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    Default Hello from Raleigh, NC, USA

    Hi, I work supporting statewide police agencies on their public service technology needs. I'm particularly interested in LMR, P25 Public Service, New LTE offerings and digital video technology as it applies to Police operations (body worn, vehicular, DOT, etc...).

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    I'm particularly interested in the integration of digital video infrastructures, as well as inter-operation between systems.

    There have been some interesting advances in machine learning recently that will be dependent upon digital interconnect infrastructures such as those promised by new LTE based offerings. Anyone here working with some of the new LTE systems?

    Thanks, Marc

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    I"m also interested in digital video integration (body worn cameras, vehicular cameras) in the current LMR / P.25 networks and new public service LTE technologies. Anyone working with these?

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    You couldn't have put all these posts together as one? If I recall, this forum doesn't increase your post count...
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    I would have gladly done so, but saw no indication that the first post was actually accepted by the forum. I later saw the notice that as a new moderated user, each post has to be approved by an admin prior to appearing. Unlike the other forums I moderate, I cannot find the control to edit / delete the redundant post.

    Other forums I'm involved with often greet new members with a welcome message or two from members. Thank you for your greeting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrerick View Post

    Other forums I'm involved with often greet new members with a welcome message or two from members.
    Other forums are plastered with ads and are in it for the money. You may notice there aren't any ads here, which means we're doing this for the love of the game. We do the best we can with what we have. I would be lying if I said it doesn't get a little tiring replying to every one-line introduction, especially since the majority of those users never post anything again.

    Welcome to the site, seriously. I look forward to your continued participation!

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    Welcome from down Hwy 70 in Durham!

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    Welcome from another NC resident.
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