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St Johns Ambulance Frequencies

Postby AshtonMobileScanner » Wed Mar 06, 2013 12:18 am

Does anybody know the St Johns Ambulance frequencies?

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Re: St Johns Ambulance

Postby 2E0AIV » Wed Mar 06, 2013 1:30 am

St john's Ambulance use the 7 UK Simple Light (UKGen) VHF frequencies with a CTCSS of 186.2. I can confirm that this is the case in North Norfolk as i have heard them on exercise, and am led to believe that they are nationwide for St.John's and mentioned in the WTR database for a UK Gen licence.

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St John Ambulance Frequencies

Postby SilverShadow » Wed Mar 06, 2013 10:08 am

Yep as 2E0AIV said they have a UK Wide UKG simple light licence and use the frequencies as listed in the post here across the UK (as do The red cross)...
viewtopic.php?f=8&t=8

They also have a UK wide licence which they can also use if they need better coverage for an event/incident anywhere in The UK with the following frequencies (Lic 0295652)...

St. John Ambulance UK WIDE
TX: 453.3625 MHz
RX: 459.8625 MHz

St. John Ambulance UK WIDE
TX: 166.7500 MHz
RX: 171.5500 MHz

St. John Ambulance UK WIDE
TX: 163.3000 MHz
RX: 158.8000 MHz

St. John Ambulance UK WIDE
TX: 163.5125 MHz
RX: 159.0125 MHz

St. John Ambulance UK WIDE
TX: 163.0875 MHz
RX: 158.5875 MHz

St. John Ambulance UK WIDE
TX: 166.2875 MHz
RX: 171.0875 MHz

Also they still use their old VHF frequency quite often in areas and on events of 153.7125 ;)
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Re: St Johns Ambulance

Postby SilverShadow » Sun Mar 24, 2013 8:27 pm

Oh and just to note, St. John Ambulance and Red Cross work hand in hand most of the time so you will find the above frequencies used by both.

There's a good PDF St. John Ambulance document here about their radio communications...
http://jps55.user.srcf.net/varia/sja/rc ... 090129.pdf

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Re: St Johns Ambulance Frequencies

Postby m0lsx » Sun Mar 24, 2013 8:52 pm

It is also worth adding Raynet frequencies to those. As not only do St John & Red Cross work with Raynet, but they also have many members who are licensed.
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Re: St Johns Ambulance Frequencies

Postby SilverShadow » Sun Mar 24, 2013 9:06 pm

That's a great idea Alan, so if we put the SJA/Red Cross Licenced Frequencies, the UKG VHF (simple licence frequencies they commonly use) and the Raynet frequencies together in one list then that would make a much more complete picture ;)

AshtonMobileScanner do you mind if I edit your first post so it includes a full list of all frequencies The SJA/Red Cross use?
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Re: St Johns Ambulance Frequencies

Postby DX Jim » Mon Mar 25, 2013 7:01 pm

It is rare you hear raynet though and do they have a set frequency plan?
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Re: St Johns Ambulance Frequencies

Postby m0lsx » Mon Mar 25, 2013 7:16 pm

http://www.raynet-uk.net/main/raynetfreqs.asp


3.663 National co-ordination during emergencies
7.110 National co-ordination during emergencies
51.650 FM
51.750 FM
51.770 FM
51.790 FM
70.350 FM
70.375 FM
70.400 FM
144.260 USB
144.625 FM
144.650 FM
144.675 FM
144.775 FM
144.800 Data communication (shared with APRS) And ISS.
145.200 FM Emergency Communications Groups utilising this frequency should take steps to avoid interference to ISS operations in non-emergency situations.
145.225 FM
433.700 FM 433.700 is listed as IARU Region 1 packet as well as emergency communications.
433.725 FM
433.750 FM
433.775 FM
438.400 FM, Voice repeater
430.800
Base TX on 438, mobiles TX on 430 (-7.6MHz repeater shift. This has been chosen so that usage is compatible with most modern radios which have a wide negative shift available as standard).
This is a 7.6MHz split repeater pair in the 70cm "wide" repeater section. Further information about this portion of the band can be found on the RSGB's Repeater Management Committee website.
432.775 FM, Voice repeater
434.375
Base TX on 432, mobiles TX on 434 (standard +1.6MHz repeater shift)
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Re: St Johns Ambulance Frequencies

Postby DX Jim » Mon Mar 25, 2013 7:41 pm

Excellent thankyou much appreciated
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Re: St John Ambulance Frequencies

Postby francis211 » Sat Apr 27, 2013 11:42 pm

SilverShadow wrote:163.0875 UK WIDE

CTCSS 192.8 might be for UK WIDE too.

SilverShadow wrote:St. John Ambulance UK WIDE 166.2875

This frequancy might have gone to TETRA or some kinda Digital.

Also there another frequency for London that dosnt match any of the above
I am getting a CTCSS 88.5 but there are two frequency licensed under 165.075 MHz, One of them is the SJA other is a COMREP.

TX: 165.075 MHz
RX: 169.875 MHz

Here my grid with all the repeaters i made that might help out. http://gridreferencefinder.com/?gr=TQ32 ... MREP|1&v=r
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