Originally Posted by Trinity-Explorations
So can this legally be monitored? and with what program?
Well the issue is with the case in Connecticut is we are merely semizing which function the frequency is on. Now in almost every area in the country- they are using directional microwave
transmitters. This as you know makes monitoring virtually impossible and in case you don't know will explain why. Once your up on microwave bands- throw out what you know about Radio. You no longer use Antennas and Coax. Its all copper tubing inside instead of wire for the RF. Then you do not use an antenna. You use a HORN or 'waveguide' which is frequency specific and very very directional like a thread of yarn.
The extents you'd have to take would be like putting your hand in front of a flashlight, killing the
microwave system. I wouldn't doubt its a Duplex system.
Aside from the NOAA frequencies and your Local and State Water Department and possibly FEMA, forget monitoring unless its on a lower frequency. Its possible you could find its down link frequency however. In my case a standard CB or receiver with decoder attached. (We haven't fully determined all the needed info to share the info you need to do so yourself)
Sorry- We are still working on that.