A16/K16 are the same as A1/K1 in all radios.Channel A16 is either the same as A-1, or is the NOAA/NWS All Hazards 162.5500 frequency used in the Phoenix area, in receive only mode.
All users of PFDRDC and MRDC have access to D Deck for the "P-MED" channels. 1 and 16 are K1, 2-5 are on TRWC and 6-15 are on RWC. These are fully encrypted and used for field to hospital communications and hospital to hospital communications.D, E, and F-deck are RWC talkgroups used for administration, inspection/investigation, paramedic-to-hospital, etc, by Phoenix FD. The majority are encrypted. Each department/district under the PFDRDC has their own set of E2 through E5 talkgroups that are used for small special events (such as paramedics at Spring Training games), hydrant testing, training, etc. E2 and E3 are in the clear. E4 and E5 are encrypted, just like K2 through K5 are. I don't know what Mesa FDRDC on the TOPAZ RWC uses them for.
G16 technically doesn't exist, but it does. It is the "Dynamic Regroup" channel used to inhibit lost or stolen radios on the RWC. Radio shop will move that radio over to G16 and then send an inhibit command if needed.(I don't know what G-16 is, or even if there is a G-16 assigned.)
I-deck follows the 8AIRS channel plan from DPS.I-deck are the 800 MHz analog conventional I-Call and I-Tac channels. I-1 through I-6 are simplex. I-7 through I-12 are repeater channels. There are also four 700 MHz P25 conventional channels, I-13 through I-16. (Possibly the AZ Special Ops A-D channels.) These are also common to all law enforcement agencies and fire departments and districts in the Phoenix metro area.
J-deck is Sky Harbor. You will most commonly hear Alarm tell units responding to the airport that "Ops are on J1".I don't know about J-deck.
A1 and K1 are not patched. They are simulcasted. Units clearing on A1 can not hear units clearing on K1 and vice-versa. K16 is the same as K1.K1 and A1 are patched. AFAIK, K16 is the same as K1.
M-deck for Phoenix is the municipal zone. All city services are typically inside of this zone. N-deck is a rebanded version of I-deck, but has the "SPTAC" channels at the end of it.I don't know about M-deck or N-deck
L1 for all of RWC is K1-Fire Dispatch. Technically L1 is for PFDRDC's agencies to use for any large scale events, however, DPS and PD have used it in the past.I don't know what L1 is for other agencies.