Search and Rescue frequencies please

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Search and Rescue frequencies please

Post by WARLOCK » 02 Dec 2017, 19:51

can anyone help me out , i am looking for the frequencies to be able to receive the search and rescue frequencies , I live near the wash on the (norfolk/cambridgeshire boarder) i have been told 5.680 is this correct ???

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Post by AMX97 » 27 Jun 2018, 13:29

How do i listen to theses frequencies ive been trying to find out for a long time now but i don't seem to be get anywhere i''m a avid mountain biker and a wondering as i have a radio so that i don't have to worry about a phone signal or could i ring them and tell them the channel and frequencies i'm using

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Post by thelad » 27 Jun 2018, 14:28

You would need a radio that does HF. Not heard NMOC on HF for a bit myself.
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Post by pete_uk » 13 Oct 2018, 04:07

Interesting document, thanks

can NBDP be decoded?

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Re: Search and Rescue frequencies please

Post by Farty » 30 Nov 2018, 15:06

AMX97 wrote:
27 Jun 2018, 13:29
How do i listen to theses frequencies ive been trying to find out for a long time now but i don't seem to be get anywhere i''m a avid mountain biker and a wondering as i have a radio so that i don't have to worry about a phone signal or could i ring them and tell them the channel and frequencies i'm using
You may still not be able to make contact with a radio - if you're that bothered get a sat phone, and don't ride alone. That last one is from a qualified senior MTB trainer (me!).
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