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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.
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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
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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.
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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
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Oklahoma City Area NOAA Weather Radio WXK85Online
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Oklahoma City Area Police and Fire
OKC EDACS ProVoice system
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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.
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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.
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W5DEL 443.3000 MHz Repeater and Allstar Node 28941Online
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W5IAS Tulsa UHF Link System - Multi-County SkyWarnOnline
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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
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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).
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WX5OKC 145.4100 MHz Repeater
Linked to the KB5LLI (147.045MHz) system in south-west and south-central Oklahoma.
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