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Re: split

Postby Davie Boy » Thu Nov 29, 2018 5:12 pm

Minus1 wrote: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.


There are many defined splits in the 401 to 429 MHz range...

For example 422.5375 is a defined split with 412.5375...

420.0125 is a defined split with 410.0125...

It may be possible to calculate the obvious split however I agree with the military they can use whatever split they define...
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Re: split

Postby Minus1 » Fri Nov 30, 2018 9:58 am

Davie Boy wrote:
Minus1 wrote: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.


There are many defined splits in the 401 to 429 MHz range...

For example 422.5375 is a defined split with 412.5375...

420.0125 is a defined split with 410.0125...

It may be possible to calculate the obvious split however I agree with the military they can use whatever split they define...


Yes, but the examples you give relate to Arqiva, and Airwave TETRA in London, neither of which are military per se.
I reserve the right to ignore people who have made no attempt to the read the manual, and expect others to do it for them.
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