New to scanning in Hampshire / Wiltshire area

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New to scanning in Hampshire / Wiltshire area

Post by tomos » 09 Apr 2011, 12:26

Hi All
After some great advice on scanners I am trying to setup my 800xlt. Are the hampshire frequencies listed in the locked tread still
up to date. I am in the Andover / Salisbury area. If anyone has some frequencies I would be very gratefull thank you. I am hoping for Civil and military air , pretty close to Thruxton aiport where the IOW air ambulance operates, middle wallop air field, Andover chantry center PMR ? Salisbury plain etc. I am also trying to hunt them out so can hopefully put a file togther for other users in this area

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Re: New to scanning in Hampshire / Wiltshire area

Post by wind in the antenna » 09 Apr 2011, 20:29

tomos wrote:Andover chantry center PMR ?
0296238 Business Radio
Business Radio (Technically Assigned)
Shop Safe Limited
TX 453.1125 MHz
RX 459.6125 MHz
SU 364 455

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Licence holder Shop Safe Limited
Contact name Mr Philip Blenkhorn
Telephone 01284-827272
Email Len@shopsaferadio.com
Address Unit 1 Brickfields Business Park
Old Stowmarket
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BURY ST. EDMUNDS
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SU 364 455 TX: 453.1125 MHz
RX: 459.6125 MHz
Bandwidth: 12.5 kHz

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Re: New to scanning in Hampshire / Wiltshire area

Post by tomos » 11 Apr 2011, 06:42

:) Thank you that, I will give it a go later. Anyone know the Hampshire and IOW air ambulance, or do they use a generic frequency

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Re: New to scanning in Hampshire / Wiltshire area

Post by freelander2 » 11 Apr 2011, 14:37

Not sure about the "in the air" frequency, possibly Airwave for comms to Police, but tune to Thruxton tower. I caught 99 coming in just last week.
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Re: New to scanning in Hampshire / Wiltshire area

Post by pterodaktyl » 11 Apr 2011, 15:03

Have a look at: http://www.milscanners.co.uk/frqdb.html

As well as the frequencies for your local airfields like Boscombe Down, do a search of the database for "british army". This will give you the frequencies used by Forward Air Controllers to talk to Close Air Support aircraft during exercises on Salisbury plain. You should be close enough to hear the pilots, even if you can't pick up the FACs.

Also do a search for "london" and you'll get the frequencies for London Military at Swanwick - these are the controllers who provide en-route ATC services to military flights in English/Welsh airspace.

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Re: New to scanning in Hampshire / Wiltshire area

Post by wind in the antenna » 11 Apr 2011, 20:23

I'm not an airband scanner but you could try138.70000 and 132.6500 MHz the Sikorsky rescue helos from Lee-on-Solent

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Re: New to scanning in Hampshire / Wiltshire area

Post by paull73 » 11 Aug 2013, 16:17

Does anyone know any for Basingstoke, I have tried using the ofcom site, but it does not give me local ones..... I am after pubwatch / shop watch / street pastors Basingstoke.

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Post by Minus1 » 11 Aug 2013, 16:33

paull73 wrote:Does anyone know any for Basingstoke, I have tried using the ofcom site, but it does not give me local ones.....
You can't be using it correctly.
Search between 68 and 470 MHz, then ciick "View results on a map".
OFCOM don't have the gumption to exclude nationwide licences from search results, which includes all the Simple UK licences. {bnghd}

Have a look at licence 0863132 too. No idea what transmissions are used, could be digital.
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Re: New to scanning in Hampshire / Wiltshire area

Post by NToombes » 12 Aug 2013, 12:17

paull73 wrote:Does anyone know any for Basingstoke, I have tried using the ofcom site, but it does not give me local ones..... I am after pubwatch / shop watch / street pastors Basingstoke.
Wow, are you a newbie from Basingstoke? I am out in Oakley so fairly close to you!
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