Introduction

  • What are your options for managing your network?
  • What should you be monitoring?
  • How do you prepare for major events?

Managing a P25 network requires significant, up-to-date experience and knowledge, as the complexity of Public Safety networks continues to increase. The primary responsibility for system management rests with the system owner, usually a government agency, assisted by equipment vendors and local technical support providers.

The objective of this guide and its companion volumes is to provide high level information to assist Public Safety professionals responsible for a P25 communications system.

These are not hard and fast rules. These recommendations are based on Tait experience and the informed opinions of industry players who have attended our round-table workshops and shared their best advice, based on hands-on experience working through typical P25 network challenges.

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