York scanning

Scanning radio frequencies in Yorkshire & Lincolnshire
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Re: York scanning

Post by Excalibur » 22 Nov 2015, 17:25

MM42 wrote:Vhf.
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Re: York scanning

Post by yagiman » 30 May 2016, 23:45

Does anyone know York shop watch is encrypted DMR and are they tier 3?
And I have all the frequencies for the races and a local construction site which I enjoy
as usually sites only have radios for banks men

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Re: York scanning

Post by scanhermit » 09 Jul 2016, 13:36

I keep hearing that telltale hammer drill sound on the York OAP wardens frequency - I wonder if they've gone digital.

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Re: York scanning

Post by Excalibur » 10 Jul 2016, 16:39

scanhermit wrote:I keep hearing that telltale hammer drill sound on the York OAP wardens frequency - I wonder if they've gone digital.
They haven't that's the weird thing but there is a digital frequency on the same frequency as the OAP wardens which is very strange.

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Re: York scanning

Post by scanhermit » 10 Jul 2016, 20:23

Same with Harlow Carr Gardens in Harrogate. Sometimes I get the drill sound, sometimes voice. Wonder if someone didn't check the WTR before selecting their frequency.

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Re: York scanning

Post by Admiral » 11 Jul 2016, 18:52

There are analogue and digital mixed repeaters about, professional versions of Fusion.
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Re: York scanning

Post by scanhermit » 04 Aug 2016, 04:35

Ditto on the York traffic warden freq - I can hear digital noise as I get near Leeds.

I think that when I replace my laptop, I'll get an SDR dongle. I've resisted it because I'm trying to stay active and a handheld scanner can be taken out and about.

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Re: York scanning

Post by ANCIENTMARINER » 23 Oct 2016, 17:27

Hi,
There is a similar incidence in the Leeds area on 165.25, the TRBO signal, a taxi voice signal and a Taxidata signal all in same place. The user dont seem to be troubled.

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Re: York scanning

Post by ANCIENTMARINER » 03 Dec 2016, 14:37

.Re the Trunk net on 179.8375.Just been looking into this operator and it looks like either Transdev York or Yorkshire Coastliner. The way the net is set up is wierd. Bus 602 called control and control shows target same ident as bus. Route 10 mentioned which is Nether Poppleton-Stamford bridge, and is jointly run by both transdev firms.The interprefix calls get rejected 80% of times but i alays thought that this was for use between two different nets. Is the busnet in York city center still working as i havent seen or heard of it for a while or is as i expect this the new Transdev York-YCL net ? This net using Pfx 017.

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Re: York scanning

Post by Excalibur » 20 Dec 2016, 09:46

Ancientmariner regarding that trunknet on 179.8375, full signal strenght on the control channel here in York, Will take a listen around this freq today see if there's anything identifying. Do you have any freqs other than control channel I can program to my scanlist?

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Re: York scanning

Post by ANCIENTMARINER » 21 Dec 2016, 15:19

181.6875 and 181.25 both voice logged but may have more backup channels. cant access my database at mo as busy on job.

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Re: York scanning

Post by VX5R » 18 Feb 2017, 14:46

Hi all. I'm in wetherby but spend a considerate amount of time in York. Any frequencies up to date.
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Re: York scanning

Post by bozzy » 18 Feb 2017, 16:54

What are you after, Digital (DMR) or Analogue freqs?

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Re: York scanning

Post by VX5R » 19 Feb 2017, 00:11

Analogue for now. I am looking into the digital DMR side of things. Been out of radio 10yrs and coming back.
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Re: York scanning

Post by daleinhull » 19 Feb 2017, 16:53

The facebook will help, adding freqs

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