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In January 2013, all public safety and business industrial land mobile radio systems operating in the 150-512 MHz radio bands were required to cease operating with 25 kHz efficiency technology, and begin operating using at least 12.5 kHz efficiency technology. Migration to 12.5 kHz efficiency technology (once referred to as refarming, but now referred to as narrowbanding) allowed the creation of additional channel capacity within the same radio spectrum, which made it possible to support more users.
FCC requirements are in the process of changing again, with a move towards using digital radios. These allow for 2 talk-paths within the 12.5 kHz spectrum. These requirements have not yet been set, but we suggest making the switch to digital if you have not already, as analog radios will likely become obsolete in the near future.
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