Welcome to the new Pikes Peak Regional Communications (PPRCN) website. The goal of this new website is to better serve the needs of the PPRCN user community by providing information – documents, history, pictures, meeting information, etc.
As of Thursday,evening, March 22nd, PPRCN had been running a 6 site, 18 channel simulcast cell! This is the culmination of years of work by the PPRCN stakeholders and contractors – thank you. This also represents the most significant change to the PPRCN system since the system was first turned on. Simulcast for the Colorado […]
In 2013, the PPRCN Board selected a software/hardware upgrade plan based on recommendations from an in depth life-cycle analysis conducted by an external consultant, Televate. Part of that plan is to upgrade the radio sites serving the Colorado Springs area to a simulcast system. This work is almost complete, and beginning the week of March […]
For some years now you probably have heard that PPRCN is working towards a “simulcast” system. Basically, a simulcast system is one where the radio talks to (and listens to) multiple towers at the same time, or simultaneously, rather than working with individual towers. Part of the plan to get to simulcast is to upgrade […]
Pikes Peak Regional Communications Network was established via an Intra-Governmental Agreement in 1999 to “implement and govern a regional radio network joint agency providing communications services to public safety and public service activities operating in the City of Colorado Springs and El Paso County.”
Today, PPRCN manages and maintains a multi-site, 800Mhz P25 radio system in the El Paso County area and beyond. Under the direction and guidance of it’s stakeholder owners, PPRCN has been upgrading it’s infrastructure to better deliver on it’s mission of providing a reliable, robust public safety and public service communications system.
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