A little bit more to see and do.

Greetings All,

Well there is a little more content on the site now with recent additions including;

-Ambulance Victoria (Rural);
-SMR Network Channel Plan;
-VKS-737 Radio Network;
-HF Audio Clips;
-MMR Network Sites (completed most of the Control Channel and Site ID table, a little further input required)

In relation to the MMR Network I am informed it will indeed be impacted upon by the ACMA Embargo 50 exercise in an effort to reclaim segments of particular spectrum. I am unaware just how many frequencies will need to be altered simply as I have not sat down to work out what frequencies fall in the span of spectrum outlined in Embargo 50.

I’ve added a couple of example HF audio clips, two of which I recorded this evening. I’ll try to add something to it every so often, but initially it might be a little sluggish as we’ve just purchased a house and will move in a few weeks and work is immensely busy at the moment. The wife already has a mass of jobs lined up for me at the new place and oddly enough a nice little man cave for my radios isn’t one of them. Imagine that?

Given the upcoming move I’m relying on a simple long-wire in to my FRG-7700 at present so I’m not getting the distance I once did.

There is more content planned in the upcoming weeks and months so stay tuned.

Happy Listening!

5 thoughts on “A little bit more to see and do.”

  1. Ambulance are a pain to keep track of, except for certain assets such as ESV’s, Air Ambulance and certain Officers cars. MFB are a lot easier to keep track of, they have nowhere near the amount of daily changes.

    I’m off for a few days early next week before the Grand Prix. I’ll have a look at removing some of the MFB’s Officers UiD’s (don’t want to upset them by posting identifiable names!) and I’ll open up the page for viewers.

    Once I do that it might also draw submissions from other users of UiD’s we can post up and share.

  2. Hello

    I’m not sure if you would have it but at the moment I’m going through something of a painstaking process of manually recording mfb unit ids with my scanner and the appliance name that they relate to.

    I noticed there is a link on this page for just that but alas I have no password.

    I suppose I was hoping that if I asked real nicely you might give me access 🙂

    Please?

    Phil

      1. Hello,

        I am in the same boat as philbert. sucjh a long task to try and note them when transmiting

        cheers stuart

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