Fort Sill Comanche County (OK)
From The RadioReference Wiki
The following frequencies are not listed in the database. If you can confirm any of them please submit the information and remove them from this list.
Freq Type Tone Mode - Description 34.2000 BM 150.0 PL FM - unknown ops 34.3500 BM 150.0 PL FM - Range Ops 39.4500 BM 150.0 PL FM - unknown ops 41.8000 BM 150.0 PL FM - unknown ops 42.6000 BM 150.0 PL FM - unknown ops 49.7000 BM 150.0 PL FM - unknown ops 119.4500 BM AM - Fort Sill Final Controller GCA 123.0250 BM AM - Range Ops freq for civilian Air Evac helicopters 123.1250 BM AM - Range Ops freq for civilian Air Evac helicopters 126.2000 BM AM - Fort Sill Flight Following Primary 140.9000 BM AM - Falcon Range VHF Secondary (old?) 141.3625 F CSQ FM - unknown data 143.1250 BM AM - Range Ops freq for civilian Air Evac helicopters 143.7500 BM AM - Quanah/Falcon Range Primary VHF 148.8750 BM AM - Quanah/Falcon Range? air ops 149.7250 F CSQ FM - unknown data 263.2000 BM AM - Fort Sill Final Controller GCA 268.8000 BM AM - Fort Sill Flight Following Secondary 307.2750 BM AM - Fort Sill Final Controller GCA 326.5000 BM AM - Fort Sill Final Controller GCA 409.2000 F 136.5 PL FM - unknown data
- Fort_Sill_Reg_95-1.pdf and Fort_Sill_Reg_385-1.pdf contain frequency information.
- 301fwi13-212.pdf contains Falcon Range frequency information.
Fort Sill Public Safety
Police, fire and Reynolds Army Community Hospital ambulances are on the OKWIN State of Oklahoma trunked system. Police and Fire dispatch talkgroups on the 380 MHz P25 trunked system appear to be patched from OKWIN. The other public safety talkgroups on the 380 MHz P25 trunked system do not appear to be used often.
Fort Sill P25 System
- Base support activities are on the Project 25 digital trunked radio system; see the Fort Sill Army Post Wiki Page.
Fort Sill Range Operations
Fort Sill is home to the U.S. Army Field Artillery School. All units using Ranges at Fort Sill must have a radio contact with Range Operations at all times. Range Operations uses various talkgroups on the Fort Sill Army Post TRS and various frequencies in the 30-88 MHz band.
ASP - Ammunition Storage/Supply Point (Ammo Dump) BC - Battery Commander FB - Firing Battery (Artillery Cannons) FDC - Fire Direction Center FO - Forward Observer OIC - Officer in Charge RSO - Range Safety Officer TOC - Tactical Operations Center
Temporary Trunked System
In early to mid June, 2015 a new 380 MHz P25 Phase I trunked system appeared for about two weeks. The system may have been deployed by the Oklahoma National Guard for a training exercise that occured approximately the same time that it was on the air. It did not appear that this system had any connection to the existing Fort Sill P25 system.
- System Information
System ID: 321
NAC: 321 (all sites)
Site 1-001 Neighbors: 2-002, 3-003
Site 2-002 Neighbors: 1-001, 3-003
Site 3-003 Neighbors: 1-001, 2-002
- System Frequencies
- These appeared to be the only sites. It is not known if there were more.
|1||001||unknown site 1||386.0875a||386.1750c||386.2375a||386.3875||386.4750||386.5375|
|2||002||unknown site 2||386.6875a||386.7750a||386.8375c||388.0125||388.0750||388.1625|
|3||003||unknown site 3||388.2250a||388.3125a||388.3750||388.4625c||388.5250a||388.6125|
- System Talkgroups
- The talkgoups above were logged during short periods of time. It is not known how many more talkroups were active.
- 64 radio ID's in the range 106 - 1298 were logged during short periods of time. It is not known how many more were active.
- Fort Sill home page