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joetnymedic

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Even though people thought my old set up was ok, I thought it was messy so I bought a computer hutch from Ikea and made some changes. Here's the new dea. Hope to be taking some of the old stuff out and putting some new stuff in soon. What you see are all of my scanners: BC278CLT, BCT-7, Pro-2067, Pro-89, BC396, BC296D , my 1st responder beeper, laptop, printer, one of my video cameras, I have 5 and I took the shot with my Kodak, 740. not pictured are my 6 GMRS/FRS portables. Forgot to bring em down from upstairs and add them to the cabinet. I'll do it sometime tomorrow. Everything is wired to 2 RS antennas up on my roof (a 20-176 and the next model up) the only one that isn't is the BC278CLT.

Joe
 

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A frequency counter is a electronic instrument, or component of one, that is used for measuring frequency. Since frequency is defined as the number of events of a particular sort occurring in a set period of time, it is generally a straightforward thing to measure it. - Quote Wikipedia... quickest definition I could find (I mean I know what one is, just not the proper definition).
 
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