NSW P25 GRN - ACT Talkgroups

NSW P25 GRN - ACT Talkgroups

Postby Walt Bishop » Tue Apr 30, 2019 5:47 pm

Hi all, here's a fairly accurate list of ACT talkgroups I've compiled over the last 10 years or so. Until recently, I've been a bit absent from monitoring in that time so some things may have changed. But there are some TGs here I've either seen identified incorrectly, or not at all online; enjoy.

Please feel free to drop me updates and new info, and I'll update this post.

* PLEASE NOTE THAT ACT TGIDS/RIDS ARE A RATHER LOOSELY DEFINED ASSEMBLAGE; THEY DON'T ALWAYS FOLLOW A SEQUENTIAL OR LOGICAL ORDER *

* UNIDENTIFIED GROUPS ARE NOW LISTED AT THE END OF THIS LIST *


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IDENTIFIED GROUPS

ACT EMERGENCY SERVICES AGENCY - UNENCRYPTED RIDs 1000nnn, 1010nnn, 1020nnn, 1030nnn, 1040nnn, 1042nnn, 1044nnn, 1051nnn, 1052nnn, 1053nnn, 1054nnn
40010 | ESA 7 | ACT ESA LIAISON 7
40011 | ESA 8 | ACT ESA LIAISON 8

ACT AMBULANCE SERVICE - ENCRYPTED RIDs 1000nnn
40013 | OPS 1 | ACTAS OPERATIONS 1
40014 | OPS 2 | ACTAS OPERATIONS 2
40015 | OPS 3 | ACTAS OPERATIONS 3
40016 | TCH | CANBERRA HOSPITAL LIAISON
40017 | ? | CALVARY HOSPITAL LIAISON
40018 | INC 1 | INCIDENT 1
40020 ?
40026 | ? | EVENT FOOD SAFETY ?
40028 | ? | NON-EMERGENCY PATIENT TRANSPORT


ACT EMERGENCY SERVICES AGENCY - UNENCRYPTED RIDs 1000nnn, 1010nnn, 1020nnn, 1030nnn, 1040nnn, 1042nnn, 1044nnn, 1051nnn, 1052nnn, 1053nnn, 1054nnn
40031 | AIR SUP | ACT ESA AIR SUPPORT
40032 | ESA 1 | ACT ESA LIAISON 1 (PATCHED TO ACTFR OPS 10 AS REQUIRED FOR JOINT FIREGROUND OPERATIONS WITH ACTFR)
40033 | ESA 2 | ACT ESA LIAISON 2
40034 | ESA 3 | ACT ESA LIAISON 3
40035 | ESA 4 | ACT ESA LIAISON 4
40036 | ESA 5 | ACT ESA LIAISON 5
40037 | ESA 6 | ACT ESA LIAISON 6
40038 | ESA 9 | ACT ESA LIAISON 9
40039 | ESA 10 | ACT ESA LIAISON 10
40040 | ESA 11 | ACT ESA LIAISON 11
40041 | ESA 12 | ACT ESA LIAISON 12
40042 | ESA 13 | ACT ESA LIAISON 13
40043 | ESA 14 | ACT ESA LIAISON 14 (PREVIOUSLY ESA JOINT TASK)
40046 | ESA 15 | ACT ESA LIAISON 15 * NEW! *
40047 | ESA 16 | ACT ESA LIAISON 16 * NEW! *

ACT FIRE AND RESCUE - NORMALLY ENCRYPTED RIDs 1010nnn, 1051nnn, Consoles 10440nn
40050 | 1 OPS 1 | FIRE BRIGADE OPS 1
40051 | 2 OPS 2 | FIRE BRIGADE OPS 2
40052 | 3 OPS 3 | FIRE BRIGADE OPS 3
40053 | 4 OPS 4 | FIRE BRIGADE OPS 4
40054 | 5 OPS 5 | FIRE BRIGADE OPS 5
40055 | 6 OPS 6 | FIRE BRIGADE OPS 6
40056 | 7 OPS 7 | FIRE BRIGADE OPS 7
40057 | 8 OPS 8 IMT | FIRE BRIGADE OPS INCIDENT MANAGEMENT TEAM 8
40058 | 9 OPS 9 IMT | FIRE BRIGADE OPS INCIDENT MANAGEMENT TEAM 9

40059 | 10 OPS 10 | FIRE BRIGADE OPS 10 (UNENCRYPTED, PATCHED TO ESA 1 AS REQUIRED FOR JOINT FIREGROUND OPERATIONS WITH ACT RFS)
40060 | 11 OPS 11 | FIRE BRIGADE OPS 11 (UNENCRYPTED)
40062 ?

TRANSPORT CANBERRA CITY SERVICES - UNENCRYPTED RIDs 1095nnn (previously 1040nnn)
40066 | ? | PARKING INSPECTORS
40067 | PARKING 2 | PARKING INSPECTORS (MAIN TALKGROUP)

ACT RURAL FIRE SERVICE - UNENCRYPTED RIDs 1020nnn, 1053nnn, Consoles 10440nn
40068 | 1 RFS OPS | RFS OPERATIONS
40069 | 2 FG | FIREGROUND 2 (NOT IN USE, NOT CURRENTLY PROGRAMMED)
40070 | 3 FG | FIREGROUND 3 (NOT IN USE, NOT CURRENTLY PROGRAMMED)
40071 | 4 FG | FIREGROUND 4 (NOT IN USE, NOT CURRENTLY PROGRAMMED)
40072 | 5 FG | FIREGROUND 5 (NOT IN USE, NOT CURRENTLY PROGRAMMED)
40073 | 6 FG | FIREGROUND 6 (NOT IN USE, NOT CURRENTLY PROGRAMMED)
40074 | 7 FG | FIREGROUND 7 (NOT IN USE, NOT CURRENTLY PROGRAMMED)
40075 | 8 RFS IMT | RFS INCIDENT MANAGEMENT TEAM
40076 | 9 AIR OPS | AIR OPERATIONS
40077 | 10 PLT OPS | PLANT OPERATIONS

ACT STATE EMERGENCY SERVICE - UNENCRYPTED RIDs 1030nnn, 1052nnn, Consoles 10440nn
40078 | 1 SES OPS | SES OPERATIONS
40079 | 2 BEL SES | BELCONNEN SES UNIT
40080 | 3 GUN SES | GUNGAHLIN SES UNIT
40081 | 4 MAJ SES | MAJURA SES UNIT
40082 | 5 PIA SES | PIALLIGO SES UNIT
40083 | 6 WOD SES | WODEN SES UNIT
40084 | 7 RIV SES | RIVERS SES UNIT
40085 | 8 TUG SES | TUGGERANONG SES UNIT
40086 | 9 SES IMT | SES INCIDENT MANAGEMENT TEAM
40087 | 10 SES IMT | SES INCIDENT MANAGEMENT TEAM
40088 | 11 SES IMT | SES INCIDENT MANAGEMENT TEAM

ACT PARKS AND CONSERVATION SERVICE - NORMALLY UNENCRYPTED RIDs 1020nnn, Consoles 10440nn
40089 | 10 PCS OPS | PCS OPERATIONS (ENCRYPTED)
40090 | 11 PCS OPS | PCS OPERATIONS (ENCRYPTED)

40091 | 7 FIRE MGT | FIRE MANAGEMENT
40092 | 8 PCS CNP | CANBERRA NATURE PARKS
40093 | 9 PCS RURAL | RURAL OPERATIONS
40097 | HRB 1 | PARKS HAZARD REDUCTION BURN 1

ACT RURAL FIRE SERVICE - UNENCRYPTED RIDs 1020nnn, 1053nnn
42000 | GUI RFS | GUISES CREEK BRIGADE
42001 | GUN RFS | GUNGAHLIN BRIGADE
42002 | HALL RFS | HALL BRIGADE
42003 | JER RFS | JERRABOMBERRA BRIGADE
42004 | MOL RFS | MOLONGLO BRIGADE
42005 | RIV RFS | RIVERS BRIGADE
42006 | SOU RFS | SOUTHERN DISTRICTS BRIGADE
42007 | TID RFS | TIDBINBILLA BRIGADE
42008 | HQ RFS | HEADQUARTERS BRIGADE

ACT PARKS AND CONSERVATION SERVICE - UNENCRYPTED RIDs 1020nnn
42009 | HRB 2 | PARKS HAZARD REDUCTION BURN 2

TRANSPORT CANBERRA CITY SERVICES - MIXED UNENCRYPTED + ENCRYPTED RIDs 1046nnn
42010 | ? | TCCS
42011 | ? | TCCS

42013 | ? | TCCS - ROADS MAINTENANCE
42015 ?
42020 ?

42021 | ? | TCCS - NATIONAL ARBORETUM

ACT EMERGENCY SERVICES AGENCY - UNENCRYPTED RIDs 1000nnn, 1010nnn, 1020nnn, 1030nnn,
44004 | 17 1-TREE | SITE 3-03 (ONE TREE) ACT ESA SITE TRUNKING
44005 | 18 TENNENT | SITE 3-10 (MT TENNENT) ACT ESA SITE TRUNKING
44006 | 19 BULLS H | SITE 3-08 (BULLS HEAD) ACT ESA SITE TRUNKING
44007 | 20 GININI | SITE 3-09 (MT GININI) ACT ESA SITE TRUNKING
44008 | 21 MT CLEAR | SITE 3-14 (MT CLEAR) ACT ESA SITE TRUNKING

TCSS/ACTION BUSES - ENCRYPTED RIDs 1045nnn
44010 | B-FLEET OPS | BELCONNEN FLEET OPERATIONS
44011 | T-FLEET OPS | TUGGERANONG FLEET OPERATIONS
44012 | ? | EVENT OPERATIONS
44013 | ? | EMERGENCY CALLS
44014 | ? | BROADCAST ALL CALL GROUPS
44015 | ? | SCHOOL OPS
44016 ?
44017 ?
44020 ?

44027 | ? | TRAINING (UNENCRYPTED)
44028 | ? | FIELD OPS 1
44029 | ? | FIELD OPS 2

44030 | ? |(UNENCRYPTED)
44031 | ? | MECHANICS WORKSHOPS
44032 | ? | UNID INTERCHANGE PA
44033 | ? | CITY INTERCHANGE PA
44034 | ? | WODEN INTERCHANGE PA
44035 | ? | UNID INTERCHANGE PA
44036 | ? | BELCONNEN STARTERS
44037 | ? | TUGGERANONG STARTERS
44038 ?


TRANSPORT CANBERRA CITY SERVICES - ENCRYPTED RIDs 1040nnn, 1046nnn
44039 ?
44040| ? | CITY RANGERS ?


TCSS/ACTION BUSES - ENCRYPTED RIDs 1045nnn
44041 ?

TRANSPORT CANBERRA CITY SERVICES - ENCRYPTED RIDs 1040nnn, 1046nnn
44047 ?
44063 ?
44064 ?
44066 ?


TCSS/ACTION BUSES - ENCRYPTED RIDs 1045nnn
44067 ?

* NEW! *
ACT DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND COMMUNITY SAFETY - UNENCRYPTED
RIDs 1051nnn, 1052nnn, 1090nnn, 2955nnn?
44098 | ACTGOV 1 | WHOLE OF JUSTICE AND COMMUNITY SAFETY DIRECTORATE COMMUNICATIONS
44099 | ACTGOV 2 | WHOLE OF JUSTICE AND COMMUNITY SAFETY DIRECTORATE COMMUNICATIONS

ACT CORRECTIVE SERVICES - ENCRYPTED RIDs 1055nnn, 1090nnn
44100 | AMC OPS 1 | GENERAL CALL GROUP FOR ALL NORMAL COMMUNICATIONS
44101 | AMC OPS 2 | INCIDENT RESPONSE, WHEN REQUESTED BY A STAFF MEMBER
44102 | AMC HEALTH | HEALTH CENTRE INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS
44103 | AMC SECURITY | SECURITY UNIT INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS
44104 | CONTRACTOR | INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS TO CONTRACT SERVICE PROVIDERS
44105 | PROJECT | PROJECT-SPECIFIC COMMUNICATIONS WHERE DESIGNATED
44106 | TRAINING 1 | TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT UNIT INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS
44107 ?
44108 ?
44113 ?
44114 ?
44116 ?
44117 ?


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UNIDENTIFIED/UNCONFIRMED GROUPS

40200 (RID 2955nnn)
40227 (RID 1054nnn)
44001 (RID 1040nnn)
44016 (RID 1095nnn)

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Re: NSW P25 GRN - ACT Talkgroups

Postby matthewn1983 » Tue Apr 30, 2019 6:59 pm

Thanks for your detailed contribution. Looks on point from my recent obaervations in the ACT including correct tags for ACTFR and some others. Well done and welcome to the forum.

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Re: NSW P25 GRN - ACT Talkgroups

Postby cartman » Tue Apr 30, 2019 10:05 pm

Well done thats an excellent list.
There is some information that has been compiled on the bussing that should fill in some of the blanks.
Bus Operators are encrypted from memory
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
UHF CB Radios:
5w GME TX4500, 4w Motorola GP339Plus
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Re: NSW P25 GRN - ACT Talkgroups

Postby Walt Bishop » Wed May 15, 2019 12:27 pm

Thanks guys, it's been good finding renewed interest.

Next little project might have to be to confirm some more info from the Light Rail DMR III system!
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Re: NSW P25 GRN - ACT Talkgroups

Postby cartman » Wed May 15, 2019 2:31 pm

TRANSPORT CANBERRA CITY SERVICES - MIXED UNENCRYPTED + ENCRYPTED RIDs 1046nnn
42010 Road Maintenance - Encrypted
42011 Road Maintenance - Encrypted

42013 | ? | TCCS ROAD OPERATIONS-Clear
42021 | ? | NATIONAL ARBORETUM

TCSS/ACTION BUSES - ENCRYPTED (DES-OFB) RIDs 1045nnn
44010 | B FLEET OPS | B FLEET OPS
44011 | T FLEET OPS | T FLEET OPS
44012 Event 1
44013 Duress Channel
44014 Broadcast All Groups
44015 | SCHOOL OPS | SCHOOL OPS
44017 ?
44020 ?
44027 Training 1
44028 | FIELD OPS 1 | FIELD OPS 1
44029 | FIELD OPS 2 | FIELD OPS 2
44030 ?
44031 Workshop
44032 PA Broadcast Unid location

44033 | ? | CITY INTERCHANGE PA
44034 PA Broadcast Woden Station
44035 PA Broadcast Unid location

44036 | NTH STARTERS | BELCONNEN STARTERS
44037 | STH STARTERS | TUGGERANONG STARTERS
44038 ?
44039 ?
44040 TAMS Ranger Base
44063 ?


From memory this was posted by MatthewN1983 several years ago
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
UHF CB Radios:
5w GME TX4500, 4w Motorola GP339Plus
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Re: NSW P25 GRN - ACT Talkgroups

Postby Walt Bishop » Wed May 22, 2019 5:34 pm

Thanks Grant, Matt.

I've updated this, and added a few new TGIDs and RIDs. More to come soon, hopefully.
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Re: NSW P25 GRN - ACT Talkgroups

Postby lolbananalol2 » Thu May 23, 2019 11:26 pm

why would Road maintenance and buses need to be encrypted?


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Re: NSW P25 GRN - ACT Talkgroups

Postby Bigfella237 » Fri May 24, 2019 6:58 am

That's just the way the world is going. Encryption that was optional in radios a few years ago is now included as standard, so as radio fleets get replaced it's fast becoming the norm to load up Ø keys and go dark.

A lot of the blame can be placed on Radio Reference and their online streams, mostly in the US but also over here, they gave the ability for anyone with a smartphone to keep track of cops, chase ambulances, etc., whereas prior to that scanning was mainly done by (mostly) harmless hobbyists.

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Re: NSW P25 GRN - ACT Talkgroups

Postby Walt Bishop » Tue Jun 04, 2019 2:03 pm

lolbananalol2 wrote:why would Road maintenance and buses need to be encrypted?


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Check the first post in this thread (updated), road maintenance TG isn't secure.

As for buses, not only do Transport Canberra (ACTION) provide regular public transit and school services in the ACT, but SNT (Special Needs Transport) services for vulnerable people (including children) to and from their home residences. That and with such widespread presence, they're sometimes called upon by AFP to have drivers be on the lookout for missing persons, criminal suspects etc. Whilst it may seem like buses would have mundane day to day traffic (they do), this occasional sensitive traffic isn't appropriate for broadcast/streaming, nor public dissemination. Reason enough for secure comms if you ask me.

Bigfella237 wrote:That's just the way the world is going. Encryption that was optional in radios a few years ago is now included as standard, so as radio fleets get replaced it's fast becoming the norm to load up Ø keys and go dark.

A lot of the blame can be placed on Radio Reference and their online streams, mostly in the US but also over here, they gave the ability for anyone with a smartphone to keep track of cops, chase ambulances, etc., whereas prior to that scanning was mainly done by (mostly) harmless hobbyists.

Andrew


This x1000. For the discreet hobbyist scanner generally causes no problems. It's when every John Citizen has access to the aforementioned via an app on their phone, in real time, or the archives of hundreds of hours of recorded audio; it's a creepers delight. RR is making a quick buck, and ultimately at the demise of the hobby. I have no issues with the small time hobbyist running a scanning website at their own expense, for the benefit of a (usually small) niche interest group.

We've a bit of a problem with social media "journalists" in the ACT at the moment; one is particularly bad. Even with AFP/ACTAS/ACTFR having secure comms, this whacker consistently turns up at a variety of public safety incidents and points a camera and mic at everything and everyone, with little regard for those involved. He's even posted incident videos with scanner audio in the background from clear services like NSWFR/ ACTRFS etc. Way to keep a low profile... :roll: He gives hams a bad name too unfortunately.

But I digress. Encryption is becoming the norm; we must enjoy what we can whilst we can. The days of casual public safety scanning/monitoring for personal recreation are numbered. [/rant]
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Re: NSW P25 GRN - ACT Talkgroups

Postby rustynswrail » Tue Jun 04, 2019 8:59 pm

Walt Bishop wrote:This x1000. For the discreet hobbyist scanner generally causes no problems. It's when every John Citizen has access to the aforementioned via an app on their phone, in real time, or the archives of hundreds of hours of recorded audio; it's a creepers delight. RR is making a quick buck, and ultimately at the demise of the hobby. I have no issues with the small time hobbyist running a scanning website at their own expense, for the benefit of a (usually small) niche interest group.

We've a bit of a problem with social media "journalists" in the ACT at the moment; one is particularly bad. Even with AFP/ACTAS/ACTFR having secure comms, this whacker consistently turns up at a variety of public safety incidents and points a camera and mic at everything and everyone, with little regard for those involved. He's even posted incident videos with scanner audio in the background from clear services like NSWFR/ ACTRFS etc. Way to keep a low profile... :roll: He gives hams a bad name too unfortunately.[/rant]


My sentiments exactly! Streaming is the death of scanning. Scanning is no longer the domain of those who would take the time and trouble to buy a scanner, program and learn about it etc. Basically any Tom, Dick or Harry can be monitoring a host of traffic without the desire to be involved.

As to RR don't get me started on the evils of that site. It is a business by any other name and wants to rule the world as the 'premier' scanning site. Something it is not. Why any Australian scanner enthusiast would contribute even the time of day to RR is far beyond comprehension.

Streaming together with the willingness of many Australians to support RR are two of the principal reasons I will no longer contribute frequency information etc to any forum even this one. Too many people seem to float on some sort of ego trip by contributing information posted on Australian forums to RR, usually passing it off as their own.

The end of my rant.

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