Aliant Trunked Mobile Radio System (Motorola 800MHz)
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|System Name||Aliant Trunked Mobile Radio System (Motorola 800MHz)|
|System Type||Motorola Type II SmartZone OmniLink|
|System ID||6919, 6D39|
|Connect Tone||83.72, 105.88|
|Wide Area Communications Network||?|
|Network Access Code||?|
|TRBO Color Code||?|
|County||Nova Scotia, York|
|Aliant Trunked Mobile Radio System (Motorola 800MHz) System DB Entry|
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Welcome to the Aliant Trunked Mobile Radio System (Motorola 800MHz) collaboration article, a Trunked Radio System located in Nova Scotia, York County, Provincewide.
This is where you, the user, may index any articles you develop for scanning related topics for this Trunked Radio System.
Please be aware that this system has been replaced by the Maritime Public Safety Radio Network (MPSRN) in 2014/2015. The information presented below is for historical purposes only.
The Aliant Nova Scotia Trunked Mobile Radio System (TMRS) was a 69-site Motorola SmartZone Omnilink system in the 800 MHz public safety band, consisting of two zones, operated in the province of Nova Scotia, as well as the city of Fredericton, New Brunswick. "Zone 1" reported a Motorola system ID of 6939, and roughly consisted of the entire western and central parts of the province (to an imaginary line drawn from approximately Pugwash to Sherbrooke. "Zone 2" reported an ID of 6D19, and consisted of the rest of the province, including Cape Breton Island and the three sites in the city of Fredericton. All public safety portables are believed to be permitted seamless roaming from zone to zone. Talkgroups consisted of a mixture of analog, digital P25 and encryption.
Major tenants of the TMRS included the following public safety agencies:
- Emergency Health Services (EHS), the province-wide ambulance provider
- RCMP "H" Division
- Halifax Regional Police (HRP)
- Halifax Regional Fire and Emergency Services (HRFES)
- Some town police departments
- Ground search and rescue agencies
- Emergency Management Offices (EMO)
- Red Cross
- City of Fredericton, NB police, fire and EMO
As well most volunteer fire departments have some capability of communicating on the TMRS, in addition to their own radio system.
Many non-emergency users also made extensive use of the TMRS:
- Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (TIR - previously knows as the Department of Transportation, or DOT)
- Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and Wildlife Conservation officers
- Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM), public works and transit
- Department of Justice, sheriffs and corrections centres
- Federal departments of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) and National Defence (DND), as well as the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA).
Spare network capacity is also rented by Aliant to various businesses.
- A map showing all sites can be found here
Return to: Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia Integrated Mobile Radio System, Dispatching centres in Nova Scotia
Return to: Department of Justice, Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal
Return to: Halifax County (NS) Regional Fire and Emergency, Halifax Regional Police
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