Pocsag.

Scanning radio frequencies in Yorkshire & Lincolnshire
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G-man
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Pocsag.

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Hi all I'm looking for pocsag frequencies for Yorkshire to try & decode.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Re: Pocsag.

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I expect you have found them by now, if not
https://www.sigidwiki.com/wiki/POCSAG
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I'm commenting on an internet forum, why should your facts sway my opinion?
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Hi dcwuk thank you for the link I have visited this site before & have most of the frequencies programmed in.
But on looking around on the net I dont seem to be able to find any for Yorkshire so maybe they are using airwave or tetra?
Thanks again
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The only frequencies I've heard POCSAG are 137, 147, and 153MHz, either national networks or users. French POCSAG can be heard on 466MHz and Italian hospitals use it on 40MHz. All the other flavours of paging I've come across are simple tone alerters, proprietary standards or ETS 300.224, I'm thinking hospitals etc on 31 and 49MHz and other on site systems.
my friend grafter, seems like you are using a very offensive tone in the reply.
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Hi grafter I didnt even realize you can hear french & Italian to be honest but theres a couple of frequencies to try from your comments that I'll give a go & search around the frequencies that you've mentioned.
Thank you for taking the time to comment đź‘Ť
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