Plus Terrell county's sheriff just went to jail. Lots of fun in south Georgia. Some counties buy the radios to be narrowband compliant but like the "privacy" digital gives them. One county was priced higher for conventional narrowband radios than the MotoTRBO radios, making the choice clear in their minds.
Just sad for the scanning community, and interoperability sometimes suffers if the county doesn't know what it is doing. I can say that some of these counties seem to have much bigger problems than their radio systems. One county I talked to had their fire administrator complain that he had to shut down a fire station and dismiss the firefighters to pay for their new P25 trunking system, making them depend more on volunteers than they previously had to.
John, I'm not going to get into a flame war with you. I know you believe in MotoTRBO as evident in your multiple posts everywhere on RR. It is just my personal opinion to comment on what I perceive a problem here in GA and elsewhere. Just as it is your right to post your opinion.Could be....but then again, do you have proof to back up your 'claim'? John Rayfield, Jr. CETma