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ShoresGuy

Motorola GP900

This is the standard analog radio being used by the CFD. Digital, trunked radio systems are slowly being introduced.

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Motorola GP900
ShoresGuy, Dec 6, 2005
State:
Outside the United States
Location / Street Address:
Richard-Wagner-Str. 26-32
ZIP Code:
50859
Structure Type:
Not a Cell Site
    • ShoresGuy
    • Jay2TheRescue
      I remember when I ran rescue we still had a couple of Motorola HT 440's (I think that was the model #) They were these huge 4 channel portable radioes that made a DynaTac brick phone look small and compact.
    • ShoresGuy
      Yep, that one sounds vaguely familiar. Normally, fireground commanders and the leader of the attack group carry radioes. At the moment, the frequency range for public safety agencies on analog systems are between 86 and 87 Mhz. But the move toward a digital setup is going ahead. Future radio systems will be located in a trunked digital radio system (probably TETRA) between 450-460 Mhz.
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