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Old 06-03-2014, 11:45 AM
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Default Any NXDN or MotoTRBO systems in or around Hillsborough Co.?

Does anyone know if there are any of the above systems in this area. TT.
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I am not familiar with NXDN outside of the Florida Statewide NXDN project, but I am familiar with MOTOTRBO. Looking at my notes:

-Hillsborough County School Buses- 4 channel UHF Capacity Plus
-Raymond James Financial- 2 channel Capacity Plus UHF
-TBA Communication -4 or 5 site Linked Capacity Plus (RAS enabled) UHF
-ARGOS RMX -conventional UHF
-Busch Gardens -900mhz Capacity Plus and UHF conventional
-ARINC -UHF 1channel Capacity Plus
-United Airlines- UHF conventional
-Florida Hospital Fletcher- UHF conventional
-Moffit Cancer Center-UHF conventional
-BCI Communications-UHF Capacity Plus and conventional
-Mobile One Communications-UHF
-approx 10 unidentified Capacity Plus systems monitored
-approx 24 unidentified conventional TRBO/DMR signals monitored

I have not included any of my customers, which include hospitals, schools, hotels, etc.........
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Does anyone know if there are any of the above systems in this area. TT.
There's MotoTRBO & NXDN repeaters for Amateur Radio in the area as well. Also Moffit Cancer Center security/information uses Motorola MotoTRBO I believe the XPR 6550 handhelds not sure who they are in contract with to maintain it I was told TBA or Radio One INC in Tampa/Orlando area.
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Thanks for the replies , I'm testing out some software. TT.
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Also St. Joesph Hospital Security - Tampa uses MotoTRBO as well.
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I do not see any information on the state NXDN system in the RR database. Am i missing something or are they not here because they are "unmonitorable" ? PS please disregard, found it in the wiki.
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I am not familiar with NXDN outside of the Florida Statewide NXDN project, but I am familiar with MOTOTRBO. Looking at my notes:

-Hillsborough County School Buses- 4 channel UHF Capacity Plus
-Raymond James Financial- 2 channel Capacity Plus UHF
-TBA Communication -4 or 5 site Linked Capacity Plus (RAS enabled) UHF
-ARGOS RMX -conventional UHF
-Busch Gardens -900mhz Capacity Plus and UHF conventional
-ARINC -UHF 1channel Capacity Plus
-United Airlines- UHF conventional
-Florida Hospital Fletcher- UHF conventional
-Moffit Cancer Center-UHF conventional
-BCI Communications-UHF Capacity Plus and conventional
-Mobile One Communications-UHF
-approx 10 unidentified Capacity Plus systems monitored
-approx 24 unidentified conventional TRBO/DMR signals monitored

I have not included any of my customers, which include hospitals, schools, hotels, etc.........
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Do you have the frequencies for the Hillsborough County School busses?

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464.650 (Freq owned by their current radio shop)
460.1375 (licensed to the county)
464.100 (licensed to county) was old main bus channel
462.125 (licensed to county) was old secondary bus channel

System is very busy during the day. TT
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Great thank you! I am in charge of the ems/fire team at the school and this will allow us to communicate with buses as well.

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The West Central Florida Group, a Ham Radio Group uses NXDN repeaters in both analog and digital on a large network. You can read about it here: West Central Florida Group, Inc - NI4CE Big Stick Repeater System
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