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• 2014 Scheduled MPSCS User Group Meetings What are we doing right and what could we improve? Do you have technical or billing questions, how is our customer service, and do we communicate the impact of systems upgrades well?

• Radios Approved for use on the MPSCS system as of 3/6/14 PDF icon After evaluation by the Michigan Public Safety Communications staff for compliance with the established MPSCS technical and operational standards, the radios listed below have met those requirements and are eligible for use on the MPSCS by MPSCS members.


• Michigan's Public Safety Communications System (MPSCS) We proudly provide interoperable voice and data communications to over 1400 federal, state, local and private public safety agencies all over the state of Michigan, and integrate with other bordering states and Canada.

• The Basics Behind MPSCS Technology MPSCS is Digital Technology. The use of digital technology allows for clearer and more precise transmissions. Digital transmissions are processed into packets of code by a computer that then regenerates the human voice for a clearer transmission over a greater distance.

• History of MPSCS The implementation process of MPSCS began in 1984 when the Michigan State Police formed a committee to evaluate its 1940's era two-way radio system. The committee consisted of several state departments including State Police, Natural Resources, Transportation, Management and Budget, Military Affairs ...

• 'History of MPSCS' Timeline PDF icon Major Events, Upgrades, Site Additions, Build Out, Organization History

• Brad Stoddard Michigan's Public Safety Communications System, Director


• Michigan Public Safety Communications Interoperability Board The Public Safety Communications Interoperability Board, Michigan's 800 MHz radio system and telecommunications network, provides statewide interoperability in digital clarity to its members throughout the state and adopts procedures governing the organization and operations of the Michigan Public Safety Communications System.

• 2014 Michigan Statewide Interoperable Communications Training Conference


MPSBP LogoMichigan Public Safety Broadband Program The overall initiative is often described as "putting today's broadband wireless technologies in the hands of First Responders." Although many public safety agencies use commercial wireless technologies today, the NPSBN is envisioned to better meet the needs of the Public Safety user.

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