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Re: Nationally Allocated / 'must have' frequencies.

Postby m0lsx » Thu Mar 09, 2017 9:19 am

G4RMT wrote: Here are the Sennheiser channels in my hire rack - they're in use all over the country - especially in theatres, and touring venues.


They are within the old Radio Astronomy spectrum.
The spectrum just above Radio Astronomy was for TV's & the spectrum below was set aside for Channel 5, so also for TV's. But they moved Radio Astronomy to make way or radio microphones, despite the fact Channel 5 no longer needed it's allocation.
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Re: Nationally Allocated / 'must have' frequencies.

Postby Neil57uk » Sun Mar 12, 2017 1:53 pm

Andrew

A good list. Done somthing very similar myself for years. I would add the likes of SaR, SJA, BRC, SAA, HMCG, Fireground etc.

On your list GBRF and Colas are nationwide. The RETB allocation that includes England is Ch.220 and is the depot test channel.

Bristow at PIK is a new one.

You list four for the Reds. These have appeared on lists for years but other than the main channel have yet to see any reports of or monitor any of the others but welcome coments from others.
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Re: Nationally Allocated / 'must have' frequencies.

Postby AndrewIrvine » Sun Mar 12, 2017 9:58 pm

It's just what I have. I could add more but if I copy and paste off my Freescan I have to delete a lot of junk from cells, which is time consuming. I have the full range of amateur in 2m, 4m, 6m and 70cm simplex allocations, firefighters, Search and Rescue, RAYNET, marine, rail RETB etc. I just haven't had the time to put them in. When fully loaded my 3500 has about 1700 memories used up. I have programmes for Ayrshire and surrounding, Carlisle, Morecambe (Lancaster, South Lakes, Blackpool etc) and Cheshire / Merseyside /Manchester. I load up for the area I'm in, but put the lot in when travelling from here to Cheshire or Lancashire. My next main job is to nab the Blackpool Tower. Lots of chat on DMR, nobody seems to have put anything in for it. I'll be there in mid June.
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Re: Nationally Allocated / 'must have' frequencies.

Postby m0lsx » Sun Mar 12, 2017 11:23 pm

AndrewIrvine wrote: When fully loaded my 3500 has about 1700 memories used up.


I only have a few programmed channels in my 3500, I think less than 10, as my 3500 is used exclusively on close call. Do you alpha tag your channels? As I believe that reduces the number of channels.
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Re: Nationally Allocated / 'must have' frequencies.

Postby Neil57uk » Mon Mar 13, 2017 9:37 am

Andrew

Blackpool Tower? Assume you mean the big tall thing rather than the airport

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Re: Nationally Allocated / 'must have' frequencies.

Postby AndrewIrvine » Mon Mar 13, 2017 10:33 am

Well, yes, I'd have said 'airport' otherwise. I was in the tower last year and heard a lot of DMR like beeps, I had the kit to listen in with me in the hotel but was too busy with other things.
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Re: Nationally Allocated / 'must have' frequencies.

Postby Neil57uk » Mon Mar 13, 2017 10:50 pm

Andrew

That was my attempt at humour.

Tower is still analogue.
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