York scanning

Scanning radio frequencies in Yorkshire & Lincolnshire
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York scanning

Post by sniper9964 » 15 Jun 2011, 15:02

Any one wantting to swap ideas freqs ect in the York area give me a shout, I have been scanning since 1989 I have lots of
info and freqs happy to help local alikes :-)
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Re: York scanning

Post by Yorkie » 15 Jun 2011, 19:51

Well, I am keen to see your frequencies if I can please? Sorry I don't really have anything to share back yet.

I dug my scanner out a couple of months ago after no use for many years. Currently listening to York Cameras and pub bouncers, street wardens (or whatever it is), pretty interesting at night though.

Dug out my old hamcom interface and been playing with pocsag again so slowly getting back into the hobby side of radio.

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Re: York scanning

Post by Andrew » 16 Jun 2011, 11:17

shortbusdriver1969 wrote:Any one wantting to swap ideas freqs ect in the York area give me a shout, I have been scanning since 1989 I have lots of
info and freqs happy to help local alikes :-)
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Pop them in here, make it a sticky, so if anyone asks without looking first we can punt them in the right direction if you aren't here.
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Re: York scanning

Post by Excalibur » 17 Jul 2011, 14:32

What frequencies are the taxis on?

Thanks.

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Re: York scanning

Post by sniper9964 » 04 May 2012, 16:04

Most taxis in York use MDT's them that do use voice dont have talk thru on, I have taken all taxis freqs out of my scanner as they were boreing lol
I have also moved home and seems to have lost my freq listing, I will search for it and post it here
a good freq to keep you informed of traffic probs is local buses 166.6375 NFM
if any thing happens on the roads buses need diverting etc etc ect so this is a goof freq to have

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Re: York scanning

Post by WOZ » 29 May 2012, 22:10

Probably a bit late but still

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Re: York scanning

Post by sniper9964 » 01 Jun 2012, 17:33

WOZ wrote:Probably a bit late but still

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??? still what mate ???

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Re: York scanning

Post by sniper9964 » 01 Jun 2012, 17:42

know this is my re-post, but alot of new posts have been asking for freqs, so I hope this will give all newbies a insight to our hobbie and not leave them gutted and another good scanner on ebay>>
storenet 453.5800Mhz NFM
Pubwatch 453.1000Mhz NFM
First Bus 166.6375Mhz NFM (mobile 171.4375Mhz NFM)
York council 453.6500Mhz NFM
Parking attendents 456.0500Mhz NFM
York Uni securtiy 460.4500Mhz NFM
> York Uni SU 453.9500Mhz NFM
Paramedics 166.1000Mhz NFM ( mobile 170.9000Mhz NFM)
Fire service 71.1375Mhz AM
LY 71.175oMhz AM
Royal York Hotel 449.4000Mhz NFM
PMR 446
1) 446.00625 All these are licence free short range but widely used through out the UK
2) 446.01875 they are NFM and the way I get the spot frequency and not the scanner re-verting to
3) 446.03125 the next nearest it can think of ( ie 446.00625 most scanners will display 446.0000
4) 446.04375 I use the 6.25Khz step
5) 446.05625
6) 446.06875
7) 446.08125
8) 446.09375
More PMR stuff
449.3125Mhz NFM
449.4000Mhz NFM all three are UK General Low powered Licenced PMR
449.4750Mhz NFM

Odd Ball frequenices
461.2625Mhz
461.4750Mhz
461.4875Mhz
462.5625Mhz
462.5875Mhz
462.6125Mhz
462.6375Mhz
462.6625Mhz
462.6875Mhz
462.7125Mhz
462.5750Mh

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Re: York scanning

Post by sniper9964 » 01 Jun 2012, 17:43

456.0500 NFM City Of York Council Parking
Attendants and Clamping

453.9500 NFM University Of York Students Union ( Bars and Gigs )

453.6500 NFM City Of York Council

456.5000 NFM OAP warden service ( york )

460.4500 NFM University Of York ( Security / college porters )

453.2750 NFM ( Possible Ambulance hand sets )
462.2250 NFM ( Not ID´d Possible instore security )
457.0375 NFM Fire & Rescue Ch1
457.0875 NFM Fire & Rescue Ch2
457.0125 NFM Fire & Rescue Ch3
457.1875 NFM Fire & Rescue Ch4
457.1375 NFM Fire & Rescue Ch5
461.4625 NFM ( Not ID´d)
460.5500 NFM ( Not ID´d)
451.3750 NFM HMYOI Wetherby
451.6000 NFM HMP Full Sutton
451.8500 NFM HMP Full Sutton
453.8500 NFM Store Net /Police
453.1000 NFM Pub watch pub2pub

166.1000 NFM North Yorks Ambulance (170.9000 Mobile)

166.6375 NFM First York Buses (171.4375 Mobile )


75.5000 NFM MoD Police

71.1350 AM Fire & Rescue LY
71.1750 AM Fire & Rescue LY
118.5000 AM Newcastle (Radar)
118.5500 AM RAF Linton On Ouse Civil Info
118.5750 AM Manchester Approach
118.7750 AM Manchester Control
118.9000 AM RAF Kinloss Departures
119.1250 AM Humberside Radar
119.4000 AM Manchester Control
119.5250 AM Manchester Control

119.7750 AM Swanwick Civil ATC ( London
Control )

120.3000 AM Leeds Bradford ( Tower )

120.3500 AM Shanwick Oceanic Control Centre

120.4750 AM Swanwick Civil ATC London
Control (SIDs)

120.5000AM Leeming RAF Tower
121.0500 AM Leeds Bradford radar
121.5000 AM International Distress
121.3250 AM Scottish ATC Prestwick
121.7000 AM Shannon Area control centre
121.9500 AM Church Fenton Ground
122.1000 AM Leeming (RAF) tower

122.9500 AM Nationwide Air Ambulance
Common use

123.7500 AM Leeds Bradford Approach

123.9500 AM Shanwick Oceanic Area Control ( ATC Shanwick oceanic )

123.3000 AM Leeming (RAF ) Talk down

124.2750 AM swanwick Civil ATC London Control

124.7500 AM swanwick civil ATC London
control information

125.0000AM Topcliff (RAF) Approach
125.1000 AM Manchester Control Centre
126.2500 AM Scotish ATC Prestwick

127.9000 AM Shanwick Oceanic Area control Air-ground radio

124.7000 AM Shannon area control centre

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Re: York scanning

Post by harveyturner » 02 Jun 2012, 09:23

please can i have some freqancys these are what i will give you 120.100 449.4000 899.457

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Re: York scanning

Post by WOZ » 02 Jun 2012, 17:47

sniper9964 wrote: ??? still what mate ???
The thread is quite old but I thought I'd add my bctool screengrab anyway just in case you were still looking.

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Re: York scanning

Post by AndyK » 02 Jun 2012, 21:39

Was at the railway museum today and one of the channels in use was on the PBR band, 449.4000 with the CTCSS tone 98.4. They were using other channel I think, judging by the comments on air, but this was the main control frequency. From talking to security I think they are on a digital encrypted system.
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Re: York scanning

Post by sniper9964 » 20 Jun 2012, 17:50

AndyK wrote:Was at the railway museum today and one of the channels in use was on the PBR band, 449.4000 with the CTCSS tone 98.4. They were using other channel I think, judging by the comments on air, but this was the main control frequency. From talking to security I think they are on a digital encrypted system.
I used to live near the NRM they use UK-Gen I picked them up on my scanner alot, 449.400 is their gen channel for most comms they poss use same freq but diff CTCSS for other depts such as secuirty and cleaners ect.

I think I once got them on a 461Mhz or there abouts which I think used to be the old easiway freq

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Re: York scanning

Post by Minus1 » 20 Jun 2012, 22:19

National Railway Museum: Simplex 461.2875 MHz

http://spectruminfo.ofcom.org.uk/spectr ... %20licence
KEY : = channel/stud | ~ = CTCSS/DCS | ^ = transmitter site | ¯ = overhead | * = trunked

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Re: York scanning

Post by robt880 » 07 Dec 2012, 15:44

can anyone confirm whats still active ?
york train station staff all use moto gp340s so there should still be activity about for anyone interested

ill post what i can and when i can

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