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Silverstone digital frequencies

Posted: 18 Mar 2018, 19:37
by skiptalker101
does anyone know the new digital frequencies for Silverstone

Re: Silverstone digital frequencies

Posted: 25 Mar 2018, 14:48
by jhampton2000
I assume you're mainly after the Race Control/Marshals channels (these are all DMR):
163.2250 & 158.7250
163.3500 & 158.8500
163.6125 & 159.1125
164.8125 & 160.3125 CH1 & CH2
164.8500 & 160.3500 CH3 & CH4
164.8875 & 160.3875
164.9125 & 160.4125
164.9375 & 160.4375
For the very large events, they move to an Encrypted NXDN4800 rental system which shares some of the same frequencies as above

Track Events and Security are UHF DMR Single Site CAP+ system with RAS:
453.0875 & 459.5875
453.1875 & 459.6875
453.2500 & 459.7500
453.3750 & 459.8750
453.5125 & 460.0125
453.6250 & 460.1250
453.7250 & 460.2250
453.8125 & 460.3125
453.9125 & 460.4125
455.5000 & 460.8000
455.6500 & 460.9500
Also:
456.6000 & 462.1000 Non-CAP+

Note: Silverstone isn't in the Home Counties (although I do see other posts related to SIlverstone in this section !)

HTH

Re: Silverstone digital frequencies

Posted: 26 Mar 2018, 09:11
by Minus1
The southern half of the circuit is in Buckinghamshire, the northern half is in Northamptonshire.
Buckinghamshire is regarded as being in the "Home Counties".
Silverstone village itself is in Northamptonshire.

Re: Silverstone digital frequencies

Posted: 26 Mar 2018, 20:07
by jhampton2000
Minus1 wrote:
26 Mar 2018, 09:11
Buckinghamshire is regarded as being in the "Home Counties".

Thanks Minus1.....I knew about the split between the 2 counties, but hadn't quit appreciated the Home Counties covered Bucks too.