In addition to their pagers, medics use MDT (which does stand for "Mobile Data Terminal", as mentioned above) to transmit and receive more detailed patient information, among others.peterjmag said:Kinda makes you wonder why they need encryption?
lol, that also works on the quall-comm systems on Semi trucks! :lol:KD5WLX said:Tiawah,
Do you mean like putting aluminum foil over the GPS antenna so it can't get a fix, and then telling dispatch you must be between buildings where it can't see the satellites?
I still hear the data burst from these on Med-5 in Tulsa every so often... When I was doing clinicals for my EMT liscence they were calling them "stats"a control head with about 6-8 buttons to push, 10-8, 10-7, req to talk, etc. It was all on UHF 463 mhz I believe.