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Frequencies used by The United States Coast Guard in Cleveland, Ohio

Raff

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Can anyone assist me? I would like to know what frequencies would be used by the USCG in Cleveland, Ohio. These would be other than the 156.800/157.050/157.100/157.150. Thank you for any assistance.
 

ecps92

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add them all from the VHF and UHF LMR

The listed stations and sectors are by no means a definitive confirmation, they just indicate they have been heard on them.

Can anyone assist me? I would like to know what frequencies would be used by the USCG in Cleveland, Ohio. These would be other than the 156.800/157.050/157.100/157.150. Thank you for any assistance.
 

wb4sqi

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Just a complaint on USCG comms. I hear the Louisville sector here in Cincinnati on channels 16 and 22A. The operators speak so fast that they are not understandable at all. I was an Air/Ground Radio operator in the USAF and have been an amateur since 1970 so their comms really bother me. At times I want to send a letter to USCG telling them to slow down and speak distinctly. I'm sure the tow pilots on the Ohio River would like to hear the warnings to mariners more clearly.
 
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