Easy access? Monitoring Times is available in print format or in digital PDF format (MT Express). http://www.monitoringtimes.com/html/how_tosubscribe.html I love the Digital Format, its great!FIRE321FIGHTER1985 said:Hi everybody
If you can, would you mind posting them. Some of us don't have easy access.
You could go to the source. The document is no longer available but you can read between the lines.BMT said:New CAP freqs on page 53 Nov. issue of Monitoring Times.
Take one of the links I gave above, and modify it to any one of the 'old' frequencies.JoeH said:Apparently the old CAP frequencies will become the territory of other federal agencies. Wonder who's getting 'em?
No one. At least for now. They are being deleted from the frequency table and put on "reserve."JoeH said:Interesting note on that last page. Apparently the old CAP frequencies will become the territory of other federal agencies. Wonder who's getting 'em?
Joseph11 said:If they're such an open agency and don't want to keep secrets, why do they make their members sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement in order to get a list of their new frequencies?
Anyway, that PDF is interesting. Thanks for posting a link to it.