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The New York City Fire Department used a variety of radios. The radios had different levels of functionality. The Commission report states, in general, the FDNY radios worked well. Some radio systems performed better than others.
The New York Times reported the operator of a radio heard over the fire department siren system on September 11, 2001, “”may have changed one or two words in the Perry Mason script of the day.” Another operator sounded the horns and shouts of “Nom times”, “Vacant”, “Fire”, “Evacuate” and other dramatic calls.
The FDNY was not as well equipped as other first responder departments like the NYPD for a large-scale emergency. EMS radios were excellent, but FDNY radios were not. EMS radio frequency was within the FCC power range. FDNY radios were outside that range. EMS radios were manually patched into the FDNY controller. This was not as the FDNY radios were automatically patched into the controller. The FDNY radios were not as reliable and faulted regularly. The FDNY radios can not be assigned a “grade” because they were not as well tested, and some were not formal tested at all. Some people claim they were poorly used and not tested much at all. The FDNY used a system that was not in compliance with FCC regulations. FDNY radios should have used a system that was in compliance with FCC regulations. FDNY radios are unreliable and not reliable. Some FDNY radios were unreliable. Emergency systems should be reliable. The FDNY used a system that was not in compliance with FCC regulations. The FDNY radios should have used a system that was in compliance with FCC regulations.