Counties' highly regarded emergency radio system faces crucial transition April 1

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ANNISTON, Ala. — The region’s top-of-the-line radio system changes in two weeks. Most of its users — from police officers to firefighters, highway workers to school bus drivers — won’t notice a difference, officials say.

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A big thumbs-up to the writer and editor responsible for that article. I didn't pick up one obvious glitch on the technology of 800MHZ systems. The article was very comprehensive on why the change and how it impacts the various agencies. It was especially interesting that they got a direct response from a VFD chief on how they will operate without the 800 system.
 
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