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By Robert I Desourdis, Peter J Rosamilia, Christopher P Jacobson, James E Sinclair, James R McClure

Addressing a number of misconceptions and misunderstandings approximately communications interoperability that proceed to restrict services within the box, this particular e-book presents a close exam of the topic, targeting using voice, information, and video platforms for public defense and emergency reaction. This useful source makes in-depth suggestions spanning technical, making plans, and procedural methods to supply effective public security reaction functionality. Readers locate insurance of the numerous methods used to accomplish interoperability, together with a synopsis of the allowing applied sciences and structures meant to supply radio interoperability. that includes particular examples national, the ebook takes practitioners from technique to right implementation, utilizing firm structure, structures engineering, and platforms integration making plans.

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10–12. [30] SAFECOM Voice and Data Continuum, p. 3. , pp. 2–4. CHAPTER 2 Pearl Harbor, 9/11, and Katrina: Same Lessons Not Yet Learned The need for true civilian public safety and emergency response interoperability can be deduced from the same reasoning that has driven major national resources into military capabilities to support the warfighter. Many countries have faced ignominious military disasters and insist on not being surprised again. “No more Pearl Harbors” is one expression that not only states this resolve, but largely reflects the investment in all aspects of military capability and sustainability worldwide.

SOPs also determine performance of that architecture, because the SOP artifacts define how the integrated people, processes and tools, and technology will behave predictably in a collaborative environment. The continuum technology ([4c]) category is limited to voice and data communications, whereas our interoperability success planning factors include not only radio communications, but all elements of IT and communications interoperability. This broader technical approach is necessary given the shrinking separation between IT and communications technologies and also since we have adopted, as part of holistic interoperability, the element of “understanding” of information in addition to the “exchange” of that information.

With the Japanese planning acquisition of a southwest Pacific prosperity sphere, the United States moved its Pacific Fleet from San Diego to Pearl Harbor in 1940, and Japanese military leaders felt their plans were threatened. The decision was made to attack Pearl Harbor immediately. 1 Strategic Warning The friction between the United States and Japan was well known by anyone reading the newspapers or listening to the radio in the early 1940s—so most Americans and their leadership knew there was a risk of war.

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