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{{Infobox_TRS_P25P2_US_Pub_MultiSt
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|Owner    = New Jersey State, Union County
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|State    = [[New Jersey (US)|New Jersey]], [[Pennsylvania (US)|Pennsylvania]]
|colspan="2" align="center"|{{{Image| }}}
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|Band      = 700 [[MHz]]
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| <!-- using parameter "SysType"'s default value -->
| '''System Type'''
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|SysID    = 39A
| [[APCO_Project_25#Project_25_Phase_II_TDMA | Project 25 Phase II]]
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|WACN      = BEE00
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|NAC      = 390-39F
| '''System ID'''
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|Callsigns = {{Callsign|WPKU668}}, {{Callsign|WPTZ794}}, {{Callsign|WQOM626}}, {{Callsign|WQQS714}}, {{Callsign|WQUX869}}, {{Callsign|WQVJ993}}
| 39A
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|sid       = 7021
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|state    = new-jersey
| '''[[WACN]]'''
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}}  
| BEE00
 
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| '''Band'''
 
| 700 MHz
 
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| '''Ownership'''
 
| State of New Jersey
 
|-
 
| '''FCC Licenses'''
 
| [http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsSearch/license.jsp?licKey=2377077 WPTZ794], [http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?cs=WQOM626 WQOM626]
 
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| '''State'''
 
| [[New Jersey (US)|New Jersey]]
 
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|colspan="2"|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=7021 New Jersey Interoperability Communication System (NJICS) DB Entry]
 
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==Forum Discussion==
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==Discussion==
[http://forums.radioreference.com/new-jersey-radio-discussion-forum/217613-nj-public-safety-interoperability-communications-psic-700-mhz-network.html New Jersey Interoperability Communication System (NJICS) ]
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*{{Thread|new-jersey-radio-discussion-forum|217613-new-jersey-interoperability-communication-system-njics.html|New Jersey Interoperability Communications System (NJICS)}}
  
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==Related Wiki Pages==
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*[[New Jersey Interoperability Communications System (NJICS) Site Lists and Locations]]
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*[[New Jersey Interoperability Communications System (NJICS) DOT Radio Zone Channel Assignments]]
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*[[New Jersey Interoperability Communications System (NJICS) Radio IDs]]
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*[[Newark NJ Fire Radio IDs on NJICS]]
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*[[New Jersey Interoperability Communications System (NJICS) Unknown Unconfirmed Talkgroups]]
  
  
==Site Locations==
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Return to Wiki page: [[Trunked Radio Systems (NJ)]]<br/>
  
[[File:NJICS_Site_Map.png|300px|thumb|right|Map of System Sites]]
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[[Category:New Jersey Trunked Radio Systems]]
 
 
====Site-101 (West Orange Simulcast)====
 
6 site simulcast zone - Rikers Hill, Essex County Courthouse, Garrett Mtn, Jersey City, Johnson Dr, West Orange
 
 
 
====Site-102 (Hunterdon Simulcast)====
 
4 site simulcast zone - Hunterdon, Kingwood, Montana Mountain, Princeton
 
 
 
====Site-103 (Bordentown Simulcast)====
 
4 site simulcast zone - Bordentown, Millstone, Toms River,Warren Grove
 
 
 
====Site-104 (Berlin Simulcast)====
 
4 site simulcast zone - Berlin, Bridgeton, Camden City, Woodstown
 
 
 
====Site-105 (Hammonton Simulcast)====
 
3 site simulcast zone - Atlantic City, Hammonton, Woodbine
 
 
 
====Site-106 (Wildwood)====
 
 
 
====Site-107 (Union County Simulcast)====
 
3 site simulcast zone - Elizabeth, Mountainside, Plainfield
 
 
 
====Site-122 (Ramapo)====
 
 
 
====Site-123 (Telegraph Hill)====
 
 
 
====Site-124 (Netcong)====
 
 
 
====Site-125 (Meadowlands)====
 
 
 
====Site-126 (High Point)====
 
 
 
====Site-127 (Walpack)====
 
 
 
====Site-130 (Bowling Green)====
 
 
 
====Site-131 (Cranbury)====
 
 
 
====Site-132 (Washington)====
 
 
 
====Site-133 (Randolph)====
 
 
 
====Site-134 (Wall)====
 
 
 
====Site-136 (West Trenton)====
 
 
 
==DOT Radio Zone Channel Assignments==
 
 
 
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! align="center" style="color: #FFFFFF; background: #2C5184; font-size: 12px"|Zone 1
 
! align="center" style="color: #FFFFFF; background: #2C5184; font-size: 12px"|North
 
! align="center" style="color: #FFFFFF; background: #2C5184; font-size: 12px"|P25 Channels
 
! align="center" style="color: #FFFFFF; background: #2C5184; font-size: 12px"|Special Notes Or Comments
 
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|Channel 1
 
|Maintenance
 
|Maint North
 
|Mobile to Dispatch Only
 
|-
 
|Channel 2
 
|Maint Area 24
 
|Crew 24 Area
 
|
 
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|Channel 3
 
|Maint Area 25
 
|Crew 25 Area
 
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|Channel 4
 
|Maint Area 26
 
|Crew 26 Area
 
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|Channel 5
 
|Maint Area 27
 
|Crew 27 Area
 
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|Channel 6
 
|Maint Area 28
 
|Crew 28 Area
 
|
 
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|Channel 7
 
|Maint Area 270
 
|Crew 270 Area
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 8
 
|Electrical
 
|North Electric
 
|Mobile To Dispatch Only
 
|-
 
|Channel 9
 
|Electrical Newark
 
|Newark Electric
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 10
 
|Electric Totowa
 
|Totowa Electric
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 11
 
|Electric Stanhope
 
|Stanhope Electric
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 12
 
|IMRT
 
|Incident Management Response Team
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 13
 
|TOC
 
|Traffic Operations North
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 14
 
|Seas Contr Nor
 
|Seasonal Private Contractors North
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 15
 
|C&M
 
|Construction & Maintenance Engineer
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 16
 
|Statewide
 
|Statewide Channel
 
|Entire State
 
|}
 
 
 
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! align="center" style="color: #FFFFFF; background: #2C5184; font-size: 12px"|Zone 2
 
! align="center" style="color: #FFFFFF; background: #2C5184; font-size: 12px"|Central
 
! align="center" style="color: #FFFFFF; background: #2C5184; font-size: 12px"|P25 Channels
 
! align="center" style="color: #FFFFFF; background: #2C5184; font-size: 12px"|Special Notes Or Comments
 
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|Channel 1
 
|Maintenance
 
|Maint Central
 
|Mobile to Dispatch Only
 
|-
 
|Channel 2
 
|Maint Area 33
 
|Crew 33 Area
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 3
 
|Maint Area 34
 
|Crew 34 Area
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 4
 
|Maint Area 35
 
|Crew 35 Area
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 5
 
|Maint Area 36
 
|Crew 36 Area
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 6
 
|Maint Area 38
 
|Crew 38 Area
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 7
 
|Maint Area 370
 
|Crew 370 Area
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 8
 
|Electrical
 
|Central Electric
 
|Mobile To Dispatch Only
 
|-
 
|Channel 9
 
|Electrical Trenton
 
|Trenton Electric
 
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|-
 
|Channel 10
 
|Electric Wall
 
|Wall Electric
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 11
 
|Seas Contr Cen
 
|Seasonal Private Contractor Central
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 12
 
|IMRT
 
|Incident Management Response Team
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 13
 
|TOC
 
|Traffic Operations North
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 14
 
|TOC
 
|Traffic Operations South
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 15
 
|C&M
 
|Construction & Maintenance Engineer
 
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|-
 
|Channel 16
 
|Statewide
 
|Statewide Channel
 
|Entire State
 
|}
 
 
 
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! align="center" style="color: #FFFFFF; background: #2C5184; font-size: 12px"|Zone 3
 
! align="center" style="color: #FFFFFF; background: #2C5184; font-size: 12px"|South
 
! align="center" style="color: #FFFFFF; background: #2C5184; font-size: 12px"|P25 Channels
 
! align="center" style="color: #FFFFFF; background: #2C5184; font-size: 12px"|Special Notes Or Comments
 
|-
 
|Channel 1
 
|Maintenance
 
|Maint South
 
|Mobile to Dispatch Only
 
|-
 
|Channel 2
 
|Maint Area 43
 
|Crew 43 Area
 
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|-
 
|Channel 3
 
|Maint Area 44
 
|Crew 44 Area
 
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|Channel 4
 
|Maint Area 45
 
|Crew 45 Area
 
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|Channel 5
 
|Maint Area 46
 
|Crew 46 Area
 
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|Channel 6
 
|Maint Area 47
 
|Crew 47 Area
 
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|-
 
|Channel 7
 
|Maint Area 470
 
|Crew 470 Area
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 8
 
|Electrical
 
|South Electric
 
|Mobile To Dispatch Only
 
|-
 
|Channel 9
 
|Electrical CH
 
|Cherry Hill Electric
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 10
 
|Electric Hamm
 
|Hammonton Electric
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 11
 
|Electric Ptrsbrg
 
|Petersburg Electric
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 12
 
|IMRT
 
|Incident Management Response Team
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 13
 
|Seas Contr So
 
|Seasonal Private Contractors South
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 14
 
|TOC
 
|Traffic Operations South
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 15
 
|C&M
 
|Construction & Maintenance Engineer
 
|
 
|-
 
|Channel 16
 
|Statewide
 
|Statewide Channel
 
|Entire State
 
|}
 
 
 
 
 
[[File:NJDOTComparisons.jpg|200px|thumb|right|NJDOT Safety Service Patrol Map]]
 
 
 
==Radio IDs==
 
 
 
 
 
http://www.warrenskywarn.org/scanner/RadioIDs.xlsx
 
 
 
'''Radio ID Ranges'''
 
*1-7999  NJ State Dispatch Consoles (Includes NJSP, DOT, DEP
 
*1000-10700 NJSP Portables (Other Portables exist outside this range as well)
 
*43500-48599 NJ DOT Radios
 
*714xxx Newark Fire Dept.
 
*120xxxx Middlesex County
 
*160xxxx Passaic County
 
*180xxxx Somerset County
 
Note: These are general ranges.  ID's above 65000 are specific to the NJICS System and at this time have a specific pattern.  Many ID's from the legacy 800 System have smaller patterns, and some don't have any pattern at all.  The Radio ID spreadsheet is generally updated several times a week to reflect changes.
 
 
 
==Unidentified/Unconfirmed Talkgroups==
 
 
 
The following talkgroups are '''not listed''' in the database. If you can confirm any of them please '''[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/submit/?sid=7021 submit]''' the information and remove them from this list.
 
 
 
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! align="center" style="color: #FFFFFF; background: #2C5184; font-size: 12px"|TGID'S
 
! align="center" style="color: #FFFFFF; background: #2C5184; font-size: 12px"| Monitoring Notes
 
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|1||
 
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|3||
 
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|5||
 
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|10||
 
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|11||
 
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|1051||
 
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|1055||Somerset County Recycling/Solid Waste? (TDMA)
 
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|1683||NJSP B2-15 2-COMM Parkway North
 
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|1685||NJSP A1-15 1-COMM Parkway South
 
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|1687||NJSP A1-14 2-COMM Turnpike South
 
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|1689||NJSP B2-14 3-COMM Turnpike North
 
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|1701||DOC Special Operations Group - South
 
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|1703||DOC Parole 2 - Statewide Delta (D)
 
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|1705||DOC Transport Operations - Statewide Echo (E)
 
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|1707||DOC Statewide Operations/Special Operations Group Units (Foxtrot) (F)
 
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|1747||
 
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|1751||Atlantic City International Airport Patrol Units 1
 
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|1769||Hospital Emergency Radio Network Statewide Alerting
 
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|1771||Hospital Emergency Radio Network Statewide Ops and County Health Departments
 
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|1773||Hospital Emergency Radio Network Tactical 1 South
 
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|1775||Hospital Emergency Radio Network Tactical 2 South
 
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|1777||Hospital Emergency Radio Network Tactical 1 North
 
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|1779||Hospital Emergency Radio Network Tactical 2 North
 
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|1781||Hospital Emergency Radio Network Tactical 1 Central
 
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|1783||Hospital Emergency Radio Network Tactical 2 Central
 
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|1785||
 
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|1787||Attorney General Task Force
 
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|1791||Attorney General Calling
 
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|1793||New Jersey National Guard Channel 4
 
|-
 
|1795||New Jersey National Guard Channel 5
 
|-
 
|1797||New Jersey National Guard
 
|-
 
|1805||New Jersey National Guard Channel 6
 
|-
 
|1807||New Jersey National Guard Channel 7
 
|-
 
|1809||New Jersey National Guard
 
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|1811||New Jersey National Guard Channel 9
 
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|1813||New Jersey National Guard Channel 8 Air Operations
 
|-
 
|1815||Metro South – Camden Task Force Ch. 1
 
|-
 
|1817||Metro South – Camden Task Force Ch. 2
 
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|1819||Metro South – Camden Task Force Ch. 3
 
|-
 
|1821||Metro South – Camden Task Force Ch. 4
 
|-
 
|1823||Metro South – Camden Group Call
 
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|1825||Metro South – Camden Patch to Patrol
 
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|1827||Metro South – Camden Patch to Vice
 
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|1839||
 
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|1841||
 
|-
 
|1843||
 
|-
 
|1845||
 
|-
 
|1847||
 
|-
 
|1849||
 
|-
 
|1851||
 
|-
 
|2197||Executive Protection Unit
 
|-
 
|2201||A1-13 NJSP/PASP Bridge Details
 
|-
 
|2207||Atlantic City International Airport Patrol Units 2
 
|-
 
|2209||Atlantic City International Airport Fire Operations
 
|-
 
|2213||A1-20 Intelligence Bureau - South
 
|-
 
|2249||
 
|-
 
|2253||B2-13 NJSP/PASP Bridge Detail
 
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|2255||
 
|-
 
|2259||
 
|-
 
|2261||
 
|-
 
|2263||
 
|-
 
|2265||B2-20 Intelligence Bureau - North
 
|-
 
|2275||HSP-2 North Police
 
|-
 
|2277||
 
|-
 
|2301||C3-13 NJSP/PASP Bridge Detail
 
|-
 
|2305||
 
|-
 
|2307||
 
|-
 
|2309||
 
|-
 
|2311||
 
|-
 
|2313||
 
|-
 
|2315||
 
|-
 
|2317||
 
|-
 
|2319||
 
|-
 
|2321||
 
|-
 
|2563||BPU Units – Board of Public Utilities
 
|-
 
|2565||
 
|-
 
|2567||Department of Children and Familes
 
|-
 
|2569||Patched to the District 1 Primary channel for a few seconds
 
|-
 
|2571||DRJTBC District 1 Spec Ops
 
|-
 
|2573||DRJTBC District 1 Ops
 
|-
 
|2575||DRJTBC District 2 Main
 
|-
 
|2577||DRJTBC District 2 Spec Ops
 
|-
 
|2579||DRJTBC District 2 Ops
 
|-
 
|2581||DRJTBC District 3 Main
 
|-
 
|2583||DRJTBC District 3 Spec Ops
 
|-
 
|2585||DRJTBC District 3 Ops
 
|-
 
|2587||DRJTBC Common Ops
 
|-
 
|2591||DRJTBC Fleetwide
 
|-
 
|2593||
 
|-
 
|2595||
 
|-
 
|2597||Fish & Wild Life Channel 12 Statewide
 
|-
 
|2599||
 
|-
 
|2601||
 
|-
 
|2603||Homeland Security Details
 
|-
 
|2605||Fish & Wild Life Channel 13 North Operations
 
|-
 
|2607||Fish & Wild Life Channel 14 Central Operations
 
|-
 
|2609||Fish & Wild Life Channel 15 South Operations
 
|-
 
|2611||Fish & Wild Life Channel 16 Marine Operations
 
|-
 
|2613||
 
|-
 
|2615||
 
|-
 
|2617||
 
|-
 
|2619||
 
|-
 
|2621||
 
|-
 
|2623||
 
|-
 
|2625||
 
|-
 
|2627||
 
|-
 
|2629||
 
|-
 
|2631||
 
|-
 
|2633||
 
|-
 
|2635||
 
|-
 
|2637||
 
|-
 
|2639||
 
|-
 
|2641||
 
|-
 
|2643||
 
|-
 
|3137||
 
|-
 
|3139||
 
|-
 
|3141||
 
|-
 
|3143||
 
|-
 
|3145||
 
|-
 
|3147||
 
|-
 
|3149||
 
|-
 
|3151||
 
|-
 
|3153||
 
|-
 
|3155||
 
|-
 
|3157||
 
|-
 
|3159||
 
|-
 
|3161||
 
|-
 
|3163||
 
|-
 
|3165||
 
|-
 
|3167||
 
|-
 
|3169||
 
|-
 
|3305||
 
|-
 
|3307||
 
|-
 
|3329||NJSP C3-14 1-COMM Turnpike Central
 
|-
 
|3331||NJSP C3-15 3-COMM Parkway Central
 
|-
 
|3351||HSP-3 Central Police
 
|-
 
|3353||
 
|-
 
|3355||
 
|-
 
|3357||
 
|-
 
|3359||
 
|-
 
|3361||DOC Operations Golf (G)
 
|-
 
|3363||DOC Operations Hotel (H)
 
|-
 
|3365||
 
|-
 
|3367||
 
|-
 
|3369||
 
|-
 
|3371||
 
|-
 
|3373||
 
|-
 
|3375||
 
|-
 
|3377||
 
|-
 
|3379||DOC Central Transport – North (1A)
 
|-
 
|3381||DOC Parole 1 – North (1B)
 
|-
 
|3383||DOC Special Operations Group - North (1C)
 
|-
 
|3385||
 
|-
 
|3387||
 
|-
 
|3389||
 
|-
 
|3391||
 
|-
 
|3393||
 
|-
 
|3395||
 
|-
 
|3397||
 
|-
 
|3399||DOC Central Transport – Central (2A)
 
|-
 
|3401||DOC Parole 1 – Central (2B)
 
|-
 
|3403||DOC Special Operations Group - Central (2C)
 
|-
 
|3405||
 
|-
 
|3407||
 
|-
 
|3409||
 
|-
 
|3411||
 
|-
 
|3413||
 
|-
 
|3415||
 
|-
 
|3417||
 
|-
 
|3419||
 
|-
 
|3421||
 
|-
 
|3423||
 
|-
 
|3425||
 
|-
 
|3427||
 
|-
 
|3429||Solid Hazardous Waste Unit
 
|-
 
|3431||
 
|-
 
|3433||
 
|-
 
|3611||NJ State Medical Examiner
 
|-
 
|3615||Marine & Coast Guard Coordination (NY Harbor)
 
|-
 
|3619||Gaming Enforcement/Casino Operability
 
|-
 
|3621||2B GUARD (EOC-NET)
 
|-
 
|3637||DMV Field Units & Motor Vehicle Agencies
 
|-
 
|3639||DOT “95” Channel
 
|-
 
|3659||
 
|-
 
|3661||State Fire Coordinators to Mercer County Central
 
|-
 
|3663||State Fire Coordinator Operations
 
|-
 
|3673||
 
|-
 
|3675||
 
|-
 
|3677||
 
|-
 
|3679||
 
|-
 
|3681||
 
|-
 
|3683||
 
|-
 
|3685||
 
|-
 
|3687||
 
|-
 
|3689||
 
|-
 
|3691||
 
|-
 
|3725||
 
|-
 
|4097||TDMA Usage,Park Police?
 
|-
 
|4099||
 
|-
 
|4101||
 
|-
 
|4103||
 
|-
 
|4105||
 
|-
 
|4107||
 
|-
 
|4109||
 
|-
 
|4111||
 
|-
 
|4113||
 
|-
 
|4117||
 
|-
 
|4121||
 
|-
 
|4123||
 
|-
 
|4125||
 
|-
 
|4127||
 
|-
 
|4129||
 
|-
 
|4135|| 3/8/12 Two Radios doing test counts. One(48248) was previously logged on the Fairfield PD testing channel(TG 4139) REMU Radio(43312) dropped in as well. Radio IDs: 43312, 48248, 48249.
 
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|4137||Unit "21" contacting "Headquarters" doing radio checks in different areas "1","19."  Talking about the State radio guys listening and confirming some areas with coverage problems in "the County."  Radio IDs in the 4234X range.
 
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|4139|| Fairfield units (PD?) 02/24/12 testing on 46 and Clinton, Fairfield Ave.  Confirmed Fairfield when Bellville came on this channel to do a test with Fairfield calling this "Channel 5."  Radio IDs: 42384, 42385, 42387, 43248.
 
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|4143||
 
4-11-13 - FDMA Usage, Sounded like REMU??
 
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Fire Department (Elizabeth? talked about seeing if a site could be added in Elizabeth) units doing testing in different areas and buildings.  References to the Fire House, Dispatch putting out a signal 407 when they wanted to try to have them record a signal report.  Calling each other Chief, Deputy, Dispatch, Signal 11 (Working Fire), etc. Having reception issues indoors at many locations. Referred to as Test Talkgroup 7 with portable range testing from Trenton to Brooklyn on 10/2/12. Radio IDs in the 4332x range.
 
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|4149|| Key up at 11:00 2/22/2012, short conversation late that night.  Talked about testing and how one of the participants was in downtown Berkeley Heights.  Back on 2/23, talking about hitting the West Orange site.  2/28 mentioned being near the Warren border, so more weight to this being Berkeley Heights testing. Radio IDs: 43333,43334,43335
 
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|4151|| Belleville Testing on "Channel 11" on 2/25/2012, Unit "10" ID was heard. Radio IDs: 43327, 43328, 43332.  Unit 10 might be a REMU radio.  Unit from this TG switched up to "Channel 5" the Fairfield TG 4139 and tested with them as well.  Also conversation confirmed that Newark FD had been testing this week.  Sounded like a FD unit talking now, talking about giving 2 radios to the PD for the desk and unit in the south "in the valley" to test this evening/overnight.<br/>3/1/12 definite FD units testing, Battalion 3 and Engine 5 testing the radios with a fire alarm and PASS alarm sounding in the background.<br/><br/>Interestingly they seem to be using it more to test P25 and digital than testing with the intent of moving onto this system.
 
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|4153||
 
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|4155||
 
|-
 
|4157||
 
|-
 
|4159|| TG first logged on 8/17/12. Testing on 8/20,8/21, two radios 66011,66012 testing various buildings and street locations in Montclair.
 
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|4161|| Conversation at 15:12 on 02/29/12 between a radio(43312) that's previously appeared on REMU TGs and a radio(43092) first logged on this TG on 02/14. Radio IDs: 43092, 43095, 43312.  The REMU radio then moved over to 4145 and keyed up there. Testing between two radios (66005,66006) on 4/9/13 starting at 12:34 PM and ending at 1:03 PM.
 
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|4163||
 
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|4165||
 
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|4167||
 
|-
 
|4213||
 
|-
 
|4215||
 
|-
 
|4444||
 
|}
 
 
 
 
 
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Return to [http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=7021 New Jersey Interoperability Communication System (NJICS)]
 
[[Category:New Jersey]]
 
[[Category:New Jersey RID/UIDs]]
 
[[Category:New Jersey Trunking Information]]
 
 
[[Category:Statewide Public Safety Systems]]
 
[[Category:Statewide Public Safety Systems]]
[[Category:New Jersey Unknown Talkgroups]]
 
[[Category:New Jersey Trunked Radio Systems]]
 

Latest revision as of 18:06, 28 June 2020

Multi-State
Public Trunked Radio System


NameNew Jersey Interoperability Communications System (NJICS)
OwnerNew Jersey State, Union County
Owner TypePublic
StatesNew Jersey, Pennsylvania
CountryUnited States

System Details
Band700 MHz
TypeProject 25 Phase II
ID39A
WACNBEE00
NAC390-39F

FCC Callsign(s)
WPKU668, WPTZ794, WQOM626, WQQS714, WQUX869, WQVJ993

System-specific links
DatabaseFCC Site Map
ForumRR Site Map

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Welcome to the New Jersey Interoperability Communications System (NJICS) collaboration article, a Multi-State Public Trunked Radio System located in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, United States.
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  • 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.
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