any clues to this freq

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any clues to this freq

Post by Gemini4 » 11 Jan 2012, 13:27

anyone any clues as to where this freq is transmitting from please..been listening but can't make it out.
455.6250

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Post by archspoofer » 11 Jan 2012, 13:34

It's registered to
East Midlands Airport

and

Pork Farms LTD (they make the pork pies etc)
Queens Drive
NOTTINGHAM (Im thinking this one as its the only people im getting activity from)
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Post by TheBestGuyInTheWorld » 11 Jan 2012, 15:35

Yeah I was listening to that yesterday it sounded like bbc news reports constantly loops, it was also sending a tone of 94.8hz

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Post by archspoofer » 11 Jan 2012, 16:03

TheBestGuyInTheWorld wrote:Yeah I was listening to that yesterday it sounded like bbc news reports constantly loops, it was also sending a tone of 94.8hz
Well depending on where you are it may be something different... Earth is quite a large area to state as your location ! There are around 26 licensed users of that frequency within the UK
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Post by Gemini4 » 11 Jan 2012, 16:29

who ever it is was talking about water and things..and i heard the name belper..but i can't imagine anything in belper at the moment mate my heads gone blank..i also sent ya a pm archspoofer :D

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Post by TheBestGuyInTheWorld » 11 Jan 2012, 17:24

Sorry, I misread the freq, I was listening to 455.425 FM.
btw I'm from Derby

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Post by Gemini4 » 11 Jan 2012, 17:40

thats ok..its getting to be a bit of a mystery really..and now someone has mentioned belper in their transmission its even worse.
i was on the thinking it was british celonese in spondon till now???

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Post by archspoofer » 11 Jan 2012, 17:59

TheBestGuyInTheWorld wrote:Sorry, I misread the freq, I was listening to 455.425 FM.
btw I'm from Derby
455.425 is a BBC Television outside broadcast frequency
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Post by archspoofer » 11 Jan 2012, 18:05

sgt pepper wrote:thats ok..its getting to be a bit of a mystery really..and now someone has mentioned belper in their transmission its even worse.
i was on the thinking it was british celonese in spondon till now???

Just coz they mentioned Belper dosent mean they are there, they were probably talking about going there or delivering something etc. PM me you postcode as I cant find it and ill check the distance. I reckon its probably pork farms though as they're about 8 miles as the crow flys from u and the antenna is quite high up.
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Re: any clues to this freq

Post by Mart1n » 03 Jul 2012, 18:11

Ofcom search 49.5km of SP 462 908

Licence numbers:
0888851
0817636
0301972
0845313
0889301

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