loggings each day, and there are many who are also monitoring the band from
StrongSignals has a discussion board you might be able to find some good
information on as well:
http://www.strongsignals.net/access/boards/skip/board.cgi . Paul Logan has
also put up a really good website with logs and utilities to help you
identify signals. His website is: http://www.geocities.com/yogi540/
I am hearing Indiana State Police on 42.420 at the moment with references to
Indianapolis and Goshen. North Carolina Highway Patrol is also coming in
pretty good. They use a PL of 173.8. For some quick CHP's plug in 39.400,
39.600, and 39.800 see if you hear references to San Diego then you know
it's the California Highway Patrol. Those frequencies will have a PL of
Quote:> Hi, :-)
> I have just heard some police on several frequencies around 40Mhz and
> it sounds like it could be from the US.
> I did a search on Google Groups and found the following info on some
> of the frequencies:
> 42.100 MHz : ?
> 42.420 MHz : ? California Highway Patrol or Indiana State Police
> 42.600 MHz : ? North Carolina Highway Patrol channel 6
> 42.640 MHz : ? California Highway Patrol
> 43.480 MHz : ?
> 44.700 MHz : ?
> 45.400 MHz : ? Motorola radios (mdc id: 8471, 0034 and 0167).
> Can anyone of you tell me who's using those frequencies ?
> I'm listening to them from Copenhagen in Denmark and can also listen
> 42.060 MHz : Missouri State Highway Patrol
> 42.120 MHz : Missouri State Highway Patrol
> 42.380 MHz : Missouri State Highway Patrol
> 42.580 MHz : Missouri State Highway Patrol
> Maybe one of you have an updated list of frequencies used for police
> and emergency in the US around 40MHz ?
> Alex T.
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