NOTTINGHAM - FREQUENCY LIST

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Re: NOTTINGHAM - FREQUENCY LIST

Postby Neil57uk » Tue May 23, 2017 9:03 pm

Its one of EMA's trunked channels. Can be heard in Nottingham. Not normally a single (simplex) freq.
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Re: NOTTINGHAM - FREQUENCY LIST

Postby bigpimp347 » Sun Aug 20, 2017 10:54 am

anyone got anything up to date for the Nottingham area ??

getting lots of DMR hits but no audio using DSD+ only RR repeater and one frequency.
not a lot of local POCSAG either, a few frequencies but nothing local.
NXDN48 can find one or two but nothing decoded or heard..

so where has all the analogue gone to ??

using a Pro-2006, diamond X50 in the loft
i don't use my SDR as it receives pretty poor..

trying to gather a list of what i actually hear..
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Re: NOTTINGHAM - FREQUENCY LIST

Postby Davie Boy » Fri Oct 27, 2017 11:50 pm

Still a lot of analogue left but I agree digital has taken over fast here....

Most VHF trunked has gone to DMR VHF and the trams to TETRA....

Paging has gotten less and less.... Have you tried the other bands other than 153?.... Hospitals, Fire, Rescue etc?....

There are a few DMR carriers around here with no voice too so expect to get DMR signals with no voice....

Keep listening good buddy....
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Re: NOTTINGHAM - FREQUENCY LIST

Postby radiogaga1990 » Sun Jan 07, 2018 2:15 am

Hello all,

Just managed to get my rtl-sdr dongle up and running with dsd +. The first digital radio signal I have stumbled across in my area (Hucknall - just north of Nottingham) is a taxi firm on 441.725. From listening it seems they are based around Ilkeston/ Kirk Hallam but the signal is very strong here. Can hear base and drivers on the same frequency.
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Re: NOTTINGHAM - FREQUENCY LIST

Postby Minus1 » Sun Jan 07, 2018 10:30 am

441.725 is in the base part of a base/mobile paired band, split by 14.5 MHz.

Base: 440.0 to 443.4875
Mobile: 425.5 to 428.9875

If you can hear both on 441.725 it will be because the transmitter is set to repeat mobile transmissions, sometimes called 'talk-thru' mode.
The mobiles will transmit on 427.225.
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Re: NOTTINGHAM - FREQUENCY LIST

Postby Davie Boy » Tue Jan 09, 2018 8:25 pm

radiogaga1990 wrote:Just managed to get my rtl-sdr dongle up and running with dsd +. The first digital radio signal I have stumbled across in my area (Hucknall - just north of Nottingham) is a taxi firm on 441.725. From listening it seems they are based around Ilkeston/ Kirk Hallam but the signal is very strong here. Can hear base and drivers on the same frequency.


Its a repeater in Mapperly and can be heard all around Notts and beyond... Its a CBS so there are just Taxis on there now but there could be other users joining with other TGs... :mrcool:
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Re: NOTTINGHAM - FREQUENCY LIST

Postby bigpimp347 » Thu Apr 05, 2018 2:41 pm

461.4875 recently heard this morning..
not sure on tone as were too quick to decode.

also i hear DHL and EMA on 446.150 210.7hz claim to be only 1w but they're strong everywhere.
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