If you’ve been listening to your trusty old police scanner you may be missing something – half the action.
Douglas County has started broadcasting on a new digital frequency and some information isn’t picked up by analog scanner units. Once the county goes completely digital, analog scanners will find a new home, in the recycling bin.
Stevens County must upgrade the technology used by law enforcement over the next two years and the price tag isn’t small. But thanks to aggressively pursuing grants and joining forces with other counties, revamping the county’s radio and dispatch systems might be relatively inexpensive.
, July 22, 2010
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