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Wednesday, August 19, 2009

NLECTC Communications Technologies Center of Excellence Announces a September 15th Webinar on Alternative Power for Remote Communications Sites

The NLECTC Communications Technologies Center of Excellence will be hosting a webinar on Alternative Power for Remote Communications Sites on Tuesday, September 15th at 1:30 PM EDT. Program Manager Ed Vea, who will be joined by Center Director, Rick Mulvihill, will present a primer on the uses, applications, and dimensioning of alternative power at remote sites that might otherwise be difficult or costly to provide with fixed power. Depending on the amount of power required, sites can rely solely on alternative power for their operations, or an alternative energy/traditional generator solution. Join the Center of Excellence to learn about the tools and methods used to design such sites, review power sources, applications and basic system design to determine which power source may be best for your site.

The NLECTC Communications Technologies Center of Excellence will be hosting a series of webinars over the next year, occurring approximately every eight weeks. You can register for the Alternative Power for Remote Communications Sites webinar by clicking on this link: www.livemeeting.com/lrs/8001859620/Registration.aspx?PageName=26gs4vcp5mwj7bdr

About the Communications Technologies Center of Excellence
The U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs’ National Institute of Justice (NIJ) established the NLECTC Communications Technologies Center of Excellence in October 2007 to serve as a specialized technology resource for the 19,000+ State, local, and tribal law enforcement and corrections agencies across the U.S. To learn more about the Center of Excellence go to www.commtechcoe.org.

This project is supported by Award No. 2007-IJ-CX-K013 and Supplement one awarded by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs’ National Institute of Justice. The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this webinar are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the U.S. Department of Justice.

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