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mts200

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ok i dont have a scanner but i some fed dea frequs. i want to know are they good in sac
or not .can you guys help some my be p25 and not. o can any of the noaa weather be herd in sac

dea mt diadlo 418.9500 pl.156.7
3 ch 2 statewidw dea 1 418.6250 na
4 ch 3 sac dea 2 418.9000 na
5 ch 4 sac dea 3 418.7500 na
6 ch 5 sac dea 4 418.6750 na
7 ch 6 sac dea 5 418.8250 na
8 ch 7 sac dea 6 418.9500 na
9 ch 8 sac dea 7 418.9750 na
10 ch 9 fed noaa 415.9000 na
11 ch 10 fed noaa 416.3750 na
12 ch 11
13 ch 12
14 ch 13
15 ch 14
16 ch 15
17 ch 16
18 b
19 ch 1
20 ch 2
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26 410.0750 COMMERCE NOAA WEATHER VHF/UHF LINK
27 410.1000 COMMERCE NOAA WEATHER VHF/UHF LINK
28 410.1500 COMMERCE NOAA WEATHER VHF/UHF LINK
29 410.5750 COMMERCE NOAA WEATHER VHF/UHF LINK
30 410.6250 COMMERCE NOAA WEATHER VHF/UHF LINK
31 410.7000 COMMERCE NOAA WEATHER VHF/UHF LINK
32 415.9000 COMMERCE NOAA WEATHER VHF/UHF LINK
33 416.3750 COMMERCE NOAA WEATHER VHF/UHF LINK
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36 415.200 Federal Protective Service
37 417.200 Federal Protective Service
38 418.625 DEA (Nationwide)
p25 some not that what i want to know
 

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Those 410 MHz NWS freqs are point-point link channels for the VHF NWR, usually used as a STL relay to take the broadcast from the NWS office to the VHF tower site.
 

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DEA has pulled most if not all of their repeaters. Chances of hearing them are generally limited to simplex for surveillance. General ops are on Nextel, which I've confirmed.

-Wayne
 

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this is the correct order from ch 1 to ch 8, pl's 156.7

418.625
418.900
418.750 surveilance
418.675 surveilance
418.825
418.950
418.975 Repeat
418.975 Simplex
 

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I'm basically in Kansas City. As far as I know they still use the 418.900 and 418.625 repeaters. They were there a month or so ago but most of the activity is simplex channel 3.

What's up with the repeaters being abandonded? Is it possible they are still there or did they literally remove them and just forget it for nextel?

It wasn't all that long ago I heard someone link a repeater near here and call into St. Louis HQ. It seems crazy they would remove the whole system but then again it is the Fed. Govt.

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mancow said:
What's up with the repeaters being abandonded? Is it possible they are still there or did they literally remove them and just forget it for nextel?
I'm frequently in vaults for the major sites in the metro area and one in particular they just left an empty cabinet. They gutted most of it and left an empty encryption shelf there; the radio portion was completely yanked. So abandoned, yeap.

There may be one or two lone repeaters in the SF Bay Area but they're no longer used as myself and another check 406 often. Makes sense since why keep both? I also know a little more than the public does with regard to their Nextel usage/capability.

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According to the 2006 GRS Monitors Guide,(Kelty's), avalable at Scannersunlimited
All those are listed but for the OBVIOUS reasons very few are in use..
except the low powered handhelds/mobiles...
I've heard them but I will NOT say where on ine or to anyone whom I dont know..
Not to rude or rash etc but
I fell that htses men and women are doing th best they can..
And wil NOT do ANYTHING I feel that may cause harm to them or thier investigations
Anyways
YEah they use em though...
 

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they are using 400 mhz dea frequencies in simplex, i am not going to say which frequencies (for obvious reasons), but they are in use, and with significant power. my buddy in davis can pick up HANDHELDS AND air units.

it's not like it matters if i did post them, they're going after the big fish with small brains. you can routinely hear them say "ok, the moron is going back to xxx". and "ok, they've got the prostitute, and now numbnuts is going to take the target and go get some blow"

obviously they'll use the nextels on big fish with smarts.
 

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cool guys i thenk i will have to just put them in and see what i here and see if i can get more if you have any them pm me i will not give them out
 

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No offense to the folks that said they wouldn't post the good freqs, but these are easily obtainable in many scanner books. You wouldn't be doing something that hasn't already been done.
 

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kma371 said:
No offense to the folks that said they wouldn't post the good freqs, but these are easily obtainable in many scanner books. You wouldn't be doing something that hasn't already been done.


Plus remember the Federal Government has a few specified ranges
Sides the Mil Air Band etc.
Of course keeping an open mind always helps as well...:wink:

Crista
 

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kma371 said:
No offense to the folks that said they wouldn't post the good freqs, but these are easily obtainable in many scanner books. You wouldn't be doing something that hasn't already been done.
I agree, but people that really want to listen should find the active ones themselves. It's part of the hobby. They're all in the wiki, and the database -- program them all in and start scanning. Some of them are active, some aren't.

No point in saying "I wont post them" -- but they are available if you search for them.
 

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LOL I wasn't saying I wouldn't post the frequs
Just not where I heard them..
As personally I am SICK of boneheads ruining our neighborhoods
And yes evn though I am tiffed at the Feds arresting OUr DOG and his two of his posse
Still I DO NOT want to put in jeopardy ANY agent life or their Investigations etc...
Regards,
Crista
 
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