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This is the RadioReference.com Open Reference Source. Please feel free to share your knowledge by contributing information. We currently have''' {{NUMBEROFARTICLES}} articles''' in this wiki.
 
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* [[Scanning 101]] - This article will answer some of the most common questions asked by newcomers, and show you where to find more information.
 
* [[:Category:FAQ|RR FAQ]] - Frequently Asked Questions on using the wiki and radio-related topics
 
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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 10,256 articles in 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

  • Subscription Services and additional features available to paid subscribers
  • RadioReference.com Web Service is an XML interface to all of the information in the RR Database. See this link for more details.
  • RadioReference API - Display RadioReference data on your own Web pages
  • RR 3.0 Release Specifications - Info on the current and next release of the RadioReference.com Site

Scanners, Receivers and Professional Radios

Scanner Types
Receivers
Professional Radios

Special Topics