Anyone know what these frequencies are used for

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Anyone know what these frequencies are used for

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I was in leeds on the roof of my work and started getting what sounds like morse code

110.9083 MHz
126.2250 MHz

Anyone know what they are used for just curious more than anything else
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Civil aviation beacons still identify in Morse code. The ground station locations are known and when you identify them and the bearing you know where you are. Google VOR and aviation NDB for more info.
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Ah thanks never heard anything like that before I'll definitely look into it 🙂
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Here in N. Cheshire I can hear Pole Hill on 112.1 MHz and MCT on 113.550 MHz. There's also an MCT on UHF 1043 MHz, which is a wideband thing. It must be located at the airport, but I'm not sure exactly what it is. I used to be able to see an outer marker on 75 MHz, but there's too much noise now.
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