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==GENERAL INFORMATION==
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{{Infobox_TRS_P25_US_Pub_MultiCt
===SYSTEM INFORMATION===
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|OwnerLabel = Owners
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|Owner      = Bonnieville County, Fremont County, Madison County, Jefferson County, Clark County
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|County    = [[Bonneville County (ID)|Bonneville]], [[Fremont County (ID)|Fremont]], [[Madison County (ID)|Madison]], [[Jefferson County (ID)|Jefferson]] & [[Clark County (ID)|Clark]]
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|State      = [[Idaho (US)|Idaho]]
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|Band      = 700 [[MHz]]
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|SysID      = 7BC
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|WACN      = 067C0
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|NAC        = ?
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|Callsigns  = {{Callsign|WQLB308}}, {{Callsign|WQLB309}}, {{Callsign|WQLB310}}, {{Callsign|WQLB311}}, {{Callsign|WQLB312}}, {{Callsign|WQLB313}}, {{Callsign|WQLB314}}, {{Callsign|WQOX388}}, {{Callsign|WQPA983}}, {{Callsign|WQPB223}}, {{Callsign|WQXY508}}
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|state      = idaho
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|sid        = 5764
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}}
  
This Project 25 TRS is now online, and currently operational for Emergency Services serving five Eastern Idaho counties(Bonneville, Jefferson, Madison, Fremont, and Clark).
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Although this is a standalone system it allows for full interoperability with the state ICAWIN P25 TRS. It also allows for interoperability with previously existing Fire and EMS VHF radio systems in these counties.
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==System Notes==
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Although this is a standalone system it allows for full interoperability with the state [[Idaho Cooperative Agencies Wireless Interoperable Network (ICAWIN)|ICAWIN TRS]]. It also allows for interoperability with previously existing Fire and EMS VHF radio systems in these counties.
  
 
[http://forums.radioreference.com/attachments/idaho-radio-discussion-forum/20746d1235358519-state-idaho-700-mhz-iimars-idahofactsheet.pdf This PDF document] is a description of the radio system as provided by the system supplier. Included is an Idaho county map showing the counties participating in this system.  
 
[http://forums.radioreference.com/attachments/idaho-radio-discussion-forum/20746d1235358519-state-idaho-700-mhz-iimars-idahofactsheet.pdf This PDF document] is a description of the radio system as provided by the system supplier. Included is an Idaho county map showing the counties participating in this system.  
  
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Latest revision as of 15:47, 7 August 2017

Multi-County
Public Trunked Radio System


NameEastern Idaho Cooperative Agencies Wireless Interoperable Network (EICAWIN)
OwnersBonnieville County, Fremont County, Madison County, Jefferson County, Clark County
Owner TypePublic
CountiesBonneville, Fremont, Madison, Jefferson & Clark
StateIdaho
CountryUnited States

System Details
Band700 MHz
TypeProject 25 Phase I
ID7BC
WACN067C0
NAC?

FCC Callsign(s)
WQLB308, WQLB309, WQLB310, WQLB311, WQLB312, WQLB313, WQLB314, WQOX388, WQPA983, WQPB223, WQXY508

System-specific links
DatabaseFCC Site Map
ForumRR Site Map

Other Resources
Trunktracking
FAQ
Trunktracking
Glossary

Wiki FAQMediaWiki
QuickRefPDF Card

Wiki HomeCollaboration Gateway → United States → IdahoBonneville, Fremont, Madison, Jefferson & Clark Counties → Eastern Idaho Cooperative Agencies Wireless Interoperable Network (EICAWIN) TRS

Welcome to the Eastern Idaho Cooperative Agencies Wireless Interoperable Network (EICAWIN) collaboration article, a Multi-County Public Trunked Radio System located in Bonneville, Fremont, Madison, Jefferson & Clark Counties, Idaho, United States.
This is where you, the user, may index any articles you develop for scanning related topics for this Trunked Radio System.



System Notes

Although this is a standalone system it allows for full interoperability with the state ICAWIN TRS. It also allows for interoperability with previously existing Fire and EMS VHF radio systems in these counties.

This PDF document is a description of the radio system as provided by the system supplier. Included is an Idaho county map showing the counties participating in this system.




Return to Wiki page: Trunked Radio Systems (ID)