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mike_s104

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I've read the other posts here, looked at the wiki and am currently searching suggested bands for anything but I have yet to find anything. Either I've been missing any traffic, looking in the wrong bands or there plain isn't any traffic to be heard. I'm looking for any common National Guard freqs especially for West Virginia. Currently they are deployed to the Eastern Panhandle for weather related emergencies and are assisting the local police, EMS, fire and dept. of highways.

Thanks for any help or tips.
 

nd5y

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They could be anywhere in the following ranges:
30.0 - 87.975 25 kHz steps FM or WFM
138.0 - 143.9875 12.5 kHz steps NFM
148.0 - 150.75 12.5 kHz steps NFM
 

ecps92

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Don't forget 406-420 Mhz, which is where the CST/WMD Teams operate.

They could be anywhere in the following ranges:
30.0 - 87.975 25 kHz steps FM or WFM
138.0 - 143.9875 12.5 kHz steps NFM
148.0 - 150.75 12.5 kHz steps NFM
 
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