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Old 05-24-2014, 1:14 PM
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There's an Alpine site for the PSIC?
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Old 05-24-2014, 8:04 PM
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Yes Cape May Co. is on. The sheriffs are still receiving the portables they will be on 4261 and the pros. office will be on 4265 and encrypted 100% of the time.
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Old 05-25-2014, 8:38 PM
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Which frequency is being used for the CC on Alpine?
770.71875 however it's off again as of right now.
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Old 05-26-2014, 12:48 PM
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Would it make sense for us to setup a shared spreadsheet on google docs for us to keep track of the radio ID's? We have people running Unitrunker or Procomm all over the place with everyone finding different data depending on where you are at.
That sounds like a good idea to me.
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Lets give this a trial run and see how it works out. I just added the counties and outside agencies only on the NJICS system. Anyone can edit this, please leave an update on the first page so we know what was changed.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...3c&usp=sharing
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I've added Mercer and Ocean County radios.
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Will NJ Transit PD abandon their 160 MHz frequencies in the near future? What about Elizabeth PD and FD? I am just really confused by this entire NJICS thing. Will every single town in NJ be eventually moving into this system and their old frequencies will simply become silent?
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Ok, just checking to see if I might have missed something in the threads. I find it strange how some agencies such as Nwk FD abandoned their 154 frequency (even though they are still licensed for it in the FCC database for several more years), however NJ Transit PD and Elizabeth are still heard on their original frequencies. I was thinking of getting a brand new scanner, but fear it would be a waste of money considering how many of the agencies that went to NJICS ended up becoming encrypted anyway, such as Camden County. There is talk that all Monmouth County LE will become encrypted too in the near future on that system according to posts on their thread.
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Will every single town in NJ be eventually moving into this system and their old frequencies will simply become silent?
In an ideal world, that's exactly what the State and U.S. Homeland Security want. They would love every agency in every part of the country to be operating on the FirstNET plan (Nationwide 700MHZ Initiative). Or at least simulcasting. The reality? It'll never fully happen.

Also NJTransit Police and Newark FD have not abandoned their frequencies. They will remained licensed, and equipment remain in place and maintained as a failsafe fallback.
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Old 05-28-2014, 3:41 PM
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Ok, just checking to see if I might have missed something in the threads. I find it strange how some agencies such as Nwk FD abandoned their 154 frequency (even though they are still licensed for it in the FCC database for several more years), however NJ Transit PD and Elizabeth are still heard on their original frequencies. I was thinking of getting a brand new scanner, but fear it would be a waste of money considering how many of the agencies that went to NJICS ended up becoming encrypted anyway, such as Camden County. There is talk that all Monmouth County LE will become encrypted too in the near future on that system according to posts on their thread.
Camden County Fire is not encrypted. They are P25 Phase II. Only the Camden County local PDs are encrypted.
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Old 05-29-2014, 5:29 AM
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The interesting thing about NJ Transit Police is they have had 2 different radio roll outs. The first phase started back in November with a total of about 150 radio's, primarily on the 800 system. This last phase which started last month has a total of about 350 radios and appears to be mostly on 700. I heard a few people say on the air that they were having their radios swapped, so it is quite possible that the first round was a test and the 2nd round is the real thing.
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I have a feeling that NJ Transit PD will remain at least simulcasted on their 160 MHz frequencies because the train operations and Conrail will remain on that band, therefore will still need to communicate with LE from time to time on their 160MHz radios. Just my hopeful opinion.
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Furthermore, I am not seeing any talk groups on the NJICS plan for Conrail or NJ Coastline/NE Corridor operations. Of course they need to stay in communication with NJ transit PD as well.
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Picked up these 2 radios unaffiliating on the Bordentown site:

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Talk group 1037 popped up today on the Hunterdon site with an Essex county radio affiliating to it.

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I just realized this morning that 1037 is CHART-1 on the 800 side. After doing some investigating this morning, I finally figured out that this is an Essex County talkgroup used in conjunction with the US Marshals and ICE. They appear to use this when transporting prisoners back and forth to the Federal Courthouse. I also found this little snipped below from 2013.

In addition to county inmates, the 2,434-bed facility on Doremus Avenue houses immigrant detainees and federal prisoners brought in by the U.S. Marshals Service — both of which funnel federal dollars into county coffers.
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First Buildout/Coverage Requirement has been submitted to the FCC:

ULS Application - 0006322967 - New Jersey, State of


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ULS Application - 0006322967 - New Jersey, State of - Administration
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Is that Miller Lane location supposed to be the New Brunswick Site? Its hard to see through all that blue, but it appears to be Miller Lane in Martinsville. There is also a Millers Lane in Milltown, which would probably make more sense.
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I am admittedly entering this discussion a bit late, but I set up a scan list in my PSR 800 which includes the NJ Interop data obtained from the RR database. I am in southeastern Bergen County, and have a Diamond Discone topside. I am getting nominal traffic off this scanlist. A NJ talk group here and there. One would think I should be getting more. Is there something I am missing, special setup..?

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