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Print View Posted: Tue May 29 2018, 12:54pm
Posted by: Darkstar350Posts: 493
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This is interesting - [link]

It shows the old frequency allocations such as "Taxi radio service" and "Telephone maintenance radio service" before categories like "Industrial business pool" came out
Many of those frequencies are still licensed to their original licensees




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Posted: Tue May 29 2018, 10:50pm
Posted by: ipfd320Posts: 1807
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Ha Ha where did you Find That Tid Bit-----

Here is a Bit of Nastalgia While on the Subject---I Got this List as a Long Time Favorite


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Posted: Wed May 30 2018, 02:05am
Posted by: Darkstar350Posts: 493
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I found that probly just browsing around for random frequencies like i do from time to time
Its intresting to see that some of the phone cartels are still (for lack of a better word) hoarding some of those "telephone maintenance" freqs
And its amazing that some of the "power radio service" freqs such as 158.220 are indeed still used by power companies such as PSEG

Fordyce was definitely accurate for many years and suprisingly some of the freqs on there are still valid
Great they keep that site online
For a while there i heard something like it got hacked and if you visit you could get a virus
But i still check fordyce as a reference and havent had a problem like that ...
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Posted: Thu May 31 2018, 10:15pm

Posted by: PFD MikePosts: 371
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Nice find
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Posted: Fri Jun 01 2018, 02:09am
Posted by: ipfd320Posts: 1807
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It Reminds me of the Old Radio Shack Scanner Master Frequency Books---Wish I Never Got Rid of all My Books--But Sometimes Circumstances Arise and Downsize
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