Jackson, Donny
September 2009
Urgent Communications;Sep2009, Vol. 27 Issue 9, p7
Trade Publication
The article presents a proposal reached by the National Public Safety Telecommunications Council broadband task force that seeks permission for first responder entities to build 700 megahertz broadband networks. It offers the highlights of the proposal including a request for the U.S. Congress to dedicate the D Block to public safety and the use of the network by all emergency support agencies. Comments from Dave Buchanan, chairman of the task force, is presented.


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