North Dakota: Burleigh County Approves 9-1-1 Replacement

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The Burleigh County Commission has approved plans to replace its 9-1-1 communications with a system known as “next-gen 9-1-1.” The change would upgrade the system to improve emergency communications in an increasing wireless and mobile society.

Mike Dannenfelzer, communications director for the Bismarck/Burleigh Combined Communications Center, said it’s not known exactly what the new system will cost, but it could be in the neighborhood of $500,000.

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Do you think this will affect the non encrypted channels by bringing them encrypted?
 
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Do you think this will affect the non encrypted channels by bringing them encrypted?
Going to NG911 has nothing to do with the radio system. This simply refers to the method that 9-1-1 trunks are delivered from the TELCO Tandem to the PSAP and the equipment used in the PSAP for answering 9-1-1 calls.
 
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