Station 44 Member
- Nov 20, 2003
- Seaside Heights,NJ
Threads merged.Hey guys,
Was looking around through past forum posts..this is the last I found
http://forums.radioreference.com/ne...8-monmouth-county-700-mhz-project-25-trs.html from December.
To be clear, the system has been "set up" here in the RR database for the benefit of those who want to see what frequencies they have licensed, and can monitor those frequencies for future activity.Question for the group...so the 700 MHz system licensed and seems to be set-up. What is MC going to do with all the 500 MHz channels they have licensed? Is this going to be another trunked system and for what purpose? Thanks!
To be clear, the system has been "set up" here in the RR database for the benefit of those who want to see what frequencies they have licensed, and can monitor those frequencies for future activity.
All indications are that the county has decided to switch the project from T-Band to 700. This is a smart move, given that the T-Band frequencies would have to be relinquished in 9 or so years anyway. Since it appears that they haven't yet invested in infrastructure for this system, switching to a different spectrum is not a major hassle. I don't expect them to give up those T-Band trunked licenses until they are basically forced to give them back. Rockland County has done the same thing, even though their 700 system is 95% built out and on the air, they are still maintaining their T-Band trunked licenses (which were never used) until the very end.