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Special Events in DC--Radio Rental Provider

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If you're monitoring special events in the area, you'll want to keep an eye on some new frequencies. It seems a company named Blanchard's USA Radio Rentals is doing more and more of the radio rentals, and they're using some unusual VHF frequencies. (They've taken over the radio rentals from at least one event from Bearcom, which is probably the nations's largest radio-rental outfit.) Here are some frequencies found this past Saturday at the National Race for the Cure:

151.5125 [173.8]
152.5200 [ d143] "EMA to ___"
153.3850 [ ] Unknown if used
155.9100 [146.2]
156.5150 [ d114]
157.8150 [141.3]
159.2150 [ d624]
160.7100 [118.8]

Interestingly, some of those frequencies are public safety allocations, or very close. I couldn't find any kind of license for any of the frequencies.

Anyway, just something to keep in mind. I've posted this on Scan-DC as well.

Dave
 
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