TYT Radio Programming - 40 BC RR & 10 LADD ChannelsRR/LADD(TYT)
This item is for additional programming fee's associated with setup of the IC certified TYT radios. Included is programming the 40 BC RR channels and the 10 Western Canada "LADD" Channels. This price is valid at the time of purchase only, and can only be applied to the IC RSS-119 certified line of TYT radios. (TH-UV88 / TH-9000DV)
The use of transmitting on these frequencies requires a commercial land mobile radio license from Industry Canada ISED.
|Frequency (MHZ)||Channel Name (RR)||Frequency (MHZ)||Channel Name (RR)|
5 Channels are also used for loading and unloading
|Frequency (MHz)||Channel Name (LD)|
In Canada, the LADD VHF channels (Logging ADministration Dispatch) were originally intended for commercial trucking, general communications in forestry & logging, heavy mining, and exploration and petroleum. But, due to the wider availability of low cost VHF FM radios and the decline of CB Radio, recreational users have adopted them for back country communications. For those who do not have reliable cellular service, especially survivalists and preppers, they are an essential communication resource.
|Frequency (MHz)||Name||Frequency (MHz)||Name|
|154.100||LAD 1||153.050||Alberta 2|
|158.940||LAD 2||163.050||Alberta 3|
|154.325||LAD 3||165.480||Alberta 4|
|173.370||LAD 4||168.120||Alberta 5|
|162.210||Alberta 1||166.120||Alberta / Sask.|
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