tears gas generally does the trick. fcc won't have a justifiable complaint either...You would think the government would find a way to create interference on those bands during that time.
dang, my sony vox recorders kinda seem silly now....*kicks can down sidewalk*I does seem like 2 airspys (1 VHF 1 UHF) each with several VFO could do the job if one had a workstation class laptop with the horsepower and thermal load capability, and sufficient 12v power. Sadly, my Dell tends to overheat and shut down when asking it to do too much continuous processing.
well poop. kinda feel conflicted now. thanks for trying anyway, never know whats going to happen.As well as Baofeng defaults. Interesting that Beofeng Tech site is down due to high demand.
FRS Ch. 1:With 25K+ guardsmen in DC did you really expect to hear much?
More like it was on MURS Channel 2, and notable interference received when they got in the proximity of a large retail store.well poop. kinda feel conflicted now. thanks for trying anyway, never know whats going to happen.
FRS Ch. 1:
"uuhhh Team 1, uhh, move up..."
"Team 1, Team Alpha, uhh, negative advance....you first...I think I forgot to turn the toaster-oven off when I left my motel roo....uhh when I left the FOB this morning.....Out! "
Tyson's Corner Wal-Mart, MURS Channel 2:More like it was on MURS Channel 2, and notable interference received when they got in the proximity of a large retail store.
What GMRS freqs are these? Note that there is no formal GMRS/FRS channel numbering in Part 95. Individual manufacturers may number the GMRS/FRS channels differently. Many but not all manufacturers have followed Motorola's lead with channel numbering in the 22 channel Motorola Talkabout bubble packs. I've dealt with GMRS-specific handhelds which had 462.575, 462.625, and 462.675 numbered as channels 8, 9, and 10 respectively. In the Motorola Talkabouts, these are channels 16, 18, and 20. It's best to always refer to the specific frequency instead of channel numbers.Another note about monitoring the GMRS band in DC. I occasionally heard what sounded like DMR / Motobro digital on GMRS channels 10 and 11.