no and no one will, railroad band stays same as is with only change being the Narrow banding 12.5 kHz spacing.
No one is gone order the railroads to change over 16 000 radio's to digital.
kitn1mcc wrote:its not gonna happen.Yeah, and that's what they said about the recently past narrow-banding from 25 to 12.5KHz splits.
CarterB wrote:kitn1mcc wrote:its not gonna happen.Yeah, and that's what they said about the recently past narrow-banding from 25 to 12.5KHz splits.
I wouldn't bet on it not happening, too much pressure from needed frequencies, particularly in
highly populated areas. I am a licensed radio dealer, in weekly contact with the FCC, what's your source of info?
kitn1mcc wrote:only 2 MFG make NXDN radios That's Icom (garbage) and Kenwood.As a long time radio dealer, familiar with and selling Motorola, I-Com and Kenwood, I beg to differ.
uprr74 wrote:has any one gone full digitlOver on radioreference.com there was a post maybe about 4 to 5 months ago that Metro North Railroad was testing ICOM IDAS for its Communications and Signals (C&S) department and maybe some other maintenance departments but has no intentions of using IDAS for road Communications. Going to try to see if I can find the posts.