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== Welcome ==
 
== Welcome ==
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Revision as of 04:07, 12 October 2007

The RadioReference.com Wiki Reference

Welcome

This is the RadioReference.com Open Reference Source. Please feel free to share your knowledge by contributing information. We currently have 10,138 articles on this wiki.

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Forum Specific Topics


Location Specific Info

Frequency and other pages built by our members

Related information
  • Scanner Laws If you have questions about the legal aspects of scanning, this site is the one to check first.
  • RR Wiki Extensions - are a set of custom tags that can be used on the Wiki.

Antennas and Accessories

Anything from mounts, stands, battery packs and more


RR Admin and Special Services


Scanners, Receivers and Professional Radios

Scanner Types
Receivers
Professional Radios

Special Topics

  • ACARS - Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System; hints and software.
  • ALE - also known as MIL-STD 188-141A, it's in heavy use by the military and diplomatic services and even hams
  • Amateur Radio Gear - Often now has widebanded receive sections; useful as a backup scanner in some places
  • Common Frequencies in use across the US and Canada can be found here.
  • DMA Radios Hints and Kinks - Hints and fixes for the new Uniden DMA Radios
  • Modifications - Always a popular topic; add functions to your scanner or receiver
  • Natural Events and Disasters - Topics on monitoring public safety and other communications during natural disasters and other natural events. (Skip and Tropo NOT included.)
  • Personal Radio Services - GMRS, FRS, etc.
  • Police/Fire/EMS Apparatus Photos and Info - a location to post pictures and information regarding vehicles etc.
  • Programming Shortcuts - Helpful tips and shortcuts for programming your scanner
  • Propagation - Radio and TV signals can travel further than just line of sight. To understand how, take a look here
  • Rebanding A detailed article on the reallocation of services within the 800 Mhz spectrum. It will have a major effect on all trunktracking scanners.
  • RR Glossary - An index of terminology often used on RR
  • Sports Frequencies
  • SWL Broadcast You want to hear what other overseas broadcasters say about us? Start here
  • Utility Monitoring There's lots more on HF besides hams, CB and broadcasters