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Multiband Amateur Radio (Ham Radio), Scanner, Battery-powered, solar powered or wind-up used for police, fire, rescue, and other important services you may want to monitor.
Scanners for years have displayed the radio frequency of agencies.
You can always see 470.8375 in the display but with so many numbers coming up that can get frustrating over time.
The low-end scanners only display the radio frequency.
The mid-range and high-end also allow you to program from the front keypad of the scanner or via PC software,
If just going to tune in to your local police and fire department it probably doesn't matter whether you only see the frequency.
Handheld Tranceiver | Scanner
Handheld Tranceiver | Scanner
GPS Central - Icom IC-92AD specifications
Frequency coverage and
mode: ( unit MHz )
Transmit Receive (working range) Mode
144-148, 420-450*1 A band: 0.495-999.990
B band: 118-174, 350-470
*1 Guaranteed range, 144-148, 420-450 MHz.
*2 Receive only.
Number of channels 1304 channels including (100 program scan edges and 4 call channels)

Address; 4335 Steeles Ave. West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M3N 1V7
Phone: Local: 416-667-1000
Toll-Free: 1-866-666-8600
Fax: 416-667-9995

GPS Central - Serving registered police force

Nova Communications

Province of Ontario Radio Reference
All Counties in the Province of Ontario
Algoma District, Essex, Kawartha Lakes, Niagara, Peterborough, Timiskaming District, Brant, Frontenac, Kenora District, Nipissing District Prescott, Russell, United Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Lambton, Norfolk, Prince Edward, Waterloo, Carleton, Haldimand, Lanark, Northumberland, Rainy River District, Wellington, Chatham-Kent, Haliburton, Leeds, and Grenville, Ottawa, Renfrew, York, Cochrane District, Halton, Lennox and Addington, Oxford, Simcoe, Dufferin, Hamilton, Manitoulin District, Parry Sound District, Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry, Durham, Hastings, Middlesex, Peel, Sudbury District, Elgin, Huron, Muskoka District, Perth, Thunder Bay District.
https://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?stid=109 - Input Frequencies: SHOWN Toronto

All Amateur Radio Repeaters in Ontario

Radio frequencies and waves
RF Spectrum Ranges Frequency Spectrum
Range name Abbreviation
Frequency band
Frequency range WaveLength Application
Extremely Low Frequency ELF 30-300 Hz 104-103 km Human range frequency
Voice Frequency VF 300-3000 Hz 103-102 km Human range frequency
Very Low Frequency VLF 3-30 kHz 100-10 km Telegraphy, Human range frequency
Low Frequency LF 30-300 kHz 10-1 km Point to point, navigation
Medium Frequency MF 0.3-3 MHz 1-0.1 km AM Radio broadcast, maritime / aeronautical mobile
High Frequency HF 3-30 MHz 100-10 m Shortwave Broadcast Radio
Very High Frequency VHF 30-300 MHz 10-1 m Low band; TV band 1 - Channel 2-6,
Mid band; FM Radio,
High band; TV band 2 - Channel 7-13.
Ultra High Frequency UHF 300-3000 MHz 100-10 cm Mobile phone, Channel 14 - 70
Super High Frequency SHF 3-30 GHz 10-1 cm Satellite communication, C-band, X-band, Ku-band, Ka-band.
Extremely High Frequency EHF 30-300 GHz 10-1 mm Satellite, Radar system, IR, UV, X-Rays, Gamma Rays.

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