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Old 07-31-2017, 5:44 AM
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Looks like the frequencies for Simulcast Cell A (Urban) will be; 460.25, 460.35, 460.45, 460.55, 460.025 and 460.125 and and Simulcast Cell B (Rural) will be: 453.05, 453.175, 453.4125, 453.55, 453.65 and 453.75

ULS License - Public Safety Pool, Trunked License - WQZS950 - ERIE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

(The emission on the license are listed as Phase I, not Phase II. Not sure what that's about.)
I see the emission designator column, but how do you tell it's showing Phase I? If that's the case, I can try to get more info from the 911 Director if needed.
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There's a great listing here in the wiki:

https://wiki.radioreference.com/inde...ion_Designator

8K10F7E could be EF Johnson's Phase II desigator, I'm just not familiar with it.
There's a thread here that mentions 8K10F7E: http://forums.radioreference.com/new...rs-help-5.html

Seems pretty certain that it's going to be Phase II. All the information from the County so far says so.
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The portable and mobile radios for the new system have arrived this week. Users are being trained on them and the radios are being installed in vehicles. Not sure if scanner listening will be affected now, but I think things won't sound different until the new system is activated next summer.
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New licensing info has just been released for Erie County:
https://www.radioreference.com/apps/...=2265&opt=fccg
ULS License - Public Safety Pool, Trunked License - WRAE417 - ERIE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
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More licensed frequencies posted today:
Erie County, Pennsylvania (PA) Last 50 FCC License Grants
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More licensed frequencies posted today:
Erie County, Pennsylvania (PA) Last 50 FCC License Grants
Those are the same frequencies you reported on 10/31, just additional tower locations.
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Here's the latest update from the 911 Center:
"Our project team is continuing the early deployment, installation of subscriber
equipment (mobiles, portables) to our first responders. The contracts have been
awarded for the microwave system, tower steel, equipment shelters, and emergency
generators. The bid(s) will be released by the end of January for the tower
construction of eight new tower sites. The factory acceptance testing on the
radio system has been scheduled for the week of February 19-23, 2018 at EF
Johnson's Headquarters in Fort Worth, Texas. Key staff members from the
Department of Public Safety, MCM Consulting Group and EFJ will be on site to
conduct the testing.

There will be additional public meetings, providing our first responders and the
general public a project update as to the progress towards implementation of the
Next Generation Public Safety Radio System."
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