Wagoner county S.O. & other systems???

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krs

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They have been trying to migrate to a new system for about a year and just recently have changed over to whatever it is...they are keeping the info very secret, nobody seems to know any tech details, not even the several deputies I know personally! They have been told to never let anyone take a close look at their radios. Many of them say the new system sucks...their vehicles have NO installed radios at all, their only radio link is through the belt-mounted portables with the lapel mics which don't work very well when seated inside a steel car. All I can find out is it's some kind of Motorola system...I -suspect- it's a flavor of SmartZone but not at all sure. The info here in the RR database is wrong, they are not using the old VHF 154.1 at all any more...also the Whitehorn FD is still shown as using 154.37 which they quit using a year ago, it is now on 155.49. I sent in a correction on this several months ago but someone apparently changed it back afterward...did not bother to tell me why.

If anyone happens to know any freqs or other details on this I would be grateful, thanks.
 

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Wagoner county S.O. & other systems???

They have been simulcasting on the broken arrow p25 system. I heard them earlier today.


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krs

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Oh thanks...I'll have to work on getting that one! I have some new equip't on the way that hopefully will do the trick. 73
 

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Just because someone stops using an old listed freq. deson't mean it is dead. If they are still maintaining the license then the freq. still belongs to them and could be put into use for any reason. Tulsa County Sheriff's has been on the 800 system for 10+ years but their old 155.070 freq is still active daily by officers in the field.
 
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krs,
The new system is a Harris P25 digital system and it can be monitored with current digital scanners. There are 4 sites amd they are as follows...

Yonkers
854.2625
853.95
852.65
852.3375
852.0625
851.8

Wagoner
859.6125
858.0875
856.6125
855.9875
854.5375

Coweta
854.2875
853.9375
852.9125
852.625
852.325
852.05

Broken Arrow
854.0375
854.1375
854.1875
854.3125
854.3625
854.4375
854.4875
857.1125

Hope this helps. Note the Broken Arrow site runs a mixed mode of P25 and OpenSky.
 
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