Norwich U/Kn Freq

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Re: Norwich U/Kn Freq

Postby m0lsx » Wed Aug 29, 2018 2:19 pm

I will have a listen at some point. But my base antenna is connected to the radio in my bedroom & my wife is working nights. And I am getting nothing on my handheld.
I guess you are close to Anglian Windows as they use handhelds as the system is mainly used by the shunters who move the vehicles around to get them loaded for the next day & often it was hard to get into the base, even from further up Fifers Lane.
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Re: Norwich U/Kn Freq

Postby GalaxianFive » Wed Aug 29, 2018 3:19 pm

I live in Taverham and have a UBC 125XLT used with a skyscanner antenna. Michael.
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Re: Norwich U/Kn Freq

Postby G4RMT » Wed Aug 29, 2018 3:39 pm

Ignoring the WTR front end which is still broken, in the database 167.15 isn't a very common frequency and I cannot find anything in the Norfolk Suffolk area that fits - including Alnglian Windows. Silly question but what's the bandwidth and filtering like on your radio? Is it possible it's a channel up or down, thats actually a different frequency.
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Re: Norwich U/Kn Freq

Postby m0lsx » Wed Aug 29, 2018 4:41 pm

GalaxianFive wrote:I live in Taverham


Anglian Windows is a good log for you then, as when Anglian Windows had a place on the Costessey industrial area where Kettle Crisps is based. You could not work base on their radios, in fact even on the Cromer Road there was no signal until you got to the Firs junction.
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Re: Norwich U/Kn Freq

Postby Davie Boy » Wed Aug 29, 2018 8:34 pm

G4RMT wrote:Ignoring the WTR front end which is still broken, in the database 167.15 isn't a very common frequency and I cannot find anything in the Norfolk Suffolk area that fits - including Alnglian Windows. Silly question but what's the bandwidth and filtering like on your radio? Is it possible it's a channel up or down, thats actually a different frequency.


Could it be FELBRIGG HALL you are picking up...?

From the uk scanning directory...

167.150 171.950 FELBRIGG HALL, FELBRIGG PARK, FELBRIGG NORFOLK FM KimmyJS19 Jul 2014
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Re: Norwich U/Kn Freq

Postby m0lsx » Wed Aug 29, 2018 8:44 pm

Davie Boy wrote: Could it be FELBRIGG HALL you are picking up...?

From the uk scanning directory...

167.150 171.950 FELBRIGG HALL, FELBRIGG PARK, FELBRIGG NORFOLK FM KimmyJS19 Jul 2014


Probably not, Felbrigg is a NT property & they will be handheld radios only. Felbrigg is below a ridge & has trees surrounding it & is 20 miles away.
I do get a Cromer Taxi company here & Cromer is about 2 miles from Felbigg Hall. But even the Taxi company is VERY weak for me & they have a decent antenna in a decent location.

Edited to add. It is possibly worth considering that if Felbrigg has that frequency, then maybe some other, more local, NT property does too.
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Re: Norwich U/Kn Freq

Postby Minus1 » Fri Aug 31, 2018 7:27 am

OFCOM's Spectrum Information Portal reveals the National Trust at Felbrigg Hal, Lion's Mouth, Aylmerton also on 167.150

The user interface is appalling - it won't work if you put the exact freq in, you have to enter freqs just below (167.149), and just above (167.151), the freq you want. :rolleyes:
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Re: Norwich U/Kn Freq

Postby Davie Boy » Fri Aug 31, 2018 11:42 am

167.150 & 171.950 are split frequencies... using a repeater... its the same setup as a few Nat Trust buildings up my way especially when they have gardens and a large estate...
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Re: Norwich U/Kn Freq

Postby GalaxianFive » Sat Sep 08, 2018 1:53 pm

Thanks all, it is Fellbrigg hall I am picking up, I get good reception because my skyscanner mag mount is on my garage door when it is raised when I am working in the garage.
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Re: Norwich U/Kn Freq

Postby m0lsx » Sun Sep 09, 2018 11:10 am

Glad you found out who it was. I have only had a couple of days to listen on anything but my handheld scanners, other than during the evening/ over night. So I have heard nothing here. But I do have a land rise to my north, so probably Felbrigg is not within range for me, although I do get a couple of Taxi companies from that area, but very weakly.
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