need help from people from il

raymondjtoth

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hi name is ray toth i work at jewel-osco were can i find the scanner radio freq for jewel-osco any place like to hear whats going on with company from delivery and so on im a bagger so can keep up and know whats going on in case some one ask me thansk ray toth if can help im in desplaines il
 

tvengr

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tvengr is walmart in radio ref wiki?
The one in my area uses 154.57. That is one of the 5 MURS frequencies.
MURS comprises the following five frequencies:
ChannelFrequencyMaximum
authorized bandwidth
Channel name
1151.82 MHz11.25 kHzMURS 1
2151.88 MHz11.25 kHzMURS 2
3151.94 MHz11.25 kHzMURS 3
4154.57 MHz20.00 kHzBlue Dot
5154.60 MHz20.00 kHzGreen Dot
Channels 1–3 must use "narrowband" frequency modulation (2.5 kHz deviation; 11.25 kHz bandwidth). Channels 4 and 5 may use either "wideband" FM (5 kHz deviation; 20 kHz bandwidth) or "narrowband" FM.[4] All five channels may use amplitude modulation with a bandwidth up to 8 kHz.[5] MURS falls under part 95 and was not mandated for narrow-banding, such as those of Part 90 in the public service bands
 

chill1971

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Walmart channels

1 154.5700 CSQ
2 154.6000 CSQ
3 151.8200 131 DPL
4 151.8800 131 DPL
5 151.9400 131 DPL
6 154.5700 131 DPL
7 154.6000 131 DPL
 

ilgrant

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The frequency range cubn provided will do the trick. Lots of big box stores are in this range. You will have to be within a half a block to hear any of them, though. Common stores you may hear are Home Depot, Target, Jewel/Osco, Portillos and on and on and on.
 

K9DAK

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The Jewel in my town uses 900 MHz spread spectrum Motorolas (model number escapes me)... not monitorable by any scanner.
 
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