TrainTenna Railroad Band and ATCS Antennas for Commercial & Hobbyist Applications

The TrainTenna line of antennas are specifically designed for the railroad radio band. DPDP offers five rail related models, which are listed below. The majority of our products can be used with any Uniden, RadioShack or other brand of radio scanner, and also most commercial and ham radios. If you have basic questions about antennas, please try checking the FAQ page.

- Models -
TrainTenna Vertical Outdoor Base Antenna

TrainTenna Blade Indoor Antenna
TrainTenna 5/8 Wave Mobile Antenna
TrainTenna 5/8 Wave Mobile Antenna (No Ground Plane)
ATCS (Advanced Train Control System) 1/2 Wave over 1/2 Wave Mobile Antenna
Check out the 700-950 MHz UHF Plus LP Base Antenna for Combined VHF Voice and ATCS
NEW! ATCS Vertical Outdoor Base Antenna
TrainTenna LP Base Antenna

Railroad Radio Band Plan Frequency List

PLEASE READ: Due to the complexities of offering oddly sized products, this site only calculates shipping for US destinations. If you'd like to ship outside the US, please contact us and we will email you an invoice for your order, which you can then pay electronically.



TrainTenna Vertical Outdoor Base Antenna

SPECS

Gain: 3 dBi SWR: 1.5:1 or Less Pattern: Omni-directional
Wavelength: 1/2 Elements: 1 Tuned: 160-161 MHz
Band: VHF Railroad Connector: N Female Cable: RG8X
Cable Length: 12 Inches Height: 57" Width: 1 1/4"
Weight: 1 lb 11 oz Wind Area: 0.50 Sq Feet  

FEATURES

Readymade: There's no assembly necessary, or extra mounting parts needed.

Tuned to Rail Band: Each antenna is tuned to the VHF Rail Band from 160 to 161 MHz. Please note: These antennas will work with both the older analog, and newer digital radios.

DC Grounded: A metal ground plane is not needed with this design.

Enclosed Elements: The actual antenna elements and feed point are sealed inside a UV resistant plastic radome. No need to worry about corrosion on the elements with this design.

Weather Resistant: Having the elements and feed point sealed in the radome allows the antenna to be very resistant to weather and other environmental damage. This antenna is strong enough to withstand an ice storm, and will also do well in a shoreline environment.

Copper Elements: Elements are copper clad, which is a better element material than stainless steel.

Narrow Bandwidth: The bandwidth for the antenna is fairly narrow, which can help to eliminate intermod problems from adjacent strong signals in urban areas.

High Quality N Connector: Instead of the usual UHF connector that's included with most antennas, this antenna includes a 50 ohm female N connector, on the end of a small cable pigtail. N connectors are more water resistant and handle high frequencies better. Need help choosing your main cable? Checkout the Coax FAQ

Includes Mounting Hardware: Price includes mounting clamps to allow attaching the antenna to any standard 1 1/4" to 1 1/2" mounting mast.

Made in the USA

TESTIMONIALS

"Speaking of antennas, I recommend folks take a spin by: dpdproductions.com It's a very well put together site which deals with monitoring of the railroads by radio. And be sure to check out Dave's line of "TrainTennas". As it happens, the Clear Creek Radio is using his products and we couldn't be happier with them. Currently, the antenna on Clear Creek is still a low level affair... We're using the internal model he offers, which I think is a perfect 'traveling' antenna for pulling in decent signals from your hotel room. We soon will be using the base station model on a rooftop tripod mount... Be on the 'Listen' for even more distant transmissions on Clear Creek Radio in the near future!"
Jim Groenke - RF Engineer and owner of http://railroadradio.net/

"Even with my state-of-the-art Motorola MT-2000 Jedi receiver, I was still picking up 2nd order intermod from the many nearby public safety & ham repeaters. Since I was using a broadband discone, I was asking for this! So I changed over to DPDP's narrowband TrainTenna a week ago. The improvement has been very dramatic! The IM grunge that we had been hearing has completely disappeared and we now only hear great train comms! This antenna is well-designed, well-made and easy to work with. Photos of my installation are up in my Central New Jersey Wide-Area Stream forum.
Railfaninnj - Central NJ

"Well Dave I have to say I'm impressed, the antenna works very well!! I'm hearing up the Columbia Gorge to the MP 48.4 detector very clearly. I'm also hearing the 37.6 detector which is somewhat flaky generally here. I used 162.400 Astoria, OR weather to ensure my placement was ok, and it went from just breaking the squelch sitting in the computer room to 6 S units in its installed position (about 6 ft. higher than the computer room)."
Steve Eshom - Owner of the Vancouver, WA Railroad Radio Stream

"I recently bought your TrainTenna outdoor vertical and mounted it on the roof of my two story house. I must say this is a well designed product. I live in Union City, CA which is about halfway between Oakland and San Jose. With your antenna, I can pickup virtually all the UP and Amtrak radio traffic between Berkeley and south San Jose. That's about 50 miles. In the Newark yard, about 7 miles away, I can hear the brakeman using his handheld to talk to the engineer. I also get almost all of the CalTrain and UP talk on the other side of the SF Bay."
Ray F. - Union City, CA

"I am getting some GREAT stuff with the antenna. I am going to get a longer pole to mount it higher. It's on my chimney at about 20 feet now. I'm getting NS about 30 miles each way."
Mark Baker - Lafayette, IN

"Paul and I put the TrainTenna up today and it is definitely pulling in more traffic. I have heard the remotes talking in Laurel Yard. Hopefully it will pick up the detector at East Billings which is only about 6-7 miles away, but around a bit of a hill."
Todd W. - Billings Montana RR Stream Owner

"What an antenna... I'm very impressed. I can hear anything the San Antonio area has to offer. The signal strength meter is almost pegged. Never done that before. I can also get several weather stations. I should have bought one of these antennas a long time ago."
James M. - Schertz, TX

"I just wanted to let you know that I have the TrainTenna up and running on my tower. I can't believe how well this antenna performs... I am truly amazed! I am hearing so much traffic that I have never heard before. I am using an Yaesu FT-7800-R and have all the rail channels programmed in, and I'm hearing all kinds of traffic. I would like to say that you have a great business with excellent service and I would recommend your company no problem. Thanks again."
Dan C. - Grass Lake, MI

"Just put up my TrainTenna that I purchased in October and I have to tell you, I am hearing stuff that I never heard before. Thanks for making a great product and I will be enjoying it everyday"
Mike R. - Hasbrouck Heights, NJ

"I'm the SLE and radio tech on the M&NJ Railroad in southeastern NY. I purchased the DPD product for our base station antenna, and i'm pleased with it's performance. The antenna analyzer makes it a perfect match for our use. Our license allows your antenna, and it does perform as I thought it would."
Paul H. - Middletown, NY


One TrainTenna Vertical Outdoor Base Antenna $89.95

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TrainTenna Blade Indoor Antenna

SPECS

Gain: 3 dBi SWR: 1.5:1 or Less Pattern: Omni-directional
Wavelength: 1/2 Elements: 1 Tuned: 160-161 MHz
Band: VHF Railroad Connector: BNC Male Cable: RG8X
Cable Length: 18 Feet Height: 52" Width: 1 1/4"
Depth: 3/8"    

FEATURES

Unique Design: This antenna is designed for anyone who's interested in getting good performance on their scanner or radio, but isn't able to use an outdoor antenna. This is a great antenna for people who live in apartments or condos. The Blade can also be used as a travel antenna, or even outdoors for short periods of time.

Tuned to Rail Band: Each antenna is tuned to the VHF Rail Band from 160 to 161 MHz. Please note: These antennas will work with both the older analog, and newer digital radios.

Ready Made: There's no assembly necessary and 18 feet of coax (with BNC connector) is included. (Email to possibly request other connector types.)

Easy to Position: The beauty of the way this antenna works, is the fact that you can position it anywhere. Unlike using a rubber duck, you can find the one good spot in the room that gets the best reception, but still put the radio anywhere you like. This can also be helpful if you're trying to move the antenna away from RF producing devices. There's also no ground plane elements sticking out to poke you. The antenna can easily be hung using the two loops on the back.

Unobtrusive: The Blade design is very slim and stealthy. The antenna is only 1 1/4" wide and a mere 3/8" deep. It can easily be hidden behind blinds, but is also attractive enough to be displayed in clear view. The antenna's bright white enclosure blends right into the surroundings.

Copper Elements: Elements are copper clad, which is a better element material than stainless steel.

Narrow Bandwidth: The bandwidth for the antenna is fairly narrow, which can help to eliminate intermod problems from adjacent strong signals in urban areas.

18' of RG8/X Cable: This cable is better for longer lengths than the average off brand RG58 cable included with most antennas (if any), and helps prevent signal loss.

Direct Feed Point Connection: The coax is directly connected to the antenna elements, which means there's one less connector between your radio and the antenna. Each additional connector can create signal loss.

Made in the USA

TESTIMONIALS

"Despite the computer-interference issues, I just wanted to let you know how awesome your antenna works with it off, and I’m very happy with the purchase. I have been able to pull in the detectors on both sides of me, 10 miles each way, and can hear CSX and NS calling signals loud and clear at 15 miles, which is pretty good considering the hilly country and amount of interference in town here. So just wanted to let you know I’m very pleased and will recommend it to others. Thanks!"
Nick D. - Princeton, NJ

"Thanks for your excellent customer service. I just 'installed' the antenna inside my apartment this afternoon and what a difference it has made. Finally, I can hear DI tower and the NS Cincinnati Line dispatcher! I have been unable to hear them til now."
Keary - W8NKP

"Hello... Just wanted to let you know that the antenna arrived thursday and it works great. Thanks."
Alex D. - St. Charles, IL

"I commend you on producing fine product. I already receive far more transmissions than I ever heard with any previous antenna I have used indoors, even without having yet determined that "sweet spot" in my home. It's attractive and unobtrusive to boot."
Nicholas C. - Newnan, GA

"Well I just wanted too say how neat the TrainTenna is... I think the TrainTenna is the best antenna I have ever had. I have used so many different antenna's to hear the trains, but nothing compares to the Traintenna. I was shocked how far it brings in the train freqs, and it is so clear, it sounds like the tracks are right down the road. I like to hear the PBX and Road Channels."
Tim G. - South Lake Tahoe, CA

"Just wanted to drop you a quick note that the TrainTenna works great and am very happy with it. Thanks again."
Norman W. - Milford, PA

"Thanks to the TrainTenna I can now hear not only the three frequencies I thought I would hear best, but also six or seven others I didn't know were in use in this area. I'm sure more will show up with a longer listening time. I agree with the positive reviews I've seen. For me, in this location, the indoor TrainTenna works like a charm."
Ray K. - Saline, MI


One TrainTenna Blade Indoor Antenna $79.95

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TrainTenna 5/8 Wave Mobile Antenna

SPECS

Gain: 3 dBi SWR: 1.5:1 or Less Pattern: Omni-directional
Wavelength: 5/8 Elements: 1 Tuned: 160-161 MHz
Band: VHF Railroad Connector: Your Choice Cable: RG58U
Cable Length: 12 Feet Mount Type: NMO Height: 43"
Magnet Size: 3 1/2"    

FEATURES

Tuned to Rail Band: Each antenna is tuned to the VHF Rail Band from 160 to 161 MHz. Please note: These antennas will work with both the older analog, and newer digital radios.

Excellent Performance: You simply can't do better in a mono-band mobile application, than the 5/8 wave tuned antenna. This antenna can be used for both transmitting and receiving.

Quality Construction: Stainless steel tapered whip. Black matching coil with chrome trim. Gold plunger contact pin and O-ring gasket.

Mount Included: All black 3 1/2" NMO Magnet Mount with 12' of RG58U cable - Copper 95% braid and solid insulation. Brass NMO with gold contact pin and teflon insulator. (Email to possibly request other connector types.)

TESTIMONIALS

"I railfan the NS and CSX and I can now pick up CSX in my driveway!! (I live about 30 miles from Chattanooga,TN and with my old antenna I would have to be about halfway to get anything). Once again, thank you for this awesome piece of railfan equipment."
Tom H. - Soddy Daisy, TN

"I was truly amazed at how well this antenna works with my VX-170! On the flat lands of Ohio I was picking up transmissions from 30 or more miles away. The railfans with the other mag mounts didn't pick up half of what I was getting."
Rob M. - Binbrook, Ontario

"Let me tell you, WOW! What a complete difference it made with my mobile installation. I began hearing BNSF traffic from Fullerton and further south from Ontario which was something I could never receive before with my commercial-grade wide-band antennas. I even ran up through Cajon and was hearing traffic south of West Riverside and East of Loma Linda clear as a bell. I am so stoked!"
Joe P. - Ontario, CA

"I received my new mobile TrainTenna today and could not wait to give it a try.  I mounted it on the car and drove 20 miles to the nearest train tracks.  WOW.  For the first time I heard train radio traffic I had never heard before.  I was picking up both sides of the conversation which I seldom could hear with any of my other antennas.  Great antenna."
John C. - Novelty, OH

"The antenna arrived this week and I used it this weekend. It works great and looks good. I like it. Thanks for the great service."
Mike R. - Florissant, MO

"Thanks for the antenna. WOW, it's like my scanner received hearing aids! I'll save my original antenna for when I want quiet time."
Phil J. - Edmonton, Canada

"I used the antenna on my recent trip from California to Colorado and back. I was very impressed with the reception it gave me. Great product."
Don H. - Yreka, CA


One TrainTenna 5/8 Wave Mobile Antenna $69.95

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TrainTenna 5/8 Wave Mobile Antenna (No Ground Plane)

This antenna is the same as the 5/8 Wave model shown above, but it is designed to be used in situations where no metal ground plane is available. This could be on an RV, Jeep, ATV, or on any vehicle where there is no flat metal area to mount an antenna. This model includes a stainless steel mirror/permanent NMO mount with 17' of RG58 cable. (shown left). It can be mounted to any horizontal tube or bar up to 3/4", but also has four holes in the bracket, which could be used to mount it to the inside bed of a truck or other vertical surface. The only difference between this model and the standard mag-mount model, is that this one has 2.4 dBd. Other than that, it looks and performs the same. (Email to possibly request other connector types.)


One TrainTenna 5/8 Wave Mobile Antenna (No Ground Plane) $74.95

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ATCS (Advanced Train Control System) 1/2 Wave over 1/2 Wave Mobile Antenna

SPECS

Gain: 5 dBi SWR: 2.0:1 or Less Pattern: Omni-directional
Wavelength: 1/2 over 1/2 Elements: 2 Tuned: 896-937 MHz
Band: Mode-S / ADS-B Connector: Your Choice Cable: RG58U
Cable Length: 12 Feet Mount Type: NMO Height: 16"
Magnet Size: 3 1/2"    

FEATURES

Tuned for ATCS: Each antenna is designed to be used for railroad ATCS (Advanced Train Control System) reception, using an application such as ATCS Monitor, and is specifically tuned to the center of 896 to 937 MHz, to cover both frequency blocks.

Excellent Performance: 1/2 wave over 1/2 wave stacked elements gives 5 dBi of gain. This antenna can be used for both transmitting and receiving.

Quality Construction: Black copper clad stainless steel whip. Black matching coil with copper coated brass base. Gold plunger contact pin and O-ring gasket.

Mount Included: All black 3 1/2" NMO Magnet Mount with 12' of RG58U cable - Copper 95% braid and solid insulation. Brass NMO with gold contact pin and teflon insulator. (Email to possibly request other connector types.)


One ATCS 1/2 Wave over 1/2 Wave Mobile Antenna $68.95

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ATCS Vertical Outdoor Base Antenna
 

SPECS

Gain: 7 dBi SWR: 1.5:1 or Less on Center Freq Pattern: Omni-directional
Wavelength: Multiple 1/2 Tuned: 897 MHz Band: ATCS Base
Connector: N Female Cable: RG8X Cable Length: 12 Inches
Height: 57" Width: 1 1/4" Weight: 1 lb 11oz
Wind Area: 0.50 Sq Feet    

FEATURES

Ready Made: There's no assembly necessary, or extra mounting parts needed.

Tuned for ATCS Base Channel: Each antenna is designed to be used for railroad ATCS (Advanced Train Control System) reception, using an application such as ATCS Monitor, and is specifically tuned to the center of the 897 MHz base channel. This antenna can possibly be advantageous in a situation where you don't have good line of sight, while trying to use a directional antenna. An omni design can often handle reflected signals better, in a poor line of sight situation.

No Ground Plane Needed: A metal ground plane is not needed with this design.

Enclosed Elements: The actual antenna elements and feed point are sealed inside a UV resistant plastic radome. No need to worry about corrosion on the elements with this design. This design also helps control friction induced static, which can be created by wind and dust.

Weather Resistant: Having the elements and feed point sealed in the radome allows the antenna to be very resistant to weather and other environmental damage. This antenna is strong enough to withstand an ice storm, and will also do well in a shoreline environment.

Brass Elements: The inner elements are made from brass, which is a better element material than stainless steel.

Narrow Bandwidth: The bandwidth for the antenna is fairly narrow, which can help to eliminate intermod problems from adjacent strong signals in urban areas.

High Quality N Connector: Instead of the usual UHF connector that's included with most antennas, this antenna includes a 50 ohm female N connector, on the end of a small cable pigtail. N connectors are more water resistant and handle high frequencies better. Note: Due to the high frequency that these systems operate at, and the potential losses that can occur through cable, it is highly recommended that at least an RG8 size coax cable be used, for significant lengths. Need help choosing your main cable? Checkout the Coax FAQ.

Includes Mounting Hardware: Price includes mounting clamps to allow attaching the antenna to any standard 1 1/4" to 1 1/2" mounting mast.

Made in the USA

One ATCS Vertical Outdoor Base Antenna $139.95

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TrainTenna LP Base Antenna

Azimuth

3D Gain

Elevation

SPECS

Gain: 9 dBi SWR: 1.5:1 or Less Pattern: Semi-directional
F/B Ratio: 18 dB Wavelength: 1/2 Elements: 6
Tuned: 160-161 MHz Band: VHF Railroad Connector: N Female
Cable: RG8X Cable Length: 72 Inches Length: 48"
Height: 37" Weight: 4 lb 3 oz Wind Area: 0.53 Sq Feet

FEATURES

Flexible Design: Unlike Yagi designs, the LP design has more useful lobes to the sides and back. This gives the antenna a better 360 degree omni ability, with the added benefit of gain in the direction it's aimed. Why use a unity gain discone or ground plane, when you can have omni ability and directional gain as well with the LP.

Tuned to Rail Band: Each antenna is tuned to the VHF Rail Band from 160 to 161 MHz. Please note: These antennas will work with both the older analog, and newer digital radios.

Wide Bandwidth: The nature of the LP design offers a wide bandwidth. Not only is it wide in the band it was designed to operate in, but it also does pretty well in nearby bands. This will help if there's other bands you're interested in.

Solid Construction: The antenna is constructed of twin 3/4" square aluminum tube for the booms, and solid 1/4" aluminum round is used for the elements. The boom is very stiff, as are the elements. 1/4" stainless bolts and lock nuts are utilized, not flimsy dimple rivets. The entire antenna is carefully hand crafted and all aluminum is given a brushed finish.

Weather Resistant: All fasteners are stainless steel and UV resistant cable clips are used to hold the coax to the boom.

High Quality N Connector: Instead of the usual UHF connector that's included with most antennas, this antenna includes a 50 ohm female N connector. N connectors are more water resistant and handle high frequencies better. Need help choosing your main cable? Checkout the Coax FAQ

Horizontal Mount: A horizontal mast piece consisting of aluminum plate is included with the antenna. This acts as a stand-off and allows the the antenna to be positioned away from your mast in free space and vertical polarization.

Electrically Isolated: The antenna is electrically isolated from the horizontal and verticals masts.

Mounting Hardware: The necessary hardware for attaching the antenna to any standard 1 1/4" to 1 1/2" steel mast is also included. Just prepare your mast and you're all set to go.

Only Partial Assembly Required: The boom is completely assembled, along with the feeder cable and mount. The only things that need to be done yourself are attaching the elements, and putting up a mast.

Made in the USA

AUDIO SAMPLES

Click for TrainTenna LP Audio Test File #1: A comparison between a standard 1/4 wave whip tuned to the VHF railroad band on a good metal ground-plane, and the TrainTenna LP. The recording consists of a DS on 160.515. First you will hear what the signals sound like coming through the 1/4 wave vertical. You'll have to listen very carefully because there is just barely a hint of the transmissions, even with the squelch off. After you hear the tone, you'll hear the same DS transmitter, as received by the TrainTenna LP. The antennas were connected to the same radio, next to each other during the test, and both samples were taken at the same time period.

Click for TrainTenna LP Audio Test File #2: This audio comparison was conducted the same way as the one above. The transmissions on this recording are from a car department repeater for a distant yard, on 160.395. Once again, you will have to listen very carefully to hear the transmissions first on the 1/4 wave vertical, because they are very low, even with squelch off. You can make out the packet bursts when they un-key their radios. Then after the tone, you'll hear the same transmissions as received through the TrainTenna LP.

TESTIMONIALS

"Here are my current observations and remarks on the LP operation thus far... What I have heard though is very encouraging... A. The antenna seems to hear just as well to the north (up the valley) as the Omni ever did, if not a bit better. We're still hearing trains well north of Bakersfield and some of the more distant dispatcher transmitters farther up the valley... B. The antenna is consistently hearing trains on the Hill (Marcel, Cable, and other locations like Cliff and Bealville) and with good signal strengths... C. Most importantly, I can tell from the short squelch tail that the receiver has a lot stronger signals to work with. (Maxtrac's like most Moto Radios have a variable squelch tail depending on signal strength - The shorter the squelch burst means the stronger the signal). It is a good indicator of how strong (or weak) a signal is, if the astute ear notices these things... D. The 307.7 detector is now consistently full quieting. This is a detector that is on the flats and must be at least 5 miles away, and it's off the side of the beam. Detector 318.8 which is now more hearable, all the time, is at least 17 miles away. All in all, I can only hear positives, no negatives to this antenna in this particular application."
Jim Groenke - RF Engineer and owner of http://railroadradio.net/ , commenting on the TrainTenna LP being used for the Tehachapi Radio Stream.

"I'm using your TrainTenna LP on my stream for Hamlet, NC. I wanted to let you guys know that your antenna kicks a&$! Thanks"
Garrett R. - Pinehurst, NC


One TrainTenna LP Base Antenna $179.95

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Future Railroad Band Plan as of 2012

This plan was released in 2012 and is probably subject to change over the next few years. The first White column shows the original RR channel plan. The second Gray column shows the 12.5 kHz channel plan mandated by 2013. The third Red column shows the 6.25 kHz channel plan that will eventually happen. The "Assignments" column shows how channels would be organized, including blocks of channels that could be grouped by area, trunking system, or in other ways. The last column to the right indicates a 'C' if it would be dedicated to Canadian use near the border, or an 'A' if it would be dedicated to US use near the border. The color codes match the trunked channel blocks.

Original 25 kHz
Plan (Now)
12.5 kHz
Plan (2013)
6.25 kHz
Plan (20??)
New Plan Assignments
CH #
(MHz)
CH #
(MHz)
CH #
(MHz)
02
159.810
None
None
None
None
(Canada Only) Not Included in New Plan
C
03
159.930
None
None
None
None
(Canada Only) Not Included in New Plan
C
04
160.050
None
None
None
None
(Canada Only) Not Included in New Plan
C
   
104
160.1775
302
160.1775
(Canada Only) Simplex
C
05
160.185
005
160.185
303
160.185
(Canada Only) Simplex
C
   
105
160.1925
304
160.1925
(Canada Only) Simplex
C
06
160.200
006
160.200
305
160.200
(Canada Only) Simplex
C
   
106
160.2075
306
160.2075
(Canada Only) Simplex
C
07
160.215
007
160.215
307
160.215
Base TX / Mobile RX
C
   
107
160.2225
308
160.2225
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 1)
C
08
160.230
008
160.230
309
160.230
Base TX / Mobile RX
A
   
108
160.2375
310
160.2375
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 2)
A
09
160.245
009
160.245
311
160.245
Base TX / Mobile RX
C
   
109
160.2525
312
160.2525
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 3)
C
10
160.260
010
160.260
313
160.260
Base TX / Mobile RX
A
   
110
160.2675
314
160.2675
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 4)
A
11
160.275
011
160.275
315
160.275
Base TX / Mobile RX
C
   
111
160.2825
316
160.2825
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 5)
C
12
160.290
012
160.290
317
160.290
Base TX / Mobile RX
A
   
112
160.2975
318
160.2975
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 6)
A
13
160.305
013
160.305
319
160.305
Base TX / Mobile RX
C
   
113
160.3125
320
160.3125
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 1)
C
14
160.320
014
160.320
321
160.320
Base TX / Mobile RX
A
   
114
160.3275
322
160.3275
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 2)
A
15
160.335
015
160.335
323
160.335
Base TX / Mobile RX
C
   
115
160.3425
324
160.3425
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 3)
C
16
160.350
016
160.350
325
160.350
Base TX / Mobile RX
A
   
116
160.3575
326
160.3575
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 4)
A
17
160.365
017
160.365
327
160.365
Base TX / Mobile RX
C
   
117
160.3725
328
160.3725
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 5)
C
18
160.380
018
160.380
329
160.380
Base TX / Mobile RX
A
   
118
160.3875
330
160.3875
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 6)
A
19
160.395
019
160.395
331
160.395
Base TX / Mobile RX
C
   
119
160.4025
332
160.4025
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 1)
C
20
160.410
020
160.410
333
160.410
Base TX / Mobile RX
A
   
120
160.4175
334
160.4175
Base Transmit (Trunked P) (Police)
A
21
160.425
021
160.425
335
160.425
Base TX / Mobile RX
C
   
121
160.4325
336
160.4325
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 3)
C
22
160.440
022
160.440
337
160.440
Base TX / Mobile RX
A
   
122
160.4475
338
160.4475
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 4)
A
23
160.455
023
160.455
339
160.455
Base Transmit (Trunked P) (Police)
C
   
123
160.4625
340
160.4625
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 5)
C
24
160.470
024
160.470
341
160.470
Base TX / Mobile RX
A
   
124
160.4775
342
160.4775
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 6)
A
25
160.485
025
160.485
343
160.485
Base TX / Mobile RX
C
   
125
160.4925
344
160.4925
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 1)
C
26
160.500
026
160.500
345
160.500
Base TX / Mobile RX
A
   
126
160.5075
346
160.5075
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 2)
A
27
160.515
027
160.515
347
160.515
Base TX / Mobile RX
C
   
127
160.5225
348
160.5225
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 3)
C
28
160.530
028
160.530
349
160.530
Base TX / Mobile RX
A
   
128
160.5375
350
160.5375
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 4)
A
29
160.545
029
160.545
351
160.545
Base TX / Mobile RX
C
   
129
160.5525
352
160.5525
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 5)
C
30
160.560
030
160.560
353
160.560
Base TX / Mobile RX
A
   
130
160.5675
354
160.5675
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 6)
A
31
160.575
031
160.575
355
160.575
Base TX / Mobile RX
C
   
131
160.5825
356
160.5825
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 1)
C
32
160.590
032
160.590
357
160.590
Base TX / Mobile RX
A
   
132
160.5975
358
160.5975
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 2)
A
33
160.605
033
160.605
359
160.605
Base TX / Mobile RX
C
   
133
160.6125
360
160.6125
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 3)
C
34
160.620
034
160.620
361
160.620
Base TX / Mobile RX
A
   
134
160.6275
362
160.6275
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 4)
A
35
160.635
035
160.635
363
160.635
Base TX / Mobile RX
C
   
135
160.6425
364
160.6425
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 5)
C
36
160.650
036
160.650
365
160.650
Base TX / Mobile RX
A
   
136
160.6575
366
160.6575
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 6)
A
37
160.665
037
160.665
367
160.665
Base TX / Mobile RX
C
   
137
160.6725
368
160.6725
Base Transmit (Trunked P) (Police)
C
38
160.680
038
160.680
369
160.680
Base TX / Mobile RX
A
   
138
160.6875
370
160.6875
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 2)
A
39
160.695
039
160.695
371
160.695
Base TX / Mobile RX
C
   
139
160.7025
372
160.7025
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 3)
C
40
160.710
040
160.710
373
160.710
Base TX / Mobile RX
A
   
140
160.7175
374
160.7175
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 4)
A
41
160.725
041
160.725
375
160.725
Base TX / Mobile RX
C
   
141
160.7325
376
160.7325
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 5)
C
42
160.740
042
160.740
377
160.740
Base TX / Mobile RX
A
   
142
160.7475
378
160.7475
Base Transmit (Trunked Group 6)
A
43
160.755
043
160.755
379
160.755
Simplex
A
   
143
160.7625
380
160.7625
Simplex
A
44
160.770
044
160.770
381
160.770
Simplex
A
   
144
160.7775
382
160.7775
Simplex
C
45
160.785
045
160.785
383
160.785
Simplex
C
   
145
160.7925
384
160.7925
Simplex
C
46
160.800
046
160.800
385
160.800
Simplex
C
   
146
160.8075
386
160.8075
Simplex
C
47
160.815
047
160.815
387
160.815
Simplex
A
   
147
160.8225
388
160.8225
Simplex
A
48
160.830
048
160.830
389
160.830
Simplex
A
   
148
160.8375
390
160.8375
Simplex
A
49
160.845
049
160.845
391
160.845
Simplex
A
   
149
160.8525
392
160.8525
Simplex
C
50
160.860
050
160.860
393
160.860
Simplex
C
   
150
160.8675
394
160.8675
Simplex
C
51
160.875
051
160.875
395
160.875
Simplex
C
   
151
160.8825
396
160.8825
Simplex
C
52
160.890
052
160.890
397
160.890
Simplex
A
   
152
160.8975
398
160.8975
Simplex
A
53
160.905
053
160.905
399
160.905
Simplex
A
   
153
160.9125
400
160.9125
Simplex
A
54
160.920
054
160.920
401
160.920
Simplex
A
   
154
160.9275
402
160.9275
Simplex
C
55
160.935
055
160.935
403
160.935
Simplex
C
   
155
160.9425
404
160.9425
Simplex
C
56
160.950
056
160.950
405
160.950
Simplex
C
   
156
160.9575
406
160.9575
Simplex
C
57
160.965
057
160.965
407
160.965
Simplex
A
   
157
160.9725
408
160.9725
Simplex
A
58
160.980
058
160.980
409
160.980
Simplex
A
   
158
160.9875
410
160.9875
Simplex
A
59
160.995
059
160.995
411
160.995
Simplex
A
   
159
161.0025
412
161.0025
Simplex
C
60
161.010
060
161.010
413
161.010
Simplex
C
   
160
161.0175
414
161.0175
Simplex
C
61
161.025
061
161.025
415
161.025
Mobile TX / Base RX
C
   
161
161.0325
416
161.0325
Base Receive (Trunked Group 1)
C
62
161.040
062
161.040
417
161.040
Mobile TX / Base RX
A
   
162
161.0475
418
161.0475
Base Receive (Trunked Group 2)
A
63
161.055
063
161.055
419
161.055
Mobile TX / Base RX
C
   
163
161.0625
420
161.0625
Base Receive (Trunked Group 3)
C
64
161.070
064
161.070
421
161.070
Mobile TX / Base RX
A
   
164
161.0775
422
161.0775
Base Receive (Trunked Group 4)
A
65
161.085
065
161.085
423
161.085
Mobile TX / Base RX
C
   
165
161.0925
424
161.0925
Base Receive (Trunked Group 5)
C
66
161.100
066
161.100
425
161.100
Mobile TX / Base RX
A
   
166
161.1075
426
161.1075
Base Receive (Trunked Group 6)
A
67
161.115
067
161.115
427
161.115
Mobile TX / Base RX
C
   
167
161.1225
428
161.1225
Base Receive (Trunked Group 1)
C
68
161.130
068
161.130
429
161.130
Mobile TX / Base RX
A
   
168
161.1375
430
161.1375
Base Receive (Trunked Group 2)
A
69
161.145
069
161.145
431
161.145
Mobile TX / Base RX
C
   
169
161.1525
432
161.1525
Base Receive (Trunked Group 3)
C
70
161.160
070
161.160
433
161.160
Mobile TX / Base RX
A
   
170
161.1675
434
161.1675
Base Receive (Trunked Group 4)
A
71
161.175
071
161.175
435
161.175
Mobile TX / Base RX
C
   
171
161.1825
436
161.1825
Base Receive (Trunked Group 5)
C
72
161.190
072
161.190
437
161.190
Mobile TX / Base RX
A
   
172
161.1975
438
161.1975
Base Receive (Trunked Group 6)
A
73
161.205
073
161.205
439
161.205
Base Receive (Trunked P) (Police)
C
   
173
161.2125
440
161.2125
Base Receive (Trunked Group 1)
C
74
161.220
074
161.220
441
161.220
Mobile TX / Base RX
A
   
174
161.2275
442
161.2275
Base Receive (Trunked P) (Police)
A
75
161.235
075
161.235
443
161.235
Mobile TX / Base RX
C
   
175
161.2425
444
161.2425
Base Receive (Trunked Group 3)
C
76
161.250
076
161.250
445
161.250
Mobile TX / Base RX
A
   
176
161.2575
446
161.2575
Base Receive (Trunked Group 4)
A
77
161.265
077
161.265
447
161.265
Mobile TX / Base RX
C
   
177
161.2725
448
161.2725
Base Receive (Trunked Group 5)
C
78
161.280
078
161.280
449
161.280
Mobile TX / Base RX
A
   
178
161.2875
450
161.2875
Base Receive (Trunked Group 6)
A
79
161.295
079
161.295
451
161.295
Mobile TX / Base RX
C
   
179
161.3025
452
161.3025
Base Receive (Trunked Group 1)
C
80
161.310
080
161.310
453
161.310
Mobile TX / Base RX
A
   
180
161.3175
454
161.3175
Base Receive (Trunked Group 2)
A
81
161.325
081
161.325
455
161.325
Mobile TX / Base RX
C
   
181
161.3325
456
161.3325
Base Receive (Trunked Group 3)
C
82
161.340
082
161.340
457
161.340
Mobile TX / Base RX
A
   
182
161.3475
458
161.3475
Base Receive (Trunked Group 4)
A
83
161.355
083
161.355
459
161.355
Mobile TX / Base RX
C
   
183
161.3625
460
161.3625
Base Receive (Trunked Group 5)
C
84
161.370
084
161.370
461
161.370
Mobile TX / Base RX
A
   
184
161.3775
462
161.3775
Base Receive (Trunked Group 6)
A
85
161.385
085
161.385
463
161.385
Mobile TX / Base RX
C
   
185
161.3925
464
161.3925
Base Receive (Trunked Group 1)
C
86
161.400
086
161.400
465
161.400
Mobile TX / Base RX
A
   
186
161.4075
466
161.4075
Base Receive (Trunked Group 2)
A
87
161.415
087
161.415
467
161.415
Mobile TX / Base RX
C
   
187
161.4225
468
161.4225
Base Receive (Trunked Group 3)
C
88
161.430
088
161.430
469
161.430
Mobile TX / Base RX
A
   
188
161.4375
470
161.4375
Base Receive (Trunked Group 4)
A
89
161.445
089
161.445
471
161.445
Mobile TX / Base RX
C
   
189
161.4525
472
161.4525
Base Receive (Trunked Group 5)
C
90
161.460
090
161.460
473
161.460
Mobile TX / Base RX
A
   
190
161.4675
474
161.4675
Base Receive (Trunked Group 6)
A
91
161.475
091
161.475
475
161.475
Mobile TX / Base RX
C
   
191
161.4825
476
161.4825
Base Receive (Trunked P) (Police)
C
92
161.490
092
161.490
477
161.490
Mobile TX / Base RX
A
   
192
161.4975
478
161.4975
Base Receive (Trunked Group 2)
A
93
161.505
093
161.505
479
161.505
Mobile TX / Base RX
C
   
193
161.5125
480
161.5125
Base Receive (Trunked Group 3)
C
94
161.520
094
161.520
481
161.520
Mobile TX / Base RX
A
   
194
161.5275
482
161.5275
Base Receive (Trunked Group 4)
A
95
161.535
095
161.535
483
161.535
Mobile TX / Base RX
C
   
195
161.5425
484
161.5425
Base Receive (Trunked Group 5)
C
96
161.550
096
161.550
485
161.550
Mobile TX / Base RX
A
   
196
161.5575
486
161.5575
Base Receive (Trunked Group 6)
A
97
161.565
097
161.565
487
161.565
Mobile TX / Base RX
C
   
197
161.5725
488
161.5725
(Canada Only)
C

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