UK MRT Search and Rescue Frequencies (Land VHF) 2015

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Re: UK MRT Search and Rescue Frequencies (Land VHF) 2015

Postby Neil57uk » Sat Apr 13, 2019 11:17 pm

Thanks. Chances are that will be Coniston MRT then.
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Re: UK MRT Search and Rescue Frequencies (Land VHF) 2015

Postby Tarifa-pirate » Mon Apr 29, 2019 4:41 pm

ANNEX D NATIONAL LAND SAR BAND PLAN 2010 For Major Incidents, see statements at conclusion of Band Plan Chan Frequency Allocation/Use: Remarks 62a 156.125 MHz Simplex R/T To be referred to as Channel 62a. It is m (FM 25 kHz) Common, inter-agency that this channel be constantly monitore and ground to helicopter Land SAR parties, mobiles, base station channel airborne units engaged on Land SAR in Not to be used sa TWC. Maximum auth operating ceiling is 6.500 foot 243 157.200 MHz Simplex R/T. To be To be referred to as Channel 24a Helicopter (FM 25 kHz) on of ground parties are to revert to Ch 62a ass winching transaction is complete. Helicopter the SAR helicopter should first decide whether or not the traffic crew, for communicating Channel 62a are consistent with sale, urine briefly with casualty communication with casualty / Land SARP party or Land SAR party to be used as a TWC. No repeaters bros winching on this channel, Maximum authorised operi is 6,500 feet 243 161.79375 MHz Simplex TWC (FM 12.5 kHz) 244 Land SAR Team Working Channel (TWC as a default on a no-ownership basis an so as avoid interference with other Land Operationally, may be shared by two or thorised operating ceiling is 6 As 243 above Simplex TWC 161.80625 MHz (FM 12.5 kHz) 158.64375 MHZ (FM 12.5 kHz) 531 Simplex TWC SARDA Primary and secondary TWC overflow 532 TWC Formerly part of 53a. To be used by SARDA a vels when MRI involvement and for SARDA training channel is busy Secondary TV channel. Maximum authorised operating ceiling is TWC Formerly part of 53a. Used as a TWC Interference or congestion occurs. SARDA overflow Maximum authorised operating ,500ft As 243 above 623 624 632 634 64 643 644 851 158.65625 MHz Simplex TWC. Primary (FM 12.5 kHz) TWC Overflow and SARDA secondary 160.71875 MHz Simplex TWC (FM 12.5 kHz) 160.73125 MHz Simplex TWC (FM 12.5 kHz) 156.18125 MHz Simplex TWC (FM 12.5 kHz) 160.78125 MHZ Simplex TWC FM 12.5 kHz) 156.21875 MHZ Simplex TWC (FM 12.5 kHz) 160.81875 MHz Simplex TWC (FM 12.5 kHz) 160.83125 MHZ Simplex TWC (FM 12.5 kHz) 157.26875 MHZ Simplex R/T (FM 12.5 kHz) Working Channel 852 As 243 above As 243 above As 243 above As 243 above As 243 above (TWC) 157.28125 MHz Simplex R/T (FM 12.5 kHz) Team Working Channel (TWC) As 243 above Land SAR Team Working Channel (TWC) normally shared by all RAF MRS users As 243 above October 2009 Page 16 of 23
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Re: UK MRT Search and Rescue Frequencies (Land VHF) 2015

Postby Neil57uk » Tue Apr 30, 2019 8:48 pm

Above was current until a couple of years ago when MRT's moved to 155.xxx digital freqs.
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Re: UK MRT Search and Rescue Frequencies (Land VHF) 2015

Postby AndrewIrvine » Thu May 09, 2019 1:08 pm

I take it channels like 53, 85, 94 etc are now just marine, not Land SAR etc, now.

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Re: UK MRT Search and Rescue Frequencies (Land VHF) 2015

Postby mickydt » Sun Jun 30, 2019 9:37 pm

not had much chance to do any scanning so fired it up this morning and 155.90625 became active, i can confirm it is Coniston MRT and they were doing a rescue also confirm it is DMR not encrypted from Morecambe it was really bouncing in at full scale.
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