Sussex Frequencies is 6 years old :/

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Re: Sussex Frequencies is 6 years old :/

Post by wind in the antenna » 04 Sep 2010, 10:00

RadioBOB wrote:While I'm looking at Taxis:

077.100 FM TAXI BASE Hove Streamline MOBILE
165.700 FM TAXI MOBILE Taxi Link
087.100 FM TAXI BASE Hove Streamline
165.800 FM TAXI MOBILE Brighton & Hove Radio Cabs Limited

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Re: Sussex Frequencies is 6 years old :/

Post by 2E0VCU » 21 Jan 2011, 14:18

Hi all. hase anyone got the frequencies for swan walk in horsham?

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Post by wind in the antenna » 21 Jan 2011, 16:12

According to my database it's 453.17500 : 459.67500 but I've never heard it from here. I'd appreciate a confirmation and CTCSS if you find it there.

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Post by 2E0VCU » 21 Jan 2011, 16:46

Cool Many thanks ill give it ago and let you know.
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Post by wind in the antenna » 21 Jan 2011, 18:22

Excellent, I've got quite a few more in the Wealden area which may be of interest to you.

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Re: Sussex Frequencies is 6 years old :/

Post by emsgeorge » 13 Feb 2011, 13:35

swan walk is trbo digital, so no chance !

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Re: Sussex Frequencies is 6 years old :/

Post by wind in the antenna » 14 Feb 2011, 17:33

ChiBAC (Chichester District Business Against Crime) seem to have very recently gone simple inversion scrambling and have a new CTCSS tone

456.52500 : 462.02500 MHz 186.2 Hz

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Post by MVT7100 » 14 Mar 2011, 23:20

Hi guys newbie here, but have totted up some good frequencies for worthing area hope these help with the update..FM.456.4125= Pub/club watch mostly nights, FM 456.5750 Shop watch CCTV etc. FM 455.5750= Worthing hospital porters/transport. FM 165.0500= errrgh (Traffic wardens) civil officers..joke. FM 177.9350 and 178.4375= Buses, FM165.4125= Bin peeps (City clean) 164.9500.=Contaminated waste. AM 126.8250= Shoreham airport. AM125.300.00 = Shoreham airfield (flight info) Fm 166.6250= CB Iraqi? Best wishes all, would love to hear of any more good frequencies in or around worthing

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Post by wind in the antenna » 15 Mar 2011, 10:52

MVT7100 wrote:Hi guys newbie here, but have totted up some good frequencies for worthing area hope these help with the update
..FM.456.4125= Pub/club watch mostly nights, Nightsafe in Brighton & Hove DCS+343
FM 456.5750 Shop watch CCTV etc. B&H Shopwatch (City Channel) DCS+431
FM 455.5750= Worthing hospital porters/transport. Indeed, quite a new one that. 67.0Hz
FM 165.0500= errrgh (Traffic wardens) civil officers..joke. LAPE in Worthing operated by NCP, they have a simplex channel too for when they get jammed. 156.7 Hz
FM 177.9350 and 178.4375= Buses, There are two more channels on this Brighton & Hove Buses trunked system
FM165.4125= Bin peeps (City clean) This is actually a shared repeater up at the Devil's Dyke. You probably heard skip lorries on 88.5 Hz, 123.0 Hz, 131.8 Hz or 203.5 Hz.
164.9500.=Contaminated waste. CityClean Street Cleansing DCS+311
AM 126.8250= Shoreham airport. I have this as London Gatwick - Approach Primary
AM125.300.00 = Shoreham airfield (flight info) Shoreham Airport - ATIS
Fm 166.6250= CB Iraqi? Brighton Sudanese Taxi. They are speaking Juba Arabic. 151.4 Hz
MVT7100 wrote:Best wishes all, would love to hear of any more good frequencies in or around worthing
I've got thousands covering the whole country but I'm in Brighton so I've got the area well covered.
I'll compile an up to date copy and put a link to my site here.

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Post by wind in the antenna » 17 Mar 2011, 13:55

Here's a fresh copy of the Brighton Ear database which of course features Sussex in detail

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Re: Sussex Frequencies is 6 years old :/

Post by scann3r » 28 Apr 2011, 17:32

Hi all, I've just started with my cheap Chinese radio, and wondered if you'd be so kind as to post your "Brighton Ear" list again please as the links don't work

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Post by scann3r » 09 May 2011, 20:30

Anyone with a copy of the Brighton ear perhaps could they post it?

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Re: Sussex Frequencies is 6 years old :/

Post by MVT7100 » 10 Jun 2011, 21:24

Thankyou for correction Tony in Brighton 26FB298G7TXU so good to finaly find out who is who, sorry if i confused anyone best wishes :oops:

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Post by wind in the antenna » 11 Jun 2011, 10:39

I've never attached I file on this group before, let's hope I can make it work

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Re: Sussex Frequencies is 6 years old :/

Post by RadioB0B » 23 Jun 2011, 13:39

wind in the antenna wrote:Here's a fresh copy of the Brighton Ear database which of course features Sussex in detail

CSV Version
MS Excel Version
Hello again, I had to re-register after Virgin Media deleted my entire email account and all it's contents, just great...

I was able to Open as a CSV but crappy Microsoft can only load 16,683 lines??

it's masses of data, is there one for just East Sussex, Excluding London Birmingham etc?

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