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Broken Arrow Communications Regional Network
Here you will find a general overview of the Broken Arrow Communications Regional Network.
The Broken Arrow Communications Regional Network is an 800 MHz multi-site communications network that is comprised of the joint partnerships between the city of Broken Arrow, city of Bixby, city of Glenpool, city of Jenks and Wagoner County. The system consists of four Harris EDACS radio sites, four P25 radio sites and four OpenSky radio sites. All users can communicate with each other due to the VIDA platform utilizing IP technology—regardless of which Harris platform they currently operate on. The system also has the Harris NetworkFirst IP technology which allows users the ability to communicate directly with other radio systems—UHF, VHF, and 700/800 MHz—not directly on the Broken Arrow Communications Regional Network. The Regional Network will soon have in place ISSI to directly connect to the Oklahoma Wireless Information Network at the IP level allowing direct communications at the user-level and the system-level.
Last Update October 2011
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