expanding north

expanding north

Postby Garry » Tue Apr 27, 2010 9:51 pm

VKG digital is heading north

469.425 Forster
468.3625 Seal Rocks
469.0125 Forster
467.9375 Bulahdelah
469.4125 Gloucester


468.0785 Gloucester
468.9375 Taree
468.6875 Taree
469.375 Middle Brother
468.1375 Mt Cairncross


468.8375 Port Macquarie
469.3375 Middle Brother
468.5125 Jolly Nose Hill
469.9625 Yarras
468.5375 Mt Yarrahapinni


467.9625 Cresent Heads
468.0625 Kempsey
469.0625 Telegraph Point
469.1875 Boonanghi
468.0125 Mt Yarrahapinni



468.3875 Bowra Sugarloaf
468.7625 Nambucca Heads
468.4625 Ebor


An interesting note is, at present, these frequencies are listed as having two separate input frequencies
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Re: expanding north

Postby Bigfella237 » Wed Apr 28, 2010 12:48 am

Garry wrote:An interesting note is, at present, these frequencies are listed as having two separate input frequencies

Yeah, I've noticed that before with other VKG P25 frequency allocations, not sure why they do that unless they're doubling up two vote group channels on the one repeater? Maybe it's a way of linking two different vote groups together? Who knows? You would need to look at the codeplug to find out.

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P.S. If anyone wants to send me the current codeplug I'd be happy to take a look and find out why? ;)
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Re: expanding north

Postby Longreach » Wed Apr 28, 2010 7:10 am

Hi all, interestingly checking ACMA down my way and a new digital channels has popped up at Yass firstly on on Bowning trig (also home to Z1ch12(468.125) and VHF38(78.375))
frequency is 467.8875 which would be Z2ch102. this only has single input.
also another one has popped up at Mt Spring between Murrumbateman and the ACT border.
frequency is 469.2625 which is Z2ch157. this channel has dual inputs for both Z2ch102 and ch157, so it may be a vote group(vote102 perhaps)
the mt spring site is a new site, they always have had radio problems in that area. if propagates anything like the RFS site on that same tower it will boom into the ACT and to the north of the ACT along the Federal Hwy.



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Re: expanding north

Postby cartman » Wed Apr 28, 2010 9:51 am

It is possible that they are still analogue using the odd .125khz split
The techs do this in the northern rivers eg Casino police are heard on 468.8625Mhz

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Re: expanding north

Postby Longreach » Wed Apr 28, 2010 6:56 pm

i know i shouldnt take it as right but the emission designators on the yass area sites suggest its digital. only way to find out is listen which ill do next week.
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Re: expanding north

Postby cartman » Sun May 02, 2010 10:15 am

It maybe digital as you say.

One of the Port Macquarie local scanner folk was telling me the local comms group Fettel were installing a P25 repeater at Transit Hill Port Macquarie in time for the triatholon (the one that the Opposition leader was recently participating in)

I had a good look at the repeater inputs. There is a common input for an area + individual repeater input

Grant

Common Input = 458.5125Mhz
469.4250 Forster
468.3625 Smiths Lake, Seal Rocks
469.0125 Bulahdelah, Forster
467.9375 Bulahdelah
469.4125 Gloucester

Common Input 459.9125Mhz
468.0875 Gloucester
468.9375 Taree
468.6875 Taree
469.3750 Middle Brother
468.1375 Mt Cairncross

Common Input 459.0125Mhz
468.8375 Transit Hill Port Macquarie
469.3375 Middle Brother
468.5125 Jolly Nose Hill
469.9625 Yarras

Common Input 458.4375Mhz
468.5375 Mt Yarrahapinni
467.9625 Cresent Heads
468.0625 Kempsey
469.0625 Telegraph Point
469.1875 Boonanghi

Common Input 458.5625Mhz
468.0125 Mt Yarrahapinni
468.3875 Bowra Sugarloaf
468.7625 Nambucca Heads
468.4625 Ebor
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Re: expanding north

Postby cartman » Tue May 25, 2010 12:50 pm

I was up in Port Macquarie last weekend - police still using the old analog frequencies as this time.


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Re: expanding north

Postby Longreach » Tue May 25, 2010 3:16 pm

Hi all, yeah ive been monitoring while down the ACT and no new activity at this time too.
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Re: expanding north

Postby cartman » Mon Aug 23, 2010 4:03 pm

Checked 468mhz band today around port macquarie and found local activity was still confined to the 468.075 and 468.725mhz vote. No sign of activity yet on the newly listed frequencies. Grant
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Re: expanding north

Postby cartman » Thu Jan 13, 2011 4:27 am

469.4250 heard in Port Macquarie earlier in the week, with Mid North Coast Police "oscar" voice traffic
It appears part of the Forster setup is up and running (see earlier post)
Just a little perplexed that it is "Oscar" rather than "november" cars
Does this mean a change of channel boundaries is in the mix down the track?

Common Input = 458.5125Mhz
469.4250 Forster
468.3625 Seal Rocks
469.0125 Forster
467.9375 Bulahdelah
469.4125 Gloucester


Still no other changes noted

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