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New emergency communications system for Los Angeles.
America’s largest emergency data communications system passed its first key test at the 2016 Tournament of Roses Parade on New Year’s Day in Pasadena, California.

Mr Pat Mallon, Executive Director of the Los Angeles Regional Interoperable Communications System (LA-RICS) commented “For the first time local, state and federal emergency services agencies shared voice and data communications directly with each other, and the system functioned flawlessly.” The LA-RICS project is one of five national early deployment efforts in support of the FirstNet Public Safety Broadband Network.

The LA-RICS system brings together multiple vendors who contributed to the successful launch, these included, Motorola Solutions Inc.; BlackHawk Imaging; Sonim Technology; Intrepid Networks; ESChat by SLA Corporation; NVIS Communications; Barrett Communications; Star Solutions International Inc.; Pepro LLC.; Cannon Cameras; Airship; Airwave Communications; and Milestone Video Management Systems.

The fallback network for the LA-RICS system was the Tactical Communications Unit (TCU) which was the combined knowledge of NVIS Communications, Barrett Communications, Star Solutions and Pepro LLC. The TCU provides a fallback network node for short, medium and long distance communication reach and cross service reach for voice and data, in the event of a natural or manmade disaster.

The self contained TCU is highly mobile and can be set up and operated by a single person. The EMP hardened shelter encloses the TCU and the unit is self powered with a 4 day capacity diesel generator together with solar panels and backup batteries. The TCU has the short network capacity for 1,000 registered handsets and 100 co-current sessions. The medium and long range network incorporates P25, cellular, UHF, VHF connections and the ability to operate two simultaneous independent HF networks.

“The TCU has been developed as a real solution for back up voice and data communications. We are seeing more and more government organisation identifying the need for a system that is highly mobile and quick and easy to setup in the back ground to maintain communications in the event of a disaster, it’s the safety net to FirstNet.” Mr John Rosica, President of NVIS Communications, the Barrett Communications system integrator in the United States said.

The TCU will be on display at the International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) in Las Vegas on the 23rd and 24th March 2016. Visit stand 549 for further information on this system and its capabilities.

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LA County has an amount of Barrett 2050 HF radios and they are real pieces of crap. If you are anywhere within a few miles of an AM broadcast transmitter the receiver gets blitzed and the radio is completely unusable. I hope they junk the Barrett radios in the TCUs and get something else. I also hope they are not using the stupid NIVS antennas that look like a four hamstick whips sticking sideways out of a tuner at the top of a mast. LA County should junk those also.
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I just saw one of those goofy NVIS antennas out on the B2V race course. I think it was at Checkpoint 7 and had some sort of commercially made ALE transceiver connected to it.

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