The Turner Radio Network has obtained the complete radio
interoperability guide for the Department of Homeland Security,
issued by the DHS office of emergency communications.
The guide, issued just days ago, includes updates for the entire nation through
March 10, 2009.
This 76 page guide lists the radio frequencies, repeater input / output /
talk-around frequencies, trunked radio network details including CTCSS codes for "private line" carrier squelching, satellite communications codes, radio programming instructions and more!
In the event of a national emergency, - or the round-up of "dissident" citizens -- this is how the various agencies of the federal government will communicate with each other,
AND with various agencies of the state and local governments.
Thanks to this guide, we'll know what to tune-in, so as to monitor what they've
begun doing and, if need be, be able to plan in advance to jam those frequencies if the
government tries to attack the citizenry or round-up "dissidents."
More importantly, the average person can buy used radio gear on Ebay or
elsewhere and modify that gear to operate on these government frequencies.
You DO NOT need an FCC License to monitor these frequencies with such equipment
but TRANSMITTING on them would be a violation of FCC rules.
Nevertheless, if the government is coming to round up citizens,
then the law has already gone out the window, so being able to disrupt their communications will
This booklet will make such self-defense, much easier.
Click Here to Download the 76 Page Bookle:
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