1. kf6olc

    13 Frequencies You Need in Your Scanner for 2024

  2. kf6olc

    How do I program the PG & E MPT-1327 Standard frequencies in to my SDS 100?

    Unusual question. How do I program the PG &E MPT-1327 Standard frequencies in to my SDS 100? I have currently programmed in my SDS 100 for PGE. San Mateo County PGE 153.560 Mhz San Francisco County PGE 153.650 Mhz Santa Clara County PGE 153.545 & 153.590 Mhz Santa Cruz County PGE 153.635 Mhz...
  3. w2xq

    32nd Winter SWL Fest Feb 28-Mar 2, near Philadelphia

    "The Winter SWL Fest is a conference of radio hobbyists of all stripes, from DC to daylight. Every year scores of hobbyists descend on the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania suburbs for a weekend of camaraderie. The Fest is sponsored by NASWA, the North American Shortwave Association, but it covers much...
  4. M

    Best <$300 radio or receiver for Wellbrook loop and SSB reception?

    I am looking to put $200 ish into a new radio or receiver. My goal is pleasant, copyable audio over SSB. I like to listen to weather and aircraft transmissions. I've gotten great results from a Lowe HF-150- everything else seems to be ok but not awesome. I lost my Lowe in a flood, and am not...
  5. XLC_Comm442

    SoCal 900 Frequencies

    Just got a 900 radio and was wondering if anybody had any info as far as what I can listen to here in SoCal? I heard that SoCal Gas and some other utilities might be 900. Does anybody have a decent list of stuff? Thanks in advance.
  6. screenersam

    Choptank on Sentinel?

    I can't find Choptank (Electric) on the Sentinel database. (it is in the RR data). Anyone know where it's hidden? is there a way to import from RR to Sentinel? (was going to ask this in the Md/X36 forum but don't see it)
  7. citylink_uk

    Washington: Puget Sound Energy select MPT-IP system from Tait

    Washington state’s largest electric and natural gas utility migrates radio system to IP with Tait "PSE’s Tait solution will feature a 59-site 200MHz MPT-IP network and 2,000 robust Tait 8000 series terminals to replace a VHF conventional network and proprietary 900 MHz system." Tait press release