Troop C Rebanding Is Coming Soon...1 Month

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I found out a few minutes ago that the Entire Troop C AWIN Area Will Be Rebanded By April 27th, The Air Date On The Rebanded Frequency Is April 27th. Does anybody have the new Rebanded Frequencies.?
This Covers, Burdette, Lake City, Jonesboro, Hopewell, And Pocahontas Towers.
 
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Rebanding of Troop C.

I found out a few minutes ago that the Entire Troop C AWIN Area Will Be Rebanded By April 27th, The Air Date On The Rebanded Frequency Is April 27th. Does anybody have the new Rebanded Frequencies.?
This Covers, Burdette, Lake City, Jonesboro, Hopewell, And Pocahontas Towers.
Remember, the rebanding only affects the AWIN frequencies above 866 Mhz. Subtract 15 from the current 866 to 869 parts of the frequencies, and you'll get the correct new frequencies in the 851 to 854 Mhz range. Let's take the Pocahontas Tower as a Troop C example. That tower's frequencies are 860.43750, 866.08750c, 868.32500, 868.57500, & 868.9500. The rebanding requires those frequencies above 866 Mhz to drop by 15 Mhz, so, 860.4375 should stay the same. The other Pocahontas frequencies will change to 851.08750, 853.32500, 853.57500, & 853.9500 Mhz. Also, remember, the 856-859 Mhz freqs of AWIN remain the same and are unchanged by the rebanding. That means at Jonesboro, only the 866.6500 and 868.6750 freqs will change to 851.6500 and 853.6750. So, reprogram the new 851-854 Mhz freqs instead of the current 866-869 Mhz freqs in as the towers change, and you'll be fine.
 
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Ok I did not know that, that makes it easier. It's supposed to happen here April 26th they reprogrammed our county awin radios last Friday to work with it, I had no idea that it was coming that soon till our OEM director informed me Friday night. I had no clue what the new frequencies would be, so anything 866 and above will move down 15 numbers. That shouldn't be too hard but I didn't know that so thanks for informing me of that process, I appreciate it.
 
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