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All About Scanners

What are Scanners Anyway?
A scanner is a radio receiver (it cannot transmit) which allows you to scan multiple frequencies at one time for two-way radio activity. These devices are commonly known as "police scanners" in that most people use the devices to listen to police radio communications although fire department monitoring is almost of equal interest and scanners can also be used to monitor the two-way radios of taxis, mall security, commercial aircraft, ambulances and so much more. Just like an FM radio station might broadcast on 105.7 FM, a police department will use, for example, 155.625 FM for its dispatcher to communicate with the patrol cars. Because a police department, unlike an FM radio station, does not need to broadcast continually with talk or music, but only when there's an incident to discuss or respond to, a scanner allows you to sample a multitude of local (within 20 miles or so) public safety agency and business radio channels for activity. The scanner will stop on the first channel it comes to that has activity and the radio will resume scanning when that radio transmission has ended. Note that there are many new types of radio systems such as digital and trunking which are discussed below.

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A Short Scanner History
Back in the early days of radio, in the early to mid 1900s, tunable radio receivers were used to monitor police channels. In actuality many police departments used a frequency just at the end of the AM radio dial around 1700 KHz to broadcast to their patrol cars. In the 1960s, when police and fire departments were using FM radio channels around 40 and 155 MHz (VHF Low and High band), enterprising radio enthusiasts developed the scanner which in effect performed a rapid tuning function, searching local radio channels for activity by "scanning" them. The first scanners scanned four or eight channels. To monitor these channels people had to buy crystals for the specific radio frequency used by their local departments, and install them inside the scanner. In later years a keyboard replaced the crystal and now you can program thousands of channels into a scanner from a keyboard or a PC.

Who Uses Scanners and Why?
Scanners are used by a wide spectrum of people, from radio hobbyists to everyday folks who just want to keep an ear on what's happening around town. Scanners are also used by the news media as well as people who love news and want to hear all about it as it happens. Others are concerned in today's environment for personal and neighborhood safety and want to stay in tune with the fantastic job our public servants perform. Speaking of our public servants, police departments nationally use scanners to allow them to keep tabs on adjoining departments and jurisdictions in case incidents in one community, such as a car chase, may move into their own or, in the case of fire departments, they may be called for mutual aid at a fire. This is called communications interoperability and scanners can be a critically important tool for public safety in this manner. Newspapers, TV and radio stations all use scanners to gather the news and report on it. There are actually hundreds of ways scanners are used for a variety of public safety, social and even entertainment purposes. Visit this page to read many real life stories of people in every day situations that describe why they decided to buy a scanner and the many ways they are used.

Buying Scanners for Security, Information or Enjoyment

Scanners keep you in the know better than the local news, provide a sense of security, and all the while scanners can be a lot of fun. When buying a scanner for your home, work or as a gift, there are a number of key points to remember:

Determine the type of radio system your local town and county uses
Most communities still use basic radio systems that can be “scanned” using low-end/inexpensive scanners. A low-end scanner though will not have the features, such as alpha-tagging (allowing the scanner to display “Chicago Fire” rather than a frequency) or a PC port, that can be very useful. Your community or region may also use advanced radio systems which will require a more expensive scanner. To learn if the communications in your region require you buy an advanced scanner visit our sister site policescanners.net.

Scanners can seem complicated at first, but the low-end models, in particular, are very easy to use. When buying for personal use or as a gift, try to keep it simple by programming and listening to the police and fire department for your own community and perhaps some surrounding communities. Then, as you get more familiar with scanning you can broaden your listening if you desire.

Programming Your Scanner
You must program the local police and fire department frequencies of course before you begin listening. This is akin to entering your favorite AM-FM radio station, but there are a lot more public safety frequencies to choose from. There are a few ways to go about programming your scanner. First, you can buy one of our frequency guides to program the radios yourself. After reading the scanner owner’s manual to understand the programming process, you look up the frequencies and the trunking system details in our book and then enter the information into the radio. Some web sites also maintain this data. The frequency guides offer a wealth of information on all sorts of public and private entities that use radio including police, fire, EMS, DOT, DPW, fire towers, railroads, utilities, colleges, malls, auto racing and so much more. If learning the programming process and finding the frequencies doesn’t appeal to you, you can have Scanner Master program your scanner.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How far will I be able to listen?
Distance depends on too many factors to provide an easy answer, such as the elevation of your home, whether there are hills or other obstructions between you and the agency you wish to monitor; the transmitter power of the agency you wish to listen to, etc. These and other factors all play a part. Generally speaking, with a handheld or desktop scanner you can hear in a 10 to 20 mile radius, but that's not set in stone.

What is Trunking?
As public safety agencies and businesses grow they require more and more radio frequencies for their operations, consequently available radio spectrum has become more valuable and more difficult to find. To help resolve this problem, radio manufacturers developed “trunking” which works on the same principle as a trunk telephone line. Let’s take for an example the city of Worcester, Massachusetts. This mid-size city used to have two or three frequencies for the police department and two or three for the fire department as well as one for public works and one for parks. Now, with their trunking radio system, they have upwards of 50 or 100 groups of users on 10 radio frequencies. Here’s a listing of just some of their “talkgroups”:

04-041 Fire Ops A North
04-042 Fire Ops B South
04-044 Fire Dispatch
04-045 Fire Administration
08-041 Police East Patrol
08-042 Police West Patrol
08-044 Police Traffic Enforcement
09-006 Police Auto Theft
12-041 Water Department
12-042 Water Filtration
12-043 Sewer Department
12-044 Health Code/Sanitation
12-045 Street Department
12-056 Snow Emerg./Plowing
12-083 Traffic Signs & Signals
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Oknogan County Scanner Frequencys

This is from Radio Reference:

Okanogan County:
Fire / EMS

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
156.24000 WQGU761 RM173.8 PLOCFD Disp Fire Dispatch FMN Fire Dispatch 
154.41500 WPEJ537 RM103.5 PLOCFD Disp Fire Dispatch Central FM Fire Dispatch 
154.22000 WPFD388 M146.2 PLOCFD Tac 1 Fire Tactical 1 FM Fire-Tac 
154.04000  M131.8 PLOCFD Tac 2 Fire Tactical 2 FM Fire-Tac 
154.35500 KNHS551 M131.8 PLOCFD D5 Tac Fire District 5 Tactical FM Fire-Tac 
154.17500 WPBP839 M110.9 PLOCFD D8 Tac Fire District 8 Tactical FM Fire Dispatch 
154.16000 WPFD387 MRiverside FD Riverside Fire Tactical FM Fire-Tac 

Law Enforcement

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
155.19000 WPMK380 RM107.2 PLOCSO Disp Sheriff Dispatch FM Law Dispatch 
155.64000 KNNI942 RMCSQOCSO Disp Sheriff Dispatch FM Law Dispatch 
155.73000 WPMD447 BMOCSO Disp Sheriff Dispatch FM Law Dispatch 
155.71500 KTN269 MOCSO Car/Car Sheriff Car-to-Car FM Law Talk 
153.74750  M127.3 PLOCSO Tac Sheriff Tactical FMN Law Tac 
154.83000  RM151.4 PLOCSO Command Sheriff Command FMN Law Talk 
155.01000 KYB929 MOC Law Net Law Enforcement Car-to-Car (Countywide) FM Law Talk 

Local Government Services

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
156.00000 KDP312 BMOk Co Roads Roads Department FM Public Works 
462.52500 WNJD506 BM151.4 PLOk Co PUD Public Utility District FM Utilities 

Brewster, City of

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
154.35500 KNHS551 BMBrewster FD Fire Tactical (also Oroville) FM Fire-Tac 

Coulee Dam, City of

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
154.13000 KNHR596 BM136.5 PLCouleeDam FD Fire Tactical FM Fire-Tac 

Okanogan, City of

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
154.22000 WPFD388 MOkanogan FD Fire Tactical FM Fire-Tac 
154.96500 KEC487 BMOkanogan PW Public Works FM Public Works 

Omak, City of

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
154.44500 WPEV825 BM162.2 PLOmak FD/Resc Fire and Rescue Tactical FM Fire-Tac 

Tonasket, City of

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
154.38500 WNMF566 M131.8 PLTonasket FD Fire Tactical FM Fire-Tac 
159.22000 WJQU761 MTonasket EMS EMS Tactical FM Law Tac 
155.92500 WNMY658 BMTonasket PW City of Tonasket  FM Public Works 

Twisp, City of

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
154.43000  BMTwisp FD/Res Fire Rescue FM Fire-Talk 

Winthrop, Town of

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
154.19000 KNNH213 BMWinthrop FD Fire Tactical FM Fire-Tac 

All Trunked Radio Systems in Okanogan County

System NameTypeCity
U.S. Dept. of Justice: Integrated Wireless Network (IWN)Project 25 Phase I (FDMA)Various
Washington State Department of TransportationLTR Multinet



Chelan County

Fire / EMS

All 9-1-1 emergency communications are handled through the "RiverCom 911" Dispatch Center that dispatches for all Chelan County police, fire, and EMS agencies, including for the cities of Cashmere, East Wenatchee, and Wenatchee.

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
154.43000 WNGA255 RM110.9 PLRC Fire 1 Fire - Dispatch 1 FMN Fire Dispatch 
155.68500 WQML484 RM107.2 PLRC Fire 2 Fire - Dispatch 2 FMN Fire Dispatch 
154.22000 WPFQ643 M107.2 PLRC Gold Fire - District 01 Tac 2 Gold FMN Fire-Tac 
154.38500 WPFQ643 BM107.2 PLRC Silver Fire - District 01 Tac 3 Silver FMN Fire-Tac 
154.34000 WPGM525 M107.2 PLRC Grey Fire - District 06 Tac Grey FMN Fire-Tac 
154.26500 KGV341 M107.2 PLRC Orange Fire - District 07 Tac Orange FMN Fire-Tac 
154.13000 WPZE754 RMCSQRC Green Fire - District 09 Tac Green FMN Fire-Tac 
158.81250 WQJX314 RMCCFD Dist 10 Fire - District 10 FMN Fire Dispatch 
154.16000 KYD977 BM107.2 PLRC Blue Fire - Wenatchee Tac Blue FMN Fire-Tac 
154.25000 KYD977 RM110.9 PLWen Val Cmd Fire - Wenatchee Valley Command FMN Fire-Tac 
155.35500 KYB995 RM100.0 PLChel Val Cmd Fire - Chelan Valley Command FMN Fire-Talk 
159.09000 WQGI877 RM192.8 PLWest Command Fire - West Command Repeater FMN Fire-Talk 
154.31000 KZX240 BM110.9 PLRC Mayday Fire - Mayday FMN Fire-Tac 
155.20500 KYB995 BM107.2 PLEMS Tactical EMS - Tactical FMN EMS-Talk 
855.38750 WNHD730 RMAMR Dispatch American Medical Response - Dispatch FM EMS Dispatch 
151.13000 WPKL862 BMBallard Amb Ballard Ambulance - Dispatch FM EMS Dispatch 
156.01500 WQAE566 RM123.0 PLLifeline AMB Lifeline Ambulance FM EMS Dispatch 
462.95000 WNCT261 RMEMS Med 9 Northwest MedStar - EMS-to-NW MedStar Control FM EMS Dispatch 
154.99500 WQGF693 RM110.9 PLRC Echo Emergency Management - Echo FMN Emergency Ops 

Law Enforcement

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
159.19500 WQDN869 RMRC Law Cash Law - Cashmere FMN Law Talk 
155.62500 WQBG615 RM110.9 PLRC Law 1 Law - Dispatch 1 FMN Law Dispatch 
155.41500 WQNT302 BM100.0 PLRC Law 2 Law - Dispatch 2 FMN Law Dispatch 
460.50000 KTN265 RMRC Mut Aid Law - Mutual Aid Common FM Interop 
153.87500 KOB405 BM110.9 PLRC Goat Tac Law - Tactical Goat FM Law Tac 
155.82000 WGK488 BMCC Sheriff Sheriff FM Law Talk 
154.87500 KNFS767 BMCCSO Jail Sheriff - Court/Jail Division FM Corrections 
154.81500 WPCE586 MCCSO Posse Sheriff - Posse FM Law Talk 
155.55000 KD6899 MCCSO Tac 2 Sheriff - Tactical 2 FM Law Tac 

Local Government Services

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
159.16500 WNWZ676 RMCC Highways Highway Department FM Public Works 


Cashmere, City of

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
155.10000 KEM575 BMCashmere PW Public Works FM Public Works 

Chelan, City of

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
155.01000 WPVB750 BMChelan PD Police Dispatch FM Law Dispatch 
153.81500 KTS595 BMChelan Gov City Government FM Multi-Talk 
153.96500 KTS595 BMChelan Gov City Government FM Multi-Talk 
155.88000 KTS595 BMChelan Gov City Government FM Multi-Talk 
453.37500 WPEP707 RMChelan PW Public Works FM Public Works 

Leavenworth, City of

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
153.93500 WQDH249 BMLeavenwth PW Public Works FM Public Works 
155.14500 KNBA790 BMLeavenwth PW Public Works FM Public Works 

Wenatchee, City of

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
155.31000 WQBG615 RM110.9 PLWenat Police Police Dispatch FM Law Dispatch 
155.94000 KCP532 BMWenat Gov City Government FM Public Works 



Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
461.35000 WPXF752 RM065 DPLCW Concrete Central Washington Concrete FM Business 
452.01250 WQEM206 RM136.5 PLWen SandGrav Wenatchee Sand & Gravel FM Business 


All Trunked Radio Systems in Chelan County

System NameTypeCity
Chelan County, Public UtilitiesLTR MultinetWenatchee
Spectrum Communications WenatcheeLTR StandardWenatchee
U.S. Dept. of Justice: Integrated Wireless Network (IWN)Project 25 Phase I (FDMA)Various
Washington State Department of TransportationLTR MultinetVarious

Ferry County

Fire / EMS

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
153.84000  RMFC Fire Disp Fire Dispatch FM Fire Dispatch 

Law Enforcement

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
155.25000 WPTD944 RMFCSO Disp Sheriff Dispatch FMN Law Dispatch 
156.09000  RM179.9 PLFCSO Disp Sheriff Dispatch FM Law Dispatch 
154.75500 WPTD944 RMFCSO Talk Sheriff Talk FMN Law Talk 
155.56500 WPTD944 RMFCSO Sheriff FMN Law Talk 
155.59500 WPTD944 RMFCSO Sheriff FMN Law Talk 

Local Government Services

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
453.58750 WPTL682 RMFC Highways Highway Department FM Public Works 

All Trunked Radio Systems in Ferry County

System NameTypeCity
Washington State Department of TransportationLTR MultinetVarious

Douglas County

Fire / EMS

All 9-1-1 emergency communications are handled through the "RiverCom 911" Dispatch Center that dispatches for all Douglas County police, fire, and EMS agencies.

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
154.43000 KCR896 RM110.9 PLRC Fire 1 Fire - Dispatch 1 FMN Fire Dispatch 
155.68500 WQML484 RM107.2 PLRC Fire 2 Fire - Dispatch 2 FMN Fire Dispatch 
154.22000 WPFQ643 M107.2 PLRC Tac Gold Fire - Tac Gold FMN Fire-Tac 
154.16000 KYD977 M107.2 PLRC Tac Blue Fire - Tac Blue FMN Fire-Tac 
154.31000 KZX240 M110.9 PLRC Mayday Fire - Mayday FMN Fire-Tac 
156.01500 WQAE566 RM123.0 PLLifeline EMS Lifeline Ambulance - Dispatch FMN EMS Dispatch 
155.28000 WQAE566 BMLifeln EMS 2 Lifeline Ambulance - Secondary FMN EMS-Talk 
154.10000 WQBB863 RMWatervle EMS EMS - Waterville FM EMS Dispatch 

Law Enforcement

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
155.62500 WQBG615 RM110.9 PLRC Law 1 Law - Dispatch 1 FMN Law Dispatch 
155.41500 WQNT302 BM100.0 PLRC Law 2 Law - Dispatch 2 FMN Law Dispatch 
154.71000 WQNT302 M123.0 PLDCSO Car Sheriff Car to Car FMN Law Talk 
155.71000  MCSQDCSO Car Sheriff Car to Car FMN Law Talk 

Local Government Services

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
156.18000 WQFN597 RMDC Trns/Land Transportation and Land Services FMN Public Works 



Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
155.80500 WNPH627 BMCSQBridgeportPD Bridgeport Police FM Law Talk 

East Wenatchee

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
155.67000 WQDS380 RM127.3 PLEWPD Disp Police Dispatch FM Law Dispatch 


Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
153.92000 WQDS415 RMMansfield PW Public Works FMN Public Works 


Pangborn Memorial Airport (KEAT)

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
154.02500 WPIW739 BMPangborn Apt Pangborn Airport - Maintenance FM Business 


All Trunked Radio Systems in Douglas County

System NameTypeCity
Chelan County, Public UtilitiesLTR MultinetWenatchee
Pangborn Memorial AirportiDEN StandardEast Wenatchee
Washington State Department of TransportationLTR MultinetVarious

Grant County:

Fire / EMS

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
159.15000 WPAV403 RM156.7 PLMACC Fire 1 MACC Fire 1 Dispatch FMN Fire Dispatch 
154.19000 WPJY422 RM156.7 PLMACC Fire 2 MACC Fire 2 Dispatch FMN Fire Dispatch 
154.07000 WPJY422 RM156.7 PLMACC Fire 3 MACC Fire 3 Tac FMN Fire-Tac 
152.00750 WPMS502 FCSQMACC Paging MACC Digital Pagers FM Data 
154.13000 WPJY422 M136.5 PLGR FD N Tac1 Fire North Tac 1 District 6 FMN Fire-Tac 
155.11500 WNWP379 M114.8 PLGR FD N Tac2 Fire North Tac 2 FMN Fire-Tac 
154.23500 KOH690 M156.7 PLGR FD E Tac1 Fire East Tac 1 District 5 FMN Fire-Tac 
154.40000 WPJY422 M100.0 PLGR FD E Tac2 Fire East Tac 2 / Moses Lake Fire FMN Fire-Tac 
155.40000 WPJV784 M100.0 PLGR FD E Tac3 Fire East Tac 3 FMN Fire-Tac 
154.32500 WPJY422 RMCSQGR FD South Fire French/Saddle FMN Fire-Tac 
154.40000 WPJY422 M156.7 PLGR FD S Tac1 Fire South Tac 1 FMN Fire-Tac 
154.13000 WPJY422 M114.8 PLGR FD S Tac2 Fire South Tac 2 FMN Fire-Tac 
154.44500 WPJY422 M114.8 PLGR FD W Tac1 Fire West Tac 1 District 7 & 13 FMN Fire-Tac 
154.29500 KD25176 M100.0 PLGR FD W Tac2 Fire West Tac 2 District 3 FMN Fire-Tac 
154.37000 WPJY422 M114.8 PLGR FD W Tac3 Fire West Tac 3 FMN Fire-Tac 
155.17500 WPJV784 RM100.0 PLGCFD West R Fire West Repeater FMN Fire-Talk 
153.90500 WQEH410 MCSQGR FD D4 Tac Fire District 4 Tactical FMN Fire-Tac 
155.38500 WPJV784 MEMS-to-Hosp EMS to Samaritan Hospital (Moses Lake) FM Hospital 
159.47250 WPAV403 RM114.8 PLGR CMD RPTR Command Repeater FMN Multi-Talk 
453.90000 WPEI230 RMGR Hospital Hospital District - Housekeeping FM Hospital 
463.17500 WNCT261 RM146.2 PLNW MedStar D NW MedStar Dispatch FM EMS Dispatch 

Law Enforcement

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
158.91000 WPAV403 RM156.7 PLMACC LE Disp MACC Law 1 Dispatch FMN Law Dispatch 
158.85000 WPAV403 RM156.7 PLMACC LE Data MACC Law 2 Records FMN Law Tac 
155.70000 WPAV403 RM156.7 PLMACC LE Cars MACC Law 3 Car-to-Car FMN Law Talk 
154.72500 WNED435 M156.7 PLGCSO Tac 1 Sheriff Tac 1 FMN Law Tac 
155.25000 WNED435 M156.7 PLGCSO Tac 2 Sheriff Tac 2 FMN Law Tac 
155.19750 WNED435 M156.7 PLGCSO Tac 3 Sheriff Tac 3 FMN Law Tac 
460.40000 WNED435  RM125 DPLGrantCo Jail Jail Operations FM Corrections 

Local Government Services

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
154.08500 KLK506 RMCSQGC Road Dist County Roads - Districts 1 & 2 FM Public Works 
151.10000 WPUR782 RMCSQGC Road Dist County Roads - District 3 FM Public Works 
158.17500 KLP258 RM162.2 PLE Basin ID E Columbia Basin Irrigation Dist FM Utilities 
461.02500 WDA508 R116 DPLGTA Dispatch Grant Transportation Authority FM Transportation 



Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
460.32500 WNXU583 RM100.0 PLEPD Car Police Car-to-Car FM Deprecated 
453.87500 WPLH250 RMEphrata PW Public Works FM Public Works 

Moses Lake

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
155.43000 KOB690 BM156.7 PLMLPD Tac 1 Police Tactical 1 FM Law Tac 
154.05500 KJS727 BMCSQMoses PW Public Works FM Public Works 


Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
155.14500  M114.8 PLQPD Tac Police Tactical FM Law Talk 

Royal City

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
153.74000 KNJB648 MRoyal PD Car Police Car-to-Car FM Law Talk 

Soap Lake

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
154.11500  MCSQSLPD Tac Soap Lake Police Tactical FM Law Tac 


Ephrata Municipal Airport (KEPH)

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
122.80000 KFU9 MCSQEphrata CTAF Common Traffic Advisory AM Aircraft 
135.77500  FCSQEphrata ATIS Automatic Terminal Information Service AM Aircraft 

Grant County International Airport (KMWH)

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
118.25000  MCSQGCIA Tower E CTAF/Tower East AM Aircraft 
119.05000  FCSQGCIA ATIS Automatic Terminal Information Service AM Aircraft 
122.95000  MCSQGCIA Unicom Unicom AM Aircraft 
126.40000  BMCSQGC APCH/DEP Approach Departure AM Aircraft 
128.00000  RMCSQGCIA Tower W Tower West AM Aircraft 
154.37000 WNWK351 BMAirport Ops Airport Operations FM Aircraft 


Big Bend Community College

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
155.86500 KXK357 RM103.5 PLBigBendCC Admin / Maintenance FM Schools 

Public School Districts

Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag 
37.98000 KLS599 BM136.5 PLEphrata SD Ephrata School District - Buses FM Schools 
152.33000 WPOY969 RM186.2 PLWahluke SD Wahluke School District - Administration FM Schools 


All Trunked Radio Systems in Grant County

System NameTypeCity
Grant County Multi Agency Communications SystemProject 25 Phase I (FDMA)Moses Lake
Grant County Public UtilitiesLTR MultinetVarious
Spectrum Communications (Royal City)LTR StandardRoyal City
U.S. Dept. of Justice: Integrated Wireless Network (IWN)Project 25 Phase I (FDMA)Various
Washington State Department of TransportationLTR MultinetVarious