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Bundaberg freq Shuffle

Bundaberg freq Shuffle

Postby zbee » Sat Feb 17, 2018 4:25 pm

Hi New member, noticed the usual freq has changed here, setup a few off ACMA database but only just getting the link freq traffic sadly only when close to sites, anyone managed to find the new ones ?
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Re: Bundaberg freq Shuffle

Postby blacktown » Sun Feb 18, 2018 8:30 am

As you say they have reshuffled their frequencies to cover the whole of the new HGS allocation (467.5000-469.9875Mhz). I have found 14 frequencies on the ACMA within 40km of Bundaberg (listed below). Let us know how you go

467.5375, 468.0250, 468.2250, 468.4000, 468.6750, 468.9000, 469.0000, 469.0500 P25, 469.0750, 469.3250, 469.4750, 469.7250 P25, 469.9000, 469.9750

Two of the frequencies are set up for P25 and maybe encrypted
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Re: Bundaberg freq Shuffle

Postby zbee » Sun Feb 18, 2018 11:08 am

damn seems my scanner is faulty but 469.900 seems to be general channel
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Re: Bundaberg freq Shuffle

Postby blacktown » Sun Feb 18, 2018 11:16 am

That is probably the closest site. Having a good antenna in a high location is a large part of the battle of picking up signals
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Re: Bundaberg freq Shuffle

Postby zbee » Sun Feb 18, 2018 11:58 am

had to replace antenna on unit.
ok 469.900 is at the police station general calls CH 192
469.975 sloping hummock linked general calls. CH 198
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Re: Bundaberg freq Shuffle

Postby Kazzaw » Mon Feb 19, 2018 2:29 pm

any idea on why they'd be running P25 in that neck of the woods?
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Re: Bundaberg freq Shuffle

Postby comport1 » Mon Feb 19, 2018 5:56 pm

Kazzaw wrote:any idea on why they'd be running P25 in that neck of the woods?


You will find that many regional Cities / Towns throughout Queensland have "Stand-Alone" P25 Repeaters for use. Even in Mt Isa! This is for more "Strict Voice Traffic" and when i have been in these regional towns listening, i have heard VKR ask if that unit or units can go across to Digital for a Chat. I have heard them speak "In the clear" in some cases, but mostly they are / can be equipped for Encryption.

Also "Special Ops" like raids and any other critical stuff can occur on these stand alone P25 Repeaters.

I also recall a "Siege" that was occurring and ongoing was "tying up" the local comms channel, so the Commco asked that all Units involved, switch over to Digital Ch XXX.

Hope this helps

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Re: Bundaberg freq Shuffle

Postby domestos » Wed Feb 21, 2018 2:49 pm

channel 198 - 469.975.0 - via Sloping Hummock
channel 192 - 469.900.0 - via the Wide Bay Building

...same transmissions, Hummock best bet !
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Re: Bundaberg freq Shuffle

Postby domestos » Wed Feb 21, 2018 2:56 pm

channel 126 - 469.0750 - via Mount Watalgan
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Re: Bundaberg freq Shuffle

Postby domestos » Wed Feb 21, 2018 3:21 pm

channel 47 - 468.0875 - Takura Heights/Hervey Bay

469.090.0 - MARYBOROUGH
469.075.0 - GLADSTON
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Re: Bundaberg freq Shuffle

Postby gasgrassorarse » Sun Mar 04, 2018 1:06 am

First chance I've had to check on the freqs for the area as it's gone a bit quiet lately and I saw this post :)

Thanks to all contributors.
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Re: Bundaberg freq Shuffle

Postby zbee » Sun Mar 04, 2018 3:43 pm

i travel between Rocky and Hervey Bay alot because of work, ive now loaded up my trusty Icom 400pro with all the new channels so i can get a good run down of what channels are in use now.. ill be doing a trip in the next couple of weeks :)
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Re: Bundaberg freq Shuffle

Postby bundybob88 » Fri Mar 16, 2018 6:38 am

469.900.0 seems to have gone quiet this week, only gin gin is using it ?
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