Dublin close call hits June 2019

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Tim Bucknall
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Dublin close call hits June 2019

Post by Tim Bucknall » 10 Jul 2019 16:00

we don't have a UHF and Upper VHF forum so i'm sticking these here
they will be good props indicators for me, Peter and Andy

84.35 the Pira P275 kept stopping here so i presume theres still some residual ambulance activity

all the rest auto logged by the uniden handy
156.6 presumed Irish ferries
158.7625
162.525 CTCSS 123.0
164.925 CTCSS 103.5
165.0375 CTCSS 114.0
165.125 CTCSS 103.5
169.925 CTCSS 103.5
416.3
416.59375
416.6
451.2875 CTCSS
451.3375 DCS 051
452.2
456.225
459.1
Rx: Burkhardt Reuter RDR54D1, Elad FDM-S2, Airspy HF+ w/ HS Publications 6 Element R3 -R5 Yagi on rooftop rotator V/H polarization options. Pira P275 RDS analyser

pe1etr
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Re: Dublin close call hits June 2019

Post by pe1etr » 10 Jul 2019 16:19

I thought this was about station closures.
:)

KPC850
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Re: Dublin close call hits June 2019

Post by KPC850 » 10 Jul 2019 20:45

Tim, a recent Dublin pirate list is here (July 8th most recent), some stations are part time/weekends only, may be of use to you while there:

https://twitter.com/pirate_ie

Tim Bucknall
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Re: Dublin close call hits June 2019

Post by Tim Bucknall » 11 Jul 2019 08:17

sadly i'm now home but its still a useful list

bandscans from Dublin, Holyhead and the middle of the irish sea now up on fmlist
i think i did ok for a week day, one station made it across to Wales, i've forgotten which now
Rx: Burkhardt Reuter RDR54D1, Elad FDM-S2, Airspy HF+ w/ HS Publications 6 Element R3 -R5 Yagi on rooftop rotator V/H polarization options. Pira P275 RDS analyser

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Re: Dublin close call hits June 2019

Post by KPC850 » 12 Sep 2019 09:50

Tim Bucknall wrote:
10 Jul 2019 16:00

456.225
456.2250 MHz NFM (and other freqs in the 456.0-456.5 area) are for train communications in IRL, they transmit all the time, usually with a 2.28kHz pilot tone when no communications (where I am anyway).

I have also heard them 456.1750 , 456.2750 , 456.3500, 456.3250 , 456.3750 , 456.4250 , 456.4750.
These transmitters are beside rail tracks

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