Hunterdon County VHF System Expansion

r60

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It is hard to sort through the many licenses of the County but I did note a new license isssued.

Any Hunterdon folks have more information on this new license (WRHV640). It appears to be adding 5 new sites, compared to the current WNMJ960 using existing frequencies. Perhaps 5 new sites within contour of present license. This would make a total of 11 sites.

I see both licenses have DMR emission designators as well.

Could this be a step towards building out a DMR simulcast system for Hunterdon County Police?

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same frequencies as current?
Yes. And all repeaters on the new license. Control Point shows as County Communications (no surprise).

Should also be noted that the current license for county law enforcement comms, WNMK960, was modified 7th February of this year to add existing frequencies to several towers and DMR to the towers at (4) Gravel Hill in Milford, (5) Mt. Kip in Glen Gardner, (6) Laurell Road in Bucksco, and (10) County Communications in Flemington.

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