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California: Monterey - Radio Scanner Frequencies
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California Public Safety Frequencies - Bay-Net
866.2000 - Channels 20 & 21 - Northern California. ... to air tactical frequencies. In southern California FIRESCOPE area ... California Public Safety Frequency ...
your county is probably not using this frequency as the primary operating frequency anymore, and has switched to a trunked system. This is typical nation wide, as the trunked systems allow all the departments within one county to work together in emergencies without issues. If you go to the bottom of the page that I linked you will see that they use a trunked system. an old fashioned crystal based scanner wont work to receive these systems.
First, make sure that you have the correct frequency for your local police. You can find a comprehensive database of active frequencies in your area by visiting: www.Reference.com
Program the frequency or frequencies using the instructions in the scanner's operating manual. and you should be all set. If you need the manual, you can download and print it, at no cost, here: http://www.uniden.com/pdf/BC60XLT-1om.pdf
NOTE: If the frequency database shows that your local police are using a trunked system, you will not be able to monitor them using the BC60XLT-1. Trunked systems require a trunking scanner. Many law enforcement agencies are also using digital systems for their communications. If that's the case in your area you'll need a scanner capable of monitoring APCO-25 digital transmissions.
With the distant services still coming in, it's probable that your local agencies have changed from single-frequency operations to a trunked system or, if already trunked, that frequency/user assignments have been updated within the system. For the latest on active frequencies and systems in your area, visit: www.RadioReference.com
You can listen to trunked police bands UNLESS: 1 they went Digital and your scanner is Analog. 2. They use an encrypted control frequency. 3. It is not against the law in your area. 4. you have a Trunked scanner. Following trunked frequencies requires a trunked scanner which is very different from regular everyday scanners. If the photo of your scanner is accurate then it appears you have Digital capability so that won't be a problem. You can go to Radio shack and purchase a book on Public Safety frequencies and Control Frequencies which will give you the proper frequency range but they will tell you nothing about Encryption on any Frequency. If you can not find a Control Frequency then you will not be able to track the hoping that is used in a trunked system. By the way, a Regular scanner runs about $50 where as a Trunked Scanner runs $150 to $200.
For a comprehensive database of active frequencies in your area (they're no codes), visit:
There's a good chance that your community has changed from conventional frequency usage to a trunked radio system. If that's the case you can read up on it at RadioReference.com, but you won't be able to monitor the action with your current scanner.
hello there please try these links they have worked for me
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