Emergency services digital radio rollout sets scorching pace

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Deployment of Airwave devices is two-thirds complete

Firemen's radios will have better coverage Digital radios will be installed in each of Scotland’s 1,200 fire-fighting vehicles and eight regional control centres by the first half of 2010, accord...

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