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|143.4150 MHz
 
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|TRUCKSNWT
 
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|173.6700 MHz
 
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|WEYHEAU
 
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|168.8400 MHz
 
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|Tall Pine Timber (100km radius around Wolf Lake)
 
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|150.6350 MHz
 
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|151.3550 MHz
 
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|STUARTLK
 
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|151.6850 MHz
 
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|Stuart Lake
 
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|COTNWOOD
 
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|151.7150 MHz
 
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|MURS1
 
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|151.8200 MHz
 
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|[[MURS]] Channel 1
 
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|151.8800 MHz
 
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|MURS Channel 2
 
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|151.9400 MHz
 
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|154.5700 MHz
 
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|154.6000 MHz
 
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|LAIRDMNL
 
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|151.8350 MHz
 
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|HAULRD
 
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|151.9250 MHz
 
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|POLAR
 
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|153.5300 MHz
 
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|Canadian Forest Products Ltd. - Polar 1 - North Central Roads
 
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|151.9850 MHz
 
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|Canadian Forest Products Ltd. - Polar 2 - Summit & McLeod Road
 
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|152.0300 MHz
 
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|GROUND
 
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|152.2700 MHz
 
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|166.4000 MHz
 
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|HAUSLER
 
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|153.0200 MHz
 
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|ALCANBS
 
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|153.0350 MHz
 
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|153.0500 MHz
 
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|162.2100 MHz
 
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|153.5300 MHz
 
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|168.1200 MHz
 
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|166.4100 MHz
 
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|153.1400 MHz
 
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|153.1700 MHz
 
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|153.2900 MHz
 
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|158.4900 MHz
 
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|164.3100 MHz
 
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|164.5650 MHz
 
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|Slave Lake Pulp Corp, also on RR-10 150.410 MHz
 
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|166.39500 MHz
 
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|Slave Lake Pulp Corp Yard Channel
 
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Latest revision as of 14:07, 28 July 2020

VHF LADD (Logging Administration Dispatch), LD (Loading Channels) RR (Resource Road or Road Resource) channels, standardized for trucking, logging and use in remote areas for truck-to-truck, truck-to-base and emergency services communications with trucks, loading channels, etc. These frequencies are known by several names, including the Ice Road Channels, Ice Road Truckers Frequencies, Loading Channels, LD channels LAD channels, LADD channels, Resource Road channels, Logging common channels, Natural Resource Road Channels Resource Road VHF, VHF trucking channels, Canadian trucking channels and several other combinations of these. In remote areas of Canada, specific sections of roads are assigned specific channels.

See this official list of Natural Resource Roads LADD LD RR Resource Road VHF Radio Channel Frequency Channel Location Use Maps - kilometer signs with call-in channels are listed on the roads where use of these frequencies are required.

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While these frequencies were originally intended only for use by logging companies, oil exploration and drilling equipment delivery companies, remote base station dispatch (think 'Ice Road Truckers') and other specialized use, the proliferation of inexpensive VHF-FM equipment means their usage has become more widespread and these frequencies have become de facto "interoperability" frequencies in remote areas of Canada. The LADD channels in particular are used by natural resources officers to communicate with logging companies as well as for truck-to-truck, handheld radios for flaggers at loading sites and for other specialized purposes.

The LADD and RR frequencies are used as an adjunct to 26 MHz/27 MHz CB radio (called the General Radio Service in Canada - same frequencies and modes as the USA) in some places, and in others, CB radio is used as an adjunct to the VHF LADD and VHF RR and LD channels. Note that the similar MURS VHF CB frequencies are not permitted in Canada for these purposes. VHF LADD does not replace regular CB. Trucks should still retain regular 40 channel 27 MHz AM CB radios in addition to a VHF radio with LADD/LD/RR channels programmed into memory.

Like the Business/Industrial Radio Service (land mobile radio, LMR, PLMR, business radio) and the MURS service, these frequencies are sometimes used for other purposes, such as hunting or other communications in remote areas of Canada and Alaska.

LADD Loading Channels (LD) and Resource Road (RR) Frequencies Channels Canada Trucking VHF List

Note that the 4 LADD channels are still in regular FM (20 kHz bandwidth) while the 5 LD (Loading Channels) and 35 RR (Resource Road) channels are narrowband FM (NFM or FMN - 11.25 kHz bandwidth). CTCSS (PL) or DCS (DPL) should not be used on any of these frequencies. Receivers must be set for carrier squelch or CSQ mode.

Channel Frequency Remarks/Usage
LADD 1 154.1000 MHz LADD channel 1 - trucking and logging companies, natural resource agencies
LADD 2 158.9400 MHz LADD channel 2 - trucking and logging companies, natural resource agencies
LADD 3 154.3250 MHz LADD channel 3 - trucking and logging companies, natural resource agencies
LADD 4 173.3700 MHz LADD channel 4 - trucking and logging companies, natural resource agencies
LD-1 151.7000 MHz Loading channel 1
LD-2 151.7450 MHz Loading channel 2
LD-3 151.7900 MHz Loading channel 3
LD-4 151.8050 MHz Loading channel 4
LD-5 151.8500 MHz Loading channel 5
RR-01 150.0800 MHz Resource Road channel 1
RR-02 150.1100 MHz Resource Road channel 2
RR-03 150.1400 MHz Resource Road channel 3
RR-04 150.1850 MHz Resource Road channel 4
RR-05 150.2000 MHz Resource Road channel 5
RR-06 150.2450 MHz Resource Road channel 6
RR-07 150.2600 MHz Resource Road channel 7
RR-08 150.3200 MHz Resource Road channel 8
RR-09 150.3650 MHz Resource Road channel 9
RR-10 150.4100 MHz Resource Road channel 10
RR-11 150.4400 MHz Resource Road channel 11
RR-12 150.5000 MHz Resource Road channel 12
RR-13 150.5300 MHz Resource Road channel 13
RR-14 150.5450 MHz Resource Road channel 14
RR-15 150.5600 MHz Resource Road channel 15
RR-16 150.5900 MHz Resource Road channel 16
RR-17 150.6800 MHz Resource Road channel 17
RR-18 150.7100 MHz Resource Road channel 18
RR-19 150.7700 MHz Resource Road channel 19
RR-20 150.8300 MHz Resource Road channel 20
RR-21 151.0100 MHz Resource Road channel 21
RR-22 151.1300 MHz Resource Road channel 22
RR-23 151.1900 MHz Resource Road channel 23
RR-24 151.2200 MHz Resource Road channel 24
RR-25 151.3100 MHz Resource Road channel 25
RR-26 151.3400 MHz Resource Road channel 26
RR-27 151.3700 MHz Resource Road channel 27
RR-28 151.4300 MHz Resource Road channel 28
RR-29 151.4600 MHz Resource Road channel 29
RR-30 151.4900 MHz Resource Road channel 30
RR-31 151.5200 MHz Resource Road channel 31
RR-32 151.5800 MHz Resource Road channel 32
RR-33 151.6100 MHz Resource Road channel 33
RR-34 151.6400 MHz Resource Road channel 34
RR-35 151.6700 MHz Resource Road channel 35

LADD and Resource Road VHF radio system base stations can range from 50 watts to 300 watts and may be remotely operated via landline telephone or VoIP technology. Mobile radios with transmit power ranging from 25 watts to 110 watts are used, with 45 watt, 50 watt and 60 watt mobiles commonly found in trucks (for example, the Icom IC-2100, IC-2200H, IC-V8000, Kenwood 2 meter amateur radios, the Alinco DR-135 series, as well as open-band 136-174 MHz Chinese mobiles such as the TYT TH-9000D and similar radios). 1/4 wave NMO antennas are often used when space consideration and rugged heavy duty antennas are needed but 1/2 wave and 5/8 wave VHF antennas are also used for improved gain on the VHF frequencies. Portable radios are also used for flagmen, wide load safety and other purposes on these frequencies.



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