New UK Radio Scanning Frequencies Forum

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New UK Radio Scanning Frequencies Forum

Post by JohnUK » 23 Nov 2012, 22:00

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UK Radio Scanning Forum
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Link http://ukradioscanning.com/

A new forum site with a lot of uk frequency listings, they link back here so returning the favour :P

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Re: New UK Radio Scanning Frequencies Forum

Post by Minus1 » 24 Nov 2012, 14:28

70.5125.H.O. - Fire Service mainscheme, to 71.5= (with 80-81.5) 12.5kHz AM/FM
Nothing like being bang up to date eh? {bnghd}
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Post by bigpimp347 » 24 Nov 2012, 15:21

it's surprising how many upto date sites are so out of date..
PROMA used to be good and upto date, even the 2012 scanner guides on ebay are out of date..

i'd love to be able to find reliable upto date frequencies. :)
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Post by Yamanx » 24 Nov 2012, 17:53

bigpimp347 wrote:it's surprising how many upto date sites are so out of date..
PROMA used to be good and upto date, even the 2012 scanner guides on ebay are out of date..

i'd love to be able to find reliable upto date frequencies. :)

So would I, its a real pain not being able to obtain this information. I would publish it if I could find it :(

We have a guy 56FB001 Mike, who is seriously into scanning pirate radio, he publishes nearly every day on the FB forum.

But other scanning goes missing :(

I did find a half decent numbers scanning site, but even that hasn't been touched for a couple of years now.
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Post by bigpimp347 » 24 Nov 2012, 18:13

JohnUK wrote:http://ukscanningdirectory.co.uk/ is up to date ;)
yes if you pay for it...
i did once, registered and never got updates..!!
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Re: New UK Radio Scanning Frequencies Forum

Post by JohnUK » 24 Nov 2012, 18:17

Minus1 wrote:
70.5125.H.O. - Fire Service mainscheme, to 71.5= (with 80-81.5) 12.5kHz AM/FM
Nothing like being bang up to date eh? {bnghd}
Theres a lot of frequencies on there and a lot of frequency lists. And a lot of them are listed by date for example: UK SCANNING DIRECTORY 2009 COMPLETE PROMA DATABASE a file a lot here will be familiar with, we could also find many frequencies on here out of date so you can't really knock them on that, even ofcom isn't god and flucks up :)

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Post by JohnUK » 24 Nov 2012, 18:20

bigpimp347 wrote:yes if you pay for it...
i did once, registered and never got updates..!!
I think thats a common misunderstanding. Where the description says updated daily it means they update it daily so its an up to date copy that has been maintained daily. They cant update the cd daily as once its sent thats it. But I will pass this on ;)

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Re: New UK Radio Scanning Frequencies Forum

Post by RogerD » 24 Nov 2012, 19:25

http://ukspec.tripod.com/spectrum.html has a more up to date version of 70.5-71.5, it doesn't do local frequencies but it's a pretty good guide for national stuff.

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Re: New UK Radio Scanning Frequencies Forum

Post by JohnUK » 25 Nov 2012, 10:07

Not really RogerD, there is no mention of the fire service in that area on The UK Scanning Directory (KimmyJS19) either, and posts on that forum do not reflect the directories content, which is updated daily by a number of people, I mean, there's lots of frequencies listings on the forum here at TM1 that are stickies but haven't been updated since 2004.

That is a nice link you posted and I've seen it before over the years but it's only a band plan, and opening it at work without an adblocker was a bad idea with all the adverts and the advertisement video playing, nice resource though and very well put together, also another good resource where you can get a similar look at the band plan from ofcom on the link here too ;)

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