New to North Carolina

New to North Carolina

Post by Simon Wat » Thu, 08 Dec 1994 08:03:03


Hi

I've recently arrived in North Carolina from the UK where I
bought an AOR scanner - can't remember the model but it's
continous to 1300 MHz and been in storage for 12 months :<

Being a newbie on the 'net I was hoping some kind soul could
point me in the right direction to find good frequency listings
for the Raleigh/Durham RTP areas?

Any help would be greatly appreciated - particulary interested in
airborne intercepts (non-commercial)

Cheers

Simon Watts

 
 
 

New to North Carolina

Post by Si Balleng » Thu, 08 Dec 1994 12:26:20


: Hi

: I've recently arrived in North Carolina from the UK where I
: bought an AOR scanner - can't remember the model but it's
: continous to 1300 MHz and been in storage for 12 months :<

: Being a newbie on the 'net I was hoping some kind soul could
: point me in the right direction to find good frequency listings
: for the Raleigh/Durham RTP areas?

: Any help would be greatly appreciated - particulary interested in
: airborne intercepts (non-commercial)

: Cheers

: Simon Watts

   It isn't on the net, but the North Carolina EMS BBS (704-637-6906) has
a very large collection of North Carolina frequencies. The BBS is setup
for firemen and emergency personal, but is open to everyone. The
frequencies are grouped by counties, and cover all of the services. BBS
useage is limited to 30 min. per day. A good place to start your
collection.                                  Till later, Si B.