To eliminate the interference, all public safety systems operating between 865-869MHz will "reband" to 851-854MHz and join with other public safety frequencies operating from 851-861 MHz.
This will form a buffer between the public safety and cellular frequencies rather than being intermingled as they are today.
Manually Updating Firmware from the Website To manually update the firmware from the website, take the following steps. Go to and download the appropriate firmware file for your Drobo product (a zip file for the PC or a dmg file for the Mac), saving it to a folder that is not located on your Drobo device.
If there is only one firmware file (a zip file), this file functions for both the Mac and Windows-based computers.
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When the Rebanding takes place, your scanner will usually stop working on Motorola trunking systems.
If you are listening to conventional (non-trunked) channels or EDACS channels you may need to simply change frequencies.
Usually, your router manufacturer will provide firmware updates for your specific make and model of router, via their website, or via a tool within the administrative console of your router (typically accessible via a web browser).
There are many reasons you may want to consider updating your router’s firmware, here are several of them.
This is the unzipped IOGEAR folder The driver gives you two choices: 32 bit and 64 bit.