Cheshire Fire Brigade

Scanning radio frequencies for the North West
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Will we ever be able to pick these up again?

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Never say never - airwave is due for renegotiation very soon and it's still very much up in the air...with pressures on budget etc who knows what the mandarins are thinking

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My guess is that they will go back to using spectrum in 87.5 - 108 FM, analogue, unencrypted, so that you won't even need a scanner to pick them up - An old fashioned analogue car radio will do! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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The Coastguard is an emergency service, they are still mainly non Airwave.

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Do you have any freq for the coastguard mate ?

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Who's using this channel now? Was picking up something this morning but couldn't make it out at all

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