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Communications

The Police Communications topic provides news, analysis, tips and info on issues such as D-Block reallocation, interoperability, the 700 MHz public safety broadband spectrum, and 800 MHz narrowbanding deadlines and wireless communications devices.
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Tait Communications White Paper: The Sheriff's Guide to Open Standard P25 Communications

By Tait Communications P25 was designed by public safety users in conjunction with radio manufacturers... - Full Story

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Tait Communications White Paper: The Police Officer's Guide to Open Standard P25 Communications

By Tait Communications P25 was designed by public safety users in conjunction with radio manufacturers... - Full Story

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Communications failure cited in Aurora shootings

Oolice and fire officials failed to tell each other when and where rescuers were needed following the theater execution - Full Story

Columns

Calif. prisons aim to disconnect unwanted calls the Office of Justice Programs' National Institute of Justice (NIJ) - TechBeat

Calif. prisons aim to disconnect unwanted calls

The plan has so many prongs in its approach, if one doesn't find a particular device, another one surely will - Full Story

Videos

The Tait TP9400 P25 Radio is Tough

The new Tait TP9400, a P25 portable radio built to withstand the toughest challenges public safety responders face. In fact, it's one of the toughest public safety-grade radios ever made. The radio not only meets but exceeds military standards for durability in our grueling testing regime both in-house and at an independent, internationally recognized testing facility. To learn more about the TP9400's exact specifications, visit http://www.taitradio.com/taittough

Videos

Tait Tough: Radio Thrown Down a Hill in a Trash Can

We built the new Tait TP9400 to be one of the toughest radios ever made. After repeatedly exceeding the Military Specification tests, we decided to get a little more creative and see if we couldn't destroy the radio. Will it survive being tossed into a trash can and down a large hill? Watch to find out how tough our Tait radios really are.

Exclusives

CIA moves IT to the cloud

CIA moves IT to the cloud

In what may be the ultimate confirmation of perceived reliability, the Central Intelligence Agency recently announced they would be moving their data and much of their operating software into "the cloud." - Full Story

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Drunk Fla. woman calls 911 because she's lonely

Drunk Fla. woman calls 911 because she's lonely

She was arrested on a charge of abuse of 911, she had called for the same reason 5 times in March - Full Story

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Audio: Boston dispatch details police heroics

Almost an hour of audio details the frantic conversations between dispatchers, medics, and police - Full Story

Columns

911 call takers are behind-the-scenes heroes Michelle Perin - Communications and Communicators

911 call takers are behind-the-scenes heroes

During this National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week, the community recognizes these first first responders for what they are: Heroes - Full Story



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