Land mobile radio system phase II deployment report
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Land mobile radio system phase II deployment report

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    Land mobile radio system phase 2 deployment report
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    In July 2004, the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities developed an integration methodology for Land Mobile Radio into the Department’s Statewide Intelligent Transportation Systems Deployment Plan and the State Information Technology Plan. After review of the Plans, the department determined the Project 25 integrated voice and data of the Alaska Land Mobile Radio project offered the best solution for the department’s voice and data communications needs. This Federal, State and Local Government partnership project provided the funding mechanism to deploy the network of repeaters, gateways, zone controllers and switchers necessary to provide seamless radio network. The department next conducted needs assessment to determine the number and type of radios for each Maintenance Station. Following the needs assessment, the department filed application to participate in the Federal Highway Administration Intelligent Transportation Systems Earmarks program. The department, in partnership with Motorola Inc., developed the software to move data in the background and allow computing devices connected to the radio system to use the radio as if it were a modem. The Internet Protocol addresses used by the digital radio system provides for free movement of data to a server data repository.
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