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DC Case Study

About the Case Study

The DCFD, like many others in the United States, had reached a point where its radio-based Fire Station Alerting System (FSAS) was nearing the end of its economic and practical life. The current system had been in operation for over 10 years and had become increasingly unreliable, requiring frequent repairs.

Further, because the current system relied on 800 MHz radio frequencies, communication quality was sporadic and prone to “atmospheric conditions,” channel interference, signal fading and intermodulation distortion. For these reasons, the District determined its antiquated system should be replaced with a modern, Internet Protocol (IP)-based FSAS. Want to discover how PURVIS configured their technology to do so?

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