What frequency do police use on scanners?

What frequency do police use on scanners?

Public Safety Spectrum

Frequency MHz Available for Public Safety
806-809/851-854 MHz (NPSPAC Band) 6 MHz (3 MHz x 3 MHz) [contiguous]
809-815/854-860 MHz (800 MHz Band) 3.5 MHz (1.75 MHz x 1.75 MHz) [non-contiguous]
4940-4990 MHz (4.9 GHz Band) 50 MHz [contiguous]
5850-5925 MHz band (5.9 GHz Band) 75 MHz [contiguous]

What frequency does Seattle police use?

Pre-Programmed Scanners Available

Frequency License Alpha Tag
155.22000 KWH567 AMR Seattle
158.83500 WQSF795 AMR Seattle

What frequency does NSW police use?


Frequency Input License
7.66150 7.66000 VKG
27.53000 VKG
27.96000 VKG
156.87500 VKG

What frequency do police use in NZ?

Police operate a P25 trunked digital radio system in the ESB (VHF 138-144 MHz) and ESC (UHF 494-502 MHz) bands.

How can I listen to local police scanners?

Listen to police scanners online A police scanner app lets you listen to live broadcasts from law enforcement and fire department feeds. Unlike a traditional police scanner that requires a radio in close proximity, police scanners that access the internet are available for anyone with the right app or website link.

What is the most used frequency for King County SAR missions?

Technology in SAR In 1973 we were licensed on low-band radio frequencies (47 MHz), but today we communicate on VHF frequencies (155 MHz).

What frequency do Australian police use?

10.505 4.134 (Water Police)
4.375 (Water Police)
4.426 (Water Police)

Do police use UHF or VHF?

Police broadcast on frequencies in the UHF band. You are legally allowed to listen to unencrypted transmissions in these bands, but you need a license to broadcast.

What frequency do ambulances use?

2. Air ambulances must have a VHF portableradio programmed with both the Hospital-to-Ambulance WHITE (155.2800 MHz) frequency and the Air-to-Ground TAN-VMED28(155.3400) frequency.

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