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== Fire and Emergency New Zealand Ambulance ===== Frequencies ===Wellington Free Ambulance Area Peka Peka to the top of the Rimutakas South  Now operating on Police Trunking Radio network. Using Various UHF & VHF Sites '''Talkgroups''' '''2250''' - Wellington Main Dispatch Channel Dispatcher ID: 2000001 '''2251''' - Patient Transfer Dispatcher ID: 2000002 '''2252''' - Unknown '''2253''' - Unknown '''2254''' - Unknown  Portables Radios ID's are 21181xx Mobile radio ID's are 21164xx 21184xx === ESB Band === All CTCSS are 233.6 '''Search Pair:''' ''138.01250~143.9875MHz, FM Modulation, 12.5kHz Channel Spacing.''{| border="1" cellpadding="4" style="border-collapse: collapse; border: 1px solid #aaa; background: #f5f5f5"!Base MHz!!Channel!!Description|-|align="center"|141.42500||align="center"|ESB 34||align="left"|Wrights Hill Wellington|-|align="center"|141.38750||align="center"|ESB 31||align="left"|Mt Clime Hutt|-|align="center"|141.40000||align="center"|ESB 32||align="left"|Puke Bay Kapiti|-|align="center"|141.37500||align="center"|ESB 30||align="left"|Forest Heights Otaki|-|align="center"|140.6500||align="center"|ESX 12||align="left"|Simplex|}'''423.1625 Wairarapa Link''' ''need confirmation this is still working''== NZ Ambulance Service Callsigns == Callsign = Station that the vechicle origanated (e.g city one means the vechicle originated from city station) If the vechicle prefix is: *0* = Ambulance*2* = Patient Transfer Service*8* = Special Event Ambulance*9* = General Event Ambulance The digit after the number is the unit in order of the shift so first unit of the day in order
Wellington Free Ambulance
{| border="1" cellpadding="4" style="border-collapse: collapse; border: 1px solid #aaa; background: #f5f5f5"
!Callsign!!Description
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|align="center"|Thorndon 1||
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|align="center"|Thorndon 2||
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|align="center"|Thorndon 91||
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|align="center"|Newtown 1||
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|align="center"|Newtown 21 ||Patient Transport (PTO)
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|align="center"|Lower Hutt 1||
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|align="center"|Lower Hutt 2||
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|align="center"|Lower Hutt 21 ||Patient Transport (PTO)
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|align="center"|Lower Hutt 91||
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|align="center"|Upper Hutt 1||
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|align="center"|Porirua 1||
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|align="center"|Porirua 2||
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|align="center"|Porirua 21 ||Patient Transport (PTO)
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|align="center"|Paraparaumu 1||
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|align="center"|Paraparaumu 2||
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|align="center"|Paraparaumu 3||
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|align="center"|Wainuiomata 1||
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|align="center"|Rescue 1 ||4x4 Rescue
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|align="center"|Rescue 2 ||4x4 Rescue/workshop
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|align="center"|Oscar ||(1-4 depending on shift)''
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|align="center"|A1Well ||Westpac Rescue Helicopter
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|align="center"|CAS 1 ||Wellington Hospital ED
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|align="center"|CAS 2 ||Hutt Hospital ED
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== Fire ==
=== Frequencies ===
==== ESA Band====
=== ESA Band===
'''Search Pair:''' ''75.2250MHz~79.96875MHz, FM Modulation, 12.5kHz & 25kHz Channel Spacing.''
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==== ESB Band ====
'''Search Pair:''' ''138.01250~143.9875MHz, FM Modulation, 12.5kHz Channel Spacing.''
{| border="1" cellpadding="4" style="border-collapse: collapse; border: 1px solid #aaa; background: #f5f5f5"
Also see [[ National Data ]] > [[Fire National Frequencies]]
== NZ Ambulance Service = Callsigns ===Wellington Free Ambulance Area Peka Peka to the top of the Rimutakas South See Ambulance and other photos [http://www.111emergency.co.nz here.]  Now operating on Police Trunking Radio network. Using Various UHF & VHF Sites
'''Talkgroups''' '''2250''' - These are stations covered by the Wellington Main Dispatch Channel Dispatcher ID: 2000001 '''2251''' - Patient Transfer Dispatcher ID: 2000002 '''2252''' - Unknown '''2253''' - Unknown '''2254''' - Unknown  Portables Radios ID's are 21181xx Mobile radio ID's are 21164xx 21184xx === ESB Band === All CTCSS are 233fire channel. For information about the differences between Career, Composite and Volunteer stations, see [[Fire terminology]]. For information about vehicle callsigns, see [[Fire vehicles]].6
'''Search Pair:''' ''138.01250~143.9875MHz, FM Modulation, 12.5kHz Channel Spacing.''
{| border="1" cellpadding="4" style="border-collapse: collapse; border: 1px solid #aaa; background: #f5f5f5"
!Base MHzStation!!ChannelStation # Crewing!!DescriptionCallsigns
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|align="center"Wellington City|141.42500|21 Career|align="center"|ESB 34||align="left"|Wrights Hill WellingtonWELL215, WELL217, WELL2114
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|align="center"Newtown|141.38750|22 Career |align="center"|ESB 31||align="left"|Mt Clime HuttNEWT221
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|align="center"Thorndon|141.40000|23 Career|align="center"|ESB 32||align="left"|Puke Bay KapitiTHOR231, THOR236
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|align="center"Kilburnie|141.37500|24 Composite|align="center"|ESB 30||align="left"|Forest Heights OtakiKILB241 (Career), KILB2426 (Volunteer)
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|align="center"Brooklyn|140.6500|25 Career|align="center"|ESX 12||align="left"|Simplex|}'''423.1625 Wairarapa Link''' ''need confirmation this is still working'' == Aviation Bands =====AR Band ==='''Search Pair:''' ''118.000 MHz~135.9755MHz, AM Modulation, 12.5kHz Channel Spacing.'' {| border="1" cellpadding="4" style="border-collapse: collapse; border: 1px solid #aaa; background: #f5f5f5"!Base MHz!!Channel!!DescriptionBROO251
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|align="center"Karori|119.10000|26 Career|align="center"|ACX45||align="left"|General Aviation talkKARO261
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|align="center"Johnsonville|118.80000|28 Composite|align="center"|ACX33||align="left"|Wellington TowerJOHN281, JOHN287
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|align="center"Newlands|119.30000|29 Volunteer|align="center"|ACX53||align="left"|Wellington ApproachNEWL291
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|align="center"Porirua|121.30000|31 Composite|align="center"|ACX133||align="left"|Wellington Information PORI311, PORI317, PORI3110* (Career) PORI312 (Volunteer)
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|align="center"Tawa|121.90000|33 Volunteer|align="center"|ACX157||align="left"|Wellington GroundTAWA331, TAWA332
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|align="center"Titahi Bay|122.30000|34 Volunteer|align="center"|ACX173||align="left"|Wellington DepartureTITA341
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|align="center"Plimerton|118.30000|35 Volunteer|align="center"|ACX13||align="left"|Paraparaumu UnattendedPLIM351
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|align="center"Paekakarki|130.35000|36 Volunteer|align="center"|ARX14||align="left"|Air NZPAEK361
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|align="center"Paraparaumu|133.55000|37 Composite|align="center"|ARX118||align="left"|GlidersPARA371, PARA377, PARA3726
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|align="center"Waikanae|133.90000|38 Volunteer|align="center"|ARX132||align="left"|FuelersWAIK381, WAIK387, WAIK3829
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|align="center"Otaki|126.90000|41 Volunteer|align="center"|ACX357||align="left"|ATIS|}See also: [[ Media:Aeronautical_Band.pdf | RSM Aeronautical Bands PDF ]] == Maritime Bands ===== MM Band ==='''Search Pair:''' ''156.0125MHz~162.200MHzOTAK411, FM Modulation, 25kHz Channel Spacing.''{| border="1" cellpadding="4" style="border-collapse: collapse; border: 1px solid #aaa; background: #f5f5f5"!Base MHz!!Ship MHz!!Channel!!DescriptionOTAK417
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|align="center"Hutt|160.625|40 Career|align="center"|156.125||align="center"|MM62||align="left"|Wellington CoastHUTT407
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|align="center"Avalon|160.800|41 Career|align="center"|156.200||align="center"|MM4||align="left"|Wgtn Harbour Radio PalliserAVAL414, AVAL4115
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|align="center"Seaview|156.425|42 Composite|align="center"|156.425||align="center"|MM68||align="left"|Picton MaritimeSEAV421 (Career) SEAV422 (Volunteer), SEAV4212*
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|align="center"Stokes Valley|156.475|43 Volunteer|align="center"|156.475||align="center"|MM69||align="left"|MaritimeSTOK431, STOK432
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|align="center"Wainuiomata|156.575|44 Volunteer|align="center"|156.575||align="center"|MM71||align="left"|Wellington MaritimeWAIN441, WAIN447, WAIN4426
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|align="center"Eastbourne|156.700|46 Volunteer|align="center"|156.700||align="center"|MM14||align="left"|Wellington Harbour Radio Beacon HillEAST461
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|align="center"Silverstream|156.800|47 Volunteer|align="center"|156.800||align="center"|MM16||align="left"|Calling-DistressSILV471
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|align="center"Trentham|156.500|48 Composite|align="center"|156.500||align="center"|MM10||align="left"|Wellington Harbour Tugs/PilotTREN481 (Volunteer), TREN487 (Career), TREN4810*
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|align="center"Rimutaka|156.600|49 Composite|align="center"|156.600||align="center"|MM12||align="left"|Wellington Harbour Tugs/PilotRIMU491 (Career), RIMU4926, RIMU4928 (Volunteer)
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|align="center"Ngawi|156.650|51 Volunteer|align="center"|156.650||align="center"|MM13||align="left"|Wellington Harbour Tugs/Pilot |}{| class="wikitable"NGAW5171
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|See also: Lake Ferry||[[ National Data ]] > [[Marine VHF Frequencies]]52 Volunteer||LAKE5271, LAKE5275
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| Mauriceville||[[ media:Maritime_HF_VHF_Bands.pdf 53 Volunteer| RSM Maritime HF and VHF Bands PDF]]|} == Civil Defence =={| border="1" cellpadding="4" style="border-collapse: collapse; border: 1px solid #aaa; background: #f5f5f5"!MHz!!DescriptionMAUR5371
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|140.9875 Wainuioru|| Horowhenua54 Volunteer||WAIN5471
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|141.0500 Castlepoint|| Colonial Knob55 Volunteer||CAST5571
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|141.0625 Tinui|| Mt Eringa56 Volunteer||TINU5671
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|143.0500 Tora|| Waipura57 Volunteer||TORA5871, TORA5875
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|149.4000 Riversdale Beach|| Makara High59 Volunteer||RIVE5971
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|149.4250 Masterton|| WCC HQ61 Composite||MAST611, MAST612, MAST613, MAST617, MAST6110
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|149.7250 Carterton|| WCC Kaukau62 Volunteer||CART621, CART622, CART6229
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|149.8500 Featherston|| Upper Hutt63 Volunteer||FEAT631, FEAT632, FEAT6326
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|149.8250 Greytown|| WCC64 Volunteer||GREY642, GREY647
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|149.7750 Martinbrough|| NATIONAL65 Volunteer||MART651, MART652, MART6529
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See also [[ National Data ]] > [[Ministry of Civil Defence National Frequencies]]* Appliances marked with a * are 'Crossmanned'. Staff from another appliance will crew this vehicle when it is required at a call.
== Diplomatic Bush Forces==Wainuiomata Bush Fire Force (Hutt City Council)
{| border="1" cellpadding="4" style="border-collapse: collapse; border: 1px solid #aaa; background: #f5f5f5"
!Freq!!Chan!!Description
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|462.61875 9571 || DN65 2002 Mitsubishi Canter|-|US Embassy9572 || 1999 Mitsubishi Canter|-|9573 || 1994 Toyota Hilux|-|9574 || Nissan Safari
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|463.08125 9575 || DN102 ||US Embassy 1974 Toyota Landcruiser
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|464.46875 HUTT DPRFO || DN213 ||US Embassy Security1998 Toyota Hiace
|}
 == Rail Service ==<pre>CH RX FREQ Area Covered 4 152.35000 Wellington to Maymorn Upper Hutt Rural Fire (Wairarapa LineUpper Hutt City Council)12 152.03750 Wellington - Otaki (North Island Main Trunk Line) 14 152.36250 Wellington to Johnsonville (Johnsonville Line)</pre>
{| border="1" cellpadding="4" style="border-collapse: collapse; border: 1px solid #aaa; background: #f5f5f5"
!MHz!!Description
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|151.9750 9410 || Kapiti Rail 1999 Ford Courier|-|9425 || 1994 Mitsubishi Canter|-|9471 || 1995 Toyota Dyna
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|453.3625 9472 || Rail Ferry 1 2002 Isuzu NPS300
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|453.4375 9475 || Rail Yard 1981 Mitsubishi Fuso
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|453.4875 9480 || Rail Hutt 1988 Nissan Civillian
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|453.5125 UH DPRFO || Yard 2002 Ford Courier
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|453.5625 UHRFO02 || Rail Ferry 2 2003 Mitsubishi Triton
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See also [[ National Data ]] > [[Railways Frequencies]] == Taxis ==== Department of Conservation ==VHF repeatersWellington Rural Fire Force (Wellington City Council)
{| border="1" cellpadding="4" style="border-collapse: collapse; border: 1px solid #aaa; background: #f5f5f5"
!MHz!!Location
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|142.4625 WELL9271 || Mt Baker - southern Rimutaka Toyota Dyna (Smoke Chaser)
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|142.5375 WELL9272 || Kapiti Island Toyota Hilux (Fire Response)
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|142.5500 WELL9273 || Cone - Tararua Range|} == Others =={| border="1" cellpadding="4" style="border-collapse: collapse; border: 1px solid #aaa; background: #f5f5f5"!MHz!!Description Toyota Hilux (Fire Response)
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|456.5250 WELL9275 || Victoria University Hino (Tanker)
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|461.8300 WELL9226 || Stagecoach Buses Mitsubishi L300 (Support/Troop Carrier)
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|463.4750 WELL9280 || Parliament Security Mitsubishi Rosa (Command Vehicle)
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|466.8625 WELLRFO2 || Strait Shipping LtdDPRFO
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|478WELLPRFO1 || PRFO|} == Police ===== Digital Freqencies === The P25 implementation for NZ Police in the ESB and ESC bands includes a DES/AES encryption layer securing the radio network from unauthorized monitoring.'''Although modern digital scanners are able to DECODE these signals, they are unable to DECRYPT them.''' Currently there are a number of projects in development to monitor and analyse P25 radio networks. ==== ESB Band ===='''Search Pair:''' ''138.01250~143.9875MHz, FM Modulation, 12.5kHz Channel Spacing.6150 ''{| border="1" cellpadding="4" style="border-collapse: collapse; border: 1px solid #aaa; background: #f5f5f5"!Base MHz!!Mobile MHz!!Channel!!Description|} ==== ESC Band ===='''Search Pair:''' ''494.00625MHz~501.987500MHz, FM & C4FM Modulation, 12.5kHz Channel Spacing.''{| Massey Universityborder="1" cellpadding="4" style="border-collapse: collapse; border: 1px solid #aaa; background: #f5f5f5"!Base MHz!!Mobile λ!!Channel!!Description
|}
== NZ Police Analogue = Analog Freqencies (Historic) ===
'''ALL WELLINGTON ANALOGUE ANALOG FREQUENCIES ARE CURRENTLY LINKED TO PALMERSTON NORTH'''
Analogue Analog frequencies listed below are for historic purpose only. As of June 2009 the Project 25 (P25) digital radio system has been deployed in the Wellington area (Wellington City, Upper Hutt, Kapiti, Mana and the Wairarapa) for NZ Police.
==== ESA Band ====
Also see [[ National Data ]] > [[Police Cross Band Freqencies ]]
== NZ Police Digital ==
The P25 implementation for NZ Police in the ESB and ESC bands includes a DES/AES encryption layer securing the radio network from unauthorized monitoring.
'''Although modern digital scanners are able to DECODE these signals, they are unable to DECRYPT them.'''
 
Currently there are a number of projects in development to monitor and analyse P25 radio networks.
 
=== ESB Band ===
'''Search Pair:''' ''138.01250~143.9875MHz, FM Modulation, 12.5kHz Channel Spacing.''
{| border="1" cellpadding="4" style="border-collapse: collapse; border: 1px solid #aaa; background: #f5f5f5"
!Base MHz!!Mobile MHz!!Channel!!Description
|}
=== ESC Band ===
'''Search Pair:''' ''494.00625MHz~501.987500MHz, FM & C4FM Modulation, 12.5kHz Channel Spacing.''
{| border="1" cellpadding="4" style="border-collapse: collapse; border: 1px solid #aaa; background: #f5f5f5"
!Base MHz!!Mobile λ!!Channel!!Description
|}
= Wellington Radio Callsigns =
|}
== NZ Fire Service Callsigns Aviation Bands ==These are stations covered by the Wellington fire channel===AR Band ==='''Search Pair:''' ''118. For information about the differences between Career000 MHz~135.9755MHz, Composite and Volunteer stationsAM Modulation, see [[Fire terminology]]12. For information about vehicle callsigns, see [[Fire vehicles]]5kHz Channel Spacing.''===Callsigns===
{| border="1" cellpadding="4" style="border-collapse: collapse; border: 1px solid #aaa; background: #f5f5f5"
!StationBase MHz!!Station # CrewingChannel!!CallsignsDescription
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|Wellington Cityalign="center"|119.10000|21 Career|align="center"|WELL215, WELL217, WELL2114ACX45||align="left"|General Aviation talk
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|Newtownalign="center"|118.80000|22 Career |align="center"|NEWT221ACX33||align="left"|Wellington Tower
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|Thorndonalign="center"|119.30000|23 Career|align="center"|THOR231, THOR236 ACX53||align="left"|Wellington Approach
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|Kilburniealign="center"|121.30000|24 Composite|align="center"|KILB241 (Career), KILB2426 (Volunteer)ACX133||align="left"|Wellington Information
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|Brooklynalign="center"|121.90000|25 Career|align="center"|BROO251ACX157||align="left"|Wellington Ground
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|Karorialign="center"|122.30000|26 Career|align="center"|KARO261ACX173||align="left"|Wellington Departure
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|Johnsonvillealign="center"|118.30000|28 Composite|align="center"|JOHN281, JOHN287ACX13||align="left"|Paraparaumu Unattended
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|Newlandsalign="center"|130.35000|29 Volunteer|align="center"|NEWL291ARX14||align="left"|Air NZ
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|Poriruaalign="center"|133.55000|31 Composite|align="center"|PORI311, PORI317, PORI3110* (Career) PORI312 (Volunteer)ARX118||align="left"|Gliders
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|Tawaalign="center"|133.90000|33 Volunteer|align="center"|TAWA331, TAWA332ARX132||align="left"|Fuelers
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|Titahi Bayalign="center"|126.90000|34 Volunteer|align="center"|TITA341ACX357||align="left"|ATIS|}See also: [[ Media:Aeronautical_Band.pdf | RSM Aeronautical Bands PDF ]] == Maritime Bands ===== MM Band ==='''Search Pair:''' ''156.0125MHz~162.200MHz, FM Modulation, 25kHz Channel Spacing.''{| border="1" cellpadding="4" style="border-collapse: collapse; border: 1px solid #aaa; background: #f5f5f5"!Base MHz!!Ship MHz!!Channel!!Description
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|Plimertonalign="center"|160.625|35 Volunteer|align="center"|PLIM351156.125||align="center"|MM62||align="left"|Wellington Coast
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|Paekakarkialign="center"|160.800|36 Volunteer|align="center"|PAEK361156.200||align="center"|MM4||align="left"|Wgtn Harbour Radio Palliser
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|Paraparaumualign="center"|156.425|37 Composite|align="center"|PARA371, PARA377, PARA3726156.425||align="center"|MM68||align="left"|Picton Maritime
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|Waikanaealign="center"|156.475|38 Volunteer|align="center"|WAIK381, WAIK387, WAIK3829156.475||align="center"|MM69||align="left"|Maritime
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|Otakialign="center"|156.575|41 Volunteer|align="center"|OTAK411, OTAK417156.575||align="center"|MM71||align="left"|Wellington Maritime
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|Huttalign="center"|156.700|40 Career|align="center"|HUTT407156.700||align="center"|MM14||align="left"|Wellington Harbour Radio Beacon Hill
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|Avalonalign="center"|156.800|41 Career|align="center"|AVAL414, AVAL4115156.800||align="center"|MM16||align="left"|Calling-Distress
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|Seaviewalign="center"|156.500|42 Composite|align="center"|SEAV421 (Career) SEAV422 (Volunteer), SEAV4212*156.500||align="center"|MM10||align="left"|Wellington Harbour Tugs/Pilot
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|Stokes Valleyalign="center"|156.600|43 Volunteer|align="center"|STOK431, STOK432156.600||align="center"|MM12||align="left"|Wellington Harbour Tugs/Pilot
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|Wainuiomataalign="center"|156.650|44 Volunteer|align="center"|WAIN441, WAIN447, WAIN4426156.650||align="center"|MM13||align="left"|Wellington Harbour Tugs/Pilot |}{| class="wikitable"
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|EastbourneSee also: ||46 Volunteer||EAST461[[ National Data ]] > [[Marine VHF Frequencies]]
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|Silverstream||47 Volunteer[[ media:Maritime_HF_VHF_Bands.pdf |RSM Maritime HF and VHF Bands PDF]]|SILV471} == Civil Defence =={| border="1" cellpadding="4" style="border-collapse: collapse; border: 1px solid #aaa; background: #f5f5f5"!MHz!!Description
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|Trentham140.9875 ||48 Composite||TREN481 (Volunteer), TREN487 (Career), TREN4810*Horowhenua
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|Rimutaka141.0500 ||49 Composite||RIMU491 (Career), RIMU4926, RIMU4928 (Volunteer)Colonial Knob
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|Ngawi141.0625 ||51 Volunteer||NGAW5171Mt Eringa
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|Lake Ferry143.0500 ||52 Volunteer||LAKE5271, LAKE5275Waipura
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|Mauriceville149.4000 ||53 Volunteer||MAUR5371Makara High
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|Wainuioru149.4250 ||54 Volunteer||WAIN5471WCC HQ
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|Castlepoint149.7250 ||55 Volunteer||CAST5571WCC Kaukau
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|Tinui149.8500 ||56 Volunteer||TINU5671Upper Hutt
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|Tora149.8250 ||57 Volunteer||TORA5871, TORA5875WCC
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|Riversdale Beach149.7750 ||59 Volunteer||RIVE5971|-|Masterton||61 Composite||MAST611, MAST612, MAST613, MAST617, MAST6110|-|Carterton||62 Volunteer||CART621, CART622, CART6229|-|Featherston||63 Volunteer||FEAT631, FEAT632, FEAT6326|-|Greytown||64 Volunteer||GREY642, GREY647|-|Martinbrough||65 Volunteer||MART651, MART652, MART6529NATIONAL
|}
* Appliances marked with a * are 'Crossmanned'. Staff from another appliance will crew this vehicle when it is required at a call.See also [[ National Data ]] > [[Ministry of Civil Defence National Frequencies]]
==Bush ForcesDiplomatic ==Wainuiomata Bush Fire Force (Hutt City Council)
{| border="1" cellpadding="4" style="border-collapse: collapse; border: 1px solid #aaa; background: #f5f5f5"
!Freq!!Chan!!Description
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|9571 462.61875 || 2002 Mitsubishi CanterDN65 ||US Embassy
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|9572 463.08125 || 1999 Mitsubishi CanterDN102 ||US Embassy
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|9573 464.46875 || 1994 Toyota HiluxDN213 |-|9574 || Nissan Safari|-|9575 || 1974 Toyota Landcruiser |-|HUTT DPRFO || 1998 Toyota HiaceUS Embassy Security
|}
Upper Hutt Rural Fire == Rail Service ==<pre>CH RX FREQ Area Covered 4 152.35000 Wellington to Maymorn (Upper Hutt City CouncilWairarapa Line)12 152.03750 Wellington - Otaki (North Island Main Trunk Line) 14 152.36250 Wellington to Johnsonville (Johnsonville Line)</pre>
{| border="1" cellpadding="4" style="border-collapse: collapse; border: 1px solid #aaa; background: #f5f5f5"
!MHz!!Description
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|9410 151.9750 || 1999 Ford CourierKapiti Rail
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|9425 453.3625 || 1994 Mitsubishi CanterRail Ferry 1
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|9471 453.4375 || 1995 Toyota DynaRail Yard
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|9472 453.4875 || 2002 Isuzu NPS300Rail Hutt
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|9475 453.5125 || 1981 Mitsubishi FusoYard
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|9480 453.5625 || 1988 Nissan Civillian|-|UH DPRFO || 2002 Ford Courier|-|UHRFO02 || 2003 Mitsubishi TritonRail Ferry 2
|}
Wellington Rural Fire Force (Wellington City Council)See also [[ National Data ]] > [[Railways Frequencies]] == Taxis ==== Department of Conservation ==VHF repeaters
{| border="1" cellpadding="4" style="border-collapse: collapse; border: 1px solid #aaa; background: #f5f5f5"
!MHz!!Location
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|WELL9271 142.4625 || Toyota Dyna (Smoke Chaser)Mt Baker - southern Rimutaka
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|WELL9272 142.5375 || Toyota Hilux (Fire Response)Kapiti Island
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|WELL9273 142.5500 || Toyota Hilux (Fire Response)|-|WELL9275 || Hino (Tanker)|-|WELL9226 || Mitsubishi L300 (Support/Troop Carrier)|-|WELL9280 || Mitsubishi Rosa (Command Vehicle)|-|WELLRFO2 || DPRFO|Cone -|WELLPRFO1 || PRFOTararua Range
|}
== NZ Ambulance Service Callsigns Others ==  Callsign = Station that the vechicle origanated (e.g city one means the vechicle originated from city station) If the vechicle prefix is: *0* = Ambulance*2* = Patient Transfer Service*8* = Special Event Ambulance*9* = General Event Ambulance The digit after the number is the unit in order of the shift so first unit of the day in order Wellington Free Ambulance
{| border="1" cellpadding="4" style="border-collapse: collapse; border: 1px solid #aaa; background: #f5f5f5"
!CallsignMHz!!Description
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|align="center"|Thorndon 1456.5250 ||Victoria University
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|align="center"|Thorndon 2461.8300 ||Stagecoach Buses
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|align="center"|Thorndon 91463.4750 ||Parliament Security
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|align="center"|Newtown 1466.8625 ||Strait Shipping Ltd
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|align="center"478.6150 |Newtown 21 ||Patient Transport (PTO)|-|align="center"|Lower Hutt 1|||-|align="center"|Lower Hutt 2|||-|align="center"|Lower Hutt 21 ||Patient Transport (PTO)|-|align="center"|Lower Hutt 91|||-|align="center"|Upper Hutt 1|||-|align="center"|Porirua 1|||-|align="center"|Porirua 2|||-|align="center"|Porirua 21 ||Patient Transport (PTO)|-|align="center"|Paraparaumu 1|||-|align="center"|Paraparaumu 2|||-|align="center"|Paraparaumu 3|||-|align="center"|Wainuiomata 1|||-|align="center"|Rescue 1 ||4x4 Rescue|-|align="center"|Rescue 2 ||4x4 Rescue/workshop|-|align="center"|Oscar ||(1-4 depending on shift)''|-|align="center"|A1Well ||Westpac Rescue Helicopter|-|align="center"|CAS 1 ||Wellington Hospital ED|-|align="center"|CAS 2 ||Hutt Hospital EDMassey University
|}
 
= Wellington Radio Codes =
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