The license may show narrowband and digital, but it's important to note that just because it says narrowband and digital doesn't mean it's P25, Mototrbo or Nexedge (or whatever); it could just as easily be straight data. FCC licenses do not specify the flavor of digital; as long as operating within the parameters of the license, the FCC doesn't particularly care what flavor it is, as long as it's legal.Lorain city pd license shows p25,nexedge,and mototrbo, plus narrowband analog. same for sheriff. Vasu communications licenses his customers with each of those formats that they sell.Did the same thing here in richland co. best bet ask vasu, avon,oh 440-934-5268.
I'm looking at KQB349 on the ULS right now, and nowhere do the words Nexedge, Mototrbo or P25 appear. Emission designations do not a digital flavor make; I think you're reading more into it than is actually there.FCC callsign KQB349 LORAIN CITY emissions, 8K10FIE,P25 voice, 4K00FIE,nexedge voice,7K60FXE,2 slot TDMA mototrbo voice, plus all data emissions for each on the license, the liscense do specify emissions. They may never use them, for possible future use they are already licenced. Check for yourself its all there.