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ISP Mobile Extenders???

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With the new SAFE-T system in place, I am wondering if ISP still uses mobile extenders when a trooper is out of the car?

Are these still on VHF, or in some other band???
 
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the ISP Mobile extenders were set up so that when a trooper was out of his car he could call in on his portable on 155.445 back to the car and then the car would re-transmit the signal back to the post on 42.260Mhz.ISP is now using 800Mhz back to the post and are no longer using the mobile extenders on 155.445.We have heard a couple of Dist 52 and Dist 51 Units talking car to car.
 
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