Wyong Council MPT1327 System

Wyong Council MPT1327 System

Postby centralcoastscanman » Fri Nov 20, 2009 10:42 am

Here's some information for people who want to get started on monitoring mpt1327 systems on the central coast

Wyong Council
System ID: 1089
Base Freq: 488.700
Freq Step: 12.5

Wyong Site
Control Ch: 489.125
Voice Channels:
1 - 488.7125
170 - 490.825
252 - 491.850
270 - 492.075
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Re: Wyong Council MPT1327 System

Postby cartman » Wed Nov 25, 2009 1:43 pm

This is a copy of a post I made about 10mths ago on the now defunct NSW Emergency Services forum on Sat Jan 10, 2009 10:05 am.

Alas my Tuggerah Lakes listening post is being sold at the end of the month, so no more monitoring on the Central Coast for me.

Grant

Wyong Council are utilising a 490Mhz MPT1327 5 channel system now for communications (exactly at the same time as it's neighbour Gosford implements a VHF 1327 mpt multi-site system)

From research i have done with trunkview

Site: WYONG COUNCIL-OURIMBAH
Sys ID: 1189
Base frequency = 488.7000Mhz
Offset = 12.5khz

488.7125 Ch 001 - Voice
489.1250 Ch 034 - Control Channel
490.8250 Ch 170 - Voice
491.8500 Ch 252 - Voice
492.0750 Ch 270 - Voice

Some trunkview data suggests there is data sent to 488.7250 - Ch 002.
The odd thing is that Wyong Council is not licensed for 488.7125 or 488.7250 (well not last time i looked).
I welcome anybody to utilise this list in conjunction with their own listening and see if they can add to the knowledge of this system
I am only up on the Central Coast maybe 3-4 days a month

Grant

COMPOSITE RADIO LIST

Date:
2008/09/04
2008/10/21

Idents logged = 86
(000) 3
(000) 13
(000) 15
(000) 17
(000) 24 - Rangers
(000) 29
(000) 34 - Rangers
(000) 42
(000) 47
(000) 51
(000) 52
(000) 53
(000) 55
(000) 59
(000) 60
(000) 65
(000) 66
(000) 68
(000) 69
(000) 70
(000) 71
(000) 74
(000) 78
(000) 81
(000) 83
(000) 85
(000) 88
(000) 92
(000) 97
(000) 98
(000) 99
(000) 102
(000) 103
(000) 110
(000) 119 - Planning and Heritage
(000) 123 - Planning and Heritage
(000) 124 - Planning and Heritage
(000) 125 - Planning and Heritage
(000) 126 - Planning and Heritage
(000) 127 - Planning and Heritage
(000) 128 - Planning and Heritage
(000) 129 - Planning and Heritage
(000) 169
(000) 178
(000) 211
(000) 213
(000) 225
(000) 232
(000) 233
(000) 254
(000) 255
(000) 258
(000) 264
(000) 265
(000) 272
(000) 277
(000) 278
(000) 306
(000) 319
(000) 326
(000) 327
(000) 337
(000) 406
(000) 407
(000) 409
(000) 416
(000) 485
(000) 522
(000) 521
(000) 531
(000) 532
(000) 606
(000) 612
(000) 636
(000) 652
(000) 657
(000) 664
(000) 665
(000) 676
(000) 677
(000) 680
(000) 682
(000) 686
(000) 687
(000) 689
(000) 6023 - Ranger Control
(000) 6025 - Planning and Heritage Control
(064) 3584
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