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PostPosted: Thu Oct 26, 2006 7:08 am 
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Hello, here is the VFAS
Channel
91 469.525
92 469.575
93 463.275 Major Emergency
94 458.025 Major Event Channel
95 458.075
96 415.450

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 26, 2006 12:48 pm 
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sja1337 wrote:
Hello, here is the VFAS


Cool!

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 26, 2006 4:20 pm 
VFAS? What's that?


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Volunteer First Aid Service I'm thinking :?:

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Two of those channels are not SJA frequencies.458.025,458.075 are common emergency frequencies used by the emergency services in general


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2006 2:03 am 
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Two of those channels are not SJA frequencies.458.025,458.075 are common emergency frequencies used by the emergency services in general


They are called Emergency Channel A and B.


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2006 10:05 am 
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All VFAS units at the Rally both Gloucester Park and Langley - Are using Ambulance Channel 96 - which includes the portables - and Channel 6 to communicate with Command Post aka - 6DS - (not the Paramedic 6DS)

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2006 11:01 am 
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WPXZBP wrote:
They are called Emergency Channel A and B.


It's good that there are a couple of common frequencies that different agencies can use to communicate with each other but I'm curious to know if they are all called "A and B" by all the different agencies, or if they all refer to them slightly differently.

Anyone know? :)

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Zebedee wrote:
It's good that there are a couple of common frequencies that different agencies can use to communicate with each other but I'm curious to know if they are all called "A and B" by all the different agencies, or if they all refer to them slightly differently.


According to the FESA document, that's what they're called - emergency channel A and B.

If I were planning a system like that I'd have channel C and D programmed for portable repeater work too <shrug>

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2006 5:35 pm 
The new FESA comms system (WA Emergency Radio Network or WAERN) will enable FESA to chat with SJA, other branches of FESA, WA Police (to a limited extent), marine radio and UHF CB. This will include channels A & B.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2006 5:26 pm 
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Gday Folks,

I can tell you that the new SES radios (Motorola something somethings)
and from memory the Taits have emergency services A and B programmed in, they show on the screen when you access those channels.

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sja1337 wrote:
Hello, here is the VFAS
Channel
91 469.525
92 469.575
93 463.275 Major Emergency
94 458.025 Major Event Channel
95 458.075
96 415.450

:D :D :D


Further to that - this defines them abit more


VFAS Radio Channels
Chan/ID Display RX TX Channel Name CH Type
91 469.525 469.525 OPS 1 Simplex
92 469.575 469.575 OPS 2 Simplex
93 463.275 453.775 OPS 3 (MI Channel)Repeater
94 458.025 458.025 Inter A Simplex
95 458.050 450.050 X ModeRepeater Simplex
96 458.975 458.075 Inter B Simplex

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isnt there also a frequency range from about 412 - 413Mhz? of ambluance operations? i put that in my scanner and it searches between those frequencies and i hear those "melvile priotiry 1" messages.

is that all you will hear of the ambulances? just those priority messages being broadcasted?


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slipknot wrote:
is that all you will hear of the ambulances? just those priority messages being broadcasted?


Well all the jobs are announced over air, but unless the data system fails, no, you don't hear the job details.

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Can someone help me with Geraldton SJA frequencies pleeez


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