucial to understanding the interstellar
medium and star formation.

NTIA will reallocate the 1710-1755 MHz portion of this band for nonfederal use
after January 2004, under conditions that will permit some Federal systems to
continue to operate.


1850 - 1990 MHz
The FCC has reserved the 1850-1990 MHz band for personal communications services
on a coprimary basis with fixed services. The band has been divided between
frequencies used for metro trading areas, basic trading areas, and nonlicensed
use (1910-1930).

Private fixed microwave. This band is used to provide fixed point-to-point
voice, data, telemetry and control services for private (non-common-carrier)
companies. Typical users include electric and gas utilities, police and fire
departments, and local governments. Most of these uses are being moved to other
frequency bands within the next few years to allow development of PCS.


1990 - 2110 MHz
Auxiliary broadcasting, Cable television, Domestic public fixed. This band is
heavily used by TV broadcasters for one way transmission services such as:
portable van and helicopter mounted transmissions of video from remote news
events; studio-to-transmitter links; and, intercity relay of video programming.

NASA's global ground network and TDRSS operations from 2025-2110 MHz are
essential to NASA Earth exploration, space operations, and space research
activities. This use includes Earth-to-space and space-to-space transmissions.
Over 50 United States space missions, and, consistent with international
agreements, additional foreign missions will be supported by NASA in the next
five years. There will be varying degrees of support from launch and orbital
transfer to full-time data relay. These telecommunications links are made
available to private sector expendable launch vehicle operations. 123
satellites from nine countries are planned for or are operational in the 2025-
2110 MHz and 2200-2290 MHz bands. These missions comprise 341 planned or
existing assignments, not including earth stations.

This band is also used for uplinks for the GOES weather satellite, supporting
weather prediction efforts.
The Secret Life of Pagers
Screaming through the electromagnetic swamp in which we live are hundreds of
thousands of messages of varying degrees of importance. Doctors, police,
corporate executives, housewives and drug dealers all find themselves constantly
trapped at the mercy of a tiny little box: the pager.

Everyone has seen a pager; almost everyone has one. Over 35 million pagers are
on the streets in the United States alone, sorting out their particular chunk of
the radio-spectrum. Another fifty-thousand more are put into service each day.

Protocols

Pagers today use a variety of signalling formats such as POCSAG, FLEX and GOLAY.
The most common by far is POCSAG (Post Office Standardization Advisory Group), a
standard set by the British Post Office and adopted world-wide for paging.

POCSAG is transmitted at three transmission rates--512, 1200 and 2400 bps. Most
commercial paging companies today use at least 1200, although many companies who
own their own paging terminals for in-house use transmit at 512. Nationwide
carriers (SkyTel, PageNet, MobileComm, etc.) send the majority of their traffic
at 2400 to make the maximum use of their bandwidth. In other words, the faster
they can deliver pages, the smaller their queue of outgoing pages is. Although
these carriers have upgraded their equipment in the field to broadcast at 2400
(or plan to do so in the near future), they still send out some pages at 1200
and 512 to accommodate their customers with older pagers. Most 512 and 1200
traffic on the nationwide services is numeric or tone-only pages.

POCSAG messages are broadcast in batches. Each batch is comprised of 8 frames,
and each frame contains two codewords separated by a "synchronization" codeword.
A message can have as many codewords as needed to deliver the page and can
stretch through several batches if needed. The end of a complete message is
indicated by a "next address" codeword. Both addressing and user data are sent
in the codewords, the distinction being the least significant bit of the
codeword: 0 for address data, and 1 for user-data.

Standard alphanumeric data is sent in a seven-bit format, with each codeword
containing 2 6/7 characters. A newer 8-bit alphanumeric format is implemented
by some carriers which allow users to send data such as computer files, graphics
in addition to regular alphanumeric messages. The 8 bit format allows for 2.5
characters per codeword.

Numeric data is 4 bit, allowing up to 5 numbers to be transmitted per codeword.
Tone and voice pages contain address information only.

(NOTE: Pager data uses BCH 32,21 for encoding. I don't imagine very many of
you will be trying to decode pager data by building your own decoders, but for
those of you who may, take my interpretation of POCSAG framing with a grain of
salt, and try to dig up the actual POCSAG specs.)

The Paging Receiver

Paging receivers come in hundreds of shapes and sizes, although the vast
majority are manufactured by Motorola. Numeric pagers comprise over fifty
percent all pagers in use.   Alphanumeric comprises about thirty percent, with
tone and voice pagers making up the remainder.

Pagers are uniquely addressed by a capcode. The capcode is usually six to eight
digits in length, and will be printed somewhere on the pager itself. Many pager
companies assign customers PIN numbers, which are then cross-referenced to a
given capcode in databases maintained by the service provider. PIN numbers have
no other relationship to the capcode.

Tone pagers are by far the most limited paging devices in use. When a specified
number has been called, an address only message is broadcast, which causes the
intended receiver to beep. Wow. Tone pagers usually have 4 capcodes, which can
correspond to different locations to call back. Voice pagers are similar,
except they allow the calling party to leave a 15 to 30 second message. The
voice message is broadcast immediately after the capcode of the receiver, which
unsquelches the device's audio.

Numeric pagers, although seemingly limited by their lack of display options have
proven otherwise by enterprising users. Most numeric data sent is obviously
related to phone numbers, but numerous users have developed codes relating to
various actions to be carried out by the party being paged. The most prolific
users of this have been the Chinese who have one of the most active paging
networks in the world. I suppose the next biggest users of code-style numeric
paging would be drug dealers. (2112 0830 187 -- get to the fucking drop site by
8:30 or I'll bust a cap in your ass!) :)

Alphanumeric pagers are most often contacted through a dedicated service that
will manually enter in the message to be sent onto the paging terminal. One
such service, NDC, offers its phone-answering and message typing services to
various pager companies. Next time you are talking to a pager operator, ask him
or her if they are at NDC. They probably are.

In addition to the capcode, pagers will have an FCC ID number, a serial number,
and most importantly, the frequency that the device has been crystaled for
imprinted on the back of the device. Although technology exists that would
allow pagers to listen on a number of frequencies by synthesizing the frequency
rather than using a crystal, pager manufacturers stick to using crystals to
"keep the unit cost down."

Pagers may have multiple capcodes by which they can be addressed by. Multiple
capcodes are most often used when a person has subscribed to various services
offered by their provider, or when the subscriber is part of a group of
individuals who will all need to receive the same page simultaneously (police,
EMTs, etc.).

Most low-cost pagers have their capcode stored on the circuit board in a PAL.
Most paging companies will completely exchange pagers rather than remove and
reprogram the PAL, so I don't think it's worth it for any experimenter to
attempt. However, like most Motorola devices, many of their paging products can
be reprogrammed with a special serial cable and software. Reprogramming
software is usually limited to changing baud rates, and adding capcodes.

Additionally, some units can be reprogrammed over the air by the service
provider. Using a POCSAG feature known as OTP (over the air programming) the
service provider can instruct the paging receiver to add capcodes, remove
capcodes, or even shut itself down in the case of non-payment.
Services

With the growing popularity of alphanumeric pagers, many service providers have
decided to branch out into the information business. The most common of these
services is delivery of news headlines. Other services include stock quotes,
airline flight information, voice mail and fax reception notification, and
email. of course, all of these services are available for a small additional
monthly premium.

Email is probably the single coolest thing to have sent to your alpha pager.
(Unless you subscribe to about a zillion mailing lists) Companies like SkyTel
and Radiomail give the user an email address that automatically forwards to your
paging device. IE: PIN-NUMBER@skymail.com. Several packages exist for
forwarding email from a UNIX system by sending stripping down the email to
pertinent info such as FROM and SUBJECT lines, and executing a script to send
the incoming mail out via a pager terminal data port. One such program is
IXOBEEPER, which can be found with an archie query.

Radiomail's founder, (and rather famous ex-hacker in his own right - go look at
ancient ComputerWorld headlines), Geoff Goodfellow had devised such a method
back in the late 70's. His program watched for incoming e-mail, parsed the mail
headers, and redirected the FROM and SUBJECT lines to his alphanumeric pager.
Obviously, not many people had alphanumeric pagers at all, much less email
addresses on ARPANET back in the 70's, so Geoff's email pager idea didn't see
much wide-spread use until much later.

Two RFC's have been issued recently regarding paging and the Internet. RFC 1568,
the Simple Network Paging Protocol, acts similarly to SMTP. Upon connecting to
the SNPP port the user issues commands such as:

       PAGE followed by pager telephone number
       MESS followed by the alpha or numeric message
       SEND
     & QUIT

RFC 1568 has met with some opposition in the IETF, who don't consider it
worthwhile to implement a new protocol to handle paging, since it can be handled
easily using other methods.

The other RFC, number 1569, suggests that paging be addressed in a rather unique
manner. Using the domain TPC.INT, which would be reserved for services that
necessitate the direct connection to The Phone Company, individual pagers would
be addressed by their individual phone numbers. Usernames would be limited to
pager-alpha or pager-numeric to represent the type of pager being addressed.
For example, an alpha-page being sent to 1-800-555-1212 would be sent as pager-
alpha@2.1.2.1.5.5.5.0.0.8.1.tcp.int.

Paging Terminal Data Ports

Many services offer modem connections to pager terminals so that computer users
can send pages from their desks using software packages like WinBeep, Notify! or
Messenger. All of these services connect to the pager terminal and speak to it
using a protocol known as
IXO.

Upon connection, a pager terminal identifies itself with the following:
ID=

(I bet you always wondered what the hell those systems were) Paging terminals
default to 300 E71, although many larger companies now have dialups supporting
up to 2400.

Many such systems allow you to manually enter in the appropriate information by
typing a capital "M" and a return at the ID= prompt. The system will then
prompt you for the PIN of the party you wish to page, followed by a prompt for
the message you wish to send, followed by a final prompt asking if you wish to
send more pages. Not every pager terminal will support a manual entry, but most
do.

All terminals support the IXO protocol. As there are far too many site specific
examples within the breadth of IXO, we will concentrate on the most common type
of pager services for our examples.

[Sample IXO transaction of a program sending the message ABC to PIN 123 gleened
from the IXOBeeper Docs]

Pager Terminal           YOU
                          --
                        <CR>
ID=
                  <ESC>PG1<CR>
Processing - Please Wait
                  <CR>
<CR>
ACK <CR>
<ESC>[p <CR>
                  <STX>123<CR>
                  ABC<CR>
                  <ETX>17;<CR>
<CR>
ACK <CR>
                  <EOT><CR>
<ESC>EOT <CR>


The checksum data came from:

STX        000   0010
1          011   0001
2          011   0010
3          001   0011
<CR>       000   1101
A          100   0001
B          100   0010
C          100   0011
<CR>       000   1101
ETX        000   0011

       1 0111 1011

       1    7      ;    Get it?   Get an ASCII chart and it will all make sense.
Note: Everything in the paging blocks, from STX to ETX inclusive are used to
generate the checksum. Also, this is binary data, guys... you can't just type
at the ID= prompt and expect to have it recognized as IXO. It wants specific
BITS. Got it? Just checking...


Pager Frequencies

Frequencies transmitting pager information are extremely easy to identify while
scanning. They identify each batch transmission with a two-tone signal, followed
by bursts of data.

voice pager ranges:
152.0100 - 152.2100
453.0250 - 453.1250
454.0250 - 454.6500
462.7500 - 462.9250

other paging ranges:
 35.0200 - 35.6800
 43.2000 - 43.6800
152.5100 - 152.8400
157.7700 - 158.0700
158.4900 - 158.6400
454.0250 - 454.6500
459.0250 - 459.6250
462.7500 - 462.9250
929.0125 - 931.9875

Interception and the Law

For many years the interception of pages was not considered an invasion of
privacy because of the limited information provided by the tone-only pagers in
use at the time. In fact, when Congress passed the Electronic Communications
Privacy Act in 1986 tone-only pagers were exempt from its provisions.

According to the ECPA, monitoring of all other types of paging signals,
including voice, is illegal. But, due to this same law, paging transmissions
are considered to have a reasonable expectation to privacy, and Law Enforcement
officials must obtain a proper court order to intercept them, or have the
consent of the subscriber.

To intercept pages, many LE-types will obtain beepers programmed with the same
capcode as their suspect. To do this, they must contact the paging company and
obtain the capcode associated with the person or phone number they are
interested in. However, even enlisting the assistance of the paging companies
often requires following proper legal procedures (warrants, subpoenas, etc.).

More sophisticated pager-interception devices are sold by a variety of
companies. SWS Security sells a device called the "Beeper Buster" for about
$4000.00. This particular device is scheduled as a Title III device, so any
possession of it by someone outside a law enforcement agency is a federal crime.
Greyson Electronics sells a package called PageTracker that uses an ICOM R7100
in conjunction with a personal computer to track and decode pager messages.
(Greyson also sells a similar package to decode AMPS cellular messages from
forward and reverse channels called "CellScope.")
For the average hacker-type, the most realistic and affordable option is the
Universal M-400 decoder. This box is about 400 bucks and will decode POCSAG at
512 and 1200, as well as GOLAY (although I've never seen a paging service using
GOLAY.) It also decodes CTCSS, DCS, DTMF, Baudot, ASCII, SITOR A & B, FEC-A,
SWED-ARQ, ACARS, and FAX. It takes audio input from any scanners external
speaker jack, and is probably the best decoder available to the Hacker/HAM for
the price.

Output from the M400 shows the capcode followed by T, N or A (tone, numeric or
alpha) ending with the message sent. Universal suggests hooking the input to
the decoder directly to the scanner before any de-emphasis circuitry, to obtain
the true signal. (Many scanners alter the audio before output for several
reasons that aren't really relevant to this article... they just do. :) )

Obviously, even by viewing the pager data as it streams by is of little use to
anyone without knowing to whom the pager belongs to. Law Enforcement can get a
subpoena and obtain the information easily, but anyone else is stuck trying to
social engineer the paging company. One other alternative works quite well when
you already know the individuals pager number, and need to obtain the capcode
(for whatever reason).

Pager companies will buy large blocks in an exchange for their customers. It is
extremely easy to discover the paging company from the phone number that
corresponds to the target pager either through the RBOC or by paging someone and
asking them who their provider is when they return your call. Once the company
is known, the frequencies allocated to that company are registered with the FCC
and are public information. Many CD-ROMS are available with the entire FCC
Master Frequency Database. (Percon sells one for 99 bucks that covers the whole
country - 716-386-6015) Libraries and the FCC itself will also have this
information available.

With the frequency set and a decoder running, send a page that will be
incredibly easy to discern from the tidal wave of pages spewing forth on the
frequency. (6666666666, THIS IS YOUR TEST PAGE, etc...) It will eventually
scroll by, and presto! How many important people love to give you their pager
number?

The Future

With the advent of new technologies pagers will become even more present in both
our businesses and private lives. Notebook computers and PDAs with PCMCIA slots
can make use of the new PCMCIA pager cards. Some of these cards have actual
screens that allow for use without the computer, but most require a program to
pull message data out. These cards also have somewhat large storage capacity,
so the length of messages have the option of being fairly large, should the
service provider allow them to be.

With the advent of 8-bit alphanumeric services, users with PCMCIA pagers can
expect to receive usable computer data such as spreadsheet entries, word
processing documents, and of course, GIFs. (Hey, porno entrepreneurs: beeper-
porn! Every day, you get a new gif sent to your pagecard! Woo Woo. Sad thing
is, it would probably sell.)

A branch of Motorola known as EMBARC (Electronic Mail Broadcast to A Roaming
Computer) was one of the first to allow for such broadcasts. EMBARC makes use of
a proprietary Motorola protocol, rather than POCSAG, so subscribers must make
use of either a Motorola NewsStream pager (with nifty serial cable) or a newer
PCMCIA pager. Messages are sent to (and received by) the user through the use
of special client software.

The software dials into the EMBARC message switch accessed through AT&T's
ACCUNET packet-switched network. The device itself is used for authentication
(most likely its capcode or serial number) and some oddball protocol is spoken
to communicate with the switch.

Once connected, users have the option of sending a page out, or retrieving pages
either too large for the memory of the pager, or from a list of all messages
sent in the last 24 hours, in case the subscriber had his pager turned off.

Additionally, the devices can be addressed directly via x.400 addresses.
(X.400: The CCITT standard that covers email address far too long to be worth
sending anyone mail to.) So essentially, any EMBARC customer can be contacted
from the Internet.

MTEL, the parent company of the huge paging service SkyTel, is implementing what
may be the next generation of paging technologies. This service, NWN, being
administrated by MTEL subsidiary Destineer, is most often called 2-way paging,
but is more accurately Narrowband-PCS.

The network allows for the "pager" to be a transceiver. When a page arrives,
the device receiving the page will automatically send back an acknowledgment of
its completed reception. Devices may also send back some kind of "canned
response" the user programs. An example might be: "Thanks, I got it!" or "Why
on Earth are you eating up my allocated pages for the month with this crap?"

MTEL's service was awarded a Pioneers Preference by the FCC, which gave them
access to the narrowband PCS spectrum before the auctions. This is a big deal,
and did not go unnoticed by Microsoft. They dumped cash into the network, and
said the devices will be supported by Chicago. (Yeah, along with every other
device on the planet, right? Plug and Pray!)

The network will be layed out almost identically to MTEL's existing paging
network, using dedicated lines to connect towers in an area to a central
satellite up/downlink. One key difference will be the addition of highly
somewhat sensitive receivers on the network, to pick up the ACKs and replies of
the customer units, which will probably broadcast at about 2 or 3 watts. The
most exciting difference will be the speed at which the network transmits data:
24,000 Kbps. Twenty-four thousand. (I couldn't believe it either. Not only
can you get your GIFs sent to your pager, but you get them blinding FAST!) The
actual units themselves will most likely look like existing alphanumeric pagers
with possibly a few more buttons, and of course, PCMCIA units will be available
to integrate with computer applications.

Beyond these advancements, other types of services plan on offering paging like
features. CDPD, TDMA & CDMA Digital Cellular and ESMR all plan on providing a
"pager-like" option for their customers. The mere fact that you can walk into a
K-Mart and buy a pager off a rack would indicate to me that pagers are far to
ingrained into our society, and represent a wireless technology that doesn't
scare or confuse the yokels. Such a technology doesn't ever really go away.


Railroads
160.215 to 161.565 MHz

The railroads of North America are assigned a group of 97 frequencies in the VHF
band. These frequencies are in the range of 160.110 megahertz to 161.565
megahertz, in 15 kilohertz increments. The frequency assignment within this
frequency range is managed by the Association of American Railroads (AAR), which
is an industry association composed of the various railroads of the United
States and Canada.

With the increasing use of run-through trains and leased motive power, many of
America's railroads are equipping locomotives with radio transceivers capable of
using all 97 railroad frequencies. For simplicity, the frequencies are assigned
channel numbers that are used to select the proper frequency on any AAR 97-
channel radio. Since the various railroad operating timetables often refer to
the AAR channel numbers, they are included in this list.

For historical reasons, a few railroads use frequencies outside the normal 97-
channel range. These are listed without AAR channel numbers.

Outside the VHF band, the railroads of North America use the frequency 457.9375
megahertz for transmissions from a train's end-of-train (EOT) device to the
train's lead locomotive.

Most U. S. end-of-train devices transmit only. However, in Canada, the frequency
452.9375 megahertz is used to transmit from a train's lead locomotive to the
end-of-train device. Use of two-way end-of-train devices is gaining popularity
in the United States. Before the universal adoption of these EOT frequencies by
the AAR, Norfolk Southern adopted its own EOT devices, which transmit on the
frequency 161.115 megahertz.

This list consists of two parts:

    1. a list of railroads showing the frequencies
         assigned to these railroads.

    2. a list of frequencies showing the railroads
         using each of the assigned frequencies.

Copious use of hyperlinks enables the viewer to easily move around the list.

Please be aware that the American railroads' changing operating needs often
result in changes in the frequencies used on one or more parts of the railroad's
system. The best source for up-to-date information is the railroad's operating
timetable; if this is not available, radio frequency data is often available in
publications such as Trains, RailNews, Railpace, Railfan, etc.


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Air Scan
Listings for US, Canada, Pacific Islands, Caribbean, Mexico, Greenland & Iceland
Published by CRB Research Books, Inc.
Tom Kneitel, K2AES
Covering HF & VHF aeronautical communications
FCC Frequency Retrieval System
Wonderful shareware program that allows access to regional FCC license data.
Incredibly flexible. Try ScanWare Associates


Grove FCC Database
FCC licenses available on 3 1/2" diskette (by state) or on CD-ROM for the entire
United States. Exceptional search engine and printing features. CD-ROM price
($100) is prohibitive compared to PerCon ($30)


MONITOR AMERICA
Published by Scanner Master Corporation
Richard Barnett, Editor
Covers 50 United States
Can not come more highly recommended; especially if you travel


PerCon Spectrum Frequency Database
CD-ROM containg all FCC licenses for the United States. Comes with DOS and
Windows program for accessing this data. User interface is quite limited for
searching. While a good value for the frequency coverage, I prefer Grove or
ScanWare products for much better search engine.


Police Call Plus
Published annually by Hollins Radio Data
Gene Hughes, Editor
9 volumes covering US
Available from Radio Shack


The Scanner Listener's Handbook
Published by Tiare Publications
Edward Soomre, N1BFF


Scanner Radio Guide
Published by HighText publications, Inc.
Larry M. Barker


Scanners & Secret Frequencies
Published by INDEX Publishing Group
Henry L. Eisenson
Highly recommended!


The "Top Secret" Registry of US Government Radio Frequencies
Published by CRB Research Books, Inc.
Tom Kneitel, K2AES
Frequency listings for government agencies from the Accounting Office to the
White House.


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TV DX Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Just what is TV DX?   "TV DX" is radio jargon for "distant reception of TV
signals".

What does the "DX" part mean? "DX" is a ham-radio abbreviation for "distance".
Hams often use letter abbreviations so they can transmit faster via Morse code.
Also, these abbreviations transcend language differences. Many ham abbreviations
have found their way into the radio hobby in general so that definitions are
standardized. Some other common ham abbreviations are QRM (interference), QSL
(verification of reception), QTH (location), and QRP (reduced power). A
conversation between two radio hobbyists often sounds like alphabet soup!

How does TV DX happen? Broadly speaking, TV DX takes place when normal
atmospheric conditions change to permit distant reception. Disturbances in
layers of the upper atmosphere allow local signals to reflect and/or travel
through "ducts". Many kinds of shortwave reception rely upon normal atmospheric
properties to transmit their signals daily throughout the world. A simple
definition of TV DX could be "when TV signals act like shortwave". (This is a
gross overgeneralization but it conveys the basic idea.) Sunspot activity can
also play a role.

So is this what they're talking about when local stations sometimes announce
that atmospheric conditions are interfering with their signal? Very likely. The
lower VHF channels (2 through 6) are particularly susceptible to DX
interference. When I used to live near a TV station on channel 3, every summer
when the "skip" kicked in they would run a crawler along the bottom of the
screen explaining that the interference was due to atmospheric conditions beyond
their control.

What's "skip"? You may have heard of CB radio operators "talking skip". This is
when they can exceed the normal range of a CB signal due to the same atmospheric
conditions that allow TV DX.

NOTE: Skip is not the only type of TV DX. More comprehensive technical
explanations of all DX propagation phenomena will be included in future upgrades
to these pages.

Is TV DX the same as getting out-of-town TV stations? No. Typically, a TV signal
is viewed throughout a fifty- to one hundred-mile radius of the station. (Cable
TV frequently extends this range.) That means that every day you can count on
watching your favorite programs on a certain group of stations in your antenna's
range. TV DX, on the other hand, comes and goes.
NOTE: Viewership patterns depend largely upon the availability of local stations
and the perceived desirability of getting a certain station. For people seventy-
five miles from the closest TV station, that may be their preferred station
because that's all they can get. On the other hand, two TV markets fifty miles
apart may abruptly split their viewership somewhere in between, even though each
city can receive the other's broadcasts with a halfway decent antenna. Or a
small TV market may significantly view the signals of a nearby major TV market
in addition to the local stations.

How do you know it's a distant signal? Is it a station you've been used to
receiving? If not, is it a new station in your area? If neither of these are
true, you are probably DXing. Also, you can tell it's a distant station by
commercials, news, and of course the station identification (ID).

But don't you need special equipment? Not always. Skip can be received
adequately with rabbit ears. For some DX it is helpful to have the most
sensitive antenna possible and to amplify the signal using a booster. Sometimes
DX can only be received with sophisticated equipment, but your ordinary TV
antenna and set are sufficient for at least some DX.

Does it require a special TV set? Not necessarily. Generally speaking, the newer
"electronic" tuners (the ones with digital channel display that automatically
fine-tune and block out weak signals) are not as desirable for DX as the old-
fashioned click-in-place dials with a manual fine-tuning knob. Serious DXers can
buy ultra-sensitive tuners that detect DX invisible to those with more typical
equipment.

What about antennas? Generally speaking, the more sophisticated antenna you
have, the more DX you will see. (A superior antenna connected to an average
receiver is better than an average antenna connected to a superior receiver.)
This is absolutely true for UHF. Also, an outdoor antenna is almost always
preferable to an indoor antenna. (A rotor is essential so you can point your
antenna in the direction of the DX or minimize a local signal that is
"interfering" with the DX!) However, it is entirely possible to see decent skip
with rabbit ears in a basement! This is because the signal is coming down to you
from the atmosphere rather than across the terrain.

Is TV DX predictable? Only in the broadest sense, and even then it's only
probable and not certain. In the most general sense, summer is the best time for
TV DX. (Again, this is a gross oversimplication.) DXers have also been able to
chart activity over many years and find most probable times for DX based on past
performance.

How long does it last? Generally, it lasts as long as the conditions creating it
last. This can be anywhere from a few seconds to several days. Some kinds of
"tropo" (tropospheric bending/ducting) can last a few days near coastal areas. I
once saw channel 9 from Orlando in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina for a week. My
wife's girlfriend from Tunisia used to watch Sicilian TV from Palermo all
summer, but only in the summer.

Does it help if you're near water? What about mountains? If water is between you
and the signal, then water can be helpful, whether the reception is DX or
normal, everyday reception. Water can reflect signals, making very long-haul DX
possible. Mountains tend to block out or reduce normal reception and do make
some kinds of DX more difficult. However, skip is entirely possible even if you
are completely surrounded by mountains. I once saw skip in Green Bank, West
Virginia, where the National Radio Astronomy Observatory deep-space dishes are
located. (Don't camp out on their physical plant, though. Those dishes are
ultra-sensitive and they have a crew that monitors everything in the vicinity
that can cause radio interference, even household appliances and, yes, your TV
set.)

What's the point of watching distant TV when you can just get cable or a
satellite dish? If you are relying on DX for your TV reception, you're far
better off getting cable or a dish. DX is an abnormal occurrence, not a source
of regular TV. TV DXers are fascinated by what and how much they can pick up,
and TV DX that allows you to sit back and "just watch the program" is the
exception.

Is the picture clear? Some DX comes in as clearly as a local station. Often,
though, the DX signal is weak, laden with interference, fades in and out, is
only video or audio, or all of the above. The harder the DX is to pin down, the
more it becomes a sport.

Can I get these stations on satellite? Cable? Satellite TV operates on a
completely different set of frequencies and is not affected by the same kind of
atmospheric conditions that create TV DX. Your cable company's master antenna
("head end") may receive DX just like your rooftop antenna, especially if the
regular station on that channel is quite far away or isn't on the air yet. This
can make for some fascinating and unusual DX! Stronger local stations are rarely
affected by DX interference on cable. (And sometimes a local station feeds its
signal directly to the cable company, which wouldn't be susceptible to DX at
all.)

Do you need to be a ham operator? No. Many TV DXers are also hams, though.

Are all those antennas on your house going to interfere with my TV reception?
No. TV antennas are for receiving only, not for transmitting. Interference is
only possible if I'm transmitting something, not receiving signals.

Does cable ever interfere with TV DX? It can. Poorly shielded cable lines can
radiate their signal into homes that don't have cable. It can mimic a DX signal.
If your regular TV stations are being interfered with by cable, contact your
local cable company. (I don't think cable companies are under any obligation to
eliminate your interference so you can DX.) I don't know the legal situation in
Canada.

Can you pick up stations from other countries? In North America, DX signals from
the United States, Canada and Mexico can cross the border and be received
hundreds of miles inside the country, depending on what kind of DX it is. of
course, people living near the border can often receive foreign stations on a
daily basis anyway. TV technical standards are the same throughout North
America, so everyday reception as well as DX is possible using your present TV
set. "F2 skip" makes trans-oceanic reception conceivable, though it is rare.
Also, TV technical specifications are different in many countries outside North
America. The fundamental theory of TV reception is the same all over the world,
but there are differences in frequencies, picture resolution, audio
transmission, and electrical cycles, so you would need a TV set compatible with
those specifications. (There is such a thing as a worldwide TV set, but they are
quite expensive and usually purchased only by people who foresee moving back and
forth, such as military and diplomatic personnel.) In some countries you may
even see antennas that look like they're on their sides, with the elements
aligned to ground and sky (vertical) rather than parallel to the ground!
Can I also DX FM radio? Yes! The FM band is affected by the same kinds of
atmospheric phenomena as TV. The FM band (88 - 108 MHz) is situated just above
TV channel 6 on the spectrum. In fact, if you tune your radio to the very low
end of the FM band (be careful and don't break your dial!) you can hear the
audio portion of channel 6 if you have a nearby station on that channel. I once
DXed WPVI-6 in Philadelphia from the Shenandoah National Park, a distance of
over 200 miles, using my car radio.

I am going to be adding information specific to FM DX in the future. However, I
do not normally DX FM and I would appreciate some assistance from any FM DX
enthusiast who might be reading this page. Contributors will be given on-page
credit!

How can I find out more about TV and FM DX? You can either contact me or drop a
line to the Worldwide TV-FM DX Association (WTFDA), a club devoted to the TV and
FM DX enthusiast. WTFDA publishes a monthly magazine called VHF-UHF Digest.
They're not yet set up to receive e-mail, so you can write to them at

    Worldwide TV-FM DX Association
    PO Box 17333
    Asheville, NC 28816

Worldwide TV-FM DX Association is a member of ANARC, the Association of North
American Radio Clubs.

				
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