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Old 11-09-2018, 9:16 AM
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Default Bernardsville PD on Somerset County P25 TRS

TG 2025 ... full time use including patrol units? no more low band?

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at this time TG2025 is full time usage, Bernardsville PD.
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at this time TG2025 is full time usage, Bernardsville PD.
This channel (2025 7e9 T BenardPD TAC Bernardsville PD Tactical Law Tac).
Are the comms PD dispatch or strictly tactical?
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I've updated the DB. Thanks for the confirmation...
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as of now, they are back on their low band channel. I have no idea what the deal is here.
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I'll change it back. With all this inclement weather lately, they might have had problems with their low-band transmitter.
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possibly. i just wonder why they would want to be on low band, when they have a county TRS system, which sounds 100% better. when they were on it, every unit sounded great.
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possibly. i just wonder why they would want to be on low band, when they have a county TRS system, which sounds 100% better. when they were on it, every unit sounded great.
Because without multiple sites in Bville portable coverage in building is impossible .
with the terrain. And they have some very big homes.

Old school rules especially with vehicle repeaters in use.

They would need to backfill from Morris County.

Anyone know if Pill Hill got built? I think County got a hard time from locals on that too.
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I think there is an antenna on a tower on Pil Hill on the County TRS system. too much NIMBY in BVille for the system to work correctly with portables, you are correct... Too Bad...
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Bernardsville PD back on County UHF TRS ...full time dispatch... it seems they go back and forth between this and low band.. whatever works better at the moment...
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Bernardsville PD back on County UHF TRS ...full time dispatch... it seems they go back and forth between this and low band.. whatever works better at the moment...
Are they still on TRS Channel?
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back on low band as of friday
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back on low band as of friday
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Perhaps SC system was busied out with all the additional radio traffic, Nothing more annoying than pushing PTT just to get a system busy and being put in the Que, and keep hitting PTT and being put further down.
Lots of complaints from the NJ psic system busying out, just think, every little town giving up their perfectly acceptable radio frequencies to join the system. This was by any NJ standard a tiny tiny storm and a 12 channel TDMA system gets busy, whats going to happen when we encounter another hurricane. these super systems are fine when the message absolutely positively doesn't matter but when it does you don't want to hear bonks and busy's on your console or in your car. if towns are forced to join due to politics and kickbacks at least keep all your old equipment for when the system fails.
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