Amateur Radio Emergency Service

Sherburne County ARES/RACES

           
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Updated:Friday October 29, 2010

 

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Citizen Band Radio
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Channel One (1) 26.965 AM  
Channel Two (2) 26.975 AM  
Channel Three (3) 26.985 AM  
Channel Four (4) 27.005 AM  
Channel Five (5) 27.015 AM  
Channel Six (6) 27.025 AM Calling Frequency
Channel Seven (7) 27.035 AM  
Channel Eight (8) 27.055 AM  
Channel Nine (9) 27.065 AM Primary
Channel Ten (10) 27.075 AM  
Channel Eleven (11) 27.085 AM  
Channel Twelve (12) 27.105 AM  
Channel Thirteen (13) 27.115 AM  
Channel Fourteen (14) 27.125 AM  
Channel Fifteen (15) 27.135 AM  
Channel Sixteen (16) 27.155 AM  
Channel Seventeen (17) 27.165 AM
Channel Eighteen (18) 27.175 AM  
Channel Nineteen (19) 27.185 AM Alternate Calling Frequency
Channel Twenty (20) 27.205 AM  
Channel Twenty One (21) 27.215 AM  
Channel Twenty Two (22) 27.225 AM  
Channel Twenty Three (23) 27.255 AM  
Channel Twenty Four (24) 27.235 AM  
Channel Twenty Five (25) 27.245 AM  
Channel Twenty Six (26) 27.265 AM  
Channel Twenty Seven (27) 27.275 AM  
Channel Twenty Eight (28) 27.285 AM  
Channel Twenty Nine (29) 27.295 AM Alternate
Channel Thirty (30) 27.305 AM  
Channel Thirty One (31) 27.315 AM  
Channel Thirty Two (32) 27.325 AM  
Channel Thirty Three (33) 27.335 AM  
Channel Thirty Four (34) 27.345 AM  
Channel Thirty Five (35) 27.355 AM  
Channel Thirty Six (36) 27.365 AM  
Channel Thirty Seven (37) 27.375 AM  
Channel Thirty Eight (38) 27.385 AM  
Channel Thirty Nine (39) 27.395 AM  
Channel Forty (40) 27.405 AM  

 

Office of the Emergency Coordinator
Daniel L. Shartle, N0JHU

 
 

As a volunteer organization, Sherburne County ARES welcomes any suggestions you might have to help us serve you better.

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