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[liberationtech] Radio Surveillance Capability List?

John Graham-Cumming jgrahamc at gmail.com
Mon Dec 26 06:00:31 PST 2011


You might like to ask a radio ham as radio direction finding is part of the hobby. Below about 30MHz you'd expect any signal to propagate a long way (potentially globally) even at a low wattage like that (see QRP). Above 30MHz you're on VHF territory and above 300MHz in UHF. In both propagation is much more restricted and depends mostly on

John.
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On 26 Dec 2011, at 03:15, Aaron Huslage <huslage at gmail.com> wrote:

> Has anyone put together a list of countries and their approximate capability for radio surveillance, satellite jamming, etc? 
> 
> I would be curious to know, for instance, what is known about the abilities of the government in Kazakhstan to determine the position of certain 1-5W transmission devices to a degree that they can be found and destroyed or confiscated.
> 
> I would also be curious to know of the ability of said government to block or monitor users of large-scale public satellite networks like Thuraya or Inmarsat. 
> 
> Does this database exist in a public place?
> 
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