BOM Data on 151.5000Mhz

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BOM Data on 151.5000Mhz

Postby cartman » Fri Jul 19, 2019 7:52 pm

Has anybody ever got their heads around the BOM data on 151.5000Mhz using the emissions 7K50F2D and 10K1F2D?
The scanner can hear it from time to time and stops
Apparently there are 3 BOM sites around here at Liverpool within a couple of kilometres of my place

Site: 10003441 BOM Site - 48 Scrivener Street Warwick Farm NSW - Tx and Rx - Emission 7K50F2D (I think this site measures/transmits rainfall data)
Site: 5122 Met Bureau Site Liverpool Weir LIVERPOOL NSW - Emission 10K1F2D Tx Azimuth: 313.8° (Georges River height data?)
Site: 5070 Met Bureau Site 1 Hoxton Park Rd LIVERPOOL NSW - Emission 10K1F2D Rx Azimuth: 321.5° (Whitlam Centre)
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Scanners:
Whistler TRX-1, GRE PSR800 x 2, Uniden 780 x 2, Uniden 796, Uniden 396 x 2, Uniden 246, GRE Pro96.
Software:
DSD v1.101, WinDSDv2, ADCR25 v5.10, Unitrunker, Trunkview
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Re: BOM Data on 151.5000Mhz

Postby Radio_Australia » Fri Jul 19, 2019 8:48 pm

Is it possible to decode data via PC ?
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Re: BOM Data on 151.5000Mhz

Postby pks » Fri Jul 19, 2019 10:09 pm

Some info here: https://www.campbellsci.com.au/news-16-q1-case-study-sentinel

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