plymouth and south devon

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Re: plymouth and south devon

Post by wires » 10 Jan 2012, 15:00

I haven't even heard and one on the local 70cm repeaters, heard the beacon call but no one using them, only the polperro is active on 70 cm

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Re: plymouth and south devon

Post by Wally » 10 Jan 2012, 15:06

I dont hear much on 70cm's, Though I've only got the Plymouth one programmed. I hear a fair bit on 2meters, I've got Plymouth and Liskeard programmed for that. Even storenet hasnt been that active :lol: Trunks are average for traffic, Western Power business as usual. Ermmmm I get a bit of activity on UK Gen - mainly UHF but the odd VHF kicks in now and then but then I do live right by the new 'life centre' so its mainly builders. Other than that... crap! :(

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Re: plymouth and south devon

Post by wires » 10 Jan 2012, 17:18

Up at the cherry tree? I heard them talking about a course starting in the next couple of weeks

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Re: plymouth and south devon

Post by Wally » 10 Jan 2012, 17:21

Yeah up Cherry Tree, I think he had some drop outs, I heard it on GB3WD aswell. Starts Monday 16th :)
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Re: plymouth and south devon

Post by Wally » 01 Feb 2012, 22:33

Plymouth Uni Campus:
T 461.33125
R 461.33125

Plymouth HM Court
446.18125

City College Plymouth
T 456.49375
R 461.99375

British international helicopter Services Torpoint
461.38375

Plymouth Taxis Ltd (Tx seems to be from stoke village, Plymouth)
81.91875 (Office) (No tone?)
68.41875 (Cars) (123.0 Hz)

Crownhill Taxi's ?? (Very rare contact - Burrington Way Ind Est)
167.26875 (Tone Unknown)
172.06875 (250.3 Hz)

TaxiFast/First (Mainly data - could possibly be now located at Mutley Plain)
163.85625
159.35625
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Re: plymouth and south devon

Post by wires » 22 May 2012, 12:43

looks like langage power station have got a conventional talk through channel now, thay have been commisioning it today.455.4750 88hz tone. its more than likley an emergency channel for when there trunk system is down or for emergency situations

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Re: plymouth and south devon

Post by Chris64ex4 » 05 Jul 2012, 17:36

Seems to be a fairly lively pubwatch / CCTV channel on 453.175 Base Tx 459.675 mobile Tx when I was down there last Sunday.

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Re: plymouth and south devon

Post by wires » 16 Jul 2012, 19:05

War games / paint ball site near ivybridge - 449.4750 173hz

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