Thanks Walter. Good info. If I hear anything else I will post. Thanks again.
On 2/10/2013 8:16 PM, Walter Howard wrote:
> Why am I not surprised.
> Bean counters drive the system design instead of engineers.
> I've seen a number of systems that needed additional sites after buildout.
> Including the Maricopa county system.
> On Sun, Feb 10, 2013 at 12:32 PM, Tyrone Hardin
> cook_master2001@... <mailto:cook_master2001%40yahoo.com>> wrote:
> > Recording to Radio reference,there is some Comments in one of the
> Forums about this same Subject,the last thing I Read about Las Vegas
> police, was they Were Switching back to V.H.F. Because the Desert sky
> system they were using was not up Par.
> > Sent from my iPhone 5 ISO 6.1
> > On Feb 8, 2013, at 12:23, "Ken" scanned_one@...
> <mailto:scanned_one%40yahoo.com>> wrote:
> >> Ive noticed lately when i pass through las vegas or needles,ca or
> within the region im only now getting las vegas metro rural district
> outlying areas and the admin channel.nothing else.started looking into
> it,it appears after all of this time las vegas metro pd has decided to
> migrate to the (OPEN SKY SYSTEM).And to date there isnt any
> scanners,Legal ones anyway that can monitor the system. if they plan
> on leaving those 2 channels open. dont know.near as i can tell for now
> they have left the clark co. 8oomhz system alone for now which
> everyone else is using.
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> > Check out the Southwest Frequency Directory 10th Edition -
> > www.ArizonaScanner.com - The resource local experts wrote and
> professionals rely on!Yahoo! Groups Links
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