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The objectives of the Oregon COMU Qualification Program are as follows:
The Oregon State Interoperability Executive Council, recognizing the critical nature of air-to-ground communications between air and ground based emergency medical services (EMS) and firefighting units, has designated the National Public Safety Mutual Channel VMED29 (155.3475) as the default statewide air-to-ground channel for EMS communications in the VHF spectrum. While it is not required that agencies adopt VMED29 as their default air-to-ground channel for EMS operations, the SIEC highly recommends that the channel is programmed in all public safety radios. To assist agencies in adopting this frequency for this purpose, the Statewide Interoperability Program has obtained a statewide mobile license for the frequency and intends to allow agencies to operate under it. Please see the VMED29 Guidelines for detailed information about the frequency, it's intended use, and the procedures for requesting use of the state's license.
For more information about standards, please contact the Oregon Statewide Interoperability Coordinator.
COMU Program Documentation
COML Task Book
COMT Task Book
ITSL Task Book (Updated 10/25/22)
INCM Task Book
INTD Task Book
AUXC Task Book (Updated 02/17/22)
RADO Task Book
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