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Presentation from the FCC meeting about support for a nationwide broadband network

Presentation from the FCC meeting about support for a nationwide broadband network

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  • 1. Interoperability Order and FNPRM Federal Communications Commission Open Meeting January 25, 2011 Roberto Mussenden, Attorney Advisor Brian Hurley, Attorney Advisor Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau
  • 2. Order and Further Notice: Achieving a Nationwide Interoperable Public Safety Broadband Wireless Network• Advances a framework for nationwide interoperable public safety broadband deployment.• Addresses the lack of interoperability cited by the 9/11 Commission as a major national problem.• Builds upon the waivers granted for early deployment of public safety regional networks.• Furthers the goal of developing a state-of-the-art interoperable broadband network for first responders.
  • 3. Order: Adopting a Common Technology• Designates LTE as the broadband platform for the nationwide network.• Recognizes a strong consensus in support of LTE.• An action necessary in this unique case to ensure nationwide interoperability.
  • 4. Order: Enabling Public Safety Interoperability• Stays certain rules premised on mandatory public-private partnership.• Allows the Commission to fully consider its options for advancing public safety broadband interoperability going forward.
  • 5. Further Notice: Proposing an Initial Technical Framework• The network must be nationwide.• The network must be interoperable.• The network must meet public safety communications requirements.
  • 6. Further Notice: Network Operability• The interoperability of public safety broadband networks requires a baseline of operability.• Comment sought on the architecture of the network, security, resiliency, robustness, and on other matters relevant to the operability of public safety broadband networks.
  • 7. Further Notice: Network Availability• Public safety users must have network access, wherever an emergency may arise.• Comment sought on coverage requirements, in-building public safety communications, and related matters.
  • 8. Further Notice: A Framework for Interoperability• The interoperability of public safety broadband networks is the fundamental goal.• Comment sought on network interconnectivity, public safety-to-public safety roaming, priority access and other components of interoperability.• Comment also sought on mechanisms for testing and verification of interoperability for public safety equipment and devices.

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