ANNAPOLIS — Maryland’s first responders are getting a boost in their wireless communications with the addition of new, purpose-built FirstNet cell sites and other network enhancements statewide.
The new infrastructure is a part of the FirstNet network expansion taking place across the state, bringing increased coverage, capacity and capabilities for public safety.
“I am excited to see FirstNet expanding coverage and tower sites in the state of Maryland,” said Pete Landon, director of Maryland Governor’s Office of Homeland Security…
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