Vertel 500Mhz MPT1327 System

Vertel 500Mhz MPT1327 System

Postby cartman » Sat Jan 28, 2012 10:51 am

This system has been active for 4-5 years. Decided it was about time i took some interest.

Site Locations:
Dural (Site 7219): cc 505.0250, 505.5875, 506.2750, 506.6000, 507.0000, 507.5375;
Sydney Tower (Site 7209) cc 505.0750, 505.7000, 506.0875, 506.6500, 506.9750, 507.4750;
Kurrajong Heights (Site 7211) cc 506.3625, 506.2500, v506.9500, v507.5125, v508.0750;
Ingleside (Site 7221): cc 506.5375, 506.0750, 506.4500, 506.9000, 507.5500, 508.2625;
Hurstville (Site 7231): cc 505.6250, v506.0000, 506.3750, 506.6750, 506.9875, v507.4875;
Razorback (Site 7229) cc 506.2250, 506.5500, 506.8750, 507.3250, 507.9000, 508.3000

CC = MPT control channel
Some use of MPT1343 messaging noted

Users identified to date:
SITA Environmental Services (garbage contractors to Ryde & Rockdale Council etc)
Hawkesbury-Richmond-Windsor Taxis


Grant
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Re: Vertel 500Mhz MPT1327 System

Postby centralcoastscanman » Sat Jan 28, 2012 4:05 pm

Do you want me to dig up my vertel notes grant and post em to see if they are still current ? as i did a heap of data crunching on that system when i was in sydney
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Re: Vertel 500Mhz MPT1327 System

Postby cartman » Sat Jan 28, 2012 8:27 pm

Sounds good - but i dont think there are as many users as there use to be
Trunkview plus a scanner bank to put 5-6 frequencies per site is all that is needed.


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Re: Vertel 500Mhz MPT1327 System

Postby freqwaves » Sat Jan 28, 2012 9:35 pm

It's a pity nobody brought out a scanner to trunk track this system.
With the other analogue trunking systems slowly disappearing I might take up working out who resides on these systems.

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Re: Vertel 500Mhz MPT1327 System

Postby centralcoastscanman » Sat Jan 28, 2012 10:01 pm

cartman wrote:Sounds good - but i dont think there are as many users as there use to be
Trunkview plus a scanner bank to put 5-6 frequencies per site is all that is needed.


Grant


yeah you got a point there Grant, i'll dig out the stuff and post it with a disclaimer of unsure how valid it is
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Re: Vertel 500Mhz MPT1327 System

Postby cartman » Sun Feb 23, 2014 4:55 pm

Starting logging the vertel 500Mhz mpt1327 system again in the last week or so, to give myself a break from the grn etc, plus get a handle on who is what these days
I estimate that there are about 160-180 radios on the 500mhz system .... some familiar ones and some new ones
It is smaller than 5 years ago

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Re: Vertel 500Mhz MPT1327 System

Postby freqwaves » Tue Feb 25, 2014 8:18 pm

Actually I have just programmed up one of my scanners to scan 3x of these sites I can receive from my home base.(Not using a laptop trunk program)
Dural, Sydney Tower & Razorback.
506.650 - listed to Sydney Tower seems to now be a Control channel
507.900 - listed to Razorback seems to now be a Digital channel.
I have left these two out.
Users I seem to have found so far are a Taxi company, Container trucks, Skip bin company & Garbage trucks.
System very quiet on weekends.

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Re: Vertel 500Mhz MPT1327 System

Postby matthewn1983 » Tue Feb 25, 2014 8:54 pm

What were you hearing on 507.90000 ?
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Re: Vertel 500Mhz MPT1327 System

Postby cartman » Wed Feb 26, 2014 5:22 am

freqwaves wrote:Actually I have just programmed up one of my scanners to scan 3x of these sites I can receive from my home base.(Not using a laptop trunk program)
Dural, Sydney Tower & Razorback.
506.650 - listed to Sydney Tower seems to now be a Control channel
507.900 - listed to Razorback seems to now be a Digital channel.
I have left these two out.
Users I seem to have found so far are a Taxi company, Container trucks, Skip bin company & Garbage trucks.
System very quiet on weekends.

John.



Sounds like you are getting interference from the adjacent frequencies

506.6625 TRBO - Master Communications & Electronics - Tx Blairmont
Connect Plus Trunking System
Network 1 Site 8

507.9125 TRBO - Master Communications & Electronics - Tx Horsley Park
Connect Plus Trunking
Network 1 Site 6
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Re: Vertel 500Mhz MPT1327 System

Postby freqwaves » Thu Feb 27, 2014 10:13 pm

I would say you are right Grant,sounds like Moto Trbo on these frequencies & Blairmont is not far from my homebase with Horsley Park my next best reception site.

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