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nsasucks





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FIGHTING BACK #42 PostSat May 19, 2001 1:56 am  Reply with quote  

This FB is the frequencies Federal Agencies use to spy on you. Enjoy. (Thank you CQ)

Each of these are by agency, so now you can tune into the what they are hearing about you and locate those little nasties!!!

Specific Federal Surveillance Frequencies


149.3500, 165.9125, 167.3375, 167.3425, 167.4875, 168.0115,
169.2000, 169.4450, 169.5050, 170.2450, 170.3050, 171.0450,
171.1050, 171.4500, 171.6000, 171.7500, 171.8450, 171.8500,
171.9050, 172.0000, 172.2000, 172.2125, 172.2375, 172.2625,
172.2875, 172.3125, 172.3375, 172.3625, 172.3875, 172.5500,
173.3375

169.445, 169.505, 170.245, 170.305, 171.045, 171.105, 171.845, 171.905

27.5750 Customs Low Power under 5 watts
27.5850 Customs Low Power under 5 watts
163.1000 Customs Low Power under 30 watts
418.5750 Customs Low Power under 30 watts

40.1200 Federal Shared Mobile Locator Transmitters "Bumper Beepers"
40.1700 Federal Shared Mobile Locator Transmitters "Bumper Beepers"
40.2200 Federal Shared Mobile Locator Transmitters "Bumper Beepers"
40.2700 Federal Shared Mobile Locator Transmitters "Bumper Beepers"

164.9125 FBI Surveillance
165.9125 ATF F5 Surveillance
166.2875 ATF
170.4125 ATF
172.2000 DOJ/DEA CH.1
171.6000 DOJ/DEA CH.2

406.2750 Secret Service
407.8000 Secret Service, CIA, State Department
408.0500 Federal Shared
408.5750 Federal Shared
409.4000 Federal Shared
408.5000 Secret Service
408.9750 Secret Service

418.0500 DEA Low Power
418.0750 DEA Low Power
418.5750 DEA Low Power
418.7500 DEA
418.6750 DEA
418.9000 DEA F2 CINDY (416.325) Surveillance
418.7500 DEA F3 GAIL Surveillance/Strike Force
418.6750 DEA F4 EMILY (416.325) Surveillance

960-1215 MHz Spread Spectrum Systems (Wideband)

8-13 GHz Very popular for wideband, low power (under 10-100mw)
video and audio devices

Surveillance and Spy Satellite Frequencies
(Mostly Wideband Spread Spectrum/LPI channels)


220 MHz - 450 MHz
1.2 GHz - 1.4 GHz
1.7 GHz - 1.9 GHz (1.76-1.84 active)
1.9 GHz - 2.2 GHz (2.115 active)
4.9 GHz - 5.0 GHz
5.5 GHz - 8.8 GHz
10.6 GHz - 12.8 GHz (11.7-12.2 active)
17.8 GHz - 22.5 GHz (Low Orbit SIGINT/IMINT Birds)

23.6 GHz - 24.0 GHz (Low Orbit SIGINT/IMINT Birds)
25.5 GHz - 25.7 GHz (Low Orbit SIGINT/IMINT Birds)
22.8 GHz - 33.5 GHz (SIGINT Birds)
42.5 GHz - 47.0 GHz (High Orbit SIGINT/IMINT Birds)
50.3 GHz - 52.4 GHz (High Orbit SIGINT/IMINT Birds)
78.0 GHz - 85.5 GHz (High Orbit SIGINT/IMINT Birds)
86.3 GHz - 98.3 GHz (High Orbit SIGINT/IMINT Birds


Commonly Used Professional and Law Enforcement Bugging Frequencies
37.000 - 952 MHz FCC Surveillance Blanket Authorization

47 CFR 90.19 "Physical surveillance, stakeouts, raids..."
Straight AM/FM/WFM, FM-Subcarrier, SSB, QAM, Spread Spectrum, and Frequency Hopping. If encrypted, it usually uses in-band voice inversion or 56 bit DES. (Normally well under 2 watts... most below 5-150mw)

9 kHz - 490 kHz Carrier Current 47 CFR 15.219 Auth (250 mv max.)
490 kHz - 1.705 MHz Lossy Cable 47 CFR 15.221 Auth (1000 mv max.)
450 kHz - 30.00 MHz PLA Systems 47 CFR 15.207 Auth (30 mv@ft/30ft max.)

25 - 50 MHz "Bumper Beepers" ( 38 - 47 MHz very popular)
135 - 170 MHz "Bumper Beepers" (150 - 170 MHz very popular)
450 - 512 MHz "Bumper Beepers"
903 - 904 MHz "Bumper Beepers"
904 - 912 MHz "Bumper Beepers"
918 - 926 MHz "Bumper Beepers"
926 - 927 MHz "Bumper Beepers"

148 - 174 MHz Wireless Microphone
135 - 250 MHz Out-band Wireless Microphone
174 - 216 MHz In-band Wireless Microphone
350 - 440 MHz Common Video Frequency
380 - 930 MHz Wide Band Hoppers
806 - 824 MHz Wireless Microphone
851 - 869 MHz Wireless Microphone
905 - 930 MHz Popular Audio/Video Band

1.1 - 1.3 GHz Common Video Frequency
1.4 - 1.5 GHz Common Video Frequency
1.7 - 1.9 GHz Common Video Frequency (1.710 - 1.755 REAL Popular at 1/10 watt)
2.4 - 2.5 GHz Common Video Frequency (2.400 - 2.450 REAL Popular)
5.7 - 5.9 GHz Common Video Frequency (5.725 - 5.850 REAL Popular)
8.5 - 10.8 GHz Common Video Frequency

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"Tactical" Bugs


225 - 400 MHz "Throw away" bugs (10uw-300mw Beer can bugs)
290 - 330 MHz Micro-powered Bugs (5uw-10mw Cigarette Butt Bugs)
180 - 430 MHz Spread Spectrum Wafer Bugs (1.5mm thick * 10mm * 2.9mm)

30 - 500 MHz Tactical Repeaters (75mw-300mw)
285 - 400 MHz Tactical Repeaters (50mw-10watts)
100 - 152 MHz VHF Tactical Repeaters (300mw-25watts)
135 - 174 MHz VHF Tactical Repeaters (300mw-25watts)


(Big Smile...BIG...SMILE...)

Subcarrier Modulation:

10 - 500 kHz - Most Commonly Used Subcarrier Bugging Frequencies

15 - 150 kHz - Typical Broadcast FM/TV Subcarriers (TV/FMSubC)
0 - 15 kHz - Typical Broadcast FM L+R Signal (Mono)
19 kHz - Typical Broadcast FM Subcarrier - Pilot
23 - 53 kHz - Typical Broadcast FM Subcarrier L-R Signal (Stereo, 38 kHz center)
57 kHz - Typical Broadcast FM Subcarrier - RBDS/EAS
67 kHz - Typical Broadcast FM Subcarrier SCA/Musicast/Musak
92 kHz - Typical Broadcast FM Subcarrier SCA/Musicast/Musak

15 - 105 kHz - Typical Broadcast Television Subcarriers (TVSubC)
0 - 15 kHz - Typical Broadcast TV Audio L+R Signal (Mono)
15.75 kHz - Typical Broadcast TV Subcarrier - Pilot
31.50 kHz - Typical Broadcast TV Subcarrier L-R Signal (Stereo)
62.94 kHz - Typical Broadcast TV Subcarrier - SAP Secondary Audio
102.27 kHz - Typical Broadcast TV Subcarrier - Cue Channel

2 - 10 MHz - Typical Video Component Subcarriers (4.2 - 8 MHz common)

5 kHz - 750 kHz - Realistic Subcarrier Threat (Audio)
5 kHz - 15 MHz - Realistic Subcarrier Threat (Video)


VLF and Carrier Current Type Bugs


9 kHz - 490 kHz Carrier Current 47 CFR 15.219 Auth (250 mv max.)
490 kHz - 1.705 MHz Lossy Cable 47 CFR 15.221 Auth (1000 mv max.)
450 kHz - 30.00 MHz PLA Systems 47 CFR 15.207 Auth (30 mv@ft/30ft max.)

3 - 200 kHz 300 mw High Grade Pro Bugs (over 500$ each)
100 - 200 kHz 50-100 mw Older VLF Bugs
120 - 200 kHz 30-50 mw Pre 1990 intercoms
200 - 300 kHz 30-50 mw Post 1990 intercoms
300 - 400 kHz 250-450 mw TELCO Line transmitters (355 kHz popular)

300Hz - 30 kHz Cable TV Carrier - Hardwired Microphones (Baseband Audio)
30 kHz -300 kHz Cable TV Carrier - Coaxial Bugs (Wideband Audio/Video)

100 - 450 kHz Threat Window #1 Most CC Bugs
3 kHz - 3 MHz Threat Window #2 Expensive "Pro-Grade" Bugs
5 kHz - 32 MHz Threat Window #3 Popular WJ Carrier Current Rcvr
3 kHz - 50 MHz Threat Window #4 Realistic Threat Window for Telephone Wire
15 MHz - 70 MHz Threat Window #5 Audio/Video "Micro-Wire" RF circuits

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VLF Devices

25 kHz - 90 kHz Tape Recorder Bias Osc-Low End (35-45 kHz Common)
80 kHz - 145 kHz Tape Recorder Bias Osc-Mid Range (88.2, 96, 100 kHz Common)
100 kHz - 325 kHz Tape Recorder Bias Osc-Pro Grade (100, 150, 300 kHz Common)
40 kHz - 50 kHz Tape Recorder DAT/Hi8 (44.1/48 kHz Common)

4 kHz - 35 kHz Recorder Audio Servo Noise (10-20 kHz Common)

7 kHz - 35 kHz Video Camera VLF Detectable emissions
15.750 MHz Common NTSC Video Camera
15.734 MHz CCD/PCB Video Camera (very easy to detect)
15.625 MHz Common Video Camera

Also, be aware that ultrasonic signals are emitted from most VLF
devices. (Utilize a EOD/Bomb Tech Stethoscope, and Spectrum Analyser
with an wideband ultrasonic transducer).

WECO Bugs
Boosted/ultrasonic audio coupled to Power, CATV, and Telco lines


64 kbps to 1.5 mbps Digital Bugs T-Carrier-Lo (T-1 and Below)
1.5 mbps to 50 mbps Digital Bugs T-Carrier-Hi (T-1 and T-3)
2.048 mbps Digital Bugs Definity Circuit Pack Bug
32 mbps Digital Bugs TMS Channel/Backplane bridge
Designed to transmit QAM on Microwave Spread Spectrum (2.4-9.0 GHz)

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Ranger Rick





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PostFri Jan 25, 2002 3:42 pm  Reply with quote  

nsasucks: I have just 'found' this web site for the first time and was specifically alerted to YOUR posts from an anonymous reader of my material re: specifically, your items about trade craft. I too have shall we say, been 'enlightened'. I have been involved in some, shall we say, DEEP stuff for about six years, actually it's been much longer than that on some other things. I've been spilling my guts on how the cops, feds, DOD and spooks move around us using covert means and ways trade craft. You surely know about Mike Sweeney's site ww.proparanoid.com and his books and newsletter too - another good source. I've taken a lot of heat for what I have done and know, you would probably find my horror stories similar to yours and others. I've also been beseiged - as all will be if they do anything half right - with plants, disinfo agents, moles and babysitters, ranging from bonafide ex-FBI and CIA, to Mind Control operatives. The ex FBI guy who was Sirhan Sirhan's babysitter for the goverment was specifically put on me - I did investigation work for him for a year. I live in San Pedro, CA, work in LA, a lot of what I post is somewhat local in nature, but I've been advised a lot of my observations about tradecraft run nationwide. There's a war going on out there alright and we are cursed to have our eyes opened to see it. It is my mission in life to enlighten others so they too can 'see' the enemy like we do. Keep up your work. I'm printing off everything you have up here, it is excellent. Be safe.
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PostWed Feb 13, 2002 2:42 pm  Reply with quote  

Heads up!
http://www.rumormillnews.net/cgi-bin/config.pl?read=17370



[Edited 3 times, lastly by KnewEyes on 02-13-2002]
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PostWed Feb 13, 2002 4:18 pm  Reply with quote  

Can't get this to the top page. Test.
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PostThu Feb 14, 2002 5:05 am  Reply with quote  

nsasucks,thanks for the info.
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PostTue Jun 11, 2002 6:50 am  Reply with quote  

always a fan
in front of de flamitory statements
yourz truely
insane in a sane world
gone by

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PostTue Jun 11, 2002 1:10 pm  Reply with quote  

nsasucks
the deceiver of many
not to mention ranger rick
has a colorful past
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the professor





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PostWed May 07, 2003 9:48 pm  Reply with quote  

my thanks was regarding the frequency codes, gives me something to play with on my scanner.
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hmm PostMon Mar 28, 2005 2:43 pm  Reply with quote  

interessting, how did you get these codes
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