Public safety agencies see benefits of Project 25 technology

04/16/2013 | Urgent Communications · eWeek

Public safety agencies see the benefits of using Project 25 digital radio technology even though the cost remains a barrier, according to experts at the International Wireless Communications Expo. Steve Devine of the Missouri Department of Public Safety said the state went with P25 when it created its wireless interoperable network because even though the radios were more expensive the performance was better for its rural-urban demographics.

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