update on Joondalup Council Freqs still valid?

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update on Joondalup Council Freqs still valid?

Post by slipknot » Tue Dec 01, 2015 12:51 pm

Hi all.

Ive been reading through a large number of posts today in an effort to tune into the Joondalup council.

Are these still operating on the motorola smartnet on 800mhz? And if so, are they analogue talk channels or digital?

Not sure if the information posted is still valid as some articles are about 4 years old.
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Re: update on Joondalup Council Freqs still valid?

Post by vk6hgr » Wed Dec 02, 2015 9:36 am

slipknot wrote:Hi all.

Ive been reading through a large number of posts today in an effort to tune into the Joondalup council.

Are these still operating on the motorola smartnet on 800mhz? And if so, are they analogue talk channels or digital?
Joondalup don't use a Smartnet system any more (although for some reason they've kept the licenses), they have migrated to an analogue MPT trunking system at ~416MHz.

http://web.acma.gov.au/pls/radcom/site_ ... =frequency
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