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Firecom North Coast Region Frequencies

Re: Firecom North Coast Region Frequencies

Postby sgannon02 » Mon Mar 16, 2009 10:11 pm

Stretch wrote:
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Stretch wrote:Oh and how close are you to Kawana FS?


According to google maps 8kms.

What I was trying to get at before though was that I can hear all traffic on 457.800Mhz as if it was the output of the repeater not the uplink. I can monitor say 467.350Mhz or 467.675Mhz on the handheld and then on the 780XLT hear both sides of ever conversation on 457.800Mhz.

It's no problem for me as the signal is awesome just wondered why it worked :shock:


No idea :?


No worries...

Just thought someone here might have known :)

Like I said works here for whatever reason so I'm not complaining.
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Re: Firecom North Coast Region Frequencies

Postby Stretch » Mon Mar 16, 2009 10:17 pm

The only answer i have is that you are still within simplex range when listening to the imput channel.
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Re: Firecom North Coast Region Frequencies

Postby sgannon02 » Mon Mar 16, 2009 10:30 pm

Stretch wrote:The only answer i have is that you are still within simplex range when listening to the imput channel.


I figured that but doesn't explain why I can hear units from all over the region not just Firecom North Coast @ Kawana.

And like I said with the 72XLT with close call on sitting in front of the FS in the car I could hear the other units too from all over the place

Anywho..... Just thought it was werid.

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Re: Firecom North Coast Region Frequencies

Postby Comint » Tue Mar 17, 2009 9:29 am

sgannon02 wrote:What I was trying to get at before though was that I can hear all traffic on 457.800Mhz as if it was the output of the repeater not the uplink. I can monitor say 467.350Mhz or 467.675Mhz on the handheld and then on the 780XLT hear both sides of ever conversation on 457.800Mhz.

It's no problem for me as the signal is awesome just wondered why it worked :shock:

My guess is that the links from all the other Sites in the Vote group come into the Kawana Commcentre, and get rebroadcast on the local Site, via the 457.800 uplink, rather than via a discrete link.

Rebroadcast is often done so that local users know that the operator is busy on one of the other channels.

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Re: Firecom North Coast Region Frequencies

Postby Luke_g » Sat Jun 06, 2009 11:25 am

Hey all,

Ch13 (Kelks Hill RPT) is now in action... it has improved our reception in Coolum Greatly and they have also updated there paging system to Alphanumeric as opposed to tone only, just thought you all might want to know.

Cheers Luke
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Re: Firecom North Coast Region Frequencies

Postby bodyguard » Sat Jun 06, 2009 12:16 pm

Luke_g wrote:Hey all,

Ch13 (Kelks Hill RPT) is now in action... it has improved our reception in Coolum Greatly and they have also updated there paging system to Alphanumeric as opposed to tone only, just thought you all might want to know.

Cheers Luke


what freq is the paging on Luke ?
have a freq for ch13 rpt ?

thanks
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Re: Firecom North Coast Region Frequencies

Postby Stretch » Sat Jun 06, 2009 4:49 pm

Luke_g wrote:Hey all,

Ch13 (Kelks Hill RPT) is now in action... it has improved our reception in Coolum Greatly and they have also updated there paging system to Alphanumeric as opposed to tone only, just thought you all might want to know.

Cheers Luke


Thanks for the update :)
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Re: Firecom North Coast Region Frequencies

Postby Luke_g » Sat Jun 06, 2009 5:32 pm

No worries guys. As for channel 13 its on the previuse page. Pager Frequencie: 148.6375 Coolums Group Capcode is 57479. Cheers Luke
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Re: Firecom North Coast Region Frequencies

Postby Stretch » Sat Jun 06, 2009 5:47 pm

Luke_g wrote:No worries guys. As for channel 13 its on the previuse page. Pager Frequencie: 148.6375 Coolums Group Capcode is 57479. Cheers Luke


Should that read 0057479???

It's missing 2 numbers.
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Re: Firecom North Coast Region Frequencies

Postby alinco21 » Sun Jun 07, 2009 7:19 am

PDW will accept 57479 when you put it into the the program.

the program will them add the first 2 zero's once you push save.

So you are both correct. :D
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Re: Firecom North Coast Region Frequencies

Postby Stretch » Sun Jun 07, 2009 8:45 am

alinco21 wrote:PDW will except 57479 when you put it into the the program.

the program will them add the first 2 zero's once you push save.

So you are both correct. :D


Thanks Paul :)
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Re: Firecom North Coast Region Frequencies

Postby alinco21 » Sun Jun 07, 2009 9:45 am

thanks for the edit, spell check sometimes helps.

we are all in a rush. :wink:
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Re: Firecom North Coast Region Frequencies

Postby Stretch » Sun Jun 07, 2009 10:27 am

alinco21 wrote:thanks for the edit, spell check sometimes helps.

we are all in a rush. :wink:


I do what I can :)
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Re: Firecom North Coast Region Frequencies

Postby Colonel » Sun Jun 21, 2009 12:54 pm

FYI to earlier post, when I have been on Sunshine Coast, I can get reception on Ch 27 (Maleny) for most of Maroochydore to Caloundra, or on Ch 33. Can't remember freq off hand tho.

Was out around Yarraman recently - anyone know what freq's for that area? I only had the one for Kingaroy and Murgon ???
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