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#11842 - 09/01/03 04:33 PM Playing with cordless phones
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hey since cordless phones transmit at 2ghz freq could you use a (dun know there names u know those radio things that u can set to a freq, like a baby monitor) to listen to my neighbors convos?

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#11843 - 09/01/03 06:09 PM Re: Playing with cordless phones
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Unfortuntly there are way to many Freqs, If you get lucky, then you might stumble across one but doubt it.................


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#11844 - 09/02/03 05:39 AM Re: Playing with cordless phones
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not on the 2ghz spectrum, you can do older phones however... (2ghz tend to shift every 5-10 seconds plus can be encrypted, where as some 900mhz are encrypted and do shift, but their easier to find).

The frequencies for those are:

(Panasonic 900 MHZ)
CH BASE HANDSET
-- ------- -------
01 902.100 926.100
02 902.130 926.130
03 902.160 926.160
04 902.190 926.190
05 902.220 926.220
06 902.250 926.250
07 902.280 926.280
08 902.310 926.310
09 902.340 926.340
10 902.370 926.370
11 902.400 926.400
59 903.870 927.870

(others)
Cordless Phone Frequencies
43.720 43.960 44.320 46.610 46.770 48.760 49.080 49.280 49.670 49.875
43.740 44.120 44.360 46.630 46.830 48.840 49.100 49.360 49.770 49.890
43.820 44.160 44.400 46.670 46.870 48.860 49.160 49.400 49.830 49.930
43.840 44.180 44.460 46.710 46.930 48.920 49.200 49.460 49.845 49.970
43.920 44.200 44.480 46.730 46.970 49.020 49.240 49.500 49.860 49.990

900Mhz Phone Frequencies
902Mhz to 928Mhz

Cellular Phone Frequencies (30Khz Spacing)
869.040Mhz to 893.97Mhz


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#11845 - 09/02/03 05:40 AM Re: Playing with cordless phones
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note that all freq's listed are for older phones only!


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#11846 - 09/02/03 07:14 PM Re: Playing with cordless phones
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Yeah you would have to have a pretty intense scanner to pick up the convo, and it's almost impossible to get the patern of switching the fone uses because you can't get all the numbers and like you all know it may have an encryption...
cellphones are do-able you can even reprogram them so you seem like the owner


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#11847 - 09/02/03 08:40 PM Re: Playing with cordless phones
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not really, older radio shack police scanners pick them up just fine (older freq's) I can sit here and listen to my neighbors on the phone anytime here, just i live in a mexiplex and i don't know much spanish lol...


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#11848 - 09/03/03 04:38 AM Re: Playing with cordless phones
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Yeah i don't you can pick them up, i pick them up all the time but the channel always changes on the phone i uses so i may have my fone for 10-20 seconds then it jumps off and you would have to have the scanner constatly scanning a range because not all phones follow a standard was the point i was making and yeah wtf is spannish?


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#11849 - 09/07/03 04:34 AM Re: Playing with cordless phones
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Hey, that actually could explain something. Could the frequency shifting be responsible for your own phone conversation being interfered with by another (accidentally) ?

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#11850 - 09/07/03 05:13 AM Re: Playing with cordless phones
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theoretically yes, but it'd be quite uncommon


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#11851 - 09/08/03 09:12 AM Re: Playing with cordless phones
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When freq shifting on a phone, you change feqs every 7 or so secs so for another phone to have the exact same shifting pattern is something like

1 in 1 Billion, roughly (Not exactly)

but a portion of the shift is the same, it would possibly account for a few seconds of interferrence


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#11852 - 09/09/03 12:35 AM Re: Playing with cordless phones
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well, it happened to me....so poo

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#11853 - 09/09/03 12:40 PM Re: Playing with cordless phones
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It could be just a problem with the wiring though, from the reciever to the the junction box, anywhere there you could be picking up the faint parts of another signal


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#11854 - 09/09/03 08:23 PM Re: Playing with cordless phones
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c00 stuff, curious if this shoukd be kept here or go to phreaking since its with phones... Eh can go either end.


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#11855 - 09/17/03 07:36 AM Re: Playing with cordless phones
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i think it's fair for me to say yes you can. u see what i have is a 100 channel direct entry programmable scanner and every night befor i go to sleep i sit down and listen to people on their cordles phones talking, pizza delivery people on their radios, except for cops because they switched from digital to analog


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