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Montana Statewide Interoperable Public Safety Radio System


System Name Montana Statewide Interoperable Public Safety Radio System
System Type Project 25 Phase I
System ID BEE00-16E
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Band VHF
County Various
State Montana
Ownership Public

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Welcome to the Montana Statewide Interoperable Public Safety Radio System collaboration article, a Trunked Radio System located in Montana.
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System Notes

This system is currently going on line in Lewis and Clark County as a Test Bed for what will eventually be the Montana Statewide APCO 25 Trunked System. Most local, county, and state law enforcement agencies will be operating on this system. The Lewis and Clark County system will include Lewis and Clark County Sheriff, Helena Police Department, East Helena Police Department, and various Montana Highway Patrol units. It will eventually be expanded to cover the entire state.
The Lewis and Clark County System consists of 5 tower sites with 3 or more VHF channels in use at each.

Site 6 may not currently be in the trunked system but is scheduled to be.

Stonewall will have a 1 channel P-25 Analog/Conventional Repeater. It will be taled to from the Belmont site that will have a remote base on this channel connected to it's 3 channel trunk system.
Sunset will be a 3 channel trunked P-25

Augusta will be a 1 channel P-25 analog/conventional repeater. It will be talked to from a remote base located on Sunset and tied into the sunset trunked system/microwave.

Hedges will also be a stand alone repeater with a remote base from Hogback talking to it.

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