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Local Frequencies

You should be able to pick these up in Auburn if you've got a good antenna and receiver.

Frequency Mode Station
88.7 MHz WFM WELL
89.1 MHz WFM WLBF
89.9 MHz WFM WTSU
91.1 MHz WFM WEGL
92.3 MHz WFM WLWI
93.9 MHz WFM WTGZ
94.3 MHz WFM WGZZ
95.9 MHz WFM WQSI
96.7 MHz WFM WMXA
97.7 MHz WFM WKKR
99.9 MHz WFM WQNR
101.9 MHz WFM WHHY
102.9 MHz WFM WVRK
103.3 MHz WFM WMXS
106.1 MHz WFM WSTH
107.3 MHz WFM WCGQ
147.060 MHz NFM W4LEE Repeater
147.240 MHz NFM K4RY 2m Repeater
15x MHz NFM Auburn Fire Dispatch
155.610 MHz NFM Auburn Police Dispatch
162.525 MHz NFM NOAA Weather Radio Station WWF54
444.800 MHz NFM K4RY 70cm Repeater

Other Frequencies

Frequency Mode Station
144.200 MHz NFM 2m Calling Frequency
144.390 MHz NFM APRS Calling Frequency
146.520 MHz NFM 2m Simplex Calling Frequency
162.400 MHz NFM NOAA Weather Radio Stations
162.425 MHz NFM NOAA Weather Radio Stations
162.450 MHz NFM NOAA Weather Radio Stations
162.475 MHz NFM NOAA Weather Radio Stations
165.500 MHz NFM NOAA Weather Radio Stations
165.525 MHz NFM NOAA Weather Radio Stations
222.100 MHz SSB/CW 1.25m SSB/CW Calling Frequency
315.000 MHz Frequency for key-fobs for North American cars 1)
403.000 MHz NFM Radiosondes 2)
432.100 MHz NFM 70cm Simplex Calling Frequency
433.920 MHz Frequency for key-fobs for European, Asian, and Japanese cars
444.800 MHz NFM K4RY 70cm Repeater
446.000 MHz NFM 70cm Calling Frequency
1)
It's around here. You won't be able to hear them, they don't sound like anything. You also can't unlock random cars by recording them and playing them back. Sorry.
2)
The weather balloons the NWS launches. Maybe you can decode it and get live atmospheric conditions?
frequencies.txt · Last modified: 2014/11/05 17:47 by cwh0009