42.6 / 42.32

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mikebennett

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Has anyone monitored anything on either of the above frequencies? I was wondering what tone was used, if any.

I understood that 42.6 was a tactical channel. There are bases licensed in Guymon, Clinton, OK City, Sallisaw, Lawton, Enid, and Ardmore. I can pick up Ardmore from my location on 45.220 but I've never heard anything on 42.6.

Same thing with 42.32 which I think used to be a DL trooper frequency.
 

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I hear talk on it maybe once a month here in Elk, out of towner OHP's looking for food/lodging. I believe. Going to the EVOC school in Burns Flat

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skywatch said:
I hear talk on it maybe once a month here in Elk, out of towner OHP's looking for food/lodging. I believe. Going to the EVOC school in Burns Flat

Jim
Which frequency and do you have the capability to determine any tones?
 

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42.6 and no tones were used.

We had lawton PD up here last month, they thought nobody was listening to their c to c, heha!
 

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skywatch said:
I hear talk on it maybe once a month here in Elk, out of towner OHP's looking for food/lodging. I believe. Going to the EVOC school in Burns Flat

Jim
skywatch said:
42.6 and no tones were used.

We had lawton PD up here last month, they thought nobody was listening to their c to c, heha!
Based on this info, can you at least submit 42.6 (CSQ) to the DB for OHP car-to-car?
 

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skywatch said:
42.6 and no tones were used.

We had lawton PD up here last month, they thought nobody was listening to their c to c, heha!
You heard Lawton PD using this freq? I thought it was strictly OHP.
 
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