How Public Safety Communications Can Close the Digital Gap

Major flaws in emergency communications systems reveal themselves when catastrophic events, such as terrorist attacks and natural disasters, occur. The lack of interoperability of communications systems between various agencies is one of the most problematic issues. For example, sharing of critical knowledge is impossible if the fire department cannot communicate with the police department.

As you plan your digital upgrade path, learn more about the benefits of transitioning from analog land mobile radio to digital public safety systems using the APCO P25, TETRA, and DMR standards.

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