Local Scanner Frequencies

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FIRE DEPARTMENTS (PULASKI COUNTY):

**NOTE All Pulaski County Fire Departments use 154.160 as Dispatch Freqency,

EXCEPT Ft Leonard Wood FD**

Waynesville Rural 154.160, 154.370

St. Robert FD 154.160, 154.250

Crocker Rural 154.190

Dixon Rural 154.250

Hazelgreen Rural 154,160, 154.310

Ft.Leonard Wood FD 173.8125-Primary , 174.9720-Repeater , 173.9625-Fireground

Tri-County 153.755

All FD's Use 154.250, 154.280 Fire Mutual Aid

FIRE DEPARTMENTS:

Rolla 154.415, 154.325, 460.575

Rolla Rural 153.830

Cuba 154.235

Newburg 154.415

Lebanon 154.100, 154.145

Lebanon Rural 154.355, 153.950, 154.205

Roby 154.235

Eldon 154.220

Houston Rural 154.430, 154.830,

St. James 154.205, 154.415

Brumley 151.010, 153.830, 154.220, 156.060

Lake Ozark 153.830, 153.980, 154.220, 154.415

Moreau 154.145, 159.045

St.Elizabeth Rural 154.265

Tuscumbia Rural 154.340

Bennett Spgs. 151.085, 154.355

Conway 154.265, 154.355

Sleeper 154.295

Coffman Bend 151.100, 154.235, 154.385

Macks Creek 153.830, 154.445, 154.910

Mid County 153.830, 154.130, 154.220

Northwest 153.890, 154.370, 154.385

Sunrise Beach 154.010, 154.220, 154.310

Stoutland 154.160

Camdenton 154.220

Camden Rural 154.220, 154.130, 154.310, 154.070

Climax Springs 154.385, 154.370

Osage Beach 154.415

Raymondville 154.010

Cabool 154.070

Tyrone Rural 154.310

Hudgins 154.340

Belle 154.010

Vichy 154.415

Horseshoe Bend 154.120

Lake Road 154.250

Springfield 458.250, 458.600, 458.950, 458.625

Branson 154.413, 453.650, 453.750, 458.650, 458.750, 460.575, 465.575

460.600- St. Joseph Fire Repeater

154.055- Savannah

154.130- K.C. Fire Dept. (Primary)

453.900- Lee Summit

154.310- Indenpendence

154.340- S. Platte Fire Prot. Dist.

154.190- S. Platte Fire Prot. Dist.

154.385- Levenworth

ALL FD'S Use Mutual Aid Freq.s 154.250, 154.280

St. Louis City

154.130 Mhz Fire Alarm

154.010 Mhz Truck to Truck

153.830 Mhz Command A

155.325 Mhz Command B

154.265 Mhz Command C

154.295 Mhz Command D

153.950 Mhz Command E (Lambert Airport FD Ops.)

County Wide Fireground (Command Channel):

153.830 Mhz

North-Central County

154.325 Mhz Dispatch

154.400 Mhz Truck-to-Truck

460.600 Mhz House-to-House

 

Central County

154.220 Mhz Dispatch

151.460 Mhz Truck-to-Truck

155.280 Mhz Departments dispatched in Franklin County

South County

154.160 Mhz Dispatch

153.890 Mhz Truck-to-Truck

 

Jefferson County

154.310 Mhz Dispatch

160.095 Mhz Truck to Truck

155.355 Mhz EMS

155.115 Mhz Administration

 

Franklin County

154.430 Mhz Dispatch

155.280 Mhz Dispatch

 

St. Charles County

154.445 Mhz Dispatch

154.250 Mhz Truck-to-Truck

154.430 Mhz Dispatch/Fireground

Note: St. Charles City FD on 800mhz trunked.

 

Municipal Departments

155.820 Mhz Brentwood Fire Dispatch

155.430 Mhz Des Peres Fire Dispatch

154.400 Mhz Ferguson Fire Dispatch

155.100 Mhz Frontenac Fire Dispatch

154.370 Mhz Glendale Fire Dispatch

154.400 Mhz Hazelwood Fire Dispatch

154.370 Mhz Kirkwood Fire Dispatch

159.180 Mhz Ladue Fire Dispatch

158.940 Mhz Olivette Fire Dispatch

151.055 Mhz Richmond Heights Fire Dispatch

153.860 Mhz Shrewsbury Fire Dispatch

154.370 Mhz University City Fire Dispatch

153.860 Mhz Webster Groves Fire Dispatch

AMBULANCE (PULASKI COUNTY):

Pulaski County Ambulance Dist. 155.265

Dixon Ambulance Dist. 155.955

Ft.Wood Ambulance 173.410

All Ambulances Use HEAR Freq. 155.340

AMBULANCE:

Phelps County 155.175

Lebanon 154.515

Breech 155.160

Miller 153.920, 155.895

St. John's 155.160

Maries Osage 155.805

CamMO Amb. 155.040

Camdenton 155.220

Morgan Co Rescue 154.175

Lake of the Ozarks 157.620

UoM Helicopter 153.965, 154.965

UoM Med Center 155.265

Boone 155.265

All Ambulances Use HEAR Freq. 155.340

FORT LEONARD WOOD:

Hospital 173.100

Harbert-Yeargin Inc. 462.025, 467.025

DPW Ft. Wood 165.0875

Cannon Range 163.4625

Range Control 148.025

TMP 163.5625

EOD 49.700, 49.800

FAA 165.6875, 162.300

Forney AAF 121.50, 243.00-EMERGENCY, 173.4875(MAIT.Ground), 125.400, 241.00, 110.00, 229.40-Tower, 118.70, 237.50-ATIS, 321.60-RDR

Forestry 168.5625, 168.725

CIVIL DEFENSE:

Pulaski County 153.875

Rolla 154.995

LOCAL GOVERNMENT (PULASKI COUNTY):

Pulaski County 173.2375, 453.725, 458.725

St.Robert 155.925, 153.860

Dixon 153.800

Richland 155.865

 

POLICE DEPARTMENTS (PULASKI COUNTY) :

Waynesville PD 154.085,154.950

St. Robert PD 158.820,153.860, 155.925

Richland 155.865

Crocker PD 158.790,155.815(Pulaski Co.)

Pulaski Sheriff 154.815

Ft. Wood 165.060-Tac-1, 165.188-Tac-2,165.1538-EOC,163.540-Tac-3

All PD's Use Mutual Aid 155.475(National Law Enforcement Mutual Aid), 155.370(Point to Point),155.730(Sheriff's Net)

POLICE DEPARTMENTS:

Rolla 155.250, 155.310, 156.150

UMR 155.535, 155.775

Belle 155.550

Lebanon 155.580, 154.710,156.090

Salem 155.685

Licking 155.880

Newburg 155.760

Eldon 155.520

Houston 155.835

Mack's Creek 155.625

Cabool 155.655

Iberia 155.490

Camdenton 155.115

Lake Ozark 158.730

Springfield 154.860, 154.890, 154.490, 458.800, 458.850, 460.020, 460.100, 460.225, 465.400, 465.500, 465.025, 465.100, 465.225

Branson 155.670, 155.790, 460.175, 460.300, 460.4175, 460.475, 465.300, 465.475

Marshfield 155.520

Seymore 155.190

Nixa 155.950

Republic 154.735, 155.010

All PD's Use Mutual Aid Freq.s 155.475, 155.370, 155.730

COUNTY SHERIFF'S:

Phelps 156.150

Texas 154.725, 154.785, 156.150, 158.910

Camden 155.565

Laclede 155.415

Miller 155.010, 155.850, 159.105

Maries 155.550, 156.150, 159.090

Cole 155.580, 155.970, 159.030

Crawford 154.800, 155.415, 158.910

Morgan 153.815, 155.055, 155.640

Greene 856.212-B, 811.212-M, 155.145

All County Sheriff's Use Mutual Aid Freq.s 155.475,155.370, 155.730

MISSOURI STATE HIGHWAY PATROL:(State Wide)

42.02 Air

42.06 Car to Car

42.12 Car to Car

42.22 Disp.

42.32 Disp.

42.38 Unit to Unit

42.58 Unit to Unit

42.78

44.86

45.06

154.905 Extender

154.920 DCC

154.935 SERT

154.655 SERT

154.695 DCC

155.505

155.535

158.970

456.175

456.200

456.225

456.275

456.425

456.475

456.525

456.575

456.625

456.650

456.750

458.7875

458.8875

460.1875

460.2375

460.250

460.350

460.3875

460.425

460.475

465.1625

465.1875

465.2375

465.350

465.3875

MSP Unit Numbering System:

0-999- State Patrol Officer's Badge#

1000- Commericial Motor Vehicle Insp.

1100- Radio Tech's

1200- Water Patrol

1300- Federal Government Agencies

1400- Fire Marshals/State Lottery Board

 

 

 

DIVISION OF FIRE SAFETY (STATE FIRE MARSHAL):

154.280(Statewide Mutual Aid) 154.265(Regional Mutual Aid) 154.295(Regional Mutual Aid)

DIVISION OF WATER SAFETY(WATER PATROL):

155.595 155.895 151.430 159.180 460.030

DIVISION OF LIQUOR CONTROL:

154.830 154.770 (Primary) 458.7878 (Low power) 458.8875(Low Power)

Liquor Control Uses All Mutual Aid Frequencies

 

STATE EMERGENCY MANAGMENT AGENCY:

 

SEMA maintains and operates a communications center in the SEOC. This facility provides daily communications for SEMA, and emergency communications for the Governor's Office, Missouri National Guard armories and other state agencies as required.

 

 

Communications Capabilities:

FEMA NATIONAL RADIO SYSTEM (FNARS) - 1 KW High Frequency Single Sideband (HF/SSB) radio capable of voice and data transmissions between state EOC's, FEMA Regions and FEMA National.

FEMA E-MAIL (CC-Mail) - E-Mail Messaging system on dial-up common user telephone lines provides near real time messaging to FEMA regions, other state EOC's and FEMA National.

NATIONAL WARNING SYSTEM (NAWAS) - Wire line voice circuit originating at the National Warning Center which connects the Alternate Warning Center, FEMA regional operating centers, key federal facilities (Military Command Posts, National Weather Service Offices, Earthquake Information Center, etc.). There are 62 local extensions in Missouri. The State EOC is the alternate State Warning Point. Missouri Highway Patrol Troop F is the State Primary Warning Point.

CORPS OF ENGINEERS (COE) - High frequency single sideband voice communications to district office, division offices, project offices, harbor facilities and emergency field units.

STATE EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS USING RADIO EFFECTIVELY (OPERATION SECURE)- High frequency single sideband voice and teletype network licensed for emergency communications within the state and with adjoining states. Twenty-five stations are presently licensed within the state for fixed station, transportable and mobile operation . Station call sign for the State EOC is WNBE830. The systems is normally tested each Wednesday morning at 0930 hrs on 5.140 MHz USB. Licensed operating frequencies are:

2.326 MHz USB

2.411 MHz USB

2.414 MHz USB

2.419 MHz USB

2.439 MHz USB

2.463 MHz USB

5.140 MHz USB (Primary)

7.477 MHz USB

7.802 MHz USB (Day only)

7.805 MHz USB (Interstate only)

7.935 MHz USB (Day only)

STATE HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT - Wire line remote control console access to State Highway Department statewide repeater network.

MISSOURI UNIFORM LAW ENFORCEMENT SYSTEM (MULES) - Wide area computer network connecting most county sheriffs offices, city police offices, university campus police offices and the news media.

HIGHWAY PATROL RADIO - Wire line remote access to the Missouri State Highway Patrol's statewide VHF low band network.

AMATEUR RADIO - High Frequency single sideband voice Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) station operating primarily on 3993.5 kHz and 7293.5 KHz. RACES call sign WC0AAG.

Amateur packet operating on 145.01 MHz and 145.09 MHz with BBS service capabilities. Amateur call sign N0QOI-1 and alias of SEOC. Amateur 2 meter and 70 cm voice capabilities as needed. Amateur television (ATV) - transportable or airborne transmit capability for rapid damage assessment/overhead direction and control.

VHF HIGH BAND - Limited Mobil VHF high band capability through a base station located in Jefferson City and repeaters in Portland and Rock Port. The Jefferson City base station is a four channel unit operating on SEMA's mobile frequency of 154.055 MHz, law enforcement mutual aid, sheriffs net, and Sheriffs point-to-point 155.985 input and 154.055 output with a sub-audible tone on 151.4 Hz on the input only. SEMA call sign is KCS-531. Frequencies are licensed for state-wide use.

VHF LOW BAND - Four VHF low band channels licensed state-wide with four channel base stations installed in Jefferson City, Rolla, Fort Leonard Wood, Waynsville, Lebanon and Houston. 45.12 MHz is used primarily for agency Mobile communic ations and limited point-to-point as required. 45.16 MHz is dedicated to point-to-point communications between existing base stations in Jefferson City, Fort Leonard Wood and the counties surrounding Fort Leonard Wood 45.20 and 45.24 MHz are available in State Highway Patrol vehicles. System call sign is KJF-874

MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS CENTER - SEMA maintains and operates a Mobile communications and command center vehicle. The vehicle contains several radio systems including a VHF high band repeater with telephone interconnect operating on 155.985 MHz input and 154.055 output and sub-audible tone of 151.4 Hz. Systems include connectivity to State Highway and Transportation system, Department of Conservation, State Water Patrol, Law Enforcement mutual aid, State Sheriffs net. The vehicle can be quickly configured to accommodate additional systems including amateur RACES and HF single sideband systems. A sixty foot telescoping antenna tower and seven kilowatt generator is included in the deployable package. The Mobile unit is maintained on a standby basis for dispatch to any disaster site in Missouri.

AUTOVON - Access to worldwide military telephone system through Missouri National Guard provided circuits.

CALLAWAY NUCLEAR POWER PLANT WARNING SYSTEM - Dedicated telephone ringdown net between Callaway Nuclear Power Plant, State EOC, Highway Patrol Troop F, and surround county emergency management agencies.

COOPER NUCLEAR POWER PLANT WARNING SYSTEM - Dedicated telephone ringdown net between Cooper Nuclear Station, State EOC, Highway Patrol Troop F and Nebraska Highway Patrol.

EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM (EAS) STATE ENTRY POINT - UHF remote broadcast capability from State EOC provides state level entrance into the Missouri Alert System for dissemination of statewide warnings and essential public.

TRANSPORTABLE SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS PACKAGE - Brief case size satellite communications package provides single line dial telephone service from any location in North America.

FARM BUREAU E-MAIL - Satellite relayed two way messaging capability from each Farm Bureau county office to the State Emergency Operations Center

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION:

 

151.160 151.370 151.190(ENFORCEMENT) 151.325 151.400(FIRE) 151.265 151.355 151.415 168.125

 

 

MARK TWAIN NATIONAL FORREST:

168.050 168.125 168.675 168.725 168.075 168.100 168.125 168.150 172.250 171.625 172.475 173.7625

MoDOT:

151.130 151.040 151.070 151.385 151.100

DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES:

151.310 153.875

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS:

155.670(Statewide) 155.040(Statewide) 453.450(Booneville)

156.000(Cedar City) 155.085(Farmington) 154.995(Fulton)

158.760(Ozark Prison) 155.985(Pacific) 155.055(Sears Youth Center, Poplar Bluff) 453.375(Southeast Missouri Mental Health Center) 155.025(W.Correction Center, Cameron)

 

NATIONAL GUARD:

Mobiles: 46.70 F-1, 46.80 F-2, 46.90 F-3, 49.80

Packsets: 46.80 , 46.70

Other Channels: 45.12 Jeff City, 41.95, 41.65

 

 

MISSOURI STATE FAIR:

 

Events 466.2375

CivilianSecurity/Wreckers 151.925

Adminstration Portables 156.000

Suppiles 151.835

Speedway Assn. 151.685

Restrooms 151.625

Fair FD 154.280

Sedalia PD Dispatch 154.785

Sedalia PD Car to Car 154.950

Sedalia PD Aux. 154.100

Sedalia FD 154.445

Sedalia Public Works 155.040

State Water Partol 155.595

State patrol (Fairgrounds)42.120

State Patrol (Traffic) 42.380

State Patrol 42.060

State Patrol Car to Car 42.020

State Patrol (Extender) 154.905

State Patrol (Portables) 154.665

State Patrol (Portables) 154.935

Pettis County Sheriff 155.835

Pettis Co. Ambulance 154.310

Mutual Aid 155.475

Sheriff's Net 155.730

Lifeguard Ambulance 461.500

 

Radio Stations

Ava KKOZ AM-FM 1400/92.1

Bethany KAAN AM-FM 870/95.5

Boonville KWRT-AM 1370

Branson KOMC AM-FM 1220/100.1

Buffalo KBFL-FM 99.9

Cameron KMRN-AM 1360

Cape Girardeau KZIM-AM 960

Carthage KDMO-AM 1490

Caruthersville KCRV-AM 1370

Chillicothe KCHI AM-FM 1010/103.9

Clinton KDKD-FM 95.3

Columbia KFRU-AM 1400

Doniphan KOEA-FM 97.5

Farmington KREI-AM 800

Festus KJFF-AM 1400

Fulton KFAL-AM 900

Jefferson City KWOS-AM 950

Kansas City KMBZ-AM 980

Kennett KBOA-FM 105.5

Kirksville KIRX-AM 1450

Louisiana KJFM-FM 102.1

Marshall KMMO AM-FM 1300/102.9

Maryville KNIM AM-FM 1580/97.1

Memphis KMEM-FM 100.5

Mexico KXEO-AM 1340

Moberly KWIX-AM 1230

Monett KRMO-AM 990

Mountain Grove KELE-FM 92.5

Neosho KBTN-AM 1420

Nevada KNEM-KNMO 1240/97.7

Osage Beach KRMS-AM 1150

Piedmont KPWB-FM 104.9

Poplar Bluff KWOC-AM 930

Potosi KYRO-AM 1280

Quincy WGEM-FM 105.1

Rolla KTTR AM-FM 1490/99.7

Salem KSMO-AM 1340

Sedalia KDRO-AM 1490

Sikeston KSIM-AM 1520

Southwest City KLTK-AM 1140

Springfield KTTS-AM 1260

St. Joseph KSFT-AM 1550

Sullivan KTUI-FM 100.9

Thayer KALM-AM 1290

Trenton KTTN-FM 92.3

Warrensburg KOKO-AM 1450

Warsaw KAYQ-FM 97.7

Washington KWMO-KSLQ 1350/104.5

Waynesville KJPW AM-FM 1390/102.3

West Plains KWPM-AM 1450

Willow Springs KUKU AM-FM 1330/100.3

 

FORT LEONARD WOOD:

Military Police 165.0625

Hospital 173.100

Harbert-Yeargin Inc. 462.025, 467.025

DPW Ft. Wood 165.0875

Cannon Range 163.4625

Range Control 148.025

TMP 163.5625

EOD 49.700, 49.800

FAA 165.6875, 162.300

Forney AAF 121.50, 243.00-EMERGENCY, 173.4875-Airfield Mait., 125.400, 241.00, 110.00, 229.40-Tower, 118.70, 237.50-ATIS, 321.60-RDR

 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT (PULASKI COUNTY):

Pulaski County 173.2375, 453.725, 458.725

St.Robert 155.925, 153.860

Dixon 153.800

Richland 155.865

 

 

MID-MISSOURI WEATHER SERVICE Dixon,MO 464.5000

 

 

SKYWARN RADIO FREQUENCIES:

These are the SKYWARN Radio Frequencies used during severe weather ,(-) Minus = minus offset and (+) Plus = plus offset

Columbia 145.190 (-), 146.760 (-), 147. 090 (+), 147.360 (+), 444.975 (+)

Monroe 146.700 (-)

Lincoln 145.190 (+)

St. Charles Co 145.490 (+)

Aurora 146.970 (-)

Belle Vista, AR 147.030 (+)

Bolivar 147.060 (+)

Branson 147.150 (+), 147.195 (+), 147.225 (+)

Cabool 147.180 (+)

Eldorado Spgs. 146.670 (-)

Fayetteville, AR 146.760 (-)

Gainesville 146.880 (-)

Galena 145.550 (-)

Harrison, AR 145.150 (-), 147. 315 (+)

Jasper, AR 146.610 (-)

Joplin 147.210 (+), 147.105 (+)

Lebanon 146.700 (-)

Miami, OK 146.730 (-), 146.690 (-)

Neosho 146.805 (-), 147.270 (+)

Ozark 146.775 (-)

Pittsburg, KS 146.940 (-), 147.240 (+)

Shell Knob 145.210 (-) (103.5 PL)

Springfield 146.910 (-) SKYWARN-Primary,

146.640 (-) SKYWARN-Secondary,

145.490 (-)

145.430 (-) SKYWARN-Backup

Strafford 147.120 (+)

Theodosia 147.390 (+)

Twin Island 147.315 (+)

Buchanan 146.850 (-)

Carroll 146.655 (-)

Cass 147.120 (+)

Chillicothe 147.225 (+) Reception within 16 Co. Area

Clay 146.790 (-)

Henry 145.195 (+)

Western Jackson 146.970 (-)

Eastern Jackson 146.700 (-)

Johnson 146.880 (-)

Lafayette 146.775 (-)

Macon 146.805 (-),also Linn, Randolph, Adair, Knox, Shelby County's

Platte 147.330 (+)

Pettis/Sedalia 145.000

Ray 147.375 (+)

Raytown 145.170 (-)

Johnson, KS 145.470 (-)

Leavenworth, KS 147.000 (+)

Linn, KS 147.285 (+)

Miami, KS 147.360 (+)

Wyandotte,KS 147.210 (+)

Shawnee Radio Club 145.210 (-)

Independence 145.310 (-)

St. Louis 146.940 (-), 146.970 (-), 146.910 (-), 147.360 (+), 224.980, 442.100 (+),147.01(+),146.670,145.330 (-), 145.130 (-), 462.650 GMRS

Perry 146.700 (-)

St. Paul 444.200 (+)

Eolia 145.190 (-)

Winfield 224.540 (-)

Kansas City 146.820 (-), 146.910(-)Backup,146.790 (-)

S. Metro KS City, KS 153.995

Franklin Co N 147.240 (+)

Franklin Co. S 145.150 (+)

Jefferson Co 147.075 (+)

Crawford 147.045 (+)

Washington Co 147.075 (+), 147,240 (+)Backup

Phelps Co 145.330 (+)

St. Francois Co 147.030 (+)

St Genevieve Co 146.625 (-), 147.030 (-) Backup

Cape Giradeau 146.940 (-), 146.820 (-)

Butler Co 146.910 (-)

Bootheel 146.730 (-), 147.180 (-) Link to Paducah

Packet Radio: 144.970 Weldon Spgs., 145.050 Severe Weather Conf., 441.050 "Backbone", 145.010 , 144.990, 146. 565 ASCII

HF: 3.936 Statewide HF Network

 

PHONE NUMBERS FOR ROAD CONDITIONS:

HERE ARE PHONE NUMBERS MOTORISTS

CAN USE TO CHECK ON ROAD CONDITIONS IN THESE AREAS.

MISSOURI...1-800-222-6400

ILLINOIS...1-800-452-4368

KENTUCKY...1-800-459-7623

OKLAHOMA...1-405-425-2385

ARKANSAS...1-501-569-2374

TENNESSEE...1-800-342-3258

MISSISSIPPI...1-601-987-1211

ALABAMA...1-334-242-4378

GEORGIA...1-404-635-6800

WEATHER:

162.550(Camdenton WXJ-90,,Kansas City KID-77, St.Louis KDO-89), 162.400(Columbia WXL-45,St.Joseph KEC-77, Sikeston WXL-47, Springfield WXL-46), 162.475(Hannibal WXK-82), 162.525 Bourbon WWF-75.(Joplin WXJ-61),162.425

 

 

FIPS Codes for the new SAME Weather Radio:

County State State Code County Code

BOURBON KS 020 011

CHEROKEE KS 020 021

CRAWFORD KS 020 037

BARRY MO 029 009

BARTON MO 029 011

BENTON MO 029 015

CAMDEN MO 029 029

CEDAR MO 029 039

CHRISTIAN MO 029 043

DADE MO 029 057

DALLAS MO 029 059

DENT MO 029 065

DOUGLAS MO 029 067

GREENE MO 029 077

HICKORY MO 029 085

HOWELL MO 029 091

JASPER MO 029 097

LACLEDE MO 029 105

LAWRENCE MO 029 109

MARIES MO 029 125

MCDONALD MO 029 119

MILLER MO 029 131

MORGAN MO 029 141

NEWTON MO 029 145

OREGON MO 029 149

OZARK MO 029 153

PHELPS MO 029 161

POLK MO 029 167

PULASKI MO 029 169

SHANNON MO 029 203

ST. CLAIR MO 029 185

STONE MO 029 209

TANEY MO 029 213

TEXAS MO 029 215

VERNON MO 029 217

WEBSTER MO 029 225

WRIGHT MO 029 229

 

 

 

 

AMATEUR(HAM)RADIO REPEATERS:

Kennett: 146.985 (-) KB0UFL Bootheel ARC

Rolla: 145.450 (-) W0EEE

146.790 (-) W0GS  (Weather Spotters for Pulaski & Phelps Counties)

224.880 (-) W0LLU

443.825 (-) W0EEE

Houston: 147.135 (+) KB0MPO

Lebanon: 145.470 (-) WB9M

146.700 (-) N0SQP

St. James: 442.600 (+)

Salem: 146.655 (-) WB0NRP

147.345 (+) KB0AMZ

Ozark: 146.775 (-) KA0WFC

Eldon: 146.955 (-) KA0RFO

224.580 (-)

444.925 (-)

53.05 (-)

Ozage Beach: 146.730 (-)

Springfield: 145.430 (-)

145.490 (-) W0EBE ( Primary NOAA Weather Spotter's )

146.640 (-) N0NQW

146.820 (-) KB0YHB

146.910 (-) W0EBE (Secondary NOAA Weather Spotter's)

147.015 (+) N0MBW

147.120 (+) KB0E

224.760 (-)

444.400 (+) W0EBE

444.825 (+) W0EBE

 

 

10-SIGNALS, ETC.:

10-1 Unable to copy

10-2 Signal Good

10-3 Yes/Will Do

10-4 Message Understood

10-5 Relay, J1 Personnel,J2 Property, J3 Prisoner

10-6 Busy, Standby

10-7 Out of Service

10-8 In Service

10-9 Repeat

10-10 On Minor detail, Subject to Call

10-11 Remain In Service

10-12 Visitors/ Officials Present

10-13 Weather & Road , J1 Flying

10-14 Time

10-15 Have, J1 Personnel, J2 Property, J3 Prisoner

10-17 Urgent, Rush Present Detail

10-18 Anything for Us

10-19 Nothing for You

10-20 Location

10-21 Phone, J1 At Once, J2 At your Convenience

10-22 Go to, J1 At Once, J2 At your Convenience

10-23 Arrived At Scene

10-24 Finished Last Assignment

10-25 Disregard Last Information

10-26 Holding Subject, Rush Reply

10-27 Officer/Operator On Duty

10-28 Full Registration Information, J1 Vehicle, J2 Driver

10-29 Check For Wanted

10-30 Does Not Conform to Regulations

10-33 EMERGENCY TRAFFIC

10-34 TROUBLE AT STATION, HELP NEEDED

10-35 Major Crime Alert

10-36 Confidential Information

10-38 IN DANGER, NEED IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE (Advise Location & Circumstances, If Possible)

10-39 Go To, J1 Observe Traffic, J2 Check Traffic, Roadblock

10-40 Car to Car

10-41 Beginning Tour of Duty

10-42 Ending Tour of Duty

10-44 Message Recieved By All

10-50 Accident, J1 Minor, J2 Serious, J3 Road Blocked, J4 Fatality

10-51 Wrecker Needed, J1 Called

10-52 Ambulance Needed, J1 Called

10-53 Coroner Needed, J1 Called

10-54 Drag Racing

10-55 Intoxicated Driver, J1 Charges will be filed,

J2 Make your own case

10-59 Escort/Convoy

10-60 Signal Weak

10-61 Signal Loud

10-63 Frequency Check

10-64 Give test, J1 With Voice, J2 Without Voice

10-70 FIRE

10-79 Report Progerss of Fire

10-82 Reserve Room for

10-87 Paychecks out

10-89 Communications Empolyee Needed/ Will Arriv

10-90 Bank/Burgular Alarm

10-96 CAUTION-Mental

10-97 CAUTION, J1 Criminal Conviction, J2 Been Armed/Physically Violent, J3 Assaulted/Obstructed Officer

10-98 Prison/Jailbreak

10-99 POSITIVE Stolen/Wanted Computer Response, J1 Misdemeanor, J2 Felony, J3 May be Armed, J4 USE EXTREME CAUTION

MISSOURI STATE FAIR:

Events 466.2375

CivilianSecurity/Wreckers 151.925

Adminstration Portables 156.000

Suppiles 151.835

Speedway Assn. 151.685

Restrooms 151.625

Fair FD 154.280

Sedalia PD Dispatch 154.785

Sedalia PD Car to Car 154.950

Sedalia PD Aux. 154.100

Sedalia FD 154.445

Sedalia Public Works 155.040

State Water Partol 155.595

State patrol (Fairgrounds)42.120

State Patrol (Traffic) 42.380

State Patrol 42.060

State Patrol Car to Car 42.020

State Patrol (Extender) 154.905

State Patrol (Portables) 154.665

State Patrol (Portables) 154.935

Pettis County Sheriff 155.835

Pettis Co. Ambulance 154.310

Mutual Aid 155.475

Sheriff's Net 155.730

Lifeguard Ambulance 461.500

 

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