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Back in the 80s and 90s all you needed was a readily obtainable receiver, like this Realistic PRO-62 multi-channel scanner.Realistic was one of the house-brands of the US chain Radio Shack, better known in the UK as Tandy, and from the early 1970s until the late 90s this was one of the go-to places to buy advanced and exotic radio equipment, along lots of other interesting and useful electronic gadgets, but more about that later.So, take a stroll down memory lane to remember all of our past Word of the Year selections.Just in case you still think that conversations on your digital mobile phone are private, they’re not!To listen to a particular band of frequencies the procedure is to put the receiver into Program mode, enter the lower and upper frequency limits, press the Scan Up or Down button and away it goes.Provided the Squelch control is set to just above the noise threshold only transmissions that are louder than the noise will be heard.It automatically selects AM or FM modulation and if you want some privacy there’s a socket on the top for headphones or an earphone.

It was in 1999, in Croydon South End, South London, where the local Tandy store was closing.It’s not so much a throwback to the past but an illustration of the system’s range, reliability, resilience and worldwide standardisation.All those tiny buttons on the front of the PRO-62 make it look complicated, but it is actually quite straightforward.Mostly these frequencies are used for short-range two-way communications, and where much of what you might hear is not intended for public consumption.The breadth of the PRO-62’s coverage was, and still is an impressive feat on something so small but whilst it still picks up lots of private transmissions, nowadays you won’t hear much in the way of plain speech.

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