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Assorted Frequencies

Due to an FCC ruling all public safety and business band frequencies were forced to go narrow band in 2013. As the users switched over to the new narrow channels some have switched to digital and/or encrypted radios. The frequencies listed here will still mostly be the same, but you may now only hear buzzing noises on your analog scanner. Using a digital scanner will "possibly" decode the narrow digital transmissions if they have not been encrypted. If your scanner can't pick up your favorite group you will always be able to listen to the Amateur (ham) radio bands.

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Amateur Radio Bands & Frequencies
 
BandLower Frequency
 
Upper Frequency
 
10 Meter28 MHz
To
29.7 MHz
 
6 Meter50 MHz
To
54 MHz
 
2 Meter144 MHz
To
148 MHz
 
1.25 Meter222 MHz
To
225 MHz
 
70 Centimeter420 MHz
To
450 MHz
 
33 Centimeter902 MHz
To
928 MHz
 
23 Centimeter1240 MHz
To
1300 MHz
 
2300 MHz2300 MHz
To
2310 MHz
 
2400 MHz2390 MHz
To
2450 MHz
 
3300 MHz3300 MHz
To
3500 MHz
 
5650 MHz5650 MHz
To
5925 MHz
 
10.00 GHz10.00 GHz
To
10.50 GHz

 

Local Amateur Repeaters & Links
 
10 Meter
N9UMJ - Lawrence County - linked to W9WIN system29.680 - (PL 136.5)
 
2 Meter
W9QYQ - Hoosier Hills Ham Radio Club - South146.730 - (PL 107.2)
W9QYQ - Hoosier Hills Ham Radio Club - North145.310 - (PL 107.2)
KB9MRX - Lawrence County147.345 + (PL 107.2)
AA9WR - Budda IN145.490 - (PL 136.5)
KB9TMP - EchoLink Node - Bedford145.720 (PL 136.5) simplex
WB9TLH - Bloomington146.640 - (PL 136.5)
WB9HZX - Bloomington147.180 + (PL 136.5)
K9IU - Bloomington - IU-ARC - (IRLP)146.940 - (PL 136.5)
KB9SIP - Ridgeport - linked to W9WIN system145.470 - (PL 136.5)
W9HD - Bloomfield - Shawnee Repeater Inc147.240 + (PL 103.5)
KA9SWI - Nashville147.300 - (PL 136.5)
KB9OHY - Paoli - OCARC - (EchoLink)147.045 + (No PL)
KB9KPG - Salem146.655 - (PL 103.5)
KB9LHX - Jasper147.195 + (PL 107.2)
 
1.25 Meter
Bloomington224.780 - (No PL)
 
70 Centimeter
W9QYQ - Hoosier Hills Ham Radio Club - (EchoLink)444.050 + (PL 107.2)
N9UMJ - Lawrence County - linked to W9WIN system442.250 + (PL 136.5)
K9IU - Bloomington - IUARC - (IRLP)442.825 + (PL 136.5)
KB9SGN - Ellettsville - linked to W9WIN system443.775 + (PL 136.5)
WB9HZX - Bloomington444.900 + (PL 136.5)
KB9KPG - Salem - linked to W9WIN system444.925 + (136.5 PL)
N9MZF - Jasper444.675 + (PL 107.2)


Citizens Band
Channel
Frequency
Channel
Frequency
Channel
Frequency
Channel
Frequency
 1
26.965
11
27.085
21
27.215
31
27.315
 2
26.975
12
27.105
22
27.225
32
27.325
 3
26.985
13
27.115
23
27.255
33
27.335
 4
27.005
14
27.125
24
27.235
34
27.345
 5
27.015
15
27.135
25
27.245
35
27.355
 6
27.025
16
27.155
26
27.265
36
27.365
 7
27.035
17
27.165
27
27.275
37
27.375
 8
27.055
18
27.175
28
27.285
38
27.385
 9
27.065
19
27.185
29
27.295
39
27.395
10
27.075
20
27.205
30
27.305
40
27.405

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

Multi Use Radio Service (MURS)
Channel
Frequency
Channel
Frequency
 1
151.8200
 2
151.8800
 3
151.9400
 4
154.5700
 5
154.6000
 
 

Inter-Squad Radio (ISR)
The Mode is Narrow-Band FM,
Maximum Power output is 500mW
Maximum range, about 3 miles.
Channel
Frequency
Channel
Frequency
 1
396.875
 8
397.950
 2
397.125
 9
398.050
 3
397.175
10
399.425
 4
397.375
11
399.475
 5
397.425
12
399.725
 6
397.475
13
399.925
 7
397.550
14
399.975
 
Other low-power point to point government frequencies!
(all in MHz)
26.570
26.630
26.640
26.700
27.515
27.545
27.560
27.575
27.600
27.9875

NOAA Weather Radio
Channel
Frequency
1
162.550
2
162.400
3
162.475
4
162.425
5
162.450
6
162.500
7
162.525
The weather alert signal is a 1050 kHz tone for 5 secs.

Business Frequencies By Color Dot
Dot colorFrequency
Red151.625 *
Purple151.955
Blue154.570
Green154.600
White462.575 **
Black462.625 **
Orange462.675 **
Brown464.500 *
Yellow464.550 *


Other ChannelsFrequency
"J" Dot467.7625
"K" Dot467.8125
Silver Star467.850
Gold Star467.875
Red Star467.900
Blue Star467.925
* Itinerant** GMRS

"Dot" stickers are used by the manufacturer or distributer to indicate the frequency of otherwise identical transceivers. They are often found in rental inventories and on construction sites. Additional itinerant frequencies included below are in MHz.

27.4935.04
43.04151.505
158.400451.800
456.800469.500
469.550


ACARS Frequencies

131.550 mHz ACARS Primary channel for North America
130.025 mHz ACARS Secondary channel for North America
129.125 mHz ACARS Tertiary channel for North America
130.450 mHz overflow ACARS channel in Washington, Boston, Chicago, and DFW
131.125 mHz ACARS channel in Washington, DFW, SFO, and ORD
136.800 mHz ACARS channel in Washington and Chicago
131.475 mHz Company channel for Air Canada and some European airlines in North America
136.900 mHz NEW! ACARS channel logged near London
136.925 mHz secondary European channel
131.725 mHz ACARS Primary channel for Europe
131.525 mHz ACARS Tertiary channel for Europe
131.550 mHz ACARS Primary channel for Asia/Pacific
131.450 mHz ACARS Primary channel for Japan
136.850 mHz SITA channel operational in various North America

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