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Old 09-10-2013, 2:19 AM
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Default Tucson, AZ - New police radio system nearly ready

TUCSON A 10-year project to allow first responders from various local agencies to talk to one another on radios is nearly complete.

New police radio system nearly ready
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Old 09-12-2013, 10:22 PM
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I haven't been following this. I hope this won't make my (non-digital) scanners obsolete? TPD is one of the last systems left I can listen to. The Sheriff and Marana PD are already on systems that are a challenge to monitor.

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TUCSON — A 10-year project to allow first responders from various local agencies to talk to one another on radios is nearly complete.

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there is already a lot of conversations taking place here on Radio Reference, take a look in the Arizona forum, on this same subject, and by the way unless you buy a PSR-800 to be able listening to PCWIN in about two months or so, your analog scanner will be almost obsolete for listening to public safety in Pima County.
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Old 09-13-2013, 10:00 PM
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there is already a lot of conversations taking place here on Radio Reference, take a look in the Arizona forum, on this same subject, and by the way unless you buy a PSR-800 to be able listening to PCWIN in about two months or so, your analog scanner will be almost obsolete for listening to public safety in Pima County.
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Old 09-15-2013, 6:43 PM
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i own the PSR-800 i got few years ago and glad i did buy it i looked on ebay no one is selling them my friend is thinking of selling his for $600 and i bet it will sell fast but i'm going to keep mine it works great as my base scanner.
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