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Milestones:Two-Way Police Radio Communication, 1933
Abstract In 1933, the police department in Bayonne,
In 1933, the police department in Bayonne, New Jersey initiated regular two-way communications with its patrol cars, a major advance over previous one-way systems. The very high frequency system developed by radio engineer Frank A. Gunther and station operator Vincent J. Doyle placed transmitters in patrol cars to enable patrolmen to communicate with headquarters and other cars instead of just receiving calls. Two-way police radio became standard throughout the country following the success of the Bayonne system.
llowing the success of the Bayonne system.  +
Date Dedicated May 1, 1987  +
Dedication 10  +
Description 26th Street and Avenue C, Bayonne, New Jer
26th Street and Avenue C, Bayonne, New Jersey, U.S.A. Dedication: May 1987 - IEEE North Jersey Section. In 1933, the police department in Bayonne, New Jersey initiated regular two-way communications with its patrol cars, a major advance over previous one-way systems. The very high frequency system developed by radio engineer Frank A. Gunther and station operator Vincent J. Doyle placed transmitters in patrol cars to enable patrolmen to communicate with headquarters and other cars instead of just receiving calls. Two-way police radio became standard throughout the country following the success of the Bayonne system.
llowing the success of the Bayonne system.  +
IEEE section North Jersey  +
Location Bayonne, NJ, U.S.A.  +
Region number 1  +
Special citation false  +
StartYear 1933  +
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