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OHP uses two pairs of low band frequencies state-wide. They call the low band channels sides rather than channels. The cars use one of the frequencies in the pair and the base uses the other. The cars can use the base frequency to talk car to car without the dispatcher receiving the transmissions. You must monitor both frequencies to hear the conversation provided you are in range of the mobile radio.

These frequencies are often linked to a series of VHF and UHF repeaters in the troop area. The mobile relays repeat the cars. The base relays repeat the base. Different troops use different pairs to avoid interference, but any of the sides can be used statewide.

The following is the programming for low band radios in OHP cars:

Side 1 - Receives 44.700, Transmits 44.700 - Car to Car

Side 2 - Receives 44.700, Transmits 44.900 - Car to Base

Side 3 - Receives 45.220, Transmits 45.220 - Car to Car

Side 4 - Receives 45.220, Transmits 45.180 - Car to Base


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Oklahoma Highway Patrol
Statewide

Most OHP car-to-car traffic is on low band, 44.70 MHz and 45.22 MHz (see above) but these are also used

Frequency  License  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
855.98750  KNJA691  M 77.0 PL OHP Direct OHP Direct - Car to Car  FM  Law Tac 
154.93500  KNNU866  M 114.8 PL OHP Car2Car OHP VHF -- Car to Car (some troops also have a base on this frequency)  FMN  Law Tac 
122.85000  19003FLT  M CSQ OHP Aircraft OHP Aircraft -- Used to coordinate various aircraft during operations (including media helicopters)  AM  Aircraft 
42.60000  KA6474  BM OHP LowBand OHP Low Band  FM  Law Tac 
42.32000  KA6474  BM OHP LowBand OHP Low Band  FM  Law Tac 
453.05000  WQME241  BM OHP Robot OHP Bomb Robot  Telm  Other 
458.05000  WQME241  M OHP Robot OHP Bomb Robot  Telm  Other 

Troop A - Oklahoma City
Troop A located in Oklahoma City covers Oklahoma, Lincoln, Logan, Pottawatomie, Canadian, McClain and Cleveland counties

OKWIN -- Oklahoma Wireless Interoperability Network    
Motorola Type II SmartZone    
OHP Troop A is primarily on this system. However, the Low Band VHF frequencies are still used for car-to-car transmissions and for areas where 800 Mhz coverage is poor.
OKWIN -- Oklahoma Wireless Interoperability Network Project 25    
Project 25 Phase I    
This system is replacing the analog system above. As the system is built out, Troop A will be on this system also

Frequency  License  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
44.70000  KKC883  BM 77.0 PL OHP Side 1 Dispatch Side 1  FM  Law Dispatch 
44.90000  KA6474  M 77.0 PL OHP Side 2 Mobile Side 2  FM  Law Dispatch 
45.22000  KKC883  BM 77.0 PL OHP Side 3 Dispatch Side 3  FM  Law Dispatch 
45.18000  KA6474  M 77.0 PL OHP Side 4 Mobile Side 4  FM  Law Dispatch 
154.90500  KYU30  M OHP CarRelay Geary Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
155.44500  WBC688  M 118.8 PL OHP CarRelay Crescent Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
462.27500  WGC789  M 71.9 PL OHP CarRelay Tecumseh Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
467.27500  WGC790  M OHP CarRelay Lexington Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 

Troop B - Tulsa
Troop B located in Tulsa covers Creek, Tulsa, Okmulgee and Rogers counties.

OKWIN -- Oklahoma Wireless Interoperability Network Project 25    
Project 25 Phase I    
OHP is transitioning to this system in the Troop B area
OKWIN -- Oklahoma Wireless Interoperability Network    
Motorola Type II SmartZone    
OHP Troop B is primarily on this system. However, the Low Band VHF frequencies are still used for car-to-car transmissions and for areas where 800 Mhz coverage is poor.

Frequency  License  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
44.70000  KHH73  BM 77.0 PL OHP Side 1 Dispatch Side 1  FM  Law Dispatch 
44.90000  KA6474  M 77.0 PL OHP Side 2 Mobile Side 2  FM  Law Dispatch 
45.22000  KA6474  BM 77.0 PL OHP Side 3 Dispatch Side 3  FM  Law Dispatch 
45.18000  KA6474  M 77.0 PL OHP Side 4 Mobile Side 4  FM  Law Dispatch 
155.31000  KHH73  F 94.8 PL OHP Troop B Link to Bristow Base Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
154.90500  KNCE511  M 77.0 PL OHP CarRelay Bristow Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
155.44500  KHH73  M 107.2 PL OHP CarRelay Okmulgee Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
155.46000  KOO51  M 107.2 PL OHP CarRelay Claremore Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 

Troop C - Muskogee
Troop C located in Muskogee covers Muskogee, Adair, Cherokee, Haskell, McIntosh, Sequoyah and Wagoner counties

OKWIN -- Oklahoma Wireless Interoperability Network Project 25    
Project 25 Phase I    
OHP Troop C is primarily on this system. However, the Low Band VHF frequencies are still used for car-to-car transmissions and for areas where 800 Mhz coverage is poor.
OKWIN -- Oklahoma Wireless Interoperability Network    
Motorola Type II SmartZone    
This analog system is being replaced by the system above. During the transition, Troop C will be on this system also

Frequency  License  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
44.70000  KVP598  BM 77.0 PL OHP Side 1 Dispatch Side 1  FM  Law Dispatch 
44.90000  KA6474  M 77.0 PL OHP Side 2 Mobile Side 2  FM  Law Dispatch 
155.31000  WSZ44  F 88.5 PL OHP Troop C Link to Salisaw Base Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
154.92000  KNAL229  BM OHP CarRelay Sallisaw Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
467.27500  WFR392  BM OHP CarRelay Porum Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 

Troop D - McAlester

Troop D located in McAlester covers Pittsburg, Hughes, Seminole, Latimer, LeFlore and Okfuskee counties

 

Frequency  License  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
45.22000  KKC489  M 77.0 PL OHP Side 3 Dispatch Side 3  FM  Law Dispatch 
45.18000  KA6474  M 77.0 PL OHP Side 4 Mobile Side 4  FM  Law Dispatch 
154.68000  KLA44  F 94.8 PL OHP Troop D Link to Daisy Base Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
154.92000  WPKA550  BM 123.0 PL OHP CarRelay Daisy Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
155.44500  KKN97  BM 77.0 PL OHP CarRelay Wewoka Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
159.21000  KKB40  BM OHP CarRelay Poteau Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 

Troop E - Durant

Troop E located in Durant covers Atoka, Bryan, Coal, Marshall, McCurtain, and Pushmataha counties

 

OKWIN -- Oklahoma Wireless Interoperability Network Project 25    
Project 25 Phase I    
Much of Troop E is on this system. However, the Low Band VHF frequencies are still used for car-to-car transmissions and much of the southeast part of the state where 800 Mhz coverage is poor.
OKWIN -- Oklahoma Wireless Interoperability Network    
Motorola Type II SmartZone    
this analog system is being replaced by the system above. During the transition, Troop E also uses this system.

Frequency  License  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
44.70000  KKC884  BM 77.0 PL OHP Side 1 Dispatch Side 1  FM  Law Dispatch 
44.90000  KA6474  M 77.0 PL OHP Side 2 Mobile Side 2  FM  Law Dispatch 
154.92000  WPRU920  F 118.8 PL OHP Troop E Link to Broken Bow Base Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
155.31000  KNT23  F 88.5 PL OHP CarRelay Link to Antlers Base Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
457.67500  KNDZ364  F 94.8 PL OHP Troop E Link to Stringtown Base Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
154.69500  WPRU920  M 77.0 PL OHP CarRelay Broken Bow Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
155.44500  WQFS447  M 88.5 PL OHP CarRelay Madill Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
159.21000  KKQ32  M 88.5 PL OHP CarRelay Antlers Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
452.67500  KNDZ363  M 94.8 PL OHP CarRelay Stringtown Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 

Troop F - Ardmore

Troop F located in Ardmore covers Carter, Love, Murray, Garvin, Johnston and Pontotoc counties

 

OKWIN -- Oklahoma Wireless Interoperability Network Project 25    
Project 25 Phase I    
OHP Troop F is primarily on this system. However, the Low Band VHF frequencies are still used for car-to-car transmissions and for areas where 800 Mhz coverage is poor.
OKWIN -- Oklahoma Wireless Interoperability Network    
Motorola Type II SmartZone    
This analog system is being replaced by the system above. During the tranisition, Troop F uses this system also

Frequency  License  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
45.22000  KVF709  BM 77.0 PL OHP Side 3 Dispatch Side 3  FM  Law Dispatch 
45.18000  KA6474  M 77.0 PL OHP Side 4 Moblie Side 4  FM  Law Dispatch 
155.31000  WRV61  F 114.8 PL OHP Troop F Link to Stratford Base Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
154.69500  WBE342  BM 114.8 PL OHP CarRelay Stratford Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
155.44500  WDF954  BM 100.0 PL OHP CarRelay Connerville Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
460.42500  WBY444  BM 100.0 PL OHP CarRelay Thackerville Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 

Troop G - Lawton

Troop G located in Lawton covers Caddo, Comanche, Cotton, Grady, Jefferson and Stephens counties

 

OKWIN -- Oklahoma Wireless Interoperability Network    
Motorola Type II SmartZone    
OHP Troop G is primarily on this system. However, the Low Band VHF frequencies are still used for car-to-car transmissions and for areas where 800 Mhz coverage is poor.

Frequency  License  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
44.70000  KKC888  BM 77.0 PL OHP Side 1 Dispatch Side 1  FM  Law Dispatch 
44.90000  KA6474  M 77.0 PL OHP Side 2 Mobile Side 2  FM  Law Dispatch 
155.31000  WJU21  F OHP Troop G Link to Chickasha Base Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
457.67500  KNFR257  F 123.0 PL OHP Troop G Link to Binger Base Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
154.90500  KHI27  M OHP CarRelay Velma Mobile Repeater  FMN  Law Dispatch 
155.44500  WJU20  M 88.5 PL OHP CarRelay Chickasha Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
452.67500  KNFR261  M OHP CarRelay Binger Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 

Troop H - Clinton

Troop H located in Clinton covers Beckham, Custer, Dewey, Roger Mills and Washita counties

 

OKWIN -- Oklahoma Wireless Interoperability Network    
Motorola Type II SmartZone    
Most troop H communication is on low band, but this system is in use in the eastern portions of the troop

Frequency  License  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
44.70000  KKC882  BM 100.0 PL OHP Side 1 Dispatch Side 1  FM  Law Dispatch 
44.90000  KA6474  M 100.0 PL OHP Side 2 Mobile Side 2  FM  Law Dispatch 
154.93500  WNMV671  RM 71.9 PL OHP Troop H OHP Clinton  FMN  Law Dispatch 
465.42500  KRP91  F 71.9 PL OHP Troop H Cheyenne Base Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
154.90500  KYU30  M OHP CarRelay Geary Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
159.21000  WPTY409  M 151.4 PL OHP CarRelay Elk City Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
460.27500  WRE234  M 131.8 PL OHP CarRelay Vici Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
460.42500  WAN539  M 71.9 PL OHP CarRelay Cheyenne Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 

Troop I - Guymon

Troop I located in Guymon covers Beaver, Cimarron, Ellis, Harper, Texas, and Woodward counties

 

Frequency  License  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
44.70000  KKB469  BM 77.0 PL OHP Side 1 Dispatch Side 1  FM  Law Dispatch 
44.90000  KA6474  M 77.0 PL OHP Side 2 Mobile Side 2  FM  Law Dispatch 
155.31000  KJZ51  F OHP Troop I Link to Boise City Base Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
155.31000  KJZ51  F OHP Troop I Link to Slapout and Woodward Base Relays  FMN  Law Dispatch 
467.27500  WGC758  M 107.2 PL OHP Troop I Slapout link from Guymon to Woodward Base Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
159.21000  WBT86  M OHP CarRelay Boise City Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
159.21000  KJZ74  M 110.9 PL OHP CarRelay Slapout Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
462.27500  WGC757  M 107.2 PL OHP CarRelay Woodward Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 

Troop J - Enid

Troop J located in Enid covers Alfalfa, Blaine, Garfield, Grant, Kingfisher, Major and Woods counties.

 

OKWIN -- Oklahoma Wireless Interoperability Network    
Motorola Type II SmartZone    
OHP Troop J uses this system. However, the Low Band VHF frequencies are still used for car-to-car transmissions and for areas where 800 Mhz coverage is poor.

Frequency  License  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
45.22000  KKT75  BM 77.0 PL OHP Side 3 Dispatch Side 3  FM  Law Dispatch 
45.18000  KA6474  M 77.0 PL OHP Side 4 Mobile Side 4  FM  Law Dispatch 
155.31000  KKT75  F 167.9 PL OHP Troop J Link to Waynoka Base Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
457.72500  KKT75  F OHP Troop J Link to Canton Base Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
159.21000  KNIA599  M OHP CarRelay Waynoka Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
452.72500  WNFX945  M 77.0 PL OHP CarRelay Canton Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 

Troop K - Perry

Troop K located in Perry covers Kay, Noble, Osage, Pawnee, and Payne counties

 

OKWIN -- Oklahoma Wireless Interoperability Network    
Motorola Type II SmartZone    
OHP Troop K is primarily on this system. However, the Low Band VHF frequencies are still used for car-to-car transmissions and for areas where 800 Mhz coverage is poor.

Frequency  License  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
44.70000  WQFS594  BM 77.0 PL OHP Side 1 Dispatch Side 1  FM  Law Dispatch 
44.90000  KA6474  M 77.0 PL OHP Side 2 Mobile Side 2  FM  Law Dispatch 
457.67500  KNFP450  F OHP Troop K Link to Pawhuska Base Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
154.69500  WGC306  M 82.5 PL OHP CarRelay Turley Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
159.21000  KKS52  M 77.0 PL OHP CarRelay Blackwell Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
452.67500  KNFP451  M OHP CarRelay Pawhuska Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 

Troop L - Vinita

Troop L located in Vinita covers Washington, Nowata, Craig, Ottawa, Mayes and Delaware counties.

 

OKWIN -- Oklahoma Wireless Interoperability Network    
Motorola Type II SmartZone    
OHP Troop L is primarily on this system. However, the Low Band VHF frequencies are still used for car-to-car transmissions and for areas where 800 Mhz coverage is poor.
OKWIN -- Oklahoma Wireless Interoperability Network Project 25    
Project 25 Phase I    
Troop L is transitioning to this digital system

Frequency  License  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
45.22000  KKY345  BM 77.0 PL OHP Side 3 Dispatch Side 3  FM  Law Dispatch 
45.18000  KA6474  M 77.0 PL OHP Side 4 Mobiles Side 4  FM  Law Dispatch 
154.68000  KHW55  F 82.5 PL OHP Troop L Bartlesville Base Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
154.92000  WCR262  M OHP CarRelay Jay Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
155.44500  KOO50  M OHP CarRelay Bartlesville Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 

Troop M - Altus

Troop M located in Altus covers Jackson, Greer, Harmon, Kiowa and Tillman counties.

 

OKWIN -- Oklahoma Wireless Interoperability Network    
Motorola Type II SmartZone    
OHP Troop M is primarily on this system. However, the Low Band VHF frequencies are still used for car-to-car transmissions and for areas where 800 Mhz coverage is poor.

Frequency  License  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
45.22000  WZJ264  BM 77.0 PL OHP Side 3 Dispatch Side 3  FM  Law Dispatch 
45.18000  KA6474  M 77.0 PL OHP Side 4 Mobile SIde 4  FM  Law Dispatch 
457.27500  KNEE238  F OHP Troop M Link to Hobart Base Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
452.72500  KNEE237  M OHP CarRelay Hobart Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
462.27500  WFX439  M 114.8 PL OHP CarRelay Mangum Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
467.27500  WFX438  M OHP CarRelay Frederick Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 


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