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The main problem we run into is our meters and instruments do not measure any reduction in EMF emmissions when these chips are in place. Although their makers say, "That's not how they work," my response is, "Do you want to risk being wrong ten years from now?" I base this opinion on the work of one of the orignial proponents of EMF-reducing chips and head of a large-scale research study on the biological effects of cell phone use, Dr. George Carlo. He reversed his support for these chips completely when he discovered that users became worse after 9-18 months. You can read his Medical Alert and other information in my Position Paper and below . I also have more extensive comments on this subject below on this page.

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In Emmet County you should be able to hear Fire Dispatch on MHz, which is transmitted simultaneously from more than one repeater site. By using more than one repeater, adequate reception is ensured from nearly any part of the county. Trunking Adding frequencies and splitting activities geographically works up to a point, but for agencies or departments that have a significant number of users, conventional operation isn't a viable option. No matter how they might try to divide up the activity, there are just too many users who want to use the system. This is where trunking comes in. Instead of using each frequency pair for a specific purpose, the pairs are combined in a "pool" that can be shared among all users. When someone wants to use the system, he or she makes a request to some type of central controller, which looks at the pool of frequency pairs to see if there is one that is not currently in use. If so, that pair is temporarily assigned to the radio making the request and the person can talk on that frequency. When the person is done talking the channel is released and put back in the pool, available for someone else to use. So, if you were monitoring only one radio frequency, you would hear "snippets" of conversation whenever the controller happened to choose that frequency from the pool. If it selected a different frequency, you would miss that transmission. Since these radio frequencies are shared, radios need a way to separate the transmissions they want from the transmissions they don't want. This is done through identifiers called talkgroups . Groups of users who share a common purpose are assigned a unique identifier that is programmed into the radio of each group member. A radio may have several talkgroups programmed into it, and the user selects the one he or she wants to use at any particular time. So where a conventional system would dedicate a radio frequency to each group, a trunked system uses a talkgroup instead. Control Channels Radio frequency channels in a trunked system can be divided into two types: traffic and control. Traffic channels are what the controller assigns to a user when he or she wishes to speak, and they carry the sound from the talking user out to all of the listening users. The sound may be carried on the channel in different formats. The oldest format is referred to as analog , where the sound is represented by a continuously varying signal. Every consumer scanner on the market works with analog traffic channels. Newer formats carry the sound as a stream of digital data -- binary digits ("bits") of 1 's and 0 's. Some scanners on the market are capable of correctly interpreting one particular digital voice format used in APCO Project 25 systems, which we'll discuss later on. Other digital voice formats cannot be decoded by consumer-grade scanners and thus are not able to be monitored. Control channels carry instruction and status messages between radios and the controller. These channels are painful for a human to listen to because the messages are in digital form, so all you hear is a rough hissing sound. However, in a properly programmed radio (and in a trunk-tracking scanner), these digital messages are received and interpreted by a microprocessor, which then performs the appropriate action. A site typically has one radio frequency set aside as a control channel while the rest are used to carry traffic. Because control channels are transmitted continuously from repeater sites, many systems change the control channel frequency from day to day in order to spread out the wear and tear on the repeater equipment. Trunking Process

The futuristic idea was described in an interview published in the current issue of Collier's Weekly, in which Tesla says, "We shall be able to witness the inauguration of a president, the playing of a World's Series baseball game, the havoc of an earthquake, or a battle just as though we were present."

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Most defectors undergo security questioning by the National Intelligence Service for a few days up to several months in extreme cases, before being moved to the Hanawon resettlement center.

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