Oklahoma Highway Patrol Radio System

800 MHz

This is an educated guess as to the makeup of the new OHP statewide 800 MHz radio system. Transmitter sites known to be active are in green. Other users will include OCDEM (replacing VHF net on 155.235?). More system details (i.e. fixed relays in Troops using low band) in Monitor America.

This is a Motorola SmartZone system. The control channel is always on the 860.xxxx frequency (865.2125 in OKC). Talkgroup info for Tulsa TRS is in the 1998 Police Call.

Troop HQ Low Band 800 MHz
A Oklahoma City F1, F2 OKC
860-865.2125
Lexington
856-860.4375
Tecumseh
856-860.2625
Carney
856-860.2375
 
B Tulsa F1, F2 Tulsa TRS
856-860.4625, 7375, 7625, 9375, 9625, 9875
Okmulgee
856-860.4375
Bristow
856-860.4875
 
C Muskogee F1, F2 Muskogee
856-860.2375
 
D McAlester F3, F4  
E Durant F1, F2  
F Ardmore F3, F4  
G Lawton F1, F2  
H Clinton F1, F2  
I Guymon F1, F2 Boyd
856-860.7125
Boise City
856-860.9875
Buffalo
856-860.7375
Guymon
856-860.7375
Slapout
856-860.9875
Woodward
856-860.7625
J Enid F1, F2 Geary
856-860.4875
 
K Pawnee F1, F2 Stillwater
856-860.2125
 
L Vinita F1, F2  
M Altus F3, F4  
Mobile Extenders Reported
465.1625, 465.5625

Low Band

The old system is still in use, even in areas with 800 MHz service. Mobiles to Bases on F2 and F4. Bases to Mobiles and car to car on F1 and F3.

Channel Frequency (Base/Mobile) Troops
1 44.7000B/M A, C, E, G, H, I, J, K, L
2 44.9000M A, C, E, G, H, I, J, K, L
3 45.2200B/M B, D, F, M
4 45.1800M B, D, F, M

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