Question about Radio Communications
The following link may help you locate all of the things you are interested in listening to, and explains how to search for them. Once you have the frequency (the string of number, seperated by a dot), you have have to figure out how to "save" those frequencies into your particular brand of scanner. Some scanners allow you (once saved) to replace the numbers with a name, which is much friendlier, but also is specific to your brand of scanner (as to how to accomplish it). Here's the link;
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
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