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Queens NY Police Frequencies (Borowide)

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bxnyemt

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Does anyone know if Queens North (Boro) changed their frequency in the last few days? The two frequencies that I have 470.9375 (PBQNS) and 470.9125 (Transit QNS) are not working. I am looking for the frequency and PL for Queens North, which covers the 114th and 109.

For some reason I thought the Transit QNS was Queens North. Any help would be appreciated.
 

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The Boroughwide channels cover physical boroughs (Manhattan , Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island), not police Patrol Boroughs (Manhattan North and South, Bronx, Brooklyn North and South, Queens North and South, and SI). 470.9375 (167.9) is Boroughwide frequency/PL for Queens.

160.965 (103.5) is Radio Zone 59, the Transit Bureau's Division 3 frequency (Channel 5), covering Districts 20 and 23 in Queens and 33 in Brooklyn.

Any references to UHF Transit Bureau frequencies you may see are all tentitive assignments that are subject to change as the conversion from VHF to UHF inches forward.

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