The SO here in Laramie County has upgraded their radios from the analog spectras to new trunking XTL radios (I would assume XTL 5000). The fire district here went with Bendix King digital radios. One would think that the system should come online soon or a lot of people are going to be miffed that they spent a bunch of money on radios that only get used in analog conventional mode. As far as I know the state still has a huge budget surplus, but the legislature still balked at funding the system. They did end up approving additional funding last session. I wonder how South Dakota got their system going so much faster, it is also a VHF Motorola system.logitec said:What's the deal with those guys? I personally don't think Wyoming even needs a statewide trunking system. When you're nowhere near running out of frequencies conventional works fine.
But why would you buy some site equipment and then not take it to the next step? I just drove across a big section of the state and nothing but the test pattern on the CCHs. It's been that way for a long time. Pretty weird for a state that had a Billion dollar surplus not long ago.