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Old 06-14-2018, 7:36 PM
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Does anybody have a list of frequencies used by the various SOG / TRG / TOU teams around Australian? I understand they can't be "heard", I am just interested in what frequencies they are on.
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Old 06-16-2018, 8:13 PM
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Work it out.

Because "they can't be heard" how does anyone know who is using a specific frequency?

You have answered your own question.

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Good luck with that given they're encrypted. Suspect they may be using trunked radio systems but cant be 100% sure.
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Old 06-20-2018, 12:40 AM
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Good luck with that given they're encrypted. Suspect they may be using trunked radio systems but cant be 100% sure.
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Thanks I know they are encrypted. They used to be up around 489MHz, I was not sure if they still were. I don't want to listen to them, just know when they are active.
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The 488/489MHz allocations were for SACPAV (later National Counter-Terrorism Committee) taskings by the Police Tactical Groups. Defence also had access to them.

In Victoria our SOG had SACPAV for national and state needs / taskings and then DVP on some of the UHF 64 Channel allocation.

Since the MMR Network came along replacing 64 Channel allocations they have a multitude of TG (encrypted) on there. Both trunking and conventional.

The issue of maintaining the SACPAV allocations was raised by several state and federal agencies during a ACMA band review a few years ago.

I believe the SACPAV channels were used by VicPol SOG and TasPol SOG with success during Port Arthur.

Last time I checked there were still a couple of allocations under Defence in the aforementioned band.

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Thanks for the information, exactly what I wanted to know. I will track down my old list and program some in.
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