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Old 06-17-2013, 10:42 PM
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AL DOT can be found on 151.010 with a 203.5 tone. They are active clearing the roads in and arround Mobile.
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This article shows they all moved to 700mhz P25
Mobile County, AL, bolsters first responder communications with broadband mobile application | Government Security News

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http://pspc.harris.com/media/BR1311_...cm42-23837.pdf

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They are moving, but I don't think that they have moved yet. There are no FCC licenses for 700 Mhz spectrum in Mobile or Mobile County. From the description and what others have said here, it seems like part of the system is going to be on 800 and part is going to be on 700 Broadband. The FCC plans for there to be 700 Mhz spectrum designated for data, vehicle location, and other services, but I don't know if they've actually licensed any yet.
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Alabama First Responder Network Trunking System, Varies, Alabama - Scanner Frequencies
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The last I read, the build out of that system had stopped. None of the sites listed are in Mobile County and I didn't see any new licenses on the FCC web site.
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