Ham Radio Textfiles

Somehow, always found myself here and there on different Ham Radio BBSs, where interesting Ham Radio stuff abounded. The whole Ham Radio thing passed me completely, so I don't really have any insightful information on this community, other than that Ham Radio BBSes were everywhere, and that most of the files in this directory are either Frequency Lists or instructions on how to modify every radio under the sun to pick up cellular phone frequencies.

A quick note on that, which I do know. The government decided to outlaw the ability of ham radios to listen to the 800-900Mhz radio band, because this was allocated to Cell Phones. This angered the Ham Radio community so much (after all, the broadcasting was going on all over ANYWAY) that mod files, clipping this wire or taking out this or that chip to fix this "limitation" were ubiquitous. Freedom uber alles.

Description of the Textfile
FREQUENCIESFiles Giving Lists of Ham Radio Frequencies
MODIFICATIONSFiles Recounting How to Modify Scanners and Radios for Increased Reception
200xltrev.ham 15687
Uniden/Bearcat 200xlt Scanner Review, by Bob Parnass, AJ9S (July 21, 1988)
2mquad.txt 5041
A Four Element Quad from the Fullerton Radio Club
3rdpartynts.ham 1491
Countries with which the United States Shares Third-Party Traffic Agreements (July 1987)
42290rtc.ham 11392
Chat Regarding improving Scanner Listening (April 22, 1990)
800trunk.txt 14369
Public Safety Trunking Systems: An Overview by John W. Reed (May 30, 1990)
adv-pool.ham 164787
ASCII Text Version of the Amateur Advanced Class Question Pool
afonenew.ham 3137
Monitoring Air Force One Communications: The End of an Era (August 31, 1990)
allband.txt 10594
Converting to an All-Band Transmit Facility in Emergencies
alpine.txt 11302
Hacking the Alpine 1310 CD Shuttle Control, by Ole Buzzard (November 15, 1993)
amp_5.txt 5848
Schematics for a 25-200MHz / 8-45W Amplifier
amtrakdoc.ham 2048
Amtrak police Codes
anarc.ham 3967
Association of North American Radio Clubs (ANARC) List (July 5, 1989)
anarc10.ham 3203
The Lists of Broadcasts of the Voice of the Flemish Community in Belgium
anarc11.ham 1658
Addresses of FCC-Licensed International Broadcasting Stations (December 4, 198)
anarc12.ham 17242
What is Shortwave Radio?
anarc13.ham 18357
Information About the Association of Clandestine Enthusiasts
anarc3.ham 11017
Christian Science Monitor Schedule (September 24, 1990)
anarc5.ham 13953
Voice of American Transmission Schedule, September 30, 1990-March 30, 1991
anarc6.ham 1700
Radio Canada International English Language Schedule (March 25-September 29, 199)
anarc7.ham 24149
BBC World Service Schedule
anarc8.ham 6677
Radio Sweden Listing for September 30, 1990 to March 30, 1991
antenna1scn.ham 3584
Setting Up a Scanner's Radio
antennas.9x 8390
9X: The Pirate Radio Survival Guide by Nemesis and Captain Eddy
aor3000.ham 7441
First Impressions on the Lastest Scanner by Authority on Radio: The AOR AR 3000 (July 24, 1990)
aortest.ham 23060
The Authority on Radio AOR3000 Scanner by Nigel ballard (September 10, 1990)
aosc_fbi.ham 32267
System Profile of the Federal Bureau of Investigation
aosc_fbi.txt 32267
A Profile on the Federal Bureau of Investigation by the All Ohio Scanner Club
ar.ham 7408
The AR-1000 Reset Prcedure
ar1000rvw.ham 7186
Review of the AOR AR1000
arizon.txt 7387
Information on owning a Low power Micro Radio Station by KAPW
arrlvett.ham 7763
Amateur Radio Examination Opportunities (August 9, 1991)
avoiding.9x 8756
9X: Avoiding Responsibility for Pirate Radio, by Nemesis and Captain Eddy
awacs.ham 617
Information on AWACS Aircraft
band.lst 7084
High Frequency Band List
band.txt 7084
A High Frequency Guide: The Complete HF Band
bartg015.txt 4977
The British Amateur Radio Teledata Group News Broadcast Service Bulletin #15 (March, 1994)
bbslist.txt 64224
The History of the SetHack BBS by Dave (December 13, 1996)
bfd.ham 5114
Boston Fire Department Incident Type Codes (Basic 901 Coes)
bfd10.ham 2046
Boston Fire Department Special Signals
bfdunits.ham 8746
City of Boston Fire Department Radio System Mobile Unit Call Signs
biddoc.ham 4757
Bulletin Identifiers: A List and Explanation
blackboo.txt 91326
A Pirate and Clandestine Radio Listeners Little Black Book by No One (December 27, 1984)
brevity.ham 3425
Official Brevity Codes Used in the U.K. by Nigel Ballard
brinks.txt 1060
Looking for Rent-A-Cop Frequencies
bugdetec.txt 2961
Bug Detection on Home Phones
bugging.fre 3456
The Bugging Frequencies Used in Las Vegas
bugging.txt 7805
Bugs on a Budget: Inexpensive Surveillance by Data Line (August, 1985)
bugs.txt 2461
Bugs And How to Tap Someone's Room by Fireball
caducus.txt 7272
Plans and Documentation for Crating an omnidirectional Scalar Wave Reciever and Transmitter (April 1, 1987)
canada.txt 2703
New Canadian Low Power Licensing Policy
carradio.ham 5726
How To Hook Up an old Car Radio
cartrekdoc.ham 7893
The Bug Detector! By Ford Prefect
caught.txt 22662
Guide to Hassle-Free Operation of A Pirate Radio Station
cbbook.txt 35454
Crobbfile's CB Radio Reference Guide (Large)
cell-10.txt 2975
A Few Common Scanner Modifications
cell-11.txt 5718
The 40-50mhz Cellular Scanner
cellroam.txt 16081
Cellular Roaming: The New Deals by Karen Kleiner
chips.ham 7262
Scanning the CHiPs: Here's the Update on the California Highway Patrol, by Rick Maslau (September 1990)
clarifir.ham 1071
The HCS Clarifier Update
clark.ham 9216
The Clarke Belt: An overview of Satellites
clevelandhamnet.txt 193715
Greater Cleveland Ohio Area Scanner Frequencies 25 - 1300 MHz by Russell J. Imburgia (March 4, 1999)
codes.txt 9008
Collection of Police Codes Used in Radio
consumer.ham 4864
Some Questions About Owning a Satellite Dish, Answered
convert.txt 4246
Plans For Building a Shortwave Converter
copcode.txt 16307
Police Radio Codes, by Combat Arms (November 26, 1988)
copcodes.txt 9452
Police Call Radio Guide by Hollins Radio Data
cordless.txt 2804
A True Story Of How Cordless Phone Users are Ignorant
cordlsph.txt 4024
Creating a Cordless Phone Antenna, by Adam Gott (August 3, 1989)
cordmod.txt 4451
Cordless Modifications by Bob Kay of Monitoring Times (September 1990)
cordpriv.txt 25582
Cordless Telephones: Bye Bye Privacy! by Tom Kneitel, K2AES
covspect.txt 21065
The Covert Spectrum (Pirate and Secret Broadcasting) by Jim Hougan
cpd-ten.ham 3584
The Charlotte Police Department Official Ten Signals
cpra9205.txt 322173
The CPRA Advisory Committee Listing (May 1, 1992)
deliverynts.ham 7621
Handling Third Party Traffic: The Oldest Tradition in Amateur Radio (July, 1989)
designts.ham 3597
Designators for Third Party Traffic for Ham Radio Operatiors (June, 1989)
dishnews.ham 30639
DISHCETERA: Volume 2, Issue #10 (August 1, 1990)
dsquelch.ham 15681
New Data and Tone Squelch Circuit for the PRO-2004, PRO-2005 and PRO-2006 (November 23, 1990)
dual-j.txt 10302
Building the 2-Meter/70 CM Copper J-Pole Antenna, by Rick Yost N4VQT (October 19, 1992)
dxband.ham 4915
Tuning in the Overlooked Band (29.70-30.00mhz) (July 1989)
eavesdropping.txt 10047
Electronic Eavesdropper by Circle Lord
ecpa_86doc.ham 134400
Notes from Eric Poole, Sysop of the Leo Technology BBS, on the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (October 7, 1988)
edjpole.txt 4821
A Copper Tube J-Pole by Ed Humphries (1994)
epa86.txt 132576
The Electronics Privacy Act of 1986
eurpro34.ham 4864
Switchabout Euro Mod for the PRO-34
exams809.ham 22409
Amateur Radio Examination Opportunities
faqcb1.txt 28842
FAQ: Rec.Radio.CB Frequently Asked Questions Part 1 (December 18, 1991)
fcc_list.txt 95796
The R.E.C. and N6UII List of Frequency Allocations from 60Khz to 40GHz Version 1.2
fccfiche.ham 7587
Some Information on Ordering Microfiche Information from the FCC
fccknock.txt 9508
What to do with the FCC Knocks on your Door
fccsmr.ham 68458
A Whipe Paper on Specialized Mobile Radio (SMR) (February 1991)
fdny10.pro 5543
New York City Fire Department Signals
fedplate.ham 2590
Decoding Federal Government License Plates
feds.txt 5149
Watching the Watcher Watching You, by Sir Knight (Archival Version)
feedline.9x 3337
9X: Transmission Lines (For Pirate Radio) by Nemesis and Captain Eddy
feedxmtr.9x 5003
9X: Feeding the Transmitter, by Nemesis and Captain Eddy
fm-10.txt 15165
The WEB8EoH Gizmo Report
fm-trans.txt 3021
A Simple FM Wireless Microphone (Plans)
fm.txt 4299
How to make an FM Wireless Bug by Johnny Rotten of Cryptic Criminals and Elite Justice
fm_bug.txt 4520
How to make an FM Wireless Bug by Johnny Rotten of Cryptic Criminals/Elite Justice Society
fm_mike.txt 3949
Building an FM Microphone
fm_monitor.txt 2196
Making an FM Monitoring Device: Cheap, Small, and Interesting by T.M.M.
fmradio.txt 7168
How to Start a Very Low Power FM Station to Serve Your Immediate Neighborhood
fmsc2.ham 3456
FCC Microfiche Code Listing
freq.for.phun.1 4480
Frequencies for Phun by Sir Francis Drake (Airline Frequencies)
freq.txt 7424
Surveillance Frequency Selection, from Full Disclosure (1991)
freqs.9x 5192
9X: Frequencies, by Nemesis and Captain Eddy
fruquenc.hac 9391
The Idiot's Guide to Radio Technology and Freqing, by ZDNNET Writer #1 and the unknown Freq
fuzzcode.txt 15783
FUZZZZZ Codes II, by the Chemist and TransAmerica (January 15, 1986)
ge-superrvw.ham 5246
Collection of Questions/Answers about the GE Superradio II (September 29, 1991)
govt-vipuhf.ham 6144
More on Nightwatch VIP UHF-Mux Air Ground Circuits by David I Emery
gre-amprev.ham 6346
The GRE America Super Amplifier Product Review (November 1990)
ground.9x 6566
9X: Station Ground, by Nemesis and Captain Eddy
ham06.txt 4949
The Basics Behind Radio Hacking
ham07.txt 8843
The Basis Behind Radio Hacking Part II
hamdef.ham 2863
Why Radio Amateurs are Called "Hams" from Florida Skip Magazine: 1959
hamfaq.ham 47416
Some Frequently Asked Amateur Radio Questions (July 30, 1991)
haml0490.ham 31846
National and Foreign list of Ham and Shortwave Listener BBSes (April 1, 1990) by William G. Poissant
hamwatsdoc.ham 4224
800 Telephone Number List for HAMs
hardline.ham 1152
qHow to match the Popular 75mhz ohm CATV Hardline to a 50 Ohm Antenna
headerdoc.ham 2270
Why the Packet Radio BBSes Cannot Have Their Headers Changed by Hank
hierdoc.ham 19741
International Routing Designators by Lew Jenkins and David B. Toth
hmewire.txt 3541
List of Frequencies by HME/HM Electronics, Inc.
how_phon.wor 32158
Understanding Telephones by Julian Macassey, Ham Radio Magazine (September 1985)
howtonts.ham 12268
How to Send NTS Messages on Packet Radio (October 11, 1989)
ic-r10.ham 1947
ICOM Introduces the New IC-R100 Advanced Wideband Communications Reciever (January 19, 1990)
introswl.txt 18258
FAQ About Shortwave Radio
ka-radar.txt 2683
An Explanation on Why KA Band Photo Radar Units Are So Hard to Pick Up, And How to Avoid Them
kdk2016.ham 2969
The Scan Defeat during XMIT for KDK-2016A
kzar.txt 6498
Renegade Soundwaves: A Local Pirate Radio Station Add Moxie to a Crowded Radio Market, but the FCC Isn't Impressed, by Ben Fulton (October 13, 1993)
libradio.txt 9678
Mbanna Kantako and the Micro-Radio Movement by Michael Townsend
life-fli.ham 8805
Life Flight: Monitoring the Emergency AeroMedical Service by Laura Quarantiello
lingods.ham 4198
Some Exotic Terms, Code Names, and Slang in use during the Gulf War
litewave.txt 8192
A Lightwave Transmitter and Reciever by Joe Scharf
m-e-1.ham 20847
War of the Words: Who's Right and Who's Wrong? What's Really Going On? Who did What and Why? by Gayle Van Horn (October 1990)
m-e-2.ham 16524
The Gamble in the Gulf: Monitoring World Military Reaction to the Iraqi Invasion of Kuwait by larry Van Horn (October 1990)
m-e-3.ham 18645
Global Navies Converge on the Persian Gulf (and you can tune them in) by James T. Pogue (October 1990)
marsnts.ham 3350
Sending Traffic into the MARS networks
masterfreq.txt 1873
The Master Frequency Listing from J.C. (June 30, 1982)
mb8719.ham 7045
A Diagram of the MB8719 Chip used in All the New Radios
mebcst.ham 4976
English Language Broadcasts from the Middle East and Arab World
metro.ham 3378
Metro Radio Servce Codes (10 Codes, Extended)
mgrdutynts.ham 1226
The Duties of a NTS NCN BBS Packet Manager
micro2.ham 1280
Expanding the Band for the ICOM Micro2
mil-call.txt 4992
Military Callsigns on Radio
military.txt 13821
A List Of Military Aviation Frequencies
milsat.ham 3479
how to Listen in on Milsat Band Broadcasts
miltrain.ham 8367
Military Training Radio Broadcasts by John Johnson
mobile.9x 3467
9X: Mobile Operations, by Nemesis and Captain Eddy
mod_21.ham 16256
The Radio Shack Pro-2005 Programming Scanner by Bob Parnass, AJ9S
morehint.ham 27138
Some Radio Hints and Tips by Nigel Ballard (November 1990)
morse.ham 1073
The International Morse Code List
moscowsch.ham 5120
Radio Moscow Services Schedules (September-February, 1992)
motbible.txt 106633
The Motorola Users and Programming Guides by Mark Larsen Version 1.1a (March 26, 1995)
msgadrdoc.ham 6208
Decoding the Message Header in a Packet Radio Message for Distribution
msgfmtdoc.ham 11923
The Standard 16-Line Message Format, by G.O. Ellis, AAT6VF
mx4000.ham 1250
Get Longer Battery Life from Your Regency MX-4000 or MX-4200 Scanner by Bob Parnass
narago.ham 11947
Where did the NARA (National Amateur Radio Association) come from? By Donald L. Stoner, W6TNS
nbcnew.ham 1380
Letter by Kenneth W. Hane to NBC News about a Anti-Scanner Article
neighbor.9x 3958
9X: Radio "Neighbors", by Nemesis and Captain Eddy
newham.ham 4981
Getting an Amateur Radio License by Terry R. Dettmann/WX7S
newscandoc.ham 63075
The Indespensable Guide to Scanning, by R.P. Meggs of Intercept, Inc.
nicadchg.ham 6009
A NiCAD Battery Charger using Voltage and Current Limiting Techniques
nigel-if.ham 8251
Reciever Hunting using the I.F. Principle by Nogel Ballard (August 5, 1990)
nigel01.ham 14954
A Journey Through My Scanning Triumphs and Disasters by Nigel Ballard (July 20, 1990)
nigelbug.ham 9216
Radio Surveillance (Bugging) in the UK by Nogel Ballard
nigelcmp.ham 16751
A Personal View of Computers and Computing, by Nigel Ballard
nigelden.ham 8982
A Layman's Guide to Traffic Analysis by Nogel Ballard (July 23, 1990)
nigelspy.ham 8382
Advanced Signal Acquisition for Private Scanner operators by Nogel Ballard (July 20, 1990)
niglbest.ham 55666
The Best of the Early SSC Scanning Free Info Sheets by Nogel Ballard
nite.txt 5488
Emegency Communications Systems of the US Government
ntscfreq.txt 4844
North American Television Channels and Frequencies as per NTSC Standards (Weld Pond)
nypd10s.pro 4498
NYC Police Department Radio and Incident Code Signals
oil-dx.ham 4828
Oil Rig DX: Tuning In on the Hunt for Energy in the Gulf of Mexico (April 1990)
opdx148.txt 8256
The Ohio/Penn DX PacketCluster Bulletin Number 148 (February 21, 1994)
pac-intr.ham 16727
An Introduction to Packet Radio
packet.ham 15360
An Amateur Packet Radio Overview by Rich Bono (NM1D) (October 1990)
packet.txt 89129
Packet Radio: An Introduction by Larry Kenney
packettrm.ham 7653
A Neutral Glossary of Amateur Packet Radio Terms
pcs300.ham 1635
Adjustment with the AXDEN PCS-300 Radio (February 2, 1985)
phone.pat 29538
Article about Phone Patches from Ham Radio Magazine (October 1985)
pir.txt 12160
Pump up the volume (or how to make a pirate radio station) by D.J. "big Joe"
pir001.txt 7616
Starting a Pirate Radio Station by Arclight (May 13, 1993)
pirate.txt 77021
How to Be A Radio Pirate?
pk232dcddoc.ham 4608
Problems in the PK-232 Manual are Causing Major Problems
pktfaq.ham 20173
The Frequently Asked Questions for Amateur Packet Radio, by Steve Schallehn (July 9, 1991)
pll.spb 14011
Creating a Loop Filter by Mycal (April 13, 1994)
pocsag.txt 10475
Description of Coding Used on POCSAG Pager Signals
police.txt 12379
A Listing of Police Codes
policeco.phk 15165
Fuzzz Codes II by The Chemist and Trans America (January 15, 1986)
policscan.ham 15784
FUZZZZ Codes II (Police Scanner Codes) by the Chemist and Trans America, 1985-1986
porta-j.txt 20126
Building the "Porta-J" by N4VQT (September 20, 1989)
postalnts.ham 1283
The Two-Letter Postal Codes for North America (August 9, 1989)
powersup.ham 2079
How to Build a 12-Volt Power Supply
pradio.txt 1737
A Visit from the FCC Agents by Jim Duncan of KOAN
pre-amp.ham 1156
How to Bypass that Preamp
pro2005.ham 15701
The Radio Shack Pro 2005 Programmable Scanner by Bob Parnass
pro2006rvw.ham 17679
The Radio Shack Pro-2006 Programmable Scanner by Bob Parnass
producin.9x 8909
9X: Producing a Show, by Nemesis and Captain Eddy
propgtn.9x 7495
9X:Propogation, by Nemesis and Captain Eddy
pycnog 4141
Cashing In on the Pycnogenol Antioxidant Blitz
qrm.9x 5667
9X: QRN, by Nemesis and Captain Eddy
qsignals.ham 851
The Q Signals
quayle.ham 1922
Hunting Quayle on the Air Force 2 by Sue Kennedy
r7000.ham 30093
Fixing a R7000 Display and Sensitivity Problem
r7000cdoc.ham 6147
Double the Memory Channels of the ICM R7000 by Replacing the Speech Switch by Jean-Louis Ecochard
rabbit.txt 4465
The Rabbit Cordless System, Transcribed by Phantasm (December 14, 1992)
radio.txt 38598
Radio Electronics: A General Introduction
radiofax.ham 5504
Looking at Three Types of Multi-Mode Decoders by R.P. Meggs
radiomap.ham 4260
A Graphic Representation of Packet Radio Links Which Are Believed to Exist on 145.010mhz on the East Cost
rdtlkr1.ham 2036
The Sears Roadtalker SSB Base Mobile
rffdback.9x 3993
9X: RF Feedback, by Nemesis and Captain Eddy
rfkitnew.txt 4725
Information on FM Kits from Free Radio Berkeley (1995)
rfoitte.txt 6936
Radio Frequencies of interest to Telephone Experimenters by The Researcher (January 26, 1986)
rfsniff.txt 3706
An RF Sniffer/Bug Detector
rs_galax.ham 80304
The DXers Guide to the Galaxy: Communications in Space (August, 1991)
rtty.txt 10440
List of Frequencies where English Language Press Stations can be Heard on HF, by KB9OZ
s-rescue.ham 6596
Tuning in on Search and Rescue Operations, by Thurston Wainwright (November 1990)
s-tipsdoc.ham 64512
The Indespensable Guide to Scanning by R.P. Meggs, Preside of Intercept, Inc.
sampsun.txt 5596
The Shortwave Listeners' Program Guide
san-d-1.ham 9644
A History of San Diego Police Communications (September 1990)
satdishlst.ham 64360
Satellite Channel Chart, March 15, 1988
sca.txt 15616
Some Additional Thoughts on the Subsidiary Communications Authorization
sca2.txt 3199
Eavesdropping on Subcarrier Transmissions
scabosto.txt 15736
The Boston SCA Report, by Weld Pond
scanhint.ham 17310
Scanner Hints and Tips by Nigel Ballard (October 1990)
scanintr.ham 10353
A Guide to the Hobby of Monitoring the Public Service Bands
scanintr.txt 14793
An Introduction to Scanning by Bob Parnass (AJ9S)
scaninuk.ham 16234
Visiting the UK and Intending to Bring a Scanner Along for the Ride? By Nogel Ballard (September 1990)
scanmast.ham 1792
Turbocharge Your R7000 FRG9600 and AR2002 Scanners
scanner.law 10880
State Scanner Law Regulations List (August 2, 1992)
scanners.ham 15579
An Introduction to Scanning, by Bob Parnass, AJ9S (January 1990)
scanners.txt 31026
A Guide to the Hobby of Monitoring the Public Service Bands
scantips.txt 62561
Some Thoughts on Using Scanners and Buying Scanners
sclaw.ham 10085
The South Carolina Highway Patrol: An Overview
scnpatdoc.ham 4631
Two Scanner Patents by Bob Parnass, AJ9S
secret 22800
Uijt gjmf jt cspvhiu up zpv dpusuftz pg uif D)sbdljoh: Secret Radio Frequencies
sendbuldoc.ham 3467
Distributing a Bulletin to a Packet Radio BBS
shipcall.ham 8748
Ships and Calls by Ship Name (March 4, 1987)
shrtwave.txt 19969
A Guide to Shortwave Radio (Frequently Asked Questions)
shtlfreq.txt 8454
Shuttle Mission Frequencies by Topol
silkpurs.ham 15418
Monitoring Silk Purse, by Nigel Ballard
sked.txt 8130
Composite Schedule of Numbers Stations Broadcasts (December 23, 1995)
sonyrfa.txt 3135
Sony: Sony VHF Synthesized Wireless Microphone Systems
sonyrfb.txt 4288
SONY: Sony Wireless Microphone Systems: UHF Channel Allocations
sources.9x 2973
Sources of other Pirate Radio Information, by Nemesis and Captain Eddy
spy.txt 6464
The Spu Numbers Decoded by Peter Febbroriello
spyradio.txt 17171
The Los Numeros Update from Havana Moon (1990)
startyou.1 6509
How to Start a Very-Low-Power FM Station to Serve your Immediate Neighborhood
stats.ham 3692
Some Statistics about Ham Radio Operators (December, 1990)
studio.9x 6389
9X: Building a Production Studio, by Nemesis and Captain Eddy
subcar 14313
Some Additional Information SCR Reception, by Bob Parnass
svc-code.ham 3712
The FCC Service Codes
sw-ant.txt 6407
Short Wave Antenna Basics
sw-chart.txt 3991
A Handy Shortwave Radio Chart
swbands.ham 1866
The International Shortwave Bands
swl.txt 22939
Shortwave Listening Guide 1991 by Gary Maddox (February 1991)
swlb.txt 5591
Shortwave Radio on a Limited Budget, by Mendel Cooper
swlg.txt 2969
Shortwave Listening Guide 1991 by Gary Maddox (February 1991)
swlgdoc.ham 2969
The Shortwave Listening Guide 1991 by Gary Maddox
swmisc.ham 2326
Miscellaneous Topics Relating to SW Listening and Amateur Radio
swmisc.txt 1727
Miscellaneous Topics Relating to Shortwave Listening and Amateur Radio
swr.9x 6043
9X: Standing Wave Ratio (SWR) by Nemesis and Captain Eddy
swrhack.txt 3154
Short-Wave Radio Hacking by The Seker
telltime.9x 5360
9X: Everything You Needed to Know about GMT, by Nemesis and Captain Eddy
tencodes.ham 2790
The Ten Codes and the Phonetic Alphabet, by John Johnson
tencodes.txt 3567
Collection of "Ten Codes"
tenmeter.ham 12093
Mode and License Class Allocations for 10 Meters, by John Johnson, KWV8BP
theoakla.1 6213
900 Codes for Police
tips.ham 11937
Information and Safety Tips for Weather
tone.ham 5730
Tone Programming the SAT IC-2SAT, IC-3SAT, IC-4SAT
tv2meter.txt 1970
Using your TV Antenna for a 2 Meter Atenna
tvpiratedoc.ham 13934
Dr. Mabuse: Hacker to the M-M-Max, by Morgan Russel in Reality Hackers Magazine (1988)
usedsc.ham 23234
A Guide to Buying a Used Scanner, by Bob Parnass, AJ9S (August, 1988)
v20_bug.txt 3328
An NEC V20/V30 Bug, by Howard Vigorita of the New York Amateur Computer Club
vco.txt 2163
A Dandy Circuit for a VCO and Buffer that Operates Across the Entire FM Broadcast Band
verify.9x 9107
9X: Verifying Your Efforts, by Nemesis and Captain Eddy
voasch.ham 31694
The Voice of America Transmission Schedule (October 18, 1991)
welfarents.ham 3248
How to Prepare and Send Welfare Traffic
whatisnts.ham 6704
The History of the National Traffic System (NTS) (June, 1989)
wiretap.alg 32838
The Wiretap Algorhitm (Packet Radio and Tapping) (October 30, 1985)
wpscan.txt 7005
Weld Pond Transcribes an Article: Hackers Scan Airwaves for Conversations (1992)
wrdcountnts.ham 3993
Checking the Word Counts of Messages (June, 1989)
wreck.ham 15785
Packet Radio at the Wreck of the Colonial by Bob Bruninga (January 11, 1986)
wvsig.ham 2432
The West Virginia State Police Signal Codes (July 18, 1989)
wxboxist.ham 9216
National Weather Service Teletype Access
xmitters.9x 20438
9X: Transmitters, by Nemesis and Captain Eddy
xtal.ham 1621
Crystals for your Shortwave Converter
xtal.txt 1516
Crystals for your Shortwave Converter

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