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Mid-Pacific Institute Capacity Plus?

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Gilligan

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I monitored a Capacity Plus system on 462.300, DCC 5 with LSN 1/2 (LCN 1) in the vicinity of Honolulu. There are only two licenses for that area (both are conventional), however I believe that this system actually belongs to the Mid-Pacific Institute, a college prep school in Honolulu for grades 6-12. Even though the license is for conventional, they are licensed for DMR mode and their radio provider likely set them up for Capacity Plus. The only talkgroup I caught was 30 with a radio ID in the 10xxx range. Perhaps someone in the area can confirm this system? The license is WPPY596.
 

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Sorry I jumped the gun. After looking at the FCC ULS database for them, I see that PWC was involved with this radio system. That more than likely rules out Hytera.
 
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