APTN said:I occasionally hear traffic on 155.7900 mHz. I'm in the Middle TN area. Anyone know whose frequency it is ?
APTN said:Thanks, Mick. I tried to search for that the FCC database but was not having luck. I must not have entered the parameters correctly or something. Anyways, It is most likely Wilson County Sheriff's Office that I'm hearing. (I know that it was a LE agency, and that it was in or near De Kalb County, because I heard the dispatcher refer to a De Kalb County town.)
That's why I started this thread. We have a similar thread for KY and with over 330 replies and 15,000 views not much goes unidentified. If you post something you are hearing with a few details about the traffic heard, someone might be able to help you figure out who it is.Man. I'm in Chattanooga and in the area I'm in it is hard to identify a lot of frequencies I am capturing. Being on the TN, GA, AL and NC line, the stuff can be from anywhere. When I do a search here, I have to check all four states. Even the FCC database isn't much help because I get matching entries sometimes for all three states. That can be rough!
If you goto the Tennessee page in the database, Tennessee Scanner Frequencies and Radio Frequency Reference, down at the bottom you will see "Search Tennessee FCC Licenses". The great thing about this search, is that if the frequency that you are looking for is a bit off, it will expand the search. When I put in 461.56875 it gave me a range of 461.55875-461.57875.New to scanning and still trying to identify 461.56875 heard in the Bristol, TN, Sullivan Co. area.
I have listened for a morse code tag identifier, but they never send one. Being a ham since 1962,
but inactive now, I think I could copy it if sent. The frequency seems to be used by a construction
company, ordering concrete, trucks, etc. The company does not use the frequency much & never
on Sunday. I have set it as a primary channel on my PRO-164. I have searched everywhere I
know to look. Any help would be greatly appreciated.