Mate I can assure you that the coverage area for the CQ Area Command is that large and rural that they are certainly going to be on analogue still, same as the entire wide bay region are still (Bundy, Maryborough, gympie etc) because when they trialled it in these areas they had major TX and RX issues due to poor digital coverage and the smaller rural stations are usually working from remote locations.Greyhorse68 wrote: ↑Mon Jul 22, 2019 9:45 amthanks, Kazzaw yep tried all the frequencies in the ACMA Registar, for the areas i travel in, nothing but silence...?
Haved searched 467 to 470 ....still nothing...
the ACMA registar has a lot of
79 to 82....still nothing
413 to 416....still nothing
450 to 460....still nothing
460 to 470 ....still nothing
the only one i her faintly is 413.275 QAS..nothing else...?
You have to take a GOOD LOOK at the new frequency allocation register, trust me it's definitely there!~
What I did was search ALL QPS freq's, put them into an excel spreadsheet and then reprogrammed my scanner, let it run until I identified the local frequencies.
Remember, they are now using ipads for the more sensitive comms..... Even with the combining of gympie, maryborough and bundaberg into one call area there is heaps less radio traffic these days than there was even earlier this year!