Careless, James
September 2008
Fire Chief;Sep2008, Vol. 52 Issue 9, p52
Trade Publication
The article provides tips on using cheap on-scene communications equipment that firefighters can utilize during fire accidents in the U.S. It includes the Mobile Mesh Communications System, which is a dual-band radio that can be used to address the needs of first responders and education systems. Another is the Nextel Direct Connect from Sprint which can provide service reliability similar to a land mobile radio. It also includes WDT3000 Mobile Data Terminal designed for safety applications.


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