Chapter 3 Communication and Alarms

  1. Communication
     is the sending, giving or exchanging of information.
  2. Some radios are equipped with a          feature that forces brevity by interrupting transmissions that are longer than the preset duration allowed
    time out
  3. SEC
    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (frequently abbreviated SEC) is a federal agency which holds primary responsibility for enforcing the federal securities laws and regulating the securities industry
  4. comm. center aka?
    PSAP public safety answering point
  5. NFPA 1061
    standard for professional qualifications for public safety telecommunicators
  6. APCO Association of public safety comm. officials
    established minimum training standards
  7. First national emergency number...
    999 introduced in great britain in 1930
  8. nfpa 1221
    standard for location and construction of emegency comm. centers
  9. CAD
    computer aided dispatch
  10. most common method of reporting emergency
  11. NENA
    National Emergency Number Association created in 1982
  12. #15
    C- interviewing
  13. The minimum information needed to process an emergency call includes...
     location and nature of the emergency, the caller’s location and situation, and call back number
  14. 4 elements of comm.
    communicate, recieve, understand, record
  15. encoder
    device that converts entered code into paging codes and activates paging devices
  16. TDD
    telecomm. devices for the deaf
  17. mobile radio
    complete receiver/transmitter that is designed for use in vehicles
  18. base radio
    radio station that contains all antennas,recievers, transmitters to transmit/recieve messages. usually in a station or comm. center
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Chapter 3 Communication and Alarms
Ch. 3 Communications and Alarms