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[moved] Ham Radio audio feed on big bear scanner site?

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LBScaner
Wed Aug 17 2016, 12:41PM Email Thread Print View
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Hi

I would like to know if big bear scanner will have a tab for ham radio feeds where you see Current scanner: Big Bear, Big Bear 2, Bear Mtn, Fawnskin, Palm Springs, [Ham Radio for Big Bear, San Bernardino, Riverside] are.

Big Bear AREA/Races channels
San Bernardino AREA/Races channels
Riverside AREA/Races channels
Any Big Bear, San Bernardino and Riverside channels that has ham radio net clubs
FEMA ?
Red Cross channels ?
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Kev250R
Mon Aug 22 2016, 06:52AM

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The Keller Peak Repeater would be a good one to add to this list as it seems to be the most popular Repeater on the mountain and has a large number of people who check-in to their two call-in Nets in the morning and evening, at least on the weekends.
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©ammy ⭐
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Craig would be the one to answer this as he runs the Big Bear Scanner site. But I would think that it would be difficult to scan more than one ham radio frequency given how long the conversations tend to be.
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