FCC Establishes New Inter-Agency Radio Frequencies

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    Amateur Radio Newsline reports...


    The FCC has assigned new radio channels for use by public safety agencies performing inter-agency coordination. For decades, agencies have called upon the Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service to assist with this function.


    As of 2006, this Amateur service may "may be a thing of the past as the Federal Communications Commission acts to create thirty-two radio channels that public safety officials from various agencies nationwide could use to communicate directly."
     
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