NIJ Requests Applications for Public Safety Technology (10/30)
Monday, October 30, 2006 | Comments

The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) is seeking applications to research, develop, and evaluate emerging communications technology solutions for public safety agencies. Specific areas of interest include: 

 

¥ Multiband radio technologies and associated operational issues, including software-defined radio (SDR) and hardware radios. 

 

¥ Cognitive radio technologies. 

 

¥ Locator technologies with real-time updates (indoor and outdoor). 

 

¥ Non-terrestrial technologies (i.e., satellite and airborne). 

 

¥ Alternative technologies for interconnection of repeater sites. 

 

¥ Multiband radio antenna.  

 

¥ Mobile hybrid technology for wireless broadband data.  

 

¥ VoIP telephony issues such as location information and monitoring. 

 

Interested companies must register with Grants.gov. The due date for applying for funding under this announcement is Nov. 27.


 
 
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