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LTE-based public safety network could finally become reality

Brad Reed, Network World | May 11, 2011
Ten years after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the United States government may finally be making progress on allocating spectrum for a next-generation public safety mobile broadband network.

The FCC said earlier this year that any next-generation public safety mobile broadband network would have to use LTE as its data standard "to ensure nationwide interoperability for public safety communications."

 

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