Mobile Data Communication System IACP TECHNOLOGY CLEARINGHOUSE Law Enforcement Technology Program Survey Agency Name : North Dakota Highway Patrol Technology P rogram Name : Mobile Data Communication System Contact : David Kleppe Address : 600 E. Boulevard Ave., Dept. 504, Bismarck, ND 58505-0240 P rimary Telephone : 701/328-2455 Alternate Telephone : 701/328-4346 Fax Number : 70/328-1717 E-mail Address : email@example.com Home P age Address : N/A Agency Size : Total Sworn: 132; Total Civilian: 68 Agency Type : State Police Technology P rogram Status : Pilot (Test) Program Mobile Hardware Type and Quantity : MDT: 65 P rinter : N/A How is data transmitted from the Field to the Station?
Wireless (RF) Mobile Data Communication System How is data transmitted from the Station to State and Data Collection Authorities? Wireless (Modem) Funding : State General Fund money Hardware Manufacturers : Laptop - Panasonic Toughbook ; Quantar - Database Station; Motorola - Radio & Tower modems; Motorola - Network Controller Software Manufacturers : Motorola - RNC3000 Software for Radio Network Controller; Premier MDT Server - Message Switch; Software Corporation of America - MDT Mobile Client Software Important Technology Lessons Learned : N/A P rogram Narrative Overview : To meet the increased voice ... more. less.
traffic needs on statewide State Radio-Public Safety Network, the state has set out to procure a pilot Mobile Data communications System. Phase 1 of the system will consist of an infrastructure to support mobile data communications between 65 NDHP vehicles and ten remote sites located in major population centers and/or along major federal highways.<br><br> In addition, software to support selected North Dakota Highway Patrol/ North Dakota Department of Transportation application will be purchased. Phase 1 is intended to put in place the major components that will be expanded in future phases to encompass statewide coverage, additional NDHP vehicles, and new applications which cannot practically be supported by a voice only network. Upon successful completion of Phase 1, Phase 2 and Phase 3 would begin.<br><br> Phase 2 includes the purchase of 33 mobile computers and related equipment. Phase 3 includes purchasing 32 mobile computers and related equipment, plus the beginning replacement of initial mobile computer equipment purchased in Phase 1. <br><br>