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United States NXDN Frequency Search
To search, enter your county and state (two letter abbreviation). Click here for a list of all counties and other jurisdictions that you may search. Please see the information below the search form for more information about this search tool.
Information about the NXDN search tool:
- The frequencies in this database contain at least one emission designator associated with NXDN voice use, including trunking.
- Many of the frequencies in this database contain multiple emission designators in addition to NXDN voice. These frequencies might be carrying data only or analog FM voice traffic, for instance.
- This FCC license data is updated every week on Sunday. The licenses for all frequencies in the database were active as of the date listed at the bottom of the search result page. Frequencies for non-active licenses are excluded from the search results.
- The database contains approximately 290,000 frequencies authorized to use NXDN voice.
- The data is from the FCC Land Mobile - Commercial and Land Mobile - Private, Land Mobile - Broadcast, and Market databases.
- To view frequencies with a statewide area of operation, leave the county field blank. To view frequencies with a nationwide or "other" area of operation, leave both the county and state fields blank.
- As a condition of using this website, users of this website assume all risk and will comply with all applicable laws regulating radio scanning. Every attempt is made to make this database complete and accurate; however, it is meant for educational and hobby purposes only. Please use the official FCC License Search for any critical, regulatory, or professional applications.
I designed this search to be simple and quick. I hope it is useful to you. You can copy and paste directly from the results to a spreadsheet. If you have any questions or suggestions, please do not hesitate to email me at Justin@DigitalFrequencySearch.com.