Need for Reliability, Demand for Excellence

Public Safety First Responders need reliable communications systems able to survive in virtually all conditions. They need coverage within their jurisdictions, and the ability to communicate across jurisdictions. The bottom line: First Responders need excellent communications to support their missions. Public service workers depend on effective communications systems to link with their supervisors and with their dispatchers to ensure that their unique missions are accomplished as fast and cost effectively as possible.


The Harris P25 system combines the benefits of an IP-based network with industry recognized Project 25 (P25) standards. The result is a single cost-effective IP-based network that is reliable, scalable and secure while providing communications interoperability.

Survivability and Reliability

Disasters happen. And when they do, whether natural or man-made, a mission-critical radio system has to work. Harris communication systems have a proven track record in some of the worst conditions. One example is the Harris built and operated Florida statewide SLERS system that has has been operational throughout the State since 2004 and as a single system since June of 2006, despite 8 hurricanes during the 2004 and 2005 storm seasons. “The SLERS operated seamlessly throughout the storms providing 24×7 operations across 195 towers at that time”


The delivery of optimal coverage starts with a clear requirement defined by a customer. Harris engineers then work to create a system design, verified by high-tech tools and tested in the field, which meets the coverage requirements for our customer’s unique needs.