Hillborough/ TPD CC Scan?

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kayleesdad

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No idea what the references to CC scans are, but I'm hoping this is a lot of interop connectivity progress going on...


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A "CC Scan", or Cross-Connect Scan is a type of scan that 800 megahertz band trunked system radios use to find connectivity with other systems that share interoperability resources. The EDACS or Enhanced Digital Access Communications System is a advanced radio system that uses a network of low and high power base stations hooked together by fiber optics and other carriers to provide communications coverage over a wide area for Police, Fire, EMS, Transit, Water and other agencies that need it. The CC Scan looks for other networks to use when the primary network is unavailable. If the CC Scan cannot find another network to connect to, it goes to a third-tier WA or Wide Area Scan, looking for connectivity.
 

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CC Scan

CC scan simply means when an EDACS or Harris radio in general is out of range of its control channel, and the radio will display "CC scan", while it searches for another.

Doesnt neccessarily have anything to do with interoperablilty, etc. the user is just out of range....
 
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