Police Call -RR Database Freq's

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fenderblue

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I could be in the wrong to post this but---I can't find some frequencies that are not in the police call book (2003) or in the RR Database. Are some of them protected from being published. I always heard them on the old scanners that I still have but have a hard time trying to install in these new diqital scanner.
 

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If you have something that is not in the database please fill free to submitt them, we do add all verfied info into the database here, that you can personly verify as an active freq. I would think what you have there is outdated info and is no onger valid.
In my area most of the stuff that was active in 2003 is no longer active in my area. do to most area's here moving to a trunking type system.
 

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Well, lowboy, these are basically low frequency that I have monitored in the last 10 years. Most of these freq's are used for communications between circle track racing officials to tower etc. I have downloaded them in my digital scanners, so will if worked when racing season starts in 30 days or so.
 

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I knew the answers would be revealed here. Was Police Call that book Radio Shack used to sell back in the day?
 

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Wirelessly posted (Opera/9.80 (BREW; Opera Mini/6.0.3/27.2354; U; en) Presto/2.8.119 320X240 LG VN530)

151.625 is the "Red Dot" Business Itinerant channel.
154.570 is Multi-Use Radio Service (MURS) channel 4. Also known as "Blue Dot" when it was a business itinerant.
154.600 is MURS channel 5. AKA "Green Dot" when it was a business itinerant.
(151.820 is MURS 1; 151.880 is MURS 2; 151.940 is MURS 3. 154.570 and 154.600 are popular with Wal-Mart. All 5 can be used by anyone for personal or business communications needs. It's a license by rule Part 95 radio service. More or less a VHF CB.)
469.500 is a low-power simplex business channel.
I don't know about 153.005 or 454.000, I don't see them in the lists that I have.
 
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