Radio for New Hampshire and Vermont

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Moosemedic

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Greetings,
Yes I know this is a scanner website....
My question is about portable radios, please no flames:roll:

To MONITOR the NH and VT systems would an HT1550XLS work, or would it need to be an XTS2500 / XTS5000 or similar digital.

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KB1VLA

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The vast majority of LE comms in NH are P25 digital, so you would need an XTS. However, few fire/rescue agencies use P25. Also, the vast majority of LE comms in Vermont are UHF.
 

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Thanks for getting back to me.
I have an XTS3000, with a wide open codeplug.
I would like to make use of that, but I think that's a trip to batlabs....
 

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NH = VHF
VT = UHF

"Wide Open Code Plug" or not, your radio is not going to do both bands.

Best to stay with a Digital Scanner

Thanks for getting back to me.
I have an XTS3000, with a wide open codeplug.
I would like to make use of that, but I think that's a trip to batlabs....
 
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