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Old 08-29-2005, 9:55 PM
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Default Delaware rebanding frequencies

The new frequencies can be found at.

http://www.800ta.org/content/800Mhz/call_sign.asp

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WPIZ596
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We will also need the offsets etc. to make them work. If anyone knows these items it would be helpful to all.
These will be put into effect in the next year?
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Old 08-29-2005, 10:17 PM
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Offsets have not changed.

(I assume you are asking about T/R offset)
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Old 08-29-2005, 10:28 PM
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I was referring to the wide band vs narrow band. I believe we are supposed to be narrow band under the new system. Looking at the custom table on win96 I know there will have to be some changes there. Right ?
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I was referring to the wide band vs narrow band. I believe we are supposed to be narrow band under the new system. Looking at the custom table on win96 I know there will have to be some changes there. Right ?
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800 is not getting narrowbanded.

The NPSPAC band with overlapping channels is moving.
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I plugged in Site 1 New Castle County WPSI864 and also had popup site connect tone 138.46
Not sure if that means anything for us in future.
All new freqs are listed as exactly 15 MHZ lower.Should be no problem flashing new system?
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All new freqs are listed as exactly 15 MHZ lower.Should be no problem flashing new system?
Hello,

/\/\otorola has not announced their new bandplan yet. There should be no problem flashing the State System. It will operate on 866-869 MHz and 851-854 MHz for some time until complete switchover.

Once a rebanded system goes online, the new bandplan can be determined and hopefully there will be a firmware update to address the new bandplan for scanners that have this capability.

I hope /\/\otorola follows the bandplan for 9600 bps systems. It will make reprogramming scanners a little easier.

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/\/\otorola has not announced their new bandplan yet. There should be no problem flashing the State System. It will operate on 866-869 MHz and 851-854 MHz for some time until complete switchover.

Once a rebanded system goes online, the new bandplan can be determined and hopefully there will be a firmware update to address the new bandplan for scanners that have this capability.

I hope /\/\otorola follows the bandplan for 9600 bps systems. It will make reprogramming scanners a little easier.

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The NPSPAC band plan is easy. Old channel -15 MHz = new channel

Its the fact that the other system will be shuffled, and that 1/2 th enew channels are not currently alocated causes all the issues.
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nothing for lower DE as of now I guess
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Old 08-30-2005, 8:41 PM
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The changes will be statewide and will apply to all the counties. The present freqs. - 15 mh.
It seems that Delaware is in the first area to be changed.
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The changes will be statewide and will apply to all the counties. The present freqs. - 15 mh.
It seems that Delaware is in the first area to be changed.
Is DE all NPSPAC? (821-824)

It will NOT be first, since they FIRST have to clear out 806-809!
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By clicking on the site name of each location shown in the RRDatabase, each associated callsign for the site can be determined. By entering the callsign in to the link, the new channel numbers for the entire system can be determined.
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All of these frequencies are for Kent, what is going on with New Castle and Sussex?
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All the freq. in the state will be present freq. - 15MH
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