Welcome to the Missouri/Kansas Scanner Radio Website! We hope that you will find your visit both enjoyable and informative.
Missouri/Kansas Scanner Radio is a resource dedicated to radio communications and public safety scanner hobbyists across the bi-state region. Inside, you will find quite a bit of useful information that should help you get the most out of the radio scanning hobby. Whether you're just getting started or have been involved in the hobby for many years, we're confident you'll find what you're looking for.
Most of our web pages are arranged geographically (usually by County) and contain public safety frequency listings and trunked radio system information. If you would like to learn specific details about the area(s) you're monitoring, head on over and check out our wiki project.
Everyone is welcome to submit radio frequencies, trunked radio system/talkgroup data, web links, and other information by visiting our support area.
Thanks for stopping by and enjoy the website!
2018 Year End Update
With 2018 rapidly coming to a close, we wanted to drop in and provide quick update. First and foremost, we've received a few e-mails from people inquiring if this website is still being actively maintained. The short answer is yes and no. Yes, the website is alive and well and of course any priority maintenance issues have been swiftly taken care of. As far as page updates go, we acknowledge we're way behind on those! Back in June, we were contacted by an amateur radio group in the Los Angeles area who requested our assistance in constructing a new DMR network. Between trips back and forth, and fulfilling normal family/work obligations here, the middle and latter parts of this year have been extremely busy. Consequently, we haven't had much time to update the website pages as often as we'd like to. With things slowly getting back to normal, you should start to notice page updates being conducted more frequently starting in the early months of 2019. With a few exceptions, not much has changed with regards to the frequency/radio system listings. Most of the information you presently see on the website is current and up to date.
Here's a few things we plan to roll-out in 2019:
- Upgrade our Joomla content management system from 3.9.x to Joomla 4.0. This will be a major update to the platform which should offer some very nice and useful features. 4.0 is still in the testing phases so a firm release date hasn't been disclosed. We've heard it will be sometime in early/mid 2019.
- Upgrade and overhaul the wiki project. This has been a work in progress for the past 6 months and it should be ready to go by late February or Early March.
- Re-install a new version of the support-ticket system. The old system was hacked, so it's been unavailable for months. It will be a quick fix, and we plan to have that rolled out very soon. For the time being, please e-mail any questions, issues, or content submissions to jason (at) mokanscan (dot) net.
That's pretty much it for now. Everyone have a Merry Christmas!