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Mexico Radio Frequencies

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gstamper

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Frequency information for two-way radio users in Mexico does not appear to be available on Radio Reference. Does anyone have any information or sources to find out what frequencies are being used in Mexico, especially in those areas that border the United States? Any information will be appreciated.
 

Astrak

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Well maybe you should check the areas in the U.S. that border Mexico this will give you better info.
 

ocscan

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Alot of stuff is in the 450-470mhz range in Cancun. I brought my 246T on last trip and logged alot. Not speaking spanish it was not to productive. I have some basic info at home that I can forward and you can then see what you can add too my info. Mostly simplex and low power repeaters related to hotels, bars and car rentals.
 
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