Los Angeles Regional Interoperable Communications System is a modern network dedicated to keeping you safe

We're proud to have participated in #JamX17 alongside nearly 100 public safety and private organizations @dhsscitech https://t.co/oUXYAdDzi8

Want more info about #JamX17 and the week we spent testing counter-jamming #tech? Here you go: https://t.co/FSZSTioRkq.

#JamX17 is nearly over! #Bythenumbers: 52 test hours over 5 days. 293 participants from 100+ orgs. Helping #firstresponders? #Priceless

We’re at halfway point of #JamX17 at @INL! Here, #firstresponders work w/ comms tools + discuss tactics to mitigate jamming threats. (1/2)

Don't miss this July 2017 issue of Mission Critical magazine, special attention page 62...

We’ll tweet all week from @INL as we assess tech/tactics to help #responders identify, mitigate electronic jamming threats #JamX17 (2/2)

The Problem

Safety agencies for 88 cities and unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County are currently using a patchwork of 40 aging radio networks and the same commercial broadband services used by millions of LA area residents. That means they can’t readily talk to each other, creating communications delays that waste time and imperil lives.

The Solution

Two state-of-the-art networks dedicated for use by emergency responders.

Land Mobile Radio

Public Saftey Broadband Network

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