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Old 07-10-2010, 9:15 PM
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Hello All:
I took this from a post way down the line. Could someone tell me what the frequencies would be for all these mountains? Do they have rangers on each mountain, or are these considered ski patrols for the different resorts?

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W.M.N.F. RADIO FREQUENCIES
CHANNEL TONE TRANSMIT RECEIVE
1. GROUND 171.525 171.525
2. MT. WASHINGTON 167.90 170.575 171.525
3. MIDDLE SISTER 146.20 170.575 171.525
4. WILDCAT 123.00 170.575 171.525
5. MT. MOOSILAUKEE 131.80 170.575 171.525
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6. LOON MTN. 136.50 170.575 171.525
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7. TECUMSEH MTN. 110.90 170.575 171.525
8. PLEASANT MTN. 103.50 170.575 171.525
9. HITCHCOCK MTN. 156.70 170.575 171.525
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These indicate the repeater sites for the WMNF system. 171.525 is the repeater output. That will hear all the repeaters you can get in your area. The 123.0, 131.8, etc are PL tones that affect accessing each repeater. If your scanner does CTCSS, you may be able to separate or identify which repeater the user is on. However, the main thing to have in your scanner is 171.525.
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Oh BTW, sorry. Various ski areas, mountains, etc use different frequencies. These simply state where the repeater is. Not that the mountain listed uses the repeaters for that mountains ops.

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Why ask in a new thread when your question was answered where you asked it ?
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Hello All:
I took this from a post way down the line. Could someone tell me what the
frequencies would be for all these mountains? Do they have rangers on each mountain, or are these considered ski patrols for the different resorts?

Thanks,
Eric


W.M.N.F. RADIO FREQUENCIES
CHANNEL TONE TRANSMIT RECEIVE
1. GROUND 171.525 171.525
2. MT. WASHINGTON 167.90 170.575 171.525
3. MIDDLE SISTER 146.20 170.575 171.525
4. WILDCAT 123.00 170.575 171.525
5. MT. MOOSILAUKEE 131.80 170.575 171.525
MILAN
6. LOON MTN. 136.50 170.575 171.525
WEST ROYCE
7. TECUMSEH MTN. 110.90 170.575 171.525
8. PLEASANT MTN. 103.50 170.575 171.525
9. HITCHCOCK MTN. 156.70 170.575 171.525
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Sorry for the double post. I will get the hang of this.

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I think this info may need some updating as I was in the area recently and found several DPLs being used.
I couldnt place locations but I caught D031 and D223 being used.

Is there anyone in the area that might be able to give it a listen?
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On which Frequency?
I was up there all weekend and only CTCSS was monitored on 171.5250

Anyone else catch these?

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I think this info may need some updating as I was in the area recently and found several DPLs being used.
I couldnt place locations but I caught D031 and D223 being used.

Is there anyone in the area that might be able to give it a listen?
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On which Frequency?
I was up there all weekend and only CTCSS was monitored on 171.5250

Anyone else catch these?
I caught these on the 170.575, they may or may not be "transparent", I didnt have too much time to listen at my vantage point....... sun was going down
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Default WMNF 171.525 PL's

I monitor 171.525 daily from Berlin, NH and haven't seen any DPL's in use. Also I can confirm that 171.525 Mt Wash and Wildcat PL's are as listed in the Wiki. That frequency is monitored in my Coos County Rail, Utilities and Recreation feed on RR. I have text tagging but it doesn't display the tones.

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Possibly it came from the Green Mountains? Those freqs seem to be nation wide USFS
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USFS in VT is also CTCSS

169.1750 R / 169.9750 in for the various Repeaters

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