Missouri Statewide Wireless Interoperable Network (MOSWIN)
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Welcome to the Missouri Statewide Wireless Interoperable Network (MOSWIN) collaboration article, a Multi-State Public Trunked Radio System located in Missouri, Illinois, United States.
This is where you, the user, may index any articles you develop for scanning related topics for this Trunked Radio System.
- Some talkgroups on this system may be using P25 Phase II TDMA modulation, which can only be monitored using a P25 Phase II capable scanner or receiver.
- Click HERE for a list of scanners capable of monitoring those talkgroups.
- Above information is not valid. There are currently NO Phase 2 talkgroups. There are apparently ONLY Phase 2 capable towers.
Related Wiki Articles
- Site Information including LCNs from Pro96com
- Miscellaneous Info and Unidentified/Former Talkgroups
- MOSWIN RID Page 1
- MOSWIN Highway Patrol RIDs (UIDs)
- MOSWIN FCC Frequency Applications
- MOSWIN 700 Mhz Buildout
- MOSWIN Talkgroup Blocks
- MOSWIN Programming for Scanners
- MOSWIN Past News Updates
- Missouri Department of Public Safety (MO)
- Carter County (MO)
- MOSWIN-2020.zip - Contains a Google Earth .kml map of MOSWIN sites.
News - Much of this is old
- June, 2019 Attachment to FCC build-out notification for the 700 MHz State License. It contains a lot of information about the status of the system including a map. There will be at least 10 new 700 MHz sites built in 2019-2020.
VHF system currently under construction in SE Missouri. This system will eventually compose of 71 towers throughout Missouri, including being linked to 700/800 MHz P25 systems in St Louis, Kansas City and Independence.
Pilot Project - City of Sikeston, Local MSHP
- Phase 1 - Troop E, portion of Troop G
- Phase 2 - Troops D & G
- Phase 3 - Troops C & I, portions of Troops F, B , G (St Louis)
- Phase 4 - Troops A & F (Kansas City, Jeff City)
- Phase 5 - Troops H & B (Northern MO)
Will be connected to the following systems: RAMBIS - Regional Area Multiband Integrated System (KC)
- 10 Site Simulcast, VHF, UHF, 800 MHz
MERS - Metropolitan Emergency Radio Service (Kansas City)
- 154.1300, 153.9050
MARRS - Metropolitan Area Regional Radio System
- KC 800 MHz, Independence 700 MHz, Johnson County 700 MHz systems
MARCER - Mid America Regional Council Emergency Radio
- Hospital, Ambulance - 800 MHz Systems: Raytown, Johnson County, KC
- Will migrate to MARRS
- DPS OHS February 9, 2011 Interoperable Communications Conference
- DPS Interoperable Communications
- DPS Interoperable Communications old web page