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8263Re: [BCD396XT] cellular carriers are not ready to replace public safety radio

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  • MCH
    Aug 26, 2013
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      I shouldn't have to remind you, but flaming people will not be
      tolerated. I refer to your passage "the moronic ham radio operators".

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      Emmett Gulley wrote:
      > Your report should show to the moronic ham radio operators that YES,
      > encryption is needed so the agencies have that to fall back on. I have
      > gotten sick and tired of everybody on RR stating that radio systems and
      > cell networks won't fail.
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      > On Sun, Aug 25, 2013 at 4:11 PM, John Stark <johnstark@...> wrote:
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      >> The biggest reason is during an incident everyone goes to their phone and
      >> tie the networks up. Happens in every major incident and will continue to
      >> happen. The same happens on trunked radio systems too. During the week of
      >> the super bowl in Indy the phone and radio systems were both overloaded
      >> numerous times, it almost cost one man his life as EMS couldn't be called
      >> when hr had a heart attack. Someone finally got ahold of a trooper who was
      >> able to get on the statewide system and get help but even then the EMS crew
      >> couldn't get on the cities P25 system.
      >>
      >> Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID
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      >> worksntv@... wrote:
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      >>> There are a number of reasons why smartphones and cellular carriers are
      >>> not ready to replace public safety radio networks
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      >> http://gcn.com/articles/2013/08/16/smartphones-cant-replace-police-radios.as
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