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Firecom Brisbane Freqs

Firecom Brisbane Freqs

Postby rochedalescan » Thu Nov 06, 2008 11:15 pm

Firecom Brisbane

QFRS Portable Radio Freqs


465.52500 CH 1 Fireground - Simplex
465.52500 CH 2 Fireground - Duplex Repeater
465.55000 CH 3 Fireground - Simplex
465.55000 CH 4 Fireground - Duplex Repeater
465.67500 CH 5 Fireground - Simplex
465.67500 CH 6 Fireground - Duplex Repeater
465.72500 CH 7 Fireground - Simplex
465.72500 CH 8 Fireground - Duplex Repeater

Firecom Brisbane Freqs
Brisbane Northside Freqs


467.30000 CH 63 Mt Mee
465.40000 CH 41 Mt Coot-tha
465.92500 CH 42 Beerburrum
466.92500 CH 49 Mt Coot-tha
466.97500 CH 51 Kilcoy
467.32500 CH 53 Eatons Hill
467.65000 CH 56 Redcliffe
467.80000 CH 59 Caboolture

Brisbane CBD Freqs
466.02500 CH 43 Roma Street
466.32500 CH 45 Kemp Place

Brisbane Southside Freqs
465.40000 CH 41 Mt Coot-tha
466.85000 CH 47 Mt Cotton
466.92500 CH 49 Mt Coot-tha

Bayside
469.45000 CH 66 Alexandra Hills
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Firecom Brisbane Station Turnout Freqs

461.78125 - Stations Turned out on this Freq are

28 Caboolture, 29 Bribie island, 31 Burpengary , 26 Kippa Ring, 25 Petrie, 24 Eatons Hill, 23 Arana Hills, 21 Taigum, 16 Chermside 14 Sandgate, 16 Chermside, 08 Enoggera, 04 Windsor

461.76250 - Stations Turned out on this Freq are

05 Ashgrove, 07 Cannon Hill, 09 Camp Hill, 11 Hendra, 12 Taringa, 13 Rocklea, 18 Durack, 19 Kenmore, 20 Mt oammaney, 50 State Ops

461.96875 - Stations Turned out on this Freq are

10, Acacia Ridge, 15 Wynnum, 17 Wishart, 30 Capalaba, 47 Cleveland, 48 Redland Bay Not operational Yet

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Addition of channel 66 to region
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Re: Firecom Brisbane Freqs

Postby SunnybankScan » Tue Nov 11, 2008 9:50 pm

Does anyone find that the turnout frequencies are always distorted? And theres always that annoying static that comes over before a firecall.
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Re: Firecom Brisbane Freqs

Postby SunnybankScan » Wed Nov 12, 2008 3:11 pm

fire_rescue wrote:got a like a subwoofer effect to it, that data noise is actually communcating to open doors,bells,pa,key box. whilst that is happening the firecom can wtach on the screen if all goes well, would be interesting to see decode using pdw or mobitex program


That is really interesting, Firecom can actually watch :o . I have been at 10 station when a firecall has come in once. The doors open, the bells ring and a fireman has to answer the call on the turnout system, and then the dispatcher talks over the PA while they gear up.

The ability to watch whats happening on the screen would be handy for when they turnout from the station and before the pump radios for station security, someone can enter the station.

Instead of the data noise I thought it would of been like a fire tone effect. You know what I mean
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Re: Firecom Brisbane Freqs

Postby firefighter501 » Tue Feb 10, 2009 10:15 pm

Firecom can do anything they can open doors to the stations close them, they have to open the key box door. They can sellcall the pumps so the horn starts going off and lights start flashing. Yeah they do it all. They have three computers in front of them. It's pretty cool what they do there.
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Re: Firecom Brisbane Freqs

Postby Stretch » Tue Feb 10, 2009 11:08 pm

firefighter501 wrote:cellcall


Selcall - Selective Calling
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Re: Firecom Brisbane Freqs

Postby fire_viking » Sun Feb 15, 2009 3:00 pm

FIRECOM CAN OPEN DOORS, KEY BOXES. EXHAUSE FANS ETC, BUT THEY DON'T HAVE CCTV TO THE STATONS. ALL URBAN PUMPS HAVE A REMOTE TO THEIR STATION DOORS AND IT ALSO OPENS OTHER STATIONS DOORS WHEN THEY STANDBY. THE REASON YOU HEAR STATION SECURITY IS BECAUSE THERE MAYBE A FAULT ETC. ONCE ALL PUMP ARE FITTED WITH AVL'S (AUTOMATIC VEHICLE LOCATORS) THE ESCAD WILL AUTOMATICALLY SELECT THE NEAREST PUMP FOR THE JOB REGARDLESS OF WHERE THE PUMP IS FROM. SO IF A VEHICLE FROM DBAY IS COMING FROM THE WORKSHOPS AT EAGLE FARM THEY WILL BE RESPONDED TO A JOB AT EAGLE FARM. IT IS THE SAME AS QAS' SYSTEM SO HERE COMES THE FUN.
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Re: Firecom Brisbane Freqs

Postby SunnybankScan » Sun Feb 15, 2009 3:07 pm

So what exactly is station security? And just to confirm. They don't have Live cameras of what's happening?
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Re: Firecom Brisbane Freqs

Postby fire_viking » Sun Feb 15, 2009 3:13 pm

WHEN THE PUMP SAYS STATION SECURITY FIRECOM CLOSES THE ENGINE BAY DOORS FROM THE ESCAD SYSTEM. SOME STATIONS HAVE THEIR OWN CCTV SYSTEM EG- 2 STN AND 1 STN
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Re: Firecom Brisbane Freqs

Postby Stretch » Sun Feb 15, 2009 4:54 pm

Well trucks down here either don't have them or never use them coz 99% of the time when trucks leave station they ask for security at station. I know station 33 always ask for security and need firecom to open their doors for them.

One station I do know that can open their own doors is stn 37 coz I was sitting outside their station when they arrived home and opened their back door but not their front door.

So this leads me to believe that they can open their back doors but not shut the front doors from their pump.

stn 31 also has their own security cameras operating looking in the engine bay as well as out the back of the station where all the old and new appliances sit.
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Re: Firecom Brisbane Freqs

Postby fire_rescue » Wed Mar 11, 2009 4:42 pm

just updated the t/o list bribie island aux fire station runs on turnout system runs one full time station officer, interesting turnout response will wait for auxillarys to turn up
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Re: Firecom Brisbane Freqs

Postby SunnybankScan » Tue May 19, 2009 8:41 pm

Mate

Try, Eatons Hill

467.32500 CH 53

I bet you can get a good signal off that one, let me know how you go.
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Re: Firecom Brisbane Freqs

Postby mstrkrft » Thu Sep 17, 2009 7:04 pm

i can't seem to pick up anything on these brisbane turnourt frequencies. When i punch the freqs from the first post into a uniden UBC9000 it change's the first freq to 461.7750 the 2nd to 461.7625 and the 3rd to 461.9625 but i don't pick up anything on them.. is there somthing i'm missing? i'm based out of mt coot-tha and pick up some of the south east turn out frequencies quite clearly but just not the brisbane one's listed here
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Re: Firecom Brisbane Freqs

Postby alinco21 » Thu Sep 17, 2009 8:21 pm

perhaps you need to tell the scanner to tune in 6.25 KHz segments instead of 12.5 KHz.

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Re: Firecom Brisbane Freqs

Postby bodyguard » Thu Sep 17, 2009 8:48 pm

alinco21 wrote:perhaps you need to tell the scanner to tune in 6.25 KHz segments instead of 12.5 KHz.

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I dont think the 9000 can do that, correct me if I am wrong
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Re: Firecom Brisbane Freqs

Postby mstrkrft » Thu Sep 17, 2009 9:48 pm

it can step in 5.00khz so i changed that and the first freq saved as 461.7800 the 2nd stayed correct at 461.7265 and the 3rd has now changed to 461.9650... still haven't heard anything on them yet though apart from the occasional clicking
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Re: Firecom Brisbane Freqs

Postby Comint » Thu Sep 17, 2009 11:16 pm

mstrkrft wrote:it can step in 5.00khz so i changed that and the first freq saved as 461.7800 the 2nd stayed correct at 461.7265 and the 3rd has now changed to 461.9650... still haven't heard anything on them yet though apart from the occasional clicking

As far as I can see, the second frequency should be 461.75625 MHz.

Bear in mind that the frequencies are only 5 watts, and the Stations have yagi's pointed at the transmitters. But if you are receiving some of the South East frequencies, one would expect you would also receive the others.

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Re: Firecom Brisbane Freqs

Postby SunnybankScan » Sat Sep 19, 2009 8:24 am

Yeah.

Im in the Metro South area of Brisbane and I can receive Sout East perfectly, but all South Brisbane turn outs are bearly readable.
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Re: Firecom Brisbane Freqs

Postby fire_rescue » Mon Aug 16, 2010 3:32 am

i believe this list is due for updating some new freqs aswell as some there that aint correct
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Re: Firecom Brisbane Freqs

Postby Comint » Mon Aug 16, 2010 9:35 am

fire_rescue wrote:i believe this list is due for updating some new freqs aswell as some there that aint correct

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Re: Firecom Brisbane Freqs

Postby Rudager » Mon Aug 16, 2010 6:26 pm

Stretch wrote:Well trucks down here either don't have them or never use them coz 99% of the time when trucks leave station they ask for security at station. I know station 33 always ask for security and need firecom to open their doors for them.

One station I do know that can open their own doors is stn 37 coz I was sitting outside their station when they arrived home and opened their back door but not their front door.

So this leads me to believe that they can open their back doors but not shut the front doors from their pump.

stn 31 also has their own security cameras operating looking in the engine bay as well as out the back of the station where all the old and new appliances sit.


all southside brizzy trucks have a magic button to open and close doors mitch. i like to make sure the doors are shut before we leave for every firecall, it only takes 2 seconds to hit the button and watch the door start going down in the rear vision mirror. not sure that they can open other stations though, most of them are different.
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