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Hickory, NC

#25 Jul 9, 2010
Here is a link for your edification, and delight....

http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/...
Southern S Local

Windsor, NC

#26 Jul 9, 2010
hey moron, the words digital mean nothing to you. I said the new system will be digital. Here is something from your site you should read and try to understand.

The North Carolina Highway Patrol will be migrating to these digital talkgroups as 2010 progresses.

Viper System Maintenance Digital Testing Talkgroup

Viper System Maintenance Digital Testing Talkgroup

There are 184 statewide digital Viper Medical (VM) talk groups.

This system is a Motorola ASTRO, 800 MHz. v4.1 SmartZone Type II, 3600 Baud Trunked Radio System operating in simulcast Mode. This system supports both Analog and Digital Talkgroups. At this time, the primary users of this system are located in Central North Carolina (Wake County).

DIGITAL - DIGITAL you moron
You Oughtta Know

Hickory, NC

#27 Jul 9, 2010
Yes, you frigging idiot.. I KNOW THAT!!! And I said as of NOWWW, SHP is using ANALOG!!

I don't know WTF your problem is... Obviously you didn't read what I f**cking said...

I can tell we would get along in person!
OBX DEA

Wilson, NC

#28 Jul 9, 2010
You Oughtta Know wrote:
Here is a link for your edification, and delight....
http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/...
I like where it says there is a cnannel for dare county SWAT.
Milka What?
Ha Ha Ha

Manteo, NC

#30 Oct 27, 2010
Just found a car to car today with a newly purchased digital scanner in it's search mode. I heard one officer telling another that he was following a suspicious car (that could be you or me citizen) and ask the other officer to call him on his cell. Then the idiot broadcast his cell no. You can't imagine how tempting that was. Bought it online form a site in the UK where there are no legal restrictions on scanners. In other words this scanner has no frequency restrictions. Also, much to my delight, I have intercepted a few cell conversations. I am the OP. I no longer need any input as soon I will find and hear everything.
obxlocal

Franklinville, NC

#31 Oct 28, 2010
Ha Ha Ha wrote:
Just found a car to car today with a newly purchased digital scanner in it's search mode. I heard one officer telling another that he was following a suspicious car (that could be you or me citizen) and ask the other officer to call him on his cell. Then the idiot broadcast his cell no. You can't imagine how tempting that was. Bought it online form a site in the UK where there are no legal restrictions on scanners. In other words this scanner has no frequency restrictions. Also, much to my delight, I have intercepted a few cell conversations. I am the OP. I no longer need any input as soon I will find and hear everything.
Go ahead and call that cell number so we can track your call and you can be charged with the federal crime of intercepting cell phone calls. Also, dummy, following suspicous vehicles is kinda in the job description.
You Oughtta Know

Simpsonville, SC

#32 Oct 28, 2010
I hear that stuff all the time. As obxlocal says, it's kind of in the job description.
Scanner

Manteo, NC

#33 Oct 28, 2010
I have a scanner that has been modified. I can hear older cordless phones and some cell phones but often only half of the conversation. What do I need to get in order to be able to hear everything?
Southern S Local

Windsor, NC

#34 Oct 29, 2010
I spoke to Sheriff Midgett the other day and he said the new system will be on the 800 mhz system and be DIGITAL and up and running by March which means more like May. It will be digital meaning you will have to buy a digital trunking scanner and have a lot of codes to program it and those scanners run $500+ so I may say bye-bye to listening which is one reason they are doing it.
Really

Kill Devil Hills, NC

#35 Oct 29, 2010
obxlocal wrote:
<quoted text>
Go ahead and call that cell number so we can track your call and you can be charged with the federal crime of intercepting cell phone calls. Also, dummy, following suspicous vehicles is kinda in the job description.
You are missing the point ... which I took to be "don't advertise your personal cell phone number over your unsecured radio" ... more malicious than calling the number, he could have posted the Officers Name and Number here for all to see.
Listening

Manteo, NC

#36 Oct 29, 2010
Indeed I should have done that. I wouldn't say bye bye to listening by any means. My unsecured unit was slightly over 700 with the shipping. They certainly don't want you to hear them. All the more reason that you should hear them.
Really

Kill Devil Hills, NC

#37 Oct 30, 2010
No, I'm not saying you should have done it, was just saying you could have, if you were a mean and spiteful person, which I hope you are not. Keeping an eye on those keeping an eye on you I'm all for, aggressively attacking them, not so much.
You Oughtta Know

Simpsonville, SC

#38 Nov 1, 2010
Southern S Local wrote:
I spoke to Sheriff Midgett the other day and he said the new system will be on the 800 mhz system and be DIGITAL and up and running by March which means more like May. It will be digital meaning you will have to buy a digital trunking scanner and have a lot of codes to program it and those scanners run $500+ so I may say bye-bye to listening which is one reason they are doing it.
Way ahead of the curve here.. BCD996XT. And yeah, they say by March, 2011. But also like you said, more like May. We shall see. I know a couple of guys doing the build.
KKR

Greenville, NC

#39 Nov 1, 2010
The digital and the trunking will be one thing, but I understand that it will be encrypted. If that's the case, then no one will be able to listen with a scanner.
You Oughtta Know

Simpsonville, SC

#40 Nov 2, 2010
Some traffic may be encrypted, yes... But total encryption would be a mistake... Just ask SSPD about the scanner listener who helped catch someone they were looking for the other day in Southern Shores.
xXx

Kitty Hawk, NC

#41 Nov 2, 2010
Ha Ha Ha wrote:
Just found a car to car today with a newly purchased digital scanner in it's search mode. I heard one officer telling another that he was following a suspicious car (that could be you or me citizen) and ask the other officer to call him on his cell. Then the idiot broadcast his cell no. You can't imagine how tempting that was. Bought it online form a site in the UK where there are no legal restrictions on scanners. In other words this scanner has no frequency restrictions. Also, much to my delight, I have intercepted a few cell conversations. I am the OP. I no longer need any input as soon I will find and hear everything.
How about posting the ebay page or the manufacurer / modle number for that radio, i bet it has the restricted bands in it. On the other hand, if its used, what year was it made?
Girl

Franklinville, NC

#43 Nov 20, 2010
basaaaaaaaaassssh
seriously ? Dude you need to get a life !!' car today with a newly purchased digital scanner in it's search mode. I heard one officer telling another that he was following a suspicious car (restrictions on scanners. In other words this scanner has no frequency restrictions. Also, much to my delight, I have intercepted a few cell conversations. I am the OP. I no longer need any input as soon I will find and hear everything
Girl

Franklinville, NC

#44 Nov 20, 2010
Your kidding right ? someone needs a real life.
Freq whisper

United States

#45 Sep 15, 2018
Ha Ha Ha wrote:
Just found a car to car today with a newly purchased digital scanner in it's search mode. I heard one officer telling another that he was following a suspicious car (that could be you or me citizen) and ask the other officer to call him on his cell. Then the idiot broadcast his cell no. You can't imagine how tempting that was. Bought it online form a site in the UK where there are no legal restrictions on scanners. In other words this scanner has no frequency restrictions. Also, much to my delight, I have intercepted a few cell conversations. I am the OP. I no longer need any input as soon I will find and hear everything.
Yes - I too have a digital scanner & Its equipped with the capability of receiving all bands. Are lawenforcement trying to cover their tails by thinking that they cant be monitored. Alot of abuse of Americans are having their rights violated & we need checks & balances. We the taxpayers pay for this equipment & its a right to know that the laws are not being abused. The FBI would have a hay day if alot of information was to get leaked out about how 911 is really being abused.
Freq whisper

United States

#46 Sep 15, 2018
You Oughtta Know wrote:
Some traffic may be encrypted, yes... But total encryption would be a mistake... Just ask SSPD about the scanner listener who helped catch someone they were looking for the other day in Southern Shores.
The encrypt radio system is not in the best interest of LEOs. A person still could purchase a unit & have it set up to receive the transmission.

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