Moving to Seminole County

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n1ic

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Few questions -

Is there any Ham restrictions that the county puts in place? Also from a trucking perspective is it the normal trucking system that most of the state is using?
 

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Yes, hams/reception antenna owners are restricted to a 35 foot or less mounting structure in a residential area.

Seminole County currently uses a Motorola type II Smartnet system which can be monitored on any trunktracking scanner. However within a few months Seminole County (LEA, Fire, and SCPS School buses at first) will be switching to a P25 system (which is on the air currently for radio testing) .
 

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Yes, hams/reception antenna owners are restricted to a 35 foot or less mounting structure in a residential area.

Seminole County currently uses a Motorola type II Smartnet system which can be monitored on any trunktracking scanner. However within a few months Seminole County (LEA, Fire, and SCPS School buses at first) will be switching to a P25 system (which is on the air currently for radio testing) .
Great, thank you for the update this is exactly what I was looking for.
 

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I know this is slight OT but do we know if seminole is planning to encrypt all the LE on their new trs?
 
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