What frequency do most police use?

Public Safety Spectrum

Frequency MHz Available for Public Safety
25-50 MHz (VHF Low Band) 6.3 MHz
150-174 MHz (VHF High Band) 3.6 MHz [non-contiguous]
220-222 (220 MHz band) 0.1 MHz
450-470 (UHF Band) 3.7 MHz [non-contiguous]

Who uses the 800 MHz band?

800 MHz Spectrum Public safety radio systems (such as those used by police, firefighters and emergency medical technicians) operate in several portions of the 800 MHz band, which consists of spectrum at 806-824 MHz paired with spectrum at 851-869 MHz.

What radio channel do cops use?

39.46: This specific channel is used by state and local police forces for inter-department emergency communications. 47.42 : This channel is used for relief operations for the Red Cross. 52.525: If you want to listen in on ham radio operators in FM then this is the frequency you need to tune into.

What is an 800 MHz radio?

The 800 MHz frequency band is a portion of the electromagnetic spectrum, or frequency band, that encompasses 790–862 MHz. As such it is also referred to as “digital dividend” spectrum. In Europe and to some extent elsewhere, the band corresponds to UHF channel 61–69.

What is the 800 MHz band used for?

Land Mobile Radio for Public Safety. Public safety radio systems (such as those used by police, firefighters and emergency medical technicians) operate in several portions of the 800 MHz band, which consists of spectrum at 806-824 MHz paired with spectrum at 851-869 MHz.

Can a board be set to 800mhz and still run?

Same with a board that is set at 800mhz and you put in 1066mhz ram. It’ll all ways be set at 800mhz until you set it in bios.

Who are the administrators of the 800 MHz spectrum?

The 800 MHz NPSPAC spectrum is administered on a regional basis by 55 regional public safety planning committees. Below you will find a directory of regional planning committees.

Which is better, 800 or 667Mhz Ram?

RAM or FSB? 667MHz RAM makes sense on a Core2 system w/ an 800 or 1066 FSB, since you won’t have enough FSB bandwidth to keep up with DDR800, and only suffer a relatively small increase in latency. Pretty hard to believe no one has mentioned this yet.