Sussex Frequencies is 6 years old :/

Scanning radio frequencies for the South East
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Re: Sussex Frequencies is 6 years old :/

Post by wind in the antenna » 23 Jun 2011, 14:32

The intention was to release it so that users can filter it for their areas of interest. If you filter for administrative area ie, Brighton & Hove, Adur, Lewes etc it should give the exact data you are after. Alternatively, you can filter by lattitide.

I've had a lot of trouble exporting it lately. I think the last one might have failed to handle all of the data. I've tried many formats but with no success.

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Re: Sussex Frequencies is 6 years old :/

Post by RadioB0B » 25 Jun 2011, 14:10

@tony in Brighton firstly many thanks for the upload and time! blimey its massive, I had most success with the. csv file as I use XP with service pack 3 for my portable radio work and sstv, Ham Radio Deluxe etc. BUT it can only handle 1,683 lines? which is where it falls over, so now I won't know if any of the Brighton data is there or missing lines? Being positive I will try and sort them like you say but i have little experience with windows spresdsheets its just a basic package, i would like to make a hi rez version as a 12Mp .jpg file then zip it up, usable on any smart phone, camera, netbook etc.. and small ones for each city..


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Re: Sussex Frequencies is 6 years old :/

Post by scann3r » 30 Jun 2011, 09:00

Many thanks, managed to access the upload. What a great spreadsheet, certainly is interesting.

Does anyone have any frequencies for the B&H traffic wardens? Also, is it possible to listen to the buses trunked system?

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Re: Sussex Frequencies is 6 years old :/

Post by RadioNerdz » 30 Dec 2011, 13:34

I believe these duplex frequencies are used by the Traffic Wardens in B&H:

453.825 460.325

453.975 460.475

167.7375 172.5375 123

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Re: Sussex Frequencies is 6 years old :/

Post by mikeyeye » 10 Jan 2012, 14:47

RadioBob,

Download it in Excel and get close to 40,000 lines!

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Re: Sussex Frequencies is 6 years old :/

Post by RedPolo » 09 May 2013, 22:38

Hi Guys

On 459.325mhz i seem to be getting what sounds like a bug in an office or something.
Im near the Hilton Metropole Hotel in Brighton.

Can anyone receive this frequency or have any ideas what this is ?

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Re: Sussex Frequencies is 6 years old :/

Post by wabsnazsm » 15 Jan 2014, 18:24

Is there no chance of having an up to date list of Brighton frequencies? I'm very new at this but I'd dearly love to see a few lists of things to listen out for. Any help would be hugely appreciated.

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