EAST YORKSHIRE LOGGINGS

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EAST YORKSHIRE LOGGINGS

Post by ANCIENTMARINER » 22 Oct 2016, 21:26

Hi all,
Put your EY stuff in this box to makes life a little easier.

I notice this week 167.5125 East Yorks Motor Services buses still using this channel and tone 162.2 and 173.8 still in use. Now that Driffield depot is supposed to be closed who is 162.2 now and is Scarborough still on with 218.1 ? 173.8 BTW is Hull Depot.

Rgds,
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Re: EAST YORKSHIRE LOGGINGS

Post by scanhermit » 05 Nov 2016, 20:13

I hear 167.5125 very well (Harrogate side). Just punched 173.8 into the Grecom to see if it comes across too.

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Post by phillmobile » 10 Nov 2016, 12:21

Try 181.2500, its fenstone and a skip firm in york, more banter than a monty python sketch.
This is the main traffic channel on the ex fleetcomm now london radio networks system.

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Post by daleinhull » 07 Dec 2016, 12:55

ANCIENTMARINER wrote:Hi all,
Put your EY stuff in this box to makes life a little easier.

I notice this week 167.5125 East Yorks Motor Services buses still using this channel and tone 162.2 and 173.8 still in use. Now that Driffield depot is supposed to be closed who is 162.2 now and is Scarborough still on with 218.1 ? 173.8 BTW is Hull Depot.

Rgds,
Alan
Hello yes Scarborough is still on 167.5125

218.8 control
233.6 Bus

162.2 eyms hull
173.8 eyms hull

also 186.2 is pocklington control area I believe the 186.2 transmitions are Millington

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Post by daleinhull » 07 Dec 2016, 13:04

sounds like users now have a digital choice on the riplingham net 163.3250 seems to be the only freq so far only user up to now is a skip company i presume has moved from the analogue side

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Post by phillmobile » 08 Dec 2016, 13:20

I get the impression not many people who use radios for business want to sound like a darlek, if you tune in to warter priory they are constantly asking each other what they said and there call sign is funny every one seems to have "warter one one" as there call sign

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Post by phillmobile » 08 Dec 2016, 13:20

Dale are you monitoring 66.21875MHz

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Post by daleinhull » 08 Dec 2016, 13:27

phillmobile wrote:I get the impression not many people who use radios for business want to sound like a darlek, if you tune in to warter priory they are constantly asking each other what they said and there call sign is funny every one seems to have "warter one one" as there call sign
I agree, I have heard I must admit I find digital a lot harder to understand callsigns myself

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Post by daleinhull » 08 Dec 2016, 13:28

phillmobile wrote:Dale are you monitoring 66.21875MHz
do you mean 166.21875? if so yes very stronger here

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Post by scanhermit » 10 Dec 2016, 20:58

Try 181.2500, its fenstone and a skip firm in york, more banter than a monty python sketch.
This is the main traffic channel on the ex fleetcomm now london radio networks system.
Sadly, neither of my scanners go there - there's a gap from 174 to 215.

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Post by phillmobile » 12 Dec 2016, 12:51

Hey Scanhermit you can pick up a old band3 radio that will scan these or maybe you need to see if santa will bring you a new toy your really missing out mate and Dale no not 166.21875 i mean 66.21875MHz cheers

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Post by phillmobile » 12 Dec 2016, 12:52

66.21875MHz its a Ambitalk control channel for East Yorkshire, signal goes for miles, from what i hear they are rolling out across the area as part of a nationwide system.

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Post by phillmobile » 12 Dec 2016, 12:58

166.225 and 166.4375 are Ashcourt Aggregates, they are both far too weak for me to attempt to decode i guess they have not got much coverage.

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Post by ANCIENTMARINER » 12 Dec 2016, 17:54

Hi,
Nice to see some faces back on here.

Alan

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Re: EAST YORKSHIRE LOGGINGS

Post by scanhermit » 12 Dec 2016, 18:49

Must try that Ambitalk channel, and the rest. Nice heads-up phill.

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