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BRIGHTON West Sussex - Shop/Security Frequencies

Postby SilverShadow » Mon Dec 31, 2012 9:56 pm

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BRIGHTON West Sussex - Security Frequencies

Triple A Event Security
BRIGHTON
TX: 456.600 MHz
RX: 462.100 MHz


Resolve Security
BRIGHTON
TX: 453.450 MHz
RX: 453.450 MHz


Debenhams Store
BRIGHTON
TX: 453.025 MHz
RX: 459.525 MHz


Axis Security
BRIGHTON
TX: 456.625 MHz
RX: 456.625 MHz


Brighton And Hove Business Crime Reduction Partnership
BRIGHTON
TX: 456.500 MHz
RX: 462.000 MHz


Brighton And Hove Business Crime Reduction Partnership
BRIGHTON
TX: 456.475 MHz
RX: 461.975 MHz


Brighton And Hove Business Crime Reduction Partnership
BRIGHTON
TX: 456.4125 MHz
RX: 461.9125 MHz


Brighton and Hove Business Forum BCRP
BRIGHTON
TX: 456.575 MHz
RX: 462.075 MHz

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Re: BRIGHTON West Sussex - Shop/Security Frequencies

Postby SiKi » Sun Dec 28, 2014 2:38 pm

The Brighton & Hove BCRP operate 4 Seperate channels, they are as follows

1-Nightsafe
2-London Road/St James St
3-Hove
4-City Centre

Does anyone know which of the above frequencies relates to the above channels and also the CTCSS or DTCS codes?
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Re: BRIGHTON West Sussex - Shop/Security Frequencies

Postby bigboyblue » Mon Dec 29, 2014 10:54 am

SiKi wrote:The Brighton & Hove BCRP operate 4 Seperate channels, they are as follows

1-Nightsafe
2-London Road/St James St
3-Hove
4-City Centre

Does anyone know which of the above frequencies relates to the above channels and also the CTCSS or DTCS codes?


Nightsafe: 461.912500 456.412500 DPL 343
London road: 461.975000 456.475000 DPL 243
Hove: 462.000000 456.500000 DPL 212
City centre: 462.075000 456.575000 DPL 431
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Re: BRIGHTON West Sussex - Shop/Security Frequencies

Postby bigboyblue » Mon Dec 29, 2014 11:03 am

to add:

Debenhams is on Kenwood nexedge radios, so digital, on the above freq.


Churchill square is digital, on hytera handhelds, so mototrbo compatible.

chan 1/2 453.087500
chan 3/4 453.175000

channels are: 1 - security/management. 2 - housekeeping / cleaners. 3 - emergency use. 4 - car parks
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Re: BRIGHTON West Sussex - Shop/Security Frequencies

Postby Alfie » Mon Dec 29, 2014 8:54 pm

This is great the wife and i are heading to brighton in january and these will keep me from being bored in the car while waiting for her and the mother in law on their never ending retail visits :laughs: i will have to miss out on the digital one for chruchill but at least i can hear the main shopwatch and nighsafe on my new toy (a kenwood TH-F7E)
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Re: BRIGHTON West Sussex - Shop/Security Frequencies

Postby bigboyblue » Mon Dec 29, 2014 9:53 pm

If you are there in the daytime, Ch 4 is the most active. Evenings, Ch1 has all the door staff and support units on it.

Police don't get involved in the system apart from a single pcso with the radio. The main people to listen out for are the 'BID' units, these are the roving street security guards - they wear black hi vis jackets.

You aren't missing much with Churchill square - they don't get involved in any security / shoplifting stuff, they stand and watch as they run through their mall !!. the only comms you will hear from them are things like drinks being spilt and escalators stopping.
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Re: BRIGHTON West Sussex - Shop/Security Frequencies

Postby Frequency Hopper » Tue Dec 30, 2014 1:51 am

bigboyblue wrote:Police don't get involved in the system apart from a single pcso with the radio.


It is the same story in my area. In fact all I ever see is PCSOs on the street doing beat and local bobby duties and no "real" coppers on the streets. I don't think the UK police are in their best state at the present time. Too much money spent on stupid expensive radio systems and red tape and paperwork and flashy BMWs rather than on wages for real bobbies :rolleyes:
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Re: BRIGHTON West Sussex - Shop/Security Frequencies

Postby SiKi » Thu Jan 01, 2015 5:47 pm

Does anyone have any other frequencies for the Brighton/Hove/Shoreham area?
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Re: BRIGHTON West Sussex - Shop/Security Frequencies

Postby bigboyblue » Fri Jan 02, 2015 10:42 pm

Shoreham has no shopwatch or pub watch so not a lot there.

Ive found some licenses on the WTR for 'chatterbox' who are a radio company.
456.375000
456.950000

Its listed with Ofcom as digital, I have only had it in the radio a couple of days and nothing heard as yet on analogue (to see if I can hear mototrbo sounds).

Looking at their website, they seem to imply on their events page they do loads of local stuff, including London to brighton bike rides etc.

However they also list a fair few events where I know they weren't the supplier at all (goodwood being one !), and re reading their 'list' it seems like its a list of events, rather than who they supply to......... (sneaky!)

Anyone got any clues if they are temp repeaters, or what they are used for ?



Oh and brighton council has 2 uhf digital repeaters listed too:

453.050000
453.150000

Nothing heard on those either yet.


Theres also 'comcir'

455.562500
455.737500

I hear them on the pubwatch channel, I assume this is their own network, nothing heard yet.
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Re: BRIGHTON West Sussex - Shop/Security Frequencies

Postby SiKi » Fri Jan 09, 2015 10:05 am

There's been some very odd noises over all 4 Brighton&Hove BCRP Channels over the last weeks. Has sounded like DTMF beeps and scrambled voices. But only on certain transmissions :-/ are they moving over to voice inversion scrambling?
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