Georgia County Selects P25 Phase 2 System from JVCKENWOOD, EF Johnson
Monday, November 12, 2018 | Comments

Fayette County, Georgia, selected JVCKENWOOD to deliver a Project 25 (P25) Phase 2 system for its public-safety agencies. The Fayette County Evaluation Committee, comprised of a cross-functional group of public-safety stakeholders, unanimously selected JVCKENWOOD as its vendor.

“We needed a reliable system to give the county the flexibility to expand over time,” said Steve Rapson, Fayette County manager. “We were impressed with the performance of the ATLAS P25 system in Puerto Rico during Hurricanes Irma and Maria, and we recognized that JVCKENWOOD offers the best communications solution for Fayette County.”

The P25 network includes a 10-site, eight-channel, 800 MHz trunked simulcast and 800 MHz conventional analog simulcast system. Multiple dispatch consoles, an Inter RF Subsystem Interface (ISSI) gateway for interoperability, subscriber units, and system implementation and ongoing maintenance are also included.

“We’re delighted to partner with Fayette County,” said John Suzuki, EFJohnson president and CEO. “With patented ATLAS Latitude technology, the proposed Fayette County system design eliminates the core problems of traditional LMR systems. Leveraging an end-to-end IP distributed architecture, the ATLAS system is the most fault-tolerant simulcast system on the market today.”

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