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Old 06-13-2007, 10:19 PM
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Default Bermuda TRS

I have searched the internet and other than finding out that bermuda operates on a TRS I cant find any specific programing info. Would anyone with that info (system freq, type, and TG's) be willing to help.

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Old 10-03-2007, 2:48 PM
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I didn't have much equip to monitor 2-3 years ago, while on a Cruise, but
there was much Motorola [Land] in the 800 spectrum. Some appeared to be P-25
others analog. No Trunker or other Radio to capture Sys ID's etc.

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I have searched the internet and other than finding out that bermuda operates on a TRS I cant find any specific programing info. Would anyone with that info (system freq, type, and TG's) be willing to help.

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Old 10-10-2007, 10:04 AM
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i advise people going to bermuda on a cruise to not bring there police scanner on the island. when i was boarding the ship i was question by port security official. i think bermuda police scanners might be illegal.
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Default Bermuda Scanning

Scanning in Bermuda has gone down hill. Police were on 410.025 for a long time then wentencrypted p 25 around 99 i believe. it arond the time i got the uniden digital brick. You can legally own a scanner on the island, but you must obtain a permit that never expires. ODD, the last one i got did not have a serial number on it so it could be used for any i guess. Fire and ems are all 800trs. same as the airport fd. all fire stations and the airport fd have a common talk channel as well as the ability to talk with the ATC. I left there in 2000, i will try and dig up my old files if i didnt throw them out.

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i was in bermuda Oct of 2007. the police were encrypted and the fire department was 800 analog. i think ems was 800 P25.
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Recently returned from a Cruise to Bermuda and have submitted the following 3 Sets of information for submission to the RR DB.
Thanks to JeffKett for the assistance on this project

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I would hope that, Bermuda being a foreign Country, and that there is no Legally Available Frequency information for the Country that a little leway will be given in posting vague and unidentified user information.
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Based on the VHF Monitoring it appears that VHF uses a 4.8 Mhz OffSet

165.1250 136.5 Hotel- Operator to Engineering
166.9750R 74.4 Taxi with Phone Patch 171.7750 input
167.1250R 173.8 / 171.9250 unIDent user
167.5000 CSQ Taxis 172.3000 CSQ Base [Duplex]
167.7750R 91.5 172.5750 input Cab/Bus
453.2000 D-125 "Do I call Maintenance or security for elevator"
453.2250 100.0 too short transmission
454.1250 136.5 "Luggage on Landing" - Airport user


800 trunk
SYS ID 193F
Data 862.9875 865.9875
only caught conventional voice -- no digital
Voice freqs
864.2375 865.2375 861.4875 862.4875 863.4875
864.4875 865.4875 861.7375 863.7375 864.7375
865.7375 861.9875
Talk groups in DEC
23104 UnID
32912 Bermuda Electric Co
34224 UnID
34288 UnID
37072 UnID
37392 Central to Bravo 4
40144 UnId
40832 Baggage Declaration
57616 UnID
60624 Security user
63088 UnID

800 trunk
SYS ID 5F26 [Multi Site]
Zone ? CTRL 865.6375 Voice 861.6375, 863.6375
Zone ? CTRL 865.8625 Voice 861.8625, 862.8625, 863.8625
Zone ? CTRL 865.9125
seems like it maybe a digital system


Talk groups in DEC
01648 Red Leader to Ground (poss AirPort activity)
48016 UnId
48048 UnId
56048 UnID
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I will say...all above gathered in a day and a half while docked at West End. I'm surprised that there was not much more frequency usage in other bands ??? Seems like one of the trunks is Public Safety related (the 5F26) . The other (193F) must carry everything else on the island???
Would like to hear from any of the locals!!!
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Please use the wiki to log unconfirmed information. Thanks.
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Thanks Eric,

Maybe this might spur some folks to add more of the Caribbean Islands !

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Just back from outrunning Katia -- It appears I captured 89 talkgroups on 193F but only 7 on 5F26 using my PSR800 --

It'll take some time to analyze and characterize the activity...
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