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Simple Site PMR licence.

Postby m0lsx » Sat Sep 24, 2016 8:16 am

A Church local to me & a Weatherspoons pub have these, so the frequencies are worth keeping an ear on.
This lience allows for mobile & base operation at a maximum ERP of 2 watts & with a maximum antenna height of 15 meters. Base stations are not permitted to directly communicate with other bases.
No mention is made of handheld radios, so presumably the watt limit also applies to all mobile radios.
Several frequencies within the 26mhz CB spectrum are licensed & no transmission of music is permitted.
Sample licence..
http://ofcom.org.uk/static/businessradio/BusinessRadioSimpleSite.pdf

Frequencies & bandwidth taken from the above sample licence.
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The above gives band width & other relevant information.
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Re: Simple Site PMR licence.

Postby m0lsx » Sat Sep 24, 2016 8:32 am

The following are frequency only. For bandwidth see the above thumbnails.
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Re: Simple Site PMR licence.

Postby G4RMT » Sat Sep 24, 2016 9:33 am

2 Watts and 15m means that despite bases not being able to talk to bases, they would actually be quite able to cover a decent distance, wouldn't they? Hmmmmm
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Re: Simple Site PMR licence.

Postby m0lsx » Sat Sep 24, 2016 9:48 am

26 mhz with 2 watts erp would cover miles, especially to a mobile station.
I have worked America on 5 watts FM into an inefficient antenna & most of the CB'ers seem to use rubbish like the Antron. so a decent antenna would achieve a great deal on FM, yes.
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Re: Simple Site PMR licence.

Postby m0lsx » Sat Sep 24, 2016 10:06 am

Just to add. During WW2 the stay behind & fight to the death Auxillery Units who were to fight a guerilla war in the event of a German invasion were issued with radio sets that operated in the 48 to 65 MHz range with a power output of about 1.5 watts, these were fed into Coax that was incredibly high loss & then into concealed antennas that were inefficient.
The range was said to be "Normally up to 30 miles," but depending upon terrain one link was 64 miles. This was speech & thus AM.
2 watts erp on 49 mhz FM into an efficient antenna at 15 meters would thus give you a lot better range than the WW2 guys achieved.
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Re: Simple Site PMR licence.

Postby AndrewIrvine » Thu Sep 29, 2016 10:23 am

My local Wetherspoons has these frequencies listed, but they are data bursts, not voice traffic. Some of the staff carry little square devices on their belts, but I'm not sure what they do.
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Re: Simple Site PMR licence.

Postby m0lsx » Thu Sep 29, 2016 12:24 pm

AndrewIrvine wrote:My local Wetherspoons has these frequencies listed, but they are data bursts, not voice traffic. Some of the staff carry little square devices on their belts, but I'm not sure what they do.


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