PMR 446 TÜRKİYE

Türkiye PMR Telsiz ve Haberleşme Platformu

DÜNYA, Afet ve Acil Durum frekansları ;


The differences between dPMR 446 (FDMA), DMR 446 (TDMA) and Analogue (FM) PMR 446 formats
dPMR 446 FREKANSLAR DİJİTAL
dPMR446 Kanal Frekans (MHz)
01 446,103125
02 446,109375
03 446,115625
04 446,121875
05 446,128125
06 446,134375
07 446,140625
08 446,146875
09 446,153125
10 446,159375
11 446,165625
12 446,171875
13 446,178125
14 446,184375
15 446,190625
16 446,196875

DMR 446 frekanslar dijital
DMR Katman I Kanal Frekans (MHz)
1 446,10625
2 446,11875
3 446,13125
4 446,14375
5 446,15625
6 446,16875
7 446,18125
8 446,19375

Avrupa'da mı yaşıyorsun yoksa seyahat ediyor musun? Bir felaket veya acil durum için hazır mısınız?
VHF / UHF HT telsizinizi, tüm PMR, FREENET, KDR, CANAL-E, Jaktradio ve UHF-CB kanallarıyla süper bir SHTF hayatta kalma telsizine dönüştürün.

AVRUPA SURVIVALIST KANALLARI VHF UHF
Acil bir durumda, başkalarıyla kanallarında iletişim kurmanız gerekebilir ...

(FREENET 1) 149,025000 MHz NFM Tek Aile / Prepper
(FREENET 2) 149,037500 MHz NFM Tek Tekrarlayıcı / Uzaktan
(FREENET 3) 149,050000 MHz NFM Tek Survivalist
(FREENET 4) 149,087500 MHz NFM Simplex
(FREENET 5) 149,100000 MHz NFM Simpleks
(FREENET 6) 149.112500 MHz NFM Tek Yönlü Tekrarlayıcı / Uzaktan

Bazı bölgelerde, kullanıcılar FreeNet ile 11 metre FM CB kanalları veya PMR446 kanalları arasında
çapraz bant tekrarlayıcılar oluşturmuşlardır. Ayrıca, bazı internet-VOIP ağları tekrarlayıcılara
benzer uzak bağlantılar sağlar.
Acil bir durumda, farklı radyo türlerini kullanan başkalarıyla, birçok farklı kanalda iletişim kurmanız gerekebilir.
PMR 446 radyo mu kullanıyorlar? UHF CB? Yoksa FreeNet mi yoksa KDR 444 mü? Canal-E Alpleri'nde? Hazırlık eksikliğinin
acil durum iletişim ihtiyaçlarınızı önlemesine izin vermeyin.
Her ne ise, nerede olursanız olun, Avrupa'da nerede olursanız olun, Baofeng'inizdeki veya diğer VHF UHF radyonuzdaki
tüm kanalları programlayarak şimdi hazırlayın. Bir felaket gerçekleştiğinde, herhangi bir acil durumda,
sadece onları çevirin ve konuşun. Hazır mısın?
Bu frekans listesi VHF-UHF alıcı-vericileri (VHF-UHF HT) programlamak içindir.
FM Afetinizi Avrupa Afet Hazırlığı ve Acil Durum İletişimi için harika bir PMR / FREENET / KDR / CANAL-E telsizine dönüştürün.

PMR 446
PMR radyoları, Avrupa, Orta Doğu ve Afrika'daki en popüler lisanssız UHF HT walkie talkie'lerdir.
Ayrıca Kişisel Mobil Radyo, UHF-CB veya Avrupa Kabarcık Paketi Radyoları olarak da bilinir.
Tüm PMR kanalları tek yönlüdür. Standart FM (NFM) ve çeşitli Dijital Ses modları dahil olmak üzere kullanımda
birçok farklı mod vardır. En yaygın NFM (Narrow FM) Simplex'dir. 8 resmi FM kanalı ve esas olarak
Dijital Ses için kullanılan 8 ila 16 kanal var. Ancak, birçok UHF-CB serbest operatör operatörü
PMR Dijital Ses kanallarında (dPMR) FM kullanır.
Dijital Ses modu (4FSK), FM ile uyumlu değildir.
Burada, çoğu VHF / UHF HT telsiziyle en iyi birlikte çalışabilirlik için
yalnızca FM kanallarını listeleriz.

PMR 466 KANAL FREKANS LİSTESİ (UHF-FM)
Bu dünya çapında ayarlanan birincil PMR kanalıdır.
FRS'ye benzer NFM (Darbant FM) simpleks içindir.
Tesadüfen, kanallar ABD / Kanada'daki UHF jambon grubunun bir parçası.
Tesadüfen, PMR3 kanalı (446.03125 MHz PMR Survivalist Kanalı), yaklaşık 1 kHz içinde,
ABD / Kanada Ham UHF survivalist kanalı 446.030 MHz FM Simpleks ile eşdeğerdir.

(Kanal) FREKANS MODU
(PMR 1) 446,006250 MHz NFM Tek TX PL 67.0 Hz Aile / Prepper
(PMR 2) 446,018750 MHz NFM Tek TX PL 67.0 Hz
(PMR 3) 446,031250 MHz NFM Tek TX PL 67.0 Hz Survivalist
(PMR 4) 446,043750 MHz NFM Simpleks TX PL 67.0 Hz
(PMR 5) 446.056250 MHz NFM Simpleks TX PL 67.0 Hz
(PMR 6) 446.068750 MHz NFM Simpleks TX PL 67.0 Hz
(PMR 7) 446.081250 MHz NFM Simpleks TX PL 67.0 Hz
(PMR 8) 446.093750 MHz NFM Tek TX PL 67.0 Hz Arama

PMR 466 UHF DİJİTAL SES (DMR) VE SERBEST UÇLU FM
Dijital DMR Tier I, 4FSK dijital TDMA sesidir. FM (NFM) kullanıcıları aynı kanallarda serbest bırakılabilirler.

(Kanal) FREKANS MODU
(PMR 9) 446,106250 MHz DMR Aşama I veya NFM Tek TX PL 67.0 Hz
(PMR 10) 446,118750 MHz DMR Aşama I veya NFM Tek TX PL 67.0 Hz
(PMR 11) 446,131250 MHz DMR Aşama I veya NFM Tek TX PL 67.0 Hz
(PMR 12) 446.143750 MHz DMR Katman I veya NFM Simplex TX PL 67.0 Hz
(PMR 13) 446.156250 MHz DMR Katman I veya NFM Simplex TX PL 67.0 Hz Hayatta Kalma
(PMR 14) 446.168750 MHz DMR Tier I veya NFM Simplex TX 67.0 Hz
(PMR 15)446.181250 MHz DMR Aşama I veya NFM Simplex TX PL 67.0 Hz
(PMR 16) 446.193750 MHz DMR Aşama I veya NFM Simplex TX PL 67.0 Hz

PMR 466 UHF DİJİTAL SES (FDMA) VE SERBEST BANT FM
Dijital dPMR446, 4FSK dijital FDMA sesidir. FM (NFM) kullanıcıları aynı kanallarda serbest bırakılabilirler.
(Kanal) FREKANS MODU (PMRD1) 446,103125 MHz dPMR veya NFM Tek TX PL 67.0 Hz (PMRD2) 446,109375 MHz dPMR veya NFM Tek TX PL 67.0 Hz (PMRD3) 446,115625 MHz dPMR veya NFM Tek TX PL 67.0 Hz Survivalist (PMRD4) 446,121875 MHz dPMR veya NFM Tek TX PL 67.0 Hz (PMRD5) 446,128125 MHz dPMR veya NFM Tek TX PL 67.0 Hz (PMRD6) 446,134375 MHz dPMR veya NFM Tek TX PL 67.0 Hz (PMRD7) 446,140625 MHz dPMR veya NFM Tek TX PL 67.0 Hz (PMRD8) 446,146875 MHz dPMR veya NFM Tek TX PL 67.0 Hz (PMRD9) 446,153125 MHz dPMR veya NFM Tek TX PL 67.0 Hz (PMRD10) 446,159375 MHz dPMR veya NFM Tek TX PL 67.0 Hz (PMRD11) 446,165625 MHz dPMR veya NFM Tek TX PL 67.0 Hz (PMRD12) 446,171875 MHz dPMR veya NFM Tek TX PL 67.0 Hz (PMRD13) 446,178125 MHz dPMR veya NFM Tek TX PL 67.0 Hz (PMRD14) 446,184375 MHz dPMR veya NFM Simplex TX PL 67.0 Hz (PMRD15) 446.190625 MHz dPMR veya NFM Simplex TX PL 67.0 Hz (PMRD16) 446.196875 MHz dPMR veya NFM Simplex TX PL 67.0 Hz
FreeNet VHF HT telsizi Avrupa FreeNet Lisanssız VHF HT Walkie Talkie FREENET FREENET, bir Avrupa lisanssız VHF radyo kanalı setidir . Preppers ile popüler. Freenet Almanya'da başladı ve son zamanlarda diğer Avrupa ülkelerine yayıldı. VHF CB gibidir. Potansiyel mesafe aralığı genellikle PMR 446 veya UHF CB'den fazladır. (Kanal) FREKANS MODU (FREENET 1) 149,025000 MHz NFM Tek Aile / Prepper (FREENET 2) 149,037500 MHz NFM Tek Tekrarlayıcı / Uzaktan (FREENET 3) 149,050000 MHz NFM Tek Survivalist (FREENET 4) 149,087500 MHz NFM Simplex (FREENET 5) 149,100000 MHz NFM Simpleks (FREENET 6) 149.112500 MHz NFM Tek Yönlü Tekrarlayıcı / Uzaktan
Bazı bölgelerde, kullanıcılar FreeNet ile 11 metre FM CB kanalları veya PMR446 kanalları arasında çapraz bant tekrarlayıcılar oluşturmuşlardır. Ayrıca, bazı internet-VOIP ağları tekrarlayıcılara benzer uzak bağlantılar sağlar. Alpler Kanalı-E Kanalı-E SAR VHF Radyo Alpler Kanalı-E Kanalı-E SAR VHF Radyo 161.3 MHz FM Tek Yönlü PL Ton 123 Hz
ALPS KANAL E (Kanal E) Alps Channel-E, yalnızca SAR ve kayak devriyelerinin bu acil VHF kanalını izlediği İsviçre ve Fransa çevresindeki Alpler dağ sınır bölgesinde kullanılan Acil Arama Kurtarma (SAR) radyo kanalıdır . (KANAL) FREKANS MODU (KANAL E) 161.300000 MHz FM Simplex PL = 123Hz Hayatta Kalma Not: Kanal E'de her zaman PL = 123 Hz tonunu iletir. Acil durum radyo kanalı (161.300 MHz), acil bir durumda İsviçre genelinde herkes tarafından kullanılabilir ve bu sıklıkta doğrudan acil yardım talep edilebilir.
“ Acil durum radyonuzu Haute-Savoie bölgesinde veya Aosta Vadisi'nde kullanmak istiyorsanız, 123.0 Hz ton susturma (PL ton veya CTCSS) yayması gerekir. Ton susturma olmadan bu bölgelerdeki yerel kurtarma hizmetleri ile iletişim kuramazsınız. “ Rega ve KWRO / OCVS , Kanal E'deki (Kanal E) acil durum radyo kapsamının izlenmesinden kısmen sorumlu kuruluşlardan bazılarıdır. (KANAL E) 161,300000 MHz FM Simplex iletimi PL = 123Hz FM (NFM değil)
KDR 444 (SRBR 444) KDR 444, çoğunlukla İsveç ve Norveç'te aktif olan lisanssız bir UHF radyo kanalı setidir. KDR, FRS, PMR 446 veya UHF CB'ye benzer ve potansiyel mesafe aralığı yaklaşık olarak aynıdır. KDR da SRBR 444 olarak bilinen 444 (PROGRAM) FREKANS MODE (KDR 1) 444,600000 MHz FM Simplex (KDR 2) 444,650000 MHz FM Simplex (KDR 3) 444,800000 MHz FM Tek Survivalist-Prepper (KDR 4) 444,825000 MHz FM Simplex (KDR 5) 444.850000 MHz FM Tek Yönlü (KDR 6) 444.875000 MHz FM Tek Yönlü (KDR 7) 444.925000 MHz FM Tek Yönlü (KDR 8) 444.975000 MHz FM Tek Yönlü Jaktradio, Norveç ve İsveç'te popüler bir VHF av telsiz sistemidir. Jaktradio, Norveç ve İsveç'te popüler bir VHF av telsiz sistemidir.
Jaktradio (Avcılık Radyo) Jaktradio (Hunting Radio) İsveç, Norveç ve Danimarka'da çok aktif olan popüler bir lisanssız VHF yüksek bant radyo grubu grubudur. Freenet'e benzer. Yaklaşık 4 veya 5 Watt FM tek yönlü olan potansiyel mesafe aralığı, Freenet, Marine VHF veya MURS ile yaklaşık aynıdır. Ucuz HT'ler (PMR'ye benzer) yaygın olarak bulunur. Bazı HT'ler Norveç, İsveç ve Danimarka kanalları için yapılandırılabilir; diğer HT'ler yalnızca bir veya 2 ülkeli bir kanal setine sahip olabilir. Aşağıda listelenen tüm jakt kanalları geleneksel bir çift bant VHF HT veya mobil telsize programlandığında, herhangi bir VHF yüksek bant jaktradio ile iletişim sağlar.
İSVEÇ Jaktradio (KANAL) FREKANS MODU (JAKSV1 ) 155,425 MHz FM Simplex Kanal çağrılması (JAKSV2) 155,475 MHz FM Simplex (JAKSV3) 155,500 MHz FM Simplex İsveç Survivalist-Prepper (JAKSV4) 155,525 MHz FM Simplex (JAKSV5) 156.000 MHz FM Simplex (birlikte çalışabilir Land Mobile ile birlikte (JAKSV6) 155.400 MHz FM Simpleks (JAKSV7) 155.450 MHz FM Simpleks
NORVEÇ Jaktradio (KANAL) FREKANS MODU (JAKNO1 ) 143,900 MHz FM Simplex çağrılması Kanal (JAKNO2) 139,400 MHz FM Simplex (JAKNO3) 143,350 MHz FM Simplex Norveç Survivalist-Prepper (JAKNO4) 138,850 MHz FM Simplex (JAKNO5) 143,250 MHz FM Simplex (JAKNO6 ) 138.750 MHz FM Tek Yönlü
DANİMARKA Jaktradio (CHANNEL) FREKANS MODU (JAKDK1 ) 164.3500 MHz FM Simplex Danimarka-Survivalist-Hazırlayıcı (JAKDK2 ) 154.6625 MHz FM Simplex Danimarka Av Kulübü (JAKDK3 ) 171.0500 MHz FM Simplex 4WD Jeep 3 3 3 Radyo Planı 3-3-3 Radyo Planı
İsveç 69 MHz (4 metre) İsveç 69 MHz , çoğunlukla İsveç'te baz, mobil veya el tipi üniteler için aktif olan lisanssız bir orta bant VHF radyo kanalı setidir. 25 Watt FM simpleks mevcut olduğunda, 5Watt 27 MHz AM-FM CB'den daha yüksek yer altı dalgası mesafe aralığı potansiyeli vardır. Bu, su, tepeler ve dağların üzerinde iyi yerel yayılımın yanı sıra, küçük bir anten için daha iyi anten verimi eklenmesi rahatlığıyla birlikte çok çekici bir yeni radyo servisidir. (KANAL) FREKANS MODU (69SVK1) 69.0125 MHz FM Simpleks TX PL = 88,5 Hz (69SVK2) 69,0375 MHz FM Simpleks TX PL = 88,5 Hz (69SVK3) 69,0625 MHz FM Simpleks TX PL = 88,5 Hz Survivalist-Prepper (69SVK4) 69,0875 MHz FM Tek TX PL = 88.5 Hz (69SVK5) 69,1125 MHz FM Tek TX PL = 88.5 Hz (69SVK6) 69,1375 MHz FM Tek TX PL = 88.5 Hz (69SVK7) 69,1625 MHz FM Tek TX PL = 88.5 Hz (69SVK8) 69,1875 MHz FM Simpleks TX PL = 88,5 Hz Arayan Kanal
Not: Normal standart, kullanıcıların her zaman PL Tonu = 88,5 Hz iletmesi içindir, ancak diğer PL Tonları başka amaçlar için veya alt gruplar tarafından kullanılabilir. 4 metrelik bandın İsveç'teki Kamu Güvenliği radyoları tarafından kullanımı uzun yıllardır yaygındır ve bu yeni 69 Mhz lisanssız hizmet, 68-69 MHz aralığında birçok kanalın ortasındadır ve ilk yanıt verenlerle birlikte çalışabilirlik sağlar. acil bir durumda. 69 MHz'lik erken kabul edenlerin çoğunun mevcut kamu hizmeti radyo modellerini kullanması beklenmektedir, ancak gelecekteki CB benzeri radyoların piyasada görünmesi potansiyeli vardır. Daha fazla bilgi: bkz. Svenka privatradioklubben Tellus (İsveç Özel Radyo Kulübü). İsveç 155 MHz ve 31 MHz FM Avcılık Radyo (Jaktradio) El Telsizi 5 Watt FM İsveç 155 MHz ve 31 MHz FM Avcılık Radyo (Jaktradio) El Telsizi 5 Watt FM İSVEÇ 31 MHZ LAND MOBİL VE JAKTRADİO 31 MHz, özellikle 5 Watt FM El Telsizleri (HT) veya araç cep telefonlarını kullanarak av telsizleri ve CB benzeri operasyonlar için İsveç'in kuzey bölgelerinde popülerdir. (CH) FREKANS, MOD
(01) 30.930 MHz FM Tek Yönlü PL Ton yok (02) 30.940 MHz FM Tek Yönlü No PL Tonu (03) 30.950 MHz FM Tek Yönlü PL Tonu (04) 30.960 MHz FM Tek Yönlü PL Tonu (05) 30.970 MHz FM Tek Yönlü No PL Tonu (06) 31.030 MHz FM Tek Yönlü No PL Tonu (07) 31.040 MHz FM Tek Yönlü No PL Tonu (08) 31.050 MHz FM Tek Yönlü No PL Tonu (09) 31.060 MHz FM Tek Yönlü PL Tonu (10) 31.070 MHz FM Tek Yönlü PL Tonu Yok (11) 31.080 MHz FM Tek Yönlü No PL Tonu (12) 31.090 MHz FM Tek Yönlü Yok PL Tonu (13) 31.100 MHz FM Simpleks PL Tonu Yok (14) 31.110 MHz FM Simpleks PL Tonu Yok (15) 31.120 MHz FM Simpleks PL Tonu Yok (16) 31.130 MHz FM Simpleks PL Tonu Yok (17) 31.140 MHz FM Simpleks PL Tonu Yok (18) 31.150 MHz FM Simpleks PL Tonu Yok (19) 31.160 MHz FM Simpleks PL Tonu Yok (20) 31.170 MHz FM Simpleks PL Tonu Yok (21) 31.180 MHz FM Simpleks PL Tonu Yok (22) 31.190 MHz FM Simpleks PL Tonu Yok (23) 31.200 MHz FM Simpleks PL tonu yok (24) 31.210 MHz FM Simpleks PL tonu yok (25) 31.220 MHz FM Simpleks PL tonu yok (26) 31.230 MHz FM Simpleks PL tonu yok (27) 31.240 MHz FM Simpleks PL tonu yok (28) 31.250 MHz FM Tek Yönlü PL No PL Tonu (29) 31.260 MHz FM Simpleks PL tonu yok (30) 31.270 MHz FM Simpleks PL tonu yok (31) 31.280 MHz FM Simpleks PL tonu yok (32) 31.290 MHz FM Simpleks PL tonu yok (33) 31.300 MHz FM Simpleks PL tonu yok (34) 31.310 MHz FM Simpleks PL Tonu Yok (35) 31.320 MHz FM Simpleks PL Tonu Yok (36) 31.330 MHz FM Simpleks PL Tonu Yok (37) 31.340 MHz FM Simpleks PL Yok (38) 31.350 MHz FM Simpleks PL Yok (39) 31.360 MHz FM Tek Yönlü PL Tonu Yok (40) 31.370 MHz FM Tek Yönlü PL Tonu Yok 3 3 3 Radyo Planı 3-3-3 Radyo Planı
Bu makalenin orijinal kaynağı RadioMaster Reports blog'udur . Baofeng gibi birçok küçük ucuz HT, uygun varsayılan programlama olmadan satılmaktadır. Bu telsizleri ve benzer Ham telsizlerini kullanmak için, onları tuş takımını kullanarak manuel olarak programlamak veya telsizlere istenilen kanal frekanslarını yüklemek için yazılım kullanmak gerekir.
TELSİZİNİZİ PROGRAMLAMA Sahip olduğunuz radyonun türü, onu nasıl programladığınızı belirler. Cep, baz veya el tipi (HT) telsiziniz olabilir. Bazı radyolar manuel programlama gerektirir. Çoğu modern radyo, bilgisayarınızın USB veya seri bağlantı noktası ile mikrofonu veya veri girişi arasındaki bir kablo adaptörüyle programlama özelliğine sahiptir. Lütfen nasıl programlanacağı hakkında bilgi için telsizinizin kullanım kılavuzuna veya kullanım kılavuzuna bakın. PL TON Listedeki tüm kanallar varsayılan olarak PL Ton İletimi ile Taşıyıcı Susturma Alımı'dır. Birlikte çalışabilirlik için Transmit PL, her kanal ve hizmet türü için en yaygın ton frekansına varsayılan olarak ayarlanmıştır. Bu makalenin orijinal kaynağı RadioMaster Reports . Feragatname: RadioMaster Raporlarında sağlanan içerik yalnızca eğitim amaçlı olarak pasif olarak eğitim amaçlı verilmiştir. Bu bilgiler, acil durumlar veya felaket kurtarma durumunda, özellikle normal teknikler mevcut bir seçenek olmadığında, halka yararlı olabilir. Bu eğitim bilgilerinin kullanıcıları eylemlerinden tek başına sorumludur.
Preppers Test Out Military Surplus Low Band VHF Radios on SHTF Survival channel 33.400 MHz FM Simplex Preppers Test Out Military Surplus Low Band VHF Radios on SHTF Survival channel 33.400 MHz FM Simplex Radio Bunker at Bug Out Location 3 during SHTF Test Drill Radio Bunker at Bug Out Location 3 during SHTF Test Drill Some interesting older “green” military surplus radios common for Low Band VHF frequencies: Military manpack set PRC-9, AN/PRC-9 (27.0-38.9 MHz FM) continuously tunable Military manpack set PRC-10, AN/PRC-10 (38.0 to 54.9 MHz) continuously tunable Military manpack set PRC-77, AN/PRC-77 (30-52.95; 53-75.95 MHz FM) channel spacing 50 kHz Military manpack set PRC-25, AN/PRC-25 (30-52.95; 53-75.95 MHz FM) channel spacing 50 kHz Military handheld set PRC-68, AN/PRC-68, PRC-68A, PRC-68B (30-79.975 MHz FM) channel spacing 50/25/12.5 kHz Military handheld set RT-1547/PRC-126, AN/PRC-126 (30-88 MHz FM) channel spacing 25 kHz Military handheld set AN/PRC-128 (30-88 MHz FM) channel spacing 12.5 kHz Military manpack set AN/PRC-119 (30-87.95 MHz) channel spacing 25KHz Military radio set AN/PRC-117 (30-90 MHz) channel spacing 25KHz Radio Bunker at Bug Out Location 1 during SHTF Test Drill Radio Bunker at Bug Out Location 1 during SHTF Test Drill High Band VHF Frequencies: MURS VHF | MURS 3 | 151.940 FM | MURS PREPPER PRIMARY 151.940 MHz FM is the MURS Prepper channel, known as MURS Channel 3. Multi-Use Radio Service (MURS) is an unlicensed two-way radio service similar to CB but on VHF FM. It is in wide use by preppers and survivalists. VHF has longer distance range in rural and suburban areas than either FRS or GMRS. Useful for mobile, base, patrols, practice drills, and tactical communications. Most scanners can receive this channel. MURS VHF | MURS 4 | 154.570 FM | MURS PREPPER 154.570 MHz FM is the MURS Survivalist channel, known as MURS Channel 4 or the Blue Dot ☀ Channel. Multi-Use Radio Service (MURS) is an unlicensed two-way radio service similar to CB but on VHF FM. It is in use by some preppers, and has much better distance range in rural and suburban areas than UHF, FRS or GMRS. Useful for mobile, base, patrols, and tactical communications. Most scanners can receive this channel. LAND SAR VHF | SAREMT | 155.1600 FM | SEARCH & RESCUE 155.16 MHz FM Simplex is Emergency Only. SAR (Search And Rescue) National interoperability channel in USA for ground search teams. It is widely used by government and civilian SAR teams for field communications and interaction with governmental, law enforcement, or fire operations in the field. This channel is also known as Ground SAR, Land SAR, and identified in agency radios with the channel name SAR WFM or SAR NFM. It requires an FCC license to transmit on it, and should never be used by unlicensed operators, except in life-threatening emergency to communicate with a Search & Rescue unit. All scanners can receive this channel. MARINE VHF | MAR 16 | 156.8000 FM | SAFETY CALLING 156.800 MHz FM Simplex is VHF marine channel 16, the international primary Marine Safety, Emergency, and Distress guard channel worldwide. It is widely used and monitored by all boats, ships, and watercraft. Coast Guards monitor this channel, and it is audio-recorded in major ports. All scanners can receive this channel. Marine_Channel_16_Distress_Calling MARINE VHF | MAR 72 | 156.6250 FM | BOAT PREPPER 156.625 MHz FM Simplex is VHF marine channel 72, an international ship-to-ship or HT channel worldwide. It is widely used on sailboats, motor boats, yachts, and watercraft. It is designated for non-commercial use, is common for HT-to-HT informal communications, and is normally clear of commercial shipping or port operations. It is usually not monitored by coast guards, but it is audio-recorded in major ports. All scanners can receive this channel. HAM Prepper SHTF Survival Channel 146.550 FM Simplex HAM Prepper SHTF Survival Channel 146.550 FM Simplex HAM VHF | HAM 55 | 146.5500 FM | HAM SURVIVALIST SIMPLEX* 146.55 MHz FM Simplex is the primary VHF Ham Survivalist local channel. It is one of very few ham radio 2 meter frequencies widely coordinated for FM-Simplex-only throughout USA. It is widely available to Technician basic ham license (or higher) ham operators in USA. It is popular among survivalists because it is the only coordinated 2 meter simplex channel compatible with bulletproof military surplus radios (AN/PRC-127, etc) and forest-fire radios (Bendix HTs, etc). These types of radios have 25kHz channel spacing, and are in wide use by ham radio survivalists/preppers. Useful for patrols and tactical communications. All scanners can receive this channel. HAM VHF | HAM 52 | 146.5200 FM | HAM CALLING SIMPLEX 146.52 MHz FM Simplex is widely known as the ham radio 2 meter Calling Frequency. It is the most widely monitored simplex frequency in USA, but it should not be depended upon for emergency 911 type calls, because there are no organized first-responders on it. It is widely available to Technician basic ham license (or higher) ham operators in USA. Known by most hams as 52 Simplex, it is the channel for the Wilderness Protocol in which hams often monitor it while in backcountry. The Long Tone Zero or LTZ protocol, applies on 52 Simplex, in which an emergency call may be transmitted at the top of the hour with the Zero key on the DTMF keypad being held down and transmitted for a long time prior to the voice call to attract attention. It is the most likely local ham radio frequency-coordinated FM Simplex channel to be activated in SHTF scenarios, especially when infrastructure and repeaters are down. All scanners can receive this channel. HAM VHF | HAM 42 | 146.4200 FM | HAM PREPPER SIMPLEX 146.42 MHz FM Simplex is a ham radio 2 meter frequency commonly used as a chat or SHTF practice channel by mainstream Prepper organizations. It is not a normal frequency-coordinated 2 meter simplex ham channel, although it is generally within the simplex bandplan for USA. It is widely available to Technician basic ham license (or higher) ham operators in USA. Useful for practice drills, patrols, and tactical communications. All scanners can receive this channel. Reference source: List of 2 Meter 146 MHz Simplex Reality in USA = 146.400 Repeaters all areas = 146.415 Simplex (or Repeaters in some areas) = 146.430 Simplex (or Repeaters in some areas) = 146.445 Simplex (or Repeaters in some areas) = 146.460 Simplex all areas = 146.475 Simplex (or Repeaters in some areas) = 146.490 Simplex (or Repeaters in some areas) = 146.505 Simplex (or Repeaters in some areas) = 146.520 National Simplex Calling = 146.535 Simplex all areas * 146.550 Simplex all areas = 146.565 Simplex & T-hunts (or Repeaters in some areas) = 146.580 Simplex all areas = 146.595 Simplex (or Repeaters in some areas) = 146.610 Repeaters all areas * Compatible with Mil Surplus and Forest-Fire HTs using 25 kHz channel spacing UHF Frequencies: GMRS | GMRS17 | 462.600 FM | SURVIVALIST CHANNEL GMRS 17 SIMPLEX 462.600 MHz FM is the GMRS Survivalist channel. It is GMRS Channel 17 in the Motorola channel naming system and GMRS Channel 3 in the Icom/GM channel naming system. This channel is popular among Survialist organizations and teams due to the the famous Survival Rule of Threes (since it is the 3rd GMRS-only channel). It is a simplex channel or a repeater output channel. If used with a repeater, the repeater input frequency is 467.600 MHz. The duplex is 5 MHz + split. PL 141.3 tone. Most scanners can receive this channel. GMRS | GMR20R | 462.675+ FM | GMRS REPEATER PL 141.3 462.675 MHz FM is recognized as the GMRS nationwide emergency and traveler assistance repeater channel. It is GMRS Channel 20 in the Motorola channel naming system and GMRS Channel 6 in the Icom/GM channel naming system. The repeater output is 462.675 MHz and uses a 5 MHz + split with an input frequency of 467.675 MHz and a PL 141.3 tone. Most scanners can receive this channel. FRS | FRS 3 | 462.6125 FM | PREPPER FRS CHANNEL 3 462.6125 MHz FM Simplex is FRS channel 3, it is commonly used for tactical patrols and neighborhood watch. It is an extremely short-range channel, but can be extended somewhat using GMRS radios that can also operate on this frequency or with simplex repeaters. FRS Channel 3 is on the channel list of several prepper networks. This channel is popular among Prepper organizations and teams due to the the famous Prepper Rule of Threes. Most scanners can receive this channel. PMR | PMR 3 | 446.03125 FM | PREPPER PMR466 CHANNEL 3 446.03125 MHz FM is the Prepper channel for Personal Mobile Radio (PMR or PMR466). PMR is a low power, short range, radio system similar to FRS. It is very common in Europe, Africa, and Asia. In USA and many other places, the 446 MHz band is assigned to Amateur Radio Service (Ham) so, the PMR channels can be used by hams in those areas. PMR Channel 3 is interoperable and compatible with the HAM UHF Prepper channel HAM U3, at frequency 446.030 MHz. This channel is popular among Prepper organizations and teams in Europe due to the the famous Prepper Rule of Threes. PMR446 Preppe Radios PMR446 Prepper Radios HAM UHF | HAM U3 | 446.030 FM | HAM PREPPER UHF SIMPLEX 446.030 MHz FM Simplex is a Prepper ham radio UHF frequency. Useful for practice drills, patrols, and tactical communications. It is not a normal frequency-coordinated UHF simplex ham channel, although it is a simplex frequency within the widely recognized simplex bandplan. It is interoperable and compatible with PMR Channel 3 (a channel popular among European Prepper organizations and teams) due to the the Rule of Threes. All scanners can receive this channel. Ham HF SSB Frequencies: HAM HF —– | HAM10M | 28.3050 USB | HAM PREPPER TECH 28.305 MHz USB is a ham radio Upper SideBand local and international frequency in the 10 meter band. In USA, it is widely available to Technician basic ham license (or higher) ham operators. This channel also is compatible with less-expensive 10-meter SSB channelized radios and extra-channel or modified CB SSB radios. HF SSB radios and military surplus manpack radios can transceive on this channel. Shortwave receivers with USB or BFO can receive this channel. Most scanners can not receive this channel due to the use of Single SideBand. HAM HF | HAM20M | 14.2420 USB | HAM PREPPER 14.242 MHz USB is a ham radio Upper SideBand international and long distance frequency in the 20 meter band. In USA, it is only available to General license (or higher) ham operators. It is on the channel list of several organized survivalist and prepper networks, including TAPRN (The American Prepper Radio Network). HF SSB radios and military surplus manpack radios can transceive on this channel. Shortwave receivers with USB or BFO can receive this channel. Most scanners can not receive this channel due to the use of Single SideBand. HAM HF | HAM40M | 7.2420 LSB | HAM PREPPER NETS 7.242 MHz LSB is a ham radio Lower SideBand wide area frequency in the 40 meter band available to General license (or higher) operators in USA. It is on the channel list of several organized survivalist and prepper networks, including an active practice net by TAPRN (The American Prepper Radio Network). HF SSB radios and some military surplus manpack radios can transceive on this channel. Shortwave receivers with LSB or BFO can receive this channel. Most scanners can not receive this channel due to the use of Single SideBand. HAM HF | HAM60M | 5.3570 USB | HAM SURVIVALIST NVIS 5.357 MHz LSB is a ham radio Upper SideBand regional area frequency available to General license (or higher) operators in USA and other countries. The 5 MHz channels in the 60 meter band are recognized for use in EMCOMM Emergency Communications. This channel is optimum for long range mobile patrols and base NVIS (Near Vertical Incidence Skywave) HF communications dependably up to 500 miles on a regular daily basis. HF SSB radios and military surplus manpack radios can transceive on this channel. Shortwave receivers with USB or BFO can receive this channel. Most scanners can not receive this channel due to the use of Single SideBand. HAM HF | HAM80M | 3.8180 LSB | HAM PREPPER NETS 3.818 MHz LSB is a ham radio Lower SideBand night regional frequency in the 80 meter band available to General license (or higher) operators in USA. It is on the channel list of several survivalist and prepper networks, including an active practice net by TAPRN (The American Prepper Radio Network). HF SSB radios and some military surplus manpack radios can transceive on this channel. Shortwave receivers with LSB or BFO can receive this channel. Most scanners can not receive this channel due to the use of Single SideBand. CB Band and Freeband HF Frequencies: CB AM | CB 3AM | 26.9850 AM | PREPPER CB 26.985 MHz AM is CB Channel 3. Useful for common tactical patrols and local area communications between vehicles and bases. Channel 3 CB is on the channel list of several survivalist and prepper networks. This channel is popular among Prepper organizations and teams due to the the famous Prepper Rule of Threes. Shortwave receivers can receive this channel. Some scanners can receive this channel. CB AM | CB 9AM | 27.0650 AM | HIGHWAY SAFETY CB 27.065 MHz AM is CB Channel 9. In USA, the radio regulations designate this as the Emergency and Travelers’ Assistance Channel in FCC rules 47CFR95.407(b). It is widely used by CBers during emergencies, but it should not be considered a 911 type channel because it is not reliably monitored by any first-responder organization. Some CB radios have a dedicated Channel 9 button. Shortwave receivers can receive this channel. Some scanners can receive this channel. CB SSB | CB 36U | 027.3650 USB | SURVIVALIST CB SSB 27.365 MHz USB is CB Channel 36 Upper SideBand. Highly useful for long range patrols and wide local area communications, espeically between vehicles and bases up to about 20 miles. Channel 36 USB CB is on the primary channel list of various survivalist groups. Shortwave receivers with USB or BFO can receive this channel. Most scanners can not receive this channel due to the use of Single SideBand. CB FREEBAND | FB368U | 027.3680 USB | FREEBAND SURVIVALIST SSB 27.368 MHz USB is the primary Survivalist Freeband Upper SideBand channel. It is in the gap between CB channel 36 and CB channel 37. Useful for long range patrols and wide local area communications, it is especially good between vehicles and bases up to about 20 miles or more. This frequency is clearer due to less interference and has longer distance range than normal CB channels for survivalist groups using CB SSB radios with unlocked clarifier. Shortwave receivers with USB or BFO can receive this channel. Most scanners can not receive this channel due to the use of Single SideBand. Survivalist 375 CB SSB Radio Survivalist 375 CB SSB Radio CB SSB | CB 37 U | 027.3750 USB | PREPPER CB SSB 27.375 MHz USB is CB Channel 36 Upper SideBand. Highly useful for long range patrols and wide local area communications, especially between vehicles and bases up to about 20 miles. Channel 37 USB CB is a prepper listed frequency. Shortwave receivers with USB or BFO can receive this channel. Most scanners can not receive this channel due to the use of Single SideBand. CB FREEBAND | FB378U | 027.3780 USB | FREEBAND PREPPER SSB 27.378 MHz USB is the most popular Prepper Freeband Upper SideBand channel in the gap between CB channel 38 and CB channel 37. It is useful for long range patrols and wide local area communications, especially between vehicles and bases up to about 20 miles. This frequency is clearer due to less interference and has longer distance range than normal CB channels for SHTF groups using CB SSB radios with unlocked clarifier. Shortwave receivers with USB or BFO can receive this channel. Most scanners can not receive this channel due to the use of Single SideBand. Survivalist Prepper Communications HF SSB Ham Radio Modified for CB Freeband Survivalist Prepper Communications HF SSB Ham Radio Modified for CB Freeband CB FREEBAND | FB425U | 027.4250 USB | FREEBAND SURVIVALIST SSB 27.425 MHz USB is a CB freeband Upper SideBand channel in extra channels, about 2 channels above normal CB channel 40. For CBs with extra channels in bands, it is channel 2 of the band just above normal CB band (usually Band E). It is useful for long range patrols and wide local area communications, especially between vehicles and bases up to about 20 miles. This frequency is clearer and has longer distance range than normal CB channels for SHTF survivalist groups using radios with extra upper high channels. Shortwave receivers with USB or BFO can receive this channel. Most scanners can not receive this channel due to the use of Single SideBand. Notes on PL tones, Squelch, and DCS use: The listings for FM Simplex are all carrier squelch receiver. = There is some advantage to transmitting a PL 151.4 to include those who may be using CTCSS. Continuous Tone Coded Squelch System: Interoperability with surplus military radios is desirable using Mil Tone Squelch frequency 150 Hz, compatible with PL tone and CTCSS radios using PL 151.4 Hz. This tone is also known as Motorola Code 4A or National Interagency Fire Center code NIFC 14. P25 P25 digital radios can be used on some of the FM Simplex channels listed. Recommended Network Access Code NAC $F7E (Using NAC $F7E, receiver will unsquelch with any incoming NAC) Everyone – Talk Group ID TGID $FFFF Individual Unit ID can be anything between $000001 and $98767F Unit ID for (All Call) everyone, Group call $FFFFFF DCS Digital-Coded Squelch (DCS) or Digital Private Line (DPL) or Digital Channel Guard (DCG) Not recommended due to interoperability issues. If used: DCS 023. — RadioMaster wishes to thank: “SHTF Team 2”, “Joe The Prepper”, “Darth_vader”, and “Mike the radio guy”, for their contribution of photos and useful information for this article. Disclaimer: Content provided in RadioMaster Reports is included for the sole purpose of providing educational information on a passive basis. This information may be useful to the public in the event of emergencies or disaster recovery, especially when normal techniques are not an available option. Users of this educational information are solely responsible for their actions. MEM CH SLOT UHF VHF CHANNEL DESCRIPTION CHANNEL DISPLAY NAME FREQUENCY RECEIVE FREQUENCY TRANSMIT OFF SET MHZ PL TONE HZ MODE 0 UHF FRS & GMRS CH 1 FRS 01 462.562500 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 1 UHF FRS & GMRS CH 1 FRS 1 462.562500 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 2 UHF FRS & GMRS CH 2 FRS 2 462.587500 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 3 UHF FRS & GMRS CH 3 FRS 3 462.612500 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 4 UHF FRS & GMRS CH 4 FRS 4 462.637500 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 5 UHF FRS & GMRS CH 5 FRS 5 462.662500 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 6 UHF FRS & GMRS CH 6 FRS 6 462.687500 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 7 UHF FRS & GMRS CH 7 FRS 7 462.712500 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 8 UHF FRS CH 8 FRS 8 467.562500 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 9 UHF FRS CH 9 FRS 9 467.587500 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 10 UHF FRS CH 10 FRS 10 467.612500 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 11 UHF FRS CH 11 FRS 11 467.637500 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 12 UHF FRS CH 12 FRS 12 467.662500 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 13 UHF FRS CH 13 FRS 13 467.687500 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 14 UHF FRS CH 14 FRS 14 467.712500 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 15 UHF GMRS CH 15 GMRS15 462.550000 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 FM 16 UHF GMRS CH 16 GMRS16 462.575000 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 FM 17 UHF GMRS CH 17 GMRS17 462.600000 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 FM 18 UHF GMRS CH 18 GMRS18 462.625000 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 FM 19 UHF GMRS CH 19 GMRS19 462.650000 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 FM 20 UHF GMRS CH 20 GMRS20 462.675000 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 141.3 FM 21 UHF GMRS CH 21 GMRS21 462.700000 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 FM 22 UHF GMRS CH 22 GMRS22 462.725000 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 FM 23 UHF GMRS CH 15 REPEATER 550 GMR15R 462.550000 DUPLEX+ 5.0 TX PL 141.3 FM 24 UHF GMRS CH 16 REPEATER 575 GMR16R 462.575000 DUPLEX+ 5.0 TX PL 141.3 FM 25 UHF GMRS CH 17 REPEATER 600 GMR17R 462.600000 DUPLEX+ 5.0 TX PL 141.3 FM 26 UHF GMRS CH 18 REPEATER 625 GMR18R 462.625000 DUPLEX+ 5.0 TX PL 141.3 FM 27 UHF GMRS CH 19 REPEATER 650 GMR19R 462.650000 DUPLEX+ 5.0 TX PL 141.3 FM 28 UHF GMRS CH 20 REPEATER 675 GMR20R 462.675000 DUPLEX+ 5.0 TX PL 141.3 FM 29 UHF GMRS CH 21 REPEATER 700 GMR21R 462.700000 DUPLEX+ 5.0 TX PL 141.3 FM 30 UHF GMRS CH 22 REPEATER 725 GMR22R 462.725000 DUPLEX+ 5.0 TX PL 141.3 FM 31 UHF PMR446 CH 1 PMR 1 446.006250 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 32 UHF PMR446 CH 2 PMR 2 446.018750 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 33 UHF PMR446 CH 3 PMR 3 446.031250 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 34 UHF PMR446 CH 4 PMR 4 446.043750 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 35 UHF PMR446 CH 5 PMR 5 446.056250 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 36 UHF PMR446 CH 6 PMR 6 446.068750 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 37 UHF PMR446 CH 7 PMR 7 446.081250 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 38 UHF PMR446 CH 8 PMR 8 446.093750 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 39 VHF MURS CH 1 MURS 1 151.820000 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 40 VHF MURS CH 2 MURS 2 151.880000 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 41 VHF MURS CH 3 MURS 3 151.940000 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 NFM 42 VHF MURS CH 4 BLUE DOT MURS 4 154.570000 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 FM 43 VHF MURS CH 5 GREEN DOT MURS 5 154.600000 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 FM 44 VHF BUSINESS RED DOT BUSRED 151.625000 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 FM 45 VHF BUSINESS PURPLE DOT BUSPUR 151.955000 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 67.0 FM 46 VHF MARINE CH 01A MAR01A 156.050000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 47 VHF MARINE CH 03A MAR03A 156.150000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 48 VHF MARINE CH 05A MAR05A 156.250000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 49 VHF MARINE CH 06 MAR06 156.300000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 50 VHF MARINE CH 07A MAR07A 156.350000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 51 VHF MARINE CH 08 MAR08 156.400000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 52 VHF MARINE CH 09 MAR09 156.450000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 53 VHF MARINE CH 10 MAR10 156.500000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 54 VHF MARINE CH 11 MAR11 156.550000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 55 VHF MARINE CH 12 MAR12 156.600000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 56 VHF MARINE CH 13 MAR13 156.650000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 57 VHF MARINE CH 14 MAR14 156.700000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 58 VHF MARINE CH 15 MAR15 156.750000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 59 VHF MARINE CH 16 SAFETY MAR16 156.800000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 60 VHF MARINE CH 17 MAR17 156.850000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 61 VHF MARINE CH 18A MAR18A 156.900000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 62 VHF MARINE CH 19A MAR19A 156.950000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 63 VHF MARINE CH 20A MAR20A 157.000000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 64 VHF MARINE CH 21A MAR21A 157.050000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 65 VHF MARINE CH 22A MAR22A 157.100000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 66 VHF MARINE CH 23A MAR23A 157.150000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 67 VHF MARINE CH 62 MAR62 156.125000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 68 VHF MARINE CH 63A MAR63A 156.175000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 69 VHF MARINE CH 65A MAR65A 156.275000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 70 VHF MARINE CH 66A MAR66A 156.325000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 71 VHF MARINE CH 67 MAR67 156.375000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 72 VHF MARINE CH 68 MAR68 156.425000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 73 VHF MARINE CH 69 MAR69 156.475000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 74 VHF MARINE CH 71 MAR71 156.575000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 75 VHF MARINE CH 72 MAR72 156.625000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 76 VHF MARINE CH 73 MAR73 156.675000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 77 VHF MARINE CH 74 MAR74 156.725000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 78 VHF MARINE CH 75 MAR75 156.775000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 79 VHF MARINE CH 76 MAR76 156.825000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 80 VHF MARINE CH 77 MAR77 156.875000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 81 VHF MARINE CH 78A MAR78A 156.925000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 82 VHF MARINE CH 79A MAR79A 156.975000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 83 VHF MARINE CH 80A MAR80A 157.025000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 84 VHF MARINE CH 81A MAR81A 157.075000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 85 VHF MARINE CH 88A MAR88A 157.425000 SIMPLEX 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 86 VHF WEATHER NOAA CH WX 1 WX 1 162.550000 RX ONLY 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 87 VHF WEATHER NOAA CH WX 2 WX 2 162.400000 RX ONLY 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 88 VHF WEATHER NOAA CH WX 3 WX 3 162.475000 RX ONLY 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 89 VHF WEATHER NOAA CH WX 4 WX 4 162.425000 RX ONLY 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 90 VHF WEATHER NOAA CH WX 5 WX 5 162.450000 RX ONLY 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 91 VHF WEATHER NOAA CH WX 6 WX 6 162.500000 RX ONLY 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 92 VHF WEATHER NOAA CH WX 7 WX 7 162.525000 RX ONLY 0.0 NO PL 00.0 FM 93 VHF SEARCH RESCUE EMT SAREMT 155.160000 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 127.3 FM 94 VHF HAM 2 METER 146.42 HAM 42 146.420000 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 100.0 FM 95 VHF HAM 2 METER 146.52 HAM 52 146.520000 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 100.0 FM 96 VHF HAM 2 METER 146.55 HAM 55 146.550000 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 100.0 FM 97 UHF HAM 446.0 HAM 446.000000 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 100.0 FM 98 UHF HAM 446.03 HAM U3 446.030000 SIMPLEX 0.0 TX PL 100.0 FM

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