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hkrharry

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Anyone down in Wellington know what the county is up to with a 5 channel UHF trunked radio license?

They just got issued a new 5 channel TRS license.

I have it staged if we can find out what kind of flavor it is(ie P25 LTR ect).

From the license it appears to be analog.

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HH
 

n0lqt

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Yeah, what the heck are they doing?

It looks like the EMS department just started licensing every other channel allocation in the narrowbanded spacing starting at 463.0000 with a standard +5 MHz input offset...

463.00000 *
463.02500 *
463.05000 *
463.07500 *
463.10000 *
463.12500 *
463.15000 *
463.17500 *
468.00000 *
468.02500 *
468.05000 *
468.07500 *
468.10000 *
468.12500 *
468.15000 *
468.15000 *
468.17500 *

Surely nobody would deliberately set up a trunked system that way, would they? That's just begging for intermod problems. Although, after looking at their current system, many of the new freqs are exactly 10MHz above their current frequencies....
 
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dgruver911

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Anyone down in Wellington know what the county is up to with a 5 channel UHF trunked radio license?

They just got issued a new 5 channel TRS license.

I have it staged if we can find out what kind of flavor it is(ie P25 LTR ect).

From the license it appears to be analog.

Thanks In Advance
HH

They've been talking about possibly going to UHF trunking for some time. Maybe they are finally working that direction.
 
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