Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

800 MHz Re-banding Public Safety View By David Buchanan.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "800 MHz Re-banding Public Safety View By David Buchanan."— Presentation transcript:

1 800 MHz Re-banding Public Safety View By David Buchanan

2 Regions National Public Safety Advisory Committee – NPSPAC Developed Rules for the use of the Public Safety Spectrum between 821/866 and 824/869 that were adopted by the FCC. National Public Safety Advisory Committee – NPSPAC Developed Rules for the use of the Public Safety Spectrum between 821/866 and 824/869 that were adopted by the FCC. Use of the Spectrum Required a Regional Plan be developed by Regional Plan Committees and Approved by the FCC Use of the Spectrum Required a Regional Plan be developed by Regional Plan Committees and Approved by the FCC

3 Regions Nation was divided into 55 Regions Nation was divided into 55 Regions Most Regions cover one State Most Regions cover one State Some are multi-State and Some States have two or more Regions Some are multi-State and Some States have two or more Regions There are Public Notice and other Rules that must be Followed to Change a Regional Plan. Any Region that wants to change the Channel Allotments Should start NOW! There are Public Notice and other Rules that must be Followed to Change a Regional Plan. Any Region that wants to change the Channel Allotments Should start NOW!

4 Who Moves? Are the Channels between 809/ and 815/ – No Change. Are the Channels between 809/ and 815/ – No Change. Optional Move between 815/860 and 816/ – Expansion Band Optional Move between 815/860 and 816/ – Expansion Band Should move if Channels are between 816/860 and 817/862 - Guard Band Should move if Channels are between 816/860 and 817/862 - Guard Band Must move if below 809/854 Must move if below 809/854 Does the Agency use NPSPAC Mutual Aid Channels in their Units? Dont get left out Does the Agency use NPSPAC Mutual Aid Channels in their Units? Dont get left out

5 Planning Equipment Inventory Equipment Inventory Models Models Serial Number Serial Number Find the hidden Units Find the hidden Units Retune? Retune? Firmware Upgrade? Firmware Upgrade? Replace? Replace?

6 Planning Will the move involve control Channels? Will the move involve control Channels? Dont forget failsoft Channels. Dont forget failsoft Channels. Use the System Features to help with the move. Use the System Features to help with the move. Big or Small? How many Channels? What Frequencies? Big or Small? How many Channels? What Frequencies?

7 Things to Worry About Will the system stay on the air during the move? Will the system stay on the air during the move? How will the move impact the fail soft assignments? How will the move impact the fail soft assignments? Minimize the impact on the users. Try to go to them for reprogramming the units. Minimize the impact on the users. Try to go to them for reprogramming the units. Change frequencies in parts or do an overlay. Change frequencies in parts or do an overlay. Time Time

8 Looking west on Hwy. 18, due south of Lake Arrowhead. First time fire crossed north of Hwy. 18 into Lake Arrowhead Old Fire – 1422 hrs. 10/28/03

9 Old Fire – 1423 hrs. 10/28/03 Looking west on Hwy. 18, due south of Lake Arrowhead. First time fire crossed north of Hwy. 18 into Lake Arrowhead <1 minute after this previous photo


Download ppt "800 MHz Re-banding Public Safety View By David Buchanan."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google