devon and cornwall frequency list

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neil57uk1 wrote:Hi

I can tell from the EX depot sticker what your interests are.

For Exeter I have St Davids on 453.900 (118.8), Central 461.450 (tone would be welcome), Depot 462.075 (again tone wecome), Totnes 462.425 (186.2), Newton Abbott 460.1125 (tone?), Torquay 460.225 (tone?)

Any updates?
I'll see what I can do about CTSS tones for the stations, Exeter Depot CTSS is 114.8 I believe.
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I used to stay in Plymouth and I listened to both the rail station and the shopwatch a lot.
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Laira Depot has now gone TRBO.....

Bit of a thread bump but now I've got the ARD-300 and AR8600Mk2 to work together what is the Spot frequency for the Stagecoach Exeter Buses TRBO?
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neil57uk1 wrote:Not so long ago the station was on 453.900 (103.5).

Some unusual listings on in the WTR for Laira Depot, namely 165.3125, 169.2875 and 172.700 (as a single freq). Not typical railway freqs but may be worth a listen if you are in Plymouth.
they are still on 453.900 but dmr digital and pubwatch is also dmr digital also hospital ,parkin wardens and so on as i listen to them all time if anyone wonts to listen to my scanner rooms on zello they are: plymouth scanner room 03
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Are the aquarium using analogue?
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mikey11 wrote: 06 Apr 2016, 16:58
neil57uk1 wrote:Not so long ago the station was on 453.900 (103.5).

Some unusual listings on in the WTR for Laira Depot, namely 165.3125, 169.2875 and 172.700 (as a single freq). Not typical railway freqs but may be worth a listen if you are in Plymouth.
they are still on 453.900 but dmr digital and pubwatch is also dmr digital also hospital ,parkin wardens and so on as i listen to them all time if anyone wonts to listen to my scanner rooms on zello they are: plymouth scanner room 03
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Laira depot is now on 456.450 MHz, DMR I believe, I will confirm the colour code etc when I am next down there with the AOR DV10 with me. Edit. Laira is Colour Code 12. Plymouth station is Colour Code 1 on 453.900 Mhz.
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Nice to have confirmation, thanks
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Correction: Laira Depot is 453.175Mhz Color 8 ;)
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hamtrektng wrote: 03 Jan 2020, 19:42 Correction: Laira Depot is 453.175Mhz Color 8 ;)
Who is the user of 456.450 in the Laira area then? Very active on nights. I'll have to take my newly acquired Baofeng 1801 on nights down there then. :shock: :D Once Ive learnt how to drive it!
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Chris64ex4 wrote: 12 Jan 2020, 10:59
hamtrektng wrote: 03 Jan 2020, 19:42 Correction: Laira Depot is 453.175Mhz Color 8 ;)
Who is the user of 456.450 in the Laira area then? Very active on nights. I'll have to take my newly acquired Baofeng 1801 on nights down there then. :shock: :D Once Ive learnt how to drive it!
There were at one time two frequencies in use at Laira in analogue day's, 435.175 MHz was the main frequency and 453.075 was the back to back shunter / driver frequency used for shunting / forming up High Speed Trains etc. I'd assume they'd do that on one frequency these days. Still learning DMR and this Baofeng 1801 which doesn't appear to have read it's own instruction book.
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I don’t suppose anyone has the encrypt code for 453.975 colour code 2 which is the old Exeter pub / shopwatch? Ta in advance.
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Hi Chris, that's on an XPT hytera system so the key would be 10 characters long. Its a basic privacy key (40bit). Hope this helps. Stay safe!
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Anyone know of any good frequencies for Totnes? Usinga Uv5r with a mod so it can cover 118.00mhz up to 500mhz
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can anyone give me the codes for plymouth cctv pubwatch shop watch parc officers and so on please any help i would really appreciate thank you
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They are encrypted, you would need a mototrbo set to listen in and the privacy key.
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