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FREQUENCIES

The tables below contain the VHF Voice, UHF Voice and Packet Digipeater frequencies and other information. This information can be downloaded as a pdf document, or in CHIRP format as a csv file or as an Excel file. Additionally, a listing of all operational repeaters between San Ardo - Williams Hill and Lompoc can be downloaded as a pdf document.

Also below is a list of frequencies that can be monitored during an emergency or disaster to obtain additional information about progress during the event.

VHF Voice

Frequency

Callsign

Offset

Tone

Location

Sponsor

146.620

W6SLO

-

127.3

Rocky Butte

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146.670

W6SLO

-

127.3

Tassajera Pk

SLOECC

146.700

WB6FMC

-

127.3

View Hill

Van Lyons

146.760

W6BHZ

-

127.3

Cal Poly

CPARC

146.800

W6SLO

-

127.3

Cuesta Peak

SLOECC

146.835

W6SLO

-

127.3

Black Mtn.

SLOECC

146.860

W6SLO

-

127.3

Clark Cyn.

SLOECC

146.880

W6YDZ

-

127.3

11 mi W Templtn

W6YDZ

146.940

W6YDZ

-

127.3

Lopez Hill

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146.980

W6YDZ

-

127.3

San Miguel

PRARC

147.270

KC6TOX

+

127.3

Cambria

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147.360

W6FM

+

127.3

Mt. Lowe

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147.990

WB6MIA

-

127.3

Nipomo

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UHF Voice

Frequency

Callsign

Offset

Tone

Location

Sponsor

442.300

W6BHZ

+

127.3

Cal Poly

CPARC

442.700

W6SLO

+

127.3

Cuesta Peak

SLOECC

444.525

W6FM

+

127.3

Tassajera Pk.

Not Listed

444.975

W6SLO

+

127.3

Clark Cyn

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 Wide Area System- All 4 repeaters linked at all times

443.975

W6YDZ

+

127.3

Lopez Hill

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444.050

W6SLO

+

127.3

Tassajera Pk.

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444.100

W6SLO

+

127.3

Rocky Butte

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444.150

W6SLO

+

127.3

Black Mtn.

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Packet Digipeaters

Frequency

Alias

Location

Sponsor

 145.07

 TASS

 Tassajera Pk.

SLOECC

 145.09

 BLACK

 Black Mtn

 SLOECC

145.05

NIPOMO

Nipomo

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145.01

SIMEON

Rocky Butte

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144.39 (APRS)

KD6DSI-5

Tassajera Pk.

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Frequencies to Monitor

Frequency (MHz)

Use

34.900

Used nationwide by the National Guard during emergencies.

39.460

Inter-department emergency communictions by local and state police forces.

47.420

Red Cross relief operations across the United States.

52.525

Calling frequency used by amateur radio operators in the FM mode on the six meter band.

121.50

International aeronautical emergency frequency.

138.225

Federal Emergency Mangement Agency (FEMA) disaster relief operational channel; active during
earthquakes, hurricanes, floods and other catastrophic events.

146.520

Used by amateur radio operators for non-repeater communications on the two-meter band;
it is very busy in many parts of the country.

151.625

Used by "itinerant" businesses, or those that travel around the country. Circuses, exhibitions,
trade shows and sports teams are some of the users you can hear. Other widely-used itinerant
channels are 154.570 and 154.600.

154.280

Inter-department communications by local fire departments; 154.265 and 154.295 are also
used.

155.160

Inter-department emergency communications by local and state agencies during search and
rescue operations.

155.475

Inter-department emergency communications by local and state police forces.

156.750

International broadcasts of maritime weather alerts.

156.800

International maritime distress, call and safety channel. All ships must monitor this frequency
while at sea. It is also heavily used on rivers, lakes, etc.

162.400

NOAA weather broadcasts and bulletins.

162.425

NOAA weather broadcasts and bulletins.

162.450

NOAA weather broadcasts and bulletins.

162.475

NOAA weather broadcasts and bulletins.

162.500

NOAA weather broadcasts and bulletins.

162.525

NOAA weather broadcasts and bulletins.

162.550

NOAA weather broadcasts and bulletins.

163.275

NOAA weather broadcasts and bulletins.

163.4875

Used nationwide by the National Guard during emergencies.

163.5125

The national disaster preparedness frequency used jointly by the armed forces.

164.500

National communications channel for the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

168.550

National channel used by civilian agencies of the federal government for communictions during
emergencies and disasters.

243.000

Military aviation emergencies.

311.000

Flight channel used by the U.S. Air Force.

317.700

U.S. Coast Guard aviation.

317.800

U.S. Coast Guard aviation.

319.400

U.S. Air Force.

317.700

U.S. Navy aviators.

409.200

National communications channel for the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC).

409.625

National communications channel for the Department of State.

462.675

Emergency communications and traveler assistance in the General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS).

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