Surf Life Saving

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Re: Surf Life Saving

Postby freqwaves » Wed Feb 05, 2020 9:13 pm

Yes, they are on Digital only.
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Re: Surf Life Saving

Postby Radio_Australia » Wed Feb 05, 2020 9:29 pm

Can you give more detail on exactly what you're experiencing?

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Re: Surf Life Saving

Postby freqwaves » Mon Feb 10, 2020 9:07 pm

I get the digital data as if it the scanner is in analogue mode then it stops & decodes the signal in giving me the voice as well as showing TGID,CC.
When the receive signal is weak is this when the scanner cannot decode the signal?
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Re: Surf Life Saving

Postby Radio_Australia » Tue Feb 11, 2020 2:35 pm

freqwaves wrote:I get the digital data as if it the scanner is in analogue mode then it stops & decodes the signal in giving me the voice as well as showing TGID,CC.
When the receive signal is weak is this when the scanner cannot decode the signal?


Sounds very much like you don’t have the frequency set on digital mode only ,

You shouldn’t be hearing any data at all if set to digital mode only for the frequency.

Yes you have to be getting enough reception for a clean decode .
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Re: Surf Life Saving

Postby BrisbaneScan » Fri Dec 11, 2020 4:32 pm

Far North Coast - TGID 1100401

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Re: Surf Life Saving

Postby Radio_Australia » Sun Jan 03, 2021 10:42 am

Was listening to 471.2000 this morning, surfcomm base audio quality was very poor , really poor , could hear background talking interference,

Beach units were crystal clear
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Re: Surf Life Saving

Postby astro_boy » Mon Jan 04, 2021 9:46 am

Sounded like to me they have then gain on the mic set way too high, hard to listen to for more than 5 minutes.
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Re: Surf Life Saving

Postby cartman » Wed Sep 08, 2021 1:48 pm

https://www.criticalcommunicationsrevie ... aches-safe

2021-09-07
Omnicore Enterprise Dispatch helps keep Australia NSW Beaches Safe
Source: Omnitronics

* The Omnitronics omnicore Enterprise Dispatch System has been selected by Surf Life Saving New South Wales in Australia to manage radio communications for 129 clubs and more than 60 lifeguard services as part of a range of upgrades that are critical for delivering frontline lifesaving services.
* Omnicore Enterprise Dispatch will be installed at the Surf Life Saving New South Wales (SLSNSW) State Operations Centre (SOC) at the SLSNSW Headquarters at Belrose in Northern Sydney.
* This vital piece of mission-critical technology will include floating radio dispatch console licenses for 12 dispatch operators who manage communications on 22 radio channels across the state.
* The SOC and 65 repeater sites along over 2,000kms of Pacific Ocean coastline, from the Queensland border in the North to Eden on the South Coast, are connected using an existing DMR T2 Network.
*20,000 volunteer patrol members, as well as paid lifeguards at 80 locations along the NSW coastline, are tasked with protecting 8.5 million beach goers annually, including at popular Byron Bay, Manly and the iconic Bondi beaches.
* As an omnicore Beta user, the state's peak water safety and rescue organisation has had the opportunity to try and test the radio dispatch system on 2x fixed and 2x mobile dispatch operator stations before committing to buy, and, in addition, the organization was able to directly feedback suggestions for possible future enhancements to the system’s feature-set.
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Re: Surf Life Saving

Postby Garry » Wed Sep 08, 2021 3:16 pm

looks like the standard Omnitronics media statement that they copy and paste then insert some agency information
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