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* [[Trunking]] - Detailed Information on all the different types of Trunked Systems out there.
 
* [[Antennas]] - The most important part of your station.
 
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* [[Common Frequencies]] in use across the world can be found here.
 
* [http://www.radioreference.com/modules.php?name=RR Radio Reference Database] should be the first place you start to search for and review frequencies for your local area.
 
* [http://www.radioreference.com/modules.php?name=Forums The Radio Reference Forums] provide a great place to talk about radios, scanners, and local area frequencies.
 
* [[VHF/UHF Military Monitoring]] - a great informational page on monitoring VHF and UHF Military Activities.
 
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* [[RR FAQ]] - Frequently Asked Questions on RadioReference.com
 
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== General Information ==
 
 
* [[Trunking]] - Detailed Information on all the different types of Trunked Systems out there.
 
* [[Antennas]] - The most important part of your station.
 
 
== Scanner Frequency Reference Information ==
 
 
* [[Common Frequencies]] in use across the world can be found here.
 
* [http://www.radioreference.com/modules.php?name=RR Radio Reference Database] should be the first place you start to search for and review frequencies for your local area.
 
* [http://www.radioreference.com/modules.php?name=Forums The Radio Reference Forums] provide a great place to talk about radios, scanners, and local area frequencies.
 
* [[VHF/UHF Military Monitoring]] - a great informational page on monitoring VHF and UHF Military Activities.
 
 
== HF and UTE Monitoring Reference Information ==
 
 
* What is [[HF]] radio?
 
* The Radio Reference [[Utility Monitoring]] reference wiki.
 
* The [[SWL Broadcast]] reference.
 
* Check out the [http://www.radioreference.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=79 HF Radio Discussion Forum] on this site.
 
 
== Software ==
 
* [[Radio Control Software]] - Information and listings for radio and scanner control and programming software.
 
* [[Radio Reference Downloads]] - From here you can download versions of many popular software packages, for both programming and control
 
* [[Recording Software and Tips]] - Tips for hooking up your scanner for recording, software and troubleshooting
 
* [[Trunked Radio Decoders]] - DOS and Windows utilities for examining the data streams used in Control Channels of trunked radio systems
 
 
== Other ==
 
* [[Police/Fire/EMS Apparatus Photos and Info]] - a location to post pictures and information regarding vehicles etc.
 
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==Quick Links==
 
* [http://www.radioreference.com The Radio Reference Homepage] <br>
 
* [http://www.radioreference.com/forums The Radio Reference Forums] <br>
 
* [http://www.radioreference.com/modules.php?name=RR Radio Reference Database]
 
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==Location Specific Info==
 
Interested in creating and managing your own local specific pages?  Feel free to create a local specific page here which dynamically draws information from the RadioReference.com Database:
 
* [[United States]]
 
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== Site Administration and Help ==
 
* [[RR FAQ]] - Frequently Asked Questions on RadioReference.com
 
* [[RR Database Submission Guidelines]] - Want to submit data to the Radio Reference Database?  Look here for information on how to send us data.
 
* [[RadioReference.com Web Service]] is an XML interface to all of the information in the RR Database. See this link for more details.
 
* [[RR Wiki Extensions]] are a set of custom tags that can be used on the Wiki.
 
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== Radio Model Information ==
 
 
'''Hobbyist Radios'''
 
* [[Uniden Scanners]]
 
* [[Radio Shack Scanners]]
 
* [[Icom Radios]]
 
* [[AOR Radios]]
 
* [[Yaesu Radios]]
 
 
'''Professional Radios'''
 
* [[Motorola Radios]]
 
* [[M/A-COM Radios]]
 
* [[Kenwood Radios]]
 
* [[Vertex Radios]]
 
* [[WinRadio]]
 
 
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== Live Radio Communications Audio ==
 
 
* [[Live Scanners]]
 
* [[Live Tunable Receivers]]
 
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