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2016 Public Safety Broadband Stakeholder Meeting - Day1

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Author(s)

Tracy A. McElvaney, Dereck R. Orr, Jeremy E. Benson, Richard A. Rouil, Andrew P. Thiessen, Paul Roberts, Steven Voran, John T. Beltz, Joshua M. Franklin, Harlin McEwen, Christopher J. Walton, Paul A. Grassi, Donald L. Harriss, Mika Skarp, Wim Brouwer

Abstract

The Public Safety Communications Research program held its latest PSBB Stakeholder Meeting on June 7-9 2016 in San Diego, CA. This three-day meeting brought together representatives from public safety, federal agencies, industry and academia to highlight critical issues and research areas related to public safety broadband communications and the deployment of a nation-wide public safety network. Presentations from the three-day meeting are published in three files, each covering the presented materials from one day.
Citation
Public Safety Communications Research Group

Keywords

PSCR, Public Safety
Created August 31, 2016, Updated February 19, 2017