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This file contains many of the radio codes & signals you hear used on the air. The information has been gleaned from many sources and since the only way to get this information is to listen and record what the radio codes and signals are encountered, there may be some differences in what is presented here from what you might believe the code or signals is used for. The data is arranged alphabetically by agency name. You can help in this effort. You can simply click on the link above to submit your information, or you can mail your information to us at: National Communications P.O. Box 291918 Kettering, OH 45429 This information is presented as a research tool courtesy of National Communications Magazine. Remember the site is free for you to use, but then there is really nothing that is free of charge. The magazine supports the web site, so please consider supporting the magazine with a subscription. With an annual subscription of $21.00 you will also receive access to our on-line 4 Million frequency searchable databases. We also have a site dedicated to Trunked Frequencies which is also available to you at no charge. You can look up frequencies by city/state You can look up frequencies by frequency/state You can print up the list of frequencies You can email a search to yourself to use in Excel or Scancat============================================================================= New Zealand Callsign Format: Callsigns of units operating under CAD control are made up as follows: Two letters indicating the unit home station (for example, AK = Auckland Central, TN = Takapuna, WN = Wellington Central, etc.). A letter indicating the unit type and one or two digits to indicate the specific unit identity. AKX3 is an Auckland Central CIB (Criminal Investigation Bureau) unit while SVH13 is an Auckland Motorways Traffic unit. ============================================================================= Unit type codes (third letter) are as follows: A Commissioned officer (Inspector) B Beat Unit C Crime car (CIB patrol for initial attendance at serious crimes) D Dog patrol E Uniform Inquiry unit F Fingerprints/Photographs G Logistics H Highway/Motorway traffic unit I Incident Patrol (Uniform) J Combined investigative unit K Scene of Crime officer L Police Launch M Mounted Patrol (Horses/Bicycles) N Senior Sergeant O Community Constable P Team Policing unit Q Single crew unit -- attends historic incidents R Rural Constable S General Duties Sergeant T General Traffic unit U Air Support Unit V Traffic Sergeant W Miscellaneous Traffic units X Miscellaneous CIB units Y Youth Aid/Education Z Diplomatic Protection Squad =============================================================================