frequencies my friends and I have found, this will encourage
pranksters to go and interfere on those frequencies. I say those who
wish to transmit interference on those frequencies would have long ago
transmitted, without needing our little lists.
They say I will hurt those cash starved police/fire/ambulance
departments who can't afford fancier equipment (spread spectrum, I
assume?). I say with a budget scanner within moments one knows the
frequencies and even content of police/fire/ambulance communications
so what's the big deal about a frequency list.
Anyway, it seems hushing up frequency lists just makes it take a
little longer for us scanner enthusiasts to figure out what
organization is saying "Unit 7, go to Central St."
Sounds like old restrictions on maps now that we are in the age of