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When any given department in KS goes from analog to digital, does that department get a new frequency & get a department tag ID # ? Thanks for the time, jbxfire
 

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NEC911: Sorry i did not make my self clear. If any department say in Leavenworth,Ks ( fire,police,ems )
goes from analog to digital P25 program, doe's that department get a new frequency # & do they get what is called a
Department Tag ID # also ? Thanks for the time, jbxfire
 
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NEC911: Sorry i did not make my self clear. If any department say in Leavenworth,Ks ( fire,police,ems )
goes from analog to digital P25 program, doe's that department get a new frequency # & do they get what is called a
Department Tag ID # also ? Thanks for the time, jbxfire
Yes, they will be assigned a talkgroup ID if they switch over to the KSICS system. The text tag will be whatever the database admins decide to type in. As far as getting a new frequency...no, they will likely be heard on the Leavenworth County Simulcast Site of the Statewide system.
 
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