Sounds like the guys who know about radios are on TGID 4352 (5B PCW2) for awhile this evening on stpete mot ii. Maybe the experts? Lots about interoperability between local systems and state system. Interesting at least.
There you go Ryan jump on it.If I can find a radio tech, I'll ask 'em. Or go to work for Pinellas County, if I had the qualifications for the job posting below. didn't know there was a 460 trunked here.
RADIO COMMUNICATIONS ANALYST
Nature of Work
This is analytical, technical, and administrative work assisting in the planning, coordination, installation, and maintenance of the County's radio communications systems.
An employee in this class will assist in the day to day management of the Countywide 800 and 460 MHZ trunked radio system, supporting Fire and EMS, public works, emergency communications systems in the County Emergency Operations Center and all other agencies operating on the Countywide system. Independent coordination and judgment is required in dealing with other municipalities, user departments and agencies. During times of activation of the EOC, the employee will be a principal assistant to the Manager in supervising the EOC communications center operation. This employee may direct the activities of other technical personnel under the supervision of the Radio Systems Manager. A manager or supervisor reviews incumbent work for technical
It looks like it was removed from the county site. I'm sure I don't meet the education criteria anyway since I haven't gone to college yet. I never really considered a career as a radio tech till just now, I'll have to explore other opportunities.There you go Ryan jump on it.