Pa Turnpike and Starnet

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brey1234

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the Turnpike claims that the significant investment and maintenance costs of the
system preclude the Turnpike from migrating to 700 MHz.34 Additionally, the Turnpike claims that it
cannot migrate onto the Pennsylvania State Police “StarNet” system due to the Turnpike’s unique
coverage needs.35 In sum, the Turnpike fears that “if an interference complaint is received, [the Turnpike]
would be required to discontinue the use of 159.045 MHz or 159.075 MHz, which would threaten mission
critical communications functions

http://transition.fcc.gov/Daily_Releases/Daily_Business/2014/db0905/DA-14-1280A1.pdf
 

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They are going to replace 159.045mhz to 156.195mhz and 159.075mhz to 156.225mhz
159.045mhz and 159.075 will be mobile to mobile
 

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yes however if you note they are making the input freqs listed as a FB2 which would mean they will become the output freq.
 
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