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* 200XLT~1.HAM Subject: Reviewing the Bearcat 200XLT (Portable) Scanner Date: 22 Jul 88 00:31:43 GMT Posted: Thu Jul 21 20:31:43 1988 x CUT HERE x UNIDEN/BEARCAT 200XL
* 3RDPAR~1.HAM 3RDPARTY.NTS (8/89) (Excerpt from QST July 1987) Countries with which the United States shares third-party traffic agreements. V2 Antigua C5 The Gambia ZP Paraguay LU Argentina 9G Gha
* 42290RTC.HAM Enie(tm) RADIO RTC - April 22, 1990 - 10:00 P.M. Eastern Improving Scanner Listening I've been using scanners for about 12 years. center. onmi-directional. But offers no gain 108 to 1
* ADV-POOL.HAM This is an ASCII text version of the Amateur Advanced Class question pool. There is a supplementary section after the answers for this original section. It is left up to you to positi
* AFONENEW.HAM From: die@cpoint.clearpoint.com (David I. Emery) Newsgroups: rec.radio.shortwave,rec.ham-radio,sci.electronics Subject: Monitoring Air Force One Communications - End of an era Keyword
* ALLBAND.TXT Another original file presented by Sine Wave. Sysop of The Grey Zone BBS 205-774-7453 ALL-BAND TRANSMIT MODIFICATIONS During a widespread emergency, it may become necessary to transmi
* AMTRAK~1.HAM DOC+dFB Amtrak Police Codes 10-00 Emergency Broadcast-all units standby 10-01 Recieving poorly 10-02 Recieving well 10-03 Priority Service 10-04 Acknowledgement 10-05 Repeat mes
* ANARC.HAM ANARC Affiliated Radio Clubs List ANARC is the Association of North American Radio Clubs, a loose affiliation of organizations promoting interest in radio broadcasting, listening and
* ANARC10.HAM I received the Winter BRT (The Voice of the Flemish Community of Belgium!) schedule in the mail yesterday, 4 Oct. BRT is one of the few broadcasters who shift their schedule, though l
* ANARC11.HAM ADDRESSES OF FCC-LICENSED INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTING STATIONS (December 4, 1989) World Christian Broadcasting Corp. Radio Station KNLS P.O. Box 473 Anchor Point, AK 99556 Far East Bro
* ANARC12.HAM What is shortwave radio? From a purely technical point of view, shortwave radio refers to those frequencies between 3 and 30 MHz. Their main characteristic is their ability to 'propag
* ANARC13.HAM INFORMATION ABOUT THE ASSOCIATION OF CLANDESTINE ENTHUSIASTS The ACE is the Association of Clandestine Enthusiasts an ANARC (Association of North American Radio Clubs) member. Our sho
* ANARC3.HAM Christian Science Monitor schedule X-NEWS: kuhub.cc.ukans.edu rec.radio.shortwave: 3134 Relay-Version: VMS News - V5.9C 19/12/89 VAX/VMS V5.4; site kuhub.cc.ukans.edu Subject: SCHEDUL
* ANARC5.HAM VOICE OF AMERICA TRANSMISSION SCHEDULE 30 SEPTEMBER 1990 TO 30 MARCH 1991 All times are Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), more traditionally known as Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). Freque
* ANARC6.HAM Radio Canada International English Language Schedule March 25-September 29, 1990 UTC Target Area Frequencies 0100-0200 Cent America 9535, 9755, 11845, 11940, 13720 (Sat Only) 0100-020
* ANARC7.HAM BBC World Service Schedule Zone Description 1 Alaska 2 Canada, west of 110 degrees 3 Canada, 90-110 degrees 4 Canad
* ANARC8.HAM R A D I O S W E D E N Tune in S-105 10 Stockholm Lyssna till oss Schalt ein Phone +46-8-784 0000 Branchez-vous Fax +46-8-667 6283
* ANTENN~1.HAM SCANNER SETUP While I am not a ham or electronics whiz, I have been into monitoring for the last twenty years. I now own Radio Shack's PRO-2004, and a Bearcat BC-210. Both of these un
* AOR3000.HAM FIRST IMPRESSIONS ON THE LATEST SCANNER BY Authority On Radio (Japan) THE AOR AR-3000 By Nigel Ballard. 28 Maxwell Road Winton Bournemouth Dorset BH9 1DL England 24 July 1990 All mode
* AORTEST.HAM THE Authority On Radio AOR3000 SCANNER By Nigel Ballard 28 Maxwell Road Winton, Bournemouth Dorset BH9 1DL England
* AOSC_FBI.HAM FROM THE ALL OHIO SCANNER CLUB: SYSTEM PROFILE - The FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION History The FBI traces its roots back to the year 1908 when then U.S. Attorney General Charles Bon
* AR.HAM AR-1000 Reset Procedure What you need : - A small Philips screwdriver - A soldering iron (30 W max) What to do : - Remove the antenna - Remove the batteries - Remove the tuning, volum
* AR1000~1.HAM From: PJML@ibma.nerc-wallingford.ac.uk ('Pete Lucas, NCS-TLC, Holbrook House, Swindon') Newsgroups: rec.ham-radio Subject: AOR AR1000 Reviewed. Message-ID: 10.Jan.91.09:39:41.GMT.#939
* ARRLVETT.HAM Subject: ARRL VE Examination information Date: 9 Aug 91 06:29:51 GMT AMATEUR RADIO EXAMINATION OPPORTUNITIES The following test session information is provided by the ARRL/VEC for the
* AWACS.HAM For those who may be interested: AWACS ground to air net, 13.2411 Mhz USB Unknown ground net, 10.6488 Mhz AM 530 Khz Eastern prov. Alert Status/MOP status There are many many nets in
* BAND.LST This is a high frequency band guide detailing the various services throughout the HF band. Listed are such things as the SW broadcast, Amateur, Marine, Aircraft, Fixed, Mobile and CB
* BFD.HAM Boston Fire Department Incident Type Codes Basic 901 Codes 100's: Fire or Explosion (includes fire out on arrival) 200's: Overpressure Rupture (no combustion) 300's: Rescue, Emergency
* BFD10.HAM Boston Fire Department Special Signals ( Struck Identical to a BOX ) 10 - 12 No Public School 10 - 13 No Drill School 10 - 14 No Fire College 10 - 15 Display National Standard at Half
* BFDUNITS.HAM City of Boston Fire Departmant Radio System Moble Unit Call Signs Assoicated Organizations A 1 Mayors Car A 2 Mayors Office A 3 Mayors Office A 4 Mayors Office A 5 Mass. State Fire Ma
* BIDDOC.HAM There is a 'BID' (Bulletin IDentifier) associated with each bulletin type message and with any message which has a distribution list. If a BID is not given explicitly with the 'Send'
* BREVITY.HAM OFFICIAL BREVITY CODES USED IN THE U.K. Compiled by Nigel Ballard 28 Maxwell Road Winton Bournemouth Dorset BH9 1DL England THE FOLLOWING LIST OF CODES ARE USED BY OFFICIAL BODIES THA
* BRINKS.TXT 22/22: Looking for rent-a-cops Name: Rich - N 6 U I I - X E 2 G H M #1 @8899 Date: Sat May 13 21:47:08 1989 Rent a cops are usually on the business band and GMRS frequencies. Unlike t
* BUGGING.FRE Frequencies used by wireless microphones, transmitters, bugging devices, surveillance etc. These frequencies have been compiled by a few sources, Monitoring Times, Popular Communicati
* CARRADIO.HAM OLD CAR RADIOS You have just purchased an old car radio for a dollar or two at a yard sale. So, how do you go about hooking up a 12-volt supply and speaker to it, much less a shortwav
* CARTRE~1.HAM !! THE BUG DETECTOR !! BY: FORD PREFECT UPLOADED BY: The Phoney Phoner and The Skeleton Krew What you will need: (the number in brackets is a reference number which matches the schema
* CBBOOK.TXT No description yet
* CELL-10.TXT PART X. A FEW COMMON SCANNER MODIFICATIONS Here a few scanners and what it takes to modify them. If your scanner is not shown here, don't worry. Ham Radio BBS's are all over the count
* CELL-11.TXT PART XI. THE 40-50 MHZ CELLULAR SCANNER The cellular phone freqs. occupy the UHF spectrum previously assign to commercial TV stations. Since a TV channel occupies a Bandwidth(BW) of 6
* CHIPS.HAM SCANNING THE CHIP'S HERE'S THE LATEST UPDATE ON THE CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL SYSTEM By: Rick Maslau, KNY2GL Source: Popular Communications, Sept. 1990 Reprinted By: Lori Jordan For:
* CLARIFIR.HAM HCS Clarifier Update! I have some calls from some Hams about Some Radios they have Bought and Tried to Open the Clarifier on The Midland 7001 6001 Series of Radios! It seems that ther
* CLARK.HAM THE CLARKE BELT OBJECTIVE: The student will understand the history, theory, and Satellites in the Clarke belt. As previously explained in TLA 7 the Clark Belt is located 22,300 miles
* CODES.TXT Police Codes- PHONETIC ALPHABETS A-ALPHA J-JULIETTE S-SIERRA B-BRAVO K-KILO T-TANGO C-CHARLIE L-LIMA
* CONSUMER.HAM OBJECTIVE: The student will become aware of their rights and know what type of system components makes up their system. These are answers to some of the questions most often asked abo
* CONVERT.HAM SHORTWAVE CONVERTER Parts List C1 Optional capacitor. Use 150pF with 5 Mhz crystal, or 47pF with 8 Mhz If using crystal 10 Mhz omit this capacitor. C2 33 pF C3,C5 220 pF C4 .047 F
* CONVERT.TXT SHORTWAVE CONVERTER Parts List C1 Optional capacitor. Use 150pF with 5 Mhz crystal, or 47pF with 8 Mhz If using crystal 10 Mhz omit this capacitor. C2 33 pF C3,C5 220 pF C4 .047 F
* COPCODE.TXT Combat Arms 2869 Grove Way Castro Valley, California 94546-6709 Telephone (415) 538-6544 November 26, 1988 Police Radio Codes The following is a combined list of those radio codes use
* COPCODES.TXT The following is a list of current codes used by the police and other government agencies. This list was created for the thousands of people who enjoy the hobby of 'Scanning'. It's pu
* CORDLSPH.TXT Cordless Telephone Antenna -A.G.TENNA- August 3, 1989 Designed by: Adam Gott (On GENIE: A.GOTT)
* CORDMOD.TXT CORDLESS MODIFICATIONS Souce: Monitoring Times Sept. 1990 By: Bob Kay Reprinted By: John (Topol) Johnson, KWV8BP of The Hotline BBS 304-736-9169 If you own a Pro-2004 Scanner radio, y
* CORDPRIV.TXT This file may also be known as wombat file #01, or wombat01 if I ever bother to type/write something else. \/\/ombat This file is a work of fiction. Everything in it is fictitious. An
* COVSPECT.TXT The covert spectrum. (pirate and secret broadcasting) by Jim Hougan 'A bit of transmission has been coming through, But so disjointed that I cannot be sure Whether I am to work more c
* CPD-TEN.HAM CHARLOTTE POLICE DEPARTMENT OFFICIAL TEN SIGNALS 10-1 SIGNAL WEAK 10-53 ROAD BLOCKED 10-2 SIGNAL GOOD 10-54 HIT AND RUN - PD - PI - F 10-3 STOP TRANSMITTING
* DELIVE~1.HAM DELIVERY.NTS (7/89) Handling third party traffic is the oldest tradition in Amateur Radio. This is most valuable during disasters. Nationwide the National Traffic System (NTS) has hun
* DESIGNTS.HAM DESIG.NTS (6/89) Designators for Third Party Traffic The National Traffic System traces its roots back to H.P. Maxim, the Old Man, himself, and attempts to carry on this 75 year old t
* DISHNEWS.HAM 'The World's Most Important Publication' DISHCETERA - THE SATELLITE TV NEWS ON-LINE MAGAZINE Volume 2 - Issue # 10 (C)Copyright 1989,1990 August 1, 1990 This entire newsletter is copy
* DSQUELCH.HAM Bill Cheek COMMTRONICS ENGINEERING - Communications Information PO BOX 262478, San Diego, CA 92196 November 23, 1990; 4:54 pm NEW DATA TONE SQUELCH CIRCUIT FOR THE PRO-2004, PRO-2005
* DXBAND.HAM TUNING IN THE OVERLOOKED BAND 29.70 - 30.00 MHZ. From Popular Communications July of 89 Reprinted by John Johnson, KWV8BP Small as it is, the band contains several discrete sub-bands.
* ECPA_8~1.HAM Notes from Eric Poole, Sysop of Leo Technology BBS: Over the last couple of weeks, I've been calling around to CompuServe, the Circuit Cellar INK BBS, and everywhere else I can think
* EURPRO34.HAM SWITCHABLE EURO MOD FOR THE PRO-34 By R.H. Gouin Micro General Corp. Norman, OK. The following Mod allows reception of both the 30mhz to 54mhz, and the 68mhz to 88mhz range on the Pro
* EXAMS809.HAM AMATEUR RADIO EXAMINATION OPPORTUNITIES The following test session information is provided by the ARRL/VEC for the upcoming six to eight week period. For further information, please c
* FCCFICHE.HAM Category 4, Topic 3 Message 3 Thu Jun 01, 1989 MASAMWICK [NC_SCANNER] at 22:24 EDT Wil you be travelling along the coast? If so, maybe we can get together. What FCC data files are you
* FCCKNOCK.TXT From hiken@igc.apc.org Sun Dec 26 17:17:15 1993 Date: Fri, 10 Dec 1993 10:26:33 -0800 To: frbspd@crl.com Subject: FCC Knocks WHAT TO DO WHEN THE FCC KNOCKS ON YOUR DOOR Produced by th
* FCCSMR.HAM SPECIALIZED MOBILE RADIO February 1991 Doron Fertig Policy and Planning Branch Land Mobile Microwave Division Private Radio Bureau Federal Communications Commission Washington, D.C. 2
* FCC_LIST.TXT This list is coming to you from the N6UII/BBS (818)407-1116. NOTE: I HOPE YOU ARE READYTHIS FILE IS ABOUT 95K!!!! THE R.E.C/N6UII LIST OF FREQUENCY ALLOCATIONS FROM 60Khz to 40 GHz. V
* FDNY10.PRO N.Y.C. Fire Department Radio Code Signals (Updated 7/6/84) 10-1 Call your quarters (or other unit, if so instructed). 10-2 Return to your quarters. 10-3 Call the dispatcher by telepho
* FEDPLATE.HAM FEDERAL GOVERNMENT LICENSE PLATES Copied by: John Johnson, KWV8BP Source: The 'Top Secret' Registry of U.S. Government Radio Frequencies Some states issue their own license plates to
* FEDS.TXT Title: Watching the Feds who are Watching You Date: 6/3/87 Time: 7:06 pm THIS FILE WAS ORIGINALLY POSTED ON OSUNY (914)428-7216, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. SUFFICIENT CREDIT SHOULD BE GI
* FM.TXT How to make an FM w
* FMSC2.HAM FCC MICROFICHE SERVICE CODES AVIATION INDUSTRIAL AA Aviation Auxiliary IT Telephone Maintenance AC Civil Air Patrol IW Power AD Aviation Develop
* FM_MIKE.TXT FM-MIKE 88 - 110 MHZ \ANT
* FRUQUENC.HAC # The ZEDNNET Presents. # # # # The Idiot's Guide to Radio # # Technology and Frequing # # # By The ZEDNNET Writer #1 with help from the Unknown Freq Frequing Frequing (rhymes with p
* GE-SUP~1.HAM Subject: GE Superradio II FAQ's Date: Sun, 29 Sep 1991 19:08:15 GMT Sender: news@news.unomaha.edu (UNO Network News Server) X-News-Reader: VMS NEWS 1.11 Someone is bound to ask some o
* GOVT-V~1.HAM Article 14086 in rec.ham-radio: Subject: More on NightWatch VIP UHF-Mux air/ground circuits Keywords: GEP, UHF-MUX, Autovon, Nightwatch, Air Force One, Nationwide wideband Date: 8 Sep
* GRE-AM~1.HAM THE GRE AMERICA SUPER AMPLIFIER PRODUCT REVIEW Source: Popular Communications, Nov. 1990 By: Rick Maslau, KNY2GL Reprinted by: John Johnson, KWV8BP of The Hotline BBS, 304-736-9169 Ha
* HAM06.TXT THE BASIS BEHIND RADIO HACKING PART I In the future, we hope to bring you more installments of this article as more is learned about this fascinating new
* HAM07.TXT FREQUING THE BASIS BEHIND RADIO HACKING PART II This article deals with Satellite hacking, CB info, and car phone syst
* HAMDEF.HAM B!K4CY!N4DWY!W4DPH!W8DUV!KP4OO!N4NIA!N4LDG WHY RADIO AMATEURS ARE CALLED ' HAMS ' From Florida Skip Magazine - 1959 Have you ever wondered why radio amateurs are called 'HAMS ' ? Well
* HAMFAQ.HAM | 30-Jul-91 10:10 dls update, see changebars (|) The following is a monthly posting of frequently asked questions for Amateur Radio. Due to the increasing size of this list, I've brok
* HAML0490.HAM AMCOM, Ohio's Largest PCBoard, presents the latest HAML monthly update HAML0490.ZIP National and foreign list of Ham and Short Wave Listener BBS's ( as of April 1, 1990. please discar
* HAMWAT~1.HAM 800 PHONE NO.'S FOR HAMS COMPANY LOCATION NUMBER A P PRODUCTS MENTOR, OH
* HARDLINE.HAM R:880802/0618c 9178@WB0OIZ [INDEPENDENCE, MO - 64050] This is how to match the popular 75 ohm CATV hardline to a 50 ohm antenna: | | | Overall Leng
* HEADER~1.HAM About BBS Message Headers. There seems to be a general mis-understanding of the function of the message headers. Here is a little history, and some information on new work in progress
* HIERDOC.HAM INTERNATIONAL ROUTING DESIGNATORS Lew Jenkins, N6VV David B. Toth, M.D., VE3GYQ H. N. 'Hank' Oredson, W0RLI c/o Dr. D. B. Toth 499 Bobbybrook Drive London, Ontario, Canada N5X 1G8 It
* HOWTONTS.HAM HOWTO.NTS (10/11/89) Sending NTS messages on packet is simple and easy. If you have a friend that is on packet and wish to send him or her a message, all that is necessary is to know
* HOW_PHON.WOR From telecom@eecs.nwu.edu Wed Aug 7 00:47:09 1991 Received: from hub.eecs.nwu.edu by gaak.LCS.MIT.EDU via TCP with SMTP id AA19092; Wed, 7 Aug 91 00:46:57 EDT Resent-Message-Id: 91080
* IC-R10.HAM FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ICOM INTRODUCES THE NEW IC-R100 ADVANCED WIDEBAND COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVER JANUARY 19, 1990 ICOM, the champion in receiver technology, introduces the new IC-R100
* INTROSWL.TXT This posting contains answers to the following questions: o What is shortwave radio? o Where can I find broadcasts by Radio Foobar? o Where can I find a list of broadcasts in the Engl
* KDK2016.HAM 2016A SCAN DEFEAT DURING XMIT FOR KDK 2016A Anyone with a KDK-2016A has either fixed this or learned to live with it, but here goes anyway: The 4-channel memory scan on the KDK 2016A
* LIFE-FLI.HAM LIFE FLIGHT MONITORING THE EMERGENCY AEROMEDICAL SERVICE By: Laura Quarantiello Source: Monitoring Times Reprinted by: John Johnson, KWV8BP The future of on-the-scene emergency trauma
* LINGO.DS Here are some of the more exotic military and geographic terms, code names and slang words being used in reports from the Persian Gulf. ATTRIT.lose troops by attrition or other means,
* LINGODS.HAM Here are some of the more exotic military and geographic terms, code names and slang words being used in reports from the Persian Gulf. ATTRIT.lose troops by attrition or other means,
* LITEWAVE.TXT AM LIGHTWAVE TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER BY JOE SCHARF SCHEMATIC 1 [TRANSMITTER] MIC C1 () + .1 uF |-(OO)-|(| +9V | () | ^ | R3
* M-E-1.HAM WAR OF THE WORDS Who's right and who's wrong? What's really going on? Who did what and why? Follow the wave of opinion and propaganda as it unfolds on the Middle East Shortwave broadc
* M-E-2.HAM THE GAMBLE IN THE GULF: MONITORING WORLD MILITARY REACTION TO THE IRAQI INVASION OF KUWAIT 'Ive been monitoring the utility bands for the last 25 years,' says Monitoring Times utility
* M-E-3.HAM GLOBAL NAVIES CONVERGE ON THE PERSIAN GULF (And You Can Tune Them In!) Source: Monitoring Times, Oct. 1990 By: James T. Pogue Reprinted by: Lori Jordan For, The Hotline BBS, 304-736-9
* MARSNTS.HAM MARS.NTS (8/89) Sending Traffic to the MARS Networks The message format for traffic sent into the MARS networks is the same as that for any NTS traffic, with the following exceptions:
* MB8719.HAM This is the most commonly used chip on the market today so I will try to make this as Simple as possible! the following is a Diagram of the MB8719 Chip Used in all the New radios!
* MEBCST.HAM English Language Broadcasts from the Middle East Arab World The following schedules are extracted from the English Language Shortwave Schedules compiled by Tom Sundstrom and published
* METRO.HAM Metro Radio Service Radio Codes 10-01 Responding 10-45 Fatality/injuries 10-02 Cancel response Code 1 - Fatality 10-03 Arrived on scene Code 2 - Serious injury 10-04 Acknowledgem
* MGRDUT~1.HAM Here are the duties of an NTS NCN BBS packet manager: 1. Guarantee deliver of all NTS traffic according to the Zips that are designated to be forwarded to the BBS. 2. Update the NCN N
* MICRO2.HAM BAND EXPANSION MODIFICATION FOR ICOM MICRO2 1. Remove battery. 2. Remove 4 screws securing batter. Slide from fron panel. 3. Remove small black screw below PTT switch. 4. Carefully se
* MIL-CALL.HAM Well, I don't believe there is ANYTHING illegal or immoral about posting this; the information is readily available (both to you me and the Soviets), and if the military didn't want t
* MIL-CALL.TXT Well, I don't believe there is ANYTHING illegal or immoral about posting this; the information is readily available (both to you me and the Soviets), and if the military didn't want t
* MILITARY.TXT A List Of Military Aviation Frequencies The following UHF Military/Air frequencies are unclassified and are available in many publications and journals. To monitor these you must have
* MILSAT.HAM For those of you interested in listening to the 242 to 270Mhz Milsat band, here are some tips and equipment ideas to get you on the air. With our current activities in the Gulf, there
* MILTRAIN.HAM MILITARY TRAINING Source: Monitoring Times Reprinted by: John Johnson, KWV8BP The United States Military is the main source of radio traffic in the 225 to 400 Mhz. range. The aircraft
* MOD_21.HAM THE RADIO SHACK PRO-2005 PROGRAMMABLE SCANNER by Bob Parnass, AJ9S Manufactured in Japan by General Research Electronics, the Radio Shack PRO-2005 is a 400 channel, wide coverage scan
* MOREHINT.HAM MOREHINT.TXT Written by Nigel Ballard 28 Maxwell Road Winton, Bournemouth Dorset BH9 1DL England November 1990 Well I missed out some hints and tips from the last article, so here goe
* MORSE.HAM THE INTERNATIONAL MORSE CODE A ._ U _ B _. V ._ C _._. W . D _
* MOSCOW~1.HAM RADIO MOSCOW Moscow, USSR NORTH AMERICAN SERVICES SCHEDULES Sep 29 - Nov 2, 1991 Nov 3, 1991 - Feb 29, 1992 - HOUR (UTC) - HOUR (UTC) FREQ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
* MSGADR~1.HAM The following is an attempt to define the information that should be placed in the 'TO' and the '@' portions of a message. These help comprise the HIRARCHIAL ADDRESS of a message. The
* MSGFMT~1.HAM THE STANDARD 16-LINE MESSAGE FORMAT by G. O. Ellis, AAT6VF The Standard 16-Line Message Format is described in detail in Table 10-3 of FM 11-490-7. There is a great deal of informatio
* MX4000.HAM GET LONGER BATTERY LIFE FROM YOUR REGENCY MX-4000 OR MX-4200 SCANNER by Bob Parnass, AJ9S The discontinued Regency MX-4000 and MX-4200 are battery operated, 20 channel scanners manufa
* NARAGO.HAM In My Opinion An editorial by Donald L. Stoner, W6TNS This may be your first exposure to 'The Amateur Radio Communicator' and The National Amateur Radio Association. I certainly hope
* NBCNEW.HAM April 6, 1991 Ms. Kim McCarthy, Producer 'REAL LIFE WITH JANE PAULEY' National Broadcasting Company 30 Rockefeller Center New York, NY 10020 Dear Ms. McCarthy: I write in response to
* NEWHAM.HAM Getting an Amateur Radio License Terry R. Dettmann/WX7S I've been watching HamNet and other sources for a while and it seems like there is a need to answer the question 'How can I bec
* NEWSCA~1.HAM TIPS FROM THE TOWER BROUGHT TO YOU BY: Intercept Inc. 6014 Oak Hill Drive Flowery Branch, GA 30542 (404) 967-9757 Presenting: 'THE INDESPENSABLE GUIDE T
* NICADCHG.HAM A NICAD BATTERY CHARGER USING VOLTAGE AND CURRENT LIMITING TECHNIQUES
* NIGEL-IF.HAM RECEIVER HUNTING USING THE 'I.F.' PRINCIPLE By Nigel Ballard 28 Maxwell Road, Winton, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH9 1DL, England. 5 August 1990 Firstly, what is an 'I.F.'? Well, incoming s
* NIGEL01.HAM A Journey Through My Scanning Triumphs And Disasters By Nigel Ballard 28 Maxwell Road Winton Bournemouth Dorset BH9 1DL ENGLAND. 20 July 1990 It all started many years ago, I was on v
* NIGELBUG.HAM RADIO SURVEILLANCE (BUGGING) IN THE U.K. By Nigel Ballard 28 Maxwell Road, Winton Bournemouth, Dorset, BH9 1DL ENGLAND I suppose to most laymen, the word bugging, produces up visions
* NIGELCMP.HAM A PERSONAL VIEW OF COMPUTERS AND COMPUTING By Nigel Ballard 28 Maxwell Road, Winton, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH9 1DL England. WOT NO QWERTY KEYBOARD! My experience of computers and compu
* NIGELDEN.HAM A LAYMAN'S GUIDE TO TRAFFIC ANALYSIS By Nigel Ballard. 28 Maxwell Road Winton Bournemouth Dorset BH9 1DL England. 23 July 1990 The question you are now asking is 'what is Traffic Anal
* NIGELSPY.HAM ADVANCED SIGNAL ACQUISITION FOR PRIVATE SCANNER OPERATORS By Nigel Ballard 28 Maxwell Road Winton Bournemouth Dorset BH9 1DL ENGLAND. 20 July 1990 There is more than one way to skin a
* NIGLBEST.HAM THE BEST OF THE EARLY SSC SCANNING FREE INFO SHEETS (sorry for the dreadful grammer etc, just read and enjoy) ARE YOU SITTING COMFORTABLY? On a little island called the United Kingdom
* NTSCFREQ.TXT Weld Pond brings you NORTH AMERICAN TELEVISON CHANNELS/FREQUENCIES (As Per NTSC Standards) Channel Video Freq. MHz. Audio Freq. MHz. Comments Low Band 1 49.25
* NYPD10S.PRO N.Y.C. Police Department Radio and Incident Code Signals. Instruction 10-01 Call your command 10-02 Report to your command 10-03 Call Dispatcher by telephone 10-04 Acknowledgement 10-
* OIL-DX.HAM OIL RIG DX TUNING IN ON THE HUNT FOR ENERGY IN THE GULF OF MEXICO Source: Popular Communications, April 1990 By: J.C. Tugwell, KTX5SM Reprinted by: Lori Jordan For: The Hotline BBS, J
* PAC-INTR.HAM INTRODUCTION to PACKET RADIO Radio amateurs in Canada, Sweden, and the United States have been experimenting with packet radio, a system of computer-based communications. This new mod
* PACKET.HAM An Amateur Packet Radio Overview by Rich Bono (NM1D) October, 1990 (revision 1.2) The following is the result of a non-amateur asking some basic questions about amateur packet radio.
* PACKET.TXT PACKET RADIO: An Introduction - - by Larry Kenney, WB9LOZ Packet Radio is the latest major development to hit the world of Amateur Radio. If you haven't already been caught by the 'pa
* PACKET~1.HAM Okay, here goes with a neutral glossary of amateur packet radio terms. ARPA Suite - the set of protocols standardized by the Advanced Research Projects Agency of the US Department of
* PCS300.HAM Date: 2 February 1985 To: Azden PCS-300 Owners Subj: Adjustment of PCS-300 PLL One of our members recently experienced a problem with his Azden PCS-300 handheld VHF transceiver. The p
* PHONE.PAT From telecom@eecs.nwu.edu Wed Aug 7 00:47:09 1991 Received: from hub.eecs.nwu.edu by gaak.LCS.MIT.EDU via TCP with SMTP id AA19091; Wed, 7 Aug 91 00:46:57 EDT Resent-Message-Id: 91080
* PIR.TXT Pump up the volume (or how to make a pirate radio station) By: D.J. 'big Joe' This is patently illegal, so don't distrbute it to people you do not trust! What is pirate radio? Pirate
* PIR001.TXT Starting a Pirate Radio Station Chapter I: The Raw Basics Written 5-13-93 By -Arclight-
* PK232D~1.HAM Recently, several new packeteers using PK-232s have appeared on our local duplex repeater which is dedicated to packet radio. This is one environment where the collision frequency sho
* PKTFAQ.HAM From: steve@matt.ksu.ksu.edu (Steve Schallehn) Subject: Explanation of packet radio FAQ Message-ID: 1991Jul10.130056.25817@maverick.ksu.ksu.edu Sender: news@maverick.ksu.ksu.edu (The
* POLICECO.PHK FUZZZZ CODES II. Writen 4/12/85 Updated 1/15/86 WRITEN BY THE CHEMIST AND TRANS AMERICA [CALL THE AGENCY (818) 794 - 5001] This file was writen for The Agency (818) 794 - 5001, f
* POLICS~1.HAM FUZZZZ CODES II. Writen 4/12/85 Updated 1/15/86 WRITEN BY THE CHEMIST AND TRANS AMERICA [CALL THE AGENCY (818) 794 - 5001] This file was writen for The Agency (818) 794 - 5001, for th
* POSTAL~1.HAM POSTAL.NTS (8/9/89) The NTS '@' field in NTS messages is formed by placing the 2-letter postal designator after the letters 'NTS'. For instance, NTSOR is NTS traffic being sent to Ore
* POWERSUP.HAM BUILDING A 12 VOLT POWER SUPPLY Components: 120 v MOV T1 18 volt @ 2 amp. transformer (Radio Shack # 273-1515) BR1 Bridge rectifier, 4 Amp. @ 50 PIV (Radio Shack # 276-1146) C1 4700
* PRE-AMP.HAM BYPASS THAT PREAMP A Bob Grove tip Martin Toomajian, Jr. DDS, of Watervliet, New York, came up with this clever way to switch out an in-line preamplifier like the popular Grove PRE4 w
* PRO2005.HAM THE RADIO SHACK PRO-2005 PROGRAMMABLE SCANNER by Bob Parnass, AJ9S Manufactured in Japan by General Research Electronics, the Radio Shack PRO-2005 is a 400 channel, wide coverage scan
* PRO200~1.HAM THE RADIO SHACK PRO-2006 PROGRAMMABLE SCANNER by Bob Parnass, AJ9S The Radio Shack PRO-2006 is a 400 channel, wide coverage scanner radio, manufactured in Japan by General Research El
* QSIGNALS.HAM Q Signals QRG My frequency is _ QRK Your signal readability is _ (1 - 5) QRL The frequency is busy QRM Your transmission is being interfered with QRN
* QUAYLE.HAM HUNTING QUAYLE ON AIR FORCE 2 Source: Monitoring Times By: Sue Kennedy Reprinted by: John (Topol) Johnson, KWV8BP of The Hotline BBS 304-736-9169 This is a list of frequencies that we
* R7000.HAM R7000 Display/Sensitivity Problem If you are having trouble with you Icom R7000 display being flaky and then a sudden decress in sensitivity try the following: PROBLEM: ICOM R7000 rad
* R7000C~1.HAM DOUBLE THE MEMORY CHANNELS OF THE ICOM R7000 BY REPLACING THE SPEECH SWITCH by Jean-Louis Ecochard I Introduction This modification is based on information received both from Bob Parn
* RABBIT.TXT Unauthorised Access UK 0636-708063 10pm-7am 12oo/24oo X//X//X//X//X//X//X//X//X//X//X//X//X//X//X//X//X//X//X//X
* RADIOFAX.HAM MONITORING EQUIPMENT REVIEW R.P. MEGGS PRESIDENT INTERCEPT INC. 6014 OAK HILL DRIVE FLOWERY BRANCH, GA. 30542 (404)967-9757 Welcome Back! JUST THE FAX, MA'AM. This month we're going t
* RADIOMAP.HAM EASTNET8.MAP (revised) April 11,1985 by K1HTV The following is a graphic representation of Packet Radio links which are believed to exist on 145.010 MHz on the East coast of Nort
* RDTLKR1.HAM SEARS ROADTALKER SSB BASE MOBILE There is lot of these out there. Poor Rejection but thet Talk Good Don't over-peak! They have a small Power Supply. CLARIFIER: 1. Remove R303. This Di
* RFOITTE.TXT Radio Frequencies of interest to Telephone Experimenters by THE RESEARCHER (Updated 01/26/86) A lot of technicaly oriented telephone experimenters are finding out about an exiting wor
* RS_GALAX.HAM COMMUNICATIONS IN SPACEEDITION 5.1 THE DXers GUIDE TO THE GALAXY George Wood August, 1991 This is the text of Radio Sweden's booklet 'Commun
* S-RESCUE.HAM TUNING IN ON SEARCH RESCUE OPERATIONS Source: Popular Communications, Nov. 1990 By: Thurston Wainwright, KRL4PN Reprinted by: Lori Jordan For: The Hotline BBS, John Johnson, KWV8BP It
* S-TIPS~1.HAM THE BLOCKBUSTER EPIC TIPS FROM THE TOWER BROUGHT TO YOU BY:
* SAN-D-1.HAM A HISTORY OF SAND DIEGO POLICE COMMUNICATIONS Source: Monitoring Times Sept. 1990 By: Brian Johnson III Reprinted by: John (Topol) Johnson, KWV8BP The Hotline BBS 304-736-9169 This fi
* SATDIS~1.HAM SATELLITE CHANNEL CHART G1 GALAXY 1 SATELLITE NAME C-Band Polarization ODD channels Horizontal EVEN channels Vertical G1 GALAXY G1 (134 Degrees West) Hughes Communications 01 HBO (
* SCANHINT.HAM SCANHINT.TXT October 1990 Written by Nigel Ballard 28 Maxwell Road Winton Bournemouth Dorset BH9 1DL ENGLAND Hello again, This article will just be a mishmash of my scanning hints and
* SCANINTR.HAM ScanIntr.txt The following is a guide to the hobby of monitoring the Public Service bands, and some general tips for beginners to the hobby. This guide is broken down into 3 parts: (1
* SCANINUK.HAM VISITING THE U.K. AND INTENDING TO BRING A SCANNER ALONG FOR THE RIDE?
* SCANMAST.HAM TURBO-CHARGE YOUR SCANNER !! Do you own an R7000, FRG9600 or AR2002 ? Why not upgrade your Scanner into a professional monitoring station with the SCANMASTER remote control unit from
* SCANNER.LAW Subject: State Scanner Law Regulations List Date: Sun, 2 Aug 1992 11:39:42 GMT Lately, I've seen a lot of questions regarding the legality of scanners in cars in certain states, so I
* SCANNERS.HAM Subject: Welcome to rec.radio.shortwave (Scanning) Keywords: Proposed version of intro posting - scanner flavor Date: 20 Jan 90 13:14:12 GMT Introduction to Scanning by Bob Parnass, A
* SCANNERS.TXT The following is a guide to the hobby of monitoring the Public Service bands, and some general tips for beginners to the hobby. This guide is broken down into 3 parts: (1) Equipment (
* SCLAW.HAM The following file provides a description of the most important Statewide Law Enforcement Agencies in South Carolina. SOUTH CAROLINA HIGHWAY PATROL The South Carolina Highway Patrol i
* SCNPAT~1.HAM TWO SCANNER PATENTS by Bob Parnass, AJ9S Here is the information I published a few years ago about two of the scanner patents held by General Research Elec- tronics (GRE), makers of m
* SENDBU~1.HAM Bulletin distribution When uploading a bulletin to a Packet Radio BBS the bulletin will be automatically distributed to users in a specific area, depending on who you wish to contact.
* SHIPCALL.HAM SHIPS CALLS BY SHIP NAME 03/04/87 SHIP NAME CALL ALASKAN WTGO ALEUTIAN DEVELOPER WIPL AMERICAN ACCORD KFEZ AMERICAN ACE KFCV AMERICAN ALABAMA WPKD AMERICAN ALLIANCE
* SILKPURS.HAM Monitoring 'SILK PURSE' By nigel Ballard 28 Maxwell Road, Winton Bournemouth Dorset BH9 1DL England. STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND 'ABNCP' USAF AIRBORNE NATIONAL COMMAND POST SILK PURSE-AIRCR
* STATS.HAM #: 37055 S4/FCC Regulatory 30-Dec-90 09:44:10 Sb: #36821-No Code Fm: richard hoffbeck, N0LOX 72406,521 To: Fritz Anderson WT9T 70050,172 Here is the age distribution from the FCC cal
* SVC-CODE.HAM Radio Electronics RT Category 4, Topic 28 Message 170 Sat Apr 13, 1991 A.HEELY [Art - K1ZKY] at 01:11 EDT Jack, Hope this isn't too long for a message. FCC SERVICE CODES AVIATION
* SWBANDS.HAM BAND (meters) FREQUENCY (MHz) COMMENTS 160 1.60 - 1.80 amateur 120 2.30 - 2.495 'tropical
* SWLGDOC.HAM Shortwave Listening Guide 1991 (C) 1991 by Gary Maddox February 1991 Shortwave Listening Guide is PC software that contains the frequencies of dozens of shortwave stations around the
* SWMISC.HAM MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS RELATING TO SW LISTENING AND AMATEUR RADIO Ham Radio Info Amateur Radio Center 1117 W. 36th St., Baltimore 889-5214 Store for amateur radio supplies in the Baltim
* SWRHACK.TXT - Short-Wave Radio Hacking - by The Seker Every day, tons of information is exchanged over the air waves. I have found news agencies, military computers, businesses, and even hacks. T
* TENCODES.HAM TEN CODES AND THE PHONETIC ALPHABET By: John Johnson, KWV8BP The following is Ten Codes that are officially suggested by the Associated Public Communications Officers (APCO): Ten - 1
* TENCODES.TXT 10-1 Unable to copy 10-50 Traffic Accident 10-2 Radio signal good 10-50-J1.No Injuries (Minor) 10-3 Stop transmitting 10-50-J2.Inju
* TENMETER.HAM MODE AND LICENSE CLASS ALLOCATIONS FOR 10 METERS SOURCE: 73 Amateur Radio Reprinted By: John Johnson, KWV8BP Map Description 28.0_ _ |+| -
* THEOAKLA.1 900 CODE Murder 187 Kidnapping 207 Robbery .211 Assault
* TIPS.HAM Information Safety Tips (Portions of the following text is from a free brochure by KPRC TV, Houston and Eckerd Drugs, Published 1
* TONE.HAM TONE PROGRAMMING IC-2SAT, IC-3SAT, IC-4SAT General There are three different tone encoders/decoders for the SAT series of handhelds. The UT-51 is a CTCSS (sub audible tone also known
* TVPIRA~1.HAM 'Doctor Mabuse: Hacker to the M-M-Max' by Morgan Russell in 'Reality Hackers' Magazine Issue #5, 1988 Chicago, November 22, 1987 9 P.M. Viewers tune into WGN TV's Nightly News for the
* USEDSC.HAM By popular demand, here is an article which appeared in 8/88 Monitoring Times. Since it is now a few years old, I haven't updated it with info on the latest model scanners. PS - MT us
* VOASCH.HAM Voice of America Transmission Schedule, revised 10/18/91 Freq RLY PWR AZI Time(GMT) LANG Target Notes 621 BOT 50 ND 0300 0430 ENGL Afr 621 BOT 50 ND 1730 1800 PORT Afr Mo-Fr 621 BOT
* WELFAR~1.HAM How to Prepare and Send Welfare Traffic As recent events in the San Francisco Bay area have shown, all hams should know how to handle disaster traffic. These are simple skills to lear
* WHATIS~1.HAM WHATIS.NTS (6/89) HISTORY of NTS Since the dawn of radio the handling of messages accurately and speedily has been held in highest esteem. In the early days, The range of the average
* WRDCOU~1.HAM WRDCOUNT.NTS (6/89) The Check Counting words in a message has been a source of frustration to many hams except for the most experienced traffic handler. Integrity of the message conte
* WRECK.HAM KEYS:/PACKET RADIO/USE DURING BALTIMORE TRAIN WRECK/DE WB4APR W3IWI/ TO: (Group 95) de W3IWI 11 January 1986 - - - - - - - - - - A week ago today, on the afternoon of Sunday Jan. 4th,
* WVSIG.HAM WEST VIRGINIA STATE POLICE 'SIGNAL' CODES 7/18/89 1 Call the Station 2 Report to Station/Address 3 Call Company Headquaters 4 Report to Company Headquaters 5 Officer Needs Help 6 Inve
* WXBOXIST.HAM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TELETYPE ACCESS The Rowan County Emergency Services has interfaced a telephone modem to the National Weather Service's main Weather Teletype Line so that anyo
* XTAL.HAM CRYSTALS for your shortwave converter The original project instructions specify a 5 Mhz and/or 8 Mhz crystal be installed in the kit at the 'xtal' location on the schematic. You would

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