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NEW CORDLESS TELEPHONE FREQUENCY LISTINGS

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CHANNEL BASE PORTABLE TELEPHONE

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1 46.610 49.670

2 46.630 49.845*

3 46.670 49.860*

4 46.710 49.770

5 46.730 49.875*

6 46.770 49.830*

7 46.830 49.890*

8 46.870 49.930

9 46.930 49.990

10 46.970 49.970

Some of the older cordless phones using the frequencies marked by the <*>

asterisk are paired with frequencies around 1.7 MHz. Listening to the 1.7 MHz

side will yield both sides of the conversation.

The best frequencies to monitor are the 46 MHz as they will repeat both sides

of the conversation. Power output of both base and hand units are less than

100 Mw or 1/10 watt so the range is limited. Careful monitoring will produce

some outstanding results. It is not uncommon to hear conversations up to a

mile away.

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