Section 1 - Management
|1.5a||Revisions and Changes (PDF)
||Set forth the process by which these standards, protocols and procedures will be revised and / or changed.
|1.7.0||Subscriber Radio Standards (PDF)
||Set minimum technical and performance standards for subscriber radios allowed to operate on the Allied Radio Matrix for Emergency Response (ARMER). To establish a policy avoiding premature obsolescence of subscriber radios. To establish procedures for the Statewide Radio Board to measure, test, certify and publish a list of subscriber radios which are approved for use on the system.
|1.8.1||Bi-Directional Amplifier Systems (PDF)
||Establish the procedure for approval of installations of bi-directional amplifier systems (BDAs) to the regional public safety radio system.
|1.10.1||Requesting Full Participation (PDF)
||Establish a procedure for an eligible entity, such as a county, a city, an EMS provider, or a special purpose governmental agency to apply for full participation in the region-wide 800 MHz digital trunked public safety radio system.
||Configuration Approval (PDF)
||Establish a procedure for obtaining approval of the technical design configuration developed by an entity requesting full participation in the region-wide 800 MHz digital trunked system.
|1.10.3||Requesting Limited Participation (PDF)
||Establish a procedure for requesting limited participation in the regional 800 MHz digital trunked radio system.
|1.11.4||Training 800 MHz Radio Users (PDF)
||Establish the minimum training standards for radio operators.
|1.11.5||Training Non-Participating Radio Users (PDF)
||Establish the minimum training standards for radio operators having access to interop channels of this system.
|1.14.0||Application for Membership or Participation (PDF)
||Establish policies and procedures for application for participation in the Board.
|1.15.0||Prioritization of CCGW Port Utilization (PDF)
||Establish prioritization for use of CCGW (Conventional Channel Gateway) ports on the ARMER system