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Old 05-14-2004, 10:13   #3
noway
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{you do not need a license to scan any frequencies. }

I think you are wrong.

I was told and checked out numerous states requirements that if you carry a scanner on your person or car, you need a license. I only listen to USGA frequencies and wouldn't mind take the 40 or 60 channel bearcat out on the road and doing it legally.



Also can any explain the steps they did to get a Technician license?

I contact a VCE ( IIRC ) but they provide me nada. the best advice I was given was just to go to amateur radio club and speak to their members.
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