Scrambler Decoder

When I was a senior in high school and over the year following, I built and sold scrambler decoders which a buyer would connect to the audio output of a scanning radio receiver to decode scrambled audio. I advertised them in "CB Magazine" and "S9 Magazine" and I sold just under 200, many to CB shops that were popular at the time.

Contrary to what you might think, this was a completely legal device to sell and own.

Sales sheet for "The Informer"