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Apr 30, 2015
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GAO report identifies several FirstNet challenges, ignores multiple key factors

In its latest report, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) does a good job of summarizing most of the business-model challenges facing FirstNet. However, it missed some big factors that could impact FirstNet, including the potential impact that mission-critical voice over LTE could have on public-safety adoption....More
Apr 23, 2015
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Go, or No Go? New LA-RICS public-safety LTE plan gives NTIA, FirstNet a lot to consider

There has been no decision yet from NTIA about the fate of the LA-RICS public-safety LTE project. That's understandable, because there are a lot of factors to consider....More
Apr 17, 2015
blog

FCC E911 location ruling the first step in journey to improved emergency-response times 1

By John Vetter, Sunsight Instruments The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) should be commended for its recent unanimous ruling in favor of increased horizontal-axis location accuracy requirements for Wireless Enhanced 911 (E911) systems, and for providing guidance on a path to develop and implement vertical-axis solutions and requirements....More
Apr 10, 2015
blog

Public-safety agencies should get ready for carrier-provided P25 managed services 7

Governments no longer are required to buy, build, own, and operate costly P25 radio networks in-house. That's because carrier-provided P25 as a service has proven to be more reliable, more scalable, more interoperable, more secure and ultimately will be more affordable than traditional privately-owned P25 systems....More

If expense is not an issue, should wearable cameras be used by law enforcement?


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