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Re: Security frequencies

Postby Adrian_NR30 » Thu Nov 02, 2017 5:34 pm

Group 4 Securicor also have an area defined licence allocated to them (No.: 300206 - England, Wales, Scotland & N. Ireland) with frequency of 456.0/461.5 Mhz.
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Re: Security frequencies

Postby Davie Boy » Mon Nov 06, 2017 11:15 pm

Adrian_NR30 wrote:Group 4 Securicor also have an area defined licence allocated to them (No.: 300206 - England, Wales, Scotland & N. Ireland) with frequency of 456.0/461.5 Mhz.

.....Yes sir you are very correct :thumbup: ....sorry I missed that :embarrased:

So the full line up for g4s is....


G4S FREQUENCIES (can be used by g4$ anywhere in UK)

456.9875 and accompanying SHORT TERM HIRE/SUPPLIERS LIGHT DUAL frequencies

NATIONAL SIMPLEX EXCLUSIVE license
447.875
456.000
461.300
461.500

SIMPLE LIGHT/UKG (shared with other users on other CTCSS/DCS tones)
Mainly use....
449.3125
449.4750
449.4750

....Plus others including fixed licence frequencies by area/establishment but the above are the most common
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Re: Security frequencies

Postby thelad » Sun Dec 17, 2017 2:51 pm

thelad wrote:Never seen any of them with a radio, who would they be talking to?

Just seen one with a Mototrbo handy on the vest and I assume he was talking to the other guy sat in the drivers seat, he was having a issue with a box, not sure if it was G4s as the van was unmarked and the vest the guy was wearing was also unmarked.
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Re: Security frequencies

Postby Davie Boy » Mon Dec 18, 2017 7:03 pm

thelad wrote:
thelad wrote:Just seen one with a Mototrbo handy on the vest and I assume he was talking to the other guy sat in the drivers seat, he was having a issue with a box, not sure if it was G4s as the van was unmarked and the vest the guy was wearing was also unmarked.


Mototrbo dp3400 look the main choice now for g4s and Loomis cash vans.... plus a lot of the cash machine maintenance guys.... usually double crewed.... the dp3400 are mostly replacing their popular motorola gp340 and 320 models and the older motorola cp040 models.... they seem to buy in bulk and renew gradually.... I expect to see them moving onto newer mototrbo models soon as the dp3400 are no longer made though they are still a popular model with radio suppliers....
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