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Loggings (Southern Region)

PostPosted: Sat May 24, 2014 1:51 pm
by matthewn1983
163.73750 173.8 - Boral Resources (Country) Pty Ltd (Wagga Wagga)

467.40000 103.5 - Essential Energy (Around Tarcutta)
167.60000 103.5 - Essential Energy (Around Holbook/Albury)

Re: Loggings (Southern Region)

PostPosted: Sun Jun 01, 2014 10:11 pm
by Garry
Below are signals I picked up from the Novotel at Nth Wollongong over the weekend, I have matched up the freqs to ACMA

Security Wollongong Uni 164.0125 ctcss 156.7

AAT Port Kembla 475.175 DCS114

Trains 418.1125 ctcss173.8

Toll Holdings 494.975 dcs132

Toll Holdings 484.850 ctcss 103.5

Marine Rescue 460.69375 ctcss 167.9

AAT Port Kembla 471.075 ctcss131.8

Taxi 162.2875 no tones

Bluescope Steel 472.125 ctcss82.5

Wollongong Beach Patrols 488.125 ctcss 123.0

GPT 485.350 Trbo

Illawarra Shoalhaven Health 464.925 ctcss 179.9

Trains 418.125 ctcss 203.5

Bus Service 476.875 ctcss 85.4

Trains 408.6625 ctcss173.8

Security 505.6625 103.5

Security at a venue 476.500 ctcss146.2

Cleary Brothers 164.875 ctcss 179.9

Seapost PTY Ltd 480.275 ctcss179.9

Wollongong Council 463.6375 ctcss110.9

Police 469.025 ctcss 107.2

Venue security 476.500 ctcss 146.2

Re: Loggings (Southern Region)

PostPosted: Tue Jun 03, 2014 9:19 pm
by freqwaves
Does BHP Steel still have their 800mhz Moto trunk system running?

"Bus Service 476.875 ctcss 85.4" - a bus service on UHFCB CH19? Maybe a private minibus service? Classy,budget operations for radio comms!

Re: Loggings (Southern Region)

PostPosted: Tue Jun 03, 2014 9:31 pm
by Garry
the bus services sounded large to me, they were talking about terminating route numbers and starting other route numbers etc

I also forgot to add to the list above that Wollongong Uni also have a second ctcss on their security freq. the second ctcss of 107.2 was used for ground staff and maintainence

Re: Loggings (Southern Region)

PostPosted: Wed Jun 04, 2014 11:19 am
by citabria
freqwaves wrote:Does BHP Steel still have their 800mhz Moto trunk system running?


When I was living down there 10-15 years ago, I was monitoring that system - it was a nightmare to figure out what was going on as their radio procedures used a lot of short hand words and codes. Interestingly there was a second 800MHz system 500 meters up the road that was always on air but never used...

Re: Loggings (Southern Region)

PostPosted: Wed Mar 08, 2017 11:13 pm
by matthewn1983
Just some observations from Canberra a few weeks ago, Qantas, Virgin and Aerocare were all using DMR/MotoTRBO. Some good plane spotting areas in the rear carpark of the new shopping centre if anyone was interested, with clear views of the terminal, runways and RAAF hanger.

Action Buses are encrypted on the GRN down there now. Some ACT Fire Rescue appliances were in the clear on one of the ESA talkgroups during the fire near Queenbeyan, its rare to hear them clear. ACT Health had a handful of food inspectors using ACT Ambulance talkgroup 40028 in the clear during the Canberra Multicultural Festival on that same weekend.

Re: Loggings (Southern Region)

PostPosted: Sat Mar 18, 2017 5:30 pm
by Air490
Encryption for buses... that'll do me!

Re: Loggings (Southern Region)

PostPosted: Sat Mar 18, 2017 8:35 pm
by cartman
From memory i have heard only one other bus group using encryption ...Shoreline buses on 165mhz runs voice privacy. At the other end of the spectrum i heard punchbowl buses last week still on analog on 466mhz.

Re: Loggings (Southern Region)

PostPosted: Sun Mar 19, 2017 9:27 am
by Longreach
Encryption for buses... that'll do me


Like most of the stuff you can hear inside that area, they weren't all that exciting when you could hear them. It started with the school bus ops TG and steadily worked its way from there.

They could do us a favour and encrypt the parking inspectors.

At least RFS ops are still in the clear, that's about all id listen to on the TRN down there now.

Cheers

Re: Loggings (Southern Region)

PostPosted: Fri Mar 24, 2017 6:38 pm
by Air490
ACT Government seem to be a bit obsessed with encryption. I just wonder what nefarious things the bus drivers are doing the need to hide from the public :D