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lafonda

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Does anyone have the frequencies for Air Evac that just started to service Rayville, La? Thanks.
 

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They are probably using 151.505 or 158.400 until they get a license.
This is probably correct, except it would be 151.505 and 158.400 (Op/Ip) which they are licensed (WPYR891) for on a itinerant basis anywhere in the continental US. They use that until they get a license issued for the local area.
 

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Lou, they do weird stuff. Here in N TX they have used 151.505 simplex, 158.400 simplex and both frequencies as a repeater input/output at various times.
They also operate on 151.400 in the Waco area even thought the license is for 159.690 and when they were in Glen Rose they had an unlicensed repeater on 153.425 with the input 160.095 licensed as a simplex base station.
 
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