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2014-09-06 18:15:30

Not sure if this is a new site, or part of the current Cassville site in Barry County

September 3, 2014 Federal Communications Commission Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau 1270 Fairfield Road, Gettysburg, PA 17325-7245 Dear Sirs The Missouri Department of Public Safety is working with the US Department of Justice and the US Department of Interior on implementing the Missouri Statewide Interoperability Network (MOSWIN) utilizing federal spectrum assigned to these agencies coordinated by the National Telecommunications Information Administration (NTIA) within the US Department of Commerce. The FCC form 601 submitted with this attachment from the MOSWIN Roaring River site, utilize the following Department of Interior and Department of Justice assigned channels: Base Output 171.650 MHz Reference Federal Authorization Serial Number is J145014 at Roaring River, Coord w/NTIA 172.6125 MHz Reference Federal Authorization Serial Number is J145016 at Roaring River, Coord w/NTIA 173.775 MHz Reference Federal Authorization Serial Number is J145018 at Roaring River, Coord w/NTIA Base Input 164.525 MHz Reference Federal Authorization Serial Number is J145015 at Roaring River, Coord w/NTIA 164.425 MHz Reference Federal Authorization Serial Number is J145017 at Roaring River, Coord w/NTIA 163.650 MHz Reference Federal Authorization Serial Number is J145019 at Roaring River, Coord w/NTIA These channels are utilized within the parameters provided on the FCC 601 application. Also attached to this application is the Memorandum of Understanding for sharing radio spectrum between the Missouri Department of Public Safety and the US Department of Justice. Please do not hesitate to contact me should you have any questions regarding this coordination. Regards, Stephen Devine, Assistant Director Missouri Statewide Interoperability Network Missouri Department of Public Safety

Add 1 - Fixed Roaring River State Park Cassville, MO BARRY County 36-34-45.0 N, 093-50-16.0 W Add 2 - Mobile 40.0 km radius around a fixed location 1 Add 3 - 6.1 meter control station MO

Action Performed Frequency Loc# Ant# Freq ID Station Class Units Paging Rec. Output Power Maximum ERP Add 000172.61250000 1 1 1 FB8 1 50.000 213.500 Add 000171.65000000 1 1 2 FB8 1 50.000 213.500 Add 000173.77500000 1 1 3 FB8 1 50.000 213.500 Add 000164.42500000 2 1 1 MO8 5000 50.000 45.000 Add 000164.52500000 2 1 2 MO8 5000 50.000 45.000 Add 000163.65000000 2 1 3 MO8 5000 50.000 45.000 Add 000164.42500000 3 1 1 FX1 50 50.000 45.000 Add 000164.52500000 3 1 2 FX1 50 50.000 45.000 Add 000163.65000000 3 1 3 FX1 50 50.000 45.000

2014-07-02 19:24:24

New P25 ISSI Features Set to Boost Demand

http://mccmag.com/onlyonline.cfm?OnlyOnlineID=466

The state of Missouri plans to deploy Motorola’s ISSI 8000 system interface later this year to connect its statewide P25 VHF/700 MHz network to the Kansas City (Missouri) Police Department 800 MHz system, which is part of the Metropolitan Area Regional Radio System (MARRS). Motorola supplied both networks, and the upgrade requires both jurisdictions to have Motorola’s system 7.13 or a later version.

In July, the state of Missouri and the Kansas City Police Department are upgrading their P25 systems to 7.14 software. The ISSI packet gateway will be added to each system’s master site.

“ISSI.1 was an interim solution,” said Steve Devine, assistant director for the Missouri Statewide Interoperability Network (MOSWIN). “It wasn’t anyone’s perfect solution. It allowed baseband audio to be passed between systems, and roaming between systems required a knob change; there was no seamless transition between the systems. But it provided limited intersystem interoperability when implemented. It wasn’t a tool that made intersystem connections and roaming between systems easy from a system administration perspective but it did provide interoperability. Then the goal was to come up with a better ISSI, and that’s what we’re seeing in ISSI 8000.”

Devine said the updated ISSI is much easier to manage than the original product. A system administrator can pre-determine the parameters — unit IDs, talk groups, talk paths and sites — for one network’s users to have access to the other network. The update also includes an option to allow seamless roaming for users, removing the need for users to turn a knob on their radios to move to a neighboring radio system.

2012-12-24 14:37:52

Reynolds County Sheriff Department is using talkgroup 6503. I am unable to determine if it is repeated on their analog channels.

RadioIds show the 112000 range. 112000 Reynolds County Dispatcher 112001+ deputies

P.S. there seems to be alot of communication issues, they have to repeat communications often.

2012-04-12 11:06:07

http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/ApplicationSearch/applFreqSum.jsp?applID=6533663

Public Safety Pool, Trunked - 0005160243 - MISSOURI, STATE OF (DO NOT DELETE APPLICATION; CALL K.DESOTO FOR DETAILS 202.719.7235)

Add 000152.52500000-000152.55500000 1 1 1 FB8 1 100.000 156.000 Add 000157.78500000-000157.81500000 2 1 1 MO8 5000 50.000 45.000 Add 000157.78500000-000157.81500000 3 1 1 FX1 50 50.000 45.000

2011-06-24 12:44:38

3/11 - WQNX365 -- Sikeston (Scott County) http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/ApplicationSearch/applLocSum.jsp?applID=6069721

159.21 R 153.965 input, 159.015 R 153.8075 input, 155.715 R 154.92 input


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