UHF Frequency Information

Submitted: Wednesday, Apr 16, 2008 at 21:54
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Can anyone help me out Police, Fire, Ambo and SES frequencies in the Brisbane, Beaudesert and Ipswich areas so I can program my new GME.

Thanks Derek L
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Reply By: John S (NSW) - Wednesday, Apr 16, 2008 at 22:13

Wednesday, Apr 16, 2008 at 22:13
Hey Derek, try this site. It has most of what you are after.
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Follow Up By: Member - Derek L (QLD) - Wednesday, Apr 16, 2008 at 22:31

Wednesday, Apr 16, 2008 at 22:31
Thanks John but which frequency do I program in the Freq In or Freq Out?

Derek L
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Follow Up By: Skippy In The GU - Thursday, Apr 17, 2008 at 09:49

Thursday, Apr 17, 2008 at 09:49
Rx is receive and TX is to transmit

Rx will hear everything and Tx you ill only hear the person talking when near you
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Reply By: John S (NSW) - Wednesday, Apr 16, 2008 at 22:36

Wednesday, Apr 16, 2008 at 22:36
Freq Out. Most Govt systems are repeater based - hence In 7 Out Freqs.
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Reply By: Jeeps - Thursday, Apr 17, 2008 at 01:01

Thursday, Apr 17, 2008 at 01:01
Mate, Frequencies are as follows:

* Brisbane is all digitally encrypted so it's illegal to listen to.

* Beenleigh Police Comms (covers Logan, Mt Tamborine, Canungra Beaudesert, Rathdowny, Kooralbyn etc)
468.725 (Repeater for Logan Area), 468.775 (Repeater for Canungra Area), 468.800 (Repeater for Mt Tambo/Canungra), 468.375 (Repeater for Kooralbyn/Rathdowny)

* Ipswich Police 468.850, 468.750

* Other areas (Gold coast, Northern Brisbane etc) Search between 467.850 and 469.425 in 0.025 steps. There are 64 police channels in this range.

* Firies (13 channels) & SES (15 channels) search between 466.250 and 467.800 in 0.025 steps.

* Ambos search between 410.500 and 414.00 etc, there's HEAPS of channels.

New Gme's have a serch function so you can search a heap of frequencies till you find want you want to program in.

Cheers
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Follow Up By: Member No 1- Thursday, Apr 17, 2008 at 07:53

Thursday, Apr 17, 2008 at 07:53
it is not illegal to listen ( i think) ...its just that you not going to be able to
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Follow Up By: Member - Derek L (QLD) - Friday, Apr 18, 2008 at 19:58

Friday, Apr 18, 2008 at 19:58
Thanks a million Jeeps

Derek L
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Reply By: DIO - Thursday, Apr 17, 2008 at 09:11

Thursday, Apr 17, 2008 at 09:11
Have a look at these Link many Police Depts. are now going to digitally encrypted and it is impossible to listen to their transmissions. Police do not want you or anyone outside force to listen to what is their business. Same goes for many Govt. Depts. in most States also going digital but you need a Trunk Tracker to listen to them. All getting harder and harder.
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Reply By: Jeeps - Thursday, Apr 17, 2008 at 13:06

Thursday, Apr 17, 2008 at 13:06
Yeah mate i agree it's perfectly legal to listen to analogue or digital signals (except cellular), trunked or not unless the police can prove that you're using the info for criminal activites. When it's encrypted it's illegal to listen to as there has been new legislation put in place because the police have gone out of their way to create secure communication. The only thing that makes listening to encypted signals hard is that the police can change the encryption key on their radios remotely at anytime and unless you know the key you won't get access.

I believe certain media sources and radio techs are allowed encryption access but due to the sophistication of the new radios the broadcast they recieve is slightly delayed and police can 'turn off' certain radios if they don't want them to listen in. Selective information at it's best ;)

cheers
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Follow Up By: Member - Mike DID - Friday, Apr 18, 2008 at 08:19

Friday, Apr 18, 2008 at 08:19
Under the Radiocommunications Act it illegal to -
- reveal the existence of a message
- divulge the contents of a message
- make use of the information.

This applies to ANY radio message.
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Reply By: Holden4th - Thursday, Apr 17, 2008 at 20:25

Thursday, Apr 17, 2008 at 20:25
Yeah, the towies are screamng blue murder as they won't be able to race off to crash sites. They say that this will increase traffic problems by slowing down the pick up system - I don't see how.
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Follow Up By: geocacher (djcache) - Friday, Apr 18, 2008 at 00:33

Friday, Apr 18, 2008 at 00:33
Can't see why anyone wants to listen to us anyway, surely we aren't that interesting. What ever floats your boat.

As for towies. The best thing that ever happened in Vic was towing allocation. I wish they'd roll it out to rural areas.

Nothing worse than getting to an MVA and having to fight your way to the patient trapped in the car because three or four towies are trying to get the signature for the tow. Or having them poke their head into your ambulance to see if the patient would mind signing their book.

Had one moaning to me one day that the truck his boss bought would only do "140kmh topped out", and I've had trouble catching them on the way to jobs.

Slowing down the towies would be preferable to speeding up the pickup system.

Dave
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