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==GENERAL INFORMATION==
 
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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).
 
This Project 25 TRS is now online, and currently operational for Emergency Services serving five Eastern Idaho counties(Bonneville, Jefferson, Madison, Fremont, and Clark).
 
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.
 
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.
  
 
The following 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
 
The following 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

Revision as of 23:50, 26 December 2009

GENERAL INFORMATION

SYSTEM INFORMATION

This Project 25 TRS is now online, and currently operational for Emergency Services serving five Eastern Idaho counties(Bonneville, Jefferson, Madison, Fremont, and Clark). 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.

The following 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