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New communication system to link bi-state emergency services

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A nearly $10 million communication system will link Illinois and Missouri police departments allowing emergency response workers to talk to each other with more ease and create a communication system unlike anything else in the country.

The St. Louis Regional Digital Microwave System, a regionally-based network similar to that which links office computers, consists of 76 tower sites in Madison, Monroe and St. Clair counties, Franklin, Jefferson, St. Charles, and St. Louis counties in Missouri, and the city of St. Louis.

New communication system to link bi-state emergency services - Breaking news - bnd.com
 
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