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Back to basics
is well represented by the new Association of Public Safety Communications Officials-International president. Vincent Stile joined the police force almost
PSWN preparing to shut down
The Public Safety Wireless Network is in immediate danger of ceasing operation because of a loss of funding from the Department of Justice. PSWN has the
APCO loses three in three months
Three executives for the Association of Public Safety Communications Officials-International have resigned from their positions within the past three
Shuttle blackout myth persists
When Mission Control in Houston lost all communication with the space shuttle Columbia during its return to Earth on Feb. 1, they knew something was terribly
Capital expenditure
Twelve days before Sept. 11, 2001, the Washington Times reported that Washington, D.C.'s $5.3 million radio system could not properly broadcast in more
Kitchen sees opportunities for dealers in spectrum swap
The International Wireless Communications Expo opened April 23 with remarks from keynote speaker Jay Kitchen. Kitchen, chief executive of the Personal
In it for the long haul
Unlike trucking companies in the logging industry, long-haul trucklines must look beyond dispatch radio (and paging) for their communications needs. They
Communications Combating Chaos
Thousands of Americans cheered emergency workers as they arrived at ground zero. On MRT’s cover this month is one of the heroes they were cheering: Sgt.
UTC presents Telecom 2001 in Milwaukee
Home of Harley-Davidson and many famous breweries, Milwaukee served as the host of UTC Telecom 2001 presented by the United Telecom Council from June
UTC presents Telecom 2001 in Milwaukee
Home of Harley-Davidson and many famous breweries, Milwaukee served as the host of UTC Telecom 2001 presented by the United Telecom Council from June
The key to rescue
Never underestimate the power of a radio in military emergencies. On Jan. 17, 1991, Lt. Cmdr. Michael Scott Speicher was shot down over Iraq and was never
DON'T FIGHT THE FUTURE
Resistance to the evolution of test equipment for installation and maintenance is futile. Manufacturers are trying to make the technician's job easier,
Glad I made it
Murphy's Law had me firmly in its grip this year on my way to APCO. In fact, it probably terrorized several travelers this year with ever-increasing canceled
Emergency Central
A rural Missouri county consolidates its public safety PSAP and dispatch operations to contend with creeping urbanization and tourismBranson, MO, has

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