Common in the rest of the world! Motorola bullied them out of the states
> Common? Not common here or anywhere I have traveled the past couple years.
> It's more common overseas though. Here in Indiana we have a total of two
> businesses that use it, and I don't know of any public safety systems in the
> States who use it so it can't be too common.
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> From: "Wayne" < turbine_prop@ yahoo.com. au >
> To: < BCD396XT@yahoogroup s.com >
> Sent: Wednesday, January 21, 2009 4:27 PM
> Subject: [BCD396XT] MPT 1327 / 1343
>> How's about Uniden make the 396XT to be the first scanner on the market
>> that is capable of receiving and following the Motorola MPT 1327 / 1343
>> trunking network.
>> The MPT network seems to be the only trunked system that is not covered by
>> today's scanners and yet it is so widley used it's as common as it's been
>> around since 1988.
>> Surley it's not hard for a new scanner to do this it should be a walk in
>> the park considering all the other things scanners can do today including
>> all the other trunking network they are capable of monitoring and
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