plymouth and south devon

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plymouth and south devon

Post by wires » 05 Sep 2011, 10:12

Centrica, langage power station.
control channel base tx 456.525 rx462.025
1, base tx 456.675 rx 462.175
2, base tx 456.875 rx 462.375

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Re: plymouth and south devon

Post by Wally » 05 Sep 2011, 17:09

Good find! I haven't ventured up that way yet... plympton that is, soon as my new scanner arrives a little drive up is in order!

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Post by wires » 12 Sep 2011, 19:38

some more.
plymouth uni base tx 165.08750 mobile tx 170.0125
chelson meadow recycling centre base tx 165.2125
pcc carparks base tx 166.125 mobile tx170.92500
drakes circus base tx 453.47500 mobile tx 459.97500
base tx 453.5000 mobile tx 460.00000
plymouth city centre shop watch base tx 453.75000


more to follow!!

wally, you got much on your list.

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Re: plymouth and south devon

Post by Wally » 12 Sep 2011, 21:52

I just got my 3500XLT Saturday morning and with today being a day off I have been programming and driving around to get some good hits.

I have a couple of trunked systems, a few taxi firms, Uni security, pub/shopwatch and the obvious coastguards etc.

I had loads on my 92XLT before I sold it but being a complete idiot, I forgot to save all my hard work :( so its a case of starting fresh!

At the moment there is nothing I have that you wouldnt have I would imagine but I'll have the scanner on tomorrow hopefully and pull in some more goodies. I live rather close (Milehouse) to the city centre so I can pick most things up ok, going to get a discone next couple of days to help improve it!

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Re: plymouth and south devon

Post by Wally » 13 Sep 2011, 14:59

I think 178.0500MHz is City Bus, I think its part of a trunked system but I did hear both sides of the convo on that one frequency. Will keep an eye on that one.
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Re: plymouth and south devon

Post by wires » 28 Sep 2011, 16:09

tarmac lee moor 168.9125
tarmac lee moor 168.90625
saltram house 169.14375
repeater, st beudaux? 165.475
taxi firm base 167.26875, rx 172.06875
newnham park 169.175

paul.

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Re: plymouth and south devon

Post by Wally » 28 Sep 2011, 16:18

wires wrote: taxi firm base 167.26875, rx 172.06875
I think thats AA Taxi's but ive got them under 167.2500 and 172.0500...
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Post by wires » 28 Sep 2011, 16:49

167.250 is tamar taxi which are i think from callington

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Post by Wally » 28 Sep 2011, 16:52

Tamar Taxi's is actually AA Taxis, Albert Road, Plymouth, Call signs are usually along the lines of Tamar 34. ;)
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Post by wires » 28 Sep 2011, 17:02

ahh, thats solved that mystery!

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Post by wires » 28 Sep 2011, 17:06

heres another one, 461.45, i think its the barbican pub watch?

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Re: plymouth and south devon

Post by Wally » 28 Sep 2011, 17:27

Nice one! Dont have that one listed! Will see if I get any hits!
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Re: plymouth and south devon

Post by Wally » 29 Sep 2011, 11:22

453.500 I believe is Drake Circus General comms....
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Re: plymouth and south devon

Post by wires » 10 Jan 2012, 10:32

Anyone found anything new or interesting for Plymouth and south Devon?

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Re: plymouth and south devon

Post by Wally » 10 Jan 2012, 10:34

Nothing new for a while mate in all fairness. I do the odd band sweep every other week but nothing new :(
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