Wide Area Land Mobile Radio Coverage. Interoperability.    24/7 Live Support.         Committed to Service. Dedicated to Safety.

We are excited to announce the first LA-RICS sub-system, the "Narrowband Mobile Data Network" (NMDN), successfully went live last Thursday, and we cutover users to the system!! NMDN is now being used by the Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACoFD) #LARICS

LA-RICS thanks the state of CA, and Assemblyman Tom Lackey w/ Senator Maria Elena Durazo, for providing $18.6 million to our project. Your support will help us complete a radio system that will cover 4,000+sq miles w/58 sites. We are currently in testing/optimization! #LARICS

Two LA-RICS radio testers testing radios. And once again, everything works beautifully, meaning we are one step closer to going live! But with so many successful tests under our belt, is that even a surprise at this point? #LARICS #UniversalCity #WeMakeThisLookEasy

It takes a little extra planning and a little extra effort, but we do what we can to keep California air easy to breathe. Clean radio waves with clean solar power. It ain’t easy, but we love being green. #KermitTheFrogJoke #WeHaveBackupGeneratorsForCloudyDays #LARICS

It gets a little cold up on those mountains. But rain or shine, we’ll keep plugging away, putting up those towers and bringing LA County the most reliable and far-reaching public safety radio communications it’s ever seen. #LARICS #TractorsInTheMist #ItsJustALittleWeather

LA-RICS Newsletter - On The Brink - https://t.co/WjdA5DGXP4

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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