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Re: Military RAF Frequencies VHF/UHF

Postby Radioshane » Wed Oct 22, 2014 1:46 pm

you would think the reception wouldn't be that different because Waddington and coningsbey are only about 23 miles apart!
And also does anyone know what receiver you would need to pick HM ARMY UP?
As a wee while ago kevin said in the radio user that he was using a trunking scanner a bearcat to pick up army exercises on Salisbury plain !
Can anyone shed any light on if a AOR AR8600 WOULD BE SUFFICIANT ?
and if not would the rtl 2832 r820 software defined radio do the job ?
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Re: Military RAF Frequencies VHF/UHF

Postby jediwarrior » Wed Dec 10, 2014 5:51 pm

Can i ask how upto date are these listings
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Re: Military RAF Frequencies VHF/UHF

Postby milly » Thu Dec 11, 2014 10:00 am

jediwarrior wrote:Can i ask how upto date are these listings


In the words of ancients DJs "you already did".

A more useful answer is that they are generally up to date apart from a few changes as squadrons have been disbanded/moved in the past year. Also a few base changes to BINA notified by ERBs over the same period (eg. a couple of changes to Wittering come into affect today).

(the monthly UK AIP update applies from today also - changes to that are available online as are the NOTAMs between the monthly updates.)
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Re: Military RAF Frequencies VHF/UHF

Postby Radioshane » Mon Feb 02, 2015 8:08 pm

does anyone know if normal army I e not army air corps be able to picked up?
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Re: Military RAF Frequencies VHF/UHF

Postby Militaryspotter7 » Mon Feb 02, 2015 11:13 pm

Radioshane wrote:does anyone know if normal army I e not army air corps be able to picked up?



no you need to be at Salisbury plain, you will get apache and lynx so maybe trying them they sometimes on exercise pass troop frequency info across
the british army ( troops use clansman radios) they also have frequency hopping systems. I have heard troops before but not often.
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Re: Military RAF Frequencies VHF/UHF

Postby sammy3417 » Sat Apr 25, 2015 12:18 pm

Edit 118.2750 UK EGVP MIDDLE WALLOP ARMY AIR CORPS TOWER is now 118.600
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Display Teams for 2015 A-A

Postby mjm320340 » Wed May 06, 2015 1:45 pm

Hi All,

Does anyone have the A-A for the T2 Hawk Role Demo Team and the BoB 75 Syncro Pair Spitfire and Typhoon please?

Cheers
Mike :walkietalkie: :walkietalkie: :thumbup: :thumbup: :mrgreeny:
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Re: Military RAF Frequencies VHF/UHF

Postby Militaryspotter7 » Wed May 06, 2015 2:35 pm

Bbmf syncro used tower mate
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Re: Military RAF Frequencies VHF/UHF

Postby Radioshane » Mon May 18, 2015 5:48 pm

Millitary spotter 7
I thought all H.M. armed forces had gone over to the bowman joint tactical software defined radio!
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Re: Military RAF Frequencies VHF/UHF

Postby Radioshane » Mon May 18, 2015 5:49 pm

military spotter 7 How come there isn't any army to pick up at queen Elizabeth 2nd barracks strensall York?
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