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radioguruphil
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Boylston Police

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I was told by an officer that the Boylston Police are getting a new radio system in the near future. He believed it to be an 800 system with their own repeater. Do any members have any information on this. They are currently using Motorola Maratracs on low band that were installed by me about 25 years ago.
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How about the T-Band they don't use, except to link low band
https://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsSea ... ey=3039534

Nothing new pending
radioguruphil wrote: 16 Nov 2022 12:00 I was told by an officer that the Boylston Police are getting a new radio system in the near future. He believed it to be an 800 system with their own repeater. Do any members have any information on this. They are currently using Motorola Maratracs on low band that were installed by me about 25 years ago.
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They just licensed all that T-Band in 2021. If they are building a new system, this is probably related.
ecps92 wrote: 16 Nov 2022 14:02 How about the T-Band they don't use, except to link low band
https://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsSea ... ey=3039534

Nothing new pending
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That makes sense. Coming out of the dark ages.
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