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Television Stations

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Television Stations

Postby rochedalescan » Thu Nov 06, 2008 11:36 pm

Channel Seven Brisbane
489.1250 Tx - 483.9250 Rx
488.5250 Tx - 483.3250 Rx
489.4000 Tx - 484.2000 Rx
488.2000 Tx - 483.0000 Rx
488.6250 Tx - 483.4250 Rx

Channel Nine Queensland
463.0250 News Crews Dispatch
467.7500 Live to Air Broadcast

Channel Ten Brisbane
487.1000 Tx - 481.9000 Rx
487.2000 Tx - 482.0000 Rx
487.4000 Tx - 482.2000 Rx
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Re: Television Stations

Postby CrazyCessna » Sat Sep 29, 2012 10:52 pm

I found Channel 2 audio the other day whilst scanning on 69.740 MHz
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Re: Television Stations

Postby fire_rescue » Fri Mar 27, 2015 10:44 am

464.4500 channel 9 audio feed
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Re: Television Stations

Postby melbournefan » Sat Mar 28, 2015 10:07 am

There is some 492 stuff for channel 7 in melbourne.
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Re: Television Stations

Postby Scannersplitterguy » Sun Mar 29, 2015 7:26 pm

Hi Shane,
Are those freq's for the mobiles or the repeaters?
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Re: Television Stations

Postby fire_rescue » Sun Mar 29, 2015 7:28 pm

not sure its registered to cootha im guessing a repeater
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Re: Television Stations

Postby terryhaynes » Mon Mar 30, 2015 11:51 am

Correct, this is a repeater.
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Re: Television Stations

Postby fire_rescue » Tue Apr 21, 2015 4:16 pm

163.5875 traffic chopper doing updates
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Re: Television Stations

Postby Phantom » Tue Apr 21, 2015 5:19 pm

Is the traffic chopper on a trucked radio network?
I am referring to the QLD traffic network chopper.
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Re: Television Stations

Postby fire_rescue » Tue Apr 21, 2015 5:22 pm

i believe so but this is a ch 9 freq all i heard was him doing cross to the 3pm news
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Re: Television Stations

Postby Twbtech » Tue Apr 21, 2015 7:27 pm

The VHF frequencies at :::9 are engineering channels... these are used in Brisbane and the Gold Coast for the live link operators (and the chopper) to talk to master control to coordinate the 2 GHZ link run ups ready for live crosses.

The 464 MHz freq is one of the IFB (interruptible fold back) channels which is the director / floor manager, this allow the talent to hear the studio (newsreaders etc) talking to them.
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Re: Television Stations

Postby Twbtech » Tue Apr 21, 2015 7:30 pm

Phantom wrote:Is the traffic chopper on a trucked radio network?
I am referring to the QLD traffic network chopper.



The Australian Traffic Network (ATN) uses Vertel's Teamtalk UHF MPT trunked network (mainly the Mt Coot-tha and Mt Tamborine sites)
4KQ & 97.3 have Tait TM8250's and all other stations are a PSTN call... the radio in the aircraft is a Simoco SRM9030+
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Re: Television Stations

Postby Phil » Tue Apr 21, 2015 8:20 pm

Twbtech wrote:
Phantom wrote:Is the traffic chopper on a trucked radio network?
I am referring to the QLD traffic network chopper.



The Australian Traffic Network (ATN) uses Vertel's Teamtalk UHF MPT trunked network (mainly the Mt Coot-tha and Mt Tamborine sites)
4KQ & 97.3 have Tait TM8250's and all other stations are a PSTN call... the radio in the aircraft is a Simoco SRM9030+

interesting as iv only ever heard them making calls to station nothing like what it used to be, i am still lead to believe they are operating off the Motorola Zeon Digital network, they came off that for there PSTN for an unknown reason. hoping they will move to something listenable again one day :)
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Re: Television Stations

Postby mn1983 » Wed Apr 22, 2015 10:26 pm

The reason why you don't hear a great deal is, its all done via an iPad app now in the chopper, they record each clients traffic report and it send the audio file to the station so it can be dropped straight into their digital system.
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Re: Television Stations

Postby Phantom » Wed Apr 22, 2015 10:32 pm

mn1983 wrote:The reason why you don't hear a great deal is, its all done via an iPad app now in the chopper, they record each clients traffic report and it send the audio file to the station so it can be dropped straight into their digital system.

So.... How are they doing those reports where there are conversations at the end of the the broadcast or get interrupted mid-broadcast?
Only near that in radio the other morning... When a broadcaster asked if there was any improvement in a prang as it was going to affect his day .... A little banter betwee to them
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Re: Television Stations

Postby mn1983 » Wed Apr 22, 2015 10:34 pm

There's pre recorded reports for certain clients, usually the smaller radio stations and then the bigger ones have their own traffic reporter such as 2GB which have a ATN radio inside with them at the TMC.
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Re: Television Stations

Postby Twbtech » Fri Apr 24, 2015 4:16 am

mn1983 wrote:There's pre recorded reports for certain clients, usually the smaller radio stations and then the bigger ones have their own traffic reporter such as 2GB which have a ATN radio inside with them at the TMC.


This is true.... but the QLD operation does operate a little differently, for example smaller markets like Toowoomba, etc ATN does a generic traffic update which is then FTP'd to the stations on air playout system (Nexgen etc) where the larger markets like Brisbane / Gold Coast have ATN call them so the on air guys can interact with traffic guys, if the traffic reporter is in the chopper, in QLD this is done on Vertels MPT trunked system usually as a PSTN call or in one or two stations case direct to a radio at the station, if you listen closely you can hear the good old trunking data burst when they de key.

They also use MPT to talk between themselves as well.

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Re: Television Stations

Postby Twbtech » Fri Apr 24, 2015 4:22 am

Phantom wrote:Is the traffic chopper on a trucked radio network?
I am referring to the QLD traffic network chopper.


Hey Phantom

The ATN helicopter has QTQ9's VHF frequency to talk to QTQ master control to liaise firing up the 2.0 GHz link for live reports... all link operations at Nine are co-orniated on the engineering VHF Hi band channels, 1 in Brisbane and 1 on the Gold Coast, this way the traffic chopper, Nine's chopper and all the live eye trucks know what is going on and who is doing what... when there is something BIG on... they have links going everywhere.

Hope that helps :-)
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Re: Television Stations

Postby Phantom » Fri Apr 24, 2015 2:06 pm

Appreciate the info
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Re: Television Stations

Postby melbournefan » Sat Apr 25, 2015 1:59 pm

In melbourne we use smartlink i think or something like that
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