From: Tim Matthews <email@example.com> Date: Tue, 12 Oct 1999 13:02:25 +0100 Fwd Date: Wed, 13 Oct 1999 03:37:34 -0400 Subject: Re: From Maxwell Burns >Date: Mon, 11 Oct 1999 12:03:32 +0100 >From: Neil Morris <Neil@adm1.ph.man.ac.uk> >To: firstname.lastname@example.org >Subject: Re: From Maxwell Burns <snip> >A "nosey" ham or short wave listener, and there are lots of >'em<g>, wouldn't have a big problem and I believe the one's that >do it on a regular basis _do_ have recorders "at the ready". Max >may or may not have a recording but don't rule it out just on >technical grounds. Years ago on said ageing scanner I monitored >the companies UHF base stations but also for light relief, >Manchester Airport's tower freq plus approach radar, Liverpool >approach and the CAA's frequency for the controlled air space >over the North West _and_ still had lots of presets to spare. I know a couple of AT controllers and plenty of radio hams and it is true that this type of recording could be achieved - although the listener would have had to have been lucky. Certainly not technically impossible..... Tim M.
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