If a first responder organization succeeds in getting homeland security
funding, are they required to build an entirely 4.9 network?  The folks
I have talked with have this vision of having interconnected 4.9
networks that all first responders can connect to and that these
networks will at some point be linked on at least a regional basis, all
on 4.9 so that all can communicate together.  The problem is, terrain
and penetration severely limit usefulness of 4.9 Aps.  Are they
permitted to build hybrid 900/4.9 networks?

 

Thanks

Chris

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