#AskScannerSchool V.15

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#AskScannerSchool

Many of you have submitted questions – today I answer a few of them!


What you need to know

This month I answer:

  • Should you be scanning NIFOG Frequencies and why they should be programmed into your scanner
  • Scanning the Connecticut Land Mobile Radio Network and where to find the frequencies and talk groups
  • What type of computer should you buy for radio programming
  • What antennas would I recommend for basement dwellers?
  • What do the filters do on the SDS100 and SDS200?
  • Where do I see the hobby going in the next 10 years?
  • Does it look like a SDS100 or SDS200 will be required to monitor the Alameda County Trunk System in California?

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Links from this session:

East Coast Pagers

Scanner School Facebook Group

Scanner School Instagram

Scanner School Courses

Scanner School Newsletter

Scannermaster

 

 

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Bonus Material:

Are you looking for your first scanner radio?

Download our new e-guide, “5 Thinks You Need to Know Before Buying Your First Scanner”.   This free PDF is about 30 pages long and has 5 things you should look for, plus a few extra bonus items to make sure you make an educated purchase.

 

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