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Friday, 9 December 2016

Holiday Scanning - East Coast and Hobart

We have just returned from a bit of a family holiday, down the East Coast and in Hobart. While this was a family holiday and this was my focus, I did manage to fit in some scanning time.

St Helens: I logged the following frequencies in use, this was a mix of searching the bands plus the use of close call.
79.4625MHz - Forestry Tasmania
79.500MHz - Forestry Tasmania
79.650MHz - Tasmania Fire Service
123.8MHz - Air Traffic Control 
129.5MHz - QANTAS
130.125MHz - Jetstar
130.225MHz - Jetstar
130.350MHz - Virgin
156.425MHz - MARINE
156.6MHz - MARINE
156.8MHz - MARINE
Various UHF CB channels, a few of these were logged via the Close Call auto store mode.

Hobart: This has a bit more variety of frequencies and I made good use of the Close Call auto store mode which I left running while we were doing various things including in the car as we were driving around.
78.4125MHz - Ambulance
78.9125MHz - Ambulance
79.0375MHz - Tasmania Fire Service
118.1MHz - Hobart Tower
123.8MHz - Air Traffic Control 
125.55MHz - Air Traffic Control
129.5MHz - QANTAS
130.125MHz - Jetstar
130.225MHz - Jetstar
130.350MHz - Virgin
162.6MHz - TASRAIL
163.925MHz - REDLINE Buses
165.15MHz - O'Driscol Coaches
464.175MHz - Metro Buses
Various UHF CB channels, a few of these were logged via the Close Call auto store mode, being used for traffic control at road works sites.
I also logged a few frequencies in the 466/467MHz band with constant data, I suspect these are being used at Risdon Prison, one was found via Close Call when driving past.

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