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Post by gijoe » Mon Sep 11, 2017 2:36 pm

Just been to Scampton with about 5 frequencies and received nothing, talked to a near neighbour and he gave me the one he was on and that was great then later on it stopped receiving and it had changed anybody any ideas for me of a complete frequency list?

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Re: Frequencies

Post by EGVP » Mon Sep 11, 2017 2:38 pm

We list 5 in the Threshold.aero data centre, two of which are actually Waddington frequencies. Access to the data centre is £1, more at; https://www.threshold.aero/data-centre

What frequencies were you listening to?

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Re: Frequencies

Post by freebirduk » Mon Sep 11, 2017 2:40 pm

Tower was on VHF 125.35. I'd previously understood 122.1 to be tower but this was being used as ground. I didn't monitor UHF other than the Reds on 243.45.

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Re: Frequencies

Post by baz1 » Wed Sep 13, 2017 8:08 am

they were using quite a few different one that I made note of some waddo ones +others the ATC sounded like the one from Waddington weather he was in Scampton Twr or waddo made me wonder at times

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Re: Frequencies

Post by Punkrunner62 » Tue Sep 19, 2017 6:14 pm

Approach 250.85(Waddington),Ground 278.5,Radar/PAR 241.825,Tower 281.325,NATO Common Tower/Ground122.1,125.35 listed as Waddington Radar Standby.Hope this helps.

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