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Sunday , October 22, 2017


MABAS Wisconsin Interoperable Frequencies

The following is the proposed MABAS Wisconsin Frequency priority list. We would suggest starting at the top and working your way down the list putting as many frequencies as possible in your radios. It is not so important what channel the frequency is on as it is important to at least have the frequency in the radio. Each individual radio will dictate how many channels can be programmed. Sixteen channel radios should make every effort to include the eight MABAS Channels plus as many MARC channels as possible. Thirty two and forty eight channel radios should have no problem accomodating the entire list below. We are flexible but this makes the most sense. Fire or EMS apparatus from SE Wisconsin could travel to NW Wisconsin and have the ability to communicate with local fire departments on both mobile and hand held radios if we all at least have the MABAS and MARC frequencies programmed. The list is consistent with the IC recommendations for what frequencies should be included in radios. Any radio equipment purchased with DHS grants must have these frequencies programmed.

MABAS Wisconsin strongly urges that all acquisitions of VHF mobile and portable radios be capable of APCO Project 25 digital programming in preparation for use on WISCOM, the Statewide VHF Interoperability Trunking System which is now up and running. Better yet your VHF radios should be flashed for Digital Trunking when you purchase them to avoid the need to upgrade later.

MABAS Wisconsin also strongly urges all Fire Departments within each Division to check and MAKE SURE your mobile and portable radios are Narrow Band

For those Counties utilizing 800 MHz radios the 800 MHz tactical frequencies are listed below. 8TACRED, 8TACWHITE, and 8TACBLUE are primarily for Fire, and 8TACBLACK, 8TACGOLD, and 8TACGRAY are primarily for Law Enforcement. These frequencies are not subject to rebanding.



IFERN
154.2650
210.7
IFERN Alerting Tones
A = 1082 hz
B = 701 Hz
FG RED
153.8300
69.3
FG WHITE
154.2800
74.4
FG BLUE
154.2950
85.4
FG GOLD
153.8375
91.5
FG BLACK
154.2725
94.8
FG GRAY
154.2875
136.5
IFERN 2
154.3025
67.0
MARC 1
Rx 151.280
Tx 153.845
136.5
MARC 2 / Landing Zone Coordination
151.2800
136.5
MARC 3
154.0100
71.9
MARC 4
154.1300
82.5
VCALL 10
155.7525
156.7
VTAC 11
151.1375
156.7
VTAC 12
154.4525
156.7
VTAC 13
158.7375
156.7
VTAC 14
159.4725
156.7
VTAC 36 Repeater
Rx 151.1375
Tx 159.4725
136.5
EMS A
155.4000
D156
WEM Car to Car
156.0000
136.5
VLAW 31 (WISPERN)
155.4750
156.7
POINT
155.3700
146.2
EMS B
155.3400
D156
EMS C
155.2800
D156
NAT SAR (National Search/Rescue)
155.1600
127.3
US Coast Guard Ch 16
156.8000
US Coast Guard Ch 21
157.0500
US Coast Guard Ch 22
157.1000
US Coast Guard Ch 23
157.1500
--- 800 MHZ Simplex ---
8TACRED
851.4500
156.7
8TACWHITE
851.9500
156.7
8TACBLUE
852.4500
156.7
8TACGOLD
852.9500
156.7
8TACBLACK
853.4500
156.7
8CALL90D (Direct)
851.0125
156.7
8TAC91D (Direct)
851.5125
156.7
8TAC92D (Direct)
852.0125
156.7
8TAC93D (Direct)
852.5125
156.7
8TAC94D (Direct)
853.0125
156.7
Weather Channels
WX 1 - Chicago
162.5500
WX 2 - Milwaukee
162.4000
WX 3
162.4750
WX 4
162.4250
WX 5
162.4500
WX 6
162.5000
WX 7
162.5250
-- WISCOM Talk Groups Now Available --
SCALL 1 - Statewide Monitored
STAC 2 - Statewide
STAC 3 - Statewide
STAC 4 - Statewide
STAC 5 - Statewide
STAC 6 - Statewide
STAC 7 - Statewide
STAC 8 - Statewide Testing
RCALL11 / RTAC 12-14 - SW WEM Region
RCALL21 / RTAC 22-24 - SE WEM Region
RCALL31 / RTAC32-34 - EC WEM Region
RCALL41 / RTAC 42-44 - NE WEM Region
RCALL51 / RTAC 52-54 - WC WEM Region
RCALL61 / RTAC 62-64 - NW WEM Region
MABAS 1 & 2 - Statewide Coordination
Updated 08/01/2016


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