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California National Guard Frequencies

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Hi, Does any one have a list of Frequencies for for the California National Guard. any help would be appreciated


Thanks
 

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Okay. This is from the Kelty Reference book. Please don't sue me.

CA - Air NG:
NorCal Net: 149.1500
SoCal Net: 149.5450
Statewide Net: 149.6750
Air NG UHF Common: 251.9000

Radio Relay Training
235.5 Wideband Point to Point Relay
240.5 Wideband Point to Point Relay
252.5 Wideband Point to Point Relay
369.5 Wideband Point to Point Relay
375.5 Wideband Point to Point Relay
388.5 Wideband Point to Point Relay
390.5 Wideband Point to Point Relay
394.5 Wideband Point to Point Relay
397.2 Wideband Point to Point Relay
398.5 Wideband Point to Point Relay

Air NG HF
4.042 Command and Control Net 1C
4.760 Nationwide
5.703 Nationwide
5.745 Nationwide
5.805 Nationwide
5.827 Nationwide
6.100 Nationwide
6.120 Command and Control Net 1F
6.715 Nationwide
6.769 Nationwide
6.800 Nationwide
6.890 Nationwide
6.895 Nationwide
6.940 Nationwide
7.460 Nationwide
7.853 Nationwide
8.731 Nationwide
9.808 Command and Control Net 1X
14.65 Nationwide
17.975 Nationwide
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CA - Army NG
ConvoysStatewide 30.1000
Tactical 30.5000
Tactical 32.1000
Convoys 32.3000
Tactical 32.7000
Tactical 32.9000
Tactical 34.1000
Tactical 34.3000
Tactical 34.5000
Tactical 34.7000
Convoys 34.9000
Convoys 36.1000
Tactical 36.3000
MAST 36.5000
Tactical 36.7000
Tactical 36.9000
Convoys 38.4500
Tactical 38.5000
Tactical 38.9000
Tactical 40.1000
Convoys 40.9000
Convoys Reserved 40.9400
? 41.9000
Convoys 46.7000
Convoys Statwide Secondary 46.9000
A/G Primary 40.9500
A/G Secondary 41.5000
A/G VHF Primary 141.8000
A/G VHF Secondary 139.7000
Missile Firing Simulation 399.9750
6219th Reception Battalion 52.6000
Bay Area NG 453.8250 127.3 PL
 

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No problem. Enjoy. It actually came from my .usd files. :D

I highly recommend going to Scanners Unlimited (http://www.scannersunlimited.com) and getting the Kelty reference book or go to the DeAnza swap meet to get them in person from Bob Kelty himself. He has lots of connections.

I have the Government Radio Systems - Military Departments and Government Radio Systems - Central Coast. Plenty of good stuff. There's also the Golden Gate edition and the Central Valley edition.
 
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My question is how did you copy all the information from the .USD file into a list format to put in the thread?
 

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Just go onto the UASD, open up the .usd file, highlight the stuff you need, go into Excel, and paste.

After that, copy the stuff from Excel into the thread reply box.
 

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Thanks, That helps a ton. I would have sworn I tried that previously and tt didn't work. I guess I was to tied or something. again thanks for the help
 

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The 200-300 MHz freqs are no longer current. The entire band was 'rebanded' a few years ago and the upper 300MHz section is now used exclusively by digital trunked radio systems. VHF-lo could still be accurate but is usually only heard within 20 miles of an operational base/range or when the Ionosphere is really hoppin'. VHF-hi is hit or miss - many units are in the transition phase of going over to 300MHz or 400MHz trunked systems.

I do know the 146th AW at Point Mugu in Ventura uses 305.6 for Ops and 319.3 for Tac... Many ANG bases use 267.5 as a 'Base Ops' channel. Check the communications section of your local airport/base on AIRNAV for frequencies.
 

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The 200-300 MHz freqs are no longer current. The entire band was 'rebanded' a few years ago and the upper 300MHz section is now used exclusively by digital trunked radio systems. VHF-lo could still be accurate but is usually only heard within 20 miles of an operational base/range or when the Ionosphere is really hoppin'. VHF-hi is hit or miss - many units are in the transition phase of going over to 300MHz or 400MHz trunked systems.

I do know the 146th AW at Point Mugu in Ventura uses 305.6 for Ops and 319.3 for Tac... Many ANG bases use 267.5 as a 'Base Ops' channel. Check the communications section of your local airport/base on AIRNAV for frequencies.

I get military air comms here in southern california in the 200-300 range.
 
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