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Old 11-24-2013, 11:27 PM
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I'm sure the EDACS system will migrate into the P25 Phase II system. Most towns not on the system are on it for example ( Piscataway).
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Piscataway's system is Phase-II capable, but they are not operating that way. They are in Phase-I FDMA mode.
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Old 11-28-2013, 4:09 PM
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The NJSP has a more rudimentary type of functionality very similar to that with the IR sites on the 800MHz Type-II system.

That kind of behavior is not supported on the 7.xx P25 systems, so that's a interesting wrinkle they have to work out before the upgrade starts. Anyone else getting the feeling that it's not going to start until the PSIC is 100% deployed?

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I wanted to clarify something in my original post on this topic. It was recently pointed out to me that the County licensed a new site for the OpenSky TRS in Middlesex Borough (Jim Robbins' Scanner Pages Table of Contents & Links) and upon a "fox hunt," I have found that the source of the 769.53750 OpenSky signal is indeed transmitting from the Middlesex Borough site, (as licensed) and NOT the New Brunswick site as originally stated. I have also contacted a few sources of mine and all of them have little to no knowledge of the new system at this time.
to be exact the tower behind the middlesex borough OEM offices ... I saw it with my own 2 eyes...
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The tower in sayreville has no antannas on it also as GM stated county going to opensky is not written in stone it may turn out to be a P25 system only time will tell.
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I do not know if Harris operates these communications towers. They may even be cell phone towers. The towers are located ( not exact but general area(s) ) (1) Stelton Road, by Halls Trucking Company in South Plainfield. (2) Off of Hadley Road by Dicks Sporting Goods/ Middlesex Mall complex in South Plainfield. (3) Off of Cederbrook Avenue by John E. Riley School in South Plainfield. (4) Off of South Clinton Avenue in South Plainfield.

All of these towers are at least 100 feet tall and have several different attachments onto them. My guess is that they are not for the EDACS system operated by Harris/Middlesex County. If so, can someone tell me at least what their primary function is? I am just curious.
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If so, can someone tell me at least what their primary function is? I am just curious.
Try this website, I've found it useful on several occasions:

AntennaSearch - Search for Cell Towers, Cell Reception, Hidden Antennas and more.
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