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If You Know This Frequency or PL Code or can suggest a New or Interesting Frequency....

     Please email us at  and
     include as much of the following information
     as possible
(if known):
  1. Channel Frequency or Frequencies
    (Main channel frequency and input frequency if repeaterized)
  2. PL/CTCSS, DPL/DCS or Trunk Codes
    (Explanation below on common codes if you're not sure)
  3. Wide/Narrow Band
  4. Description/Channel Use
    (any information regarding operations)
  5. City, State & County
    (VERY important - some states have same county/city names)
  6. Channel Type
    (Repeater, Simplex, Digital or Trunked)

        Any additional Frequencies/PLs - All Info Welcome

Note: PC Programmable Scanner (BC780) or Two-Way Radio files are very useful and can be easily emailed. You can also send data via Excel, Access, Word and Text formats.

For best Frequency List viewing have
Times New Roman Condensed
and Courier in your font file

FCC Database Search
(Fnd a frequency directly from the FCC)

This list is built  from user submissions. Any help appreciated.  Thanks!  

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Scanner PL/CTCSS  or DPL/DCS Explanation:

PL = Private Line
CTCSS = Continues Tone Coded Squelch System
DPL = Digital Private Line
DCS = Digital Coded Squelch
PL / CTCSS  or  DPL / DCS refers to the several different types of sub-audible codes that can be transmitted on a channel frequency by a group of radios using that frequency. A sub-audible code is a very low audio signal between 50-300 Hz (transmitted at a very low level/below hearing range) that your receiver system filters out and decodes to allow your radio/scanner to listen only to the station transmitting the code and to block out all others on that frequency. It does this by automatically controlling your radio's squelch system. This is very useful if you only want to hear your local Police or Fire department since channel frequencies are always shared in different counties or states. Example: Everett, MA Fire = 154.310 MHz   PL 186.2, Brockton, MA Fire = 154.310 MHz   PL 94.8.
   A good example of how this system helps stop confusion and improves safety is when one department makes a call and another department on the same channel frequency 25 miles away doesn't accidentally respond or have its operations interfered with. Not all radio systems use these codes, especially countywide or statewide fire or police networks, since they want every radio monitoring or transmitting to be able to communicate with every other radio in the network. For more information on the basics of how radio systems work go to  Radio Selection Help Page

CTCSS / PL Tone Signaling Table

DCS / DPL Tone Signaling Table

All 38 TIA/EIA standard tone frequencies
and 11 non-standard tones *

All 104 TIA / EIA tone frequencies 

  67.0 Hz
  69.3 Hz*
  71.9 Hz
  74.4 Hz
  77.0 Hz
  79.7 Hz
  82.5 Hz
  85.4 Hz
  88.5 Hz
  91.5 Hz
  94.8 Hz
  97.4 Hz
 100.0 Hz
 103.5 Hz
 107.2 Hz
 110.9 Hz
 114.8 Hz
 118.8 Hz
 123.0 Hz
 127.3 Hz
 131.8 Hz
 136.5 Hz
 141.3 Hz
 146.2 Hz
 151.4 Hz

 156.7 Hz
 159.8 Hz*
 162.2 Hz
 167.9 Hz
 171.3 Hz*
 173.8 Hz
 177.3 Hz*
 179.9 Hz
 183.5 Hz*
 186.2 Hz
 189.9 Hz*
 192.8 Hz
 196.6 Hz*
 199.5 Hz*
 203.5 Hz
 206.5 Hz*
 210.7 Hz
 218.1 Hz
 225.7 Hz
 229.1 Hz*
 233.6 Hz
 241.8 Hz
 250.3 Hz
 254.1 Hz*

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