London 2012 Olympics receives £39m Airwave boost

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Extra capacity for emergency services radio system will ensure readiness for Games

Airwave radios will support Olympic policing The Home Office is spending £39m to boost the capacity of the Airwave radio system to enable emergency services to cope with the 2012 Olympics and a m...

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