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Public Safety


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Common Public Safety
Law Enforcement

Frequency  License  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
155.37000    BM LERN Law Enforcement Intersystem  FMN  Law Tac 
173.07500    BM LoJack LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery System  Telm  Data 

Search and Rescue
Typical rescue beacon radios transmit a 5 watt signal for 0.5 second once every 50 seconds. Most of these terminals sold since 1997 include a GPS receiver so they can report precise GPS lat-lon location. Aircraft distress radiobeacons (ELTs) are automatically activated by g-force switches that detect sudden deceleration during a crash, while maritime radiobeacons (EPIRBs) are normally activated by contact with sea water. The "406 MHz" distress radiobeacon band is 100 kHz wide and centered at 406.05 MHz. Individual beacons transmit in assigned 3 kHz channels
Frequency  License  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
406.05000    M C-S Beacon A Cospas-Sarsat Rescue Beacons A  Telm  Data 
406.02500    M C-S Beacon B Cospas-Sarsat Rescue Beacons Ch. B  Telm  Data 
406.02800    M C-S Beacon C Cospas-Sarsat Rescue Beacons Ch. C  Telm  Data 
406.03700    M C-S Beacon F Cospas-Sarsat Rescue Beacons Ch. F  Telm  Data 
406.04000    M C-S Beacon G Cospas-Sarsat Rescue Beacons Ch. G  Telm  Data 


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