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Post by rayzor_uk » 20 Oct 2012, 08:26

picking this up reguler in boro carnt find out who it is yet will keep you informed
unless you know who it is

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Post by wayne68 » 20 Oct 2012, 14:54

im picking it up as well and im in redcar i think its a taxi firm heard them going on about going to newcastle airport for fifty quid

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Post by Minus1 » 20 Oct 2012, 15:28

155.35 is Land SAR channel 91 in simplex mode, or 94 in repeater output mode (input 147.475).

Check out the local SAR teams on their website/Twitter/Facebook and you may be able to relate what you hear to their activity.
KEY : = channel/stud | ~ = CTCSS/DCS | ^ = transmitter site | ¯ = overhead | * = trunked

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Post by rayzor_uk » 20 Oct 2012, 17:00

Minus1 wrote:155.35 is Land SAR channel 91 in simplex mode, or 94 in repeater output mode (input 147.475).

Check out the local SAR teams on their website/Twitter/Facebook and you may be able to relate what you hear to their activity.
thanks for that

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Post by sarman » 21 Oct 2012, 16:51

That is certainly a nationally allocated land SAR repeater frequency but it won't be Search and Rescue you can hear in the Cleveland area. Your local teams don't use these repeater frequencies and the team working channels are higher up in Marine band.

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Post by smoggy07 » 23 Oct 2012, 12:51

sarman wrote:That is certainly a nationally allocated land SAR repeater frequency but it won't be Search and Rescue you can hear in the Cleveland area. Your local teams don't use these repeater frequencies and the team working channels are higher up in Marine band.
Does the Cleveland team use any repeaters? I`ve not heard anything
rayzor_uk wrote:picking this up reguler in boro carnt find out who it is yet will keep you informed
unless you know who it is
Minus1 wrote:155.35 is Land SAR channel 91 in simplex mode, or 94 in repeater output mode (input 147.475).

Check out the local SAR teams on their website/Twitter/Facebook and you may be able to relate what you hear to their activity.
Are you both hearing what appears to be a taxi firm or is it two or more people (maybe taxi drivers) talking and could you hear both sides of the conversation?

I doubt it`s 2 drivers using import radios if it`s being heard in Boro and Redcar......

I really need to set up another radio so I can keep upto date lol
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Post by rayzor_uk » 24 Oct 2012, 23:16

were not taxi my end they were talking gps cordanations and call signs were being used

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Post by Minus1 » 25 Oct 2012, 07:49

What were the callsigns? Can you post a recording? (e.g. on Soundcloud)
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Post by rayzor_uk » 25 Oct 2012, 09:54

its been down a while but will next time

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Post by sarman » 25 Oct 2012, 22:53

Does the Cleveland team use any repeaters? I`ve not heard anything
No, we don't use repeaters, everything is either on the team working channel or via Tetra. If you are picking up a repeater it isn't of course necessarily local. As has been suggested, if you can get a call sign or alternatively the CTCSS tone being used then I could ID the team if it is MR.

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Post by rayzor_uk » 04 Nov 2012, 21:48

been quite so carnt update
i leave scanner on all day and its not coming up with any hits in the history

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Post by phillowe » 25 May 2014, 23:34

What is The MR Freq?? (If you don't mind me asking )

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