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Glasgow and surrounding area

Postby AndrewIrvine » Tue Mar 27, 2018 4:11 pm

I don't expect these to all be still in use, I've had these festering in my 3500 for a while, but because I don't get around Glasgow / Lanarkshire as much as before, I can't check up on them. I know the Central and Queen Street stations are correct. I expect a few have changed frequency or mode, or both.

Maryhill Shopping Centre 442.62500
Princes Sq S C 453.40000 False
Queen Street Stn 453.55000 110.9Hz
Central Station 453.90000 82.5Hz
Central Assist 453.725 123.0
Parking Officers 442.87500
St Enoch Sec 456.65000 156.7Hz
Debenhams Argyle 442.67500 67.0Hz
Buchanan Gal Sec 445.87500 88.5Hz
Nike Buchanan St 462.37500 DCS 731
GAP Argyle St 449.31250 203.5Hz
Matalan Jamaica St 446.00620 DCS 023
Maplins St Enoch 446.08120 250.3Hz
Jury's Inn 446.31250
House of Fraser 461.36250 71.9Hz
Partick Watch 440.17500 94.8Hz
Riverside Museum 447.63750 114.8Hz
Riverside Museum 447.63750 179.9Hz
Forge Shopping C 165.21250 192.8Hz
Princes Sq E.K. 453.02500 141.3Hz
Plaza Sec E.K. 453.08750 67.0Hz
East Kilbride SC Security 456.75000 179.9Hz
Motherwell Watch 453.11250 67.0Hz
Motherwell CCTV 453.85000 67.0Hz
Motherwell FC 449.31250 94.8Hz
Regent Shopwatch 453.73750 71.9Hz
Regent SC Sec 456.02500 71.9Hz
New Cross SC Sec 456.02500 127.3Hz
Forge Market 447.65000 67.0Hz
Clyde Shopping C 442.67500
Clydeport Ops 447.78750
Clydebank SC Sec 442.67500
Coakley Buses 453.83750 94.8Hz
Glasgow Helipad 122.95000
Silverburn SC 453.77500 250.3Hz
Silverburn Mgmnt 445.87500 False 192.8Hz
X-Scape Braehead 456.65000 False 203.5Hz
The Burrell 440.37500
SECC 456.600 456.60000 114.8Hz
SECC 453.475 453.47500 114.8Hz
Kelvingrove Art 440.37500 67.0Hz
Buchanan Bus Stn 447.66250 DCS 054
Rutherglen S C 456.38750 DCS 606
Lanark Gritters 85.93750
Celtic Park 169.30000
Hamilton A.F.C. 164.08750 DCS 047


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Re: Glasgow and surrounding area

Postby Davie Boy » Thu Mar 29, 2018 2:28 pm

Great list... I wish there were more posters like you... especially around Notts :thumbup:
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Re: Glasgow and surrounding area

Postby AndrewIrvine » Thu Mar 29, 2018 10:43 pm

Thank you. I'm not sure how good a list it is now because I don't know how many are still in use. I'm moving to Lancashire in the next few months, not to a great radio area where I'm going, but I'll be able to get around Cumbria as well. I'm kind of hoping anyone in the area will listen in and see what is still used. I've basically handed people stuff on a plate. hopefully someone will help. Most on the list was gained in one day using a Strathclyde Day Tripper ticket.


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Re: Glasgow and surrounding area

Postby poglad » Tue Sep 04, 2018 4:42 pm

I will be in Glasgow on Friday evening, so I'll scan as many of these as possible and see if I can give some feedback! Thanks for posting them.
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Re: Glasgow and surrounding area

Postby AndrewIrvine » Tue Sep 04, 2018 10:54 pm

Most I'm assuming will be DMR, St Enoch's I'm certain is encrypted. It's also over a wide area, about 20 miles in a straight line.


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Re: Glasgow and surrounding area

Postby poglad » Thu Nov 01, 2018 8:48 pm

Here are all the frequencies/codes that were picked up while my radio was on scan during my day in Glasgow the other week... some of them are on scottyboy's list, but have apparently changed from analogue to DMR in the meantime. I'm afraid I didn't have time to try and ID any of them, but it's a start anyway.

454.250000 Somebody said "This is a test call"
456.400000 DMR CC9
165.175000
456.375000 DMR CC7
455.800000 DMR CC1
453.025000 DMR CC6
441.000000 NFM CTCSS 123.0
456.550000 NFM CTCSS 118.8
453.312500 NFM CTCSS 79.7
453.362500 NFM CTCSS 91.5
453.962500 NFM CTCSS 123.0
453.437500 DMR CC1
456.950000 DMR CC9
456.850000 DMR CC9
459.400000 NFM CTCSS 103.5Hz
453.337500 DMR CC12
469.800000 NFM DCS 654
453.187500 NFM CTCSS 123.0Hz
440.275000 NFM CTCSS 114.8Hz
453.750000 DMR CC2
456.350000 DMR CC4
456.325000 DMR CC9 Somebody talking about a blockage
456.687500 NFM DCS 071
456.387500 DMR CC1
456.462500 NFM DCS 065
456.862500 NFM DCS 114
456.687500 NFM DCS 261
456.337500 NFM DCS 054
461.300000 NFM DCS 632
449.312500 NFM CTCSS 156.7Hz
449.400000 NFM CTCSS 71.9Hz
449.400000 NFM CTCSS 88.5Hz
449.400000 NFM DCS 116
449.475000 NFM CTCSS 186.2Hz
440.325000 DMR CC4
453.350000 DMR CC8
453.812500 NFM CTCSS 110.9 Crane talk? "ease up!"
460.050000 NFM CTCSS 110.9
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