Question about Motorola HT1000, MTS2000, MTX8000/9000 Compatible 2 Way Radio Battery Eliminator
1) Are you allowed to be on the Freq?
1a) if no, BUY A SCANNER!!! Having a transmitter on a law enforcement freq without permission/license WILL get you arrested
1b) If yes, take it to the radio shop for the PD and have them program it for you
2) Are they transmitting with digital encryption?
2a) If yes, you wont hear them
2b) if no, are you sure you have the right freq programmed, dont have the wrong PL installed, etc.
3) Is your radio within the freq range they are on?
3a) if no, get a SCANNER if you just want to listen.
3b) if yes, see #2 above
If you just want to listen to the cop shop and are NOT a law enforcement officer (based on you posting here I suspect you are not) then do yourself a favor and BUY A SCANNER..
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
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