Articles

Nov
26

NORTHCOM Selects Interoperable Tech

Northcom, located at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Colo., is responsible for homeland defense and was established by the Joint Forces Command soon after the 9/11 attacks to address the new mission of…

Nov
26

TOPOFF 3 Use Radios from C-AT®

The congressionally-supported TOPOFF 3 exercise, with 16,000 participants, will simulate a large-scale, multipoint terrorist attack with a coordinated national and international response. Eleven participating agencies in New Jersey and Connecticut will be using "Incident Commanders'…

Nov
26

Army CSTs Receive ICRI

ICRI, developed by Communications-Applied Technology, will enable Civil Support Teams to communicate with the different radios used by local and state police, fire, public safety, homeland security and other first-responders. The 22-member Civil Support Teams…

Nov
26

Army Units Achieve Interoperable Comms

The ICRI, a cigar box-sized device, typically takes less than five minutes to configure and allows commercial and military land mobile radios, VoIP equipment, satellite phones, cell phones, land-line phones and hybrid cellular/walkie-talkie phones to…

Nov
26

Interoperability SWEET

Having been immersed in the world of interoperable communications, I began to explore a solution that would achieve three specific goals based on desired outcomes and identified gaps. As you have read in many articles,…