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Where can you find a list of frequencies for fire scanners?

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RadioReference.com lists local fire scanner frequencies in the United States. The website also lists radio frequencies for federal departments, police agencies, airports and ham-radio stations. It provides links to Internet rebroadcasts of selected police frequencies.

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To find local fire radio frequencies on RadioReference.com, click the Databases tab on top of the homepage. Click the desired location on the map, or use the search option. Users can also search FCC Licenses by state for more specific searches.

Broadcastify.com also provides a way to search for fire scanner frequencies. Simply enter the state, location and zip code, and the site provides a list of frequencies. National Radio Data also provides fire scanner frequencies. Look up those codes by selecting the Scanner Frequencies tab at the top of the home page and choosing a search method from the scanner frequencies page.

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