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Montgomery County SO Switch to SAFE-T???

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KD4YGG

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Picked up several transmissions on SAFE-T last evening on the Montgomery County SO dispatch talkgroup.

Have they / are they finally switching over from their old stand alone system?
 

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We have been having a lot of trouble with our old analog system (been in use since 1991) as of late. On Wednesday, the system crashed completely and we were being dispatched off of Crawfordsville city frequency, and some of the road guys were jumping around on other channels as well. The digital is up and running and has been for a long time, but for some reason we still haven't switched. On occasion the Waveland police department guys will use the digital at night as 1) they are constantly on special details and 2) Analog quits working down there quite a bit.

At this time we are back on the old analog system.
 
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