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Old 01-13-2018, 10:04 AM
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It came across Hunterdon as well. I have 6 Id's in the 1213000 range which is New Brunswick. I also have hits on 4725.
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Guys/gals....don't want to throw this off topic so please reserve comment to yourselfs or discuss in a separate thread...I know alot of listeners are concerned about agencies going to NJICS and then encrypting their dispatch channels. Just wanted to direct you to another thread and see how others are taking on the issue. Like I previously stated regarding speaking up at your Town Board / City Council / County Legislative meetings, here is an example of a good balance in my opinion:

http://forums.radioreference.com/com...-colorado.html
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1057 is listed in the wiki as TDMA Usage, Radio IDs 700100 & 700101.
Those RIDs are Essex County DOC Transport units.
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TG 4723/4725 New Brunswick Fire? interesting they would go NJICS and not their county system
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This is really a reply been involved with Fire Ems and now a retired sheriffs officer this new way of scanning p25 phase 1 and 2 is a totally new me . I travel up to Howell often and just recently found out they changed into the p25. I’m inquiring some info on there frequencies as well as what type of scanner and or software would be needed. Can I pick them up on the older Uniden 700 800 MHz I also live pretty close to Bridgeton in Cumberland County would I have to do the same for them
Thanks in advance KOB909 also IPN Id is NJS006

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