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    http://mi.scanamerica.us/index.php

    I'm going to try and find a better site though.

    Never knew these websites existed. Now to find one with archives from my area for specific days

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    Been listening to this one for over a year now.

    http://www.scanmichigan.com/

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    Anyone know how to get the Manistee Co. traffic?

    If not, do the scanners here in Michigan use the crystals, or do you need to get codes?
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    Newer scanners use codes. Sometimes the officers go to "an 800" so we can't hear them. I haven't tried to get equipped to monator the 800 signal, don't know anything about it.springerdave.

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    springerdave wrote:
    Newer scanners use codes. Sometimes the officers go to "an 800" so we can't hear them. I haven't tried to get equipped to monator the 800 signal, don't know anything about it.springerdave.
    Thanks for the info. Just after I posted that I began searching out more info and looks like you have to pay to get the codes.

    Also, I am familiar with the alternate channels. It was channel two (2)at the department I worked at (in Georgia).
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    Springfield Smitty wrote:
    Anyone know how to get the Manistee Co. traffic?

    If not, do the scanners here in Michigan use the crystals, or do you need to get codes?
    List ofMichigan scannerfrequencies for County of Manistee:

    http://n8tnt.com/frequencies/manistee.html

    Home Page: http://n8tnt.com/frequencies.html

    Not sure Smitty if this is what your looking for, but it's all I could find for now.

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    The volunteer firefiters in your area may share the codes with you.springerdave.

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    SpringerXDacp wrote:
    List ofMichigan scannerfrequencies for County of Manistee:

    http://n8tnt.com/frequencies/manistee.html

    Home Page: http://n8tnt.com/frequencies.html

    Not sure Smitty if this is what your looking for, but it's all I could find for now.
    I saw this one. Looks like it's mostly just amatuer radio and Public Works stuff.
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    springerdave wrote:
    The volunteer firefiters in your area may share the codes with you.springerdave.
    I am indeed one of them. That is why I am familiar with 800 radios...
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    radioreference.com will give you everything you need to know on scanners
    Rand Paul 2016

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    Yooper wrote:
    radioreference.com will give you everything you need to know on scanners
    OUTSTANDING!! This is all one could ask for. Thank you Yooper.
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    Springfield Smitty wrote:
    Yooper wrote:
    radioreference.com will give you everything you need to know on scanners
    OUTSTANDING!! This is all one could ask for. Thank you Yooper.
    The programming on new scanners will blow your mind, and cause great frustration, especially if you aren't familiar with them at all. But the knowledgeable people on that site will guide you through any issues.
    Rand Paul 2016

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