UHP In car wireless Audio !!

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JLM7424

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Has anyone Found any of these in car wireless mic frequencies

I Was S. On I-15 UT around mile 97 , I seen this uhp stopped ahead with a perp
so i turned on Close call only as i passed the cruiser he was about to get in his car he must have still had the wireless mic on .I could hear hear the door shut and voices and some radio traffic.

So what i found was: 170.2500 PL 173.8
Very low power of course.

If you know any of these post them please or confirm this one.

Thanks Matt | RR.JLM7424
 

bneilson

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I use to listen to wireless mics all the time when I lived in Dallas.

It is great fun actually hearing the audio from the traffic stop.... "License and registration...But officer" :D

Since I have moved back to SLC (1.5 years now) I have not been able to copy a single one. I am still searching as I know they use the mics but I have no idea on the freq.

I will keep searching and post anything I find...
 

gldavis

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I have been searching for the local PD's signal ever since moving out here, but have never been able to find any. This gives a starting point.
These are freqs that I've found in use in other States (PA, VA, MA):
169.4450, 169.5050, 170.2450, 170.3050, 171.0450, 171.1050, 171.8450, 171.9050, 172.0250, and 174.0000.
Other departments may be using different freq bands.
 

bneilson

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Bringing back and old post to see if there are any new finds...

I was talking to an officer the other day and he advised that the mic was only active when the overhead lights were active so...

Anyway, still searching on this end and would love to know what others have found.
 
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