Vic SES

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Hi All,

just so you are all aware the Victorian SES have now relocated themselves onto the VicSMR Network information as follows

Prefix - ID - Description
044 4017=SES BALLARAT RESCUE
044 4020=SES BALLARAT SUPPORT 2
044 4026=SES BACCHUS MARSH
044 4028=SES BACCHUS MARSH RESCUE 1
044 4032=SES BACCHUS MARSH SUPPORT 2
044 4038=SES RESCUE ID 4038
044 4042=SES ARARAT RESCUE SUPPORT
044 4118=SES STAWELL RESCUE SUPPORT
044 4626=SES ??? RESCUE 1
044 4627=SES ID 4627
044 4629=SES ID 4629
044 4804=SES ID 4804
044 4869=SES ID 4869
044 4861=SES BENDIGO RESCUE 1
044 4862=SES BENDIGO ID 4862
044 4865=SES BENDIGO LHQ
044 4869=SES ID 4869
044 4894=SES VICPOL SEARCH AND RESCUE
044 4924=SES ID 4924
044 4952=SES ID 4952
044 5312=4401-710 SES FRANKSTON
044 5317=SES FRANKSTON RESCUE 2
044 5318=SES FRANKSTON STORM CAR
044 5319=4401-717 SES FRANKSTON ??
044 5321=SES FRANKSTON RESCUE ??
044 5340=SES KNOX LHQ
044 5344=SES KNOX RESCUE 3
044 5447=4401-845 SES ID 5447
044 5502=SES MID WEST DISPATCH
044 5503=4401-901 SES DISPATCH
044 5508=SES CENTRAL DISPATCH
044 5562=SES KNOX LHQ
044 5563=SES ID 5562

if you require any instructions on Decoding the Victorian SMR Network please let me know as i have a copy of the Victorian SMR Sites database preloaded in Trunkview
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Re: Vic SES

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Frankston lhq #744 6710
Support #744 6717
Rescue 1 #744 6713
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Prodj300 wrote:Frankston lhq #744 6710
Support #744 6717
Rescue 1 #744 6713
Don't understand your numbering.

MPT1327 Prefixes only go from 0 to 127.

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Vic SES use the prefix of 44 if I remember correctly


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hi i can hear the seymour ses on a conventional scanner in melb on the smr frequency's but when im at home in seymour all i get is the ambos on the smr freqency's please help

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that would be because you are not trunk tracking you are simply scanning them conventionally.
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got ALL SMR frequencys conventunaly programmed in my scanner can hear ambo's and knox ses but not my own town of seymour i hate trunkview cause i need to be at home i go out and about a lot so im gonna ahave to find another option or get hold of a smr radio:P

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vkcpolice wrote:got ALL SMR frequencys conventunaly programmed in my scanner can hear ambo's and knox ses but not my own town of seymour i hate trunkview cause i need to be at home i go out and about a lot so im gonna ahave to find another option or get hold of a smr radio:P
Yeah it blows me away that to this day they have never made a scanner capable of trunking the MPT1327 / 1343 trunking network.

I'm not a real fan of Trunkview but it's about the best of whats around I have written to the authors and suggested an update and that I would supply some information to justify the idea but they were not interested the only real way to use T.V is in single scanner mode but then you miss out on other info happening in the mean time, I wonder how much longer the SMR in it's current format will be around considering all the other states have gone fully digital for all emergency services.

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Re: Vic SES

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Hi all

Just another couple of SES Captures for they who don't have them

044 4184=Marysville Rescue
044 4198-Nillumbik Rescue 2
044 5505=SES Despatch

Maybe we can run an updated list here for all of they of us who monitor and capture info on this network when I finish scanning later tonight i'll copy my other SES ones out of my Trunkview Database and compare them to what is already here and post the difference

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yes will be interesting if the rural ambulance service move along onto the RMR network or if Phase 2 will ever be introduced as more agencies move across to the network

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Are the SES in central vic on the UHF band? or if they are on vhf and what freq?

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All of the States emergency services are now on the SMR Vhf Network

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They still also access the UHF Network by way of dual band crossband repeaters if using handhelds which are UHF.

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