AskScannerSchool V.17

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

What you need to know

  • Many of you have have been submitting their questions and today I am answering some of them.This month I answer:
    • What is the best broadband bay station antenna on the market, and the top-performing mobile scanner?
    • What SDR dongle do I use?
    • How to find out if the radio in your area is encrypted.
    • Is it possible to get around control channel delays?
    • How can you fix it if you are getting no signal from something you know is an active channel?
    • Is it possible to set up your own private scanner broadcast to listen to on your own home system or on your cell phone?


    If you have a question about scanning, please visit and leave us a message via SpeakPipe or the local number on our website.   We'll play your message on next month's #AskScannerSchool

    You can help support Scanner School by visiting our support page at

If you would like to ask a question and have it answered on future #AskScannerSchool, please submit your question here.


Links from this session:

East Coast Pagers

Scanner School Facebook Group

Scanner School Instagram

Scanner School Courses

Scanner School Newsletter



(Some of the above links are affiliate links.  Scanner School may earn a small fee, at no additional cost to you, if you use these links to make a purchase.  This is a great way to help support Scanner School.)

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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