Bet they had a satellite receiver on the water tank next to E4 back in the day. Pity you can't do that with a trunked system.NPD has a person barricaded in a house around 48th NW and Robinson. No one could have predicted that
their handhelds wouldn't work very good in that RF hole in the ten mile flats. Lots of static.
Yep the DB-224 may still be there. Motorola in the beginning proposed a three site system. But that was too expensive so they made two sites the deal.Bet they had a satellite receiver on the water tank next to E4 back in the day. Pity you can't do that with a trunked system.
That's a whole "nother" site (and doesn't help in the area mentioned but never mind that).See site 8 on the same system you are talking about. Its more like simulcast, but RX is still multi site.
Unit radios as one would expect were fine but the handhelds did have a fair amount of static and dropping out of the receiver at the OU Energy center.I picked up most of it just fine. Sounded like they had more trouble talking to eachother than I did hearing them.