Section 7

STATE WIDE
SUMMIT REPEATER
UHP CAR TO CAR
WASATCH REPEATER
LEWIS PEAK SRS
TABBY MOUNTAIN SRS
RED SPUR
LAKETOWN
CRAWFORD
UINTAH COUNTY WYOMING
WYOMING MUTUAL AID
SWEETWATER CO MUTUAL AID
SWEETWATER CO


Section 13

STATE WIDE
FORD RIDGE DPS
UHP CAR TO CAR
CEDAR MOUNTAIN DPS
BALD MESA DPS
ABAJO DPS
COPPER RIDGE
MOAB PD
GRAND CO SO (old)
GRAND CO SO 1 BALD
SAN JUAN CO ABAJO
SAN JUAN CO EMS ABAJO
NPS BULLFROG


WX Zone  Weather Channels

WTHR1    CEDAR CITY, LOGAN, VERNAL
WTHR2    ESCALANTE, MANTI
WTHR3    MONTICELLO, TOOELE
WTHR4    COALVILLE, MOAB, ST.GEORGE, WENDOVER
WTHR5    BEAR LAKE, CASTLE DALE
WTHR6    SALT LAKE, LAKE POWELL, TABIONA
** Note: The list below should be in every D.P.S. mobile radio. The "my" zone will have a customized section program as determined by the section.                                                        
National Law Enforcement 
This frequency is available for use in police emergency communications networks operated under statewide law enforcement emergency


National VHF VTAC Channels 
The "V-Tac" frequencies are new nationwide VHF 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 theie 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 ( VCALL ) and then switch to a "Tac" channel to communicate. Prior to Jan. 1, 2005, interoperability on these channels will be secondary to incumbents.  After Jan. 1, 2005, the situation reverses, and the incumbents become secondary to  interoperability use. 


Marine Band Channel 16
International Distress, Safety and Calling.  Ships required to carry radio, USCG, and most coast stations maintain a listening watch on this channel.


Statewide EMS 
Emergency Medical Services (EMS) is a specially organized system that provides personnel, facilities and equipment for the effective and coordinated delivery of emergency medical services within a geographical area. An effective EMS system involves many different agencies and organizations working together to provide rapid emergency medical response, treatment and transport to those in need of immediate medical attention. Agencies responsible for providing EMS include dispatch centers, public safety agencies, fire departments, ambulance services, hospitals and specialty care centers



Incident Response Federal Channels
The Federal Interoperability Channels are available for use among federal agencies and between federal agencies and non-federal entities with which federal agencies have a requirement to operate. The channels are available to federal agencies on a shared basis and will not be authorized for the exclusive use of any one federal agency. Agencies make contact on the calling frequency ( IRFCAL ) and then switch to a "Tac" channel to communicate
The channels are available to non-federal entities to enable joint federal/non-federal operations for law enforcement and incident response, subject to the condition that harmful interference will not be caused to federal stations. These channels are restricted to interoperability communications and are not authorized for routine or administrative uses.




REGION 4 (SOUTH WEST) HAZMAT Repeater and simplex ( car to car )
Southwest region of the State of Utah Hazordous material mobile repeater and simplex channels.