FESA frequencies

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Re: FESA frequencies

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Re: FESA frequencies

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Hi guys,
Is there a way hat you can listen to fires that are down south like the one in West Busselton.

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Re: FESA frequencies

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Does anybody know the new DFES frequencies that will be activated as part of the 400mhz project ?

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Re: FESA frequencies

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Yes but they are not public.

If you would like to know more come join the SES Communications Support Unit.
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Re: FESA frequencies

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I would also like to know. Fellow SES member :)
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I've heard traffic on two frequencies so far.

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Re: FESA frequencies

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So. Does anyone know any more of the channels and frequencies for the new uhf channels

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Re: FESA frequencies

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Just been getting hits on 467.5375MHz with a NAC code.Isn't that P-25.

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Re: FESA frequencies

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What area?

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Re: FESA frequencies

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Im in Tuarthill.

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Re: FESA frequencies

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Does anyone know what the channel bandwidth is used by the SES, what power output (low,med,hi) also if there is a need of ctcss/dcs to listen to them?

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Re: FESA frequencies

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By bandwidth do you mean spacing? 12.5khz is the standard these days I believe.

No need to know CTCSS/DSC to listen. These are only required to transmit for their programmed radios to receive the transmissions.
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Re: FESA frequencies

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Hey Yorky
That's correct mate, spacing 12.5khz. I don't have a scanner so just want to program receive channels in to radio. Thanks for your help.

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Anyone have a HF or VHF frequency for the Ledge Point area? I've tried the HF Guilderton (78.5625) but I'm not picking anything up. I've looked on the ACMA map and seen many other frequencies registered by DFES in Guilderton but I'm looking for one that has the 6AR link.

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Re: FESA frequencies

Post by vk6hgr »

Should be a link at Guilderton. Try the high band channel on 164.8875.

Otherwise, All the 6AR/IP freqs are here so plug a few in and listen for activity:

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