shaynejax Beginner

Hi All new member would someone know what is the scanner frequencies are for Albury/junee  Analogue or Digital. thanks all have a great day.

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  Galron Chief Commissioner

Location: Werribee, Vic
Hi All new member would someone know what is the scanner frequencies are for Albury/junee  Analogue or Digital. thanks all have a great day.
shaynejax
Hate to be the bearer of bad news, but most rail radio traffic is digital and encrypted. uses mobile phone frequencies and technology. Your best bet would be shunting traffic near a major depot, where UHF frequencies are used, and you can get driver to crew comms.

have a hunt around for licenced frequencies near where your looking on the ACMA website as well https://web.acma.gov.au/rrl/register_search.main_page

a bit of googling for "australian rail scanner frequencies" might turn up relevant stuff to the areas your looking as well
  railscan Locomotive Fireman

Location: Beside a railway line somewhere
Hi All new member would someone know what is the scanner frequencies are for Albury/junee  Analogue or Digital. thanks all have a great day.
shaynejax
As previously mentioned train control is via ICE, which is primarily satellite and secondly terrestrial 3G mobile phone.

In yards and the like discrete shunting assignments in the UHF band are used, as is 450.0500 WB Local. Depending on the operator will depend on the channel used. There is too many across the larger part of the UHF Band to post here.

Not all operators use frequencies specifically assigned to them, the inter-use of assignments is common. It is a case of searching through the UHF band to detect which channels are which.

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