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Scanning radio frequencies for Scotland
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- Joined: 28 Apr 2012, 01:16
There's still a fair bit of radio traffic to be picked up on analogue in Edinburgh. Rather than Close Call, you might be better trying the 'Search for...' 'Custom Search' function and then typing in the upper & lower ranges in the common UHF bands in use. There are still city wide repeaters that are operational so you'll pick-up some taxi firms, courier companies, the Zoo, the uplift trucks that carry away the illegally parked vehicles. If some of the shop & security staff in Hermiston Gate still use Baofeng 888s, you'll probably be able to receive their comms on the preset frequencies. And, of course, the Edinburgh Airport relay (but much more fun listening to aircraft transmissions on the usual channels.) Good luck.