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I'm going to go to some Seahawks games this year. What frequenices would be good to put in the scanner?

the last time I was there, I think in 2008, they had some sort of trunk system listed for UHF but I did not pick anything up on it
 

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457.8625 250.3 is the Game Day Coordinator, relative to RF Interference issues

460.7125 D445 - NFL Officials
465.7125 D445 - NFL Officials

Altho Encrypted you will find the QB and Defense Headsets
Each Team has Two Freqs [Pri and Sec] and the QB has his own tone as does the Defense.

SeaHawks were last known on 464.8625 using D074 and D743
see if you can figure out which is DEF and Which is QB

The other teams will also have their own channels

I'm going to go to some Seahawks games this year. What frequenices would be good to put in the scanner?

the last time I was there, I think in 2008, they had some sort of trunk system listed for UHF but I did not pick anything up on it
 

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Any NFL game is a hotbed of RF activity. Here are some of the categories:
NFL official comms; mostly encrypted; mostly Telex low power
Security; can be anything, anywhere as far as band, emission, PL/DPL, etc.
Food people; anything goes; often using itinerant channels, usually UHF
Medical personnel; often a local FD/EMS crew with their own radios plus units furnished by the home team for field coordination.
Site engineering staff; lighting, A/C & heat to booths, etc.
Broadcast people using low power wireless mics and IFB circuitry for sidelines, interviews, etc.
I am personally familiar with the ops of one NFL team and at a minimum for a home game there are
at least 40 channels in use.
 

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The old Kindgdome talkgroups are a good bet. I've heard activity there. SPD West and West tac are used for both stadiums and the event center. I am located in the Winslow area of Bainbridge island. So I am in a good spot for listening to sports events over in Seattle.
 
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