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Wanted Unisted Frequencies...

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btritch

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I am wanting the frequencies for centerpoint entergy gas company for arkansas, and also the frequencies for Roto-Rooter in Paragould Arkansas...Does anyone around the state/area have any of these? This will be apprecieated if you do if you'd share I really am interested in having these, thanks again!!!
Also for ATT/Southwestern Bell Telephone Inc and for the radio's that Wal - Mart Supercenter Uses/ any help with these would be appreciated, I have searched and have not come up with these.. Thanks in advance for the help with this! Thanks Again!!!

Brian
 

bpckty1

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Walmart stores usually use VHF Itinerant frequencies, 151.6250, 154.5700, 154.6000. Some stores use PL tones, others CSQ. Just put these frequencies in your scanner, and search the VHF band if these are not the ones used. If your scanner has close call, just go shopping and see what you can find at the store, since the grocery department may use a different frequency than the retail store.
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It is a frequency finder found on Uniden Scanners BC296T, BR330T, and BCD396T, and a similar search program on the Radio Shack Pro-97, that will notify you of nearby transmissions that the scanner will capture (sorry, no cell phones).
 

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Have you even considered that many businesses are using Nextel and celluar telephones in lieu of radio systems of past?
 

btritch

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I thought about that..But I know for fact that wal mart uses radio's, I see them on them and hear them on them everytime I'm in there and I know that roto rooter uses them, I'm right across the street from them and have been in the office and can see the tower/antenna. Unless they have a radio patch or something they must not..
 

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Entergy has a LOT of licenses in Arkansas (550!), but for those close to you, assuming you're near Paragould, this is pretty much the nearest set of what looks to be a trunking 800 MHz system, in Rector, AR.:

Frequency Freq ID Station Class Units Paging Rec. Output Power Maximum ERP
000854.26250000 6 FB2C 1 150.000 620.000
000855.58750000 20 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000855.78750000 26 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000857.58750000 40 FB2C 1 150.000 620.000
000857.78750000 38 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000858.58750000 39 FB2C 1 150.000 620.000

The MAJOR system closest is in Blytheville, AR

Frequency FreqID StationClass Units Paging Rec. OutputPower MaximumERP
000854.23750000 51 FB2C 1 150.000 125.000
000854.46250000 49 FB2C 1 150.000 483.000
000854.86250000 5 FB2C 1 150.000 250.000
000854.91250000 6 FB2C 1 150.000 483.000
000854.93750000 7 FB2C 1 150.000 250.000
000855.13750000 8 FB2C 1 150.000 483.000
000855.16250000 9 FB2C 1 150.000 483.000
000855.18750000 10 FB2C 1 150.000 483.000
000855.26250000 11 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000855.31250000 12 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000855.38750000 13 FB2C 1 150.000 483.000
000855.43750000 14 FB2C 1 150.000 483.000
000855.56250000 15 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000855.58750000 16 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000855.61250000 17 FB2C 1 150.000 483.000
000855.63750000 18 FB2C 1 150.000 483.000
000855.66250000 19 FB2C 1 150.000 483.000
000855.68750000 20 FB2C 1 150.000 483.000
000855.78750000 21 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000855.86250000 22 FB2C 1 150.000 250.000
000855.88750000 23 FB2C 1 150.000 483.000
000855.91250000 24 FB2C 1 150.000 250.000
000856.41250000 25 FB2C 1 150.000 483.000
000856.78750000 26 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000856.88750000 27 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000856.91250000 28 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000857.41250000 29 FB2C 1 150.000 483.000
000857.53750000 52 FB2C 1 150.000 483.000
000857.78750000 30 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000857.86250000 31 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000857.88750000 32 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000857.91250000 33 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000858.41250000 34 FB2C 1 150.000 483.000
000858.78750000 35 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000858.81250000 36 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000858.88750000 37 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000858.91250000 38 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000859.41250000 39 FB2C 1 150.000 483.000
000859.78750000 40 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000859.81250000 41 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000859.88750000 42 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000859.91250000 43 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000860.41250000 44 FB2C 1 150.000 483.000
000860.51250000 50 FB2C 1 150.000 125.000
000860.78750000 45 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000860.81250000 46 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000860.88750000 47 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
000860.91250000 48 FB2C 1 150.000 500.000
 

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151.505 ......do 17.
151.5125 ......do 30, 17
151.625 ......do 10.
151.640 ......do 10, 33.
151.700 ......do 10, 30, 34
151.760 ......do 10, 30, 34
154.5275 Mobile 10, 30, 34
158.400 ......do 17.
158.4075 ......do 17, 30

(10) This frequency will be assigned only to stations used in itinerant operations, except within 56 km (35 miles) of Detroit, Mich., where it may be assigned for either itinerant or permanent area operations ( i.e., general use).
(17) This frequency will be assigned only to stations used in itinerant operations.
(30) This frequency will be assigned with an authorized bandwidth not to exceed 11.25 kHz. In the 450-470 MHz band, secondary telemetry operations pursuant to § 90.238(e) will be authorized on this frequency.
(33) This frequency will be assigned with an authorized bandwidth not to exceed 6 kHz.
(34) Operation on this frequency is limited to a maximum output power of 35 watts.
 

milf

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Some Wal Marts are now using NXDN digital HT's, and thus all you get is a digital growl. Most Supercenter's use a set of up to three VHF freqs with various PL tones for each ops section. example: 154.5700 CSM's 123.0 Dock 127.3 etc...

Entergy uses a Motorola Type II analog TRS.. See the DB for info... Once you find the Site nearest you, and learn how to ID the site number etc, please do submit the info... The Entergy System is my lil pet project and I am always looking for new data.

Centerpoint Arkansas uses UHF, Satallite MDT's, and has a few 800 MHz licenses, though I never heard any coms ever on any of the conventional freqs. They primarily use the MDT's and cell phones. BellSouth also has quit using conventional radios in MOST areas.
 
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