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ofcom frequency search

Posted: 11 Jan 2017, 15:54
by stanogs68
can any one please explain to me how to cross reference a frequency on the ofcom web site by entering it manually ,it has two boxes from and to and then a map but no matter how a refine the search i get about 1444 and pages ,even when i put 5m search radios on the map ,can someone help please ,this is my ref page is http://spectruminfo.ofcom.org.uk/spectrumInfo/licences is this right ,thanks {bnghd}

Re: ofcom frequency search

Posted: 11 Jan 2017, 16:18
by Metradio
Here is a tutorial I wrote for some Whistler scanner users:

Wireless Telegraphy Register.pdf


Mike

Re: ofcom frequency search

Posted: 11 Jan 2017, 16:22
by stanogs68
Metradio wrote:Here is a tutorial I wrote for some Whistler scanner users:

Wireless Telegraphy Register.pdf

Mike

thanks i sort of understand just the pasting of the map reference numbers :thumbup:

Re: ofcom frequency search

Posted: 11 Jan 2017, 19:16
by stanogs68
sill cant narrow it down i have put in the frequencies put buissnes ,buissnes registry asigned chandged to mhz ,put search area only and changed to within 10km on map and theres still 14444 pages ,dont get it

Re: ofcom frequency search

Posted: 11 Jan 2017, 19:26
by thelad
What area and what freq?

Re: ofcom frequency search

Posted: 11 Jan 2017, 19:28
by stanogs68
wigan 445.612.500

Re: ofcom frequency search

Posted: 11 Jan 2017, 19:51
by Admiral
The closest one seems to be this;


wigan2.JPG


The OS reference puts it on top od 'Winter Hill'.

Re: ofcom frequency search

Posted: 11 Jan 2017, 20:05
by jhampton2000
Stanogs68...I can only get that massive number of returns by searching on Business Radio > All
You need to search on Business Radio > Business Radio (Technically Assigned), plus fill in all the other boxes to constrain your search as above.

Re: ofcom frequency search

Posted: 11 Jan 2017, 20:40
by stanogs68
Admiral wrote:The closest one seems to be this;


wigan2.JPG

The OS reference puts it on top od 'Winter Hill'.

And who is the owner of that license admiral ,cheers

Re: ofcom frequency search

Posted: 11 Jan 2017, 20:47
by stanogs68
jhampton2000 wrote:Stanogs68...I can only get that massive number of returns by searching on Business Radio > All
You need to search on Business Radio > Business Radio (Technically Assigned), plus fill in all the other boxes to constrain your search as above.

I done all that mate im stuck with were im going wrong

Re: ofcom frequency search

Posted: 11 Jan 2017, 20:48
by Admiral
Instead of me posting someones details, put 0993397 into the 'I'm looking for this licence number:' box on the WTR.

Re: ofcom frequency search

Posted: 11 Jan 2017, 21:27
by stanogs68
Admiral wrote:Instead of me posting someones details, put 0993397 into the 'I'm looking for this licence number:' box on the WTR.

sounds about right mate :thumbup: you will have to tell me how do it admiral

Re: ofcom frequency search

Posted: 11 Jan 2017, 21:43
by Admiral
Err, I don't really know mate, I think you're doing something wrong rather than me doing something brilliant.

Re: ofcom frequency search

Posted: 11 Jan 2017, 21:46
by stanogs68
im absolutely sure your right with that statement

Re: ofcom frequency search

Posted: 11 Jan 2017, 21:48
by Admiral
And for the 'SD 66000 14500' transmitter site format I just use OS maps: https://osmaps.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/