[aprssig] Re: D-710 at FCC test site
John A. Ficke - WT4M
wt4m at wt4m.com
Mon Aug 6 22:11:09 CDT 2007
I guess listening to the neighbors on the "party line" of my grandmothers
rotary bell telephone (a phone that could be used as a lethal weapon in a
pinch) makes me ancient? LOL...
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Subject: [aprssig] Re: D-710 at FCC test site
At 07:37 PM 8/6/2007, Wes Johnston, AI4PX wrote:
>Gosh, is analog cellphone monitoring even a sport anymore?
I know this kind of dates me, but I used to find it amusing to set my mom's
Minitor pager into the "listen to all" mode. You'd hear some of the
funniest things people would say when they thought it was private...
I still have my AOR-2700 scanner that is unblocked.
Verizon pried my analog cell-phone away from me about 5 years ago. And
although I like some of the features of the new-fangled phones (I have an
LG VX8300), they have never been able to match the voice quality of the
AMPS phones. Half the time I talk to people they still sound like they're
underwater. My old digital phone I could lock into analog mode - I haven't
tried it on the 8300, but I think that option is there. It burns up the
battery quickly and doesn't help if the other person is digital, though.
Can you hear me yet?
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