Wyoming County Selects Harris for P25 Phase 2 Network
Monday, April 16, 2018 | Comments

Sublette County, Wyoming, selected Harris to transition its conventional analog communications system to a new Project 25 (P25) Phase 2 digital network that provides increased reliability, coverage, interoperability and functionality.

Harris will provide an end-to-end, five-site, multicast/multiband network, including two geoseparated VIDA converged and integrated service platforms; command center dispatch consoles; Long Term Evolution (LTE)-capable, multiband P25 portable and mobile radios; and the BeOn mobile push-to-talk (PTT) application for integration of narrowband and broadband solutions.

The new P25 network will connect the more than 500 users and first responders working in and around Sublette County and can interoperate with all state agencies and systems within Wyoming, including WyoLink, the statewide P25 Phase 1 network.

“Reliable communications is critical not only because it increases the safety of first responders, but also increases our ability to keep the public safe,” said Sublette County Fire Chief Shad Cooper. “We are very excited to build the most advanced communication network in the state, and look forward to a long partnership with Harris.”

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