Mellette County, South Dakota Digital Frequencies

Find new radio traffic with your digital radio scanner with this reference of 12 radio frequencies authorized for use in Mellette County, South Dakota. Frequencies are separated into two tables (conventional and trunked). For customized results, including data formatted for import into popular scanner programming software, visit the Digital Search Page.

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Conventional Frequencies

2 conventional voice frequencies including 2 DMR digital scanner frequencies are included in the table below. Frequencies are listed in the order of DMR -> NXDN -> P25 and sorted within each frequency type by Entity Name.

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FrequencyFrequency in Megahertz (MHz)
TypeClass Station Code (Transmitter Type)

MO – Mobile (includes handhelds)
FB – Base
FB2 – Mobile Relay (conventional repeater)
FB6 – Private Carrier for Profit
FB8 – Centralized Trunk Relay (Trunked System)
FBT – Temporary Base
FX1 – Control Station (Possibly Dispatch Center)

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PwrMax Output Power of Transmitter, Watts

Used to determine strength of RF signal and the likelihood of receiving the frequency
Entity NameThe licensee of the frequency.
Call SignClick the hyperlink to view full license information on the FCC website.
CityThe general location of the transmitter. Many licenses do not include this information—in such cases, the field will be blank.
SrvcRadio Service Code

Common examples:

PW - Public Safety, Conventional
IG - Industrial/Business, Conventional
YG - Industrial/Business, Trunked
YE - Public Safety, Trunked
SY - Public Safety, Trunked 700 MHz
Codes beginning with "Y" indicate trunked systems.

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Eligibility ActivityThis description is useful for determining the purpose and use of the radio frequency.
151.865DMRFB45Fairbanks, GeorgeWQUF761White RiverIGFarming and Ranching
151.865DMRMO45Fairbanks, GeorgeWQUF761White RiverIGFarming and Ranching

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Trunked Frequencies

10 trunked frequencies including 4 DMR and 6 P25 digital scanner frequencies are included in the table below. Trunked radio systems utilize a data channel and multiple voice frequencies. Frequencies are listed in the order of DMR -> NXDN -> P25 and sorted within each frequency type by Entity Name.

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FrequencyFrequency in Megahertz (MHz)
TypeClass Station Code (Transmitter Type)

MO – Mobile (includes handhelds)
FB – Base
FB2 – Mobile Relay (conventional repeater)
FB6 – Private Carrier for Profit
FB8 – Centralized Trunk Relay (Trunked System)
FBT – Temporary Base
FX1 – Control Station (Possibly Dispatch Center)

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PwrMax Output Power of Transmitter, Watts

Used to determine strength of RF signal and the likelihood of receiving the frequency
Entity NameThe licensee of the frequency.
Call Sign
& LOC#Click the hyperlink to view full license information on the FCC website. The frequency location (site) number is listed below the call sign.
CityThe general location of the transmitter. Many licenses do not include this information—in such cases, the field will be blank.
SrvcRadio Service Code

Common examples:

PW - Public Safety, Conventional
IG - Industrial/Business, Conventional
YG - Industrial/Business, Trunked
YE - Public Safety, Trunked
SY - Public Safety, Trunked 700 MHz
Codes beginning with "Y" indicate trunked systems.

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Eligibility ActivityThis description is useful for determining the purpose and use of the radio frequency.
451.35DMRFB8C100WESTERN COMMUNICATIONS INCWPNT262
LOC 4
MISSIONYKTO PROVIDE A TRUNKING RADIO SERVICE FOR AREA CUSTOMERS.
451.95DMRFB8C100WESTERN COMMUNICATIONS INCWPNT262
LOC 4
MISSIONYKTO PROVIDE A TRUNKING RADIO SERVICE FOR AREA CUSTOMERS.
452.325DMRFB8C100WESTERN COMMUNICATIONS INCWPNT262
LOC 4
MISSIONYKTO PROVIDE A TRUNKING RADIO SERVICE FOR AREA CUSTOMERS.
452.725DMRFB8C100WESTERN COMMUNICATIONS INCWPNT262
LOC 4
MISSIONYKTO PROVIDE A TRUNKING RADIO SERVICE FOR AREA CUSTOMERS.
159.705P25FB270BIT/State Radio Communications EngineeringWPWA687
LOC 1
WHITE RIVERYWSTATE GOVERNMENT PROVIDING POLICE, FIRE AND EMS SERVICES TO THE PUBLIC
155.475P25FB70BIT/State Radio Communications EngineeringWPWF209
LOC 1
WHITE RIVERYWSTATE GOVERNMENT PROVIDING POLICE, FIRE AND EMS SERVICES TO THE PUBLIC
156.015P25FB270BIT/State Radio Communications EngineeringWPWF209
LOC 1
WHITE RIVERYWSTATE GOVERNMENT PROVIDING POLICE, FIRE AND EMS SERVICES TO THE PUBLIC
156.15P25FB270BIT/State Radio Communications EngineeringWPWF209
LOC 1
WHITE RIVERYWSTATE GOVERNMENT PROVIDING POLICE, FIRE AND EMS SERVICES TO THE PUBLIC
159.195P25FB270BIT/State Radio Communications EngineeringWPWF209
LOC 1
WHITE RIVERYWSTATE GOVERNMENT PROVIDING POLICE, FIRE AND EMS SERVICES TO THE PUBLIC
159.435P25FB270BIT/State Radio Communications EngineeringWPWF209
LOC 1
WHITE RIVERYWSTATE GOVERNMENT PROVIDING POLICE, FIRE AND EMS SERVICES TO THE PUBLIC

These results were updated with the latest information from the FCC on Sunday, April 21, 2024 at 9:28pm CDT.

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