Microcontroller-Based Two-Way Radio Interoperabilty System Public Safety Communications

  title={Microcontroller-Based Two-Way Radio Interoperabilty System Public Safety Communications},
  author={Adil Mohammed and Rashid A. Saeed and Ala Eldin Abdallah Awouda},
The need of interoperability in communications is urgent .It affects every level of government as well as citizen trust in government. The problem is that when different first-responder organizations appear at an incident scene, their radios are incompatible, operate over different frequencies and use different techniques [1], [14].The consequences, underscored are uncoordinated responses and a fragmented chain of command that can hinder the ability to save lives, property, and infrastructure… 

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