National Public Safety Telecommunications Council and TETRA & Critical Communications Association (TCCA) Sign Memorandum of Agreement in Support of Broadband for Public Safety
The National Public Safety Telecommunications Council (NPSTC) and the TETRA & Critical Communications Association (TCCA) announced they have signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) to underscore their joint commitment of the need to develop mission critical public safety communications standards for Long Term Evolution (LTE)-based technology. This agreement will enhance the development of wireless broadband communications which will improve public safety’s service for citizens around the world.
The TETRA and Critical Communications Association (TCCA), (formerly the TETRA Association) is dedicated to the creation of common broadband standards for the users of critical communications worldwide. Through its working group, the Critical Communications Broadband Group (CCBG), created in April 2012, TCCA will focus its work on driving the development and adoption of common global mobile broadband standards and solutions for users who operate in a mission critical or business critical environment.
NPSTC is a federation of public safety organizations whose mission is to improve public safety communications and interoperability through collaborative leadership. NPSTC is a resource and advocate for public safety organizations in the United States on matters relating to public safety telecommunications. NPSTC monitors and studies public policy and submits comments to governmental organizations on behalf of public safety.