Insiders tell me that rebanding for Harnett County is scheduled to begin on June 6, 2008. I've requested frequencies/talkgroup id's, but have not received them yet. As soon as I have info, I'll post here and submit to RR for database posting.
Here is the Transition Administrator Site:StitchMagician said:It's really a win-win for the county. All radios that cannot be reprogrammed for the rebanding will be replaced with a new unit by NEXTEL.
I've spent the past three hours cross-referencing frequency lists on the FCC website and now my eyes are crossed.
Does anyone know of a location that will list the new frequencies for such a migration, or am I going to have to rely on someone on the inside getting them for me?
Jeff, Sorry I haven't aswered you sooner. I went out of town right after I made the post and haven't done a whole lot on RR since I got back. But, Let me see if I can answer your questions.>> For example, If you are on 866.0125 now, your rebanded channel will be 851.0125. This is the case for all of the 866 - 869 frequencies.
Hi, QBall. I haven't seen the following questions posted / covered on RR or the other forums. Would you know:
a - If an agency is rebanded from the NPSPAC frequencies, are they also required to move to a narrower bandwidth since another local licensee may be +/- 12.5 kHz of their new frequencies ?
b - If a public safety licensee rebands into the 851-854 segment, and experiences interference from an SMR who has not rebanded out of those frequencies, who has the primary responsibility to solve that interference issue ?
c - I was under the impression that, during the rebanding process, there should normally be a time period when an agency's TRS license(s) would reflect both the "old" and "new" frequencies. Correct or incorrect ?