N.Y. network doesn't make grade

September 2008
Urgent Communications;Sep2008, Vol. 26 Issue 9, p7
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The article reports that the New York state government has proclaimed the first phase of a statewide wireless network a failure. With the announcement, it is deemed that Tyco Electronics M/A-COM may lose the largest public-safety land mobile radio (LMR) contract in U.S. history. According to New York State comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, the system is not ready to be adopted, citing the three rounds of failed testing.


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