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V8 supercars frequencies

Post by Jimmy » Mon Jul 13, 2015 11:00 pm

Hi all,
Does anyone have the latest v8 supercars frequencies list please?

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Re: V8 supercars frequencies

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Re: V8 supercars frequencies

Post by mn1983 » Tue Jul 14, 2015 12:52 pm

They actually change all the time, they used to list Rx freqs about a week before an event on the v8sc website, however I haven't followed v8 lately.so not sure if they still do it.

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Re: V8 supercars frequencies

Post by Jimmy » Tue Jul 14, 2015 10:53 pm

Newy1234 wrote:Google is your friend.

http://www.bathurstscan.com/v8-supercar ... equencies/
"As of 3 October 2014 – 540am"

I have googled extensively, and there is nothing for 2015.
I spotted Kenwood NXDN handhelds (digital) used by some of the teams at the Townsville event last week.
Therefore, frequencies referenced may not be current.

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Re: V8 supercars frequencies

Post by Phil » Tue Jul 14, 2015 11:05 pm

Jimmy,

the current rule book for Vehicle Racing Division D Sporting Rules

20.1.1.4 As part of compliance with Rule E2.4, each Team transmitting/receiving on
their permitted radio frequency, on either digital or analogue must only do so
in a clear and unobstructed manner to enable listening access only to their
transmissions.
20.1.1.4.1 Teams using digital transmission for Car to pit and pit to Car
communication must re-transmit all communications in an
analogue signal without delay; and with a power output within the
range of 4 – 5 Watts.
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Post by bathurstscan » Wed Sep 30, 2015 7:27 pm

Guys,

this info maybe out of date ( 2013 ) - Ch 10 and Foxtel have taken over the Teams radio frequencies, being that Nexedge technology will disable most to listen in..

http://www.gearhousebroadcast.com/blog/ ... supercars/ - read here.

I have on good authority that its all Nexedge digital using Kenwood portables..

Time to find another hobby ..

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Post by bathurstscan » Wed Sep 30, 2015 7:34 pm

Found the latest file - dated Sept 2015

Page 55 - stating they can use digital or analogue ..
http://d508o84lonf06.cloudfront.net/liv ... date11.pdf

D20 IN CAR ITEMS
D20.1 Radios
20.1.1 Frequencies
20.1.1.1 It is the responsibility of all Competitors to conform to Government
legislation which requires that all two-way radios must be operated on
frequencies that are registered with the Australian Communications and
Media Authority.
20.1.1.2 At the time of completing the Entry Registration Form, Competitors must
provide details of all the radio frequencies to be used by their Team.
20.1.1.3 Any Competitor that has changed their radio frequencies from those
nominated on their yearly Entry Registration Form, must notify V8
Supercars on or before the Monday preceding the Meeting at which the
change applies.
20.1.1.4 In the case of conflicting frequencies, a Competitor may be required to
make adjustments prior to being given approval to use radio equipment.
20.1.1.5 It will not be permitted to change any frequency, sub-tone or RAN during
the Meeting without the permission of the V8 Supercars Motorsport
Department.
20.1.1.6 V8 Supercars’ radio frequency contractor will publish a list of all Team
frequencies that are required to be monitored prior to each Meeting.
20.1.1.7 For VCS Teams, all pit to Car and Car to pit communication must be via the
digital frequency and RAN as supplied by the V8 Supercars radio frequency
contractor.
20.1.1.7.1 At all times the Car to pit and pit to Car communication must have
a unit identification address as supplied by the V8 Supercars’
radio frequency contractor, broadcast.
20.1.1.8 Teams are permitted to use digital or analogue radio frequencies for all
other than pit to Car and Car to pit communication.
20.1.1.9 Teams are not permitted to communicate with a Driver using any other
frequencies or electronic means other than the published frequencies
detailed in D20.1.1.6.
20.1.1.10 As part of compliance with Rule E2.4, each Team transmitting/receiving
on their permitted radio frequency, must only do so in a clear and
unobstructed manner to enable listening access only to their transmissions.
“Listening access” includes, but is not limited to, speaking only in the
English language.
20.1.1.11 For DVS Teams, pit to Car and Car to pit communication may be via
digital or analogue frequencies.
20.1.1.12 Teams must provide their telemetry radio modem network frequencies
and any associated addressing and channel hopping patterns to the V8
Supercars radio frequency contractor on or before the Monday preceding
the Meeting. It will not be permitted to change any telemetry frequencies
during the Meeting without permission of V8 Supercars.
20.1.1.13 No Competitor shall be permitted to possess, own or operate any radio
equipment of any kind at an event venue that is or may be capable of
transmitting on any frequency whatsoever other than those allocated to the

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Re: V8 supercars frequencies

Post by blacktown » Thu Oct 08, 2015 6:28 am

The ACMA has updated the V8 frequencies for Bathurst on 1st October 2015

http://web.acma.gov.au/pls/radcom/site_ ... =frequency

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Post by bathurstscan » Thu Oct 08, 2015 6:51 am

Guys ,
Some of these are Nexedge - wont work on normal radio scanner.

I will add , that Race control for Bathurst is same as last year, Not digital or Nexedge as i have just re run my lists from last year and all active, only difference is Medical channel 506.2625 .

I will put most of these into radio and see what works and what wont .

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Post by bathurstscan » Thu Oct 08, 2015 7:21 am

http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/21337 - Race control - then security at night .

This is stream i will run - plus my normal 2 which are always online

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Re: V8 supercars frequencies

Post by Phantom » Fri Oct 09, 2015 6:44 am

Thanks again for providing the stream

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Re: V8 supercars frequencies

Post by Radio_Australia » Fri Oct 09, 2015 1:37 pm

Thanks for the stream , Top stuff

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