[aprssig] Criminal SAR Folks

John Zaruba Jr aa2bn at comcast.net
Sun Mar 5 20:22:08 CST 2006

Your problem with this is what, exactly?

The Air Force Office of Frequency Coordination and the NTIA are the  
authorities having jurisdiction, and this is their mandate for CAP  
and other federal users. I believe that the various services MARS  
programs have similar frequency protection  constraints. Again, only  
federal users are effected.

Other SAR agency's frequency allocation and coordination are provided  
by the FCC and those agency's data are freely available in public  
databases. SAR agencies (other than federal) are free disclose their  
own info however they see fit.

I fail to see the problem here.

John AA2BN

On Mar 5, 2006, at 17:40, Robert Kirk wrote:

> Make sure that none of you SAR folks become criminals and disclose  
> your operating frequencies.
> We'll probably have to add another blocked range to new scanners, too.
> See http://www.fas.org/blog/secrecy/2006/03/ 
> file_under_sensitive_but_uncla.html
> Bob Kirk
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