Garfield County SO

wx5uif

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Is anyone within range that can confirm this for me?

I believe GCSO has switched to NXDN 4800 conventional. RAN1.

I was traveling down I-35 yesterday and only heard NXDN on their 155.5950 frequency.

Their emission designator for the license only shows analog, but we know how that isn’t always followed.

This makes sense since Enid is NXDN. I’m surprised that they didn’t move to that system, as it should still have plenty of bandwidth with 4 voice channels.

If not I’ll be driving through next Sunday and I can analyze more.


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Is anyone within range that can confirm this for me?

I believe GCSO has switched to NXDN 4800 conventional. RAN1.

I was traveling down I-35 yesterday and only heard NXDN on their 155.5950 frequency.

Their emission designator for the license only shows analog, but we know how that isn’t always followed.

This makes sense since Enid is NXDN. I’m surprised that they didn’t move to that system, as it should still have plenty of bandwidth with 4 voice channels.

If not I’ll be driving through next Sunday and I can analyze more.


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RRDB https://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?ctid=2169#cid-555
Looks like they use OKWIN. But that could be it hasn't been updated in a long time. 155.5950 not listed.
 

wx5uif

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That RRDB link is for Logan county.

I was able to confirm on Sunday that they have in fact changed over to NXDN4800 RAN1. Database has been updated.
 
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