APCO Statement Boosts Project 25

Page, Douglas
September 2006
Fire Chief;Sep2006, Vol. 50 Issue 9, p16
Trade Publication
The article reports on the launch of a Statement of Requirements to boost the Project 25 communication standard by the Association of Public Safety Communications Officials International Inc. (APCO) in the U.S. Project 25 is a standard for digital radio communications issued in 1996. The APCO statement was recently issued in order to facilitate the procurement and operation of interoperable multi-vendor land mobile radio digital communications equipment.


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