66% Now Covered by Phase II E-911

January 2006
Fire Chief;Jan2006, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p16
Trade Publication
The article reports that the National Emergency Number Association has published wireless E-911 statistics measuring the number of counties, individual Public Safety Answering Points and total population covered by Phase I and Phase II wireless location technology in the United States. According to the data, more than two-thirds of the country's population now resides in areas where wireless 911 includes delivery of the caller's call-back number and location to the appropriate public safety answering point.


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