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Resilient Communications Network Platform Research

A New Direction for Deployable Communications

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Resilient Communication Network Platform Research_On-Demand Session
Resilient Communication Network Platform Research_On-Demand Session
PSCR has been researching deployable communications systems for first responders since 2015. In this session, we will present the latest addition to our research portfolio. Sponsored by Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology (S&T) Office of Interoperability and Compatibility (OIC), the Resilient Communication Network Platform (RCNP) has the flexibility to host new, leading edge public safety capabilities, as well as the ability to bridge gaps in degraded communications environments. The RCNP will be a "grab and go" modular, flexible system that will consist of equipment deployed as standalone units or integrated into a unique system of systems solution catered to first responder needs.

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  • Sam Ray, PSCR
  • Hien Nguyen, PSCR

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Created May 11, 2020, Updated November 1, 2020