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Glasgowman65
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identify a frequency

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Does anybody know 454.250 MHz is , they mention the royal infirmary and QUEH in Glasgow, its FM Mode.
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Glasgowman65 wrote: 10 Sep 2021, 16:40 Does anybody know 454.250 MHz is , they mention the royal infirmary and QUEH in Glasgow, its FM Mode.

I've got several hospital voice paging systems on that frequency, nothing near Glasgow but maybe that's what it is..
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It is a hospital pager frequency, I’m in Lanarkshire and get a lot of activity for all the surrounding hospitals
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I've had this one for the LIDGH Oban, bit of a noisy frequency with the data burst, had some voice comms on it as well though .
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