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DS/TBR 35 - TERRESTRIAL TRUNKED RADIO (TETRA) - EMERGENCY ACCESS Organization: DS
Date: 1999-02-03
Description: It applies only to terminal equipment intended for police and emergency services operating within European harmonised frequency bands in the range 380 MHz to 383 MHz and 390 MHz to 393 MHz.
IET - RADIO MAN: THE REMARKABLE - RADIO MAN: THE REMARKABLE RISE AND FALL OF C.O. STANLEY Organization: IET
Date: 2002-01-01
Description: Pye pioneered radio telephones, equipping Britain's first fleet of radio cabs and bringing mobile phones to the police. Sir John Hunt took Pye radios with him to Mount Everest (though not quite to the summit).
DS/EN 301435-2 V1.2.4 - TERRESTRIAL TRUNKED RADIO (TETRA); ATTACHMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR TETRA TERMINAL EQUIPMENT; PART 2: EMERGENCY ACCESS Organization: DS
Date: 2001-08-15
Description: It applies only to terminal equipment intended for police and emergency services operating within European harmonized frequency bands in the range 380 MHz to 385 MHz and 390 MHz to 395 MHz.
ASTM E2854 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR EVALUATING EMERGENCY RESPONSE ROBOT CAPABILITIES: RADIO COMMUNICATION: LINE-OF-SIGHT RANGE Organization: ASTM
Date: 2012-02-01
Description: These issues should be resolved by the affected agencies (Fire, Police, and Urban Search and Rescue) and written into the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) that guide the responses to emergency situations.
ASTM E2855 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR EVALUATING EMERGENCY RESPONSE ROBOT CAPABILITIES: RADIO COMMUNICATION: NON-LINE-OF-SIGHT RANGE Organization: ASTM
Date: 2012-02-01
Description: These issues should be resolved by the affected agencies (Fire, Police, and Urban Search and Rescue) and written into Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) that guide the responses to emergency situations.
SAE T-105 - AUTOMOTIVE TELEMATICS AN INTRODUCTION TO THE TECHNICAL ASPECTS OF AUTOMOTIVE TELEMATICS WITH REFERENCE TO BUSINESS MODEL AND USER NEEDS - TO PURCHASE CALL 1-800-854-7179 USA/CANADA OR 303-397-7956 WORLDWIDE Organization: SAE
Date: 2002-08-23
Description: In the late 1930s, Motorola installed the first mobile communication radios in police cars, using modified car broadcast radio designs. In 1942, two-way capability began to be added to most police cars in most regions.
ITU-R HDBK SM - SPECTRUM MONITORING - FIFTH EDITION; STUDY GROUP 1 Organization: ITU-R
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: Other applications like cellular radio and broadcasting and radio operators as police, ambulance, air traffic control and armed forces are more intuitively linked with radio. Anyway, the vital importance of the radio spectrum for modern societies has been extensively discussed elsewhere and is commonly accepted and understood.
ITU-R REPORT M.741 - MULTI-CHANNEL LAND MOBILE SYSTEMS FOR DISPATCH TRAFFIC (WITH OR WITHOUT PSTN INTERCONNECTION) Organization: ITU-R
Date: 1990-01-01
Description: For this purpose of this Report, "dispatch system" has the meaning: A radio system used to control the operation of a fleet of mobiles, such as air craft, taxis, police, etc., and "trunked system" has the meaning: A multi-channel system with automatic channel selection, particularly referring to dispatch systems.
SNZ NZS 4121 - DESIGN FOR ACCESS AND MOBILITY - BUILDINGS AND ASSOCIATED FACILITIES Organization: SNZ
Date: 2001-04-02
Description: "(a) Land, sea, and air passenger transport terminals and facilities and interchanges, whether wholly on land or otherwise; "(b) Public toilets wherever situated; "(c) Banks; "(d) Childcare centres and kindergartens; "(e) Day-care centres and facilities; "(f) Commercial buildings and facilities for business and professional purposes, including computer centres; "(g) Central, regional, and local government offices and facilities; "(h) Courthouses; "(i) Police stations; "(j) Hotels, motels, hostels, halls of residence, holiday cabins, groups of pensioner flats, boarding-houses, guest houses, and other premises providing accommodation for the public; "(k) Hospitals, whether public or private, nursing homes, and old people's homes; "(l) Medical and dental surgeries, and medical and paramedical and other primary health care centres; "(m) Educational institutions, including public and private primary, intermediate, and secondary schools, universities, polytechnics, and other tertiary institutions; "(n) Libraries, museums, art galleries, and other cultural institutions; "(o) Churches, chapels, and other places of public worship; "(p) Places of assembly, including auditoriums, theatres, cinemas, halls, sports stadiums, conference facilities, clubrooms, recreation centres, and swimming baths; "(q) Shops, shopping centres, and shopping malls; "(r) Restaurants, bars, cafeterias, and catering facilities; "(s) Showrooms and auction rooms; "(t) Public laundries; "(u) Petrol and service stations; "(v) Funeral parlours; "(w) Television and radio stations; "(x) Car parks, parking buildings, and parking facilities; "(y) Factories and industrial buildings where more than ten persons are employed; "(z) Other buildings, premises, or facilities to which the public are to be admitted, whether on payment or otherwise."
TIA-4973.211 - REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MISSION CRITICAL PRIORITY AND QOS CONTROL SERVICE Organization: TIA
Date: 2014-08-01
Description: ., first responders, second responders, etc.) with various disciplines (police, fire, EMS , etc.) and all types of applications (voice, video, data) all share the same resources.

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