North Carolina VIPER General Information
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VIPER stands for Voice Interoperability Plan for Emergency Responders
VIPER stands for "Voice Interoperability Plan for Emergency Responders".
VIPER is divided into 3 "Zones" (or RFSS):
Zone 1 is the piedmont area (including central NC)
Zone 2 is the western part of the state
Zone 3 is the eastern part of the state.
Here is a map created by RR member Daniel (FD5722) showing the location of the 3 Zones/RFSS:
The NC Department of Public Safety has a website devoted to VIPER at the following link:
A great blog devoted to VIPER can be found at the following link:
VIPER is managed by the North Carolina State Highway Patrol and has numerous agencies participating in this system.
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