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bailey_uk

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Re: Hearing VHF Base Transmissions
« Reply #15 on: May 13, 2009, 04:23:34 PM »
Thats exactly how Id imagined it!
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jonjorobb

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Re: Hearing VHF Base Transmissions
« Reply #16 on: May 14, 2009, 05:55:14 AM »
it may be worth you checking my website - www.jonjorobb.netne.net/e107/ for information on the Preston transmitter, and which offsets its best heard on. Please note this is a new site, not yet complete.

Thanks,
Jonjo

bailey_uk

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Re: Hearing VHF Base Transmissions
« Reply #17 on: May 14, 2009, 09:15:53 AM »
Wow, that site is exactly what Ive been looking for, after 10 years of making my own assumptions of what sectors are where and corrosponding frequncies.

Will be checking back regularly! Good work!

Quote from the site 'Ever wondered where FIWUD is?'

Hehe I was the same when I first started Airband scanning, wondering where Margo was, after hearing it so many times with northbound traffic heading over the borders!
« Last Edit: May 14, 2009, 09:18:41 AM by bailey_uk »
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jonjorobb

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Re: Hearing VHF Base Transmissions
« Reply #18 on: May 14, 2009, 03:20:44 PM »
Thanks! - will put some more maps up, but the Waypoints are gonna take a while, updating them all!

Thanks,
Jonjo

daveg4otu

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Re: Hearing VHF Base Transmissions
« Reply #19 on: May 14, 2009, 03:51:20 PM »
Does anyone here have any info on UHF freqs used by mil traffic  overflying the SW of England (Cornwall Deven etc)?
5 Miles N of BHD at 50.28.28 N/3.30.43W...400ft amsl.

Hampshire, Devon, Dorset and Isle of Wight  Airfields Websites.....
http://devonairfields.tripod.com/index.htm

dca

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Re: Hearing VHF Base Transmissions
« Reply #20 on: June 01, 2009, 08:47:41 AM »
Great website Jonjo.
Will you be adding to the transmitter page to include the southern ones?
9 nm south of LGW

dudbaker

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Re: Hearing VHF Base Transmissions
« Reply #21 on: June 01, 2009, 10:03:04 AM »

Hi

These are mainly Mil for Daventry Chedburgh Grantham Greenford Swingfield Warlingham Ventnor Clee Hill Sneafell Winstone Davidstow Moor.  Rothwell are trimingham are very similar.



125.275   Anglia Radar   Anglia Radar   Trimingham   1
125.95   Manchester    N Upper    Pres Kel   1
127.45   London Mil        Clee Hill   1
127.45   Manchester   Centre   Pres Kel   1
128.05   Manchester    Centre West    Pres Kel   1
128.25   London Mil      Greenford Clee Hill   1
128.7   London Mil           Chedburgh Clee Hill   1
131.125   Manchester    Centre   Preston   1
131.225   London Mil      Trimingham   1
133.05   Manchester    Centre   Preston   1
133.3   London Mil      Dav   1
133.325   London Mil      Chedburgh   1
133.4   Manchester    Centre Trent    Pres Kel   1
133.9   London Mil      Clee hill   1
134.425   Manchester    Centre   Preston   1
134.475   Scottish      Preston   1
135.075   London Mil      Trimingham   1
135.15   London Mil      Clee Hill   DSM   1
135.275   London Mil      Trimingham   1
135.575   London      Preston   1
135.575   London l            Wirral Sector   Preston Kel   1
135.625   London Mil      Trimingham   1
135.925   London Mil          Trimingham   1
231.825   London Mil    London Mil    Green Vent DSM Win   1
232.875   London Mil    ICF W (S)   Clee Hill DSM 3340 Dk 34       1
233.225     London Mil    East   Trim    1
233.725   London Mil    East   Trim Roth Wash.  Navpi   1
251.425     London Mil    East   Trim    1
251.475   Scottish Mil   Scottish Mil      1
252.875   London Mil    Central   Clee Hill Greenford  AARA 6.     1
252.975   London Mil      Chedburgh   1
256.575   London Mil      Clee Hill Litchfield  133.90   1
259.6   London Mil    East   Trim   6130 Desk 13       1
261.35   London Mil    East   Trimingham ARA8   1
269.475   London Mil    East   Trimingham 6120 Desk 12   1
270.05   London Mil    East   Trimingham 6110 Desk 11       1
275.5    London Mil    East   Grantham   1
275.625   London Mil    Southeast   Ched Warl Ven.  CC 371.55   1
275.65   London Mil    East   Trimingham   1
277.625   Lon Mil      Preston   1
277.775   London Mil   ICF    Trimingham     1
278.6   London Mil    ICF SW   Warl Clee Hill DSM   1
280.825   Lon Mil      Preston   1
282.125   London Mil      Snaefell GDF Grantham   1
282.5   London Mil      Clee Hill   1
283.475   Anglia Rader   Anglia Rader   Trimingham   1
284.675   London Mil    East   Trimingham 6140 Desk 14       1
284.7   London Mil   S   Warl Swing   1
292.525   London Mil    Central   Clee Hill   1
293.475   London Mil    South   Greenford DSM Win   1
341.675   London Mil    ICF Cen (Sec)   Greenford Daventry Win   1
342.075   London mil           Rothwell Only   1
370.625     London Mil    East Wash   Rothwell Only   1
371.55   London Mil    ICF Sec   Ched Warl  275.625   1
371.8    London Mil    East   Trimingham   1
372.675   London Mil    West   Clee Hill  DSM   1
397.175     London Mil    East   Rothwell Only   1
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jonjorobb

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Re: Hearing VHF Base Transmissions
« Reply #22 on: June 01, 2009, 11:58:26 AM »
Be aware, some of these Freq's are no Longer in use, and also some of the Sectors.

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Jonjo

jonjorobb

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Re: Hearing VHF Base Transmissions
« Reply #23 on: June 28, 2009, 10:59:52 AM »
Does anyone here have any info on UHF freqs used by mil traffic  overflying the SW of England (Cornwall Deven etc)?

Inital Contact Freq is 278.600

This is the map I made http://jonjorobb.netne.net/jonjo/MMARS.png

Thanks,
Jonjo

fatkat

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Re: Hearing VHF Base Transmissions
« Reply #24 on: June 28, 2009, 11:22:49 AM »
wow ...just looked at your website

I doff my cap in your direction  !

EMA

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Re: Hearing VHF Base Transmissions
« Reply #25 on: June 28, 2009, 04:49:50 PM »
it may be worth you checking my website - www.jonjorobb.netne.net/e107/ for information on the Preston transmitter, and which offsets its best heard on. Please note this is a new site, not yet complete.

Thanks,
Jonjo

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jonjorobb

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Re: Hearing VHF Base Transmissions
« Reply #26 on: June 28, 2009, 05:10:47 PM »
Sorry to hear your having problems.

Ive had a lot of problems with the Member access, so im considering just making it a page open to all and scrapp the Idea of members.

Will be done be tonight, I promise
Jonjo

EMA

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Re: Hearing VHF Base Transmissions
« Reply #27 on: June 28, 2009, 05:12:27 PM »
Sorry to hear your having problems.

Ive had a lot of problems with the Member access, so im considering just making it a page open to all and scrapp the Idea of members.

Will be done be tonight, I promise
Jonjo

Thanks, I have tried a couple of times including today, I get the message confirmation email sent but nothing arrives :-(

jonjorobb

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Re: Hearing VHF Base Transmissions
« Reply #28 on: June 28, 2009, 05:34:18 PM »
Its done now :)

EMA

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Re: Hearing VHF Base Transmissions
« Reply #29 on: June 28, 2009, 05:38:22 PM »
Excellent, thanks for providing such an informative site.