gyle centre / princess st shopwatch ?

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gyle centre / princess st shopwatch ?

Post by gmham » 31 Dec 2016, 19:59

Anyone got any other DMR freqs off interest for the fife and edinburgh area ? looking for the gyle centre / princess street shopwatch etc
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Re: gyle centre / princess st shopwatch ?

Post by elliotg » 05 Jan 2017, 15:17

Gyle Shopping Centre are still analogue (see below)
Security - 453.2500 ctcss 82.5
Cleaners - 453.2125 ctcss 67.0

Edinburgh Shopwatch/Pubwatch (also analogue)
453.0625 ctcss 179.9
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Post by gmham » 05 Jan 2017, 22:56

Okay thats great thanks, interesting to know that some are still using analogue even this day and age ?!
.... Icom IC7300 HF /6 mtr / Alinco DX70TH HF/6mtr / Kenwood TR751e 2mtr ssb... / Inrico TM7.
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Behringer xm8500 mic.

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Re: gyle centre / princess st shopwatch ?

Post by AlanK » 19 Jan 2017, 19:30

Been away a while (years) but just got a scanner and wondering whats still not Digital these days in Edinburgh area. Will put up a new post shortly but wondering if I wasted my money.

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Re: gyle centre / princess st shopwatch ?

Post by elliotg » 21 Jan 2017, 16:50

Edinburgh Airport
Security 455.7000
Airfield Ops 456.6500
Airport Fire 455.7750
Airfield buses 453.0500
Signature Ops 456.7750
Park & ride buses 462.3000
Taxi Marshals 456.8625
Airport staff 443.2750
Airport staff 443.1125
Tower 118.7000
Approach 121.2000
Ground 121.7500
Director 128.9750
ATIS 131.3500

Forth Road Bridge 453.8250
Wester Hailes shopping centre 453.0250
Gyle Shopping centre Security 453.2500 Cleaners 453.2125
Edinburgh Zoo 165.8750
Taxis (East Lothian) 164.5500
Livingston shopping centre 456.6000/455.8500

That is just a few off the top off my head hope this helps.

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Re: gyle centre / princess st shopwatch ?

Post by elliotg » 21 Jan 2017, 17:12

I forgot a few more

Edinburgh Airport refueler 460.0750
Edinburgh CCTV shop/pubwatch 453.0625
Vehicle tow trucks 441.1500
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Re: gyle centre / princess st shopwatch ?

Post by AlanK » 24 Jan 2017, 14:38

Cheers - got them loaded now.

Q re Shopwatch - get very regular data transmission sounds only on this channel. Dont want to delete it as think I once heard a voice but its a driving me nuts. Is this pretty much standard and at same time makes me wonder if all those other freq I have found with data only and locked out, might also be hiding voice traffic too?

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Post by AlanK » 24 Jan 2017, 14:42

Ps - whats Director 128.9750 as never heard anything on that?

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Post by AlanK » 24 Jan 2017, 14:55

Several of those are the same as shopwatch with a 90's modem connected :/ Am appreciating the Temp L/O on this scanner vs my old one though as now now afraid to use it :D

456.700 - some kind of plant / maybe docks as talks about pumps etc

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Post by stratocaster » 21 Mar 2017, 08:54

Alan K, the director frequency at EDI is something to do with capacity at airport/approach airspace, I'm hazzarding a guess but I think it has something to do with holding patterns for approaching aircraft into EDI whilst 121.200 deals with immediate traffic inbound. It has been known that during the Tattoo the director frequency is opened to allow the flypast to take place whilst any HEAVY traffic is held at TARTAN via the director and 121.200 guides a trickle of flights in whilst tattoo flypast takes place. Chris on the airband section would be best placed to answer the question.
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Re: gyle centre / princess st shopwatch ?

Post by AlanK » 21 Mar 2017, 08:58

I have actually heard it used once in last few months and was indeed when there was an emergency landing and umpteen aircraft were circulating around the borders (Tartan?)

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Re: gyle centre / princess st shopwatch ?

Post by stratocaster » 21 Mar 2017, 13:16

Spot on! Around Peebles is the designated hold (TARTAN) for inbound to EDI. It has been known on the odd occasion for planes to go wandering around the city zone or hold Further toward the North face of the Pentlands, but that's only been an occasion, (probably put on hold midway through approach due to problems on runway,and does the tesco car park boy racer routine {doughnuts} around the Pentland/Gilmerton area) Hope that helps. I know this wee digression should be in the Air Band thread, but I had to answer a good question! :D

Going back to the subject, I will be adding the other shopping centres to my shopwatch list!
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