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Cincinnati UHF frequencies

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mayfiejb

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Does anyone happen to know if the Cincinnati police UHF radio frequencies are still being used? Since I got my scanner I have had these frequencies programmed, but I do not ever recieve any signals from these.
 

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mayfiejb said:
Does anyone happen to know if the Cincinnati police UHF radio frequencies are still being used? Since I got my scanner I have had these frequencies programmed, but I do not ever recieve any signals from these.
No they are not. All of the old UHF radios are gone. You now need a digital capable scanner
to monitor them on 800 MHz.
 

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460.025 the old HAMCO EAST is being used for All County Broadcast at this time.
460.075 Norwood is simulcasting there 800 Mhz talk group.
460.350 is being used by some of the valley units in conjunction with the 800 Mhz.
 
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