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The Ultimate Cellular Modification Manual by Dr. Bloodmoney




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*                 THE ULTIMATE CELLULAR MODIFICATION MANUAL                 *
*                              released by                                  *
*                    %%%%%%%% Dr. Bloodmoney %%%%%%%%%%                     *
*                              June 1, 1992                                 *
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The following information was gathered from various sources and is not meant 
to be a technical treatise on the cellular network.  There are plenty of 
other files out there on the subject.  This file specifically deals with the
processes involved in modifying cellulars.  I put together this file because
I have not seen one that actually tells how to do this.  When some of you  
start reading this you might say to yourselves "Hey, some of this is almost
word for word from Brian Oblivion's article (incidently, one of the best
I have seen on the subject) in Phrack #38 or so and so's article in so and so 
magazine".  Well, not to discount anyone who has written anything on cellular 
phones, but all the information in this file was purchased by me from various 
ads in the back of various radio and communications magazines.  I make no 
pretense as to where the original source of this material comes from.  In 
fact,  most of the t-files I have seen contain some of the Consumertronics 
info. word for word, and the writers try and claim it as their own.  Or maybe 
vice versa.  I make no claim to have written this manual (but beleive me 
after putting this together I could).  The only thing I have done is spent 
many hours compiling what I believe to be a very good file on the subject.  
        
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                 THE ULTIMATE CELLULAR MODIFICATION MANUAL           
                            TABLE OF CONTENTS

PART I.          WHAT IS BROADCAST FROM A CELLULAR TOWER?
PART II.         DEFINITIONS
PART III.        TYPES OF NAMS
PART IV.         NAM FORMAT MAP
PART V.          STANDARD NAM FORMATS
PART VI.         NAM REPROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS FOR 30+ PHONES
PART VII.        THE ELECTRONIC SERIAL NUMBER - AN INTRODUCTION
PART VIII.       IDENTIFYING THE ESN IN YOUR CELLULAR PHONE
PART IX.         SCANNING TO FIND THE ESN/MIN PAIR
PART X.          A FEW COMMON SCANNER MODIFICATIONS
PART XI.         THE 40-50 MHZ CELLULAR SCANNER
PART XII.        HOW THE ESN IS REPLACED
PART XIII.       EQUATIONS FOR PROGRAMMING THE CHIPS
PART XIV.        MANUFACTURER'S ESN CODE LISTING
PART XV.         HOME SYSTEM ID LISTING  (A-L)
PART XVI.        HOME SYSTEM ID LISTING  (M-Z)
PART XVII.       "THE ROAMING SCAM"
PART XVIII.      MERCHANDISE SHEET

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Comments can be left to me at RIPCO (bloodmoney),Blitzkrieg,or Lucid Dreams


PART I.          WHAT IS BROADCAST FROM A CELLULAR TOWER?

        When a cellular phone makes a call, it normally transmits it's
Electronic Security Number(ESN),Mobile Identification Number(MIN),it's
Station Class Mark(SCM) and the number called in a short burst of data. 
This burst is the short buzz you hear after you press the SEND button and
before the tower catches the data.  These four things are the components
the cellular provider uses to ensure that the phone is programmed to be 
billed and that it also has the identity of both the customer and the
phone.

        There are usually two cellular phone companies in an area.  One is
the wire-line carrier (Band B), which is usually Bell, and the other is the
non-wireline carrier (Band A). Within the two bands are 832 cellular phone
channels.  Each one has 416 bands, and within the bands are voice channels
that actually transmit and receive information from cellular phones.

        The ESN and the phone number (MIN) are the two primary identifiers
for any cellular phone.  By changing both, the cellular carrier will accept
the call and bill it to either a wrong account or provide service based on 
the fact that it is NOT a disconnected receiver.  It will also look at the
other two components, in order to insure that it is actually a cellular
phone and to forward billing information to that carrier.

        The Station Class Mark can also be changed if you wish to prevent 
the cellular carrier from determining the type of phone that is placing the
call.  By providing the cellular tower with a false SCM, the cellular
carrier, the FCC, or whoever happens to chase down cellular fraud is often
looking for a particular phone which in reality is not the phone they are
looking for.  For example, you can provide the SCM for a Radio Shack phone,
when in reality you are using a Novatell (How this is done from changing
the SCM I do not know...remember...I didn't write this).

        The Number Assignment Module (NAM) also has the SIDH (System
Identification for Home System) number programmed into it.  Refer to SIDH
TABLE.  The transmittal of the SIDH number tells the carrier where to forward
the billing information to in case the user is "roaming".  The SIDH table
tells the major cities and their identifying numbers.  Changing an SIDH is
programming job that takes only minutes, but be aware that the ESN is still
sent to the cellular phone company.  After they realize that the ESN is 
connected to either a fake number or a phone that is not in the network, they
will block service.  They only way around this is to reprogram the ESN.

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PART II.                      DEFINITIONS


The following is a list of commonly used abbreviations used in cellular
phones.

SIDH

A 15-bit field in the NAM designating the System Identification for the Home
System.  Bit 0 of the SIDH corresponds to the Preferred System flag used
elsewhere in the NAM.  Bits 6 and 5 of byte 0 are international code bits.
Normally the SIDH is entered during programming of the phone as a 5 digit
decimal number.  Enter 0's to the left-most unused positions when 
reprogramming.

L.U.

Local Use Flag.  Tells the cellular phone user if it must preregister with
the system.  Preregistration with the system means that a mobile must 
transmit its parameters to the Cellular System as soon as the power-up
task and the control channel tasks are completed. "1" enables the flag.
Usually set to "1".

MIN MARK

A 1-bit flag designating that MIN2 (area code) is always sent when making
system access.  "1" enables the flag.  Usually set to "1".

MIN2

A 10-bit field representing the area code of the mobile ID number.

MIN1

A 24-bit field representing the mobile telephone number.  MIN2 plus MIN1
equals MIN, the 10-digit phone number.

SCM

A 4-bit field designating the Station Class Mark. A (3-Watt) 832 channel
mobile unit typically will be 1000, a 1.2 Watt portable 1001 or a 0.6 Watt
handheld 1010 or 1110 (discontinuous transmission, meaning push-to-talk).
These are class I, Class II and Class III power levels respectively.
With the SCM the cellular system determines whether or not a cellular phone
can be switched to one of the 156 channels.
        Bit-1 is "0" for 666 and "1" for 832. (See cellular freq. list)
        Bit-2 is "0" for a mobile unit and "1" for a voice-activated 
          transmit.
        Bit-3 and -4 identify the power class of the phone: 
                "00" = 3.0 watts
                "01" = 1.2 watts
                "10" = 0.6 watts
                "11" is not assigned

IPCH

An 11-bit field designating the initial paging channel to be used if in
the home system.  Normally it is 334 for wireline systems, 333 for non-
wireline systems.  But most phones allow other settings for test purposes.

ACCOLC

A 4-bit field designating the overload class for the cellular phone.  The
intention of this entry is to allow the Cellular System to be able to 
determine priority in the event of a system overload, however it is currently
useless as the system operators have generally not provided guidance for
thier installers.  The usual (and correct) system now in effect (in U.S.) is
to use a "0" plus the last digit of the phone number.  Test phones should be
set at "10",emergency vehicles at "11","12" through "15" are reserved.
(A class 15 system is supposed to be police, fire, or military).
P.S.

1 1-bit flag designating the preferred system.  If PS is "0", channels 334
through 666(EVIL!!!) are used.  If PS is "1" then channels 1 through 333 are
used.  Even numbered system numbers (B systems) require a PS of "0", odd
system numbers (A systems) require a "1".

GIM

A 4-bit field designating the Group Identification Mark.  This number tells
the Cellular system how far to look in the SIDH to determine if it is roaming
in a system which may have a roam agreement with the phone system.  It is
usually set to "10".

LOCK DIGITS

A 4-bit field designating the unlock code.  The digit "0" in the lock code
is represented by an "A" in the actual NAM hexidecimal data.  A lock code of
all "0" sometimes unlocks the cellular phone.(Note: Lock codes are 3 digits.
When programming a phone use "0" as the first number.)

E.E.

A 1-bit flag designating that end-to-end signaling is enabled.  End-to-end
signaling means that the DTMF tones will be transmitted on the voice channel
as well as being echoed on the handset.  This feature in necessary for
such services as Bank by Phone, activating answering machines and in third
party long distance services such as Sprint and MCI. A "1" enables the flag.
Usually set to "1".

REP

A 1-bit flag designating that repertory memory (speed dialing) in the
cellular phone is enabled.  And once a again a "1" enables the flag.

H.A.

A 1-bit flag designating that the horn alert feature in enabled. "1" enables 
the flag.

H.F.

A 1-bit flag designating that the handsfree option is enabled. A "1" enables
the flag.  Often, transceivers supplied as hands-free units require that
this flag be left at "0".

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PART III.                      TYPES OF NAMS

                     NAM Types Used in Cellular Phones

NAM- Number Assignment Module - A 32 word by 8 bit PROM
The NAM contains all the information that can be programmed to the phone
directly from the handset. (i.e. SIDH,MIN,LOCK-CODE,etc.).

All phones except NEC will accept tri-state NAMs.  NEC requires an open
collector NAM.  Fujitsu phones will accept either open collector or tri-
state NAMs.

Brand Qualifications:  Fujitsu and Alpine phones will not operate properly
with any Harris Brand NAM or with any Signetics brand NAMs with a part
number NOT ending with an "A".  TI NAMs must not be used in GE Star models.
Panasonic has suggested only TI NAMs should be used in their phones.  NAMs
are available in ceramic (F) or plastic encapsulation (N).

BRAND        OPEN COL.    TRI-STATE      OPEN COL.        TRI-STATE
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Signetics        82S23       82S123

Texas Inst.     74S188       74S288     TBP18SA030        TBP18S030
                                        
AMD           AM27LS18     AM27LS19        AM27S18          AM27S19

Texas Inst. TBP38SA030    TBP38S030

Harris          HM7602       HM7603

MMI            53/6330      53/6331

MMI          53/63S080    53/63S081

NSC           DM54S188     DM54S288       DM74S188

NSC            DM82S23     DM82S123

Motorola   This is for a special NAM used in some Motorolas.  Requires
           an adapter.

Fujitsu         MB7056       MB7051

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PART IV.                        NAM FORMAT MAP

                                                               HEX
MARK DEFINITION    MOST <-  BIT SIGNIFICANCE ->  LEAST       ADDRESS   
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                  0         SIDH (14-8)                        00 
                            SIDH (7-0)                         01
LU=LOCAL USE**    000000          MIN                          02
LU                A/B*  RI*       MIN2(33-28)                  03
                            MIN2(27-24)       0000             04
                  0000      MIN1(23-20)                        05
                            MIN1(19-12)                        06 
                            MIN1(11-4)                         07
                            MIN1(3-0)         0000             08
                  0000      SCM(3-0)                           09 
                  00000     IPCH(10-8)                         0A
                            IPCH(7-0)                          0B 
                  0000      ACCOLC(3-0)                        0C  
PS=PREFERRED**    0000000   PS                                 0D
   SYSTEM         0000      GIM(3-0)                           0E 
                   LOCK DIGIT 1           LOCK DIGIT 2         0F
                   LOCK DIGIT 3           LOCK SPARE BITS      10
EE=END TO END      EE           000000          REP            11
  SIGNALING        HA           000000          HF             12
REP=REPERTORY      ----------------------------------------------
HA=HORN ALERT                                                  13
HF=HANDS FREE                                                  14
                                                               15
                                                               16
                              SPARE LOCATIONS (13-1D)          17
                              CONTAIN ALL ZEROS EXCEPT         18
                              FOR MANUFACTURERS OPTIONS        19
                                                               1A
                                                               1B
                                                               1C
                                                               1D
                                    NAM CHECKSUM ADJUSTMENT    1E
                                    NAM CHECKSUM               1F 
                                

The Checksum Adjustment and Checksum are calculated automatically after
the data has been edited for the NAM.  The sum of all words in the NAM plus
the last two must equal a number with "0" in the last two digits.  The radio
checks this sum and if it isn't correct, the radio assumes the NAM is bad or
that it has been tampered with.


 * - These bits are used only by AT&T,Hitachi and Mitsubishi. They are A/B
 Enable and Roam Inhibit. They must be "0" for all other models.

** - My information does not agree here. One source claims that address 03
     has 6 bits and that address 0D has 7 bits. The other source states the
     the exact opposite.

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PART V.                     STANDARD NAM FORMATS

        NAMs are generally mapped the same in all cellular phones, and the
ones that have no "fancy" options are generally programmed the same.  This
chart provides the usual digits and settings for almost every NAM.

ITEM        DESCRIPTION             NO. OF DIGITS         USUAL SETTING
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1           First 3 digits               3                     XXX
            of phone number

2           Last 4 digits                4                    XXXX
            of phone number

3           Lock Code(LOCK)            3 or 4               XXXA or XXXX          

4           Area Code (MIN2)             3                     XXX

5           Home Area System
            ID No. (SIDH)                4*                   XXXX

6           Horn Alert (HA)              1                    0 or 1

7           Hands Free (HF)              1                    0 or 1

8           End-to-End Signaling         1                      1
            (EE)

9           Repertory Mark (REP)         1                      1

10          Group Identification         2                     10
            Mark (GIM)

11          Access Overload Class        2                     XX*
            (ACCOLC)

12          Station Class Mark (SCM)     4*                   XXXX

13          Local Use Mark (LU)          1                      1

14          Min Mark (MIN)               1                      1

15          Initial Paging Channel       3                 333 or 334*
            (IPCH)

16          Preferred System Mark        1                   0 or 1*
            (PS)

* Notes- 

   1. Home Area ID Number normally consists of five digits. However, four
   are usually sufficient is the U.S.

   2.  Access Overload Class is generally made up of a "0" plus the last
   digits of the telephone number.  Some systems set at "15" or "00".

   3. Station Class Mark is expressed as four binary digits.

   4. Initial Paging Channel is 334 for wireline, 333 for non-wireline
   systems.

   5. The Preferred Mark System is set to "0" for wireline, "1" for non-
   wireline systems.

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PART VI.
                 NAM Programming (Reprogramming) Instructions

                          For 30+ Cellular Telephones


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PLEASE NOTE: Area specific numbers contained within these programming
             instructions may not be accurate for your cellular area.
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                        Programming Instructions for:

                        DIAMONDTEL MESA90X HANDHELD


ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

USED EQUIPMENT: TO DISPLAY CURRENT UNLOCK CODE -
PRESS FCN 7
ENTER 4 DIGIT SECURITY CODE
ENTER NEW 3 DIGIT UNLOCK CODE
PRESS CLR

PWR up unit
Press "END" and hold within 10 seconds of pwr up
Enter "5132920"
Release END key.

0                                 SEND                DUAL NO

XXXXXXXXXX                        SEND                NO1

_ _ _ _ _                         SEND                SID1

1                                 SEND                LU1

1                                 SEND                EX1

334                               SEND                IPCH1

07                                SEND                ACCOLC1

0                                 SEND                PREF1

10                                SEND                GIM1

0                                 SEND                RI1

1                                 SEND                DTX1

1                                 SEND                AR1

1234                              SEND                SEC

1                                 SEND                EE

1                                 SEND                C TONE

0                                 SEND                AL

0                                 SEND                BO

1                                 SEND                BEEP


TO EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE PRESS "END" AT ANY TIME

TO RESET NAM FROM THE LIMIT OF 3 PROGRAM ATTEMPTS
PWR up unit
Press "END" and hold within 10 seconds of pwr up
TO RESET NAM OF MESA 90 HANDHELD USE THE CODE "6972814"




                        Programming Instructions for:

                        DIAMONDTEL MESA99X HANDHELD


ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

USED EQUIPMENT: TO DISPLAY CURRENT UNLOCK CODE -
PRESS FCN 7
ENTER 4 DIGIT SECURITY CODE
ENTER NEW 3 DIGIT UNLOCK CODE
PRESS CLR

PWR up unit
Press "END" and hold within 10 seconds of pwr up
Enter "5132920"
Release END key.

0                                 SEND                DUAL NO

XXXXXXXXXX                        SEND                NO1

_ _ _ _ _                         SEND                SID1

1                                 SEND                LU1

1                                 SEND                MIN MARK1

334                               SEND                IPCH1

07                                SEND                ACCOLC1

10                                SEND                GIM1

0                                 SEND                RI1

0                                 SEND                DTX1

0                                 SEND                AR1

1234                              SEND                SEC

1                                 SEND                CONTINUE D.T.M.F.

0                                 SEND                AUTO LOCK

0                                 SEND                BOOSTER


TO EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE PRESS "END" AT ANY TIME




                        Programming Instructions for:

                          GATEWAY CP 900 HANDHELD

USED EQUIPMENT: TO DISPLAY CURRENT UNLOCK CODE -
CURRENT UNLOCK CODE CAN NOT BE SEEN AND MUST BE KNOWN TO CHANGE
THE CURRENT UNLOCK CODE.
PRESS MENU
ENTER 03
ENTER CURRENT 4 DIGIT SECURITY CODE
ENTER NEW 4 DIGIT SECURITY CODE
PHONE WILL AUTO EXIT TO READY

ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

PRESS MENU  99  ENTR SCRTY CODE(FCTRY PRST IS 9999)  PROGRAM NAM

_ _ _ _ _                         SEND                SID

XXXXXXXXXX                        SEND                PHONE NUMBER

0334                              SEND                IPC

07                                SEND                ACCOL

10                                SEND                GIM

1                                 SEND                MOBILE I.D. NUMBER

1                                 SEND                LOCAL USE MARK

2                                 SEND                SYSTEM SELECT (B)

UPON PRESSING SEND THE PHONE WILL CYCLE TO WAIT  AND THEN RETURN TO THE
READY MODE.

TO DISPLAY THE NEW PHONE NUMBER:

PRESS RCL 00




                         Programming Instructions for:

                           GENERAL ELECTRIC MINI II

ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

USED EQUIPMENT: TO DISPLAY CURRENT UNLOCK CODE -
PRESS FCN 7
ENTER 4 DIGIT SECURITY CODE
ENTER NEW 3 DIGIT UNLOCK CODE
PRESS CLR

PWR up unit
Press and hold END key within 10 seconds of pwr up
Enter "6282905"
Release END key

0                                 Press SEND          DUAL NO

XXXXXXXXXX                        Press SEND          NO1

_ _ _ _ _                         Press SEND          SID1

1                                 Press SEND          LU1

1                                 Press SEND          EX1

0334                              Press SEND          IPCH1

07                                Press SEND          ACCOLC1

0                                 Press SEND          PREF1

10                                Press SEND          GIM1

0                                 Press SEND          RI1

1                                 Press SEND          DTX1

1                                 Press SEND          AR1

1234                              Press SEND          SEC

1                                 Press SEND          EE

1                                 Press SEND          C DTMF

0                                 Press SEND          AL

0                                 Press SEND          BEEP

0                                 Press SEND          BO


TO EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE PRESS "END" AT ANY TIME




                       Programming Instructions for:

                            GENERAL ELECTRIC MINI

ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY
USED EQUIPMENT: TO DISPLAY CURRENT UNLOCK CODE -
UNLOCK CODES WILL BE CHANGED ONLY IN PROGRAMMING MODE
FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS THAT FOLLOW

PWR up unit
Press and hold CL key within 10 seconds of pwr up
0Enter "7591122"
Release CL key


XXXXXXXXXX                        PRESS SEND          MIN

123                               PRESS SEND          UNLOCK

_ _ _ _ _                         PRESS SEND          SID

1                                 PRESS SEND          LU

1                                 PRESS SEND          MIN MARK

334                               PRESS SEND          IPCH

07                                PRESS SEND          ACCOLC

0                                 PRESS SEND          PS

10                                PRESS SEND          GIM

1                                 PRESS SEND          EE
0                                 PRESS SEND          BOOSTER

1                                 PRESS SEND          AR


TO EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE PRESS "END" AT ANY TIME




                       Programming Instructions for:

                              MITSUBISHI  800

ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

PWR up unit
Press and Hold STO within 10 Seconds of pwr up
Enter "5474432"
Release STO


0                                 Press SEND          dUAL

XXXXXXXXXX                        Press SEND          NO1

_ _ _ _ _                         Press SEND          SId1

1                                 Press SEND          LU1

0                                 Press SEND          MIN Mark

0334                              Press SEND          IPCH

07                                Press SEND          ACCOLC

0                                 Press SEND          PS1

10                                Press SEND          GI1

1234                              Press SEND          SECUrity

1                                 Press SEND          EE

0                                 Press SEND          dt

1                                 Press SEND          HF

0                                 Press SEND          InHIbit

1                                 Press SEND          C tOnE

0                                 Press SEND          SyS A/B

0                                 Press SEND          dUAL HS

0                                 Press SEND          InHibit Ld


TO EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE PRESS "END" AT ANY TIME




                        Programming Instructions for:

                                MITSUBISHI 900

ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

PWR up unit
Press and Hold END key within 10 seconds of pwr up
Enter "6972814"
Release END key

0                                 Press SEND          DUAL NO

XXXXXXXXXX                        Press SEND          NO1

_ _ _ _ _                         Press SEND          SID1

1                                 Press SEND          LU1

0                                 Press SEND          EX1

0334                              Press SEND          IPCH1

07                                Press SEND          ACCOLC1

0                                 Press SEND          PREF1

10                                Press SEND          GIM1

0                                 Press SEND          RI1

1                                 Press SEND          DTX1

1                                 Press SEND          AR1

1234                              Press SEND          SEC

1                                 Press SEND          EE

1                                 Press SEND          C DTMF

0                                 Press SEND          AL

0                                 Press SEND          BO

1                                 Press SEND          BEEP

TO EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE PRESS "END" AT ANY TIME

TO ENTER TEST MODE HOLD END ON PWR UP-CODE 0944635




                        Programming Instructions for:

                              MOTOROLA 8000H


ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

USED EQUIPMENT: TO DISPLAY CURRENT UNLOCK CODE -
THIS FUNCTION IS PROVIDED IN STEP 9 OF THE PROGRAMMING
MODE


PWR up unit
Enter   STORE #123456123456 RCL
If the phone is fresh from factory then
Enter   STORE #000000000000 RCL
If the phone is used or already programmed then
Enter   STORE #123456123456 RCL

DISPLAY WILL SHOW    01
PRESS  *

_ _ _ _ _                         *                   02  (SID)

XXX                               *                   03  (Area Code)

XXX XXXX                          *                   04  (Phone #)

14                                *                   05

07                                *                   06

00                                *                   07

123456                            *                   08

123                               *                   09

334                               *                   10

010100                            *                   11

000                               *

PRESS * TO REVIEW ENTRIES

TO BURN NAM:  PRESS SEND WHILE 01,02,03, ETC. IS DISPLAYED

SET TO SCAN B MODE BY :

RCL *  :  PRESS * UNTIL SCAN B MODE SHOWS then:

press store




                        Programming Instructions for:

                      MOTOROLA ULTRA CLASSIC HANDHELD

ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

USED EQUIPMENT: TO DISPLAY CURRENT UNLOCK CODE -
THE UNLOCK CODE IS PROGRAMMED IN STEP 8 OF THE PROGRAMMING
MODE


FOR NEW PHONE:  Press FCN, 0 + Security code entered twice (Factory
                preset is 000000),  RCL

The message 01 will appear in the display to confirm programming mode.

Press *                                               01        Press *

1)  _ _ _ _ _                     Press *             02        Press *

2)  XXX                           Press *             03        Press *

3)  XXX XXXX                      Press *             04        Press *

4)  14                            Press *             05        Press *

5)  07                            Press *             06        Press *

6)  10                            Press *             07        Press *

7)  123456                        Press *             08        Press *

8)  123                           Press *             09        Press *

9)  0334                          Press *             10        Press *

10) 010101                        Press *             11        Press *

11) 101                           Press *             12        Press *

Review entries by pressing  "*" repeatedly.

Press SEND to program phone.




                        Programming Instructions for:

                             NEC  P300


ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

   THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR SERIAL NUMBERS AFTER 135-839601

Insert NAM Programming Adapter (NECAM #41-2019) into plug connector on P300
phone bottom.

PWR On

RCL # 0 1   to enter test mode.  Phone will display shaded blocks.

RCL # 7 6   to select NAM.  Phone will show 76-
Press 0 #   to program NAM 1.   (NAM 1=0,NAM 2=1,NAM 3=2,NAM 4=3)

RCL # 7 1   to enter programming mode.

XXXXXXXXXX                        PRESS #             MIN

1234                              PRESS #             LOCK CODE

_ _ _ _ _                         PRESS #             SID

10                                PRESS #             GROUP I.D.

0334                              PRESS #             INITIAL PAGING CH

0                                 PRESS #             SYSTEM SELECT (1=A)

07                                PRESS #             ACCOLC

1                                 PRESS #             MIN MARK 1

1                                 PRESS #             LOCAL USE

911                               PRESS #             EMERGENCY NO.

Press Clr (and hold) to exit programming and return to TEST MODE.

Press RCL # 0 2  to burn and exit to standby.



   THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR SERIAL NUMBERS PRIOR TO 135-839601

Insert NAM Programming Cable (41-2019)
PWR on
RCL # 7 6 to enter TEST MODE
Press 0 # to select NAM.
RCL # 7 1
You are now in Programming Mode.
Enter NAM info as above.
Press and hold CLR to exit.
Pwr down.




                        Programming Instructions for:

                             NEC  P9100


ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

USED EQUIPMENT: TO DISPLAY CURRENT UNLOCK CODE -
UNLOCK CODES WILL BE CHANGED ONLY IN PROGRAMMING MODE
FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS THAT FOLLOW



Make sure NAM battery is fully charged before attempting programming
Switch power on
Press RCL #01 display will then show shaded blocks

For a USED phone - to clear nam and accumulated call timer
Press RCL #39

To program NAM1
Press RCL #760#
To enter programming mode Press RCL #71

XXXXXXXXXX                        Press #             MIN

1234                              Press #             Lock Code

_ _ _ _ _                         Press #             SYS. I.D.

10                                Press #             G.I. Mark

0334                              Press #             First Paging Channel

0                                 Press #             System Select

07                                Press #             ACCOLC

0                                 Press #             MIN Mark

1                                 Press #             Local Use


TO EXIT PROGRAM MODE AT THIS TIME PRESS CLR AND HOLD
DISPLAY WILL SHOW TEST MODE

TO EXIT TEXT MODE PRESS RCL#02

IF THE MEMORY IS CLEARED VIA RCL #39 DURING THE PROGRAMMING THEN THE PHONE
WILL AUTOMATICALLY ENTER FULL-LOCK AFTER EXITING THE TEST MODE
TO UNLOCK: FCN #XXXX(4 DIGIT LOCK CODE FOR LAST NAM PROGRAMMED).




                        Programming Instructions for:

                                 NOKIA P-30

ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

USED EQUIPMENT: TO DISPLAY CURRENT UNLOCK CODE -
PRESS SEL 7 UNLCODE APPEARS ON THE DISPLAY
ENTER 5 DIGIT SECURITY CODE AND THE CURRENT UNLOCK CODE APPEARS IN
THE DISPLAY PRESS CLR AND ENTER THE NEW FOUR DIGIT UNLOCK CODE
PRESS SEL TO STORE THE NEW CODE - NOTE: IF YOU DON'T PRESS SEL WITHIN
FIVE SECONDS THE DISPLAY WILL CLEAR AND CANCEL THE FUNCTION


PWR up unit
Enter  *17*2001*12345*
HO-Id must appear on display
Press SEL to view current value
Display will be one step behind TO STORE instructions


_ _ _ _ _                         Press SEL           ACCESS  (SID)

1                                 Press SEL           LOCAL

1                                 Press SEL           PhonE n

XXXXXXXXXX                        Press SEL           CLASS

10                                Press SEL           PAGE ch

334                               Press SEL           O-LOAd

07                                Press SEL           GrouP

10                                Press SEL           SEC

12345                             Press SEL          AUTO EXIT PROGRAM MODE

TO EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE AT ANY TIME PRESS "END"

WHEN THE SEL KEY IS PRESSED FOLLOWING THE LAST PARAMETER VALUE, THE PHONE
WILL AUTOMATICALLY EXIT THE NAM PROGRAMMING MODE AND RETURN TO NORMAL
OPERATION




                        Programming Instructions for:

                                NOVATEL PTR800



ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

USED EQUIPMENT: TO DISPLAY CURRENT UNLOCK CODE -
UNLOCK CODES WILL BE CHANGED ONLY IN PROGRAMMING MODE
FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS THAT FOLLOW


PWR up unit
Press FCN
Press FCN again
Enter *626776*
Display will show CMT REV and a date code - Press Volume Up
Display will show NAM SELECT1  Press Volume Up

_ _ _ _ _       PRESS #           PRESS VOLUME UP     SIDH
                                  PRESS VOLUME UP     SCM
XXXXXXXXXX      PRESS #           PRESS VOLUME UP     MIN
0333            PRESS #           PRESS VOLUME UP     IDCCA
0334            PRESS #           PRESS VOLUME UP     IDCCB
0334            PRESS #           PRESS VOLUME UP     IPCH
07              PRESS #           PRESS VOLUME UP     ACCOLC
10              PRESS #           PRESS VOLUME UP     GIM
123             PRESS #           PRESS VOLUME UP     LOCK A
456             PRESS #           PRESS VOLUME UP     LOCK B
1               PRESS #           PRESS VOLUME UP     OPTION LC
1               PRESS #           PRESS VOLUME UP     OPTION EX
0               PRESS #           PRESS VOLUME UP     OPTION PS
0               PRESS #           PRESS VOLUME UP     OPTION NSC
1               PRESS #           PRESS VOLUME UP     OPTION EE
1               PRESS #           PRESS VOLUME UP     OPTION REP
0               PRESS #           PRESS VOLUME UP     OPTION HA
0               PRESS #           PRESS VOLUME UP     OPTION HF
0               PRESS #           PRESS VOLUME UP     OPTION F1
0               PRESS #           PRESS VOLUME UP     OPTION F2
0               PRESS #           PRESS VOLUME UP     OPTION F3
0               PRESS #           PRESS VOLUME UP     OPTION F4

TO EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE AT ANY TIME PRESS FCN END

FCN FCN *6462257* WILL CLEAR THE NAM IF IT HAS BEEN PROGRAMMED MORE THAN
3 TIMES OR IF THE NEED EXISTS TO CLEAR THE MEMORY




                        Programming Instructions for:

                                NOVATEL PTR825

ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY
PWR up unit
Press FCN
Press FCN again
Enter *697201*
Display will show CMT REV 972  105  Press Volume Up

1                                 PRESS # VOL UP      NAM SELECT 1
_ _ _ _ _                         PRESS # VOL UP      SIDH
10                                PRESS VOL UP        SCM
XXXXXXXXXX                        PRESS # VOL UP      MIN
0333                              PRESS VOL UP        IDCCA
0334                              PRESS VOL UP        IDCCB
0334                              PRESS # VOL UP      IPCH
07                                PRESS # VOL UP      ACCOLC
10                                PRESS # VOL UP      GIM
123                               PRESS # VOL UP      LOCK A
123                               PRESS # VOL UP      LOCK B
1                                 PRESS # VOL UP      LC
1                                 PRESS # VOL UP      OPTION EX
0                                 PRESS # VOL UP      PS - PREF SYSTEM
0                                 PRESS VOL UP        OPTION NSC
1                                 PRESS # VOL UP      OPTION EE-END TO END
1                                 PRESS # VOL UP      OPTION REP
0                                 PRESS # VOL UP      HORN ALERT
0                                 PRESS # VOL UP      HANDS FREE
0                                 PRESS # VOL UP      OPTION F1
0                                 PRESS # VOL UP      OPTION F2
0                                 PRESS # VOL UP      OPTION F3
1                                 PRESS # VOL UP      OPTION F4 AIR RND UP
0                                 PRESS # VOL UP      OPTION F5 FUTURE USE
0                                 PRESS # VOL UP      OPTION F6 FUTURE USE
0                                 PRESS # VOL UP      OPTION F7 FUTURE USE



Programming will now wrap to beginning SIDH display.
Press VOL UP to review entries




                       Programming Instructions for:

                         OKI HANDHELD MODEL # 750

ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

USED EQUIPMENT: TO DISPLAY CURRENT UNLOCK CODE -
THIS FUNCTION IS PROVIDED FOR IN THE PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE




Pwr up unit
Press (*) and (#) simultaneously
Enter 10 digit Sec Code as follows:  *12345678#
What follows can be done only once!

The display "Enter NEW PW-Sto"
Enter 0123456789 then press STORE

Pwr unit down.

Pwr up unit
Press MENU and RCL simultaneously
Enter 0123456789                                      Software Version and
                                                      ESN Number in HEX

                                                      Clears in 2 secs.

                                                      Spd Dial Mem Clear

Press 0                           Press STO           Def Data Reset

Press 0                           Press STO

                                  NAM 1 Mode

                                                      Own #111 111-1111

XXX XXX XXXX                      Press STO  Vol Up   Security

123456                            Press STO  Vol Up   OPTION

1100                              Press STO  Vol Up   SCM

1010                              Press STO  Vol Up   GIM

10                                Press STO  Vol Up   Unlock #

1234                              Press STO  Vol Up   ACCOLC #

07                                Press STO  Vol Up   IPCH NO.

0334                              Press STO  Vol Up

_ _ _ _ _                         Press STO  Vol Up   System ID:

At this time you may exit the programming mode by pressing CLR to bypass
the other NAM modules.




                       Programming Instructions for:

                         OKI HANDHELD MODEL # 900

ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

USED EQUIPMENT: TO DISPLAY CURRENT UNLOCK CODE -
THIS FUNCTION IS PROVIDED FOR IN THE PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE


Pwr up unit
Press RCL and MENU simultaneously
Enter 10 digit Sec Code as follows:  *12345678#
What follows can be done only once!

The display "Enter NEW PW-Sto"
Enter 0123456789 then press STORE.
The display "Re-Enter New PW-Sto"
Enter 0123456789 then press STORE to enter Programming Mode.
IF You don't wish to keep the new password then Pwr unit down.


                                                      Software Version and
                                                      ESN Number in HEX

                                                      Clears in 2 secs.

                                                      Spd Dial Mem Clear

Press *                           Press STO           SPD DIAL MEM CLEAR

Press *                           Press STO           DEFAULT DATA CLEAR

                                  NAM 1 Mode

                                                      Own #111 111-1111

XXX XXX XXXX                      Press STO  Vol Up   MIN

123456                            Press STO  Vol Up   SECURITY

_ _ _ _ _                         Press STO  Vol Up   SYSTEM ID:

0334                              Press STO  Vol Up   IPCH

07                                Press STO  Vol Up   ACCOLC #

15                                Press STO  Vol Up   GROUP I.D.

1234                              Press STO  Vol Up   UNLOCK CODE

1010                              Press STO  Vol Up   STATION CLASS

1110                              Press STO  Vol Up   OPTION



At this time you may exit the programming mode by pressing CLR to bypass
the other NAM modules.




                       Programming Instructions for:

                             PANASONIC EB3500



    Charged Battery and Nam Adaptor are needed.

ACTION                        TO STORE            DISPLAY

USED EQUIPMENT: TO DISPLAY CURRENT UNLOCK CODE -
THIS FUNCTION IS PROVIDED FOR IN THE PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE




*0000# to enter program mode


*1                           Press SND            NAM 1 MODE

_ _ _ _ _                    Press STO 01         SIDH

XXXXXXXXXX                   Press STO 02         OWNDL

0                            Press STO 03         PRESYS

334                          Press STO 04         IPCH

07                           Press STO 05         ACCOLC

10                           Press STO 06         GIM

00                           Press STO 07         DLMT

10                           Press STO 08         SCM

911                          Press STO 09         SPDL

1234                         Press STO 10         LOCK

1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0              Press STO 11         FCN 1

0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0              Press STO 12         FCN 2

1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1              Press STO 13         FCN 3

STO **
END   to program phone




                     Programming Instructions for:

                         COLT TRANSPORTABLE


ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

USED EQUIPMENT: TO DISPLAY CURRENT UNLOCK CODE -
UNLOCK CODES WILL BE CHANGED ONLY IN PROGRAMMING MODE
FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS THAT FOLLOW

Phone must be locked, to accomplish:   press FUNC 5
Enter:  FUNC #626# FUNC
The software revision date will be shown.
Press SEND
This will advance phone through memory locations.
E.S.N. will be displayed, press SEND again.

XXX                               Press SEND          AREA CODE

XXX XXXX                          Press SEND          PHONE NUMBER

_ _ _ _ _                         Press SEND          SYSTEM ID

07                                Press SEND          ACCOLC

10                                Press SEND          GIM

1                                 Press SEND          LOCAL USE MARK

1                                 Press SEND          MIN MARK (MOBILE ID)

123                               Press SEND          LOCK CODE

0                                 Press SEND          AUTOMATIC LOCK

123                               Press SEND          CALL RESTRICTION

12                                Press SEND          CALL COUNTER RESET

1                                 Press SEND          ENABLE HANDSFREE

0                                 Press SEND          DISABLE HORN ALERT

0                                 Press SEND          HA TURN OFF TIME

12                                Press SEND          TOTAL AIRTIME RESET

TO REVIEW PROGRAMMING AT THIS TIME PRESS SEND.

TO EXIT PROGRAMMING AND STORE DATA AT ANY TIME PRESS
END FUNC END   -    WAKE UP WILL SOUND, PHONE WILL BE LOCKED
ENTER UNLOCK CODE- 123

SYSTEM PREFERENCE MUST BE KEYPAD SELECTED!  PRESS  FUNC 7 FOR "A" NON W/L

                                  OR        PRESS  FUNC 8 FOR "B" W/L SYS.




                        Programming Instructions for:

                     DIAMONDTEL MESA 55 TRANSPORTABLE


ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

PWR up unit
Press "CL" and hold within 10 seconds of pwr up
Enter "1951426"
Current Mobile I.D. will display

XXXXXXXXXX                        Press SEND                      MIN

123                               Press SEND          1           SECURITY

_ _ _ _ _                         Press SEND          2           SID

1                                 Press SEND          3           LU

1                                 Press SEND          4           MIN MARK

334                               Press SEND          5           IPCH

07                                Press SEND          6           ACCOLC

0                                 Press SEND          7           PREF SYS

10                                Press SEND          8           GIM

1                                 Press SEND          9           EE

1                                 Press SEND          10     ENBL HANDSFREE

0                                 Press SEND          11          RI

04                                Press SEND          12          AUX 1

07                                Press SEND          13          AUX 2

Phone automatically returns to show the 10 digits MIN number at this time
and to indicate that the NAM has been programmed.  The END key should be
pressed to burn the NAM.




                        Programming Instructions for:

                       DIAMONDTEL MESA95 TRANSPORTABLE

ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

PWR up unit
Press and hold Clr within 10 Seconds of pwr up
Enter "1951426"
Release Clr


0                                 Press SEND          duaAL no

XXXXXXXXXX                        Press SEND          no1

_ _ _ _ _                         Press SEND          SId1

1                                 Press SEND          LU1

1                                 Press SEND          E1

334                               Press SEND          IPCH1

07                                Press SEND          ACCOLC1

0                                 Press SEND          PS1

10                                Press SEND          GI1

5                                 Press SEND          t InC1

1234                              Press SEND          SECUrIty

1                                 Press SEND          EE

0                                 Press SEND          dt

0                                 Press SEND          HF

0                                 Press SEND          InHIbIt

1                                 Press SEND          Ctone

0                                 Press SEND          dIS CU

0                                 Press SEND          dIS IGn
                                                      SEnSE

0                                 Press SEND          DUAL HS


TO EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE PRESS "END" AT ANY TIME

TO RESET NAM FROM THE LIMIT OF 3 PROGRAM ATTEMPTS
FOLLOW THE BLOCK OF INSTRUCTIONS AT TOP USING "8291112" W/CLR

TO RESET NAM OF MESA 90 HANDHELD USE THE CODE "6972814"




                      Programming Instructions for:

                           FUJITSU MOBILE PHONE

ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

PWR up unit
Unit must be locked to program.
To lock press F+LOCK
PWR down unit.
PWR up unit.
Within 10 seconds press    #626#7764726 (#NAM#PROGRAM)
A continuous tone will be heard for 7 seconds.
PRESS AND HOLD THE   *   KEY WHILE THE TONE SOUNDS,
                 DO NOT LET GO!
The tone will change to an intermittent tone, then it will stop.
Release the  *  key.

CONGRATULATIONS!!! YOU ARE NOW IN PROGRAMMING MODE!

_ _ _ _ _                         PRESS STOR          1           SIDH

1                                 PRESS STOR          2           LOCAL

1                                 PRESS STOR          3           MIN MARK

XXXXXXXXXX                        PRESS STOR          4           MIN

10                                PRESS STOR          5           STATION

0334                              PRESS STOR          6           IPCH

07                                PRESS STOR          7           ACCOLC

0                                 PRESS STOR          8           PS

10                                PRESS STOR          9           GIM

1234                              PRESS STOR          10          LOCK

1                                 PRESS STOR          11          CALL TIME

2                                 PRESS STOR          12          AUTO LOCK

1                                 PRESS STOR          13          CALL REST

PRESS STOR TO REVIEW ENTRIES.
WHEN AT MODE #1 PRESS SEND TO BURN NAM AND RETURN TO NORMAL OPERATION.

IF PROGRAMMING WAS DONE INCORRECTLY A SHORT HIGH TONE WILL BE HEARD, YOU
MUST THEN REPEAT DATA ENTRY. YOU MUST PRESS STOR AFTER EACH ENTRY FOR THE
CHECKSUM FUNCTION TO BE FULFILLED.




                       Programming Instructions for:

                      GENERAL ELECTRIC CARFONE XR3000

ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

USED EQUIPMENT: TO DISPLAY CURRENT UNLOCK CODE -
THE UNLOCK CODE IS PROGRAMMED IN STEP 2 OF THE PROGRAMMING
MODE



PWR up unit
Press "CL" and hold within 10 seconds of pwr up
Enter "923885"
Serial # will display
Press Send key to advance to first entry

XXXXXXXXXX                        Press SEND          MIN

123                               Press SEND          UNLOCK

_ _ _ _ _                         Press SEND          SID

1                                 Press SEND          LU

1                                 Press SEND          MIN MARK

334                               Press SEND          IPCH

07                                Press SEND          ACCOLC

0                                 Press SEND          PS

10                                Press SEND          GIM

0                                 Press SEND          AUX

1                                 Press SEND          HANDS


PRESS SEND TO REVIEW ENTRIES.  NOTE: AREA CODE (402) WILL DISPLAY FOR MIN
THEN AUTO SWITCH TO REST OF NUMBER ON DISPLAY - BE PATIENT

PRESS "E" KEY TO COMPLETE PROGRAMMING OF THE XR 3000 AT THIS TIME




                       Programming Instructions for:

                        GOLDSTAR SERIES 5000 MOBILE

ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

PWR up Unit
Press FCN 4 to see the selected NAM. Press * to advance. Select NAM1.
Press FCN, 9, 9, *    "Enter Code" will be displayed.
Enter   1234567890

XXXXXXXXXX                        PRESS MEM           Enter MIN

_ _ _ _ _                         PRESS MEM           Enter System ID

0334                              PRESS MEM           Enter IPCH

07  (ACCOLC)                      PRESS MEM           Enter OVLD Class

1234                              PRESS MEM           LOCK CODE

123456                            PRESS MEM           SECURITY CODE

1234                              PRESS MEM           ALARM DISARM CODE

0                                 PRESS MEM           PREFFERED SYSTEM

0                                 PRESS MEM           STATION CLASS MARK

1                                 PRESS MEM           HANDS FREE MARK (ON)

1                                 PRESS MEM           LOCAL USE MARK (ON)

1                                 PRESS MEM           MIN MARK (ON)

0                                 PRESS MEM           HORN ALERT (OFF)

0                                 PRESS MEM           OPT. SPEAKER (OFF)

TO SAVE TO NAM NOW                PRESS MEM

TO REVIEW ENTRIES USE THE VOLUME UP OR DOWN KEYS




                      Programming Instructions for:

                           MITSUBISHI  555,560,600

ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

USED EQUIPMENT: TO DISPLAY CURRENT UNLOCK CODE -
TO PROGRAM THIS FUNCTION YOU MUST BE OUT OF THE PROGRAMMING MODE
ENTER FCN 6 AND THEN ENTER THE NEW 3 DIGIT UNLOCK CODE
PRESS CLR.

To program from keypad remove and discard Nam Pad
PWR up unit
Press and Hold STO key within 10 seconds of pwr up
Enter "5474432"
Release STO key

XXXXXXXXXX                        Press SEND          MIN

123                               Press SEND          SECURITY CODE

_ _ _ _ _                         Press SEND          SID

1                                 Press SEND          LU

1                                 Press SEND          MIN MARK

334                               Press SEND          IPCH1

07                                Press SEND          ACCOLC1

0                                 Press SEND          PS1

10                                Press SEND          GIM

1                                 Press SEND          EE

1                                 Press SEND          HANDS FREE

0                                 Press SEND          ROAM INHIBIT

0                                 Press SEND          A/B SELECT

00                                Press SEND          f3-f0 DUAL HEAD

00                                Press SEND          f7-f4 LD INH

TO EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE PRESS "END" AT ANY TIME

Installing the LOCK CODE

To program the customer's lock code, the phone must be out ot the
programming mode.
To program, enter FCN, 6,3-digit security code, the a 3-digit lock code.
Press CLR.




                     Programming Instructions for:
                        NEC M3700 SERIES MOBILE

ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

USED EQUIPMENT: TO DISPLAY CURRENT UNLOCK CODE -
UNLOCK CODES WILL BE CHANGED ONLY IN PROGRAMMING MODE
FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS THAT FOLLOW

A NAM PROGRAMMER ADAPTOR (NECAM #41-2012) IS
REQUIRED

PWR UP

TO ENTER TEST MODE:

RCL, #,0,1.                                           WILL CYCLE TO SHADED

TO CLEAR MEMORY:

RCL # 3 9
select nam
RCL # 7 6 0 #   nam 1
RCL # 7 6 1 #   nam 2

TO ENTER PROGRAMMING MODE:

RCL #71


XXX XXX XXXX                      PRESS #             Telephone No. (MIN)

1234                              PRESS #             Lock Code

_ _ _ _ _                         PRESS #             Home Area (SYS I.D.)

10                                PRESS #             G-NO  (Group I.D.)

0334                              PRESS #             First Paging Channel

0      for wireline               PRESS #             System Select

07                                PRESS #             ACCOLC

1                                 PRESS #             ACCESS

1                                 PRESS #             Local Use


To exit PROGRAMMING MODE          PRESS CLR and hold  TEST MODE will show

to exit TEST MODE                 RCL #02

IF MEM WAS CLEARED VIA RCL #39, PHONE WILL AUTOMATICALLY ENTER FULL-LOCK
AFTER EXITING THE TEST MODE.
TO UNLOCK PRESS FCN # 1234.




                      Programming Instructions for:

                                 NOKIA LX-11

ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

USED EQUIPMENT: TO DISPLAY CURRENT UNLOCK CODE -
PRESS SEL,5  THEN ENTER 5 DIGIT SECURITY CODE
PRESS SEL TO RECEIVE DISPLAY OF CURRENT UNLOCK CODE
PRESS 5 NOW TO CLEAR ALL CALL TIMERS
ENTER THE NEW UNLOCK CODE
PRESS SEL TO ACCEPT

PWR up unit
Enter *3001#12345 Then - SEL 9 END
IdEnt IF InFO should appear on display

Pressing END will move you through the parameters
Pressing SND will toggle between choices available

_ _ _ _ _                         Press END           HO-Id  (SID)

1                                 Press END           ACCESS

1                                 Press END           LOCL OPt

XXXXXXXXXX                        Press END           Phonxx

08                                Press END           St CLASS

334                               Press END           PAging Ch

07                                Press END           O-LOAd CLASS

B                                 Press END           PrEF SyS

10                                Press END           grOUP Id

12345                             Press END           SECUrIty

-------- (Can't be changed)       Press END           1 dAtE

00/00/90  (INSTALLATION DATE)     Press END           2 dAtE


TO EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE AT ANY TIME PRESS "END" TO STORE LAST PARAMETER
THEN POWER DOWN
WHEN THE "END" KEY IS PRESSED FOLLOWING THE LAST PARAMETER, THE TEXT
Prog donE  WILL APPEAR ON DISPLAY




                      Programming Instructions for:

                                NOKIA M-10

ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

USED EQUIPMENT: TO DISPLAY CURRENT UNLOCK CODE -
THIS FUNCTION IS PROVIDED BY THE SECURITY CODE PROGRAMMED AT THE
TIME OF PROGRAMMING



PWR up unit
Enter  *17*3001*1234*
HO-Id must appear on display
Press SEL to view current value
Display will be one step behind TO STORE instructions


_ _ _ _ _                         Press SEL           ACCESS  (SID)

1                                 Press SEL           LOCAL

1                                 Press SEL           PhonE n

XXXXXXXXXX                        Press SEL           CLASS

08                                Press SEL           PAGE ch

334                               Press SEL           O-LOAd

07                                Press SEL           GrouP

10                                Press SEL           SEC

1234                              Press SEL          AUTO EXIT PROGRAM MODE

TO EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE AT ANY TIME PRESS "END"

WHEN THE SEL KEY IS PRESSED FOLLOWING THE LAST PARAMETER VALUE, THE PHONE
WILL AUTOMATICALLY EXIT THE NAM PROGRAMMING MODE AND RETURN TO NORMAL
OPERATION




                        Programming Instructions for:

                        NOVATEL 8305 TRANSPORTABLE

CA08 SOFTWARE VERSION

USED EQUIPMENT: TO DISPLAY CURRENT UNLOCK CODE -
IF EQUIPMENT IS PROVIDED WITH A MENU KEY THEN ENTER THE MENU PORTION OF
THE PHONE AND DISPLAY AND IF NECESSARY REPROGRAM THE UNLOCK CODE FROM
THERE.
IF PHONE DOES NOT HAVE A MENU KEY THEN THERE CAN BE NO PROGRAMMING OF THE
UNLOCK CODE... THE SECURITY CODE WILL BE ALL THAT IS PROVIDED

Lock Phone  by pressing FCN 1
Enter Programming Mode by pressing #259

Screen will display the software revision number
Press Volume Up

Screen will display Phone's E.S.N.
Press Volume Up

Screen will display INIT REP USE SND
Press SEND to erase any numbers stored in the phones memory
Press Volume Up

_ _ _ _ _                         Send Vol. Up        SIDH      system I.D.

XXX XXX XXXX                      Send Vol. Up        MIN       mobile I.D.

Must be changed when done         Send Vol. Up        LOCK CODE 1
programming - BY CUSTOMER
Must be changed when done         Send Vol. Up        LOCK CODE 2
programming - BY CUSTOMER
SET                               Vol. Up             Option EX extnd adrss
334 press send to change          Vol. Up             IPCH      initial pge
07                                Send Vol. Up        ACCOLC    overload
10                                Send Vol. Up        GIM       group i.d.
333                               Vol. Up             IDCCA     initl a
334                               Vol. Up             IDCCB     initl b
1                                 Vol. Up             REG TBL SIZE
Volume up through the four invalid System I.D. addresses
SET                               Vol. Up             OPTION LU local use
B   press send to change          Vol. Up             OPTION PS (prefered sys)
CLR                               Vol. Up             OPTION IRI  rm inhbt
CLR                               Vol. Up             OPTION SSD
SET                               Vol. Up             OPTION QRC  qck rcall
SET                               Vol. Up             OPTION QST  qck store
SET                               Vol. Up             OPTION WUT  wake tone
SET                               Vol. Up             OPTION EE   use dtmf
SET                               Vol. Up             OPTION FD   use dtmf
SET                               Vol. Up             OPTION MFD  ext dtmf
SET                               Vol. Up             OPTION 32D  dgt dial
CLR                               Vol. Up             OPTION MLH  timer
CLR                               Vol. Up             OPTION LHM  timer
CLR                               Vol. Up             OPTION CRU  timer dsp
CLR                               Vol. Up             OPTION NLM  timer
SET for on CLR for off            Vol. Up             OPTION HA   hrn alert
CLR                               Vol. Up             OPTION ONL  diagnostc
END to exit or VOLUME UP to review entries.




                     Programming Instructions for:

                             OKI  CDL400

ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

To Enter Programming mode:

Press IN SEQUENCE:
END  RCL  FUNC  CLR  SND

Screen shows Entr id

Enter 08693427

XXX XXX XXXX     PRESS #          PRESS *             PHon

_ _ _ _ _        PRESS #          PRESS *             S id no

0334             PRESS #          PRESS *             iPCH

07               PRESS #          PRESS *             ACC oLC

123              PRESS #          PRESS *             LoC Cod

10               PRESS #          PRESS *             G id

0000             PRESS #          PRESS *             Stn CLS

0111             PRESS #          PRESS *             HORN ALERT, HANDS
                                                      FREE, LOCAL USE,
                                                      MIN. MARK.

PRESS END AT THIS TIME TO EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE.

__________________________________________________________________________

TO REPROGRAM TELEPHON NUMBER AND SYSTEM I.D. # -

PRESS IN SEQUENCE THE FOLLOWING KEYSTROKES:

FUNC  90 *  123 (SECURITY CODE)

PHon WILL DISPLAY

ENTER NEW PHONE NUMBER

XXX XXX XXXX     PRESS #          PRESS *             PHon

_ _ _ _ _        PRESS #          PRESS *             S id no

PRESS END AT THIS TIME TO EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE.

___________________________________________________________________________

To Re-Initialize Nam Memory for Handset Programmable Models -
Func 99*
Enter Last 8 digits of S.N.
Press *




                   Programming Instructions for:

                         PANASONIC  EB362



Charged Battery and Nam Adaptor(Grey Cord w/25pin Connector)are needed.

ACTION                        TO STORE            DISPLAY

USED EQUIPMENT: TO DISPLAY CURRENT UNLOCK CODE -
THIS FUNCTION IS PROVIDED FOR IN THE PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE




*0000# to enter program mode

*1                            Press SND

50                            Press SND           NAM 1 MODE

_ _ _ _ _                     Press STO 01        SIDH

XXXXXXXXXX                    Press STO 02        OWNDL

1 2 3                         Press STO 03        LOCK

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 (12)  Press STO 04        SPDL

00                            Press STO 05        SCM

334                           Press STO 06        IPCH

07                            Press STO 07        ACCOLC

10                            Press STO 08        GIM

1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0               Press STO 09        FEATURE A

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0               Press STO 10        FEATURE B

1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1               Press STO 11        FEATURE C

00                            Press STO 12        DLMT

STO **
Turn power off




                      Programming Instructions for:

                        PANASONIC EB-500 OR TP-500

ACTION                            TO STORE            DISPLAY

USED EQUIPMENT: TO DISPLAY CURRENT UNLOCK CODE -
THIS FUNCTION IS PROVIDED FOR IN THE PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE

Attach Nam Programmer Cable (Our Stock # 823)

Pwr up unit

Enter *0000#                                          0

*1  SND
You are now in the NAM 1 Program mode.

_ _ _ _ _                         Press STO 01        S.I.D.

XXXXXXXXXX                        Press STO 02        OWN #

0                                 Press STO 03        O for W/L system

334                               Press STO 04        IPCH

07                                Press STO 05        ACCOLC

10                                Press STO 06        GIM

00                                Press STO 07        Digit Dial Limit

08                                Press STO 08        SCM (3watt i.d.)

911                               Press STO 09        Rcl 00

1234                              Press STO 10        Security Code

11000000                          Press STO 11        FUNCTION BYTE 1

00010010                          Press STO 12        FUNCTION BYTE 2

10010111                          Press STO 13        FUNCTION BYTE 3

TO BURN NAM AT THIS TIME          Press STO **        NAM is burned

Turn off unit
Detach programming cable




                       Programming Instructions for:

                     RADIO SHACK 17-1002 TRANSPORTABLE

THIS UNIT REQUIRES A SERVICE HANDSET TO BE PROGRAMMED!!!

A Mobira Service Handset (Modified) may be used.  It is made from an ME53
or ME57 handset by opening and adding a jumper to the left of the one
factory installed just below the white 24 pin connector joining the top and
bottom PCB's. Also, pins 1 and 14 of the handset connector must be jumpered
at the radio end.  To disassemble the handset, carefully pry off the
plastic earpad retaining housing to expose on hexdrive screw.  Two other
screws are under the rubber plugs at either side of the microphone.  The
handset then splits apart.  This is a ticklish job and isn't recommended
except in an extreme case and not with the customer's handset.  The 
modification does not affect normal operation of the handset.  It is not 
known if a Radio handset will work the same.

After the Service Handset has been applied:

        To enter LOCAL MODE (which takes the phone off the air and allows
service commands to be obeyed) press 01#.  The display should clear and noise
is heard from the earpiece.

        To enter the NAM programming mode, enter 48#.  The display shows 48
briefly and clears.

ACTION              KEYBOARD ENTRY            DISPLAY

0                         *                 (5-digit SID)
1                         *
1                         *
XXXXXXXXXX                *
10                        *
334                       *
07                        *
0                         *
10                        *
12345                     *

        Press * to exit NAM programming mode and return to Local Mode.
To enter the NAM reading mode, press 49#.  The display will show  49.


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PART VII.         THE ELECTRONIC SERIAL NUMBER - AN INTRODUCTION

        When a cellular phone is removed from factory packaging, the ESN
normally can be found in the document package (or on a sticker stuck to the
phone).  This ESN is usually correct and system registration procedes
quickly.  If the phone is used or has been turned off for non-payment of
bills, the person who restores the service needs the ESN in order to program
the system with an MIN.  Every manufacturer assigns their own ESN, 
consequently it is possible to have a number of the same ESN's, although
each may be produced by a seperate manufacturer.  For example, there may be
a Motorola ESN of 123456, an Audiovox ESN of 123456, etc.  With this in mind
it is a possibility that a person could broadcast without changing the ESN,
but rather changing the SCM and the SIDH.

        The ESN is a 32-bit number which uniquely identifies each unit.  This
ESN is factory programmed and installed and cannot be changed in the field
without removing it and reprogramming a new chip.  The ESN may or may not be
related to the serial number stamped on the outside of the transceiver 
chassis.  The ESN is encoded into messages which are interchanged with the
cellular tower.  The ESN must be provided when the phone is registered for
service.  The ESN is an 11-digit number.  THE FIRST THREE NUMBERS ARE THE
MANUFACTURERS DECIMAL CODE, THE NEXT TWO ARE RESERVED (BUT MAY CONTAIN ZEROS
OR NUMBERS) AND THE REMAINING SIX ARE THE DECIMAL SERIAL NUMBER.

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PART VIII.         IDENTIFYING THE ESN IN YOUR CELLULAR PHONE

        Depending on what model phone you have, the ESN will be located on a
PROM.   The PROM is programmed at the factory, and installed usually with the
security fuse blown to prevent tampering.  The code on the PROM might 
possibly be obtained by unsoldering it from the cellular phone, putting it in
a PROM reader, and then obtaining a memory map of the chip.

        The PROM is going to have from sixteen to twenty-eight leads coming
from it.  It is a bipolar PROM.  SEE ESN.GIF FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.
The majority of phones will accept the National Semiconductor 32x8 PROM,
which will hold the ESN and cannot be reprogrammed.  If the ESN is known
on the phone,  it is possible to trace the memory map by installing the PROM
into a reader, and obtaining the fuse map from the PROM by triggering the
"READ MASTER" switch of the PROM programmer.  In addition, most PROM 
programming systems include a verify and compare switch to allow you to 
compare the programming of one PROM with another.

        As said earlier, the ESN is uniformly black with sixteen to 
twenty-eight leads emanating from it's rectangular body, or square shaped
body.  If it is the dual-in-line package chip, (usually found in 
transportables and installed phones),it is rectangular.  If it is the plastic
leaded chip carrier (PLCC), it will be square and have a much smaller
appearance.  Functionally, they are the same chip, but the PLCC is used with
hand held cellular phones because of the need for reduced size circuitry. 
It will have a notch within, and also have writing in small white letters
on it. (A black chip with small white letters? Should be easy to spot huh?).
Look for the follow letters on the chip:

                                MMI
                                TI
                                NS
                                HARRIS
                                NSC
                                MB
                                DM
                                HM
                                AMD
                                TBP
                                MOTOROLA
                                AMPS


Once you have found the chip, try ordering a new one (maybe a couple of new
ones) from the businesses in the MERCHANDISE SECTION located at the end of
this file.

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PART IX.              SCANNING TO FIND THE ESN/MIN PAIR

        Well if you haven't guessed by now, the mobiles ESN and MIN must
match in the switch or no go.  This is required for billing purposes.  If one
had the ESN and the mobile phone number (MIN), he could call anytime and
anyplace without fear of a trace - let alone a bill.  The ideal setup would
let you listen with a scanner to the reverse control channel, record and
display heard working numbers and ESN's, and recall them as one needs to make
calls.

        This would be it, but we are not quite there yet.  But some of the
hard work has already been done for us.  All the aforementioned codes are 
sent in hex, in NRZ code (phase-key shifting), when a cellular subscriber
places a call.  But guess what?  All phones have an NRZ receiver and
transmitter built right into them.  All that has to be done is to have a
receiver on the reverse control channel, recover the other subscibers data
and save it or print it out.

        Cellular phones operate on a full duplex channel.  One frequency is
used for transmission from the base to the phone, while another is used for
transmission from the phone to the base.  The base frequencies are always
exactly 45 MHZ higher than the phone frequency, and both of these are
incremented by 30 KHZ as the progression of channels increases from  Channel
#1 to Chanel #1023 (NOTE: There are no channels between 800 and 990).

        With some systems (not all) the cellular transmission is received by
the base and retransmitted on the base frequency.  When this is done, a 
scanner can listen to both sides of the conversation by simply monitoring the
base frequency.  When this is not the case, two scanners set 45 MHZ apart
will work.

        Here is a list of all Cellular Frequencies:

Non-Wireline                              Wireline        


Channel    Tx Freq    Rx Freq             Channel   Tx Freq    Rx Freq    
Number       Mhz        Mhz               Number      Mhz        Mhz        

      1     870.03     825.03               334     880.02     835.02  
      2     870.06     825.06               335     880.05     835.05  
      3     870.09     825.09               336     880.08     835.08  
      4     870.12     825.12               337     880.11     835.11  
      5     870.15     825.15               338     880.14     835.14  
      6     870.18     825.18               339     880.17     835.17  
      7     870.21     825.21               340     880.20     835.20  
      8     870.24     825.24               341     880.23     835.23  
      9     870.27     825.27               342     880.26     835.26  
     10     870.30     825.30               343     880.29     835.29  
     11     870.33     825.33               344     880.32     835.32  
     12     870.36     825.36               345     880.35     835.35  
     13     870.39     825.39               346     880.38     835.38  
     14     870.42     825.42               347     880.41     835.41  
     15     870.45     825.45               348     880.44     835.44  
     16     870.48     825.48               349     880.47     835.47  
     17     870.51     825.51               350     880.50     835.50  
     18     870.54     825.54               351     880.53     835.53  
     19     870.57     825.57               352     880.56     835.56  
     20     870.60     825.60               353     880.59     835.59  
     21     870.63     825.63               354     880.62     835.62  
     22     870.66     825.66               355     880.65     835.65  
     23     870.69     825.69               356     880.68     835.68  
     24     870.72     825.72               357     880.71     835.71  
     25     870.75     825.75               358     880.74     835.74  
     26     870.78     825.78               359     880.77     835.77  
     27     870.81     825.81               360     880.80     835.80  
     28     870.84     825.84               361     880.83     835.83  
     29     870.87     825.87               362     880.86     835.86  
     30     870.90     825.90               363     880.89     835.89  
     31     870.93     825.93               364     880.92     835.92  
     32     870.96     825.96               365     880.95     835.95  
     33     870.99     825.99               366     880.98     835.98  
     34     871.02     826.02               367     881.01     836.01  
     35     871.05     826.05               368     881.04     836.04  
     36     871.08     826.08               369     881.07     836.07  
     37     871.11     826.11               370     881.10     836.10  
     38     871.14     826.14               371     881.13     836.13  
     39     871.17     826.17               372     881.16     836.16  
     40     871.20     826.20               373     881.19     836.19  
     41     871.23     826.23               374     881.22     836.22  
     42     871.26     826.26               375     881.25     836.25  
     43     871.29     826.29               376     881.28     836.28  
     44     871.32     826.32               377     881.31     836.31  
     45     871.35     826.35               378     881.34     836.34  
     46     871.38     826.38               379     881.37     836.37  
     47     871.41     826.41               380     881.40     836.40  
     48     871.44     826.44               381     881.43     836.43  
     49     871.47     826.47               382     881.46     836.46  
     50     871.50     826.50               383     881.49     836.49  
     51     871.53     826.53               384     881.52     836.52  
     52     871.56     826.56               385     881.55     836.55  
     53     871.59     826.59               386     881.58     836.58  
     54     871.62     826.62               387     881.61     836.61  
     55     871.65     826.65               388     881.64     836.64  
     56     871.68     826.68               389     881.67     836.67  
     57     871.71     826.71               390     881.70     836.70  
     58     871.74     826.74               391     881.73     836.73  
     59     871.77     826.77               392     881.76     836.76  
     60     871.80     826.80               393     881.79     836.79  
     61     871.83     826.83               394     881.82     836.82  
     62     871.86     826.86               395     881.85     836.85  
     63     871.89     826.89               396     881.88     836.88  
     64     871.92     826.92               397     881.91     836.91  
     65     871.95     826.95               398     881.94     836.94  
     66     871.98     826.98               399     881.97     836.97  
     67     872.01     827.01               400     882.00     837.00  
     68     872.04     827.04               401     882.03     837.03  
     69     872.07     827.07               402     882.06     837.06  
     70     872.10     827.10               403     882.09     837.09  
     71     872.13     827.13               404     882.12     837.12  
     72     872.16     827.16               405     882.15     837.15  
     73     872.19     827.19               406     882.18     837.18  
     74     872.22     827.22               407     882.21     837.21  
     75     872.25     827.25               408     882.24     837.24  
     76     872.28     827.28               409     882.27     837.27  
     77     872.31     827.31               410     882.30     837.30  
     78     872.34     827.34               411     882.33     837.33  
     79     872.37     827.37               412     882.36     837.36  
     80     872.40     827.40               413     882.39     837.39  
     81     872.43     827.43               414     882.42     837.42  
     82     872.46     827.46               415     882.45     837.45  
     83     872.49     827.49               416     882.48     837.48  
     84     872.52     827.52               417     882.51     837.51  
     85     872.55     827.55               418     882.54     837.54  
     86     872.58     827.58               419     882.57     837.57  
     87     872.61     827.61               420     882.60     837.60  
     88     872.64     827.64               421     882.63     837.63  
     89     872.67     827.67               422     882.66     837.66  
     90     872.70     827.70               423     882.69     837.69  
     91     872.73     827.73               424     882.72     837.72  
     92     872.76     827.76               425     882.75     837.75  
     93     872.79     827.79               426     882.78     837.78  
     94     872.82     827.82               427     882.81     837.81  
     95     872.85     827.85               428     882.84     837.84  
     96     872.88     827.88               429     882.87     837.87  
     97     872.91     827.91               430     882.90     837.90  
     98     872.94     827.94               431     882.93     837.93  
     99     872.97     827.97               432     882.96     837.96  
    100     873.00     828.00               433     882.99     837.99  
    101     873.03     828.03               434     883.02     838.02  
    102     873.06     828.06               435     883.05     838.05  
    103     873.09     828.09               436     883.08     838.08  
    104     873.12     828.12               437     883.11     838.11  
    105     873.15     828.15               438     883.14     838.14  
    106     873.18     828.18               439     883.17     838.17  
    107     873.21     828.21               440     883.20     838.20  
    108     873.24     828.24               441     883.23     838.23  
    109     873.27     828.27               442     883.26     838.26  
    110     873.30     828.30               443     883.29     838.29  
    111     873.33     828.33               444     883.32     838.32  
    112     873.36     828.36               445     883.35     838.35  
    113     873.39     828.39               446     883.38     838.38  
    114     873.42     828.42               447     883.41     838.41  
    115     873.45     828.45               448     883.44     838.44  
    116     873.48     828.48               449     883.47     838.47  
    117     873.51     828.51               450     883.50     838.50  
    118     873.54     828.54               451     883.53     838.53  
    119     873.57     828.57               452     883.56     838.56  
    120     873.60     828.60               453     883.59     838.59  
    121     873.63     828.63               454     883.62     838.62  
    122     873.66     828.66               455     883.65     838.65  
    123     873.69     828.69               456     883.68     838.68  
    124     873.72     828.72               457     883.71     838.71  
    125     873.75     828.75               458     883.74     838.74  
    126     873.78     828.78               459     883.77     838.77  
    127     873.81     828.81               460     883.80     838.80  
    128     873.84     828.84               461     883.83     838.83  
    129     873.87     828.87               462     883.86     838.86  
    130     873.90     828.90               463     883.89     838.89  
    131     873.93     828.93               464     883.92     838.92  
    132     873.96     828.96               465     883.95     838.95  
    133     873.99     828.99               466     883.98     838.98  
    134     874.02     829.02               467     884.01     839.01  
    135     874.05     829.05               468     884.04     839.04  
    136     874.08     829.08               469     884.07     839.07  
    137     874.11     829.11               470     884.10     839.10  
    138     874.14     829.14               471     884.13     839.13  
    139     874.17     829.17               472     884.16     839.16  
    140     874.20     829.20               473     884.19     839.19  
    141     874.23     829.23               474     884.22     839.22  
    142     874.26     829.26               475     884.25     839.25  
    143     874.29     829.29               476     884.28     839.28  
    144     874.32     829.32               477     884.31     839.31  
    145     874.35     829.35               478     884.34     839.34  
    146     874.38     829.38               479     884.37     839.37  
    147     874.41     829.41               480     884.40     839.40  
    148     874.44     829.44               481     884.43     839.43  
    149     874.47     829.47               482     884.46     839.46  
    150     874.50     829.50               483     884.49     839.49  
    151     874.53     829.53               484     884.52     839.52  
    152     874.56     829.56               485     884.55     839.55  
    153     874.59     829.59               486     884.58     839.58  
    154     874.62     829.62               487     884.61     839.61  
    155     874.65     829.65               488     884.64     839.64  
    156     874.68     829.68               489     884.67     839.67  
    157     874.71     829.71               490     884.70     839.70  
    158     874.74     829.74               491     884.73     839.73  
    159     874.77     829.77               492     884.76     839.76  
    160     874.80     829.80               493     884.79     839.79  
    161     874.83     829.83               494     884.82     839.82  
    162     874.86     829.86               495     884.85     839.85  
    163     874.89     829.89               496     884.88     839.88  
    164     874.92     829.92               497     884.91     839.91  
    165     874.95     829.95               498     884.94     839.94  
    166     874.98     829.98               499     884.97     839.97  
    167     875.01     830.01               500     885.00     840.00  
    168     875.04     830.04               501     885.03     840.03  
    169     875.07     830.07               502     885.06     840.06  
    170     875.10     830.10               503     885.09     840.09  
    171     875.13     830.13               504     885.12     840.12  
    172     875.16     830.16               505     885.15     840.15  
    173     875.19     830.19               506     885.18     840.18  
    174     875.22     830.22               507     885.21     840.21  
    175     875.25     830.25               508     885.24     840.24  
    176     875.28     830.28               509     885.27     840.27  
    177     875.31     830.31               510     885.30     840.30  
    178     875.34     830.34               511     885.33     840.33  
    179     875.37     830.37               512     885.36     840.36  
    180     875.40     830.40               513     885.39     840.39  
    181     875.43     830.43               514     885.42     840.42  
    182     875.46     830.46               515     885.45     840.45  
    183     875.49     830.49               516     885.48     840.48  
    184     875.52     830.52               517     885.51     840.51  
    185     875.55     830.55               518     885.54     840.54  
    186     875.58     830.58               519     885.57     840.57  
    187     875.61     830.61               520     885.60     840.60  
    188     875.64     830.64               521     885.63     840.63  
    189     875.67     830.67               522     885.66     840.66  
    190     875.70     830.70               523     885.69     840.69  
    191     875.73     830.73               524     885.72     840.72  
    192     875.76     830.76               525     885.75     840.75  
    193     875.79     830.79               526     885.78     840.78  
    194     875.82     830.82               527     885.81     840.81  
    195     875.85     830.85               528     885.84     840.84  
    196     875.88     830.88               529     885.87     840.87  
    197     875.91     830.91               530     885.90     840.90  
    198     875.94     830.94               531     885.93     840.93  
    199     875.97     830.97               532     885.96     840.96  
    200     876.00     831.00               533     885.99     840.99  
    201     876.03     831.03               534     886.02     841.02  
    202     876.06     831.06               535     886.05     841.05  
    203     876.09     831.09               536     886.08     841.08  
    204     876.12     831.12               537     886.11     841.11  
    205     876.15     831.15               538     886.14     841.14  
    206     876.18     831.18               539     886.17     841.17  
    207     876.21     831.21               540     886.20     841.20  
    208     876.24     831.24               541     886.23     841.23  
    209     876.27     831.27               542     886.26     841.26  
    210     876.30     831.30               543     886.29     841.29  
    211     876.33     831.33               544     886.32     841.32  
    212     876.36     831.36               545     886.35     841.35  
    213     876.39     831.39               546     886.38     841.38  
    214     876.42     831.42               547     886.41     841.41  
    215     876.45     831.45               548     886.44     841.44  
    216     876.48     831.48               549     886.47     841.47  
    217     876.51     831.51               550     886.50     841.50  
    218     876.54     831.54               551     886.53     841.53  
    219     876.57     831.57               552     886.56     841.56  
    220     876.60     831.60               553     886.59     841.59  
    221     876.63     831.63               554     886.62     841.62  
    222     876.66     831.66               555     886.65     841.65  
    223     876.69     831.69               556     886.68     841.68  
    224     876.72     831.72               557     886.71     841.71  
    225     876.75     831.75               558     886.74     841.74  
    226     876.78     831.78               559     886.77     841.77  
    227     876.81     831.81               560     886.80     841.80  
    228     876.84     831.84               561     886.83     841.83  
    229     876.87     831.87               562     886.86     841.86  
    230     876.90     831.90               563     886.89     841.89  
    231     876.93     831.93               564     886.92     841.92  
    232     876.96     831.96               565     886.95     841.95  
    233     876.99     831.99               566     886.98     841.98  
    234     877.02     832.02               567     887.01     842.01  
    235     877.05     832.05               568     887.04     842.04  
    236     877.08     832.08               569     887.07     842.07  
    237     877.11     832.11               570     887.10     842.10  
    238     877.14     832.14               571     887.13     842.13  
    239     877.17     832.17               572     887.16     842.16  
    240     877.20     832.20               573     887.19     842.19  
    241     877.23     832.23               574     887.22     842.22  
    242     877.26     832.26               575     887.25     842.25  
    243     877.29     832.29               576     887.28     842.28  
    244     877.32     832.32               577     887.31     842.31  
    245     877.35     832.35               578     887.34     842.34  
    246     877.38     832.38               579     887.37     842.37  
    247     877.41     832.41               580     887.40     842.40  
    248     877.44     832.44               581     887.43     842.43  
    249     877.47     832.47               582     887.46     842.46  
    250     877.50     832.50               583     887.49     842.49  
    251     877.53     832.53               584     887.52     842.52  
    252     877.56     832.56               585     887.55     842.55  
    253     877.59     832.59               586     887.58     842.58  
    254     877.62     832.62               587     887.61     842.61  
    255     877.65     832.65               588     887.64     842.64  
    256     877.68     832.68               589     887.67     842.67  
    257     877.71     832.71               590     887.70     842.70  
    258     877.74     832.74               591     887.73     842.73  
    259     877.77     832.77               592     887.76     842.76  
    260     877.80     832.80               593     887.79     842.79  
    261     877.83     832.83               594     887.82     842.82  
    262     877.86     832.86               595     887.85     842.85  
    263     877.89     832.89               596     887.88     842.88  
    264     877.92     832.92               597     887.91     842.91  
    265     877.95     832.95               598     887.94     842.94  
    266     877.98     832.98               599     887.97     842.97  
    267     878.01     833.01               600     888.00     843.00  
    268     878.04     833.04               601     888.03     843.03  
    269     878.07     833.07               602     888.06     843.06  
    270     878.10     833.10               603     888.09     843.09  
    271     878.13     833.13               604     888.12     843.12  
    272     878.16     833.16               605     888.15     843.15  
    273     878.19     833.19               606     888.18     843.18  
    274     878.22     833.22               607     888.21     843.21  
    275     878.25     833.25               608     888.24     843.24  
    276     878.28     833.28               609     888.27     843.27  
    277     878.31     833.31               610     888.30     843.30  
    278     878.34     833.34               611     888.33     843.33  
    279     878.37     833.37               612     888.36     843.36  
    280     878.40     833.40               613     888.39     843.39  
    281     878.43     833.43               614     888.42     843.42  
    282     878.46     833.46               615     888.45     843.45  
    283     878.49     833.49               616     888.48     843.48  
    284     878.52     833.52               617     888.51     843.51  
    285     878.55     833.55               618     888.54     843.54  
    286     878.58     833.58               619     888.57     843.57  
    287     878.61     833.61               620     888.60     843.60  
    288     878.64     833.64               621     888.63     843.63  
    289     878.67     833.67               622     888.66     843.66  
    290     878.70     833.70               623     888.69     843.69  
    291     878.73     833.73               624     888.72     843.72  
    292     878.76     833.76               625     888.75     843.75  
    293     878.79     833.79               626     888.78     843.78  
    294     878.82     833.82               627     888.81     843.81  
    295     878.85     833.85               628     888.84     843.84  
    296     878.88     833.88               629     888.87     843.87  
    297     878.91     833.91               630     888.90     843.90  
    298     878.94     833.94               631     888.93     843.93  
    299     878.97     833.97               632     888.96     843.96  
    300     879.00     834.00               633     888.99     843.99  
    301     879.03     834.03               634     889.02     844.02  
    302     879.06     834.06               635     889.05     844.05  
    303     879.09     834.09               636     889.08     844.08  
    304     879.12     834.12               637     889.11     844.11  
    305     879.15     834.15               638     889.14     844.14  
    306     879.18     834.18               639     889.17     844.17  
    307     879.21     834.21               640     889.20     844.20  
    308     879.24     834.24               641     889.23     844.23  
    309     879.27     834.27               642     889.26     844.26  
    310     879.30     834.30               643     889.29     844.29  
    311     879.33     834.33               644     889.32     844.32  
    312     879.36     834.36               645     889.35     844.35  
    313     879.39     834.39               646     889.38     844.38  
    314     879.42     834.42               647     889.41     844.41  
    315     879.45     834.45               648     889.44     844.44  
    316     879.48     834.48               649     889.47     844.47  
    317     879.51     834.51               650     889.50     844.50  
    318     879.54     834.54               651     889.53     844.53  
    319     879.57     834.57               652     889.56     844.56  
    320     879.60     834.60               653     889.59     844.59  
    321     879.63     834.63               654     889.62     844.62  
    322     879.66     834.66               655     889.65     844.65  
    323     879.69     834.69               656     889.68     844.68  
    324     879.72     834.72               657     889.71     844.71  
    325     879.75     834.75               658     889.74     844.74  
    326     879.78     834.78               659     889.77     844.77  
    327     879.81     834.81               660     889.80     844.80  
    328     879.84     834.84               661     889.83     844.83  
    329     879.87     834.87               662     889.86     844.86  
    330     879.90     834.90               663     889.89     844.89  
    331     879.93     834.93               664     889.92     844.92  
    332     879.96     834.96               665     889.95     844.95  
    333     879.99     834.99               666     889.98     844.98  
    667     890.01     845.01               717     891.51     846.51  
    668     890.04     845.04               718     891.54     846.54  
    669     890.07     845.07               719     891.57     846.57  
    670     890.10     845.10               720     891.60     846.60  
    671     890.13     845.13               721     891.63     846.63  
    672     890.16     845.16               722     891.66     846.66  
    673     890.19     845.19               723     891.69     846.69  
    674     890.22     845.22               724     891.72     846.72  
    675     890.25     845.25               725     891.75     846.75  
    676     890.28     845.28               726     891.78     846.78  
    677     890.31     845.31               727     891.81     846.81  
    678     890.34     845.34               728     891.84     846.84  
    679     890.37     845.37               729     891.87     846.87  
    680     890.40     845.40               730     891.90     846.90  
    681     890.43     845.43               731     891.93     846.93  
    682     890.46     845.46               732     891.96     846.96  
    683     890.49     845.49               733     891.99     846.99  
    684     890.52     845.52               734     892.02     847.02  
    685     890.55     845.55               735     892.05     847.05  
    686     890.58     845.58               736     892.08     847.08  
    687     890.61     845.61               737     892.11     847.11  
    688     890.64     845.64               738     892.14     847.14  
    689     890.67     845.67               739     892.17     847.17  
    690     890.70     845.70               740     892.20     847.20  
    691     890.73     845.73               741     892.23     847.23  
    692     890.76     845.76               742     892.26     847.26  
    693     890.79     845.79               743     892.29     847.29  
    694     890.82     845.82               744     892.32     847.32  
    695     890.85     845.85               745     892.35     847.35  
    696     890.88     845.88               746     892.38     847.38  
    697     890.91     845.91               747     892.41     847.41  
    698     890.94     845.94               748     892.44     847.44  
    699     890.97     845.97               749     892.47     847.47  
    700     891.00     846.00               750     892.50     847.50  
    701     891.03     846.03               751     892.53     847.53  
    702     891.06     846.06               752     892.56     847.56  
    703     891.09     846.09               753     892.59     847.59  
    704     891.12     846.12               754     892.62     847.62  
    705     891.15     846.15               755     892.65     847.65  
    706     891.18     846.18               756     892.68     847.68  
    707     891.21     846.21               757     892.71     847.71  
    708     891.24     846.24               758     892.74     847.74  
    709     891.27     846.27               759     892.77     847.77  
    710     891.30     846.30               760     892.80     847.80  
    711     891.33     846.33               761     892.83     847.83  
    712     891.36     846.36               762     892.86     847.86  
    713     891.39     846.39               763     892.89     847.89  
    714     891.42     846.42               764     892.92     847.92  
    715     891.45     846.45               765     892.95     847.95  
    716     891.48     846.48               766     892.98     847.98  
    991     869.04     824.04               767     893.01     848.01  
    992     869.07     824.07               768     893.04     848.04  
    993     869.10     824.10               769     893.07     848.07  
    994     869.13     824.13               770     893.10     848.10  
    995     869.16     824.16               771     893.13     848.13  
    996     869.19     824.19               772     893.16     848.16  
    997     869.22     824.22               773     893.19     848.19  
    998     869.25     824.25               774     893.22     848.22  
    999     869.28     824.28               775     893.25     848.25  
   1000     869.31     824.31               776     893.28     848.28  
   1001     869.34     824.34               777     893.31     848.31  
   1002     869.37     824.37               778     893.34     848.34  
   1003     869.40     824.40               779     893.37     848.37  
   1004     869.43     824.43               780     893.40     848.40  
   1005     869.46     824.46               781     893.43     848.43  
   1006     869.49     824.49               782     893.46     848.46  
   1007     869.52     824.52               783     893.49     848.49  
   1008     869.55     824.55               784     893.52     848.52  
   1009     869.58     824.58               785     893.55     848.55  
   1010     869.61     824.61               786     893.58     848.58  
   1011     869.64     824.64               787     893.61     848.61  
   1012     869.67     824.67               788     893.64     848.64  
   1013     869.70     824.70               789     893.67     848.67  
   1014     869.73     824.73               790     893.70     848.70  
   1015     869.76     824.76               791     893.73     848.73  
   1016     869.79     824.79               792     893.76     848.76  
   1017     869.82     824.82               793     893.79     848.79  
   1018     869.85     824.85               794     893.82     848.82  
   1019     869.88     824.88               795     893.85     848.85  
   1020     869.91     824.91               796     893.88     848.88  
   1021     869.94     824.94               797     893.91     848.91  
   1022     869.97     824.97               798     893.94     848.94  
   1023     870.00     825.00               799     893.97     848.97  
PART X.              A FEW COMMON SCANNER MODIFICATIONS

        Here a few scanners and what it takes to modify them.  If your 
scanner is not shown here, don't worry.  Ham Radio BBS's are all over the
country.  You should be able to find the instructions for modifying your
scanner there.

Restoration of Cellular Frequency Coverage on
Radio Shack PRO-34 Handheld Scanner
 
1.  Remove battery cover and battery, four black screws on rear cover, and volume and squelch knobs.
 
2.  Remove rear cover, lifting back and up to clear controls.  Do not remove belt clip or circuit board screws.
 
3.  Unplug the brown volume control connector (grn/yel/blk) and white squelch control connector (wht/blk/red) from the linear circuit board.
 
4.  Unsolder the ground lead from T111 (at corner of linear circuit board above the external power connectors).  Unsolder the two power switch leads from the back of the volume control.  Unsolder the antenna connector center pin and ground wires from the l
 
5.  Unscrew the four combination screws that hold the linear circuit board and received the back cover screws.
Grasp the linear board at the top and lift it straight away from the front case, unplugging the 16-pin connector.
 
6.  Remove the three screws holding the metal frame assembly which held the linear board to the front panel.  Unplug the red-black power lead and lay the frame aside.  It is still connected to the battery contacts.
 
7.  Locate diodes D9 - D12 on the volume control side of the of the logic circuit board under T1; D10 and D11 are marked.  Clip one lead of D11, separating the gap.  This may be resoldered later if desired.
 
8.  Reassemble the board by reversing the disassembly procedures above.

Restoration of Cellular Frequency Coverage on
Radio Shack PRO-2004 Scanner

By cutting diode D513 on the PC 3 sub chassis in the Realistic PRO-2004
Scanner you can re-enable the 825.00 to 845.00 and 870-00 to 890.00 frequency
selection.  To scan in 30KHZ steps press "STEP-RESET". 

Restoration of Cellular Frequency Coverage on
Radio Shack PRO-2005 Scanner

1. Unplug the radio
2. Remove the screws and take off the top cover.
3. Look for D502 on the inside right hand-side of the front panel.
   (No need to unsolder the silver plate protecting the vertical board!)
4. Simply cut the diode and reverse the process.

        Aren't you glad I only chose to cover Radio Shack models. I'm sure
you appreciate the fact that I only deal with quality merchandise.  If you
have some cash to blow (like $500), I would recommend buying the ICOM R-1
handheld scanner.  It scans from 1 to 1400 in 1/2 step increments and already
includes the cellular frequencies.  Plus is is about as tall as a box of 3.25
floppies and about as wide as a 16 oz. coke bottle.  It is the smallest and
one of the more powerful hand-scanners around.

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PART XI.                THE 40-50 MHZ CELLULAR SCANNER


        The cellular phone freqs. occupy the UHF spectrum previously assign
to commercial TV stations.  Since a TV channel occupies a Bandwidth(BW) of 6
MHZ and each cellular channel requires 24 KZ (for a plus and minus 12 KHZ
signal) and a 3KHZ guard band for each audio signal (thus the 30KHZ spacing).
200 cellular channels can fit into one UHF TV channel.  Thus, with a little
fine tuning, and old TV set with variable VHF tuning can tune in all
cellular freqs. between 824 and 890 MHZ.

UHF TV tuners ares designed to convert these UHF freqa. to intermediate
(difference) freqs. between 41 and 47 MHZ.  Thus, by purchasing a commonly
available UHF tuner (check sith a TV shop and try to get a copy of the
SAMS for powering the AFC info, and avoid those with tubes).  Tuner voltage
is usually 8-24 volts, and must be correctly connected up.  You should also
remove with the tuner, the TV's channel select and fine tuning controls
for ease of use - and they should be in good condition.

Once you have the tuner, you can then wire it between a 30-50 MHZ scanner and
a UHF antenna (highly directional yagi type is preferred).  Since the tuner
will probably have a 300 ohm input impedance, a twin antenna cable is 
preferred (Yes Radio Shack has 'em).  If you are into directional-finding,
the UHF antenna should NOT have AGC (automatic Gain Control) as those with
active AGC will amplify reflections, resulting in readings from so many 
directions that the target will be lost.  Because of the use of inconspicuous,
commonly available, inexpensive, high-gain UHF antennas, using a good UHF
tuner to scan cellular channels is a good method of doing it.

Tuner output is usually through an RCA-type plug. CAUTION: BE SURE TO COUPLE
YOUR SCANNER TO THE UHF TUNER WITH A 0.01-0.1 mf (50 V min.) CAPACITOR FOR
DC BLOCKING.  AND DO NOT TRY TO OPERATE THE TUNER THROUGH ITS TV SET AS THE
DANGER OF HIGH-VOLTAGE DISCHARGE IS HIGH.  Also, connect a ground wire
between the tuner and the scanner.

The table below describes how cellular freqs. can be downconverted by a
commonly available UHF TV tuner (all freqs. are in MHZ)

               CELLULAR MOBILE FREQS & SCANNER EQUIVALENTS

TV              
BAND            CELL. CHAN.             SCAN    TV OSCIL                      
CHAN.           # and FREQ.             FREQ.     FREQ.         LIMIT 
-----------    ------------             -----   --------        -----
73 (first)      0001-825.03             45.97     871           824-830
73 (last)       0166-829.98             41.02     871           824-830
74 (first)      0167-830.01             46.99     877           830-836
74 (last)       0366-835.98             41.02     877           830-836
75 (first)      0367-836.01             46.99     883           836-842
75 (last)       0566-841.98             41.02     883           836-842
76 (first)      0567-842.01             46.99     889           842-848
76 (last)       0766-847.98             41.02     889           842-848
77 (first)      0767-848.01             46.99     895           848-854
77 (last)       0799-848.97             46.03     895           848-854
               CELLULAR PHONE FREQS. HAVE NOT BEEN ASSIGNED
                       FOR CHANNELS 800-990
73 (first)      0991-824.04             46.96     871           824-830
73 (last)       1023-825.00             46.00     871           824-830
80 (first)      0001-870.03             42.97     913           866-872
80 (last)       0066-871.98             41.02     913           866-972
81 (first)      0067-872.01             46.99     919           872-878
81 (last)       0266-877.98             41.02     919           872-878
82 (first)      0267-878.01             46.99     925           878-884
82 (last)       0466-883.98             41.02     925           878-884
83 (first)      0467-884.01             46.99     931           884-890
83 (last)       0666-889.98             41.02     931           884-890
83 (**)         0667-890.01             46.99     931           884-890
83 (**)         0799-893.97             37.03     931           884-890
               CELLULAR PHONE FREQS. HAVE NOT BEEN ASSIGNED
                       FOR CHANNELS 800-990
80 (first)      0991-869.04             43.96     913           866-872
80 (last)       1023-870.00             43.00     913           866-872

(**) These freqs. are outside of the normal Channel 83 BW. However, most UHF
tuners have a fine tuner that can be adjusted up to about another 6 MHZ.

Note that the term "first" and "last" refers to the first and last cellular
channels receivable by the UHF tuner for the given TV channel.  Base voice
channels are monitored when both sides of the conversation is required.  
Mobile voice channels or base control channels are monitored to locate a
cellular phone.  Tuning is simple:
        (1) Decide which cellular channel or freq. you wish to monitor.
        (2) Find what UHF channel includes that freq. and switch the TV
            to that channel.
        (3) Using the table, look up the corresponding TV oscillator freq.
            (ex: 919 MHZ for TV channel 81).  Subtract the cellular channel
            freq. from the TV oscillator freq.
        (4) Tune your scanner to the difference freq.

When you select a scanner, you should pick one that will scan in 30 MHZ
increments to efficiently receive cellular transmissions.  If you can't get
one like that, then get one that will scan in 15,10 or 5 KHZ increments.

*****************************************************************************


PART XII.                   HOW THE ESN IS REPLACED

        It takes some electronics skill to pull or unsolder the ESN.  If you
are sketchy about messing around with your phone, I suggest practicing on 
something else first, like an old calculator or something.  It is also a
good idea to use the proper tools (A very small soldering tip,chip pullers,
It is imperative NOT to touch any of the surrounding connections, soldering
joints, or chips.  The job MUST be done right the very first time.  After
that it is not so important, because after the first time you should have the
ESN information stored safely to disk.  The only dangers remaining are
physically damaging the chip.  (Note: There are devices that wipe PROMs
clean in the event of programming errors).

        When removing the ESN, try to follow these 5 steps:

A. Remove the PC board containing the ESN from the entire phone unit.  The
boards are usually screwed in with Phillips heads.  This will insure 
against damage to the rest of the unit.

B.  Ascertain the correct chip.  Find the letters on the chip, and check it
against the letters from the IDENTIFYING THE ESN section. Refer to the .Gif
file included if necessary.

C. It is a good idea to draw a sketch to help you remember which way the chip
went in.  You may laugh, but do it anyway.

D. Carefully remove the chip.  Take your time and use the proper tools.

E.  Solder in a zero insertion force (ZIF) replacement, so that replacement
chip can be changed easily.

        After the ZIF socket has been successfully soldered in, reinsert the
ESN and attempt to make a phone call (Be sure the NAM is programmed
correctly). If it doesn't, check the leads on the ZIF to insure that you
have soldered them correctly.  After that, insert your ESN into your PROM
reader and make sure it provides some sort of reading.  You should use the
search mode to look for the manufacturers serial number.
(see MANUFACTURER'S ESN CODE LISTING) to identify the address on the PROM
where to reprogram the ESN.

*****************************************************************************

PART XIII.             EQUATIONS FOR PROGRAMMING THE CHIPS

        In most instances, you will not be able to tell the code on a PROM
because the manufacturer will have blown the security fuse in order to 
prevent people from obtaining the codes to reprogram their own chips.
Therefore, it might be necessary to produce a set of equations that are
programmed into the cip to produce a bogus ESN.  The bogus chips must contain
the first three digits of the manufacturer's code listing, which is 
consequently the first marker of the actual ESN.  Experimentation might be
necessary, but hey, isn't that half the fun? 

        With the aid of an EPROM emulator, the whole process should be able
to be completed in under an hour - this includes pulling the chip, creating
a new ESN, programming the chip, and replacing it.

        So know you're saying "Holy Cow this project is getting expensive!".
Well it can get that way, but the long run payoff is worth it.  I have seen
both emulators and burners for under $200 (I'm not talking about those spiffy
models that program RAM, just the basic EPROMs...in fact I can buy them for
under $150. Same with the emulator. Just look around.)

        I wouldn't be surprised if actual ESN data started appearing on 
boards in the near future.  I know when I finsish my phone (Hopefully soon)
I plan on U/L the ESN info somewhere.

****************************************************************************

PART XIV.              MANUFACTURER'S ESN CODE LISTING

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
MANUFACTURER                  DECIMAL         HEX CODE        OCTAL CODE
---------------------------------------------------------------------------

Alpine Electronics #            150             96              226             
Antel (see Emptel,Sanyo)
ARA *                           
AT&T Technologies (see notes)   158             9E              236
Astrotel (see OKI)
Audiovox-Audiotel (see notes)   138             8A              212
Blaupunkt (R. Bosch) #          148             94              224
Clarion Company Ltd.            140             8C              214
Clarion Manufacturing Co.       166             A6              246
CM Communications               153             99              231
Diamondtel (See Mitsubishi)
DI-BAR Electronics              145             91              221
E.F. Johnson  #                 131             83              203
Emptel Electronics Co.          178             B2              262
Ericsson                        143             8F              217
Ericsson GE Mobile              157             9D              235
Fujitsu #                       133             85              205
Gateway Telephone               147             93              223
General Electric # (mini is 134)146             92              222
Glenayre (see notes)
Goldstar Products Co. #         141             8D              215
Harris #                        137             89              211
Hitachi #                       132             84              204
Hughes Network Systems          164             A4              244
Hyundai                         160             A0              240
Japan Radio Co.                 152             98              230
Kokusai                         139             8B              213
Mansoor Electronics             167             A7              247
Mitsubishi (see notes)          134             86              206
Mobira (Nokia-Kinex) #          156             9C              234
Motorola                        130             82              202
Motorola Int'l.                 168             A8              250
Murata Machinery LTD.           144             90              220
NEC #                           135             87              207
Nokia #                         165             A5              245
Novatel                         142             8E              216
OKI #                           129             81              201
Panasonic (Matsushita) #        136             88              210
Phillips Telecom #              170             AA              252
Phillips Circuit                171             AB              253
Qualcomm, Inc.                  159             9F              237
Sanyo                           175             AF              257
Satellite Technology            161             A1              241
Samsung Communications          176             B0              258
Shintom West (Audio-Vox BC-20)# 174             AE              256
Sony Corp.                      154             9A              232
Sun Moon Star #                 178             B2              262
Tama Denki Co.                  155             9B              233
Tandy/Mobira #                  165             A5              245
TacTel (see notes)
Technophone #                   162             A2              242
Toshiba                         138             8A              212
Uniden Corp. of America #       172             AC              254
Uniden Corp. of Japan           173             AC              255
Universal Cellular              149             95              225
USA Corp. # (see notes)
Walker (JRC, Technophone)       152             98              230
Western Electric # (see notes)
Western Union # (see notes)
Yupiteru Industries             163             A3              243


NOTES:

The hexidecimal ESN is an 11-digit number, first three are manufacturer's
decimal code, next two are reserved (but may contain zeros or numbers);
remaining six are the decimal serial number.

These companies use phones from various manufacturers, code will be of actual
manufacturer.

Alpine 9510 is Fujitsu 362A - Antel, use GE, Emptel, Sanyo - ARA varies- ATT
1300, 1800 use Mitsubishi -  AT&T 1100,1400,1440,1700,1710 use Hitachi -
Audiotel 1000,3000,500,BC-40,400,450,550,600 use Toshiba - PC100,200 use
Technophone - BC-20,CMT-125 use Shintom - TacTel use Toshiba,Blaupunkt, most
are Panasonic, some are Blaupunkt - GE Mini, Gelayre 301 , USA A&B 
use Mitsubishi - Mitsubishi 460 use Toshiba - Walker Pocketphone use
JRC or Technophone - Western Electric use Hitachi - Western Union use E.F.
Johnson.

# - Chassis number abd ESN correspond to each other.

Decimal ESN conversion is required for serial numbers over 1,000,000 or 
2,000,000, etc.  Simply drop the millions digit and add 262,144 times the
millions digit to the remaining number.  For example, 01,123,456 =
385,600 or 02,123,46 = 647,744.  Then affix the Manufacturers Decimal Code plus
two zeros on left to yield 11-digit ESN.  The Hex ESN may be found by 
converting this number to hexidecimal. 

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PART XV.                  HOME SYSTEM ID LISTING (A-L)


SYSTEM                NON(A)          WIRE(B)

Abilene,TX              131             422  
Aguadilla               605             188
Aiken,GA                181             084
Akron,OH                073             054
Albany,GA               241             204
Alburquerque,NM         079             110
Alexandria,LA           243             212
Allentown,PA            103             008
Alton,IL                017             046
Altoona,PA              247             032
Amarillo,TX             249             422
Anchorage,AK            251             234
Anderson,IN             253             080
Anderson,SC             139             116
Anniston,AL             113             098
Appleton,WI             217             240
Asheville,NC            263             246
Ashland,WV              307             TBA
Athens,AL               203             198
Athens,GA               041             034
Atlanta,GA              041             034
Atlantic City,NJ        267             250
Augusta,GA              181             084
Aurora,IL               001             020
Austin,TX               107             164
Bakersfield,CA          183             228
Baltimore,MD            013             018
Bangor,ME               271             254
Baton Rouge,LA          085             106
Battle Creek,MI         403             256
Beaumont,TX             185             012
Bellingham,WA           047             006
Beloit,WI               217             210
Benton Harbor,MI        277             260
Biddeford,ME            501             484
Billings,MT             279             262
Biloxi,MS               281             264
Binghamton,NY           283             266
Birmingham,AL           113             098
Bismarck,ND             285             268
Bloomington,IL          455             532
Boise,ID                289             272
Boston,MA               007             028
Bradenton,FL            175             042
Bremerton,WA            047             006
Bridgeport,CT           119             088
Bristol,TN              149             074
Brownsville,TX          451             434
Bryan,TX                297             280
Buffalo,NY              003             056
Burlington,NC           069             144
Burlington,VT           313             300
Canton,OH               073             054
Casper,WY               301             284
Ceder Falls,IA          589             568
Cedar Rapids,IA         303             286
Champaign,IL            305             532
Charleston,WV           307             290
Charleston,SC           127             156
Charlotte,NC            139             114
Charlottesville,VA      309             292
Chattanooga,TN          161             148
Chicago,IL              001             020
Chico,CA                311             294
Cincinnati,OH           051             014
Clarksville,TN          179             296
Cleveland,OH            015             054
College Station,TX      297             280
Colorado Springs,CO     045             180
Columbia,MO             317             298
Columbia,SC             189             182
Columbus,GA             319             302
Columbus,OH             133             138
Corpus Christi,TX       191             184
Council Bluffs,IA       137             152
Cumberland,MD           321             304
Dallas,TX               033             038
Danville,VA             323             306
Davenport,IA            193             186
Dayton, OH              163             134
Daytona Beach,FL        325             308
Decatur,IL              327             532
Dennison,TX             033             038
Denver,CO               045             058
Des Moines,IA           195             150
Detroit, MI             021             010
Dothan,AL               329             312
Dover,NH                501             484
Dubuque,IA              331             314
Duluth,MN               333             316
Durham,NC               069             144
Eau Claire,WI           335             318
Elgin,IL                001             020
El Paso,TX              097             092
Elkhart,IN              549             530
Elmira,NY               283             266
Elyria,OH               TBA             054
Enid,OK                 341             324
Erie,PA                 343             326
Eugene,OR               061             328
Evansville,IN           197             190
Fargo,ND                347             330
Fayettesville,NC        349             100
Fayetteville,AR         607             342
Flint,MI                021             010
Florence,AL             113             334
Florence,SC             377             350
Fort Collins,CO         045             336
Fort Lauderdale,FL      037             024
For Meyers,FL           355             042
Fort Pierce,FL          037             340
Fort Smith,AR           359             342
Fort Walton Bch,FL      361             344
Fort Wayne,IN           199             080
Fort Worth,TX           033             038
Fresno,CA               153             162
Gadsden,AL              113             098
Gainesville,FL          365             348
Galveston,TX            367             012
Gary,IN                 001             020
Glens Falls, NY         063             078
Grand Forks,ND          371             356
Grand Rapids,MI         021             244
Granite City,IL         017             046
Great Falls, MT         373             358
Greeley,CO              045             360
Green Bay,WI            217             362
Greensboro,NC           095             142
Greenville,SC           139             116
Gulf of Mexico,LA       171             194
Gulfport,MS             TBA             264
Gunterville,AL          203             198
Hagerstown,MD           381             364
Hamilton,OH             383             366
Harlingen,TX            451             434
Harrisburg,PA           159             096
Hartford,CT             119             088
Hickory,NC              385             368
Honolulu,HI             167             060
Houma,LA                387             370
Houston,TX              035             012
Huntington,WV           307             196
Huntsville,AL           203             198
Indianapolis,IN         019             080
Iowa City,IA            389             286
Jackson,MI              391             374
Jackson,MS              205             160
Jacksonville,FL         075             136
Jacksonville,NC         393             376
Janesville, WI          217             210
Johnson City,TN         149             074
Johnstown,PA            039             032
Joliet,IL               001             020
Joplin,MO               401             384
Kalamazoo,MI            403             386
Kankakee,IL             001             020
Kansas City,KS/MO       059             052
Kennewick,WA            TBA             500
Kenosha,WI              217             044
Killeen,TX              409             392
Kingsport,TN            149             074
Knoxville,TN            093             104
Kokomo,IN               411             080
La Crosse,WI            413             396
Lafayette,IN            415             080
Lafayette,LA            431             414
Lake Charles,LA         417             400
Lakeland,FL             175             042
Lancaster,PA            159             096
Lansing,MI              021             188
Laredo,TX               419             402
Las Cruces,NM           097             404
Las Vegas,NV            211             064
Lawrence,KS             059             406
Lawton,OK               425             408
Lewiston,ME             427             482
Lexington,KY            213             206
Lima,OH                 021             412
Lincoln,NE              433             416
Little Rock,AR          215             208
Long Branch,NY          173             022
Longview,TX             229             418
Lorain,OH               437             054
Los Angeles,CA          027             002
Louisville, KY          065             076
Lubbock,TX              439             422
Lynchberg,VA            441             424

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PART XVI.                  HOME SYSTEM ID LISTING (M-Z)


SYSTEM                NON(A)          WIRE(B)

Macon,GA                443             426
Madison,WI              217             210
Manchester,NH           445             428
Mansfield,OH            447             430
Marshall,TX             229             418
Mayaguez                449             432
McAllen,TX              451             434
Medford,OR              061             436
Melbourne,FL            175             068
Memphis,TN              143             062
Miami,FL                037             024
Midland,TX              459             422
Millville,NH            TBA             250
Milwaukee,WI            005             044
Minneapolis,MN          023             026
Mobile,AL               081             120
Modesto,CA              233             224
Moline,IL               193             186
Monroe,LA               463             440
Monterey,CA             527             126
Montgomery,AL           465             444
Moorehead,ND            TBA             330
Muncie,IN               467             080
Muskegon,MI             021             448
Nashua,NH               445             428
Nashville,TN            179             118
NE Pennsylvania         103             172
New Bedford,MA          119             028
New Brunswick,NY        173             022
New Haven,CT            119             088
New London,CT           119             088
New Orleans,LA          057             036
Newport News,VA         083             168
New York,NY             025             022
Norfolk,VA              083             168
Ocala,FL                473             348
Odessa,TX               475             422
Oklahoma City,OK        169             146
Olympia,WA              047             006
Omaha,NE                137             152
Orange County,NY        479             486
Orlando,FL              175             068
Owensboro,KY            197             190
Oxnard,CA               027             002
Panama City,FL          483             462
Parkersburg,WV          485             032
Pascagoula,MS           487             264
Pasco,WA                TBA             500
Pensacola,FL            361             120
Peoria,IL               221             214
Petaluma,CA             031             040
Petersburg,VA           071             472
Philadelphia,PA         029             008
Phoenix,AZ              053             048
Pine Bluff,AR           215             208
Pittsburg,PA            039             032
Pittsfield,MA           119             480
Ponce,PR                497             082
Portland,ME             499             482
Portland,OR             061             030
Portsmouth,NH           501             484
Poughkeepsie,NY         503             486
Providence,RI           119             028
Provo,UT                091             488
Pueblo,CO               045             490
Racine,WI               217             044
Raleigh,NC              069             144
Rapid City,SD           511             494
Reading,PA              103             008
Redding,CA              513             294
Reno,NV                 515             498
Richland,WA             517             500
Richmond,VA             071             170
Roanoke,VA              519             502
Rochester,NH            501             484
Rochester,MN            521             504
Rochester,NY            117             154
Rockford,IL             217             506
Sacramento,CA           129             112
Saginaw,MI              021             389
Salem,OR                061             030
Salinas,CA              527             126
Salt Lake City,UT       091             094
San Angelo,TX           529             510
San Antonio,TX          151             122
San Diego,CA            043             004
San Francisco,CA        031             040
San Jose,CA             031             040
Terre Haute,IN          567             080
Texarkana,AR/TX         229             550
Toledo,OH               021             130
Topeka,KS               059             552
Trenton,PA              029             008
Tuscon,AZ               053             140
Tulsa,OK                111             166
Tuscaloosa,AL           577             098
Tyler,TX                579             418
Utica,NY                235             226
Vallejo,CA              031             040
Victoria,TX             581             562
Vineland,NJ             583             250
Visalia,CA              153             162
Waco,TX                 587             566
Warren,OH               089             126
Washington,DC           013             018
Waterloo,IA             589             568
Wausau,WI               591             570
West Palm Beach,FL      037             024
Wheeling,WV             039             032
Wichita Falls,TX        595             574
Wichita,KS              165             070
Wilkes Barr,PA          103             172
Williamsport,PA         103             576
Wilmington,DE           123             008
Wilmington,NC           599             578
Winston-Salem,NC        095             142
Worcester,MA            007             028
Yakima,WA               601             580
York,PA                 159             096
Youngstown,OH           089             126
Yuba City,CA            129             112


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PART XVI.                     "THE ROAMING SCAM"

        Some people who are playing with phones that have been originally
registered but have been turned off for non-payment of bills have used the
"Roaming Scam" to place free calls.  NOTE: The cellular carriers will still
have records of these calls, and will prosecute those they eventually catch
up to (yeah,right).  However, industry standards have shown that they pursue
less than one percent of the fraudulent calls placed.  It is far more 
economical for them to build software and hardware traps to prevent unbilled
calls from being placed rather than attempt to collect on the other end
which involves greater amounts of personnel and manpower with smaller actual 
collections.

        People have performed the roaming scam by taking their phones into 
areas where the SIDH numbers are different from the ones currently programmed 
into their phones.  Refer to the SIDH listing in this file for the codes for
particular cities.  By reprogramming the NAM and inserting a fake SIDH, the
cellular carrier will often accept the phone call, but on occassion the user
will get a message that the phone must have a local code in order to access
the system.  As cellular carriers grow larger in size, this message is less
frequently heard.  At this point, the cellular carrier instructs the user to
contact them.  I don't think so.

        The cellular service has the best chance of of catching a spoofer who
either calls a friend continually at home or by developing traceable trends
such as calling the same number from within the same cell at the same time
every day.  Or doing something stupid like ordering a Pizza.

        "But I want to hook up the phone to an acoustic coupler, d00d, and
        call all the k-rad out-state-boards for the latest
        PyRut WaR3z!4@$$!$@!@"  <-lamer.

        Well, one of the properties of cellular phone systems is that the   
transmitter freqs. may be changed or "hopped" in the constant effort to
allocate freqs.  Because of freq. hopping it is very difficult to
triangulate a cellular phone using standard directional finding methods
(trace you, d00d).  Further, it is known that a directional antenna randomly
aimed at  cellsite repeaters will confuse directional finding equipment
being used by them that is synced to their freq. hopping scheme.

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PART XI.                THE 40-50 MHZ CELLULAR SCANNER


        The cellular phone freqs. occupy the UHF spectrum previously assign
to commercial TV stations.  Since a TV channel occupies a Bandwidth(BW) of 6
MHZ and each cellular channel requires 24 KZ (for a plus and minus 12 KHZ
signal) and a 3KHZ guard band for each audio signal (thus the 30KHZ spacing).
200 cellular channels can fit into one UHF TV channel.  Thus, with a little
fine tuning, and old TV set with variable VHF tuning can tune in all
cellular freqs. between 824 and 890 MHZ.

UHF TV tuners ares designed to convert these UHF freqa. to intermediate
(difference) freqs. between 41 and 47 MHZ.  Thus, by purchasing a commonly
available UHF tuner (check sith a TV shop and try to get a copy of the
SAMS for powering the AFC info, and avoid those with tubes).  Tuner voltage
is usually 8-24 volts, and must be correctly connected up.  You should also
remove with the tuner, the TV's channel select and fine tuning controls
for ease of use - and they should be in good condition.

Once you have the tuner, you can then wire it between a 30-50 MHZ scanner and
a UHF antenna (highly directional yagi type is preferred).  Since the tuner
will probably have a 300 ohm input impedance, a twin antenna cable is 
preferred (Yes Radio Shack has 'em).  If you are into directional-finding,
the UHF antenna should NOT have AGC (automatic Gain Control) as those with
active AGC will amplify reflections, resulting in readings from so many 
directions that the target will be lost.  Because of the use of inconspicuous,
commonly available, inexpensive, high-gain UHF antennas, using a good UHF
tuner to scan cellular channels is a good method of doing it.

Tuner output is usually through an RCA-type plug. CAUTION: BE SURE TO COUPLE
YOUR SCANNER TO THE UHF TUNER WITH A 0.01-0.1 mf (50 V min.) CAPACITOR FOR
DC BLOCKING.  AND DO NOT TRY TO OPERATE THE TUNER THROUGH ITS TV SET AS THE
DANGER OF HIGH-VOLTAGE DISCHARGE IS HIGH.  Also, connect a ground wire
between the tuner and the scanner.

The table below describes how cellular freqs. can be downconverted by a
commonly available UHF TV tuner (all freqs. are in MHZ)

               CELLULAR MOBILE FREQS & SCANNER EQUIVALENTS

TV              
BAND            CELL. CHAN.             SCAN    TV OSCIL                      
CHAN.           # and FREQ.             FREQ.     FREQ.         LIMIT 
-----------    ------------             -----   --------        -----
73 (first)      0001-825.03             45.97     871           824-830
73 (last)       0166-829.98             41.02     871           824-830
74 (first)      0167-830.01             46.99     877           830-836
74 (last)       0366-835.98             41.02     877           830-836
75 (first)      0367-836.01             46.99     883           836-842
75 (last)       0566-841.98             41.02     883           836-842
76 (first)      0567-842.01             46.99     889           842-848
76 (last)       0766-847.98             41.02     889           842-848
77 (first)      0767-848.01             46.99     895           848-854
77 (last)       0799-848.97             46.03     895           848-854
               CELLULAR PHONE FREQS. HAVE NOT BEEN ASSIGNED
                       FOR CHANNELS 800-990
73 (first)      0991-824.04             46.96     871           824-830
73 (last)       1023-825.00             46.00     871           824-830
80 (first)      0001-870.03             42.97     913           866-872
80 (last)       0066-871.98             41.02     913           866-972
81 (first)      0067-872.01             46.99     919           872-878
81 (last)       0266-877.98             41.02     919           872-878
82 (first)      0267-878.01             46.99     925           878-884
82 (last)       0466-883.98             41.02     925           878-884
83 (first)      0467-884.01             46.99     931           884-890
83 (last)       0666-889.98             41.02     931           884-890
83 (**)         0667-890.01             46.99     931           884-890
83 (**)         0799-893.97             37.03     931           884-890
               CELLULAR PHONE FREQS. HAVE NOT BEEN ASSIGNED
                       FOR CHANNELS 800-990
80 (first)      0991-869.04             43.96     913           866-872
80 (last)       1023-870.00             43.00     913           866-872

(**) These freqs. are outside of the normal Channel 83 BW. However, most UHF
tuners have a fine tuner that can be adjusted up to about another 6 MHZ.

Note that the term "first" and "last" refers to the first and last cellular
channels receivable by the UHF tuner for the given TV channel.  Base voice
channels are monitored when both sides of the conversation is required.  
Mobile voice channels or base control channels are monitored to locate a
cellular phone.  Tuning is simple:
        (1) Decide which cellular channel or freq. you wish to monitor.
        (2) Find what UHF channel includes that freq. and switch the TV
            to that channel.
        (3) Using the table, look up the corresponding TV oscillator freq.
            (ex: 919 MHZ for TV channel 81).  Subtract the cellular channel
            freq. from the TV oscillator freq.
        (4) Tune your scanner to the difference freq.

When you select a scanner, you should pick one that will scan in 30 MHZ
increments to efficiently receive cellular transmissions.  If you can't get
one like that, then get one that will scan in 15,10 or 5 KHZ increments.

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PART XII.                   HOW THE ESN IS REPLACED

        It takes some electronics skill to pull or unsolder the ESN.  If you
are sketchy about messing around with your phone, I suggest practicing on 
something else first, like an old calculator or something.  It is also a
good idea to use the proper tools (A very small soldering tip,chip pullers,
It is imperative NOT to touch any of the surrounding connections, soldering
joints, or chips.  The job MUST be done right the very first time.  After
that it is not so important, because after the first time you should have the
ESN information stored safely to disk.  The only dangers remaining are
physically damaging the chip.  (Note: There are devices that wipe PROMs
clean in the event of programming errors).

        When removing the ESN, try to follow these 5 steps:

A. Remove the PC board containing the ESN from the entire phone unit.  The
boards are usually screwed in with Phillips heads.  This will insure 
against damage to the rest of the unit.

B.  Ascertain the correct chip.  Find the letters on the chip, and check it
against the letters from the IDENTIFYING THE ESN section. Refer to the .Gif
file included if necessary.

C. It is a good idea to draw a sketch to help you remember which way the chip
went in.  You may laugh, but do it anyway.

D. Carefully remove the chip.  Take your time and use the proper tools.

E.  Solder in a zero insertion force (ZIF) replacement, so that replacement
chip can be changed easily.

        After the ZIF socket has been successfully soldered in, reinsert the
ESN and attempt to make a phone call (Be sure the NAM is programmed
correctly). If it doesn't, check the leads on the ZIF to insure that you
have soldered them correctly.  After that, insert your ESN into your PROM
reader and make sure it provides some sort of reading.  You should use the
search mode to look for the manufacturers serial number.
(see MANUFACTURER'S ESN CODE LISTING) to identify the address on the PROM
where to reprogram the ESN.

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PART XIII.             EQUATIONS FOR PROGRAMMING THE CHIPS

        In most instances, you will not be able to tell the code on a PROM
because the manufacturer will have blown the security fuse in order to 
prevent people from obtaining the codes to reprogram their own chips.
Therefore, it might be necessary to produce a set of equations that are
programmed into the cip to produce a bogus ESN.  The bogus chips must contain
the first three digits of the manufacturer's code listing, which is 
consequently the first marker of the actual ESN.  Experimentation might be
necessary, but hey, isn't that half the fun? 

        With the aid of an EPROM emulator, the whole process should be able
to be completed in under an hour - this includes pulling the chip, creating
a new ESN, programming the chip, and replacing it.

        So know you're saying "Holy Cow this project is getting expensive!".
Well it can get that way, but the long run payoff is worth it.  I have seen
both emulators and burners for under $200 (I'm not talking about those spiffy
models that program RAM, just the basic EPROMs...in fact I can buy them for
under $150. Same with the emulator. Just look around.)

        I wouldn't be surprised if actual ESN data started appearing on 
boards in the near future.  I know when I finsish my phone (Hopefully soon)
I plan on U/L the ESN info somewhere.

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PART XIV.              MANUFACTURER'S ESN CODE LISTING

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
MANUFACTURER                  DECIMAL         HEX CODE        OCTAL CODE
---------------------------------------------------------------------------

Alpine Electronics #            150             96              226             
Antel (see Emptel,Sanyo)
ARA *                           
AT&T Technologies (see notes)   158             9E              236
Astrotel (see OKI)
Audiovox-Audiotel (see notes)   138             8A              212
Blaupunkt (R. Bosch) #          148             94              224
Clarion Company Ltd.            140             8C              214
Clarion Manufacturing Co.       166             A6              246
CM Communications               153             99              231
Diamondtel (See Mitsubishi)
DI-BAR Electronics              145             91              221
E.F. Johnson  #                 131             83              203
Emptel Electronics Co.          178             B2              262
Ericsson                        143             8F              217
Ericsson GE Mobile              157             9D              235
Fujitsu #                       133             85              205
Gateway Telephone               147             93              223
General Electric # (mini is 134)146             92              222
Glenayre (see notes)
Goldstar Products Co. #         141             8D              215
Harris #                        137             89              211
Hitachi #                       132             84              204
Hughes Network Systems          164             A4              244
Hyundai                         160             A0              240
Japan Radio Co.                 152             98              230
Kokusai                         139             8B              213
Mansoor Electronics             167             A7              247
Mitsubishi (see notes)          134             86              206
Mobira (Nokia-Kinex) #          156             9C              234
Motorola                        130             82              202
Motorola Int'l.                 168             A8              250
Murata Machinery LTD.           144             90              220
NEC #                           135             87              207
Nokia #                         165             A5              245
Novatel                         142             8E              216
OKI #                           129             81              201
Panasonic (Matsushita) #        136             88              210
Phillips Telecom #              170             AA              252
Phillips Circuit                171             AB              253
Qualcomm, Inc.                  159             9F              237
Sanyo                           175             AF              257
Satellite Technology            161             A1              241
Samsung Communications          176             B0              258
Shintom West (Audio-Vox BC-20)# 174             AE              256
Sony Corp.                      154             9A              232
Sun Moon Star #                 178             B2              262
Tama Denki Co.                  155             9B              233
Tandy/Mobira #                  165             A5              245
TacTel (see notes)
Technophone #                   162             A2              242
Toshiba                         138             8A              212
Uniden Corp. of America #       172             AC              254
Uniden Corp. of Japan           173             AC              255
Universal Cellular              149             95              225
USA Corp. # (see notes)
Walker (JRC, Technophone)       152             98              230
Western Electric # (see notes)
Western Union # (see notes)
Yupiteru Industries             163             A3              243


NOTES:

The hexidecimal ESN is an 11-digit number, first three are manufacturer's
decimal code, next two are reserved (but may contain zeros or numbers);
remaining six are the decimal serial number.

These companies use phones from various manufacturers, code will be of actual
manufacturer.

Alpine 9510 is Fujitsu 362A - Antel, use GE, Emptel, Sanyo - ARA varies- ATT
1300, 1800 use Mitsubishi -  AT&T 1100,1400,1440,1700,1710 use Hitachi -
Audiotel 1000,3000,500,BC-40,400,450,550,600 use Toshiba - PC100,200 use
Technophone - BC-20,CMT-125 use Shintom - TacTel use Toshiba,Blaupunkt, most
are Panasonic, some are Blaupunkt - GE Mini, Gelayre 301 , USA A&B 
use Mitsubishi - Mitsubishi 460 use Toshiba - Walker Pocketphone use
JRC or Technophone - Western Electric use Hitachi - Western Union use E.F.
Johnson.

# - Chassis number abd ESN correspond to each other.

Decimal ESN conversion is required for serial numbers over 1,000,000 or 
2,000,000, etc.  Simply drop the millions digit and add 262,144 times the
millions digit to the remaining number.  For example, 01,123,456 =
385,600 or 02,123,46 = 647,744.  Then affix the Manufacturers Decimal Code plus
two zeros on left to yield 11-digit ESN.  The Hex ESN may be found by 
converting this number to hexidecimal. 

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PART XV.                  HOME SYSTEM ID LISTING (A-L)


SYSTEM                NON(A)          WIRE(B)

Abilene,TX              131             422  
Aguadilla               605             188
Aiken,GA                181             084
Akron,OH                073             054
Albany,GA               241             204
Alburquerque,NM         079             110
Alexandria,LA           243             212
Allentown,PA            103             008
Alton,IL                017             046
Altoona,PA              247             032
Amarillo,TX             249             422
Anchorage,AK            251             234
Anderson,IN             253             080
Anderson,SC             139             116
Anniston,AL             113             098
Appleton,WI             217             240
Asheville,NC            263             246
Ashland,WV              307             TBA
Athens,AL               203             198
Athens,GA               041             034
Atlanta,GA              041             034
Atlantic City,NJ        267             250
Augusta,GA              181             084
Aurora,IL               001             020
Austin,TX               107             164
Bakersfield,CA          183             228
Baltimore,MD            013             018
Bangor,ME               271             254
Baton Rouge,LA          085             106
Battle Creek,MI         403             256
Beaumont,TX             185             012
Bellingham,WA           047             006
Beloit,WI               217             210
Benton Harbor,MI        277             260
Biddeford,ME            501             484
Billings,MT             279             262
Biloxi,MS               281             264
Binghamton,NY           283             266
Birmingham,AL           113             098
Bismarck,ND             285             268
Bloomington,IL          455             532
Boise,ID                289             272
Boston,MA               007             028
Bradenton,FL            175             042
Bremerton,WA            047             006
Bridgeport,CT           119             088
Bristol,TN              149             074
Brownsville,TX          451             434
Bryan,TX                297             280
Buffalo,NY              003             056
Burlington,NC           069             144
Burlington,VT           313             300
Canton,OH               073             054
Casper,WY               301             284
Ceder Falls,IA          589             568
Cedar Rapids,IA         303             286
Champaign,IL            305             532
Charleston,WV           307             290
Charleston,SC           127             156
Charlotte,NC            139             114
Charlottesville,VA      309             292
Chattanooga,TN          161             148
Chicago,IL              001             020
Chico,CA                311             294
Cincinnati,OH           051             014
Clarksville,TN          179             296
Cleveland,OH            015             054
College Station,TX      297             280
Colorado Springs,CO     045             180
Columbia,MO             317             298
Columbia,SC             189             182
Columbus,GA             319             302
Columbus,OH             133             138
Corpus Christi,TX       191             184
Council Bluffs,IA       137             152
Cumberland,MD           321             304
Dallas,TX               033             038
Danville,VA             323             306
Davenport,IA            193             186
Dayton, OH              163             134
Daytona Beach,FL        325             308
Decatur,IL              327             532
Dennison,TX             033             038
Denver,CO               045             058
Des Moines,IA           195             150
Detroit, MI             021             010
Dothan,AL               329             312
Dover,NH                501             484
Dubuque,IA              331             314
Duluth,MN               333             316
Durham,NC               069             144
Eau Claire,WI           335             318
Elgin,IL                001             020
El Paso,TX              097             092
Elkhart,IN              549             530
Elmira,NY               283             266
Elyria,OH               TBA             054
Enid,OK                 341             324
Erie,PA                 343             326
Eugene,OR               061             328
Evansville,IN           197             190
Fargo,ND                347             330
Fayettesville,NC        349             100
Fayetteville,AR         607             342
Flint,MI                021             010
Florence,AL             113             334
Florence,SC             377             350
Fort Collins,CO         045             336
Fort Lauderdale,FL      037             024
For Meyers,FL           355             042
Fort Pierce,FL          037             340
Fort Smith,AR           359             342
Fort Walton Bch,FL      361             344
Fort Wayne,IN           199             080
Fort Worth,TX           033             038
Fresno,CA               153             162
Gadsden,AL              113             098
Gainesville,FL          365             348
Galveston,TX            367             012
Gary,IN                 001             020
Glens Falls, NY         063             078
Grand Forks,ND          371             356
Grand Rapids,MI         021             244
Granite City,IL         017             046
Great Falls, MT         373             358
Greeley,CO              045             360
Green Bay,WI            217             362
Greensboro,NC           095             142
Greenville,SC           139             116
Gulf of Mexico,LA       171             194
Gulfport,MS             TBA             264
Gunterville,AL          203             198
Hagerstown,MD           381             364
Hamilton,OH             383             366
Harlingen,TX            451             434
Harrisburg,PA           159             096
Hartford,CT             119             088
Hickory,NC              385             368
Honolulu,HI             167             060
Houma,LA                387             370
Houston,TX              035             012
Huntington,WV           307             196
Huntsville,AL           203             198
Indianapolis,IN         019             080
Iowa City,IA            389             286
Jackson,MI              391             374
Jackson,MS              205             160
Jacksonville,FL         075             136
Jacksonville,NC         393             376
Janesville, WI          217             210
Johnson City,TN         149             074
Johnstown,PA            039             032
Joliet,IL               001             020
Joplin,MO               401             384
Kalamazoo,MI            403             386
Kankakee,IL             001             020
Kansas City,KS/MO       059             052
Kennewick,WA            TBA             500
Kenosha,WI              217             044
Killeen,TX              409             392
Kingsport,TN            149             074
Knoxville,TN            093             104
Kokomo,IN               411             080
La Crosse,WI            413             396
Lafayette,IN            415             080
Lafayette,LA            431             414
Lake Charles,LA         417             400
Lakeland,FL             175             042
Lancaster,PA            159             096
Lansing,MI              021             188
Laredo,TX               419             402
Las Cruces,NM           097             404
Las Vegas,NV            211             064
Lawrence,KS             059             406
Lawton,OK               425             408
Lewiston,ME             427             482
Lexington,KY            213             206
Lima,OH                 021             412
Lincoln,NE              433             416
Little Rock,AR          215             208
Long Branch,NY          173             022
Longview,TX             229             418
Lorain,OH               437             054
Los Angeles,CA          027             002
Louisville, KY          065             076
Lubbock,TX              439             422
Lynchberg,VA            441             424

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PART XVI.                  HOME SYSTEM ID LISTING (M-Z)


SYSTEM                NON(A)          WIRE(B)

Macon,GA                443             426
Madison,WI              217             210
Manchester,NH           445             428
Mansfield,OH            447             430
Marshall,TX             229             418
Mayaguez                449             432
McAllen,TX              451             434
Medford,OR              061             436
Melbourne,FL            175             068
Memphis,TN              143             062
Miami,FL                037             024
Midland,TX              459             422
Millville,NH            TBA             250
Milwaukee,WI            005             044
Minneapolis,MN          023             026
Mobile,AL               081             120
Modesto,CA              233             224
Moline,IL               193             186
Monroe,LA               463             440
Monterey,CA             527             126
Montgomery,AL           465             444
Moorehead,ND            TBA             330
Muncie,IN               467             080
Muskegon,MI             021             448
Nashua,NH               445             428
Nashville,TN            179             118
NE Pennsylvania         103             172
New Bedford,MA          119             028
New Brunswick,NY        173             022
New Haven,CT            119             088
New London,CT           119             088
New Orleans,LA          057             036
Newport News,VA         083             168
New York,NY             025             022
Norfolk,VA              083             168
Ocala,FL                473             348
Odessa,TX               475             422
Oklahoma City,OK        169             146
Olympia,WA              047             006
Omaha,NE                137             152
Orange County,NY        479             486
Orlando,FL              175             068
Owensboro,KY            197             190
Oxnard,CA               027             002
Panama City,FL          483             462
Parkersburg,WV          485             032
Pascagoula,MS           487             264
Pasco,WA                TBA             500
Pensacola,FL            361             120
Peoria,IL               221             214
Petaluma,CA             031             040
Petersburg,VA           071             472
Philadelphia,PA         029             008
Phoenix,AZ              053             048
Pine Bluff,AR           215             208
Pittsburg,PA            039             032
Pittsfield,MA           119             480
Ponce,PR                497             082
Portland,ME             499             482
Portland,OR             061             030
Portsmouth,NH           501             484
Poughkeepsie,NY         503             486
Providence,RI           119             028
Provo,UT                091             488
Pueblo,CO               045             490
Racine,WI               217             044
Raleigh,NC              069             144
Rapid City,SD           511             494
Reading,PA              103             008
Redding,CA              513             294
Reno,NV                 515             498
Richland,WA             517             500
Richmond,VA             071             170
Roanoke,VA              519             502
Rochester,NH            501             484
Rochester,MN            521             504
Rochester,NY            117             154
Rockford,IL             217             506
Sacramento,CA           129             112
Saginaw,MI              021             389
Salem,OR                061             030
Salinas,CA              527             126
Salt Lake City,UT       091             094
San Angelo,TX           529             510
San Antonio,TX          151             122
San Diego,CA            043             004
San Francisco,CA        031             040
San Jose,CA             031             040
Terre Haute,IN          567             080
Texarkana,AR/TX         229             550
Toledo,OH               021             130
Topeka,KS               059             552
Trenton,PA              029             008
Tuscon,AZ               053             140
Tulsa,OK                111             166
Tuscaloosa,AL           577             098
Tyler,TX                579             418
Utica,NY                235             226
Vallejo,CA              031             040
Victoria,TX             581             562
Vineland,NJ             583             250
Visalia,CA              153             162
Waco,TX                 587             566
Warren,OH               089             126
Washington,DC           013             018
Waterloo,IA             589             568
Wausau,WI               591             570
West Palm Beach,FL      037             024
Wheeling,WV             039             032
Wichita Falls,TX        595             574
Wichita,KS              165             070
Wilkes Barr,PA          103             172
Williamsport,PA         103             576
Wilmington,DE           123             008
Wilmington,NC           599             578
Winston-Salem,NC        095             142
Worcester,MA            007             028
Yakima,WA               601             580
York,PA                 159             096
Youngstown,OH           089             126
Yuba City,CA            129             112


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PART XVII.                    "THE ROAMING SCAM"

        Some people who are playing with phones that have been originally
registered but have been turned off for non-payment of bills have used the
"Roaming Scam" to place free calls.  NOTE: The cellular carriers will still
have records of these calls, and will prosecute those they eventually catch
up to (yeah,right).  However, industry standards have shown that they pursue
less than one percent of the fraudulent calls placed.  It is far more 
economical for them to build software and hardware traps to prevent unbilled
calls from being placed rather than attempt to collect on the other end
which involves greater amounts of personnel and manpower with smaller actual 
collections.

        People have performed the roaming scam by taking their phones into 
areas where the SIDH numbers are different from the ones currently programmed 
into their phones.  Refer to the SIDH listing in this file for the codes for
particular cities.  By reprogramming the NAM and inserting a fake SIDH, the
cellular carrier will often accept the phone call, but on occassion the user
will get a message that the phone must have a local code in order to access
the system.  As cellular carriers grow larger in size, this message is less
frequently heard.  At this point, the cellular carrier instructs the user to
contact them.  I don't think so.

        The cellular service has the best chance of of catching a spoofer who
either calls a friend continually at home or by developing traceable trends
such as calling the same number from within the same cell at the same time
every day.  Or doing something stupid like ordering a Pizza.

        "But I want to hook up the phone to an acoustic coupler, d00d, and
        call all the k-rad out-state-boards for the latest
        PyRut WaR3z!4@$$!$@!@"  <-lamer.

        Well, one of the properties of cellular phone systems is that the   
transmitter freqs. may be changed or "hopped" in the constant effort to
allocate freqs.  Because of freq. hopping it is very difficult to
triangulate a cellular phone using standard directional finding methods
(trace you, d00d).  Further, it is known that a directional antenna randomly
aimed at  cellsite repeaters will confuse directional finding equipment
being used by them that is synced to their freq. hopping scheme.

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PART XVIII.              MERCHANDISE SHEET


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     Superior Cellular Products         Cellular Enterprises, Inc.
     3925 N. Rosemead Blvd. #205        813-885-7766
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     818-280-6665

     Dynatek Communication Dist.        Wholesale Cellular, Inc.
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     Warminster,PA 18974                Indianapolis, IN 46278
     215-672-5000                       317-297-6100


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     800-872-7626

                        CELLULAR TEST EQUIPMENT

     WAVETEK
     1-800-223-WVTK
     Ask for free Communications Catalog


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     Communication Instruments
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     800-288-8223
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                        CELLULAR PHONE REPAIRS

     Communication Consultants Co.      Cellular Phone Services, Inc   
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