Commercial 800mhz Trunking Information

Re: Commercial 800mhz Trunking Information

Postby cartman » Sun May 05, 2013 10:37 am

I will eat my words ... they are still running as at 5th May 2013 ... been checking them on Unitrunker and Treport for last 10 days

Grant

AAP 800MHZ

FREQUENCIES
865.0125v
865.7625v
866.0125dv
866.7625v
867.0125dv
867.2625v
867.7625v
868.0125dv
868.2625v
868.3375v
868.7625v
869.3375v
869.7625v

13 frequencies in use
12 voice and 1 alternating data
d = Alternating data control channel
v = Voice Channel


TALKGROUP
656 Unid
2768 Plumbing
8272 Security
9680 Unid
20416 Plumbing
20432 Plumbing
20448 Plumbing
35968 Sydney Ports Corp
35984 Sydney Ports Corp
36000 Sydney Ports Corp
36016 Sydney Ports Corp
36064 Sydney Ports Corp
36080 Sydney Ports Corp
36096 Sydney Ports Corp
36112 Sydney Ports Corp
49296 Scrap Metal/Split Bins
49616 Towing?
49904 Bridgeclimb
50192 Unid
50224 Security Ch 1
50256 Security Ch 2 (Backchannel)
54992 Bridgeclimb
55408 Bridgeclimb
55440 Bridgeclimb
55792 Australian Traffic Network

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GPT 800MHZ

FREQUENCIES
865.3625dv
865.5375v
865.5875v
865.8375v
866.3625dv
866.5375v
866.8375v
867.5375v
868.3625dv
868.5375v
868.8375v
869.3625v
869.5375v
869.5875v
869.8375v

15 frequencies in use
14 voice and 1 alternating data
d = Alternating data control channel
v = Voice Channel

TALKGROUPS
944 Courier
4800 Short-term Rental
4832 Short-term Rental
4864 Short-term Rental
4896 Short-term Rental
4928 Short-term Rental
4960 Short-term Rental
4992 Short-term Rental
5024 Short-term Rental
5056 Short-term Rental
5088 Short-term Rental
5120 Short-term Rental
5152 Short-term Rental
5184 Short-term Rental
10928 Produce Merchant
12048 Bridgeclimb
12080 Bridgeclimb
12112 Bridgeclimb
12144 Bridgeclimb
12176 Bridgeclimb
12208 Bridgeclimb
12240 Bridgeclimb
12272 Bridgeclimb
12304 Bridgeclimb
12336 Bridgeclimb
12368 Bridgeclimb
12400 Bridgeclimb
12432 Bridgeclimb
12464 Bridgeclimb
12496 Bridgeclimb
12528 Bridgeclimb
13200 Bridgeclimb
13232 Bridgeclimb
13264 Bridgeclimb
13296 Bridgeclimb
13328 Bridgeclimb
19536 Advent Security
20848 Sand, Soil and Gravel delivery
22544 Security
22608 Bridgeclimb
22640 Bridgeclimb
22672 Bridgeclimb
22704 Bridgeclimb
22736 Bridgeclimb
22768 Bridgeclimb
22800 Bridgeclimb
22832 Bridgeclimb
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Re: Commercial 800mhz Trunking Information

Postby cartman » Tue May 07, 2013 10:07 pm

Posted this in a few places because I love to get others listening

Grant

800Mhz Horsley Park as at 7/5/13

Sys id 2a2

Frequencies
865.8125dv
866.8125dv
867.5625v
867.8125dv
868.5625v
868.8125dv
869.5625v

7 frequencies in use
6 voice and 1 alternating data
d = Alternating data control channel
v = Voice Channel

Talkgroups
57392 Short term rentals
57424 Short term rentals
57488 Short term rentals
57520 Short term rentals
57552 Short term rentals

ANZ Stadium Homebush as at 7/5/13

Sys Id 5114

Frequencies
865.0375v
865.3125v
865.6875dv
866.0375v
866.3125v
866.6875dv
867.0375v
867.3125v
867.6875dv
868.0375v
868.3125v
868.6875dv

12 frequencies in use
11 voice and 1 alternating data
d = Alternating data control channel
v = Voice Channel

Talkgroups
58000 Stadium Tours/Cleaners
58032 Asset Management
58224 Medical
58256 Security
58352 Unid - Seating Control


Somebody posted this to the Radio Reference database for AAP 800Mhz
Looks like it came from somebody with a actual radio or from the codeplug
This made sense last year in 2012 however most of the Bridgeclimb has now migrated back to GPT
Just for reference
Overlaid on the GPT groups it is about the right number.


Harbour Bridge Climb

54992 Bridge Climb Control Channel 1
55024 Bridge Climb Control Channel 2
55056 Bridge Climb Control Channel 3
55088 Bridge Climb Control Channel 4
55120 Bridge Climb Control Channel 5
55152 Bridge Climb Control Channel 6 Duty Manager
55184 Bridge Climb Channel A1
55216 Bridge Climb Channel A2
55248 Bridge Climb Channel A3
55280 Bridge Climb Channel A4
49872 Bridge Climb Channel A5
49904 Bridge Climb Channel A6
55312 Bridge Climb Channel B1
55344 Bridge Climb Channel B2
55376 Bridge Climb Channel B3
55408 Bridge Climb Channel B4
49936 Bridge Climb Channel B5
49968 Bridge Climb Channel B6
55440 Bridge Climb Channel C1
55472 Bridge Climb Channel C2
55504 Bridge Climb Channel C3
55536 Bridge Climb Channel C4
50000 Bridge Climb Channel C5
50032 Bridge Climb Channel C6
55568 Bridge Climb Channel D1
55920 Bridge Climb Channel D2
55952 Bridge Climb Channel D3
50064 Bridge Climb Channel D4
50096 Bridge Climb Channel D5
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Re: Commercial 800mhz Trunking Information

Postby Scotty » Tue May 07, 2013 10:20 pm

Thanks Grant.

I still wonder why BridgeClimb use the system, when a simplex system would surely be more efficient for most of their operations.
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Re: Commercial 800mhz Trunking Information

Postby cartman » Fri Aug 23, 2013 9:10 am

Aap, gpt and horsley park 800mhz are still up and running in mid august 2013. Gpt and aap have the usual same customers when i checked on unitrunker .... Ran it on both sites for a day at the start of this week. i Cant hear airport hilton from blacktown and only just for qantas. I was surprised to hear how well horsley park gets into penrith when i was out there on wednesday


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Re: Commercial 800mhz Trunking Information

Postby matthewn1983 » Fri Aug 23, 2013 4:53 pm

ANZ Stadium 800mhz still active as well, almost all of its users have now migrated to the other platforms.
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Re: Commercial 800mhz Trunking Information

Postby Longreach » Fri Aug 23, 2013 8:36 pm

I still wonder why BridgeClimb use the system, when a simplex system would surely be more efficient for most of their operations.


Tend to agree scotty, it just seems a waste that there running 2 800 mhz trunking systems for it. at one stage 2 saturday ago they had all 11 voice channels (the 12th was O/S) tied up doing bridgeclimb. they must be paying big bucks to moto to be doing what there doing

cheers
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Re: Commercial 800mhz Trunking Information

Postby matthewn1983 » Sun Aug 25, 2013 8:33 am

Either that or Motorola dont want their Sydney CBD TETRA site with 12 slots of out action with bridgeclimb traffic if they moved them over.
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Re: Commercial 800mhz Trunking Information

Postby BerryV » Sun Aug 25, 2013 4:36 pm

matthewn1983 wrote:Either that or Motorola dont want their Sydney CBD TETRA site with 12 slots of out action with bridgeclimb traffic if they moved them over.


Here is some trivia.

Bridgeclimb have already trialled multiple digital systems from several vendors. From their point of view, there is a critical factor that has not being addressed which are Delay and voice quality.....

During trials, customers feedback was that the delay in hearing the audio while watching the guide was an issue as it was out of sync particularly on tours with people from NESB's. In addition, the "natural" sound was lost when comparing their current analogue system to a digital one(DMR from several vendors,NXDN and TETRA).

And as for simplex vs trunked, their are reasons for that as well but I can't go in to that.

Needless to say, different strokes for different folks.
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Re: Commercial 800mhz Trunking Information

Postby matthewn1983 » Tue Feb 04, 2014 9:00 pm

54992 Bridge Climb Control Channel 1
55024 Bridge Climb Control Channel 2
55056 Bridge Climb Control Channel 3
55088 Bridge Climb Control Channel 4
55120 Bridge Climb Control Channel 5
55152 Bridge Climb Control Channel 6 Duty Manager
55184 Bridge Climb Channel A1
55216 Bridge Climb Channel A2
55248 Bridge Climb Channel A3
55280 Bridge Climb Channel A4
49872 Bridge Climb Channel A5
49904 Bridge Climb Channel A6
55312 Bridge Climb Channel B1
55344 Bridge Climb Channel B2
55376 Bridge Climb Channel B3
55408 Bridge Climb Channel B4
49936 Bridge Climb Channel B5
49968 Bridge Climb Channel B6
55440 Bridge Climb Channel C1
55472 Bridge Climb Channel C2
55504 Bridge Climb Channel C3
55536 Bridge Climb Channel C4
50000 Bridge Climb Channel C5
50032 Bridge Climb Channel C6
55568 Bridge Climb Channel D1
55920 Bridge Climb Channel D2
55952 Bridge Climb Channel D3
50064 Bridge Climb Channel D4
50096 Bridge Climb Channel D5


Still active but with some changes

Operations
12112 - Bridge Climb Channel 1
12144 - Bridge Climb Channel 2
12176 - Bridge Climb Channel 3
12304 - Bridge Climb Channel #?

The other channels are still labeled A1-5, B1-5, C1-5, D1-5 (when a group is ready to go the leader will call up and give the desk the channel they are using) , but im not hearing them on the site.

Sydney Ports have gone to another digital platform.
Australian Traffic Network (3 tgs) have also disappeared, not sure where they went.
Sydney Football Stadium and Sydney Cricket Ground have their own DMR systems now.
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Re: Commercial 800mhz Trunking Information

Postby matthewn1983 » Wed Feb 05, 2014 9:54 pm

Qantas 800Mhz
(active as of 05/02/2014) via Wildcard TG Scan.
(Engineers seen with new red in colour TETRA ATEX radios)

16
80
112
176
240
272 - Resources
336
368 - Buses
400
464
528 - Baggage Services / Carousel Engineers
624
656 -
1168
1296
1616
1712
1776
1808 - Service Desk
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