Kettering

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Kettering

Postby jellyfiss » Tue Apr 11, 2017 12:32 pm

85.9625 72.4625 Bale's Private Hire Taxis, KETTERING
456.625 MHz PR Limited - Newlands Centre Kettering
TX: 453.1 MHz PR Limited - Newlands Centre Kettering
RX: 459.6 MHz PR Limited - Newlands Centre Kettering
TX: 453.8 MHz Morrison Supermarket Kettering
RX: 460.3 MHz Morrison Supermarket Kettering
TX: 453.9875 MHz Morrison Supermarket Kettering
RX: 460.4875 MHz Morrison Supermarket Kettering
TX: 453.025 MHz Morrison Supermarket Kettering
RX: 459.525 MHz Morrison Supermarket Kettering
TX: 165.1625 MHz Kettering Borough Crime Initiative Newlands Shopping Centre
RX: 169.9625 MHz Kettering Borough Crime Initiative Newlands Shopping Centre
TX: 165.1625 MHz Kettering Borough Crime Initiative Newlands Shopping Centre
RX: 169.9625 MHz Kettering Borough Crime Initiative Newlands Shopping Centre
TX: 455.6125 MHz Colour Code: 02 Tranex Telecommunications, 29 High Street KETTERING
RX: 460.9125 MHz Colour Code: 02 Tranex Telecommunications, 29 High Street KETTERING
TX: 455.525 MHz Colour Code: 03 Tranex Telecommunications, 29 High Street KETTERING
RX: 461.175 MHz Colour Code: 03 Tranex Telecommunications, 29 High Street KETTERING
TX: 455.575 MHz Colour Code: 2 Kettering General Hospital
RX: 461.225 MHz Colour Code: 2 Kettering General Hospital
TX: 454.05 MHz Kettering General Hospital
TX: 460.025 MHz APCOA Car Park
RX: 460.025 MHz APCOA Car Park
TX: 168.3 MHz The Buccleuch Living Heritage Trust
TX: 165.75 MHz Colour Code: 5, 6 Kettering Borough Council
RX: 170.55 MHz Colour Code: 5, 6 Kettering Borough Council
TX: 166.15 MHz Colour Code: 5, 6 Kettering Borough Council
RX: 170.95 MHz Colour Code: 5, 6 Kettering Borough Council
TX: 167.3875 MHz Dp Business Services TAXIS
RX: 172.1875 MHz Dp Business Services TAXIS
TX: 163.0375 MHz Dp Business Services TAXIS
RX: 158.5375 MHz Dp Business Services TAXIS
TX: 461.35 MHz WINCANTON PLC
RX: 461.35 MHz WINCANTON PLC
TX: 453.175 MHz WINCANTON PLC
RX: 459.675 MHz WINCANTON PLC
TX: 461.4 MHz WINCANTON PLC
RX: 461.4 MHz WINCANTON PLC
TX: 453.925 MHz WINCANTON PLC
RX: 460.425 MHz WINCANTON PLC
TX: 456.75 MHz Bsh Home Appliances Limited
RX: 462.25 MHz Bsh Home Appliances Limited
TX: 165.0625 MHz Premier Taxis
RX: 169.8625 MHz Premier Taxis
169.000 Wicksteed Park
169.2875 Wicksteed Park
TX: 166.7625 MHz Wicksteed Park
RX: 171.5625 MHz Wicksteed Park
TX: 455.4875 MHz N.I.S.E. SECURITY AND FACILITY MANAGEMENT LTD
RX: 460.7875 MHz N.I.S.E. SECURITY AND FACILITY MANAGEMENT LTD
TX: 453.55 MHz East Midlands Trains Limited
RX: 453.55 MHz East Midlands Trains Limited
TX: 163.1125 MHz Colour Code: 02 Bishop Stopford C of E School
RX: 158.6125 MHz Colour Code: 02 Bishop Stopford C of E School
TX: 167.1375 MHz R W Beaty (Farms) Limited
RX: 171.9375 MHz R W Beaty (Farms) Limited
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Re: Kettering

Postby AndrewIrvine » Tue Apr 11, 2017 9:12 pm

Is this a copy and paste off the WTR, can they be confirmed if it is? In the WTR they don't always put the right colour codes. I also have frequencies etc in my boxes the WTR says shouldn't be what I've programmed in.
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Re: Kettering

Postby USAFE501 » Tue Apr 11, 2017 11:37 pm

Hi guys,
Great listing,,,,but didn't think we were allowed to post colour codes on this forum ?

Thanks for the info

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Re: Kettering

Postby Minus1 » Wed Apr 12, 2017 8:33 am

USAFE501 wrote:Hi guys,
Great listing,,,,but didn't think we were allowed to post colour codes on this forum ?

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Colour codes are just the digital equivalent of CTCSS/DCS.

Nonsense statements about not being able to post colour codes, are made by complete numpties who see the word "code" and think it means "encryption".

They should buy themselves a dictionary.
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Re: Kettering

Postby Minus1 » Wed Apr 12, 2017 8:44 am

To which I would add RAF Molesworth (USAF)

P25 system (so you need a P25 capable digital receiver such as the UBCD3600XLT)

System 169-2. Site 4. Most use NAC164.

404.525 Control
404.825 Talk
404.875 Talk
405.1 Talk (this uses NAC293 for some unknown reason)

Each will have an equivalent mobile input frequency, but haven't found those yet.
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Re: Kettering

Postby G4RMT » Wed Apr 12, 2017 11:12 am

Nobody has ever said code as encryption in any sense that I can remember. It's simply a rule, that all members should follow. Doesn't matter if you agree with something or not. If you don't wish to follow the rule, then start your own forum and pay the bills. calling the people who run the forum names is just childish and helps form opinions. Colour codes are something you just have to work out for yourself - and lets me honest CTCSS is a receive function to silence traffic. colour codes enable reception. Totally different - not remotely an equivalent!
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Re: Kettering

Postby AndrewIrvine » Wed Apr 12, 2017 9:16 pm

There are no official rules regarding talk groups / tones etc in this group. If there are, can you provide a link? I have been asking for months for a definitive set of rules to be made public, it hasn't happened. I have a private message from Silver Shadow to continue as I am. I was lambasted by backseat admins / moderators for posting stuff the real admins had of mine before I even found this site. I wasn't allowed to post similar stuff other people had of my own work. If an admin posted my work, it was fine, if I continued on the same vein, it was wrong. The Scarecrow in The Wizard of Oz made more sense than this group has.
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Re: Kettering

Postby AndrewIrvine » Wed Apr 12, 2017 11:10 pm

I gave up after the first line, the rest you have put was a waste of time. I was told to continue as before. This group has no set rules.

I was not told anything of the sort by KIm. I have never seen anything of what you have posted.

Why don't the admins / mods of this page just get together, post what the rules are. Until then, whatever moj etc put is futile. I've been told what I'm putting is killing the hobby, no, what back seat moderators are inflicting is.
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Re: Kettering

Postby moj » Wed Apr 12, 2017 11:40 pm

You seriously are a muppet mate , first of all I haven't reported you but I posted this to try and show you with the copy and pasted text that its all genuine and we did receive that off kim regarding forum rules etc but for some strange reason you hate authority or rules and just want to scream and argueand dismiss everything that's said ?

you won't even listen to advice off anybody and presume everybody is lying and making it up as we go along !

hopefully if kim read's this she will comment herself and as other post's have said I think its time you start your own forum with your own rules if your not happy with how this one is run and then you can scream and shout all you want mate .
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Re: Kettering

Postby Minus1 » Thu Apr 13, 2017 9:07 am

I'm completely with Andrew on this.
CTCSS, DCS, Colour Codes, NAC codes, all work in exactly the same way, despite bizarre claims by others that they do not (for which no evidence whatsoever is presented).

If you specify 'search' on an analog transmission with a CTCSS code, it reveals it.
if you specify that CTCSS code, it passes that signal, and rejects signals with all other codes.

If you specify 'search' on an analog transmission with a DCS code, it reveals it.
if you specify that DCS code, it passes that signal, and rejects signals with all other codes.

If you specify 'search' on an digital DMR transmission with a colour code, it reveals it.
if you specify that colour code, it passes that signal, and rejects signals with all other codes.

If you specify 'search' on an digital P25 transmission with an NAC code, it reveals it.
if you specify that NAC code, it passes that signal, and rejects signals with all other codes.

That is how all these codes were designed to work.
Claims that CTCSS and DCS are allowed but Colour Codes are not, make no logical sense whatsoever, and serve to confuse those who are still trying to figure out how to make the best of their scanner.

Those who insist that this rule must be obeyed, need to provide a proper written explanation of why.
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