PSWAC

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PSWACPublic Safety Wireless Advisory Committee
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Weldon said that in assessing the spectrum needs of the public safety community, he had relied on the PSWAC report that estimated it would need 97.5 MHz of additional frequencies by 2010.
The bills also give other entities not directly responsible to the public for public safety--such as, for example, private pipeline companies--the right to use the spectrum which PSWAC says we must rightfully have.
In September of 1996, PSWAC issued its final report and recommendations.
The PSWAC report presented to your administration and the FCC adds to my concern and improves my understanding of how vital action is.
The action in Congress came just as the FCC's Public Safety Wireless Advisory Committee (PSWAC) issued its final report in a public session at the U.S.
On September 16 the Federal Communication Commission's (FCC) Public Safety Wireless Advisory Committee (PSWAC) issued at the U.S.
The high level meeting to determine what action Congress should take before it adjourns next week comes as the Federal Communication Commission's (FCC) Public Safety Wireless Advisory Committee (PSWAC) is also scheduled today to issue its final report in a public session at the U.S.
The PSWAC report is intended to address the "critical responsibilities of public safety agencies, such as protection of life and property." It is to evaluate the public safety telecommunications needs of the nation's state and local governments and how best to meet those needs.
The draft PSWAC report notes that 458 agencies from 12 states were involved in responding to a 1993 fire in Malibu, California, emphasizing the growing importance of ensuring "interoperability," or the need to ensure the ability of public safety agencies to communicate with each other to respond to an earthquake, forest fire, plane crash, flood, or other disaster which triggers a multi-agency effort to save lives.
This docket was created by the FCC as a vehicle to receive and act on the report and recommendations of the Public Safety Wireless Advisory Committee (PSWAC).