Radio Frequencies For The Bergen County, New Jersey Area




System B Trunked Radio|SPEN|Non-Trunked|DEP|Palisades Interstate Police|Attorney Genral|National

The New Jersey State Police owns and operates a Motorola Type II mixed analog and digital trunking system. The system is split into 3 separate systems, System A (Southern portion of NJ), System B (Northern portion of NJ) and System C (Central NJ).+/p>

SYSTEM B (NORTH) TRUNKED RADIO SYSTEM

Frequency

Voice

Control

851.3125

X

X

852.2375

X

X

856.9625

X

857.4625

X

857.9625

X

X

858.9625

X

857.9625

X

X

858.4625

X

858.9625

X

X

859.4625

X

 

859.9625

X

X

860.4625

X

860.9625

X

X

 

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Statewide Police Emergency Network (S.P.E.N.)

All police departments in New Jersey have bases on the S.P.E.N. frequencies. Also selected mobile units and handheld radios are programmed with these frequencies to allow communications between town, county, and state agencies. Towns leave the PL open on the receive side. Some Bergen County police & fire departments use SPEN 2 & SPEN 4 for tactical use.

 

Frequency

Description

PL

154.6800 SPEN-1: Common Frequency for Inter-Agency Communications. 131.8
155.4750 SPEN-2: National Police Emergency Frequency/Backup for SPEN-1. None
154.7250 SPEN-3: Non-Emergency Inter-Agency Communications. 131.8
153.7850

SPEN-4: PD /FD/ EMS  / OEM Common Frequency.

131.8

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Non-trunked State Frequencies

Frequency

Description

PL

857.0875 Parkway Maintenance/Toll Booths North 151.4
858.0875 Parkway Maintenance/Toll Booths South 151.4
454.1500 Northern New Jersey Tactical Repeater 141.3
453.4750 Hackensack Meadowlands Development Commission 156.7
155.3250 NJ Search and Rescue 173.8
155.1600 National Search and Rescue 173.8
852.7375 Garden State Arts Center 156.7
853.8625 Garden State Arts Center 156.7
155.8950 Ramapo College Security 156.7
156.0150 Ramapo College Security 156.7
462.7500 Ramapo College 156.7
468.8875 Ramapo College Security 156.7

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Department of Environmental Pretection Frequencies-- Division A

Frequency

Description

PL

151.1900 DEP 1 "StWide" 179.9
159.3000 NJ DEP 2 Operations "OPS" 179.9
151.3250 NJ DEP 3 Fish/Wildlife Main "DFW" 179.9
159.3450 NJ DEP 4 Fish/Wildlife "DFW" 179.9
159.4650

NJ DEP 5 "Parks"

179.9
159.3750 NJ DEP Forest Fire Main "Pri" (FF F-6) 179.9
151.4150 NJ DEP Forestry Division A "7 For A"(FF F-7) 179.9
159.2400 NJ DEP Forestry Fireground "7A FG" 82.5
151.2650 NJ DEP "7B" Tac 82.5
151.4750 NJ DEP "8 For B" Forestry Division B 179.9
159.27000 NJ DEP "8A FG" 82.5
151.4750 NJ DEP 8B Tac 82.5
159.4050 NJ DEP 9A Fireground 179.9
151.4150 NJ DEP 9B Tac 82.5
151.2650 NJ DEP 9 C Divison 179.9
159.2850 NJ DEP 10 Interstate Air Net (FF F-10) 179.9
159.4350 NJ DEP 11 Investigation (FF F-10) 179.9
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Palisades Interstate Police +
Frequency Description PL/DPL

155.4525

New Jersey Patrol

D265

154.8900

New York Patrol

151.4

156.1050

Administration

151.4

37.9400

Maintenance

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155.4300

Northern Valley Police

151.4

+= New Jersey and New York do separate patrols
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Frequency

PL

470.0875 186.2
470.1625 156.7
470.2375 156.7
500.1625 156.7
500.2375 156.7
500.2625 156.7
506.1125 156.7
506.1625 156.7
506.2125 156.7
506.2625 156.7

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National Low Band/ VHF/UHF/ 800MHz Frequencies

The "V-Tac" and "U-Tac" frequencies are new nationwide interoperability channels.   They are narrowband only and interoperability is the primary use for these channels.  They specifically are not to be used for  communications internal to one agency but rather for multiple agencies, be they neighboring towns or from different parts of the country to  talk to each other even if they don't have any other common channels. Agencies make contact on the calling frequency and then switch to a "Tac" channel to communicate.

 

Frequency

Description

PL

39.4600 LB Tac Law 1 156.7
39.8400 LB TAC Fire 2 156.7
45.8600 LB TAC Law 3 156.7
45.8800 LB TAC Fire 4 156.7

 

Frequency

Description

PL

155.7525 VCALL10 156.7
151.1375 VTAC 11 156.7
154.4525 VTAC 12 156.7
158.7375 VTAC13 156.7
159.4725 VTAC 14 156.7
161.8500 VTAC17 156.7
154.2800 VFIRE21 156.7
154.2650 VFIRE22 156.7
154.2950 VFIRE23 156.7
154.2725 VFIRE24 156.7
154.2875 VFIRE25 156.7
154.3025 VFIRE26 156.7
155.3400 VMED28 156.7
155.3475 VMED29 156.7
155.4750 VLAW31 156.7
155.4825 VLAW32 156.7

 

Frequency

Description

PL

851.0125 Calling 156.7
851.5125 I-TAC 1 156.7
852.0125 I-TAC 2 156.7
852.5125 I-TAC 3 156.7
853.0125 I-TAC 4 156.7
851.7750 I-TAC 5 (New Jersey only) 156.7

 

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