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Freqencies Hull

Postby Louis_Harvatt » Sun Mar 25, 2018 12:40 am

Hello,

So I am fairly new to radio scanning and to this forum so I'm wondering does anyone have any active frequencies for Hull.

Thanks

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Re: Freqencies Hull

Postby Minus1 » Sun Mar 25, 2018 8:55 am

Not by area, but these have been reported:
157.1 FM Marine:22 Hull
160.825 FM :64 Coastguard MSI Easington, Humber
177.325 Hull Transport
177.5 Hull Transport
177.675 Hull Transport

Humberside Airport EGNJ:
119.125 AM Humberside Approach (119:130 AMn from 2018-03-29)
122.05 AM Spurnair Ops Handling
124.125 AM Humberside ATIS (124:130 AMn from 2018-03-29)
124.9 AM Humberside Tower
129.25 AMn 129:255 EGNJ Humberside Radar
130.6 AM Swissport Handling
130.7 AM reported Bristow Ops Humberside

130.425 AM EGCF Sandtoft, Humberside

Verified ATC transmissions from Rothwell on the Lincolnshire Wolds:
121.325 AM EGPX Scottish ATC — North Sea Area (Humber sector)
125.275 AM Anglia Radar (primary) Southern North Sea
126.78333 AMn 126:785 EGTT London Upper (NE 11) ^Rothwell^
126.925 AM EGPX Scottish Upper (SE) (Montrose South sector?)
128.925 AM Anglia Radar (2º) Southern North Sea
135.075 AM EGVV Swanik MIlitary (NE ICF)
259.6 AM EGVV Swanik Mil (East ICF) (Gamston Corridor)
270.05 AM EGVV Swanik Mil (NE secondary)
275.65 AM EGVV Swanik Mil (East) (Southern North Sea)
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Re: Freqencies Hull

Postby Louis_Harvatt » Sun Mar 25, 2018 6:59 pm

Thanks, I will get them inputted to my Baofeng
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Re: Freqencies Hull

Postby RadioWatcher » Sun Mar 25, 2018 7:47 pm

Louis_Harvatt wrote:Thanks, I will get them inputted to my Baofeng



they are not scanners !
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Re: Freqencies Hull

Postby Chris P » Sun Mar 25, 2018 8:03 pm

Baofeng are also usually NBFM only so the airband am frequencies will be useless
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Re: Freqencies Hull

Postby Louis_Harvatt » Tue Mar 27, 2018 8:48 pm

Ahh right sorry im new to using radio's do you know any frequencies that I can input into my Radio.
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Re: Freqencies Hull

Postby maylandmanta » Wed Mar 28, 2018 7:43 pm

Take a look at the topic https://www.ukradioscanning.com/viewtop ... f=7&t=6140.

Theres a couple of links to marine frequencies on the Humber area.

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Re: Freqencies Hull

Postby m0lsx » Wed Mar 28, 2018 8:35 pm

Louis_Harvatt wrote:Ahh right sorry im new to using radio's do you know any frequencies that I can input into my Radio.


Just so you know. What you have is a Transceiver. That is a radio that transmits & receives. Any radio transmitter either needs to be designed to EU specifications for licence free frequencies & thus it does not need a licence. And your radio is not one of these, or it needs a licence to own & use & I assume you do not have one of those.
Without a licence you stand a chance of prosecution & the fines can be heavy.
But having said the above, many, many people use your type of radio with no licence & no problems at all. It is all down to how visible you make yourself BUT please take care do not input transmit frequencies on frequencies you cannot legally use. Accidents can & do happen & it's when you start pirating someone else's legally held frequency that you stand a very good chance of being reported & then possibly even getting tracked down.
I am not trying to put you off the hobby, I just want you to make an informed choice & not do anything accidentally that you would not do deliberately.
What I do is I put a licence free 446 frequency or preferably 000 as the transmit frequency. Like that your radio transmitter operates as a receiver only, or on a licence free frequency only on transmit.
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Re: Freqencies Hull

Postby yorksguy83 » Wed Mar 28, 2018 11:36 pm

The park and ride ones on 177's went years ago, stagecoach took over the service
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Re: Freqencies Hull

Postby Louis_Harvatt » Thu Mar 29, 2018 1:22 pm

m0lsx wrote:
Louis_Harvatt wrote:Ahh right sorry im new to using radio's do you know any frequencies that I can input into my Radio.


Just so you know. What you have is a Transceiver. That is a radio that transmits & receives. Any radio transmitter either needs to be designed to EU specifications for licence free frequencies & thus it does not need a licence. And your radio is not one of these, or it needs a licence to own & use & I assume you do not have one of those.
Without a licence you stand a chance of prosecution & the fines can be heavy.
But having said the above, many, many people use your type of radio with no licence & no problems at all. It is all down to how visible you make yourself BUT please take care do not input transmit frequencies on frequencies you cannot legally use. Accidents can & do happen & it's when you start pirating someone else's legally held frequency that you stand a very good chance of being reported & then possibly even getting tracked down.
I am not trying to put you off the hobby, I just want you to make an informed choice & not do anything accidentally that you would not do deliberately.
What I do is I put a licence free 446 frequency or preferably 000 as the transmit frequency. Like that your radio transmitter operates as a receiver only, or on a licence free frequency only on transmit.



Thank you I will be take this into consideration I will enquire to purchasing a licence thanks you for the heads up
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