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rogerdensleysr

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Is their someone out there in Western N.C. who can help me find the way G Troop cars traffic is transmitted back to the Asheville State Highway Patrol Dispatcher please ?
 

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Roger, I edited the thread title to make it more meaningful. Please don't use your username as a title. A lot of people would see it and not bother to read your thread.

Thanks.
 

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There is no Asheville dispatcher for NCSHP. Radio traffic for the western areas is handled by the SHP comm center in Newton. All VIPER and low band radio traffic between the comm centers and the radio sites goes through the microwave system.
 
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VIPER is the new system which is still under construction. The low band system is the old system, and will be replaced by VIPER when VIPER is completed and fully implemented. Once VIPER is fully implemented, the low band system will be shut down and dismantled.

A number of us will miss the sound of that good robust analog audio that comes from those low band professional grade radios.
 
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asheville car to dispatch

Did you want to know what the mobile frequencies are? I can help with that, I'm just not sure that's what you want.
 

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I hear Troop G on VIPER all the time. I can't pick it up on low band although some people I know can get it. The traffic is simulcast.
 
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