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Mobile emergency radios, such as the one Hubbard County Sheriff Frank Homer is using, must be in compliance with a federal narrowband mandate by 2013. It could cost millions of dollars. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)

Radio conversion will improve communication

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A mind-bogglingly complex and expensive statewide radio conversion, formulated from the ashes of the World Trade Center bombings, was unveiled to Hubbard County Wednesday.

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By 2013, the county's emergency radios will be obsolete and must be replaced under a Federal Communications Commission mandate.

The FCC wants all states to convert to a narrowband infrastructure, one of the recommendations of the 911 Commission formed after the terrorist attacks.

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