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Old 12-24-2013, 4:28 PM
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Are the Brunswick County LTR systems's (VHF Fire and UHF Sheriff) still operational. The last time I was down there in 2011 they were in. I looked on the Brunswick County NC page and no longer see any LTR systems listed. I am planing a trip to Southport over the Christmas break, and want to listen to the local's both Fire an PD. Another question is the VIPER 3600 bd trunking still operational for that area.
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Old 12-24-2013, 4:34 PM
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I think if you do a searchfor Brunswick county you can find a more descriptive post. But I believe they are on VIPER now.

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Thanks for the info, are Southport PD/FD and St James FD on the new 9600 P-25 system or are they on the old 3600 bd one? If they are on the 3600 bd system, what system key is used in that area?
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Old 12-24-2013, 5:07 PM
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System ID is C508. Here is more information on VIPER http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=4087

The P25 is not operational statewide at this time but should be next year.

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Thank you, I know there was considerable talk about the system not working well in the Southport area. At least I know the FD wasn't happy, and did the county provide radios for the FD or did they have to buy them? I will let you all know if I hear anything on either system 800 VHF or UHF.
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Radioman2001:

I would be very interested in hearing about what you find out. I visit that area every year myself and will be moving to St. James next Fall (along with my shack). The last time I was down, I was led to believe that all of them were on the VIPER system, but I could be wrong? If you find out about Oak Island FD/PD as well, that would be great.

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Merry Christmas!
All Brunswick Co.Fire,Law and EMS are on on VIPER 3600 DIGITAL.
Initial dispatch for Fire and EMS is on 155.520 vhf. After dispatch response and all other communications are on VIPER.
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