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  1. preparedscoutdad says:

    there was a movie with Gene Hackman where he was behind enemy lines and he overlaid the map with a golf course to communicate locations etc back to the naval ship that was trying to help him sorry i just dont remember the name of the movie

  2. intrepidietconstante says:

    thank brother excellent info can u give me more info for starters like i am very intrested in this subject if u can help me with what do i start thank u in advance bro peace

  3. CPLBSS88 says:

    so for MURS any VHF radio will work? im wanting to set up a vehicle system as my mobil base station and have two radio(one for me, one for eith wife, everybody else is buying their own). I do want the ability to communicate in buildings so would it be worth it to have GMRS instead? All the agencies around here opperate with VHF so it would be nice to be able to listen in on them…

  4. CPLBSS88 says:

    so for MURS any VHF radio will work? im wanting to set up a vehicle system as my mobil base station and have two radio(one for me, one for eith wife, everybody else is buying their own). Total budget for the whole system is flexable, im willing to save, but id like to keep it under $1000 for everything.

  5. CPLBSS88 says:

    so for MURS any VHF radio will work?  im wanting to set up a vehicle system as my mobil base station and have two radio(one for me, one for eith wife, everybody else is buying their own)

  6. 2012Twist says:

    Working with CB, All HAM Bands, Public Safety, Business Bands, FRS & GMRS and Marine Band as well as being employed by Motorola, … I listen To EVERYTHING !
    Anyone in My area IS SUSCEPTIBLE TO INTERCEPTION of All Communications … This is for My Safety. Others Will Use The Same Knowledge To SURVIVE BY ELIMINATION and Resource Suplimentation. BE SHORT & USE DISCRETION. PLEASE PRAY

  7. RayAir1 says:

    For privacy you could even add a voice scrambler to it if you have the money. For a decent one (rolling code) look to spend at least $300 (Midian TVS-2) per scrambler. Then you would need to pay for it to be installed. Also you would need a key loaded (Midian KL-3). When loading keys it’s best to have the programmer yourself because the companies save the keys if they load it. Transcypt has some good scramblers, but they are way overpriced.

  8. RayAir1 says:

    For long range especially in the country consider buying some used 110W VHF-Low band mobile radios. Just make sure they are on the same frequency.
    Look on EBAY (search motorola low band radio). They also make 60W versions, but 110 W will give you more range. Plus, hardly anyone used VHF low band anymore so not many people even bother scanning it.

  9. locke6206 says:

    Thank you brother! You should make a video response to this vid about the Nextel capability.

  10. RayAir1 says:

    Nextel Direct Talk uses 0.7W RF power, 900Mhz FHSS with digital voice (VSELP) which means it can’t be received by scanners. The hop rate is 90mS. I have a special surveillance receiver that can track it, but can’t demodulate the digital VSELP voice. It just sounds like popping. Remember FH will show up on spectrum analysers as “spikes” and they CAN be DF’ed.

  11. RayAir1 says:

    Us a CB and FRS/GMRS radio for outside contacts and for more private short comm’s use a Nextel with Direct Talk (this is NOT Direct Connect). You do not need the phone activated, but you need a SIM card. Nextel i355′s are your best bet as they can be had on EBAY for around $25/ea. Not many people know about this feature.

    Continued….

  12. RayAir1 says:

    Not really, the hopping shows up as spikes on a spectrum analyzer. I also have a surveillance receiver that will track the hops and demodulate it unless it’s encrypted.
    Frequency hopping can be DF’ed.

  13. Iriatv says:

    I have a Question: if I had 2, 6 volt square batteries could I power a car CB radio?

    & Question 2 Is there any way to convert a scanner to use as a radio if I could get the parts ?

  14. guns4good says:

    Yeah, I get what you are saying. Just don’t want a bunch of folks to go off half-cocked and jump on the HAM bands without license. I like the vid, not trying to stomp toes. Cheers!

  15. locke6206 says:

    being a HAM myself I am well aware of the licensing requirements and FCC’s monitoring activities. These options I mention in this video are for when SHTF situations when survival is a life and death situation. IF SHTF the government will have their hands full for sure and enforcing FCC regs will be a low priority on their list.

  16. guns4good says:

    Keep in mind that you have to be licensed to use 2 and 10 meter. And if you get a license, someone in the gub’ment has your name and your arse. And if you’re using those bands, the FCC is ALWAYS monitoring for people illegally broadcasting. HAMS WILL turn you in for being on their bands without a license.

  17. kaymanclark says:

    another idea is to set a meeting point where in the middle where you two can meet in case you can’t get ahold of each other. So no matter what if you can’t get ahold of each other you’ll know where you can meet up.

  18. kukulkan07 says:

    grate advice, grate information..

  19. locke6206 says:

    Yes there are plenty of choices if you are willing to pay the price for the range. VHF high band radios for 50 watts or more will easily transmit that far if there are not mountains etc blocking the signal.  2 meter ham radios on repeaters will easily transmit 40 plus miles. And 10 meter radios will also transmit that far with enough wattage output.

  20. jcllljyl says:

    My wife needs to drive 40 miles to work. I wonder if there is any radio that will work in 40 miles range in case the cell phone down and she needs to get out from the emergency? Thanks.

  21. locke6206 says:

    Here is what I will tell you. If the radio sends a wave transmission, it can be triangulated. Some take more effort to triangulate, but radio waves are still radio waves. If it is a frequency hopping radio then it makes triangulation almost impossible because of the hop.

  22. locke6206 says:

    Both Motorola and Midland are great choices. I would personally go with Midland. Midland makes great land mobile radios.

  23. erm9173 says:

    Whats the deal with that anti triangulation chip?what is it called or part #??IDM???

  24. solobackpacking says:

    true…

  25. locke6206 says:

    Yes I know navajo is a native language. Never said it wasnt and I did correct the fact that it was in world war 2 that the code talkers were used as code if you look at previous comments here. I was in the military and know plenty about communications. I certainly do not see any vids on your channel relating to communications.. Ooops, I dont see ANY vids on your channel. So show me or shut up..

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