Click here to sample Mr. Scanner's on-line frequency database. WTR New Frequencies 14th July 2020 1000 Channels NFM, FM, SSB, USB, LSB, CW, AM, Alinco DJ-X2000 100 kHz - 2150.000 MHz 2000 Channels LSB, USB, CW, AM, NFM, WFM, AOR AR-8200 500 kHz - 3.000 MHz 1000 Channels (Expandable) LSB, USB, CW, AM, NFM, WFM, SFM, AOR AR8600 530 kHz - 3000 MHz 1000 Channels WFM, NFM, SFM, WAM, AM, NAM, USB, LSB & CW, Vodafone Disguised GSM Hidden Radio Trees, Stirlingshire, UK, Two hidden phone transmitter trees, - Orange (left) and T Mobile (right), Balcombe, Orange Hidden Disguised Tree, Radio Base Station, Somerset, USAF, Unites States Airforce Discone Antenna, Antenna Array, High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP), AMATEUR RADIO, SCANNER & WALKIE TALKIE ANIMATED GIFS, Kenwood ProTalk Promo Ad, PMR 446 Radios (FM UHF 446.00625 - 446.09375 MHz), Above, 4 PMR446 Radios, from left to right, Kenwood TK-3201, Alan HP450, Maxon S5, Midland G8, Channel 1 446.00625 WTR New Frequencies 11th May 2020 WTR New Frequencies 30th July 2020 Channel 6 446.06875 WTR New Frequencies 27th August 2020 Information WTR New Frequencies 28th October 2020 WTR New Frequencies 6th May 2020 WTR New Frequencies 21st September 2020 WTR New Frequencies 2nd April 2020 WTR New Frequencies 16th October 2020 A Warning to readers, the above is NOT a scanner, to be a scanner it has to store memories and scan and stop on active channels, this neither scans, nor has memories, nor has a digital display and doesn't even have the ability to fine tune or enter specific frequencies, basically it's useless and pretty deaf to boot. WTR New Frequencies 2nd July 2020 WTR New Frequencies 18th August 2020 WTR New Frequencies 17th August 2020 WTR New Frequencies 20th April 2020 WTR New Frequencies 8th June 2020 About Us Search by State or County to lookup FCC license data and latitude and longitude information for a range of services and companies. The above pic is one of our members antennas and features top lefta Watson Co-linear W-30 Dual Band 2m & 70cms antenna which is a great performer on the main VHF and UHF bands.Middle is a wide range 25MHz to 1300MHz white stick scan king antenna with 500 KHz to 1500MHz coverage and to the top rightis a 25MHz to 1300MHz royal discone antenna. If you have been listening to a user on a normal analogue scanner and have noticed the voicehas turned to a data type noise then it's most likely the user has switched to digital.Be wary of other scanners that are advertised as digital as a lot of these refer to the US modes not used over here,Such as MOTOROLA P25 (APCO-25) which is the US standard where DMR is our standard in the UK, so be sure toget a DMR capable scanner to listen to digital in The UK.