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Old 10-08-2018, 12:29 PM
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Default new moose jaw police system coming

from the MJindependant webpage -

"Outdated, obsolete, difficult to repair, soon hard-to-find parts and a potential for a catastrophic failure are the reasons given to replace the present Moose Jaw Police Service (MJPS) radio system."

https://www.mjindependent.com/new-bl...radio%20system

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thanks, my bad... i know better, just wasnt thinking (too early in the morning for me )
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No problem, thanks for letting us know of the new developments.
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Humm wonder what system they are looking at? Being Prairie Mobile... Possible Kenwood system? cant find a copy of the RFP
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I wonder if it is going to be like the Harris BeOn system. https://www.harris.com/sites/default...n-brochure.pdf
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Humm wonder what system they are looking at? Being Prairie Mobile... Possible Kenwood system? cant find a copy of the RFP
found the rfp

https://moosejaw.ca/wp-content/uploa...0Technical.pdf

looks like they are trying to keep same frequencies

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I did as well... located some of the question points from respondents as well
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Sounds like they r looking at a NXDN or DMR Tier 3 system?
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now to decide if $160 worth of upgrades to my psr-800 to monitor both would be worth it in the event they forget to transmit secure - at least with the PPSTN link to fire, that will likely be unencrypted.
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now to decide if $160 worth of upgrades to my psr-800 to monitor both would be worth it in the event they forget to transmit secure - at least with the PPSTN link to fire, that will likely be unencrypted.
Or use the discriminator output on the 800 and DSD Plus software and a laptop for free.
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just starting to explore DSD plus. so far every helpful video ive found all deal with the rtl dongles and
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Dongles are cheap, perhaps go that route.
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Does anyone know what frequency range is for NXDN?
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if your thinking for MJPS Kelly, they are trying to keep their existing ones.
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If that’s the case it won’t be a NXDN system?will have to do some limit searches on DMR and see if anything pops up.
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I have seen NXDN in use in VHF, UHF 400, and UHF 800. I wouldn't be surprised if there was a 900 MHz offering as well.

They do state in the document from post #7 that they are explicitly looking for NXDN or DMR in 800 MHz (page 12).
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Will do some limit searches with the TRX-1 and WS 1080,and see what I come up with,never know they could be testing during the day while installing system,or is they a easier way with some third party software?
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