Publications

The CJIS GROUP Publications resource contains reports pertaining to technology in the Criminal Justice, Public Safety, Homeland Security, and Health and Human Services communities. Documents are generally gathered through the public domain and include industry trends, agency surveys, technical standards and models, case studies, white papers, and guides.

Titlesort descending Summary Subject Category Date Published
WideBridge Explained

WideBridgeTM is designed to provide public safety first responders with the next evolution in secure, standards-based mission-critical communications leveraging Land Mobile Radio with LTE cellular networks and Smartphones for situational awareness and information sharing to keep communities safe and save lives. WideBridge is a part of the SmartResponderTM solution family.

Communications Interoperability Communications February 2016
WideBridge: Bridging the Gap to Provide Mission-Critical Broadband Services for Public Safety

WideBridge: Bridging the Gap to Provide Mission-Critical Broadband Services for Public Safety

  • End-to-End Secure Communications
  • Certified Data Channel (NSA, NIST FIPS 140-2)
  • Broadband and Legacy CNR Systems Support
Communications Communications February 2016
Wisconsin State Patrol Tests New Path to Radio Interoperability

By the National Institute of Justice - April 2010
The Wisconsin State Patrol, which oversees traffic incidents and state voice and mobile communications networks, has developed a strategy for adopting Project 25 (P25) radio interoperability standards for digital, two-way wireless communications products. WSP ran a four-site pilot program that exposed pitfalls of migrating to P25, namely the varying terminology, settings, and software provided by the manufacturers, and identified ways to improve implementation through collaboration between law enforcement agencies and vendors during product development and installation phases. P25-compliant products enable radios to communicate in analog mode with legacy radios and in either analog or digital mode with other P25 radios. P25 products can be upgraded gradually, as funding and time allow.

Interoperability Communications March 2010

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