License update:What changes are you seeing? Channel lineup, tones, switch to DMR?
Yup complete new frequency set, so this means a whole new data search for the new line up, whether its going to NXDN, or staying analog, new line up with them etc... As I live just a few blocks from the ICM I can get them crystal clear, so can at least get started with monitoring and logging.License update:
0009808988 - CHILDRENS MUSEUM OF INDIANAPOLIS IG WPPE266 Mod
ACTIVITIES IN AND AROUND THE MUSEUM
3000 N MERIDIAN ST, INDIANAPOLIS, IN MARION County
...Delete freqs: 152.435, 152.465, 151.715, 151.775, 151.865 FB2
...Delete freqs: 8 MO
...Delete freq: 157.695 FX1
...Add freqs: 151.625, 151.925, 152.375, 153.1475, 153.6725, 154.505 FB2 11K2F3E, 4K00F3E
...Add freqs: 157.6425, 158.3625, 159.6225, 159.8325, 159.915, 160.2075 MO 50/75w 11K2F3E, 4K00F3E
New IT and Radio folks in charge, new contracts with new company, slick sales reps????? I wonder who has that contract anyway? JES & Sons? Whatever the case, they are replacing it all. As for the itinerant going to a repeater, I have seen this done before in an area where there would be no co chan interference. And since it has been coordinated, and no flagging with FCC thus far, it must be ok with them lol. Its about as weird as IU Health still using the LTR system at IU Methodist and IU Riley. When that lic expired over ten years ago now when they have a robust IP Site Connect DMR network with it linked to the CAP+ IU North system which replaced that site of the LTR.What would be the reason to apply for new frequencies and cancel all the old ones? Couldn't they just modify the existing license if they wanted to go NXDN?
Also, I'm surprised 151.625 is licensed as a repeater as it is an itinerant freq.