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→‎New Zealand Police: Tidied up headings and added P25 digital network note.
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== New Zealand Police ===== Frequencies ======= Digital =Network ===
The Police operate a P25 implementation for NZ Police trunked digital radio system in the ESB (VHF 138-144 MHz) and ESC (UHF 494-502 MHz) bands . This includes a an AES 256 -bit encryption layer securing , which secures the radio network from unauthorized monitoring<br>'''Although modern digital scanners are able to DECODE these signals, they are unable to Decrypt them.'''
''' ESB Band ''''''Search Pair:''' ''138.01250~143.9875MHz, FM ModulationTait Communications radios are in use, 12.5kHz Channel Spacing.''{| border="1" cellpadding="4" style="border-collapse: collapse; border: 1px solid #aaa; background: #f5f5f5"! Base Freq. !! Mobile Freqwhich deploy OTA encryption keycodes. !! Channel !! Description |}
''' ESC Band ''''''Search PairNote:''' ''494.00625MHz~501.987500MHzalthough modern digital scanners are able to decode signals, FM & C4FM Modulation, 12.5kHz Channel Spacing.''{| border="1" cellpadding="4" style="border-collapse: collapse; border: 1px solid #aaa; background: #f5f5f5"! Base Freq. !! Mobile Freqthey are unable to decrypt them. !! Channel !! Description |}
==== Analog (Historic) =Frequencies ===
'''ALL WELLINGTON ANALOG FREQUENCIES ARE CURRENTLY LINKED TO PALMERSTON NORTH'''All Wellington analogue frequencies are currently linked to Palmerston North. Analog frequencies listed below are for historic purpose only.
Analog frequencies listed below are for historic purpose only. As of June 2009 the Project 25 (P25) digital radio system has been deployed in the Wellington area (Wellington City, Upper Hutt, Kapiti, Mana and the Wairarapa) for NZ Police.
''' ESA Band '''
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