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TexasCOML

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So if an agency has a CC, a slot and a talkgroup ID they are on tier III even if they only use 1 frequency?

Overton County Sheriff Office, Livingston, TN?
 

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No they are still conventional but is Tier ll which still uses CC, Time Slot, and talkgroups but is one frequency.


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Depends on the system. I am actually unfamiliar with how Cap Max fails/goes into failsoft. I know Simoco XD can actually go into single channel tier III. Example, one time slot will be the control and the other the only channel of the site. Of course is is assuming an all but 1 repeater site failure.

Doesn't sound like a fail state is being described.

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MotoTrbo CapacityMax (Tier III)

Can you tell me what Motorola radios can run Capacity Max Tier III?
I was told that the gen 2 radios, XPR5550 and XPR7550 should be able to be licensed?
 
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