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Atlanta Frequency Directory

9th Edition

Atlanta Frequency Directory (AFD) is for the metro Atlanta area. The 288 page directory is set-up by county (including 31 North Georgia counties) for easy use and is packed full of information written and edited by local scanner experts! The 4.25" by 7" size makes this book easy to take along. This 9th edition is nearly three times the size of its predecessor and includes much more information!

$19.99  288-Page Book


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Scannerstuff books are not just another database print-out or collection of varied user submissions... This directory is more comprehensive and accurate than any other book or website anywhere and will help you enjoy your hobby more than ever!

Our GuaranteeWe're so confident you will love this book that if for any reason you don't, we'll buy it back!

Key Benefits...

  • Coverage of 31 North Georgia Counties (see below) in Amazingly Detailed Pages

  • Information on Police, Fire, Aircraft, Schools, Malls, Media, Amateur Radio, Government, Railroads, Recreation, Amateur Radio and more...

  • Frequencies, Channel Numbers & Usage, and PL (CTCSS) Tones

  • Detailed Background Information on many agencies

  • Public Safety Codes, Unit Designators/Callsigns and Aircraft

  • Trunked Radio Frequencies, TrunkTracker Talkgroups, and System Information

  • Maps of Police Precincts, Districts, or Beats

  • Fire Station Locations and Apparatus

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Detailed 31-County Coverage in Atlanta Frequency Directory



Georgia Counties Covered in Atlanta Frequency Directory include Barrow, Bartow, Carroll, Cherokee, Clarke, Clayton, Cobb, Coweta, Dawson, DeKalb, Douglas, Fayette, Floyd, Forsyth, Fulton, Gordon, Gwinnett, Hall, Haralson, Heard, Henry, Jackson, Newton, Oconee, Paulding, Pickens, Polk, Rockdale, Spalding, Troup, and Walton.


Customer Comments About Scannerstuff Publications (more...)

  • "This book has become my scanning bible. None of the online sources can touch it." --- Al Hearn, Marietta, GA

  • The Atlanta Frequency Directory is "a great little book" that "helps the hobby." --- Gwinnett County Police Sergeant

  • "WOW!! I give it 5 stars. This is packed with all the important information we all need. It really blows away [the national book on newsprint]. Great job!!!" --- Nate Dampier, Atlanta, GA

  • "Great publication you have!" --- Mike Watson, Atlanta, GA

  • "What a terrific publication with extras like the police precinct maps. Perfect! Frankly, you should double the price. The Atlanta guide is worth it." - David Allison

  • "I just moved here from south Florida and just bought your book. It's the best frequency book I have ever got my hands on." --- Bob in Woodstock, GA

  • "The information is outstanding; It makes a perfect reference manual!" --- Rod Thompson, Deputy Chief, Rural/Metro Fire Department, Scottsdale

  • "The new book looks GREAT!"    --- Member of Phoenix area law enforcement agency

  • "I am on the City of Glendale inter-operability committee. The Southwest Frequency Directory has been a great aid." ---Jerry Wightman, Glendale

  • "All I can say is WOW!  This book is such an improvement over the old ... frequency books." --- Jim Fisher, Tucson, AZ

  • "Outstanding!!!" --- Ignatius Kapalczynski, Author, American Fire Service Book

  • "It really makes scanner listening a lot easier." --- Jim Solano

  • It's awesome!  It's about time one can have confidence that the people that produce a directory actually have a good network of people who actually listen to the frequencies!" -Bob Kenney, Motorola employee, Gilbert, AZ

  • "A couple years of research [on my part] could have been a few minutes [with this book]. I like everything about it." --- Dominique Watkins

  • "It lives up to all it was advertised and much more, Great Job!" --- Doug Brecht, Edmonton, Alberta

  • "I still say in over 30 years of playing with radios and scanners, this is the best frequency guide I have ever seen."  --- Ron Parks, WB5DYG, Gilbert, AZ

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The First Choice Communications Reference of...

  • Scanner Hobbyists

  • Newsrooms and Media Personnel

  • Communications Centers

  • Medical, Media, and Law Enforcement Helicopter Pilots

  • Radio Technicians, Engineers, and Planners

  • Public and Private Sector Communications Consultants


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A Phoenix (AZ) area news media helicopter pilot calls his Scannerstuff book "the scanner bible".

Scannerstuff Publications are relied on by professionals like this news media helicopter pilot/reporter

"Whether you are new to scanning or an oldtimer, there is a lot of meat here to chew on... The ... Southern California Frequency Directory truly picks up where others leave off." --- Larry Van Horn, Assistant Editor, Monitoring Times Magazine.

"What really sets this frequency book apart from most others is the narratives, not only on general radio scanning but on each of the radio systems... This frequency guide goes the extra mile by including detailed maps and narration by those who monitor these frequencies both professionally and as a hobby." Read an independent review of Scannerstuff publications. 

"At the Republic, we use [Scannerstuff books] on a regular basis to track down an obscure agency. Case in point was during the prison standoff last spring. Very helpful!" --- Dave Seibert, staff photographer, Arizona Republic newspaper

"I still say in over 30 years of playing with radios and scanners, this is the best frequency guide I have ever seen."  --- Ron Parks, WB5DYG, Gilbert, AZ"