Las Vegas Area

Las Vegas Area

Post by Mr.J. » Fri, 24 Jan 2003 07:40:50

i just moved to the henderson area and im looking for some police freq.
to listen to.  the local radio shack couldnt help me.          thanks,
jd
 
 
 

Las Vegas Area

Post by KF6DG » Fri, 24 Jan 2003 09:18:04


Check these:
http://www.benham.net/scanner/index.html

http://www.barnradio.com/

http://www.hxo.com/

David KF6DGN

Quote:> i just moved to the henderson area and im looking for some police freq.
> to listen to.  the local radio shack couldnt help me.          thanks,
> jd

 
 
 

Las Vegas Area

Post by Mr.J. » Fri, 24 Jan 2003 09:42:12

thanks david
 
 
 

Las Vegas Area

Post by yar » Fri, 24 Jan 2003 10:38:34

go to radio world in boulder city and have them print you out a
computer print of all the frequencies you can stand!



"i just moved to the henderson area and im looking for some police
freq.
"to listen to.  the local radio shack couldnt help me.
thanks,
"jd
"
"                                                        
"

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To Explain Oneself Is A Sign Of Weakness!

 
 
 

Las Vegas Area

Post by Jac » Fri, 24 Jan 2003 15:38:46


> i just moved to the henderson area and im looking for some police freq.
> to listen to.  the local radio shack couldnt help me.          thanks,
> jd

you might want to check out the Radio Information Page, which is the
best compilation of southern Nevada frequencies I've found so far.

http://home.wi.rr.com/jts203/1-RadioInformation.html

Henderson PD is on the Clark County trunked system.

 
 
 

Las Vegas Area

Post by WLeamon » Fri, 24 Jan 2003 23:06:28

TRY cityfreq.com

Quote:> i just moved to the henderson area and im looking for some police freq.
> to listen to.  the local radio shack couldnt help me.          thanks,
> jd

 
 
 

Las Vegas Area

Post by Mr.J. » Sat, 25 Jan 2003 07:54:25

thanks for all the information.   jd
 
 
 

Las Vegas Area

Post by RayDeeOhChuc » Fri, 31 Jan 2003 20:41:20

I drove by there on my way to visit hoover dam.  is it worth stopping
there next time?  I love to window shop.  :-)

>go to radio world in boulder city and have them print you out a
>computer print of all the frequencies you can stand!