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Takeaways from DEC radio problems

June 6, 2011
Editorial by the Adirondack Daily Enterprise: Publisher Catherine Moore, Managing Editor Peter Crowley

The state Department of Environmental Conservation set itself up for problems when it started replacing its Ray Brook radio dispatching unit with a $750,000 Radio-Over-Internet-Protocol system without testing it in the Adirondacks. Yes, the system had been tested elsewhere, but the Park requires more DEC radio reliance than other parts of New York, and unusual geography to boot.

 
 

 

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