devon and cornwall frequency list

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Re: devon and cornwall frequency list

Post by wires » 01 Nov 2012, 19:52

Quite a few additions this month, mainly due to a new aerial on my van!

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Re: devon and cornwall frequency list

Post by superdave » 02 Nov 2012, 05:10

446.06875 131.8Hz - PMR446 ch6 - internet linked gateway input (Central Park)
446.08125 131.8Hz - PMR446 ch7 - internet linked gateway input (Keyham)

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Re: devon and cornwall frequency list

Post by Wally » 31 Aug 2013, 17:31

I'm thinking CCTV has now gone MotoTurbo? :(
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Motorola GP380 VHF & UHF
Uniden 3500XLT
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Re: devon and cornwall frequency list

Post by superdave » 13 Sep 2013, 06:14

Shopwatch and railway station are now digital yes

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Re: devon and cornwall frequency list

Post by Chris64ex4 » 16 Dec 2013, 14:07

superdave wrote:Shopwatch and railway station are now digital yes
Laira Train Maintenance depot appears to have moved from its 453.900 Mhz (CTSS 118.8 ) frequency as well. Suspect it may have been interfering with the digital kit up at the station.

Don't think that 453.6125 frequency listed for the depot is active either. More research required. .

The shunters 'Back to Back' radios are still operating simplex on 453.075 (CTSS 146.2) though.

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Re: devon and cornwall frequency list

Post by Chris64ex4 » 17 Dec 2013, 23:31

Chris64ex4 wrote:
superdave wrote:Shopwatch and railway station are now digital yes
Laira Train Maintenance depot appears to have moved from its 453.900 Mhz (CTSS 118.8 ) frequency as well. Suspect it may have been interfering with the digital kit up at the station.

Don't think that 453.6125 frequency listed for the depot is active either. More research required. .

The shunters 'Back to Back' radios are still operating simplex on 453.075 (CTSS 146.2) though.
Laira Diesel depot now on 453.175 MHz (mobile Tx 459.675 MHz), CTSS appears to be 110.9.

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Re: devon and cornwall frequency list

Post by neil57uk1 » 18 Dec 2013, 19:03

Not so long ago the station was on 453.900 (103.5).

Some unusual listings on in the WTR for Laira Depot, namely 165.3125, 169.2875 and 172.700 (as a single freq). Not typical railway freqs but may be worth a listen if you are in Plymouth.

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Re: devon and cornwall frequency list

Post by Chris64ex4 » 10 Feb 2014, 11:51

neil57uk1 wrote:Not so long ago the station was on 453.900 (103.5).

Some unusual listings on in the WTR for Laira Depot, namely 165.3125, 169.2875 and 172.700 (as a single freq). Not typical railway freqs but may be worth a listen if you are in Plymouth.
No traffic noticed on any of those frequencies, the station has long since gone to TRBO.

Rail replacement buses from Exeter St Davids following the recent seawall collapse at Dawlish are being handled on 158.7875 MHz CTSS = 118.8.

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Re: devon and cornwall frequency list

Post by pmr446man » 11 Feb 2014, 12:21

Plymouth train station was UHF not that long ago a year ago max around 453mhz have they gone digital?
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Re: devon and cornwall frequency list

Post by wires » 11 Feb 2014, 19:38

Yeah gone digi a few months ago, same freq I think laira depot is still on the same channel but analog

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Re: devon and cornwall frequency list

Post by pmr446man » 11 Feb 2014, 19:59

wires wrote:Yeah gone digi a few months ago, same freq I think laira depot is still on the same channel but analog
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Re: devon and cornwall frequency list

Post by Chris64ex4 » 11 Feb 2014, 21:10

wires wrote:Yeah gone digi a few months ago, same freq I think laira depot is still on the same channel but analog
No, Laira is on 453.175Mhz base / 459.675Mhz mobile (CTSS 110.9) as posted above.

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Re: devon and cornwall frequency list

Post by superdave » 12 Feb 2014, 13:23

Shopwatch and Pubwatch use the same TRBO system on the old Shopwatch frequency, and the old Pubwatch freqency has been taken by someone else but I haven't figured out who yet

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None of the systems which have recently moved to TRBO are using privacy, so if you have a discriminator output and dsdecode you can listen in, I have been successful with pubwatch and rail station so far

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Re: devon and cornwall frequency list

Post by neil57uk1 » 12 Feb 2014, 18:23

Hi

I can tell from the EX depot sticker what your interests are.

For Exeter I have St Davids on 453.900 (118.8), Central 461.450 (tone would be welcome), Depot 462.075 (again tone wecome), Totnes 462.425 (186.2), Newton Abbott 460.1125 (tone?), Torquay 460.225 (tone?)

Any updates?

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Re: devon and cornwall frequency list

Post by superdave » 15 Feb 2014, 11:17

The old Plymouth pubwatch frequency (453.175) is now First Great Western rail depot at Laira, they are using 110.9Hz tone, the station at Milehouse is still on their original frequency using Moto TRBO

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