NJSP Analog Trunked systems

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I don't hear any active control channels on North Simulcast , Central, or South Simulcast anymore for a while now. I do hear the State PD on the NJ Interop system. I hear the West Orange and Union sites from my Ct. location. Are the Motorola Analog systems still active or did they switch completely to the P25?


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The SmartZone system is still extremely active and is the primary system for the NJSP. 859.9625 is the active North cell control channel.
 

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OK I do hear a CC on 859.9625 but its not for NJSP. Strange, I used to hear the North site quite often and even the Central site. Now I hear the P25 system quite often but nothing from the analog systems. I have tried it on my Whistler TRX-1 and 1080 also, which I know I have had programmed correctly, because I used to listen to them using those radios and I have not changed the programming. I guess I'll have to wait for a band opening to see if I hear them.
 

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You're probably getting wiped out by Bristol.

860.9625 used to be the most active CC on the NJSP SZ system, but for at least the past months or year, it has been 859.9625
 

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You're probably getting wiped out by Bristol.

860.9625 used to be the most active CC on the NJSP SZ system, but for at least the past months or year, it has been 859.9625
Yes I remember that. Even the Central system used the 860. I guess that is one of the reasons why I'm not hearing them now. I'm getting that other CC on 859.9625. Its been a few years since I have been to Atlantic City. I used to monitor all the way down the GSP.
 

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Not really a state issue. Those 800 MHz frequencies are first coordinated by the Regional Planning Committees (they handle 700 and 800 MHz), then by a frequency coordinator, and finally by the FCC. In this case, Region 19 would've had to submit Bristol's applications to Region 8 for approval. If there were any concerns about 859.9625 causing issue for the NJSP North simulcast, they should've been discovered and addressed early on in the process.
 
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