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what frequency is this

Post by hold3n » Sat Sep 24, 2011 6:22 am

507.3625000 MHz
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Re: what frequency is this

Post by Zebedee » Sat Sep 24, 2011 7:20 am

hold_3_n wrote:507.3625000 MHz
It's registered to the WA Police and is most likely a narrowband FM voice service of some kind. The transmit location is in the south-eastern region of Perth (Armadale / Bedfordale / Kelmscott / Gosnells area)
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Re: what frequency is this

Post by robbage » Sat Sep 24, 2011 12:42 pm

Isn't that around the area of the 'new' WAPOL digital frequencies?
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Re: what frequency is this

Post by Zebedee » Mon Sep 26, 2011 9:11 am

robbage wrote:Isn't that around the area of the 'new' WAPOL digital frequencies?
I believe it is, yes. (Which makes the emission mode registered to that frequency interesting ... 12K5F3E). Not sure what emission mode the digital voice would be, but at a guess, I wouldn't think it'd be F3E :smt017
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Re: what frequency is this

Post by robbage » Mon Sep 26, 2011 4:22 pm

Zebedee wrote:
robbage wrote:Isn't that around the area of the 'new' WAPOL digital frequencies?
I believe it is, yes. (Which makes the emission mode registered to that frequency interesting ... 12K5F3E). Not sure what emission mode the digital voice would be, but at a guess, I wouldn't think it'd be F3E :smt017
Yeah, good point. I definitely heard some sort of digital mode on that frequency. It certainly wasn't analogue telephony.
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