The long awaited nationwide public safety broadband network is moving closer to reality with the passage of legislation giving public safety both the spectrum and funding needed to build the network.
What does it mean for your agency Who will manage the new network and what type of local control and priority service will your agency have How does the broadband network affect voice over Land Mobile Radio What are the requirements for the network What kinds of standards are being developed How will the federal government interact with state and local organizations What is the history of the effort to create a broadband network for public safety?
Now available: The Public Safety Broadband Directory has links to a wide range of current information on the nationwide efforts to bring broadband to public safety. The directory categorizes all resource links both by activities in broadband:
- New Information
And, by the organizations integrally involved in the nationwide public safety broadband network:
- Federal, state, local, and regional governments
- National public safety organizations
- Standards‐setting organizations
We are seeking your input to make this public safety broadband directory as useful as possible. Please send any recommended submissions, changes, and/or additions to email@example.com
Support for the Directory is provided by the Department of Homeland Security's Science and Technology Directorate, Office for Interoperability and Compatibility (OIC), and the National Protection and Programs Directorate, Office of Emergency Communications (OEC). Points of view or opinions expressed in this site are those of the originators and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.