North West 200 Frequencies

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North West 200 Frequencies

Post by Bannside » 16 May 2013, 13:56

Anyone heard or discovered any interesting North West 200 frequencies at all? As far as I know the clerk of the course, safety team and event management are on Tetra but the likes of TV/marshalls/course engineers etc should still be on discoverable frequencies. Had a quick search this morning on the scanner but didn't come up with any sadly.

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Re: North West 200 Frequencies

Post by stevelee1981 » 16 May 2013, 21:53

You will find the tv commentary team in the 420 to 470 range if I mind right from last year.
There is a first aid/medic frequency which is busy during practice and races its 163.900. It was pretty busy this eve with various call signs. If I pick up anymore or dig out any from last year I will gladly pass them onto you mate.

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Re: North West 200 Frequencies

Post by Bannside » 17 May 2013, 10:02

Thanks Steve, I'll have a wee scan in the morning and post any frequencies I come across.

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Re: North West 200 Frequencies

Post by stevelee1981 » 18 May 2013, 09:25

423.1150 BBC outside broadcast

438.4000 NW200 Security/marshalls

Just found these this morn mate.

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Re: North West 200 Frequencies

Post by Bannside » 18 May 2013, 16:01

Hi Steve,

Yeah I can confirm both 438.4000 and 163.900 was busy with traffic today - many thanks for posting these. Tried a quick scan on a few other frequency channels but with little or no radio traffic due to the lack of races and resulting incidents. Sad to see the day was ruined by the weather.

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Re: North West 200 Frequencies

Post by Phats » 22 May 2013, 21:52

163.900 is ST Johns ambulance

438.400 is raynet mobiles with base on 144,625

I know it's abit late as the event has past but it's the same frequencies every year.

Also the security team in the pits "Select Security" were on 449.475

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Re: North West 200 Frequencies

Post by Phats » 22 May 2013, 23:38

Hi i Know its too late as the event is over, but here is some frequencies I picked up

163.900 St John Ambulance
144.625 Raynet on Channel Yankee 3
438.400 Raynet, I was gwttinf the Raynet Mobile on this located at each post around the course
449.475 Select security who were operating the gates in the pit area.

These have been active the past 2 years and saved me getting soaked this year past as I stayed in my car til I heard that bikes were going on the track

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Post by vodafone1958 » 04 Jan 2015, 11:43

hi am new to this havenu got any scanner frequencies for manchester and other plz regards vodafone1958

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Re: North West 200 Frequencies

Post by stevelee1981 » 04 Jan 2015, 21:27

I dont think asking for Manchester frequencies on the Northern Ireland section will be much good to you mate.
the "North West 200" that we are chatting about is not north west England, its the name of a motorbike race held here in N.I every year..

I think there is a section on here for your area

good luck..

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Re: North West 200 Frequencies

Post by subby » 12 May 2015, 11:47

St john, Raynet and Select security is active on the same freq's as last year.. has anyone heard anything different so far this year?
Thanks.

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Post by skiptalker » 14 May 2015, 23:26

a friend working at it said raynet yankee 144.625 the rest were on moto/tetra. i could here the control tonight from antrim but nothing else
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Re: North West 200 Frequencies

Post by jhampton2000 » 16 May 2015, 16:56

If anyone with a bit of linux experience and a SDR dongle wants to try decoding the TETRA signals:
http://www.rtl-sdr.com/rtl-sdr-tutorial ... -channels/

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Re: North West 200 Frequencies

Post by Phats » 12 May 2016, 10:22

Anyone getting anything this year, I seem to be getting data bursts on the Raynet channels.

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Re: North West 200 Frequencies

Post by satnav » 13 May 2016, 15:10

Raynet have gone digital this year as well apparently ,their main freq is still 438.4 .
I'm having ago with a dongle as per Jim's post to see if I can get anything to work , no luck as yet !!!

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