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Discuss how initiatives like the Dynamic Open Architecture Radio System (DOARS) Project and the National Task Force on Interoperability (NTFI) are paving the way for more efficient and effective communication among law enforcement agencies. Explain how systems like DOARS would benefit a local law enforcement agency during a time of great danger to public safety, such as finding suspected anthrax spores in a New York subway terminal. 3-4 paragraphs. Please include your references.

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The Dynamic Open Architecture Radio System (DOARS) Project, funded by the National Institute of Justice (NIJ), is a partnership between the National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center (NLECTC)-Southeast and the Space and Naval Warfare (SPAWAR) Systems Center, Charleston, South Carolina to advance research and development of software radio technology for use by public safety agencies to enhance interoperable communications. The DOARS radio is a wireless communications device that performs all signaling processing in portable application level software.

DOARS provides wireless communications interoperability by means of software programmability and configuration to arbitrarily connect or "bridge" incompatible radio systems. DOARS connects the disparate systems by emulating each radio's functionality in ...

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Discuss how initiatives like the Dynamic Open Architecture Radio System (DOARS) Project and the National Task Force on Interoperability (NTFI) are paving the way for more efficient and effective communication among law enforcement agencies.

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