Scanning all the Bands with Larry Van Horn

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Larry Van Horn is one of the legends in the Scanner Radio Hobby.

We are fortunate enough to have him on this week’s podcast!



What You Will Learn in This Week’s Podcast:

  • Larry has published multiple columns and guides over the years.
  • Today, Larry shares the key to success when it comes to Scanner Radio Hobby.
  • During this conversation, Larry and Phil cover topics ranging from short-waves to gigahertz.
  • Larry’s digital publications are available on Amazon
  • Phil reiterates how the guides written by Larry have helped him.
  • Larry spent 15 years documenting activity in the military radio spectrum in his monthly Milcom columns.
  • The MT Milcom columns documented the U.S. military conversion to narrowband LMR systems, the move from conventional to trunk radio systems, the 225-400 MHz band plan shift, including the new 380-400 MHz sub-band, and HF military frequencies, both foreign and US.
  • Larry has spent the last 65 years enjoying the radio hobby

More info:

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Links and Sources from this session:

East Coast Pagers

Be a guest on the Scanner School Podcast

Scanner School Club

Ask Scanner School

Scanner School Facebook Group

Scanner School on Youtube

Scanner School Instagram

Scanner School Support 

Scanner School’s Audible Link

Scanner School’s eBay Page

Find Scanner School on TikTok 

Scanner School SDR Course

Larry’s Twitter Feed

Gayle’s Twitter Feed

Larry’s Website

Gayle’s Website

Teak Publishing

B-Town Monitoring

Larry’s publications on Amazon


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