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Public-Safety Spectrum Issues
Michael McMenamin (Sr. Legal Consultant and Legislative Advisor, The Digital Decision)
Budge Currier (California 911 Adminstrator and SWIC, Cal OES)
Andrew Seybold (CEO & Principal Consultant, Andrew Seybold, Inc.)
Chris Moore (Chief of Police (Ret.) / Principal, Brooks Bawden Moore LLC)
Lt .Col. Tom Sands (Senior Subject Matter Expert, The Digital Decision)
Date: Wednesday, March 23
Time: 10:15 am - 11:30 am
Track: Critical Broadband
Format: Short Course
Vault Recording: TBD
Wireless communications continue to evolve at a mind-numbing pace, but one thing will never change: spectrum always will be the foundation for wireless operations. In the public-safety space, 800 MHz rebanding finally is complete and the T-Band spectrum is no longer being auctioned, but plenty of other issues remain. Panelists will discuss the developing policies surrounding the 4.9 GHz and 6 GHz bands, highlighting their impacts on public safety. New opportunities in CBRS and other bands offer first-response agencies new options to leverage in a variety of different scenarios. Meanwhile, should there be dedicated spectrum for a public-safety direct-mode operations and/or for public-safety Wi-Fi access?