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Harris Corp. to Supply Florida City with Public Safety Solution

Harris Corporation has been selected to provide an enhanced county-wide public safety communications solution that serves more than 1,300 users in Hialeah, Florida.

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The Future of Police Radio

Why is LMR still front and center, with broadband LTE just around the corner? A number of factors help to explain it. Some have to do with the nature of police operations, while others reflect realities around such issues as cost and infrastructure.

Chicago Police Investigating 'Rogue' Radio Transmissions

Office of Emergency Management and Communications Spokesperson Melissa Stratton said that the "rogue radio transmission" occurred on Wednesday evening.

FirstNet Subscriptions Now Available at AT&T Stores, More Agencies Implement Solution

FirstNet has announced that first responders can now sign up for FirstNet cellular service at more than 5,300 AT&T retail stores. Verified first responders, including volunteers, can sign up for FirstNet service under a personal account.

Pryme BTH-500 RSM

Now available through GSA, Pryme’s Bluetooth Speaker Mic featuring rotary volume control is ideal for police LMR users who wear gloves.

Persistent's Smart Networking Radio Gets NIST Security Validation

Persistent Systems LLC announced that it has received a Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) 140-2 security validation from the National Institute of Standards and Technology for its MPU5 networking radio and Embedded Module products.

The Future of Law Enforcement Communications

As a technologist, it’s my opinion that agencies will soon be able to receive much more tactical/situational information from all active incidents, including verbal transmissions, without ever touching a communications device.

Suspects Illegally Using Pennsylvania 911 Frequencies, Officials Say

"Unauthorized individuals have used Cambria County radio frequency to transmit false information to authorities while posing as police officers and corrections officers," District Attorney Kelly Callihan said in a statement.

Two-Way Radio Communications

Using the AT&T network for nationwide two-way radio communications, the service also includes GPS Google Mapping.

Kentucky State Police Struggling with Manpower, Equipment Shortages

The Kentucky State Police is struggling with a manpower shortage, an aging and high-mileage fleet, a lack of long guns and failing radio equipment.