Warrington 455.750

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Re: Warrington 455.750

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I've found 440.225, 455.775, 453.9875, 445.6125, 455.750, also 456.975 (a warehouse or distribution centre, but which, there are loads around here) all on DMR, on 456.400 on NFM which is possibly a shopwatch in St Helens
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Re: Warrington 455.750

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You still haven't yet said which scanner you have. Some have continuous from 25 to 1300 mhz, some have gaps.
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Re: Warrington 455.750

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Bottom of page 1 the list with freq, ICOM IC R5
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Re: Warrington 455.750

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Carlos wrote: 14 Jan 2021, 22:43 I've found 440.225, 455.775, 453.9875, 445.6125, 455.750, also 456.975 (a warehouse or distribution centre, but which, there are loads around here) all on DMR, on 456.400 on NFM which is possibly a shopwatch in St Helens
Exact same text posted by someone else on another bulletin board......

'carlos' using an R5 but can determine that a dmr freq is a warehouse or distribution centre?

He can listen to paging data and say it's an 'airport'?


Anyone else find this rather suspect?
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Re: Warrington 455.750

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Nowadays it is not unusual :-(

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