|146.520 MHz 2m SX // via KM6IAU Yucca Valley||0 Listeners|
|146.790 MHz W6BA // via KM6IAU Yucca Valley|
This feed is an Allstar node (#503088) connected to a radio tuned to our local amateur radio repeater transmitting on 146.790MHz in Yucca Valley, CA.
|446.000 MHz 70cm SX // via KM6IAU Yucca Valley||0 Listeners|
|BNSF and Union Pacific: Cajon and Mojave Subs - Phelan, CA Area||1 Listeners|
|BNSF and Union Pacific: Cajon/Needles Subs/Barstow Yard - Barstow, Daggett, Yermo, CA Area||0 Listeners|
|BNSF Needles Sub: Goffs, CA Wide-Area||0 Listeners|
|BNSF Needles Sub: Needles Yard and Area||0 Listeners|
|CalFire BDU2 Tone 3|
Covering Daggett, Yermo, & Newberry Springs. Portions of Phelan, Lucerne Valley and Apple Valley can be heard on this feed.
|California Fire Special 1|
Special Events Feed: Will be activated only during large special events such as wildland incidents around the state.
|Calnet Repeater System|
The Calnet Repeater Group is a multi linked amateur radio Repeater System covering most of California and parts of Nevada. The system consists of numerous fulltime RF linked 440 MHz repeaters connecting San Diego to San Francisco and Lake Tahoe.
Copper (39.26 MHz), Blue-1, CHP AM airband channels. Covers mountains, and SB Valleys. E. of I-15, North of Riverside & the Cajon Pass. Caltrans [CT] streamed when weather conditions exist. Status CT=ON
|K6MWT 147.4350 MHz Los Angeles Renegade Repeater|
The "435" repeater is famous for lively discussion on controversial subjects. Located in Southern California on Santiago Peak (5,600 feet), the repeater covers Orange County, Los Angeles, San Diego and the Inland Empire.
|KE6TZG 146.3850 MHz Keller Peak Repeater|
The Keller Peak Repeater Association is dedicated to serving our community via Ham Radio. KPRA owns and operates an open amateur radio repeater, located on Keller Peak at approximately 8,000 feet, in the San Bernardino, California, mountains.
|Northern California Major Incident|
Mendocino Ca. Lightning Complex: Focus on Air Traffic including other Incidents within range.
|RemotelyLocated HERD1 Feed 1|
This Feed is Provided by Remotely Located Critical Infrastructure. Deployed to the Shasta-Trinity National Forest South Fork Complex
|RemotelyLocated HERD1 Feed 2|
This Feed is Provided by Remotely Located Critical Infrastructure. Deployed to the Six Rivers National Forest SRF Lightning Complex
|RemotelyLocated HERD2 Feed 2||Offline|
|San Bernardino County Fire - High Desert|
San Bernardino Co - Victor Valley area Digital 700mhz & VHF FIRE/rescue channels click on "details/info" for additional.
|San Bernardino County Fire - Mountains|
San Bernardino Co - Mountains area Digital 700mhz click on "details/info" for additional.
|San Bernardino County Fire - Valley|
Fire/Rescue P25 digital talkgroups used in the Valley areas of San Bernardino County. Upland, Chino, Fontana, Montclair, Rialto, San Bernardino, Colton, Redlands, Loma Linda, Mentone, San Manuel
|San Bernardino County Fire and EMS - South Desert Morongo Basin|
MORONGO BASIN- Fire/EMS (SBCo FIRE/CAL-FIRE)
|San Bernardino County Fire, Cal Fire and USFS||4 Listeners|
|W6BA 146.790 MHz - Yucca Valley - Morongo Basin Linked Repeater System||0 Listeners|
|WIN System Amateur Repeater Network|
The WIN System is a network of over 70 Amateur Radio repeaters covering a large part of California as well as regions in Canada and 11 other States. Due to the size this system. Please DO NOT use this streaming audio service for performing a radio chec