Arizona County Selects Catalyst Consoles (8/16/13)
Friday, August 16, 2013 | Comments

When lightning in August 2012 destroyed its existing radio dispatch console system, the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office in Kingman, Ariz., replaced it with radio over IP (RoIP) dispatch consoles by Catalyst Communications Technologies. Catalyst local distributor Wecom provided the consoles.

In the county, radio dispatch takes place with 13 main radio channels and numerous backup and secondary channels to Mohave County, an area that covers more than 13,500 square miles. The system provides radio access to each of the local public-safety answering points’ (PSAP’s) police department dispatch channels and all the local fire districts’ channels, as well as state, federal and the Arizona Interagency Radio System (AIRS) channels, designed to provide interoperable communications capability to first responders of police, fire and EMS agencies.

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