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{{LAudio
 
|Sname=Utah
 
|LDBentry=[http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/?stid=49 Live Audio Links]
 
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==Frequencies in the Wiki==
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==Scanner Data in the Wiki==
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===Conventional Data===
 
* [[:Category:Utah Frequencies|Utah Frequencies in the Wiki]]
 
* [[:Category:Utah Frequencies|Utah Frequencies in the Wiki]]
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===Radio Frequencies for National Parks and Monuments===
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* [[National Parks in Utah]]
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* [[National Monuments in Utah]]
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===Utah Highway Patrol===
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==The State of Utah==
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* [http://www.des.utah.gov/highwaypatrol/history.html ''History of the Utah Highway Patrol''] starts at the inception of the UHP in 1923 and outlines its growth and growing pains from the beginning.  It describes early communications and problems that were overcome along with some hair raising stories of troopers and situations they were involved in, some of which did not end well.
  
*[[Utah State Public Service 10-Codes]]
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* "On May 31, 1942, the Utah Highway Patrol activated its first dispatch station, KUHP. This dispatch center served basically the Wasatch Front. The first transmitter was active all of the time and everything that was said in the dispatch office was broadcast. When the dispatcher had a message for an officer, he would ring a bell into the microphone to get the attention of the officer and then repeat the message. All radio communications were one-way." ([http://www.des.utah.gov/highwaypatrol/history_1949/1940-1949_OV.html UHP History, 1940 - 1949)]
* [[media:10 Codes.jpg|Utah State 10-Codes]] dated. '''NOTE:'''  This is actually an image of the "visor card" issued to officers so they could have the 10-Codes with them in their carsThis particular card is no longer "up-to-date" and is only offered as a look into the past.
 
*[[Utah State Agency Radio Call Identifiers]]
 
  
==List of Counties==
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* [[Common/Shared (UT) | Map of today's Utah Repeater System]]
* [[Utah Counties]]
 
  
==Trunked Radio Systems==
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===Federal Agencies===
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* [[Hill AFB (UT) | Hill AFB]]
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* [[US Forest Service - Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest (UT)|US Forest Service - Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest]]
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===Trunked Radio Systems===
 
*Featured Radio Systems
 
*Featured Radio Systems
 
**[[Utah Communications Agency Network (UCAN)]]
 
**[[Utah Communications Agency Network (UCAN)]]
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**[[Trunked Radio Systems (UT)#Public Trunked Systems|Public Trunked Systems]]
 
**[[Trunked Radio Systems (UT)#Public Trunked Systems|Public Trunked Systems]]
  
==Federal Agencies==
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{{LAudio
* [[Hill AFB (UT) | Hill AFB]]
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|Sname=Utah
* [[US Forest Service - Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest (UT)|US Forest Service - Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest]]
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|LDBentry=[http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/?stid=49 Live Audio Links]
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==Radio Frequencies for National Parks and Monuments==
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==The State of Utah==
* [[National Parks in Utah]]
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*[[Utah State Public Service 10-Codes]]
* [[National Monuments in Utah]]
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* [[media:10 Codes.jpg|Utah State 10-Codes]] dated.  '''NOTE:'''  This is actually an image of the "visor card" issued to officers so they could have the 10-Codes with them in their cars.  This particular card is no longer "up-to-date" and is only offered as a look into the past.
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*[[Utah State Agency Radio Call Identifiers]]
  
==Utah Highway Patrol==
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==List of Counties==
 
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* [[Utah Counties]]
[[Image:Highway_patrol_logo.jpg]]
 
 
 
* [http://www.des.utah.gov/highwaypatrol/history.html ''History of the Utah Highway Patrol''] starts at the inception of the UHP in 1923 and outlines its growth and growing pains from the beginning.  It describes early communications and problems that were overcome along with some hair raising stories of troopers and situations they were involved in, some of which did not end well.
 
 
 
* "On May 31, 1942, the Utah Highway Patrol activated its first dispatch station, KUHP. This dispatch center served basically the Wasatch Front. The first transmitter was active all of the time and everything that was said in the dispatch office was broadcast. When the dispatcher had a message for an officer, he would ring a bell into the microphone to get the attention of the officer and then repeat the message. All radio communications were one-way."  ([http://www.des.utah.gov/highwaypatrol/history_1949/1940-1949_OV.html UHP History, 1940 - 1949)]
 
 
 
* [[Common/Shared (UT) | Map of today's Utah Repeater System]]
 
  
 
==Mailing Lists==
 
==Mailing Lists==

Revision as of 10:56, 4 September 2013

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Seal of Utah.jpg


Scanner Data in the Wiki

Conventional Data

Radio Frequencies for National Parks and Monuments

Utah Highway Patrol

Highway patrol logo.jpg

  • History of the Utah Highway Patrol starts at the inception of the UHP in 1923 and outlines its growth and growing pains from the beginning. It describes early communications and problems that were overcome along with some hair raising stories of troopers and situations they were involved in, some of which did not end well.
  • "On May 31, 1942, the Utah Highway Patrol activated its first dispatch station, KUHP. This dispatch center served basically the Wasatch Front. The first transmitter was active all of the time and everything that was said in the dispatch office was broadcast. When the dispatcher had a message for an officer, he would ring a bell into the microphone to get the attention of the officer and then repeat the message. All radio communications were one-way." (UHP History, 1940 - 1949)

Federal Agencies

Trunked Radio Systems

Utah Live Audio Links on Broadcastify

The State of Utah

List of Counties

Mailing Lists

Web/Wiki Sites