4 edition of The top secret registry of U.S. Government radio frequencies found in the catalog.
The top secret registry of U.S. Government radio frequencies
|Statement||by Tom Kneitel.|
|LC Classifications||HE8678 .K57 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||168 p. :|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||83171334|
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Government Radio Frequencies" by Tom Kneitel (Commack, N.Y.: CRB Research, [periodically updated]). These and similar publications should be consulted for the most up-to-date listings. The selection below includes only the most noteworthy or inexplicable broadcasts.
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The "top secret" registry of U.S. government radio frequencies by Tom Kneitel; 4 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Directories, Radio.
Law enforcement also uses Maricopa County Sheriff trunked radio system talkgroup Lakes-1Maricopa County Sheriff Ch. 8 MHz or Gila County Sheriff frequencies. Dispatches for San Carlos (callsign- Apache) and Pima (callsign.
Kuwait/Iraq War Broadcast Radio Freqs. LOTS of scanner frequencies, Victoria BC area: List & description of Scanner Freq's from List of Federal Government Frequencies: List of NASA unpublished radio frequencies: List of Shortwave bands: List of common satellite frequencies: List of radio stations in Texas, 1/3: List of radio stations.
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Contains s listings. Scanners & Secret Frequencies. By H. Eisenson. Here is A to Z information about the scanning hobby. Discusses scanner design and modifications, computer aided scanning, monitoring telephone conversations, the FCC, military, aviation.
Two-way radio communication may seem like a thing of the past with smart phones and the availability of more advanced technology. However, with the recent frequency of natural disasters, storms, and other emergency situations, more attention is being paid to radios as a reliable form of communication and a possible back-up communication option, including amateur radio.
InPresident Bill Clinton formed an advisory committee to investigate so that these government secrets didn't stay secret. The result was a. The Top Secret Registry of U.S. Government Radio Frequencies is included, as well as other books which cover the areas of scanners, monitors, shortwave, broadcast, etc.
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It was first published in Working for the Federal Government. Plum Book; Labor-Management Relations. This poster uses color codes to show parts of the radio spectrum that are allocated to each type of radio service including amateur (ham) radio, commercial radio, television broadcasting, radio navigation, mobile, satellite, and more.
U.S. Government Publishing. The Secret Service also protects foreign heads of state and heads of government when visiting the United States. Diplomats other than heads of state or government are protected by the Diplomatic Security Service.
United States Secret Service frequencies are in use nationwide. Usage may vary slightly depending on operational needs.
The Top Secret Registry of U.S. Government Radio Frequencies Concentrating on VHF and UHF scanner frequency ranges, agencies include Secret Service, Customs, DEA, CIA, NSA, White House, Border Patrol, ATF, and dozens of other government bureaus who would prefer not to have their communications frequencies published.
A scanner (also referred to a police scanner, police scanner radio or radio scanner) is a radio receiver that can automatically tune, or scan, two or more discrete frequencies, stopping when it finds a signal on one of them and then continuing to scan other frequencies when the initial transmission ceases.
The terms radio scanner or police scanner generally refer to a. Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag ; RM: PL: USFS Colville E: Colville NF East: FMN: Federal: RM: PL.The Top Secret Registry of U.
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