Riverside SO Simulcast Conventional channels

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kearthfan101

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Now that Riverside County sheriffs dept is making the transition from their EDACS system to PSEC (I'm not following the progress, I just am aware of the occurrence), can anyone in that area confirm for me if the Jurupa and Cabazon 800 mhz conventional simulcast channels are in use, and if they will continue to exist even with the system change. Thanks again, much appreciated!

P.S. I wasn't sure if this was covered in another thread anywhere else, please don't zap me if it is. :)
 

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No need for them anymore. Too far to get the cabazon one from here but I would assume its off too

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The 800 conventional simulcast channels were an interim solution to critical coverage problems, only needed until PSEC went on line.
 
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