20 Most Popular Stories from 2013 (12/9/13)
Monday, December 09, 2013 | Comments

A wide range of topics comprised the list of most clicked on news items from the MissionCritical Communications website this year. The First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) and Motorola Solutions allegations, Project 25 (P25), Sprint news and ham disaster work took the top five spots.

Popular topics covered throughout the year included FirstNet information, P25 work, other digital technologies updates and FCC rules. The top 20 online stories from 2013 were:

1. Motorola Responds to FirstNet Allegations

2. Sen. Rockefeller Scolds Motorola Solutions on FirstNet Allegations

3. E-Book Provides In-Depth Look at Project 25

4. Sprint Focuses on Transition from iDEN to New PTT Network

5. Hams Fill Communications Gaps during Colorado Floods

6. The Effects of Non-P25 Digital Systems on Interoperability

7. 6 Vendors Program and Test Software Compatibility in P25 Radios

8. Motorola Solutions Announces Changes to Service Organizations

9. Georgia Agencies Use NXDN Technology for Public-Safety

10. Lawsuit Over Fitzgerald's FirstNet Emails Surfaces

11. FCC Allows Vehicular Repeaters at 173 MHz, Requests Comment

12. Work Begins on Standardized Radio Programming For Interoperability

13. FCC Adopts New Rules for Consumer, Industrial Signal Boosters

14. DHS Announces $1.5B in FY 2013 Preparedness Grant Allocations

15. FirstNet Investigation to Transfer to Inspector General from Board Committee

16. Mississippi LTE Network at Impasse with FirstNet

17. FCC Scolds Frequency Coordinators in 800 MHz Ruling

18. FCC Considers Options for Non-Narrowbanded VHF, UHF Licensees

19. FirstNet Releases Report Investigating Openness and Transparency Allegations

20. FirstNet Outlines 5 Key Criteria for Broadband R&D Investment

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