FREQUENCIES ALIVE is a radio scanning facility created to assist the enjoyment of Sydney based scanner enthusiasts.

THIS SITE IS SET UP PURELY FOR ENJOYMENT. IF YOU WISH TO USE THESE FREQUENCIES FOR FINANCIAL GAIN OR CRIME, YOU ARE NOT WELCOME HERE

This page has been set up by Ben, a resident of Sydney, Australia. I am a keen radio operator, and operate on 27MHz and UHF CB radio, 27MHz and VHF marine radio, and regularly monitor HF, VHF and UHF transmissions on my HF receiver and my two scanners. I am an apprentice Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (avionics), currently (2006) working on the RAAF Orion aircraft - a plane that's devoted to radio.


Richmond Airshow - RAAF Richmond - see my airband page for details and links

In an effort to reduce redundancy with other people's pages, I have included links throughout whenever their page complements mine, or where I have ommitted information because they cover it. See also my links page.

Unfortunately, due to constant spamming, I have had to shut down my guestbook. Aplologies to those who want to contact me, but you'll have to catch me on the airwaves. Soon I'll be VK2 something.

 

My Scanner Related Pages

SYDNEY AIRBAND LISTENING 

Assistance and frequencies for new airband listeners and the seasoned expert alike 

POLICE

The police are currently moving to a digital system, so listen while you can. Details here.

 

OLYMPICS, TRUNKING, MISC

Brief Ceremonies and other stadium radio info and frequencies, links to details on trunking systems, and Channel 7 frequencies.

OTHER SCANNER INFORMATION

Latest National Parks and Wildlife Service frequencies
Homebush and Olympic Park Frequencies (including stage crew)

The Olympic Site handheld radio system and trunking systems information

MY RADIO LINKS  MY RADIOS AND OPERATING HABITS
Keep count of my radios with me, and find out what frequencies I can operate on (not as many as I can listen to).
MY OTHER LINKS  

RADIO RELATED SOFTWARE PAGE
NSW Coast Marine Radio Page (NEW!)

 

 

I have recieved a request (via my Guestbook) for Quensland frequencies. Unfortunately at this stage I do not have these resources, but the best place to get them is the web page of a local scanner guru, or "The Home and Holiday Scanner Guide" (available for each state, from Dick Smith Electronics).

Frequencies Alive! Last updated, November, 2004

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