Hey all... want to thank you for a very informative and useful scanning directory.
So... looking at the main file (MAIN UK SCAN DIRECTORY SEPT 2015) I see the following...
31.0375 39.9375 HOME CORDLESS ANALOGUE TELEPHONES CH.1 NATIONAL USAGE FM
31.0625 39.9625 HOME CORDLESS ANALOGUE TELEPHONES CH.2 NATIONAL USAGE FM
31.0875 39.9875 HOME CORDLESS ANALOGUE TELEPHONES CH.3 NATIONAL USAGE FM
31.1125 40.0125 HOME CORDLESS ANALOGUE TELEPHONES CH.4 NATIONAL USAGE FM
31.1375 40.0375 HOME CORDLESS ANALOGUE TELEPHONES CH.5 NATIONAL USAGE FM
31.1625 40.0625 HOME CORDLESS ANALOGUE TELEPHONES CH.6 NATIONAL USAGE FM
31.1875 40.0875 HOME CORDLESS ANALOGUE TELEPHONES CH.7 NATIONAL USAGE FM
31.2125 40.1125 HOME CORDLESS ANALOGUE TELEPHONES CH.8 NATIONAL USAGE FM
Now I have always got hits on these... always strongest on the 31MHz channels which I believe are the base. These hits are rare now as I know DECT has taken over and places such as Argos only now sell digital models... I did however notice some 31MHz sets are on sale at our local market he he.
So I understand why they are rarely used now compared to... say... 10 years back... but another problem I have is that many days I have to lock them out due to a strong noise on the channel.
Then I notice this in the file UK SPECTRUM BANDPLAN (1 kHz - 80 GHz)...
31.037 MHz - 31.212 MHz - Licence Exempt, Cordless Telephones (CT1; extended CT1; CT2 and DECT)
31.0375 39.9375 CH.1
31.0625 39.9625 CH.2
31.0875 39.9875 CH.3
31.1125 40.0125 CH.4
31.1375 40.0375 CH.5
31.1625 40.0625 CH.6
31.1875 40.0875 CH.7
31.2125 40.1125 CH.8
What stood out to me was the DECT bit... I always thought they were 900MHz and above? Is that the noise I am hearing?