- Written by Urgent Communications Administrator
- 10th September 2002
Newscan: Indiana 911 dispatch-center deadline loomsAlso: Many questions surround Sprint/T-Mobile merger; S.F. to get free public Wi-Fi in business district; Number of abandoned 911 calls rise in Colorado city; Codan intros two tactical repeaters; Hawaiian resort turns to Motorola to upgrade Wi-Fi offering; FCC names acting director of legislative affairs; Cassidian P25 system accepted by Colorado county; ArcGIS system selected by Vermont transit agency; Worldwide 4G LTE connections to top 2 billion within five years.
Newscan: Texting 911 becomes an option for some Pennylvania cell-phone usersAlso: Tait radio survives being run over by tank; Icom unveils HF transceiver; Verizon selects Altair LTE chipset for first branded tablet; RF Micro Devices introduces new impedance tuner; FCC's Wheeler says incentive auction will proceed--but smaller carriers want limits on participation of AT&T and Verizon.
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