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Old 04-17-2011, 9:15 AM
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well he was worng then. we will know when it happens. and it could still happen it is sunday?

Not happening this week or next - give it time. It'll happen when it happens.
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Is it still expected to happen by the end of May?
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Old 04-17-2011, 10:37 PM
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Is it still expected to happen by the end of May?

Those are the plans. Don't hold your breath. It's government work and there is no such thing as a 'deadline', just "target" dates.

Remeber, the first part is "rebanding" all the other fancy stuff like P25 is months and months down the road.
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Default Status Update: "...may be October for completion"

I asked my comm center supervisor buddy for a status update, and here's what he wrote: "No update other than reading still moving forward . . . [Sacramento County Sheriff's Department] may delay some of the final phase so may be October for completion."
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heard a ssd unit going back to the station for rebanding yesterday
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Sacramento's rebanding frequency's have been added to there FCC License

ULS License - PubSafty/SpecEmer/PubSaftyNtlPlan,806-817/851-862MHz,Trunked License - WNYR751 - SACRAMENTO, COUNTY OF - Frequencies Summary
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Old 09-16-2011, 3:12 PM
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Site 001 “City”
851.0500
851.1125
851.3250
851.3875
851.6250
851.6750
851.7500
851.8250
852.1000
852.3000
852.4625
852.5750
852.6375
852.7125
852.7375
852.9000
852.9625
853.1000
853.1625
853.6125
853.7125
853.7750
853.9000
853.9625


Site 002 “County”
851.1625
851.2625
851.4375
851.4625
851.6000
851.6500
851.8000
851.8500
852.0750
852.1500
852.1750
852.2500
852.3500
852.4000
852.6875
852.8750
853.1875
853.2625
853.3250
853.4250
853.4500
853.6875
853.8000
853.8500
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I've noticed that the sites referenced in the discussion below talk about new sites added to the system (Citrus Heights, Rancho Murieta, etc):
Some Interesting info About The SRRCS

It appears that these are maintained under separate system licenses. They also appear to have applications for the new frequencies.

Wonder why they are keeping those licensed separately?
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Old 09-19-2011, 8:34 PM
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I've noticed that the sites referenced in the discussion below talk about new sites added to the system (Citrus Heights, Rancho Murieta, etc):
Some Interesting info About The SRRCS

It appears that these are maintained under separate system licenses. They also appear to have applications for the new frequencies.

Wonder why they are keeping those licensed separately?
They have to. The FCC only allows six fixed locations on a license, and WNYR751 has six locations (of the seven currently licensed).
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Does anyone know if they've been fooling with the CC channels lately.. I'm loosing the CC at night and picking it up around 10-11am on 868.9625... Does anyone know what the new system will be online or what the CC usually is at night?
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Rebanding coming in the next week FYI.


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Did they just go rebanded? Lots of Sac PD units reporting radio problems.

Now that I am in Ohio I can only monitor online.
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They were supposed to switch Oct 3. Don't remember if it was county site first or city site first.

I can only hear them at night so I can't confirm a change.


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I was listening to the county site as of 08:30 (10/4) and they were still on old frequencies. I also heard talk of radio problems ...
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Old 10-04-2011, 12:18 PM
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I was listening to the county site as of 08:30 (10/4) and they were still on old frequencies. I also heard talk of radio problems ...
And what about city side?

Any new control channels heard?


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Data running on 853.9625 at the moment for City reband. Using same TGID

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The prior control channels are all quiet. At 12:30 (10/4) I found the control channel for system 7A3B at 853.3500 MHz. So it does look like they've rebanded the city sites.

Does anyone know when they plan to reband the county sites?

Funny they wait until the rain comes to do this.
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I heard Oct 7th
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The prior control channels are all quiet. At 12:30 (10/4) I found the control channel for system 7A3B at 853.3500 MHz. So it does look like they've rebanded the city sites.

Does anyone know when they plan to reband the county sites?

Funny they wait until the rain comes to do this.
7A3B is Roseville.
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Data running on 853.9625 at the moment for City reband. Using same TGID
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