Now updated with additional locations and new scans taken in July
and January 2009!
On a blustery April day, three men, determined that no longer should New York
City users of wireless technology be slaves to the tyranny of unknown RF
frequencies, set out to collect hard data in this fair city. Howard Kaufman of
Lectrosonics was the scan man - cool, hard, and lean with a steely gaze and little
patience for those who would thwart the FCC. Larry Hoff drove, effortlessly transporting the team from one end of the city to the other
in his trusty automobile. And
me? I'm Peter Schneider, Gotham Sound and Communications. There are eight
million radio frequencies in the naked city, and I've got to monitor them all...
Click a location to see RF charts.
If you need any help using the charts,
here's a handy how-to guide. Of
course, these scans are merely a "snapshot" of the RF in that location at a
specific time. If you find these charts useful,
let us know, and we can expand it with updates and additional