Warehouse in Stevenage....strange ?

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Warehouse in Stevenage....strange ?

Postby USAFE501 » Fri Aug 16, 2019 8:32 pm

Hi Guys,
Just confirmed a well known cash and carry warehouse open to the public (by membership) just opened in last few weeks in Stevenage , Hertfordshire.
Using analogue and NOT dmr , 453.300 mhz simplex.....strange thing is I thought DMR was the preferred method , even stranger is the fact that they are using no ctcss or dcs tones !!
Cant remember last time i had a user without any tones.... :?: :?: :?:

Be interesting to know if this is the norm for them UK wide ??

Thanks,
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Re: Warehouse in Stevenage....strange ?

Postby m0lsx » Fri Aug 16, 2019 10:45 pm

Costco has been listed on that frequency in Newcastle.
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Re: Warehouse in Stevenage....strange ?

Postby thelad » Sat Aug 17, 2019 10:03 am

If they buy the handsets rather than hire them then its just as cheap to stay Analogue.
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Re: Warehouse in Stevenage....strange ?

Postby USAFE501 » Sat Aug 17, 2019 8:17 pm

Evening,
Thanks for replies , Must admit I just assumed shop type comms would be DMR , but just a little surprised there was no tone either dcs or ctcss - I even went back to the location following day with a different radio as I thought my uniden was playing up and not decoding the tones !!!! :huh:

We go from one extreme to another....slots,colour codes etc to absolutely nothing :shocker: :shocker: :shocker:


Have a nice weekend,
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