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Authors: Linda K. Moore 
Book Description:
Heightened awareness of the integral role of the nationís wireless communications infrastructure in homeland security is bringing to the fore technical issues about public safety spectrum that have lain fallow for a number of years. This book covers issues concerning technology, the connection between technology standards and spectrum allocation, and the competition for spectrum among many users with diverse needs. The report in particular addresses two key issues that have attracted significant attention and controversy: interoperability and interference. Interoperability questions focus mainly on spectrum needs and compatible technology. Interference problems stem primarily from spectrum allocation decisions and radio-communications engineering that have combined to disrupt some public safety radio transmissions. Originally viewed by most industry stakeholders as separate topics, the two issues have, over time, coalesced into a single concern that questions different aspects of spectrum policy and technology planning.

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Individual chapters are available for $25 each by sending an email to novascience@earthlink.net. Nova will provide the chapter for your easy downloading or send it as an email attachment if you prefer.

Preface:

Chapter 1. Emergency Communications:Meeting Public Safety Spectrum Needs; pp. 1-53
(Linda K. Moore);

Chapter 2. The Emergency Communications:The Emergency Alert System (EAS) and All-Hazard Warnings; pp. 55-76
(Linda K. Moore);

Index

   Binding: Softcover
   Pub. Date: 2006
   ISBN: 1-59454-888-9
   Status: AV
  
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