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Virgin Island Public Safety is likely abandoning their old conventional frequencies in favor of a multi-site VHF LTR system.
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Project25.org cites St. Croix Coast Guard and USVI Army National Guard as using P25 Phase I VHF conventional frequencies.
  
 
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==Related Wiki Pages==
 
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*[[Businesses St. Thomas County (VI)]]
 
*[[Businesses St. Thomas County (VI)]]
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Latest revision as of 20:28, 17 February 2019

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Virgin Island Public Safety is likely abandoning their old conventional frequencies in favor of a multi-site VHF LTR system.

Project25.org cites St. Croix Coast Guard and USVI Army National Guard as using P25 Phase I VHF conventional frequencies.

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