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UIC 751-3 in Europe?!

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Hey
I know Train Plotter and i try to use it. But i dont see any Signal in my SDR#. I only life ~2km away from the next International Train Track wo cross hundred or Trains every day my area but i cant find any Signal there....
I what the Waterfall for hours but i cant see any Signal out there...
The Website say:
at,be,dk,de,nl,es 467,400 MHz - 468,450 MHz 457,450 MHz - 458,450 MHz
at,be,dk,de,nl,es (alternate) 447,400 MHz - 448,450 MHz 457,450 MHz - 458,450 MHz

I know the Middle European Contry Switch to GSM-R and my Railtrack have a 100% Coverage.

Does the Trains Operator use UIC 751-3 anymore???
THX!
 

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the UIC 751-3 communication channels are easily distinguished by its continuous 2280 Hz tone that is interrupted only when there is a voice communication. if you do not hear that tone then this system is not used anymore in your area.

Check UIC 751-3 Treindata
 

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the question is does the european train company use UIC 751-3 communication already?
I know in the most rail tracks use gsm-r only.
 
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