beware I-trip/LPFM txs

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Tim Bucknall
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beware I-trip/LPFM txs

Post by Tim Bucknall » 24 Aug 2016 11:52

I thought I had a Merseyside pirate KISS____ on 87.6 last week but today I spotted the same pi code on an Itrip so that's obviously what it was

so in case it helps anyone

the following PI codes are known to be used by mobile lpfm tx's (i'll keep adding to it)

D2A5
40A7
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Tim Bucknall
Posts: 1690
Joined: 01 Oct 2014 14:55
Location: Congleton, often in the Peak District, sometimes in Poland or Kresy
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Re: beware I-trip/LPFM txs

Post by Tim Bucknall » 09 Sep 2016 16:24

Home:Burkhardt Reuter RDR54D1 SDR V.415,
+ CLP 5130 Log P ant

Mobile: Comm Radio CR-1 + Sharman Skyscan ant, Pira P275

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