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    Default FCC Cop Bands Search

    Most likely this Post is for Jim do u know where i can get a updated list of freq. that my cops are on is there a FCC website somewhere???

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    Try FCC.gov

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    lol u try it it's not even there lol

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    Lets try this again

    go to http://www.fcc.gov

    you won't get it by just typing in fcc.gov

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    Go here and find your state:
    http://www.scanware-fccfrs.net/sw_frqsmap.html

    Then look around the websites it takes you to...
    There's also the links I posted before:
    http://www.radardetector.net/viewtopic.php?t=272

    But you are always better finding a good local page run by a scanner buff...


    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbonzzz
    Go here and find your state:
    http://www.scanware-fccfrs.net/sw_frqsmap.html

    Then look around the websites it takes you to...
    There's also the links I posted before:
    http://www.radardetector.net/viewtopic.php?t=272

    But you are always better finding a good local page run by a scanner buff...


    Jim
    what do u mean local page run by a scanner buff...???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iknox

    what do u mean local page run by a scanner buff...???
    I mean a page that is run by a guy in your area/state who uses scanners as a hobby.

    Usually sites like that will have more info than the general frequency lists like the FCC. Sometimes, those will only say "State Of Texas" or something, so it could be anything, but usually a website dedicated to a particular area/state will is better because some of these guys sit around and scan whole bands, and identify who is using the frequency, and then they post it on the web.

    Jim

 

 

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