harbour bridge climb on AAP 800mhz trunking

harbour bridge climb on AAP 800mhz trunking

Postby lxth7 » Mon Mar 05, 2012 1:42 pm

Today Im hearing the bridge climb on aap, they are usally on GFT. Have they done a site swap?
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Re: harbour bridge climb on AAP 800mhz trunking

Postby Chrisco » Mon Mar 05, 2012 3:55 pm

yeah not hearing any Bridgeclimb tg on GPT800mhz site now I gotta L/O all again

AAP trunking Bridgeclimb TGID logged ~30min scanning
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55568
55952
39184
50096
50064
22800
55920
64144
55248
55280
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Re: harbour bridge climb on AAP 800mhz trunking

Postby cartman » Mon Mar 05, 2012 9:35 pm

I just had Unitrunker on 800Mhz GPT (4620) - the control channel is still operating but it is dead - no activity.
Looks like it is about to be put to sleep very soon.
AAP must be taking the load for a couple more months then the same fate probably awaits.
Once these two sites are gone and a stack of 800Mhz frequencies freed up I would expect a rollout of more TETRA sites to beef up the Metro coverage which i am told is still patchy
Has anybody listened to the Airport Hilton 800Mhz analogue trunking lately as i cant hear it at Blacktown? Another one to get the bullet i would expect.


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Re: harbour bridge climb on AAP 800mhz trunking

Postby news » Mon Mar 05, 2012 10:40 pm

cartman wrote:I just had Unitrunker on 800Mhz GPT (4620) - the control channel is still operating but it is dead - no activity.
Looks like it is about to be put to sleep very soon.
AAP must be taking the load for a couple more months then the same fate probably awaits.
Once these two sites are gone and a stack of 800Mhz frequencies freed up I would expect a rollout of more TETRA sites to beef up the Metro coverage which i am told is still patchy
Has anybody listened to the Airport Hilton 800Mhz analogue trunking lately as i cant hear it at Blacktown? Another one to get the bullet i would expect.


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Re: harbour bridge climb on AAP 800mhz trunking

Postby freqwaves » Thu Mar 08, 2012 1:11 pm

I noticed them last weekend had moved to Suncorp tower (formerly AAPT).Bridgeclimb could go on a simplex system or at most a 5w duplex system (liked shopping centres) & put the repeater in the south pylon.
I wonder if the company ever has known they can be heard all across the Sydney metro region.

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Re: harbour bridge climb on AAP 800mhz trunking

Postby Longreach » Thu Mar 08, 2012 6:00 pm

........ Or boring people stupid with their drivel.
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Re: harbour bridge climb on AAP 800mhz trunking

Postby news » Thu Mar 08, 2012 8:52 pm

freqwaves wrote:I noticed them last weekend had moved to Suncorp tower (formerly AAPT).Bridgeclimb could go on a simplex system or at most a 5w duplex system (liked shopping centres) & put the repeater in the south pylon.
I wonder if the company ever has known they can be heard all across the Sydney metro region.

John.


Yes they know they can be heard and have already been sold a DMR setup.
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Re: harbour bridge climb on AAP 800mhz trunking

Postby BrisbaneScan » Fri Mar 23, 2012 11:18 am

Motorola Solutions have been gradually turning off all there Smartnet and urging and organisations that they are servicing to upgrade to either MotoTRBO or Single Site Zeon/ Multi Site Zeon systems. it has happened in Victoria where the majority of there Smartnet system are now switched off, or are about to be switched off to make way for newer technology
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Re: harbour bridge climb on AAP 800mhz trunking

Postby cartman » Mon May 14, 2012 9:12 pm

Had a quick "listen" with Unitrunker last thursday (10th May).
Both AAP and GPT still operating on 800mhz
Noted Bridgeclimb on GPT and Sydney Ports on AAP over a couple of minutes.

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Re: harbour bridge climb on AAP 800mhz trunking

Postby cartman » Sun Jun 17, 2012 10:14 am

Update 14th June 2012
GPT 800Mhz still running with users (Bridgeclimb, SCG/SFS seen over 5 mins)
AAP 800Mhz still running with users (Plumber & Australian Traffic Network over 5 mins)
Sydney 500Mhz LTR Network still pulsing and active with users


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