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Postby UHF » Fri Nov 16, 2018 12:31 pm

hello all can anyone help , does anyone know of a split to 414.700mhz please
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Re: split

Postby Minus1 » Fri Nov 16, 2018 3:10 pm

I don't even know anything on 414.7.
if it's military, anywhere in the range 401 to 429.9875 is likely.
Many military split freqs have a locally set split, rather than use a nationally defined split.
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Re: split

Postby m0lsx » Fri Nov 16, 2018 4:20 pm

UHF wrote:hello all can anyone help , does anyone know of a split to 414.700mhz please


What did you hear? Could it possibly have been one of the muppets with a ebay type tranciver?
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Re: split

Postby UHF » Fri Nov 16, 2018 4:31 pm

Bravo control, echo 5 and 7 secure
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Re: split

Postby m0lsx » Fri Nov 16, 2018 4:45 pm

Ofcom does issue some very strange licences. For example inland PMR licences in the marine band. And I know of a Hospital simplex frequency that is between normally used channels in a normally duplex licenced area.
So this could easily be some dodgy security company using unlicensed ebay radios, on a building site.
I cannot imagine the Military using FM for base security now, but it's always a possibility.
The best way to identify this is to listen & maybe use your handheld horizontally to DF it.
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Re: split

Postby warlock01 » Mon Nov 19, 2018 6:57 pm

hi, what makes you think that is a frequency split involved ??. are you hearing both transmissions at the same strenth ??. that would possibly indicate a repeated signal (unless you was close the the signal source) or do the transmissions vary. that would indicate simplex transmission.. as as somebody posted the inputs and outputs . on this type of frequency range differ . unlike pmr, bands
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Re: split

Postby Alfie » Tue Nov 27, 2018 5:04 pm

From the uk scanning directory https://ukscanningdirectory.co.uk/

414.700 Salisbury Plain, Military APCO-P25 Net WILTSHIRE DIG KimmyJS19 Mar 2013

it appears to be simplex or same freq parrot repeater ??
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Re: split

Postby Minus1 » Tue Nov 27, 2018 5:58 pm

Alfie wrote:From the uk scanning directory https://ukscanningdirectory.co.uk/

414.700 Salisbury Plain, Military APCO-P25 Net WILTSHIRE DIG KimmyJS19 Mar 2013

it appears to be simplex or same freq parrot repeater ??


Not likely to be relevant to someone who seems to be near Carlisle; and not a Salisbury Plain P25 freq I've detected in the last few years.
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Re: split

Postby Alfie » Wed Nov 28, 2018 12:22 am

Minus1 wrote:Not likely to be relevant to someone who seems to be near Carlisle; and not a Salisbury Plain P25 freq I've detected in the last few years

No need to be snobby i have never replied to you like that. the fact he was near Carlisle was not mentioned in the post and i cannot read minds.

The question was

does anyone know of a split to 414.700mhz please


you said

Minus1 wrote:I don't even know anything on 414.7


i said

Alfie wrote:From the uk scanning directory https://ukscanningdirectory.co.uk/

414.700 Salisbury Plain, Military APCO-P25 Net WILTSHIRE DIG KimmyJS19 Mar 2013

it appears to be simplex or same freq parrot repeater ??


to me i think mine was a more helpful response. he never said if analogue or digital and it shows the frequency is used simplex by the military rather than "I don't even know anything on 414.7" that you said, and its not only in the scanning directory but my own logs from a visit in 2015. if you missed it i'm sorry but it is a Salisbury frequency. i also have a lot more plus other info on the systems which i am willing to share.
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Re: split

Postby Minus1 » Wed Nov 28, 2018 3:53 pm

You can, however, read his previous posts, which indicate where he is.
Of course he could put that in his profile, but many people don't, so you have to do a little detective work. :thumbup:
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