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sounds like a crappy situation
the reason the blame is put on scott brooks as follows: Scott brooks did not propose any other solution other than VIPER for becoming 2013 compliant. **
what i want to know is why did out public safety feel the need to switch to viper if southern pines had a good model to work from?
its a good thing that Son of a B*** didnt. glad he looks after our emergency services!
leave it to the pine hurst people to complain about the dumbest things
@kst101-your correct on that one. half the time troopers cant use VIPER so they 1)use the old system. or 2)use the good ol cell phone.
well VIPER is not the only choice even though scott brooks wants you to think it is. Narrow band compatibility can be achieved with the click of a button on cheaper radio. You cant dispatch off of VIPER so the county will still have to have a narrow band UHF/VHF system. VIPER is not used by all of america so we would still have patch into other communication systems. This whole thing is a crock.
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