Coastal Bend Regional Interoperability Network
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|System Name||Coastal Bend Regional Interoperability Network|
|System Type||Project 25 Phase I|
|Wide Area Communications Network||46FEA|
|Network Access Code||?|
|TRBO Color Code||?|
|Coastal Bend Regional Interoperability Network RR DB Entry|
|Coastal Bend Regional Interoperability Network Site Map from the RRDB|
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Welcome to the Coastal Bend Regional Interoperability Network collaboration article, a Trunked Radio System located in Texas.
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This is the Coastal Bend Regional Interoperability Network, which is administered by the Coastal Bend Council of Governments. Harris Radio, Inc. won the contract for this system, and it will fully support Phase II TDMA modulation in the future. This Project 25 TRS, will eventually replace the older legacy radio systems that are currently in place. When finished in late 2014, this system will not only cover the following counties, but all public safety first responders on this system will be able to communicate on other neighboring Project 25 trunking systems:
- Jim Wells
- Live Oak
- San Patricio
This system is currently in the construction and setup process and will replace the 800 MHz system.
“The first phase is to purchase core components to replace current regional 800 Mhz public safety radio system which will reach end of life in 2020. The new equipment will provide improved communication capabilities and resources for public safety responders. This includes replacement of basic radio system infrastructure and upgrades to radio tower sites. There are no replacement radios included in this proposal as a phased migration allows users to replace radios not compatible with P25.” (From the City’s info PDF)
This system will is online and operational, it is unknown if a "Shoreline" site will be added later on in the future. However, this system allows users to communicate to neighboring agencies if needed.