uscg air frequencies near NJ

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DPD1

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I think the nearest actual air-station is Atlantic City. They use pretty much the same UHF freqs nationwide. You can try...

237.9
326.15
345.0
379.05
381.7
381.8
383.9

One of the first four are most likely. Then after that, you'll probably find them on some of the VHF marine ones.
 

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I've actually heard them still use the 38x.x ones a couple times the last couple years or so. Not much though.
 

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I frequently hear USCG aircraft conducting operations with ground/seaborne stations on 157.150, Marine 23A, in the Maryland Eastern Shore area.
 

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They've abandoned
381.7
381.8
383.9
To allow the use of LMR systems between 380 and 400
In their place. Some Air Sta's DO continue to use the 38#.##'s as a TAC channel, but NOT for Primary use.
237.9 Uniform Secondary
326.15 Uniform Air-to-Ground (primary)
345.0 Uniform Primary
379.05 Uniform Air-to-Ground (Secondary)
In addition to the CG Nets, Coast Guard Air Station Cape Cod uses 122.9750 AM Victor Primary, 164.5500 FM Primary (FM CSQ), 166.2250 Maintenance Control (FM CSQ) As well as the HF COTHEN Netwok.
Very little use of VHF-FM Marine channels anymore in Sector Boston, Cape Cod, Northeast New England, although from time to time it is still used.
 

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Very little use of VHF-FM Marine channels anymore in Sector Boston, Cape Cod, Northeast New England, although from time to time it is still used.
Yes Ken, the only thing I hear on the VHF CG channels (21,23,81,83) for the past few years is the CG Aux and the CAP flights. Even the CG AUX units down here on Long Island Sound are migrating to the digital channels, finally.
Great summer of listening this year for sure. Thank you to all the CG members for their service. My favorite thing to monitor for sure.
Bob
 

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CG Aux is 150.7000 Analog, not even allowed P25

They must be going into a Sta/Dist and being issued a Portable

Yes Ken, the only thing I hear on the VHF CG channels (21,23,81,83) for the past few years is the CG Aux and the CAP flights. Even the CG AUX units down here on Long Island Sound are migrating to the digital channels, finally.
Great summer of listening this year for sure. Thank you to all the CG members for their service. My favorite thing to monitor for sure.
Bob
 

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Must be unique to the sector.

Sector 1 CG Aux is still very much Analog 150.7000 R a few simplex channels
and 157.1750 with Sector
Yes they just started this spring. Nice to get the Aux. on there. They do practice drills with the CG units now also on the P25.
I'm sure just a matter of time before they all move over so they can have comms together.
 

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Here in Cape May Co. the helo's use 345.000 am when practicing. They do use the P25 400mhz channels but mostly encrypt. when talking with the bases. I would throw in CG 121, 111, 114 and the normal 21, 22, 23, 81, 82, 83. I hear them on all.
 
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