Fleet & Plant Management

Two Way Radio Systems

  • 1.  Two Way Radio Systems

    Posted 12 June 2017 19:32


    Hi Folks, how many Councils are running their two way radio systems on VHF Low Band? Thanks regards Graham Peall

     

    Kind regards,

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  • 2.  RE: Two Way Radio Systems

    Posted 18 July 2017 00:39
    ​Hi Graham

    Hobart City Council uses the low band talk through repeater system
    Happy to provide information on operation and issues.

    Regards

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    Greg Fannon
    Manager Fleet & Support Services
    Hobart City Council
    Ph 0438 381159
    fannong@hobartcity.com.au
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  • 3.  RE: Two Way Radio Systems

    Posted 24 July 2017 18:48
    RRC uses a 170MHz based DMR linked repeater network​ chosen for the ability to travel distance, it does have some issues with steel buildings etc but it is what it is.  Our choice was for distance over buildings given the regions profile and repeater locations.
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