Unknow frequency detection, Holywood/Dundonald

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Johnsmith8008
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Unknow frequency detection, Holywood/Dundonald

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Hi guys, just wanted to see if anyone might be able to shed any light on this.

I recently came across activity on a DMR frequency of 453.1625 when driving between Dundonald and Holywood on my Whistler TRX1. I have searched online for info on it and can't find very much, and have listened to it frequently when in the general area but i can't determine who it belongs to.

My hunch is it is a local security team but as said, i can't find the frequency on any directories i've looked on to clarify this. I'm pretty certain from the transmissions that it isn't the hospital.

Cheers in advance.
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Queens University, Belfast
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Thanks for the reply. I did see that frequency registered to them on Radio Reference but it shows as NFM, whereas this is DMR. Would this have just migrated to digital if they changed system? Also there seemed to be talk of 'intercepts' on one conversation which kind of swayed me away from thinking it could still be them.
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RRuk is not that up-to-date when it comes to DMR. Many show in my area as NFM but are infact DMR.
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It would be nice if they did update the website.

Most uk areas seem to have incorrect detail.
And lack of ofcom dmr licence info.
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