frequency map

General questions on scanning from 30 to 3000Mhz. Not sure what you can receive in your area? Here's the place to ask!

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frequency map

Post by AustDaveWA » Thu Jan 01, 2015 7:16 am

Don't know if anyone else has stumbled across this site, but I have found an interactive map that you can click on a location and see who owns the transmitter, the frequencies used at the site, lat and long, and the address.

I cannot gaurentee the accuracy but for a reference facility it makes a good starting point ... r_level=17
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Re: frequency map

Post by yorky » Thu Jan 01, 2015 2:36 pm

Yep its been around for a while, but it is certainly a great resource. Great to check where nearby phone towers are as well.
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Re: frequency map

Post by roland985 » Thu Jan 01, 2015 9:27 pm

Indeed, I think it's been stickied somewhere, but I can't be bothered finding it...

It's pretty awesome to see the amount of radio infrastructure is out there soley to give us a working telephone while moving about pretty much everywhere.

I still see that you need HF radio if you are going into the outback, or maybe sat phones (But that's cheating)

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