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Most police and fire is trunked nowdays in the 800 bands and each keyup
can get a new frequency.  That can make conversations difficult to
follow.  Newer scanners are able to follow the conversations from freq
to freq but I don't have one so I can't tell you how well that works.  

On Mon, 2004-01-19 at 16:49, Michael E. Barker wrote:
> I'm looking for someone who is familiar with linux ham radio or just 
> understands enough about it to tell me what the feasibility of a linux 
> police/fire scanner is.
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