AskScannerSchool V.33

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


 

Many of you have have been submitting their questions and today I am answering some of them.

Don't forget, you can join us on the first Tuesday of every month on our Live Q&A on YouTube and Facebook at 9pm Eastern US Time

This month I answer:

  • We revisit Chris' question from last month regarding Close Call and AM reception for Aviation.
  • Jeff asks a question about using his software defined radio and frequency assignments
  • Jack inquiries about Bill Cheek and if his material is still available online
  • Ray asks while going through the courses is there any special consideration on location we should use while backing up our folders.
  • Jim asks a question about antennas, resonate frequencies, and how to figure out what antenna length is needed to receive a specific frequency

 

If you have a question about scanning, please visit www.scannerschool.com/ask 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 www.scannerschool.com/support

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 Support

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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