CHP lime channels and Lima channels

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mkewman

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holy ish! i was flipping through the db today, and noticed the "lime" and "high band lima" channels. i hadn't noticed these before!

are they new? are they being used (especially in the sacramento area) and what are they used for?

i had no idea they existed!
 

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I've been monitoring these on and off while in the car over the past couple of weeks. I haven't really heard anything on them except when motoring around in the Bay Area.
 

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Good afternoon. You got my curiosity! What are the frequencies for these channels? Thanks in advance!
 

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CHP Lime frequencies

45.02000 42.26000 R Lime-1 (LIME tone varies per Div.) FM
39.42000 42.06000 R Lime-2 FM
45.94000 45.94000 M Lime-3 FM
39.92000 42.28000 R Lime-4 FM
42.92000 42.62000 R Lime-5 FM
45.06000 42.38000 R Lime-6 FM
45.02000 42.08000 R Lime-7 FM
39.14000 39.14000 M Lime-8 FM
45.02000 45.94000 R Lime-9 FM
45.98000 45.98000 M Lime-10 FM
45.02000 42.78000 R Lime-11 FM
 

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These look like the low band tac channels. Pretty much the same order, different repeater inputs.
 

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Uhf

Good morning. The CHP started using UHF frqs. in 1995 when the Calif. State Police merged into the CHP.

mkewman said:
are they used at all?

they seem new. since when does chp use uhf?
 

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What UHF Frequencies does the CHP use? Here in Stockton there is a CHP Office but I do not know if they use UHF or just VHF low and VHF high.
 

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Chp Uhf

Good morning. Mostly 460.375 and 460.450. Others are 453.20, 460.025, 460.0875, 460.2125, and 460.3375.

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What UHF Frequencies does the CHP use? Here in Stockton there is a CHP Office but I do not know if they use UHF or just VHF low and VHF high.
 

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mkewman said:
are they used at all?

they seem new. since when does chp use uhf?
Then if your talking about the lowband ones, those arent UHF. Their low-VHF
 

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Stockton CHP

Hello. Stockton CHP is on 42.56 for dispatch, the cars answer on 42.72 MHz.

dmingus120 said:
What UHF Frequencies does the CHP use? Here in Stockton there is a CHP Office but I do not know if they use UHF or just VHF low and VHF high.
 

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Here in SoCal I've heard these ones active, but they have different names and uses.

39.920
I think it was called BORTAC and it was used in San Diego but I have not heard it lately.

42.920
CHP El Centro (base) and also Santa Fe Springs sometimes is on here and repeated.

39.140
CHP Blue-1 used in San Diego/Orange County (162.2PL) and Inland Empire (118.8PL). Seems to be a backup channel if main repeater is down also heard it used for pursuits.

I think 45.020 has been used for a Tactical in the past... might of been for the Rose Bowl or something I forget.
 

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Good afternoon. Here's what I've logged on those:
39.92 107.2 CHP BORTAC San Diego County
39.92 136.5 CHP Tac 4 L.A. County
42.92 162.2 CHP Maroon1 El Centro and Winterhaven area offices
42.92 136.5 CHP Tac 5 L.A. County
39.14 118.8 CHP Blue1 San Bernardino
39.14 136.5 CHP Tac 8 L.A. County
39.14 162.2 CHP Blue1 Or. Co/San Diego Co.
45.02 179.9 CHP Tac 1 L.A. County

brandon said:
Here in SoCal I've heard these ones active, but they have different names and uses.

39.920
I think it was called BORTAC and it was used in San Diego but I have not heard it lately.

42.920
CHP El Centro (base) and also Santa Fe Springs sometimes is on here and repeated.

39.140
CHP Blue-1 used in San Diego/Orange County (162.2PL) and Inland Empire (118.8PL). Seems to be a backup channel if main repeater is down also heard it used for pursuits.

I think 45.020 has been used for a Tactical in the past... might of been for the Rose Bowl or something I forget.
 

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PEOPLE, stop thread hijacking! This thread is about the Lima/Lime channels in the database, not general CHP frequency usage. Please create another thread for those topics.
 

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wayne_h said:
PEOPLE, stop thread hijacking! This thread is about the Lima/Lime channels in the database, not general CHP frequency usage. Please create another thread for those topics.
THANK YOU!

ANYONE HEARD THESE IN USE??? CAN YOU EXPLAIN HOW THEY WERE USED? THANK YOU

(capital letters because, yes, i'm yelling)
 
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