In other Camden County radio news, the VHF public safety radio systems in Camden County recently (this week) switched from regular FM to narrowband FM (NFM) transmissions; transmission remain analog. In addition to going narrowband, they also moved to a new output frequency on the Camden County S.O. repeater in order to alleviate interference with the St. Marys P.D. repeater. The new output frequency for the Camden County S.O. repeater is 151.385 instead of the old 159.165 which interfered with the St. Mary’s P.D. repeater.
With the exception of reprogramming the one frequency in your scanners, all you’ll have to do for Camden County frequencies is change the receive mode from FM to NFM. If you have an older scanner that doesn’t have the NFM setting, don’t worry – you’ll still be able to hear them, it just won’t sound quite as good as it did before.
If you’re interested in such things, you can see the license modification information for the S.O. repeater here.