WA GRN testing

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WA GRN testing

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I've been told that there is a site in Perth on 423.8495 that is related to the new GRN. DFES have been doing radio checks for the last few hours too on 6AR for either ESRN or WAERN links. Has anyone got any more information about the project?
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Haven't read anything. Is it this site, perhaps on 423.8500?
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There have been a lot of licenses moved out of the 400Mhz range in WA to clear the way for the nation wide Harmonized Government Spectrum. So far it's been pretty empty there and one day I saw a WAPOL P25 control channel and traffic channel pop up. Must just be for testing currently as those frequencies aren't in the neighbours list for the network.
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