3.924 ?

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nordhavn
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3.924 ?

Post by nordhavn » 19 Sep 2013, 14:02

Any idea whats on this frequency ? just caught the last bit of a conversation "" nothing for your unit at the moment"" it was two females .

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Post by grahamwilman01 » 19 Sep 2013, 14:24

It is a military frequency that is in use during the twice annual military exercise Joint Warrior which is during May and April and although I cannot be sure as I cannot find the dates for the second exercise I think it also takes place during September and October.
http://tinyurl.com/or7tyvy

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Post by marcusabacus » 19 Sep 2013, 14:33

Agreed with graham...

GFD also states this.

Looking in a couple of books i have... 1 states RN Plymouth Air Ops Dockyard , other states RAF Architect High Wycombe.

Some info...

United Kingdom (TASCOMM)
Voice Call Sign: ARCHITECT
Frequency: 4742.0 5702.0 9031.0 11247.0 13257.0 18018.0 (USB) kHz.

Long range HF communications Flight Watch for RAF/Naval aircraft from 24 hour manned operations center at DHFCS Forest Moor and DHFCS Kinloss.
Waak Waak

Signal R-537S
Baofeng UV-5R
Baofeng GT-3
Yaesu VR160
Uniden Bearcat BCT15X
Tecsun PL365
Sony ICF-5500M
Commradio CR1A
Whistler TRX-2
Uniden UBC3500XLT
Commtel COM207
Nasa HF3
Kenwood R600
Yaesu FRG7

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Re: 3.924 ?

Post by nordhavn » 19 Sep 2013, 16:13

Cheers gents

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Re: 3.924 ?

Post by milairscanner » 21 Sep 2013, 06:36

Just to add, 3924 is Plymouth Air Safety and is in use almost every weekday....Usually comms between ship and air assets.

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Steve Jerome
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