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Multiple Control Channels

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ausscan

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Can a P25 Trunking network have more than one control channel per site operating at the same time? Out this neck of the woods they are building a statewide VHF network for the FD and there is already in place a Metro UHF network for all services (Metro Fire, PD & Ambulance). All Semi Metro/Rural Fire are on VHF with no intentions to go UHF. Pro96Com shows some of the VHF sites having the UHF channels on their site map.
 

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I believe you could if you had multiple sites not a simulcast system the control channel controls what channel the voice goes on and a some other stuff. in a simulcast they're all the same. So in theory you could with multiple sites
 
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