March 2004
Fire Chief;Mar2004, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p14
Trade Publication
The district of Columbia Office of the Chief Technology Officer has announced that Motorola Inc. and Flarion Technologies Inc. will jointly develop a high speed wireless broadband data network that would be used by the district's police, fire and emergency medical personnel. The network will consist of 10 transmission sites to provide citywide coverage. The program includes installation, testing and operation of the network for one year. According to Ray Dolan, CEO of Flarion, installation should be completed by the summer, with testing of the network to continue for one year after installation is completed.


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