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Old 04-17-2017, 8:40 AM
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Default rebanding in other countries

I found this in our wiki just recently...

Foreign Trunked systems to be rebanded - The RadioReference Wiki

AFAIK, rebanding is strictly a US requirement - other countries are not mandated by their respective governments to follow these conventions. At least I've never heard of them....has anyone?

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Toronto just went to 700MHz P2 system not sure what that article is refering to. AFAIK there is no 'rebanding' occouring in Canada. Anywhere in Canada.
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As it turns out, I wrote the original article almost 10 years ago! Boy things have changed...I will have this article cleaned out and dropped, as it's really not correct..thanks Mike
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