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Old 26 Jun 2008, 04:33 (Ref:2237712)   #1
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just wondering if anyone has monitored any radio action between drivers and the pits when track side and if so the teams radio freq.
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Old 1 Jul 2008, 04:11 (Ref:2241083)   #2
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surely there must be some people out there who have attended the races and have taken there radio scanner to pick up the action?
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I don't have any confirmed freqs for the actual races but i do have a complete list for pre-season testing for the past two seasons...try here:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/uk_mot...t_frequencies/

Im pretty sure the Team Ireland and Team China freqs are now out of date as I think they changed radio suppliers mid 07-08 season.

The freqs have changed from one season to the next but youll see from the lists that they are all packed into a few easy to find bands. The freqs are prob very similar/the same for the races.

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How hard would it theoretically be to then stream them via the internet? TV, live timing data and flicking between team radios...would be nice...
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Old 30 Jul 2008, 20:12 (Ref:2260481)   #6
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Not difficult at all......you need a scanner near the track with the right freqs, linked to an online PC with streaming software. Ideally the scanner will be pc-controlled to show the freq/channel you are listening to. This guy does it for formula one and v8s in melbourne:

http://mith.com.au/wordpress/?page_id=16
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I don't have any confirmed freqs for the actual races but i do have a complete list for pre-season testing for the past two seasons...try here:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/uk_mot...t_frequencies/

Im pretty sure the Team Ireland and Team China freqs are now out of date as I think they changed radio suppliers mid 07-08 season.

The freqs have changed from one season to the next but youll see from the lists that they are all packed into a few easy to find bands. The freqs are prob very similar/the same for the races.

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All teams use the same MRTC Radio system, and as far as I'm aware, always have done.
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Old 3 Aug 2008, 15:26 (Ref:2262620)   #8
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I agree in that i think they all now use MRTC radios but Team Ireland and China have always used Vertex VX420/Sennheiser headsets up until about mid last season when they too switched to MRTC Kenwoods. I dont know know supplied those Vertex radios: Double R Racing and Jordan/Spyker F1 used them too.

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