DMR systems to listen to

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Joshek
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DMR systems to listen to

Post by Joshek » Fri Oct 04, 2019 4:34 pm

Just bought a Baofeng DM-1701, would of got the GD-77 but the ones I could find all shipped from China. It does 136-174 and 400-480, but the CPS gives me the option to change the band to 430-520, I'll have to test if that works once it arrives. So, my question is, what is there that I can listen to with it?
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Re: DMR systems to listen to

Post by allycat » Sat Oct 05, 2019 12:08 pm

Surf life saving,shops maybe a few single channel DMR frequencies around.There is a large trunking system CSE crosscom that does a lot off stuff in Perth but its between 490mhz - 507mhz.

Joshek
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Oricom PMR790 CB Radio x2
Location: Mandurah
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Re: DMR systems to listen to

Post by Joshek » Sat Oct 05, 2019 12:45 pm

I looked on the ACMA map and saw the linked network for SLS, would I just put the repeater output frequency and let it do it's thing, since I have "promiscuous mode" enabled. Also with regards to the CSE Crosscom frequencies, as I mentioned, the official CPS has an option to change the band, so I could possibly receive that, I'll just have to wait and see once the radio arrives.
Joshua Bishop
Programmer and radio hobbyist, I think
https://joshek.pw

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Joshek
Posts: 125
Joined: Mon Oct 29, 2018 8:20 pm
Scanners and Receivers: RTL-SDR dongle
Uniden UBC72XLT
(soon) Baofeng DM-1701 DMR Tier II
Baofeng BF-F8+
Baofeng BF-888S
Oricom PMR790 CB Radio x2
Location: Mandurah
Contact:

Re: DMR systems to listen to

Post by Joshek » Sat Oct 05, 2019 3:08 pm

Upon closer inspection, I can't easily change the band to 450-520 without having to re-enter all the channels, so I'll probably have to make a separate configuration for special occasions.
Joshua Bishop
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https://joshek.pw

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