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===Greene County EDACS===
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==Public Safety Users==
 
  
Greene County uses a 4 site standard [http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=578 EDACS] system that utilizes a mix of analog and Provoice. The system has three sites in Green County, and it is used by all public safety agencies in Greene County. The Primary Site provides countywide communications. The Xenia Site provides for better coverage within the City of Xenia, the largest municipality and the county sea. The Yellow Springs Site provides for better coverage in the northern part of the county.
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This system was formerly the Greene County public safety system, shared with and part owned by W/S Electronics. Frequencies licensed to Greene County and Xenia have been moved to the P25 site which is part of Ohio MARCS.
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This EDACS system uses 4 sites that utilize a mix of analog and Provoice. Some sites may have been removed. The system has/had three sites in Green County. The Xenia Site provides for better coverage within the City of Xenia, while the Yellow Springs Site provides for better coverage in the northern part of the county.
  
 
==Business Users==
 
==Business Users==
There is a limited part of the system used by various area businesses.The Springfield Site in Clark County is a SCAT site to provide the business users on the system with coverage for that area.  
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The Springfield Site in Clark County is a SCAT site to provide the business users on the system with coverage for that area.  
  
The system is maintained by [http://www.wselectronics.com/radio.htm WS Electronics LLC] headquartered in Xenia.
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The system is set up and maintained by [http://www.wselectronics.com/radio.htm WS Electronics LLC] headquartered in Xenia.
 
 
==Public Safety Users==
 
 
 
Greene County uses a 4 site standard [http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=578 EDACS] system that utilizes a mix of analog and Provoice. The system has three sites in Green County, and it is used by all public safety agencies in Greene County. The Primary Site provides countywide communications. The Xenia Site provides for better coverage within the City of Xenia, the largest municipality and the county sea. The Yellow Springs Site provides for better coverage in the northern part of the county.
 
 
 
==Business Users==
 
There is a limited part of the system used by various area businesses.The Springfield Site in Clark County is a SCAT site to provide the business users on the system with coverage for that area.  
 
  
The system is maintained by [http://www.wselectronics.com/radio.htm WS Electronics LLC] headquartered in Xenia.
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[[Category:Ohio Trunked Radio Systems]]
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[[Category:Ohio Businesses]]

Latest revision as of 14:38, 16 July 2018

System Name W/S Electronics EDACS
System Type EDACS Standard w/ProVoice
System ID ?
Connect Tone ?
Wide Area Communications Network ?
Network Access Code ?
TRBO Color Code ?
NXDN RAN
Band 800
County 2 Counties
State Ohio
Ownership Business

W/S Electronics EDACS RR DB Entry
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Welcome to the W/S Electronics EDACS collaboration article, a Trunked Radio System located in Ohio.
This is where you, the user, may index any articles you develop for scanning related topics for this Trunked Radio System.


Please see the EDACS Provoice article for compatible scanners and applications.


This system was formerly the Greene County public safety system, shared with and part owned by W/S Electronics. Frequencies licensed to Greene County and Xenia have been moved to the P25 site which is part of Ohio MARCS.

This EDACS system uses 4 sites that utilize a mix of analog and Provoice. Some sites may have been removed. The system has/had three sites in Green County. The Xenia Site provides for better coverage within the City of Xenia, while the Yellow Springs Site provides for better coverage in the northern part of the county.

Business Users

The Springfield Site in Clark County is a SCAT site to provide the business users on the system with coverage for that area.

The system is set up and maintained by WS Electronics LLC headquartered in Xenia.