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evilbrad

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Any interesting guard frequencies in use with the deployments
 

MarcusDude

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Any idea where to even search? Aside from some WISCOM talkgroups, and some site specific frequencies (McCoy. Volk, ect) I don't even know where to search or what band to search in.
 

KD4YGG

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Caveat 1 - These are from the November 2003 issue of Monitoring Times, so they may not even be current, valid or currently utilized.

Caveat 2 - This list is not exhaustive, as situations, equipment, etc. can change at any time.


Nationwide VHF low band common: 38.400 (normal FM)

WI National Guard VHF low band: 40.800, 40.900, 41.600, 46.700 (should be normal FM)
WI National Guard VHF high band: 141.1000
WI National Guard Air band: 123.050, 123.400, 241.000, 299.900

On HF, the following are listed: 4607.0, 5087.0, 8056.0, 8093.0, 13722.0, 14653.0, 20906.0

Automatic Link Establishment (ALE) notes:
Callsign: AB1WI
ALE Address: MWINGB
NGB #: NGB62
Location: Madison, WI

As others have stated, don't forget WISCOM talkgroups, Wisconsin Interop Channels, Nationwide Interop Channels, and others.

Don't count out the WISCOM "Site-On-Wheels" that's available for deployment should the need arise.

The article lists the following recommended search ranges:
30.0000-30.5500 Mhz
32.0000-33.0000 Mhz
34.0000-34.9900 Mhz
36.0000-36.9900 Mhz
38.0000-38.9900 Mhz
40.0000-41.9900 Mhz
46.5800-47.0000 Mhz
49.6100-49.9900 Mhz

138.0000-144.0000 Mhz

148.0000-150.8000 Mhz
 
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N9JCQ

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I can only copy a little Wisconsin area traffic from my NE ILL location but my money would be that WIANG is using a talkgroup on WISCOM if they'd be anywhere. I can't find any TGs specifically calling out the WI Army NG or Air Guard. But perhaps they are using those related to EMTs or similar. Just a thought. I lnow ILANG has access to Starcom21 down here
 
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