Available Frequencies!

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Available Frequencies!

Post by OldskoolPirate » Wed Aug 09, 2023 3:37 pm

Thinking about coming back on in Essex & Kent. I haven’t done anything for 2 years. I had loads of issues with with someone keep pulling cables last time. cba with it if it’s going off every 5 mins again.

Signal will cover Essex and Kent with some bleed into east London but will probably be piss weak over there. Thinking about using 91.6 as mega is non existent in my signal area and will wipe my piss weak signal out in London. Last time I used 91.7 but then it takes up 2 frequencies which is probably why they kept coming for me.

Does anyone object or know another good frequency to use ? Seen other people ask on here and they seem to stay on air.

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Re: Available Frequencies!

Post by fmuser877 » Wed Aug 09, 2023 10:17 pm

107.4 is now free in Essex well it is in the North part as used to be leisure FM
some one should go on there :tup

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Re: Available Frequencies!

Post by Wk-end » Thu Aug 10, 2023 5:52 pm

Is Time fm 107.5 not on any more then?
http://stream.wk-end.co.uk/

Studio Number> 07551-887-997

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Re: Available Frequencies!

Post by mpx » Thu Aug 10, 2023 6:07 pm

Looking at the bandscan, 87.9 might be usable

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Re: Available Frequencies!

Post by radionortheast » Fri Aug 11, 2023 6:59 pm

Don’t know if I can help on the frequency situation there, here there are lots of hills so you tend to get relays on every frequency, the best frequencies are either end of the band, that might something to think about if you are finding theres lots of stations around, you can limit the range of your signal by putting on a frequency of an out of area relay or lower the power on a clear frequency to stop it reaching too far.

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Re: Available Frequencies!

Post by cocksock » Fri Aug 11, 2023 9:40 pm

Pop a little email over to Ofcom and get their opinion on which one is best to use?

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Re: Available Frequencies!

Post by WEBB-TECH » Fri Aug 18, 2023 8:04 pm

Got a clear carrier on 91.6 in Basildon

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Re: Available Frequencies!

Post by OldskoolPirate » Sat Aug 19, 2023 1:41 pm

WEBB-TECH wrote: Fri Aug 18, 2023 8:04 pm Got a clear carrier on 91.6 in Basildon
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