UK FIRE Brigade Handheld Radios Frequencies

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Re: UK FIRE Brigade Handheld Radios Frequencies

Postby moj » Sun Jan 26, 2020 8:33 pm

https://www.flickr.com/photos/186641896 ... ed-public/

That picture was taken by Ash who commented above but there's other members on the forum who were there on the day and saw these handsets aswell so they must use them and there really secure radio's so could be if they want there privacy when on fireground but i'm not sure obviously ;)
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Re: UK FIRE Brigade Handheld Radios Frequencies

Postby thelad » Sun Jan 26, 2020 9:29 pm

moj wrote:https://www.flickr.com/photos/186641896@N07/49445243853/in/dateposted-public/

That picture was taken by Ash who commented above but there's other members on the forum who were there on the day and saw these handsets aswell so they must use them and there really secure radio's so could be if they want there privacy when on fireground but i'm not sure obviously ;)


What radios are they? A station near me (Marsden) keep a set of Motos for a tunnel nearby, if they is an incident at the tunnel they have to use these motos they have, asume its down to them not having signal on the regular firegrounds. The Motos stay at the station when not in use rather than on the appliance.
Ps well done with the photo Moj ;-)

Edit.
Just been informed Manchester FRS have the same Moto set as the tunnel runs to Manchester from Huddersfield so if it was MFRS where you had seen these they could be the same ones.
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Re: UK FIRE Brigade Handheld Radios Frequencies

Postby moj » Sun Jan 26, 2020 10:07 pm

Thanks for that and i think there the dtr2450 handset's and i'm glad we got a picture on the day now and to be honest i suppose it make's sense or they could use them instead of the fireground for more private chatter if it was a terror incident maybe ?
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Re: UK FIRE Brigade Handheld Radios Frequencies

Postby thelad » Sun Jan 26, 2020 10:37 pm

moj wrote:Thanks for that and i think there the dtr2450 handset's and i'm glad we got a picture on the day now and to be honest i suppose it make's sense or they could use them instead of the fireground for more private chatter if it was a terror incident maybe ?



Yep they are for Standedge Tunnel ops, they must have a system in the Tunnel for them. Apparently Network rail and British Waterways use them in there as mobile phones and radios do not work deep into the
Tunnels. Both West Yorks and GM fire have them for either
side.

Slaithwaite station below.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/186672830@N06/shares/2q7o79
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Re: UK FIRE Brigade Handheld Radios Frequencies

Postby moj » Mon Jan 27, 2020 1:19 am

Mystery solved and for the disbelievers i told you , now i rest my case :p , thanks for updating me with there usage Thelad !

and i even bought myself a few pair's just to see if they could come to any good scanning use and there audio is clear like tetra sets !
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Re: UK FIRE Brigade Handheld Radios Frequencies

Postby mark99 » Sun Feb 09, 2020 1:48 pm

The standard set is Motorola 4601 bluetooth enabled.
It has privacy (enhanced encryption mode) available on demand .
The choice to use it is there.
It has been heard in use in encryption
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Re: UK FIRE Brigade Handheld Radios Frequencies

Postby Metradio » Sun Feb 09, 2020 2:15 pm

mark99 wrote:The standard set is Motorola 4601 bluetooth enabled.
It has privacy (enhanced encryption mode) available on demand ....

Encryption is a programmable option on most DMR radios..

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