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RomeRon

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Rebanding, after the rebanding due date, what will the frequencies for P25 public safety be? I found where I had written down (don't know where I found what I had wrote down) that after rebanding public safety would be in the 851-845 mhz, is that right.
I noticed that Cobb county's CC frequencies are 856.21250a and 857.21250c if they haven't rebaned yet what will be their CC when they do reband?
One more question, what will happen if I set the Cobb county trunking tables in WIN500 to 800 MHz Rebanded.

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From the RR Wiki - Rebanding - The RadioReference Wiki

After rebanding, Public Safety and Critical Infrastructure will have exclusive use of 851-854 MHz. ESMR systems (primarily Nextel) will have exclusive use of 862-869 MHz range, and public safety, business/industrial users, and low-power SMR's will share the 854-862 MHz spectrum. 860-861 MHz is designated as an "Expansion Band", and 861-862 MHz is designated as a "Guard Band".
 

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From the RR Wiki - Rebanding - The RadioReference Wiki

After rebanding, Public Safety and Critical Infrastructure will have exclusive use of 851-854 MHz. ESMR systems (primarily Nextel) will have exclusive use of 862-869 MHz range, and public safety, business/industrial users, and low-power SMR's will share the 854-862 MHz spectrum. 860-861 MHz is designated as an "Expansion Band", and 861-862 MHz is designated as a "Guard Band".
Thanks kg4ojj for the info and link.
I was just going through each trunking table in WIN500 to see what the difference was and I saw it changed the Step, from 25.000 to 6.250 when I picked P25 800 MHz plan, which one should it be?
 
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6.25 kHz step setting works for me. I travel across Georgia and Florida, listening to mixed mode and pure P25 systems with that setting.

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