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Bike Week Frequencies

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Mstrfxit12

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I'm going to be up in the Weirs area during the Bike week festivities and was wondering if anyone knew what the prime freq's are during it. I was think things especially like interop or main ops channels but anything would be useful. Looking for PD, FD or other public safety ops. Thanks
 

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Here are some Bike Week Frequencies:
155.4750 / 136.5 - Station "W" Operations (Local/County/Federal)
151.3250 / P-25 - NHSP Troop "W" (Simulcast Troop-E System)
159.3150 / P-25 - NHSP "Talk-1"
155.7900 / 114.8 - Laconia Police (may have some other towns on it too)
159.9000 / D-331 - Lakes Region Fire Dispatch Ch-1
160.1100 / D-331 - Lakes Region Fire Ch-2 Laconia/Weirs Dispatch
Various frequencies are used on a unit-to-unit basis by the local officers covering the details. Also Federal frequencies are often used by special enforcement task forces.
 
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