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Rutherford County Tennessee Live Audio Feeds


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Listen Feed Genre Listeners Player Selection Links Status
La Vergne Fire Public Safety
1   Online
Murfreesboro Police Dispatch Public Safety
1   Online
Rutherford County EMS Dispatch Public Safety
1   Online
Rutherford County Fire Dispatch Public Safety
1   Online
Rutherford County Sheriff Dispatch Public Safety
1   Online
Smyrna Airport Police and Fire Public Safety
0     Online
Smyrna Police, Fire, and PW, Rutherford County Sheriff

Smyrna Public Safety (T.A.C.N. P25) & RCSO. Occasionally also scan nearby Brentwood PD. Digital trunking scanner, with dedicated server for feed. Non-Tac TG's only.
Public Safety
3   Online
Tennessee Highway Patrol Dist 3 - Digital

This is the State of TN 700/800/VHF statewide TRS (TACN). This feed contains the Nashville Dist. 3 Dispatch 1 talk group.
Public Safety
10   Online
W4CAT 145.2300 MHz and KB5YJC 443.7250 MHz Repeaters

Amateur radio repeaters. In addition to normal amateur radio use, these repeater frequencies are utilized by Rutherford County ARES (145.230) & MTEARS (443.725) for amateur radio emergency communications & training purposes. (MTEARS- Middle Tennes

Status: Feed will return shortly. May be offline during overnight hours due to lack of activity, and to preserve the life of equipment.
Amateur Radio
0     Offline