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“He stood quietly for a while, and Lee lowered the volume on the police-band scanner.”
“I have a police-band radiolots of journalists doand when I heard your address His arms relaxed, letting Megan go.”
“The suit will transmit a looped message that people with ham radios or police-band scanners can tune into, and there's prizes for people who spot the "SuitSat" from the ground.”
“D'Agosta moved through the channels on the portable police-band radio he'd pulled from the Rolls, searching for more official chatter about him and Pendergast.”
“He was growing increasingly concerned: the police chatter concerning them had abruptly dropped off-not just because of the gem heist, although that filled most of the channels, but because they'd probably switched to more secure channels that couldn't be monitored from their portable police-band radio.”
“For the rest of the evening the Computer Crimes Unit team pored over the reports from the Bay View Motel, continuing to search for any leads to Phate and listening in anxious anticipation to the police-band scanners for reports of more killings.”
“The police-band radio hummed and crackled as Wesley showered and shaved.”
“That means a 911 dispatcher can send information about an emergency call to a police officer without using public airwaves accessible to anyone with a police-band scanner, including those who intend to harm police.”
“Around 60 teachers, attired in the dress of Babasaheb Ambedkar and a police-band added glory to the procession.”
“Think of all the radio devices that make our society work; cell phones, TV, broadcast radio, satellite radio, satellite TV, police-band radio, air-band radio, fire-band radio, construction site radios, CB ...”
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