APublic Safety Guide for Compliance

CHAPTER 1: A N I NTRODUCTION TO N ARROWBANDING 1 CHAPTER 1: AN INTRODUCTION TO NARROWBANDING W HAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS BROCHURE ? The International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) and the International Municipal Signal Association (IMSA) have put together this brochure to provide guidance ...

Management Briefing No. 9 - ONE OF A SERIES OF NOTES ON ...

MANAGEMENT BRIEFING NO. 9 | “NARROWBANDING” 101 Rev. 2 ADCOMM ENGINEERING COMPANY | COMMUNICATIONS CONSULTING Page 1 of 15 This brief paper evaluates the nontechnical issues related to FCC mandated frequency re-farming or

General Information on VHF/UHF Narrowbanding

2 Narrowbanding Basics Ñ Who is affected by narrowbanding? Ñ All Public Safety and Industrial/Business licensees in the 150-174 MHz and 421-512 MHz bands Ñ What do affected licensees have to do? Ñ Either migrate to 12.5 kHz technology or utilize a technology that achieves equivalent efficiency

A Practical Guide to Narrowbanding

A Practical Guide to Narrowbanding Office of Emergency Communications Page 1 of 37 Table of Contents Introduction - What is Narrowbanding? ..... 2 Key Deadlines ...

Understanding FCC Narrowbanding Requirements

U.S. Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs National Institute of Justice I N NCJ 217865 SHORT MAY 07 T OWARD C RIMINAL J USTICE S OLUTIONS Understanding FCC Narrowbanding Requirements Key Points ■ Most current public safety radio systems use 25 kHz-wide ...

Meeting the FCC Narrowbanding Mandate for Two-Way Radios

Executive Summary The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) initially set the narrowbanding initiative in motion in 1992 with the ultimate objective of increasing capacity and efficiency for the industrial/ business and public safety radio pools in the private land mobile radio services category.

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4 Do narrowbanding modification applications require frequency coordination or payment of Commission fees? No. A "straight" narrowbanding modification application requires neither frequency coordination (pursuant to Section 90.175(j)(20) of the Commission's Rules, 47 C.F.R. § 90.175(j)(20)) nor ...

Management Briefing Number 9

ADCOMM Engineering Company Management Briefing No. 9 Revision No. 1, June 2008 Page 1 of 10 This brief paper evaluates the nontechnical issues related to FCC mandated frequency re-farming or "narrowbanding."

What you Must Know

Contact him via e-mail at [email protected] Special Section narrowbanding WhaT's ouT There a few products that comply By ralph h. gould, apco editorial adviSory coMMittee MeMBer Special Section narrowbanding The Tech side W ith all the products available on the public safety communications market ...

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