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Family Radio Service
Rescue International FRS Frequency Plan
Effective August 1998 - Updated December 2005
1 -462.5625 Wilderness Area General Calling Channel for non-emergencies (no
Directions, Weather and other information.
6 -462.6875 National Emergency Calling Channel No Tone Guard on Receive -
118.8 on TX This will allow Ranger Stations/SAR or other
groups to monitor the channel without interference and allow for
tone control on remote monitoring systems in remote areas
7 -462.7125 National SAR Operations and Mutual Aid Channel with CTCSS tone of
9 -467.5875 National Garmin RINO Emergency calling channel with
CTCSS tone 11 (9-11 get it)
For use with the RINO Peer to Peer radio
positioning capability only (CTCSS used to allow quite monitoring at parks and
FREQ 462.675 Recommended Rino SAR Repeater Operations
Tone 118.8 is tone code 17 on Rino's and most Motorola and many other
makes of FRS radios.
Many one and two channel FRS radios use different channels, FRS
CH 1 is common. On search operations the ability to monitor and transmit on all
channels is preferred. Most Radio Shack 1 or two channel radios will be on
FRS CH-8 (Channel A) and FRS Channel 6 (Channel B).
We are in the process of making a list of common FRS channels by
Manufacture for 1-2 channel radios. If you have radios not set up the same
as above please e-mail the layout to us.
Copyrighted 1998-06 By Rescue International, Rescue Cross Copyrighted
1985 Bruce Barton