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Val4462

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I am looking for up to date scanner codes in my area. It looks like you have what I want in a PDF file for download. This download is apparently a Premium Service.

I would pay you the money if I knew what I was getting. I can't find out what I am getting unless I pay you the money. You see?

How about a free version of the file with the headings but no codes. Then I would at least know what codes I would be getting.

-Val

ps: you might also include the date last updated for each listing.

vr
 

KE5BCP

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If you are talking about frequencies, then they are in the database and it is free.
The .pdf files are available for donating subscribers, but the data is, and always has been free.
 

blantonl

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The information that you will get on the PDF is exactly what you see on the regular data page, except it is formatted nicely for those that like to print out reports or otherwise build binders of frequency information.

Hope this helps.

Lindsay
 
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