|Deer Creek Fire||Online|
|East Central OK Railroads|
Monitoring East Central Oklahoma Railroad radio traffic from the Wellston Okla. area. Including BNSF, Union Pacific as well as SLWC. Sometimes KCC in far east OK. The feed is a Kenwood TKR-730, a 6 db antenna at 60 feet, fed with LMR-400.
|Edmond Police and Fire|
(( Stereo Feed )) Edmond PD - Left Channel / Edmond Fire, UCO PD, Oak Cliff and Deer Creek VFD's, and other agencies as applicable - Right Channel
|K5EOK EARS Repeaters|
EARS - Edmond Amateur Radio Society Repeaters. - VHF 2m (147.1350 MHz +) LEFT Channel, and - UHF 70cm (443.4250 MHz +) RIGHT Channel. A public service of EARS/K5EOK operating from Edmond, OK serving Oklahoma County and central Oklahoma.
|North Central Oklahoma Fire and Rescue|
Payne County: Stillwater Fire; Cushing Fire; Perkins Fire; OK Fire 1; Payne County fire East and West; Tri-County Fire; Lifenet EMS. Stillwater EM 1. Lincoln County: Lincoln Fire, & Carney Tac, Chandler Fire. Logan County Fire. Oklahoma Count
|Oklahoma City Area NOAA Weather Radio WXK85||Online|
|Oklahoma City Area Police and Fire|
OKC EDACS ProVoice system
|Oklahoma City Fire|
Fire Alert, Fire Ops, TAC 1 thru TAC 9, Media Channel, and Will Rogers World Airport ARFF. Fire Alert is the Primary. This feed has been updated to the new P25 Radio System.
|W5DEL 146.7000 MHz Repeater and Allstar Link / Echolink Nodes|
W5DEL 146.7000 repeater in Del City. This repeater is both Allstar Link Node 46810 and Echolink Node 164667. It covers the Oklahoma City metro area.
|W5DEL 443.3000 MHz Repeater and Allstar Node 28941||Online|
|W5IAS Tulsa UHF Link System - Multi-County SkyWarn||Online|
|W5MWC 444.000 MHz Repeater|
This repeater is located in Midwest City, OK. It is on 444.000MHz, + offset, 151.4 tone. It is the primary repeater for the Mid-Del Amateur Radio Club (W5MWC). Listen into the Saturday Night Net every Saturday at 8pm CT For more information about
|WD5AII 147.030 MHz Repeater|
This repeater is located in NE Oklahoma City, OK on the 1530 foot tower of KFOR. 147.030 MHz, + offset, 167.9 tone. This repeater covers the greater Oklahoma City metro. Brought to you by the Mid-Del ARC (W5MWC) in cooperation with Edmond ARC (WD5AII).
|WX5OKC 145.4100 MHz Repeater |
Linked to the KB5LLI (147.045MHz) system in south-west and south-central Oklahoma.