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Bug frequencies





                              SCANNER FREQUENCY
                                  LISTINGS        

 By: John Johnson, KWV8BP "TOPOL" 
 of the Hotline MBBS 304-736-9169


                             BUGGING FREQUENCIES
                             -------------------

 There has been an increase in the use for using wireless transmitters not
 only by Law Enforcement Agencies but for private gain of information. Big
 companies bug there competition to find out about new products and such,
 husbands/wives bug each other to find out if the other is having an affair,
 and so on. Wireless transmitters are not only used for these purposes you 
 can find them in use by your local preacher at church, or entertainers while
 on stage and so forth. Put these freq's in your scanner and drive around and
 see what comes up.                                

 Common search bands
 ------------------ 

    49 - 50 Mhz.    72 - 76 Mhz.    88 - 108 Mhz.    174 - 216 Mhz.


 Known frequencies used by Entertainers and for Surveillance
 -----------------------------------------------------------

   30.84       33.12       33.14       33.40       35.02       39.06
   42.98       149.35      150.775     150.79      151.625     154.57  
   154.60      154.695     154.995     165.9125    167.3375    167.3425    
   167.4875    168.0115    169.20      169.445     169.505     170.245   
   170.305     171.045     171.105     171.45      171.845     171.905   
   172.000     172.200     173.225     173.3375    457.525     457.55   
   457.5625    457.575     457.60      467.75      467.775     467.7875 
   467.80      467.825     467.85      467.875     467.90      467.925  


 Charleston Wv. Police Wireless Mic's "known"     
 -------------------------------------------

     165.0875    166.0875    CID Mics    165.185      


 Federal Agencies seem to stick within there band when using wires 
 -----------------------------------------------------------------

  162 - 174 Mhz.    406 - 420 Mhz.    Federal Body Mics  169.2 - 173.4 Mhz.
  40.22 is still a favorite     

 Bumber Beepers
 --------------

 Bumper Beepers are used for the tracking purposes of a car "vehicle" to keep
 up with the actions of an individual. They can also be used on the person of
 an agent or individual to keep track of his position..

 Frequencies for Bumper Beepers  
 ------------------------------

   30.85 - 30.87     30.89 - 30.91     30.93 - 30.95     30.97 - 30.99
   31.01 - 31.03     31.05 - 31.07     31.09 - 31.11     31.13 - 31.15 
   31.17 - 31.19     31.21 - 31.23     31.25 - 31.27     31.29 - 31.31  
   31.33 - 31.35     31.37 - 31.39     31.41 - 31.43     31.45 - 31.47  
   31.49 - 31.51     31.53 - 31.55     31.57 - 31.59     31.61 - 31.63 
   31.65 - 31.67     31.69 - 31.71     31.73 - 31.75     31.77 - 31.79  
   31.81 - 31.83     31.85 - 31.87     31.89 - 31.91     31.93 - 31.95  
   31.97 - 32.00     33.00 - 33.03     33.05 - 33.07     33.41 - 34.00  
   37.00 - 37.43     37.89 - 38.00     39.00 - 40.00     42.00 - 42.91  
   44.61 - 45.91     45.93 - 45.95     45.97 - 45.99     46.01 - 46.03 
   46.05 - 46.60     47.00 - 47.41    

  150.9950 - 151.4900      153.7400 - 154.4450      154.6350 - 155.1950 
  155.4150 - 156.2500      158.7150 - 159.4650      453.0125 - 453.9875 
  458.0125 - 458.9875      460.5125 - 460.5625      460.5625 - 460.6375  
  462.9375 - 462.9875      465.0125 - 465.5125      465.5625 - 465.6375   
  467.9375 - 467.9875           
  40.22 ---- known active in Las Vegas      


 According to the Pop Com July 89 article, there has been an increase in the
 use of Cellular Phones for the purpose of surveillance, mostly by Federal
 Agencies and larger Police Depts.

 If you have any updates or comments on surveillance frequencies, call us
 down here at The Hotline MBBS, we have around 3 gigabytes of power with
 our two nodes combined, Special interest groups include Scanner & Radio Sig,
 a UFO SIG and plenty of others. Our Scanner SIG & File area has many Files
 pertaining to Scanner & Radio related topics..

 The Hotline BBS 304-736-9169 

 I would like to thank the Medic from Las Vegas and GEnieScan for there
 contributions to this file.  

 A few ideas: Drive around with these freqs in your scanner, bugs use low 
 wattage so you will have to be pretty close to monitor. Another idea is the
 next time a concert comes to town, get as close as you can to the arena and
 search through these bands, this could also be done at stage shows, etc. Let
 me know how ya do.


 John Johnson, KWV8BP (Topol)
 


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