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The benefits of highly interoperable SDR technology in public safety, especially for first responders, will be a key driver in enhancing the whole industry. When there’s an emergency, different departments—such as fire, paramedics, and police responders—need to communicate efficiently and quickly, but presently cannot do so because they use devices operating on different frequencies. With SDR, a single piece of hardware could receive on one band (e.g., fire) and rebroadcast that same message on another band (e.g., paramedics), effectively enabling communications between different devices.
Victor WollesenHomeland Security