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Call today dispatch North Branford, CT

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Dec 26, 2002
This afternoon, Dispatch North Branford forwarded a message to PD cars. The comms to NB Dispatch came from a CSERN CSP station. North Branford Dispatcher said she was in contact with CSP maybe not on the CSERN frequency.
I have looked thru the CSERN files, and thought the system was used in Southeast county's of our state.
Does CSERN have alternative frequencies to communicate with individual towns?
Does CSERN have interoperating frequencies with towns ?

I thought CSERN was primarily used in southwest CT. I may be wrong..

Any comments appreciated...


73 de Fred W1POP
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