New NJTP/GSP Frequencies

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mondaro

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I wouldn't be surprised if the change is post hurricane sandy fallout.
What happen in Sandy the 220 system failed, I have spoken to numerous numerous Turnpike employees they say the radios are down more then there up.

Question, can this be another LTR passport system or Turbo ??

Thanks

Tony
 

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The application is for conventional 800 MHz repeaters with plain old analog wideband emissions. No trunking, no digital...at least as far as the license application is concerned.
 

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NJTP/GSP New Frequencies

Ok folks, time for a new adventure challenge here. I've done some research on the licenses, and from what it appears, this may be a new trunked system (or it could be just a bunch of conventional repeater channels). The license shows trunking for the New Gretna site, while all others are Conventional operation so far. Here goes:

GSP Sites:

Bloomfield:
854.0625
857.0875
858.0875
858.5125

Holmdel:
857.0375
857.1125
858.0375
859.6875

Toms River:
854.6625
856.5875
857.0875
858.0875
859.0875

New Gretna:
854.3125
854.9875
856.0625
856.6875
857.0375
858.0375
859.1375

Upper (Cape May):
854.4125
854.6875
856.0375
857.0875
858.0875

NJ Turnpike Sites:

Hightstown, Moorestown, Swedesboro:

856.1875
856.5625
856.5875
856.6875
857.5625
857.5875
858.5625
859.1875
859.5875

More to follow as I investigate/observe... :)
 

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Hello,

Had a chance to talk to someone in the know with the new proposed TP/ GSP system. he tells me there about a year or so away from the new system and that the 220 system has been a complete failure on many accounts, it turns out that the authority leases that radio system, I always wonderful why they just don't jump on the State's 800 or now the new 700 system and be done with it.

Happy Holidays Everyone !!

Tony
 

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I've worked for the NJ Turnpike Authority for 28 years. Although my department doesn't use the 220 radios, I do know they've had their issues. I tried getting some information on what the future plans are, but nobody is talking. My sources all claim to know nothing.
 
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