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It was numerous on numerous frequencies, but I decoded it and found out it was someone trying to make morse code contact.
Were you able to understand the message ?

I only ask, and not looking for a political debate here, but only ask because I recently had the opportunity to read a security briefing that mentioned some of the "peaceful protests" that have been going on around the country have been coordinated via 2 way radios, many using CCR and operating on whatever frequencies they feel like, including GMRS frequencies.

The document mentioned that the "peaceful protesters" were rather smart in their operations, in some locations it is believed they "hijacked" businesses legitimate repeaters and used them to coordinate the "peaceful protests".

In addition, it is believed while generally the people just talked in coded messages in others areas in some areas messages were being shared by morse code. Finally, I've been told at one site, an individual was arrested with a CCR walkie talkie that was capable of basic encryption.

So I guess my point to all of us is, if ya hear something that doesn't sound right, pay attention and say something.
 
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