FESA frequencies

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Re: FESA frequencies

Post by clarky9811 » Tue Oct 15, 2013 7:46 pm

Might help some of you? :lol:

123.1000 FESA SES WA 6104
131.6000 FESA SES WA 6104
457.4250 FESA SES WA 6076
457.7250 FESA SES WA 6032
457.9750 FESA SES WA 6056
457.9750 FESA SES WA 6555
458.2250 FESA SES WA 6205
459.1000 FESA SES WA 6220
459.1000 FESA SES WA 6317
459.1000 FESA SES WA 6076
459.1250 FESA SES WA 6725
459.1250 FESA SES WA 6450
459.1250 FESA SES WA 6432
459.1250 FESA SES WA 6701
459.1250 FESA SES WA 6707
459.1250 FESA SES WA 6367
459.1250 FESA SES WA 6330
459.1250 FESA SES WA 6770
459.1250 FESA SES WA 6765
459.1250 FESA SES WA 6230
459.1250 FESA SES WA 6056
459.1250 FESA SES WA 6753
459.1250 FESA SES WA 6537
459.1250 FESA SES WA 6532
459.1250 FESA SES WA 6518
459.1250 FESA SES WA 6715
459.1250 FESA SES WA 6714
459.1250 FESA SES WA 6532
459.1250 FESA SES WA 6623
459.1250 FESA SES WA 6365
459.1500 FESA SES WA 6510
459.1500 FESA SES WA 6258
459.1500 FESA SES WA 6401
459.1500 FESA SES WA 6285
459.1500 FESA SES WA 6488
459.1500 FESA SES WA 6415
459.1500 FESA SES WA 6110
459.1500 FESA SES WA 6475
459.1500 FESA SES WA 6460
466.9250 FESA SES WA 6076
467.2250 FESA SES WA 6032
467.4750 FESA SES WA 6056
467.4750 FESA SES WA 6555
467.7250 FESA SES WA 6205
468.6000 FESA SES WA 6317
468.6000 FESA SES WA 6220
468.6250 FESA SES WA 6432
468.6250 FESA SES WA 6365
468.6250 FESA SES WA 6770
468.6250 FESA SES WA 6330
468.6250 FESA SES WA 6367
468.6250 FESA SES WA 6707
468.6250 FESA SES WA 6450
468.6250 FESA SES WA 6751
468.6250 FESA SES WA 6765
468.6250 FESA SES WA 6230
468.6250 FESA SES WA 6701
468.6250 FESA SES WA 6056
468.6250 FESA SES WA 6330
468.6250 FESA SES WA 6753
468.6250 FESA SES WA 6725
468.6250 FESA SES WA 6623
468.6250 FESA SES WA 6532
468.6250 FESA SES WA 6728
468.6250 FESA SES WA 6715
468.6250 FESA SES WA 6518
468.6250 FESA SES WA 6532
468.6250 FESA SES WA 6537
468.6250 FESA SES WA 6714
468.6500 FESA SES WA 6415
468.6500 FESA SES WA 6475
468.6500 FESA SES WA 6510
468.6500 FESA SES WA 6258
468.6500 FESA SES WA 6401
468.6500 FESA SES WA 6308
468.6500 FESA SES WA 6110
468.6500 FESA SES WA 6488
468.6500 FESA SES WA 6460
468.6500 FESA SES WA 6485
468.6500 FESA SES WA 6285

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Re: FESA frequencies

Post by Zebedee » Thu Oct 17, 2013 9:16 pm

clarky9811 wrote:Hey guys,

does anyone know if there are any FESA frequencies in the range of 430-470 ?

:lol: thanks :)
430-450 MHz you won't find any FESA / DFES frequencies as that block is one of the bands allocated to amateur radio. But 450-470 I guess it's possible (and I see you've found some frequencies already)...
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Re: FESA frequencies

Post by Diceman » Fri Jan 24, 2014 3:16 pm

philby wrote:anyone know esperance freqs for all emergency services?
WPXZBP wrote:WAERN Channels
VFRS try 368 (simplex)
BFS try 154, 187, 216, 270 & 282 (repeaters)
FESA try 186, 215, 282 & 313 (repeaters)
DEC try 516, 530 & 545 (repeaters)
This will be helpful for me :D

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Re: FESA frequencies

Post by fosterglen » Mon Feb 03, 2014 9:23 pm

Have noticed Bunbury
1st and 2nd coming through on the 6AR command channel in the last couple of months. Does anyone know which channel they are using? As far as I was aware WAERN 217 was the furthest south command channel but you can't hit that from Bunbury

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Re: FESA frequencies

Post by Helitak_670 » Tue Feb 04, 2014 10:20 pm

They have been coming on for longer than that, They are just becoming a little more busier than previous years.

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Re: FESA frequencies

Post by fosterglen » Wed Feb 05, 2014 2:03 am

Helitak_670 wrote:They have been coming on for longer than that, They are just becoming a little more busier than previous years.
Yeah thanks...... But if you have read my question I wasn't asking how asking how long they have been on for, I was asking what channel they are transmitting on

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Re: FESA frequencies

Post by colin » Wed Feb 05, 2014 5:49 am

http://warsug.info/warsug/frequencies/W ... 0freqs.pdf

seems to suggest that they may be transmitting on 135 or 372....

I'd be guessing that 372 is a command channel, as the others listed near it are also command channels.

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Re: FESA frequencies

Post by auntys_eyes » Wed Feb 05, 2014 10:25 pm

Having Bunbury appliances come up on 6AR on a daily basis, seems to have followed on from the establishment of the second career FRS crew (Bunbury 2nd) in April last year, in addition to the existing career crew and the Bunbury VFRS.
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Re: FESA frequencies

Post by auntys_eyes » Fri May 02, 2014 1:57 pm

Anyone else having reception issues with DFES on their scanners? For a few days now i've not been receiving anything on the WAERN (VHF-high) channels, only on the old 78mHz (VHF-mid) channels?? Is there a problem with the WAERN network??
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Re: FESA frequencies

Post by yorky » Fri May 02, 2014 2:15 pm

Was working ok this morning from memory.
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Re: FESA frequencies

Post by Raptor » Fri May 02, 2014 11:28 pm

I am receiving both VHF Mid and VHF low while mobile this week, no issues on this end.

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Re: FESA frequencies

Post by bogged » Fri May 30, 2014 1:01 pm

I heard on 76.55 Aviation Rescue to belmont pump, an its a pager freq i didnt think trucks were able to transmit on it http://warsug.info/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=4&p=72590#p72590 It also sounds like 6AR is also talking to them

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Re: FESA frequencies

Post by JB5 » Sun Nov 30, 2014 10:25 am

colin wrote: I'd be guessing that 372 is a command channel
I can confirm that 372 is a 6IP/6AR command channel.

I was traveling down south yesterday and was listening on my handheld 92xlt (using the stock antenna-no car mount)
Ch 217 (Huntley) is great from outside of Pinjarra all the way to Harvey (a little patchy in Waroona)
Ch 372 (Bunbury) is also good in Harvey.

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Re: FESA frequencies

Post by bigorse » Wed Dec 21, 2016 5:24 pm

Has anyone have an Updated Frequencies List equiped with the Locations of the Repeaters?
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Re: FESA frequencies

Post by yorky » Wed Dec 21, 2016 5:28 pm

Under viewtopic.php?f=3&t=5454 "WAERN Channel/Frequency information (Channels 101 - 653 aka "High band")" the pdf has # marks next to the know control channel repeaters if that's what you mean. It also has the comms plan (three letters in bold and a number) repeaters.
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