Saturday, August 15, 2009

You Can Run, But You Can't Hide!





The Department of Homeland Security (DHS),
is currently trying to develop the first multi-band radio designed specifically
for first responders.

In order to complete its research, responders from various agencies across
the former United States are bung recruited.

Last month the DHS's department of Science and Technology Directorate,
announced the selection of 14 agencies for the final phase of its multi-band radio project.

The 14 agencies selected for the final phase of the DHS multi-band radio project
are:

•2010 Olympic Security Committee (Blaine, Wash., and Vancouver, B.C. Canada)
•Amtrak (Northeast Corridor)
•Boise Fire Department (Boise, Idaho)
•Canadian Interoperability Technology Interest Group (Ottawa, ON Canada)
•Customs and Border Patrol (Detroit)
•Federal Emergency Management Agency (Multiple Locations)
•Hawaii State Civil Defense (Honolulu)
•Interagency Communication Interoperability System (Los Angeles County, Calif.)
•Michigan Emergency Medical Services (Lower Peninsula Areas)
•Murray State University (Southwest Kentucky)
•Phoenix Police Department and Arizona Department of Emergency Management
(Greater Phoenix and Yuma County)
•Texas National Guard (Austin, Texas)
•U.S. Marshals Service (Northeast Region)
•Washington Metro Area Transit Authority Transit Police (District of Columbia)

At the International Wireless Communications Expo 2009 in Las Vegas,
the project was announced, along with the unveiling of the radio that would be
tested:

The Liberty radio by the Clarksburg, Md.-based Thales Group.



Monitoring of these 14 agencies has become a priority to those in the Signals
Intelligence (SIGINT) community.

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