U.S Coast Guard Ops Frequecies

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chip89

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Does any one have any U.S Coast Guard Ops Frequecies handy, that they can PM on this thread, or know of any websites i can go to for some. thank you- some help would be appricated.
 

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What kind of ops? Some of their stuff is in the HF range some is in the mil-spectrum, you can search the wiki but if u just wanna hear like run of the mill broadcast (distress and weather stuff) you can program the VHF channels into the scanner...i have a scanner an old bc-60 dedicated to just coast guard stuff, obviously channel 16 and 22a are the most active but you hear things on the other freqencies in the VHF range...hope that helps...and when all else fails search the wiki!!

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99.9% of what I hear is on vhf ch's 16 22a and 83a but heres what i currently have loaded:

156.8000 VHF Marine CH 16 – Emergency Calling Channel FM
157.1000 VHF Marine CH 22A – Liaison Channel FM
157.1500 VHF Marine CH 23 – Working Channel FM
157.0750 VHF Marine CH 81A – Working Channel FM
157.1250 VHF Marine CH 82 – Working Channel FM
157.1750 VHF Marine CH 83A – Backup Channel FM
156.5250 VHF Marine CH 70 – Digital Selective Calling (DSC) FM
121.5000 International Aeronautical Emergency FM
123.1000 VHF Primary AM
122.9000 VHF Secondary AM
381.8000 UHF Working Channel AM
282.8000 UHF Working Channel AM
126.2000 Surface to air Working Channel AM
237.9000 Search and Rescue AM
241.6500 Search and Rescue AM



COMMON 164.55000 FM
LANT 01 155.47500 FM
LANT 02 163.17500 FM
LANT 03 162.12500 FM
LANT 04 162.22500 FM
LANT 05 162.25000 FM
LANT 06 162.32500 FM
LANT 07 162.35000 FM
LANT 08 162.61500 FM
LANT 09 163.05000 FM
LANT 10 163.17500 FM
LANT 11 163.37500 FM
LANT 12 164.30000 FM
LANT 13 164.91500 FM
LANT 14 165.24000 FM
LANT 15 165.26500 FM
LANT 16 165.31500 FM
LANT 17 165.34000 FM
LANT 18 164.77500 FM
LANT 19 165.24000 FM
LANT 20 166.46500 FM
LANT 21 165.24000 FM
LANT 22 166.59000 FM
LANT 23 167.90000 FM
LANT 24 164.55000 FM
LANT 25 171.34000 FM
NORTH RPTR 926.00000 FM
Bank 9 Ch 27 407.62500 FM
Bank 9 Ch 28 407.97500 FM
BASE SECURIT 408.92500 FM
409.00000 FM
416.87500 FM
417.12500 FM
419.12500 FM
419.92500 FM
166.22500 FM
171.34000 FM
171.59000 FM
172.30000 FM
415.62500 FM
419.80000 FM
AIR OPS PRIM 345.00000 AM
AIR OPS SEC 237.90000 AM
AIR/GRND PRI 326.15000 AM
AIR/GRND SEC 379.05000 AM
AUXNET 143.28000 FM
 
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George the LANT designator has pretty much been retired, for the new name of "CG-xx"

The new list is avail at
http://wiki.radioreference.com/index.php/United_States_Coast_Guard#Land_Mobile_Channels
and we would appreciate local report of Stations / Sectors using these new channels.

162.0500 CG-08 is Sector Boston and Sta.Pt. Allerton



cougarct06512 said:
99.9% of what I hear is on vhf ch's 16 22a and 83a but heres what i currently have loaded:

156.8000 VHF Marine CH 16 – Emergency Calling Channel FM
157.1000 VHF Marine CH 22A – Liaison Channel FM
157.1500 VHF Marine CH 23 – Working Channel FM
157.0750 VHF Marine CH 81A – Working Channel FM
157.1250 VHF Marine CH 82 – Working Channel FM
157.1750 VHF Marine CH 83A – Backup Channel FM
156.5250 VHF Marine CH 70 – Digital Selective Calling (DSC) FM
121.5000 International Aeronautical Emergency FM
123.1000 VHF Primary AM
122.9000 VHF Secondary AM
381.8000 UHF Working Channel AM
282.8000 UHF Working Channel AM
126.2000 Surface to air Working Channel AM
237.9000 Search and Rescue AM
241.6500 Search and Rescue AM



COMMON 164.55000 FM
LANT 01 155.47500 FM
LANT 02 163.17500 FM
LANT 03 162.12500 FM
LANT 04 162.22500 FM
LANT 05 162.25000 FM
LANT 06 162.32500 FM
LANT 07 162.35000 FM
LANT 08 162.61500 FM
LANT 09 163.05000 FM
LANT 10 163.17500 FM
LANT 11 163.37500 FM
LANT 12 164.30000 FM
LANT 13 164.91500 FM
LANT 14 165.24000 FM
LANT 15 165.26500 FM
LANT 16 165.31500 FM
LANT 17 165.34000 FM
LANT 18 164.77500 FM
LANT 19 165.24000 FM
LANT 20 166.46500 FM
LANT 21 165.24000 FM
LANT 22 166.59000 FM
LANT 23 167.90000 FM
LANT 24 164.55000 FM
LANT 25 171.34000 FM
NORTH RPTR 926.00000 FM
Bank 9 Ch 27 407.62500 FM
Bank 9 Ch 28 407.97500 FM
BASE SECURIT 408.92500 FM
409.00000 FM
416.87500 FM
417.12500 FM
419.12500 FM
419.92500 FM
166.22500 FM
171.34000 FM
171.59000 FM
172.30000 FM
415.62500 FM
419.80000 FM
AIR OPS PRIM 345.00000 AM
AIR OPS SEC 237.90000 AM
AIR/GRND PRI 326.15000 AM
AIR/GRND SEC 379.05000 AM
AUXNET 143.28000 FM
 
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coast guard

thanks guys, ops meaning SAR, though ill try those kind of frequency, i am from ct, wethersfield, so im trying to see if i can get vhf, from where i am.
 

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If you are only looking to see if you hear the Land stations first, then try

156.8000 Ch.16
157.1000 Ch.22

http://www.navcen.uscg.gov/marcomms/gmdss/msi.htm
http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/marine/vhfvoice.htm

First Coast Guard District
VHF Voice Weather Broadcast CH 16/22A

Sector Field Office (SFO) Southwest Harbor
Parent Command – Sector Northern New England 1135z, 2335z
Sector Northern New England 1105z, 2305z
Sector Boston 1035z, 2235z
Sector Southeastern New England 1005z, 2205z
SFO Moriches – Parent Command – Sector Long Island Sound 0010z, 1210z
Sector Long Island Sound 1120z, 2320z
Sector New York 1050z, 2250z

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thanks guys, ops meaning SAR, though ill try those kind of frequency, i am from ct, wethersfield, so im trying to see if i can get vhf, from where i am.
 

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Just a thought.

Not for nothing!
But the very best of monitoring in this band that I have ever done, I used a used marine radio with the microphone disabled of course. The marine band can be filled with intermod when monitoring it from land, at least that has been my experience anyway. The marine radios have Excellent image regection and/or front ends! Just a thought.

Manny
 

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Also give 150.7000 a try , this is the new USCG Aux Rptr network with a few sites in CT...we still need reports of PL Tones and NET Times [likely Thurs Eves or Sun AM]

Give a listen on Thur May 21st
http://a01413.uscgaux.info/calendar.html

thanks guys, ops meaning SAR, though ill try those kind of frequency, i am from ct, wethersfield, so im trying to see if i can get vhf, from where i am.
 
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George, any activity on 150.7000 the USCG Aux Rptr?

They have atleast two in CT [New Haven and New London]
I've picked up some activity, nothing very specific. Radio Traffic was a nightmare in the Sound last weekend. I do have it programmed, I'll keep you informed if anything comes of it.
 

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Anyone have ifo on the USCG in the philly area? I live near the area and would like to listen in.
 

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George, any activity on 150.7000 the USCG Aux Rptr?

They have atleast two in CT [New Haven and New London]

The third Thursday of the month they do a Net on that freq. from Westchester county through Ct. and including Nassau and Suffolk counties in L.I.
You will hear all of the repeaters at that time. Starts at approx. 20:00 hours.
 
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