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FPL P25 Trunking Questions

I'm planning a trip next month and I notice my last visit they went to dmr nxdn. I see now they are P25 Trunking system in the 800/900mhz. Has anyone try to see if they are switching to the 800/900 p25?

ULS License - Other Indust/Land Transp. 896-901/935-940 MHz, Trunked License - WPFN986 - Florida Power & Light Company - Frequencies Summary

ULS License - Other Indust/Land Transp. 896-901/935-940 MHz, Trunked License - WQNN261 - Florida Power & Light Company - Frequencies Summary
 
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Next week I'll find out when I do the 900 mhz search. I'm sure there is nothing as of yet maybe next few years will be more active.
 

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yes, they are.... there are three sites that I can hear from my QTH... (titusville is pretty weak tho)


note that they are re-using some of the old analog channels .... and right now, there are some significant overlaps.... i don't know if they are 1-for-1 turning on/off channels between the systems, but that's a typical plan during a transition.


all modulation is TDMA/Phase 2.



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yes, they are.... there are three sites that I can hear from my QTH... (titusville is pretty weak tho)


note that they are re-using some of the old analog channels .... and right now, there are some significant overlaps.... i don't know if they are 1-for-1 turning on/off channels between the systems, but that's a typical plan during a transition.


all modulation is TDMA/Phase 2.
I notice on one site they are using some old freqs. I guess putting the old freqs into a p25 ll see what happens.
 

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FPL is offering to buy Gulf Power Company if so I wonder if they will get the old system or get the p25 ll this way?
 

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Where did this info came from?
Miami-Dade Area

EverGlades 1
Miccosukee 3
Florida City 9
South Dade 55
Kendall 41
Miami #1 89
Miami #2 91
Hialeah 7B

Broward Area

Hollywood 7F
Broward 75
West Broward 47

West Palm Area

Boca 53
Belle Glade 35
Loxahatchee 1D
West Palm 93
Hobe Sound 7D
Martin Plant 81
Okeechobee 23
Fort Drum 13
Stuart 8B
Port St Lucie 29
Vero Beach 2F

North Area

Melbourne Palm Bay 85
Cocoa 3D
Titusville 2B
Daytona 8D
Sanford 25
Osteen 83
Palatka 4D
Sanderson 51
Jacksonville #1 57
Jacksonville #2 21
Callahan 3B
Flagler 3F
Bunnel 39
Live Oak 45
Lake City 43
St John's Area 6D
St Augustine 59
Lawtey 6F
Starke 27
Bunnell 39

https://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=10021

I couldn't find nothing on this.
 

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What's going on with these DMR repeaters that FP&L has licensed in various places across the state? I've seen them in the FCC database in Suwannee, Columbia, and other counties.
 

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What's going on with these DMR repeaters that FP&L has licensed in various places across the state? I've seen them in the FCC database in Suwannee, Columbia, and other counties.
I noticed that years ago. I see sjc has a dmr conv. It seems every county has dmr freq on fpl
 

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I noticed that years ago. I see sjc has a dmr conv. It seems every county has dmr freq on fpl


The only thing I could think of was maybe they’re planning on using the VHF repeaters for areas where the 900 MHz systems doesn’t cover in the rural areas. Other than that I can’t think of anything.


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Looks like the Edgewater system for P25 is using 938.9625 as the control channel it is putting a stronger signal out than the old analog system but can still hear activity on the Daytona troublele channel on the EDACS system
 
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